Complex network


The Complex Computer Network: Internet

The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is an external gateway protocol (EGP) used on the Internet, primarily for exchanging routing and network accessibility information routing and network reachability information (called prefixes) between autonomous systems (AS). Since it travels over TCP, it is considered to be part of the application layer of the OSI the application layer of the OSI model.

  • Advanced network
  • Anti DDoS 1.3Tbps
  • Transit
  • Peering

We believe that it is important to maximize the extension of the Internet in disadvantaged countries countries so that everyone can access information.

"The Internet will be to the 21st century economy what gasoline was to the 20th century. Computer power is the essence of the internet."

- Craig Barrett, CEO of Intel Corporation

Birth of the Internet

The Advanced Research Projects Network (ARPANet) was created by the US Department of Defense. Department of Defense. It was the first generation of communication networks that facilitated data transfers between computers. Its first transmission took place on October 29, 1969. The Internet was not the first born of this generation; it was a consequence of the ARPANet. Four connected computers, all on telephone on telephone lines, were exchanging information. The Transmission Control Protocol protocol (TCP/IP) was designed by Robert Kahn and Vinton Cerf in 1983 in and Vinton Cerf in 1983 as an international standard network protocol. The first e-mail was sent in 1971, and more and more computers have been connected to the to the Internet since then. The standardization of information sharing solutions facilitates global data transfer. This trend has been stimulated by the gradual integration of personal computers into everyday life.


In 1998, the U.S. government decided to turn over the management of the DNS to a non-profit corporation based in America, which led to the formation of ICANN in the same year. ICANN the same year. The Internet community then proceeded to transfer IANA's oversight role to IANA's oversight role in October 2016.

These organizations have a crucial role in the management and supervision of IP ADDRESSES, protocol numbers and top-level domain names, as well as in the the the healthy and stable growth of the Internet. The RIPE NCC (Network Information (Environmental Protection Information Network) is one of the five regional regional centers coordination centers, responsible for the distribution of IP and AS resources resources for Europe, the Middle East and Eastern Africa.

In summary, the Internet is a complex computer network that has evolved over time to become one of the most important means of transmitting information in the world. Through protocols such as BGP and organizations such as ICANN, IANA and RIPE NCC, the such as ICANN, IANA and RIPE NCC, the Internet can be efficiently managed and ensure stable stable operation for users around the world.


Together, let's build a better Internet.