John Day presents RINA at ITU-T FG NET-2030 First Workshop

  • Posted on: 4 October 2018
  • By: psoc_admin

ITU-T has created a new focus group under Study Group 13, called Focus Group Technologies for Network 2030 (FG NET 2030)The Focus Group, intends to study the capabilities of networks for the year 2030 and beyond, when it is expected to support novel forward-looking scenarios, such as holographic type communications, extremely fast response in critic

Call For Papers: 6th International RINA Workshop (co-located with ICIN 2019)

  • Posted on: 29 August 2018
  • By: psoc_admin

It is our pleasure to announce a Call For Papers for the 6th International RINA Workshop, which will be held in Paris co-located with the ICIN 2019 conference (Innovation in Clouds, Internet and Networks).

Call for Papers

6th International Workshop on the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (RINA 2019)

5th International RINA Workshop Report

  • Posted on: 19 July 2018
  • By: psoc_admin

Since the early workshops, RINA-based technology has matured significantly over the past few years. There are multiple RINA stack implementations, prototypes of all the key value propositions, fully operational testbeds and test traffic generators, hackathon examples of engaged developers, and clear use cases with immediate industrial application. There are demos of how to transport RINA datagrams over existing chipsets, tunnel it under and over existing protocols, and a roadmap to exploit new capabilities like P4-programmable routers.

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How Distributed is Distributed Management or Can Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth? by John Day

  • Posted on: 3 May 2018
  • By: psoc_admin

The need for network management has always been recognized. At the same time, it was recognized as both overhead to selling equipment as well as a facility to smooth over the shortcomings of the equipment. Most datacomm networks in the 1970s and before were fairly small, often using equipment from a single vendor.  Network management stations, then called network control, were sold as a loss leader:  Sell the razor cheap (or free), they buy more blades.  As the 70s progressed, networks were not only getting larger but more and more diverse.

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