Digital Communications

Our current internet architecture was conceived for the 1980s. It's time for an upgrade

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) enables the internet's over 70,000 different networks to talk to each other. Image: Shutterstock

Giacomo Giuliari

PhD candidate, ETH Zurich

Joel Wanner

PhD candidate, ETH Zurich

Markus Legner

Postdoctoral Researcher, ETH Zurich

David Basin

Professor of Information Security, ETH Zurich

Peter Müller

Professor of Programming Methodology, ETH Zurich

Adrian Perrig

Professor of Network Security, ETH Zurich

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