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RiNG "Routing in Next Generation" Workshop will be available with audio/video streaming
Posted by: Jordi on Monday, December 10, 2007 - 10:46 AM
ENABLE proyect The RiNG project has announced that the "Routing in Next Generation" workshop will be distributed on-line with both, IPv4 and IPv6. Videos will also be available on-line after the workshop.

The information about the streaming will be published in the workshop web page a few minutes before the start of the event.

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Final agenda for Routing in Next Generation workshop announced
Posted by: Jordi on Monday, November 26, 2007 - 10:29 AM
ENABLE proyect The final agenda for the Routing in Next Generation workshop has been annouced.

This is a free event regarding next generation routing, organized in Madrid next 13-14 of December.

The agenda is available at the RiNG project web page.

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RiNG announces draft agenda for Routing in Next Generation workshop
Posted by: Jordi on Monday, November 19, 2007 - 08:19 AM
ENABLE proyect As part of its activities, RiNG is hosting an open routing workshop in Madrid, Spain.

The draft agenda has been posted and is available at the RiNG web page.

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'Radical rethinking' of Internet routing under way
Posted by: Jordi on Sunday, September 30, 2007 - 08:53 PM
ENABLE proyect IRTF is looking for a new routing architecture that will support potentially billions of new users in developing countries.

Some of the world's top network engineers are engaged in a research effort that could lead to the most radical redesign of the Internet's underlying routing architecture since it was developed in the 1980s.

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Routing in Next Generation Workshop
Posted by: Jordi on Thursday, September 27, 2007 - 05:53 PM
ENABLE proyect The RiNG (Routing in Next Generation networks) project supports the coordination, study and analysis of Internet routing protocols, with a particular focus on either new approaches to routing or changes to existing routing protocols that may support future Internet growth.

As part of its activities, RiNG is hosting an open routing workshop in Madrid, Spain. The event is principally aimed at PhD students working in the area of Internet routing architecture and protocols, but is open to submissions and presentations from any interested researchers. The aim of the workshop is to allow young researchers to present their work in a formal yet friendly environment to their peers and a selection of academic and industry experts from the routing research community. We also expect two keynote speakers to take part in the event.

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New Report is a Technical Introduction for People Without an Engineering Background to the Internet’s Infrastructure and to its Major Protocols and Applications
Posted by: Jordi on Tuesday, May 08, 2007 - 08:52 PM
ENABLE proyect We begin with an overview of the Internet’s future, including two challenges to its continuing stability – the crisis in routing and addressing and the proliferation of ‘botnets’: criminally controlled networks of hundreds of thousands of home and office computers which are used for spam, fraud and denial of service attacks.

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Call for Comments on IPv6 Multi-homing Solutions
Posted by: Jordi on Monday, October 23, 2006 - 12:50 AM
ENABLE proyect This document attempts to address all the IPv6 Multi-homing Solutions and their Pro's and Con's, put forward by the Internet Community as a collective. The use of this document is intended for the sole purpose of providing clarification of the IPv6 Multi-homing Solutions and their pro's and con's, in order to assist the Internet Community on deciding what solution are currently available to use Globally as a United Internet Community.

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