One of IIJ's goals is to contribute to the development of the Internet, and one way our lab does this is through its involvement in standardizing new protocols. For years, we have been helping to develop more complete specifications.
Our work involves discussing new protocol specifications, implementing those specifications, and testing interoperability with other implementations.
Since 2013, I have participated in the standardization of HTTP/2 and TLS 1.3. Over the last two and a half years,
I have been involved in the standardization of QUIC and HTTP/3, which are closely related to these two protocols. In this report, I explain how I implemented QUIC and HTTP/3.