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Paper on IRATI’s prototyping efforts published at IEEE Network

We are very happy to announce that a paper on the RINA prototyping we are researching and implementing has been published on the March 2014 issue of the IEEE Network Journal! The paper can be accessed by members of IEEE from … Continue reading

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i2CAT and DANA presence at the Future Internet Assembly

i2CAT will have a strong presence in this year’s Future Internet Assembly which will take place in Athens  between the 17th and 20th of March. Several members of the DANA team will participate in a number of workshops that tackle … Continue reading

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RINA Workshop @ Dublin and PRISTINE kick-off

Last week was without doubt one of the most important ones for the RINA community: for the second time all of us met to discuss, share ideas, present results and initiate new collaborations at the RINA workshop in Dublin. It … Continue reading

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Welcome to PRISTINE: the RINA family is growing!

With the start of the new year we’re very happy to announce that a new funded FP7 project is joining the RINA family: ICT PRISTINE. PRISTINE will use RINA to develop practical, demonstrable, and commercially exploitable solutions to the market segments of … Continue reading

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Welcome to the IRINA project: RINA in the NREN and GEANT environment

We are very happy to announce that there is a new research initiative in the RINA family: the IRINA project. IRINA (Investigating RINA as the next generation NREN and GEANT architecture), is one of the winners of the GEANT3+ first open call. More … Continue reading

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IRATI kickoff and RINA workshop

After some weeks of preparation finally the date for the project kick-off arrived! The meeting run smoothly and there was a good atmosphere among the project partners. The project goals are ambitious and the schedule is tight, but that’s the … Continue reading

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The shim DIF, or how to overlay RINA on top of everything

One of the main concerns for deploying any new technological innovation is how easily it can coexist with the existing technology base. In networking, the painful migration process of IPv4 to IPv6 is a great example of this issue. In … Continue reading

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Latest RINA news: Global Future Internet Week in Seoul, CAMAD conference and PhD Forum in Barcelona

On the 12th of September, Eduard Grasa was in the 7th International Conference on Future Internet Technologies (CFI) that took place in Seoul, Korea during the Global Future Internet Week (GFIW). The goal of the CFI conference is to foster … Continue reading

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Computer networks are not like the PSTN.. stop thinking about devices, think about processes!

In this post I would like to briefly discuss about an assumption that is deeply buried in a lot of people’s minds when they think about computer networks: we tend to think about a computer network as a networks of … Continue reading

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Application discovery in RINA networks

While in the current Internet architecture two applications that are able to discover each other are always assumed to be accessible through the same layer, this is not the case in the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (RINA) networks. Although for two … Continue reading

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