Internet co-founder gets $12M more for “flow-based” router | VentureBeat

Larry Roberts, credited for co-founding the Internet (as developer of the early ArpaNet), has raised $12 million more in financing for his latest networking company, Anagran.

Roberts is swinging for the fences again, saying he has devised a new “flow-based” networking to get around the limitations of today’s Internet packet technology — something he says is needed for today’s massive transmission of of video, voice and wireless communication.