NOIA Network has created a decentralized network that uses the Distributed Autonomous Routing Protocol (DARP) that measures the One-Way Latency (OWL) between a full-mesh of network-attached devices. Enabling a whole new level of network-path optimization and encryption.
This is the latest endeavor of William B.Norton Co-Founder and Chief Technical Liaison for NOIA Network. Most know him as Co-Founder and Chief Technical Liaison Equinix, or as DrPeering - author of "The Internet Peering Playbook: Connecting to the Core of the Internet." Some may remember him as the first chairman of NANOG (1995-1998).
Recently Bill Norton released his much-anticipated article on DARP, thoroughly explaining how it works, its use cases, and why it is a logical next step for the Internet as a whole.
A Distributed Autonomous Routing Protocol (DARP) measures the One-Way Latency (OWL) between a full-mesh of network-attached devices. This endows every node with the ability to determine if it is faster to send its traffic directly to a destination, or through an intermediary node that has a measured better network path to the destination.
The DARP protocol provides data feeds for a few initial distributed application use cases. Such as
- Network Visibility
- SRv6 Network
- AI/Machine Learning applied to big data
- Utopia - A Privacy-by-Default Internet
- IoT Exchange Point
These are going to be the most common use-cases of applications in near future.
If you want to read details of this amazing technology…the link is below:
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