John Day, in this interview by Richard Bennett of High Tech Forum, lays out the elements of RINA at a high level, discussees the nature of the RINA transition, and assesses the state of three large-scale RINA trials in Europe.
Diego Lopez, in this post at the Telefonica "Think Big" blog (in spanish), explains that the current Internet has reached a size that has exceeded the expectations of its original designers by orders of magnitued. In order to reach this size many patches have been "organically" incorporated into the architecture, making it more complex, hard to manage and very prone to failures. RINA could be the solution to provide scalability to the next generation Internet.
Martin Geddes, a renowned expert on the telecommunications and distributed computing performance business, characterized RINA as "nuclear networking" compared to conventional TCP/IP networks. Mr. Geddes, who participated in the first international RINA workshop, shared his takeaways of the event in this blog post.
Matthew Finnie, CTO of Interoute, told to Computing that the Internet is no longer fit for purpose, and that IP is no longer an ideal way to consume the content and services provided through it. A potential solution that holds promise is to rebuild the Internet using RINA. The whole article is avilable via the Computing website.