TeraFlow participated at the "Evolving and Revitalizing the Internet" side-meeting co-located within the IETF-111. 

The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is a large open international community of network designers, operators, vendors, and researchers concerned with the evolution of Internet architecture and the smooth operation of the Internet.

IETF participants occasionally organize side meetings to discuss topics of interest to some portion of the IETF community. In this case, Adrian Farrel from Old Dog Consulting and a member of TeraFlow Consortium hosted and moderated the 90-minute meeting. 


  1. Introduction and opening remarks
  2. The Extensible Internet (EI)
    Scott Shenker (Berkeley)
    Related paper HERE
  3. Routing in an Interplanetary Internet
    Scott Burleigh (
    Related paper HERE
  4. Algebraic Analysis and Design of Vectoring Protocols
    João Sobrinho (University of Lisbon)
    Related paper HERE  
  5. Open discussion on "Routing research challenges arising from evolving beyond and revitalizing the Internet"