RINA VM Networking paper accepted @ IEEE Communications Magazine

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The last outcome of the IRATI project (a year after its end) has been a paper at the IEEE Communications Magazine, reporting about the concepts and experimental work done by the project on using RINA to simplify VM Networking. Abstract Virtualization is an enabling technology that improves scalability, reliability, and flexibility. Virtualized networking is tackled […]

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IRATI D4.3, “Deployment, Experimentation and Validation report for phase 3″ available

IRATI’s deliverable D4.3 – informing about the third phase deployment, experimentation and validation activities – has been uploaded to the Deliverables area. Abstract In the final phase of Investigating RINA as an Alternative to TCP/IP (IRATI), a number of new features were implemented that need experimental validation. The first component is the Shim DIF for TCP/UDP, allowing running […]

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Slides from “Experimental evaluation of a RINA Prototype” available (GC 2014)

Last month we had the chance to present our current results on the experimental evaluation of the RINA prototype at the IEEE Globecom 2014 conference in Austin, Texas. Below you can find the slides and the paper abstract, we hope you will enjoy them! Slides Experimental evaluation of a RINA prototype – GC 2014 from IRATI project […]

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IRATI open sources the RINA prototype code!

We are very happy to announce the first open release of the RINA prototype developed by the FP7 IRATI project, called “IRATI“! This open source project, hosted at github, will sustain the code beyond the FP7-IRATI project’s lifetime and be maintained and continuously updated with new features on a best-effort basis. IRATI documentation – which […]

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Slides from RINA presentation at ISO

Within the context of the project’s standardisation activities, some members of IRATI introduced RINA and its ongoing EC-funded research activities to the ISO SC6 WG7 on Future Networks. We think that RINA addresses concerns identified by this group:  ”Even though the current Internet is such an essential infrastructure, we see that there are many concerns […]

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IRATI D2.4 available at the website (Phase 3 uses cases, specs and software architecture)

IRATI’s deliverable D2.4, informing about the third phase use cases, requirements analysis, updated RINA specifications and high-level software architecture, is now available in the Deliverables area. Executive summary This report explains the project environment for phase 3, including the use cases, the updated RINA specifications and the high-level software architecture for the third project prototype. The […]

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Paper on experimental evaluation of RINA prototype @ Globecom 2014

We’re happy to announce that the paper entitled “Experimental Evaluation of a Recursive InterNetwork Architecture prototype” will be presented at the IEEE Globecom 2014 conference. The paper will be presented during the “NGN I-1: Forwarding Design and Next Generation Network Management” session, from Thursday, December 11, 2014 14:00 until 15:45. Abstract The Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (RINA) is […]

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RINA Tutorial accepted @ IEEE Globecom 2014

We’re happy to announce that the IRATI and PRISTINE projects will be delivering a RINA tutorial at the IEEE Globecom conference 2014! The tutorial, called “Alternatives to TCP/IP” is scheduled for the afternoon of Monday, December 8th. If you are attending the conference, this will be a great opportunity to  learn more about he theory […]

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IRATI D3.2 “2nd phase RINA prototype over Ethernet for a UNIX-like OS” available

IRATI’s deliverable D3.2, informing about the second phase prototype of a RINA implementation for a UNIX-like OS (focusing in the general updates to the first phase prototype, the implementation of EFCP, the PDU Forwarding Table Generator and the porting of user-space components to C++), has been uploaded to the Deliverables area. Executive Summary This document presents […]

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IRATI D3.3 available at the website! 2nd phase prototype: shim DIF for Hypervisors

IRATI’s deliverable D3.3, informing about the second phase prototype of a RINA implementation for a UNIX-like OS (focusing in the design and implementation of the shim DIF for Hypervisors), has been uploaded to the Deliverables area. Executive Summary This deliverable presents the IRATI project second phase integrated RINA prototype for hypervisors. This prototype only targets the […]

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