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SCION Five Years Later: Revisiting Scalability, Control, and Isolation on Next-Generation Networks

@article{Barrera2015SCIONFY,
  title={SCION Five Years Later: Revisiting Scalability, Control, and Isolation on Next-Generation Networks},
  author={D. Barrera and Raphael M. Reischuk and Pawel Szalachowski and A. Perrig},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1508.01651}
}
  • D. Barrera, Raphael M. Reischuk, +1 author A. Perrig
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • The SCION (Scalability, Control, and Isolation on Next-generation Networks) inter-domain network architecture was proposed to address the availability, scalability, and security shortcomings of the current Internet. This paper presents a retrospective of the SCION goals and design decisions, its attacker model and limitations, and research highlights of work conducted in the 5 years following SCION's initial publication. 
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