SUPERFLUIDITY presented at LANMAN 2017 in Osaka

LANMAN 2017CNIT’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 by Virgil Dobrota from Technical University of Cluj-Napoca Communications Department.
The symposium is focused on the theme “Connecting Smart Cities through software-defined infrasctructure”. CNIT and NEC are also exposing a poster demo available here.