IRATI D2.3 available at the website (Phase 2 uses cases, specs and software architecture)

IRATI’s deliverable D2.3, informing about the second 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 2, including the use cases, the updated RINA specifications and the high-level software architecture for the second project prototype. The […]

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Phase 2 use cases report available

The following technical reports are available in the technical reports area of the website. MS11. Phase 2 use cases description and requirements analysis report. This report describes the use cases that will shape the research, development and experimentation activities that will be carried out by IRATI partners during the second phase of the project. The goal of […]

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RINA family gathering at Dublin: IRATI presentation at the RINA Workshop!

Last week was without doubt one of the most important ones for the RINA community: for the second time all of us met to discuss, share ideas, present results and initiate new collaborations at the RINA workshop in Dublin. It was a great event, filled with the passion and energy we all share to bring […]

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IRATI to present first year results at the 2nd RINA Workshop

The RINA community is gathering next week in Dublin to participate in the second RINA workshop, organized by the Pouzin Society and the FP7 IRATI and PRISTINE projects and hosted by WIT-TSSG. The aim of the two days event, attended by invitation only, is to present the state of the art, the status of the […]

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Welcome to PRISTINE! Exploring programmability, advanced policies and DIF Management Systems in RINA

With the start of the new year we’re very happy to announce that a new funded FP7 project is joining the RINA family: ICT PRISTINE. PRISTINE (Programmability in RINA for European Supremacy of Virtualized Networks) research and development activities will be very complementary to those of the IRATI project, in concrete PRISTINE will: Explore programmability […]

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D3.1 Report on the IRATI’s first phase prototype, available

Just before Christmas, D3.1, reporting on IRATI’s first phase prototype, is available at the deliverables session. The following paragraphs briefly summarize the contents of the report. This deliverable presents the first phase integrated prototype of the IRATI project. The prototype implements core parts of a RINA stack over Ethernet for a Linux-base OS, spans both kernel […]

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D4.1 Deployment, experimentation and validation report for phase 1 available

D4.1, reporting on IRATI’s first round of experiments, is available at the deliverables session. The following paragraphs briefly summarize the contents of the report. “This document details the work performed in WP4 during the first phase of the IRATI project. It contains information on the planning of the experiments, the details about the experiments carried […]

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Welcome to IRINA! Investigating RINA in the NREN and GEANT environment

We are very happy to announce that there is a new research initiative in the RINA family: the IRINA project. IRINA (Investigating RINA as the next generation NREN and GEANT architecture), is one of the winners of the GEANT3+ first open call. The project goals can be summarized as follows: “The prevalent TCP/IP network architecture […]

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IRATI presented at the EU-Korea Workshop and at the GLIF annual meeting

Late September and early October have been busy weeks for the dissemination of the IRATI project. The project work has been featured as part of two presentations on the European research activities related to the RINA architecture. Korea-EU Technical Workshop 2013 The first Korea-EU Technical Workshop, held at Seoul, was co-organised by the European Union (DG CNECT) […]

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Good feedback from IRATI’s technical review

Two weeks ago we had the first review of the project in Ghent. The review was only technical, evaluating the work done during the first 6 months of the project. The technical work of the project was well received by the reviewers, who also provided valuable feedback and interesting suggestions for improving the project impact. […]

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