The Interconnection Measurement Project provides research into a core component of the Internet, utilizing a common measurement platform to enable aggregation and extensibility. The ISPs currently in our data set serve roughly half of all US residential broadband subscribers, but our goal is to extend this research to include additional participants. Participation from transit and content (or ‘edge’) providers is encouraged as well as other ISPs, to better understand the end-to-end flow of data across the Internet.

Who Can Contribute

ISPs, transit providers, and content or edge providers are encouraged to get in touch. Participants in the Interconnection Measurement Project must be willing to install and operate the common platform from Deepfield and contribute data for future publication.

How to Contribute

Get in touch with the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University.

Nick Feamster
(609) 258-2203
feamster@CS.Princeton.EDU