Openstack Summit 2018: Invited talk on Superfluidity

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Daniel Mellado and Luis Tomas Bolivar from RED HAT will give an invited talk at the Openstack Summit 2018, which will take plave in Vancouver, Canada next 21st May 2018. The talk titled "Superfluidity: One network to rule them all!" will focus on the results of Superfluidity concerning virtualization and orchestration of different network elements, including radio and network p...
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RED HAT’s Keynote at 2018

On 26th to 28th January 2018 the annual conference was held in Brno, Czech Republic. RED HAT sponsored the conference for developers, admins, DevOps engineers, testers, documentation writers and other contibutors to open source technologies such as Linux, Middleware, Virtualization, Storage and Cloud. Superfluidity's results were presented on 27th January during the ...
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Superfluidity’s sponsorship at the OSM Conference 2018

Superfluidity sponsored the ETSI Open Source Mano conference held in Rome last 05-09 February 2018 at the Italian National Research Council headquarter. The meeting focused on “OSM-Mid-Release#4” hosted 23 attendees.  CNIT has presented the work performed in Superfludity concerning the integration of OpenVIM (and other VIMs) with Unikernels and the RDCL 3D network service desig...
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IEEE GlobeComm 2017: SUPERFLUIDITY’s contributions to symposia

  On 5th and 6th December 2017 two SUPERFLUIDITY's papers have been presented at IEEE Globecom 2017 in Singapore. The conference, whose theme was "Global Hub: Connecting East and West", organised 13 symposia highlighting recent progress in all major areas of communications. The first paper was presented by Christos Tselios - CITRIX with the title: “Evaluating Hammer N...
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SUPERFLUIDITY in Berlin at Workshop on Orchestration for Software Defined Infrastructures

Stefano Salsano, the coordinator, presented last 6th November SUPERFLUIDITY's project results at the IEEE Conference on Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks in Berlin. The paper entitled "RDCL 3D, a Model Agnostic Web Framework for the Design and Composition of NFV Services" has been presented in the Workshop on Orchestration for Software Defined Infras...
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Participation at Intel® Developer Zone SDN/NFV Network Developer Lab

On  20th September 2017, Superfluidity eas presented at the Intel® Developer Zone SDN/NFV Network Developer Lab in San Jose, CA. The lab meeting focused on the emerging technologies in the SDN/NFV field. Particular emphasis has been put on the solutions adopted and developed by industries, such as Huawei and 6Wind, to integrate SDN/NFV approach into an industrial environment. M...
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IEEE CAMAD 17: Superfluidity’ special session and call for paper.

Superfluidity organised a special session and call for paper at the 22nd International Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks on June 19-21, 2017, in Lund, Sweden. The special session was entitled: 5G: An Era of Agile, Brisk and Superfluid Networking. During the event CITRIX also participated with a demo poster on: HAMMER a ...
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Superfluidity participation to EUCNC 2017 in Oulu, Finland.

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Superfluidity project in the frame of the collaboration within the Software Network Working Group of the 5G PPP participated in the organisation of the workshop : “Software Networks and 5G: from network programmability to SDN/NFV combination for effective network slicing”.The project was presented in the Session 3 - Orchestration and Programmability by Stefano Salsano with the ...
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SUPERFLUIDITY presented at LANMAN 2017 in Osaka

CNIT's researcher Marco Bonola is presenting today the paper entitled "Implementing advanced network functions for datacenters with stateful programmable data planes" exposing the SUPERFLUIDITY's results at the 23rd IEEE International Symposium on Local and Metropolitan Area Networks IEEE LANMAN 2017 in Osaka, Japan. The session 3 is dedicated to Datacenter Networks and chaired...
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SUPERFLUIDITY presented at NetFPGA Summit 2017

Last 20th and 21th April 2017 Marco Spaziani Brunella and Valerio Bruschi from CNIT participated in the NetFPGA Summit 2017 event in Cambridge by giving two talks on SUPERFLUIDITY’s work about programmable and stateful data planes and relative implementations. NetFPGA summit was a two-day workshop for NetFPGA Developers at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge. The m...
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