WHAT IS RINA?
Recursive InterNetwork Architecture
RINA is a new computer network architecture, that solves current Internet issues and answers to the requirements of emerging applications and networks.
Internet: In the IoT sector alone, 14.6 billion devices will be connected by 2022. How will I connect so many devices?
RINA: My structure scales indefinitely. With me, there won’t be any router table size explosion.
Internet: How do I cope with VPN, SDN, NFV, microservices, cloud, IoT…?
RINA: From my back-to-basics approach, I resulted in a common structure with a single recursive layer. VPN is part of my architecture (no tunnels needed). And I naturally support SDN and NFV.
Internet: How can I protect individuals, companies or States from cyber attacks?
RINA: My architecture is inherently secure. Firewalls, session border controllers and intrusion systems are not needed.
Internet: How can I answer today’s ever-changing and ever-growing technological needs (Internet video, VR/AR…)?
RINA: I provide far lower routing overheads.
Internet: If a doctor does a telesurgery, how can I guarantee him that the guy next door watching Netflix won’t damage his connectivity?
RINA: You can implement QoS mechanisms within my architecture, not just ‘best effort’.
Companies: How can we reduce the costs?
RINA: With me, only the minimal ‘necessary and sufficient’ amount of functionality is needed.