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Many people thought voice couldn't be carried over a packet switched network.
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Bob Hinden is the co-inventor of IPv6.
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Every time you attach something to an email, you use MIME.
Certifications in networking really started with the CCIE.
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BABEL is a lightweight protocol designed to support ad-hoc networks.
The early Internet was not only about designing transport protocols, developing control planes, and understanding how to build faster physical transports. ...
Sue Hares, cochair of the IDR and I2RS working groups in the IETF, joins Donald Sharp and Russ White to talk about the origins of one of the first open source ...
Attempts to create a suite of protocols that made nation-state surveillance existed right from the very beginning of the Internet.
Bill Yeager developed the routing code for the PDP11 which ultimately formed the basis for Cisco IOS.
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QUIC is a new transport protocol designed with many of the same features as TCP, but running over UDP.
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