SUPERFLUIDITY in Berlin at Workshop on Orchestration for Software Defined Infrastructures

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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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SUPERFLUIDITY presented at LANMAN 2017 in Osaka

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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

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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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SUPERFLUIDITY’s presentation at the Italian Wireless Community NINUX

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Last 26th and 27th November 2016 Claudio Pisa from CNIT participated in the Ninux Day 2016 event in Florence by giving a talk about SUPERFLUIDITY's work on the chaining of Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) and how this can be applied to the ninux.org network. The Ninux Day is the national meeting of the Italian wireless community network ninux.org. Community networks are netwo...
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Paper presented at ITU Kaleidoscope conference in Bangkok

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Luca Chiaraviglio from CNIT gave a talk at the ITU Kaleidoscope conference in Bangkok on 15th November for presenting the accepted paper entitled "5G in Rural and Low-Income Areas: Are We Ready?". The conference has been run in conjunction with the ITU Telecom World, the premier forum on innovations in the Information and Communication Technology sector, attended by more than 4...
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SUPERFLUIDITY’s booth at the 5G Global Event in Rome

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A team representing SUPERFLUIDITY Consortium participated at the second 5G Global Event held in Rome last 9th and 10th November. Francisco Fontes from Altice Labs, John Thomson from Onapp, Shahar Beiser from Nokia - Alcatel Lucent Israel, Lionel Natarianni and Bessem Sayadi from Nokia Bell Lab France exhibited two demos: 1) rapid deployment/reconfiguration of a software-defined...
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SUPERFLUIDITY First Year Review now in Brussels.

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SUPERFLUIDITY Consortium met in Brussels this week for preparing the First EC Review meeting. After one year of activities many results have been achieved as described here. In this first year, SUPERFLUIDITY partners also deployed two project-wide testbeds; estbed #1 is located at Nokia France premises and provides a hardware and wireless platform supporting the demonstration...
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SUPERFLUDITY is technical sponsor of IEEE LANMAN 2016

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Tomorrow 13th June IEEE LANMAN 2016 kick off for a three-days symposium. LANMAN is the forum for presenting and discussing the latest technical advances in local and metropolitan area networking. This year, the symposium’s central theme is Adaptive, Agile and Fluid networking, a broad topic encompassing autonomic and reconfigurable networking, network function virtualization an...
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