Visible to the public Poster: rQUIC - integrating FEC with QUIC for robust wireless communications

TitlePoster: rQUIC - integrating FEC with QUIC for robust wireless communications
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsGarrido, Pablo, Sanchez, Isabel, Ferlin, Simone, Aguero, Ramon, Alay, Ozgu
Conference Name2019 IFIP Networking Conference (IFIP Networking)
Date Publishedmay
ISBN Number978-3-903176-16-4
Keywordscomposability, computer network security, connection establishment reduction, cryptography, default end-to-end encryption, delays, Error analysis, European Tier1-ISP, experimental transport protocol, FEC, forward error correction, HTTP based applications, Internet, Internet traffic, Metrics, multiplexed transport protocol, Propagation losses, pubcrawl, QUIC, quick UDP Internet connections, radio networks, resilience, Resiliency, robust wireless communications, rQUIC, secure transport protocol, security standards, Servers, Standards, telecommunication traffic, transport layer, transport protocols, Wireless communication

Quick UDP Internet Connections (QUIC) is an experimental transport protocol designed to primarily reduce connection establishment and transport latency, as well as to improve security standards with default end-to-end encryption in HTTPbased applications. QUIC is a multiplexed and secure transport protocol fostered by Google and its design emerged from the urgent need of innovation in the transport layer, mainly due to difficulties extending TCP and deploying new protocols. While still under standardisation, a non-negligble fraction of the Internet's traffic, more than 7% of a European Tier1-ISP, is already running over QUIC and it constitutes more than 30% of Google's egress traffic [1].

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