2021 P4 Workshop: Most Novel Non-Networking Use of P4

The P4 Workshop is one of the biggest annual events organized by the P4 organization. The P4 Workshop brings together the developers and researchers from academia as well as industry who are working with P4 language creating innovative applications and use cases by providing them a platform to showcase their work via technical talks and demos. […]

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2020 NFV-SDN: Best Doctoral Symposium Paper

The IEEE Conference on Network Functions Virtualization and Software-Defined Networking (IEEE NFV-SDN) is an important forum for the ongoing exchange of the latest ideas, developments, and results in the areas of SDN, NFV, 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), and Edge Computing. The 6th IEEE NFV-SDN 2020 went virtual (due to coronavirus outbreak) and took place […]

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INTRIG Participation at ANRW’20

  The ACM, IRTF & ISOC Applied Networking Research Workshop 2019 (ANRW’20) was scheduled to be an online workshop, running from July 30-31, 2020; co-located with the IETF-108 meeting. Danny Lachos presented the paper “Multi-Domain Information Exposure using ALTO: The Good, the Bad and the Solution” at the Transport Protocols and Traffic Engineering session [paper][slides][video]. This position paper summarizes […]

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INTRIG at IETF Virtual Interim Meeting

The in-person IETF 107 Vancouver meeting (March 21-27) was canceled given the circumstances created by the spread of COVID-19. However, many virtual interim meetings have taken place during April and May. The ALTO IETF WG planned to hold a virtual interim on Tuesday, Apr 21. Danny Alex Lachos Perez presented the draft “Supporting Multi-domain Use […]

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Upcoming NECOS Industrial Workshop at CPQD (Oct-18)

Always-on connectivity along distributed computing resources allows providers to extend their service capillarity over multiple technologies and across multiple operators. Under a multi-tenancy approach to share network and computing infrastructures, network slicing is considered a critical enabler to deliver tailored services in 5G networks. “Slice” is a grouping of physical and/or virtual resources which can […]

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INTRIG Participation at IETF-105 & ANRW’19

The IETF-105 meeting took place 20-26 July 2019 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. In the same venue, the ACM, IRTF & ISOC Applied Networking Research Workshop 2019 (ANRW’19) was held on Monday, July 22, 2019. In both events, our INTRIG team actively participated with the following activities: Danny Lachos presented the document “Supporting Multi-domain Use Cases with ALTO” in the IETF […]

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SBRC 2019 – Awards and Presentations

This year, in its XXXVII edition, the SBRC (Simpósio Brasileiro de Redes de Computadores – Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks) was held in Gramado/RS, Brazil. This is the major academic event in Brazil about computer networks. INTRIG team was well represented with: Danny Lachos, David Moura, Nathan Saraiva, Ramon Fontes and Raphael Rosa. Participating in the […]

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IETF 104 in Prague: INTRIG Participation and Contributions

The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is the world’s premier Internet standards-making body. IETF participants represent an open international community of operators, vendors, network designers, researchers, and other interested technologists. For the 104th IETF meeting, held in Prague during March 23-29 (2019), our research group actively participated with the following contributions: Within the Application-Layer Traffic […]

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INTRIG at GLOBECOM 2018

IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM) is one of the biggest annual conferences of the IEEE Communications Society  in communication technologies, areas such as Big Data, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, Multimedia Applications and etc.  This international venue includes technical papers, tutorials, workshops, industry sessions, and keynotes. The GLOBECOM 2018 was held in Abu Dhabi, capital […]

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MACSAD & BB-Gen: Our Newest P4 Open Source Projects

Multi-architecture Compiler System for Abstract Data plane (MACSAD) project has already resulted in a Poster & Demo @SIGCOMM16, a conference paper @IEEE-HPSR’17, a Demo @P4Workshop’18, and a journal paper @JSAC-COMSOC’18. Likewise, BB-Gen has received wide interest from the community while being presented as Demos @SBRC’18, @P4Workshop’18, and @SIGCOMM’18. Aware of the open source role in research, […]

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