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The main authors of iPerf3 are (in alphabetical order): Jon Dugan, Seth Elliott, Bruce A. Mah, Jeff Poskanzer, Kaustubh Prabhu. Additional code contributions have come from (also in alphabetical order): Mark Ashley, Aaron Brown, Aeneas Jaißle, Susant Sahani, Bruce Simpson, Brian Tierney.
iPerf3 contains some original code from iPerf2. The authors of iPerf2 are (in alphabetical order): Jon Dugan, John Estabrook, Jim Ferbuson, Andrew Gallatin, Mark Gates, Kevin Gibbs, Stephen Hemminger, Nathan Jones, Feng Qin, Gerrit Renker, Ajay Tirumala, Alex Warshavsky.
Acknowledgements for iPerf1: Thanks to Mark Gates (NLANR), Alex Warshavsky (NLANR) and Justin Pietsch (University of Washington) who were responsible for the 1.1.x releases of Iperf. For iPerf 1.7, we would like to thank Bill Cerveny (Internet2), Micheal Lambert (PSC), Dale Finkelson (UNL) and Matthew Zekauskas (Internet2) for help in getting access to IPv6 networks / machines. Special thanks to Matthew Zekauskas (Internet2) for helping out in the FreeBSD implementation. Also, thanks to Kraemer Oliver (Sony) for providing an independent implementation of IPv6 version of Iperf, which provided a useful comparison for testing our features.
Thanks to ESnet for re-rolling iperf from the ground up. iPerf3 is a killer piece of software.
Thanks to for hosting iPerf.fr.