SUPERFLUIDITY presented at NetFPGA Summit 2017

CambridgeLast 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 main goal of the workshop was to have feedback from developers of the NetFPGA on new case scenario targeting the board. The presentations are avialable here: “Packet Manipulator Processor“, “Open Packet Processor“.