Podcast: Next Generation Internet (NGI) Architects
A new podcast is published that puts a spotlight on NGI Architects and digital business development.
If you want to listen to the podcast, you can access it freely by clicking here.
About the podcast
The podcast is dedicated to the European Next Generation Internet Program (NGI). The NGI Program works towards building a European initiative for a Human Internet that respects the fundamental values of privacy, participation and diversity. The Next Generation Internet offers new functionalities to support people’s needs and to address global sustainability challenges.
In the podcast, you can listen to experts discussing the emerging technologies and methods for building a Human Internet.
Hosts and guests of the podcast
Hosts on the podcast include three prominent ambassadors of the NGI community: Mirko Presser, Associate Professor & Researcher Aarhus University, Manuel Noya, Entrepreneur & CEO Linknovate, and Mirko Ross, IoT & Cybersecurity Thought Leader.
Guests on the podcast are European Open-Source Developers, Researchers, Internet and Privacy advocates. New subjects and expert guests will appear in each of the podcast episodes.
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Ep. 2 NGI Architects: The SCION Project
Listen to Episode 2 of Season 1, by clicking here.
In this second episode we are talking about the SCION project in general and their specific contribution to the European Next Generation Internet (NGI) program.
SCION is an Internet Architecture designed to provide route control, failure isolation, and explicit trust information for end-to-end communication on next-generation networks.
The SCION project is redefining the world of inter-domain routing, providing an architecture that naturally prevents attacks and provides a high level of availability, scalability, path control, and fault isolation. But how does this work and what is needed to start with SCION? The SCION experts Adrian and Peter will explain the concept of SCION and provide a future outlook.
Adrian Perrig, Professor of Computer Science ETH Zürich
Peter Mueller, Professor of Computer Science ETH Zürich
Release date: July 6, 2021