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RIPE Atlas Software Probes
RIPE Atlas Software Probes
Alun Davies — 12 Feb 2020

RIPE Atlas probes are now available as software, offering future hosts a new way to help build the RIPE Atlas network. While not a replacement for their hardware counterparts, software probes will improve coverage by bringing RIPE Atlas to new and previously hard-to-reach places.… Read more

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Modelling BBR’s Interactions with Loss-based Congestion Control
Modelling BBR’s Interactions with Loss-based Congestion Control
Ranysha Ware — 03 Feb 2020

BBR has rapidly become a major player in Internet congestion control. BBR’s fairness or friendliness to other connections has recently come under scrutiny as measurements from multiple research groups have shown undesirable outcomes when BBR competes with traditional congestion control algorithms (CCAs). In our research we developed a model capturing BBR’s behaviour in competition with loss-based CCAs.… Read more

Tags: research
Reporting Back From RIPE 79
Reporting Back From RIPE 79
Hans Petter Holen — 17 Jan 2020

After RIPE 78, I published an article with some of my takeaways from the meeting. I received positive feedback about that, and so here I am with another update from our last meeting in October. As with the last time, topics are ordered roughly according to when they occurred in the meeting week rather than by importance. Note that this article covers only a few of the many issues discussed at the meeting, and skips a lot of the more technical topics. … Read more

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Networking Networking Women at IEEE LCN 2019
Networking Networking Women at IEEE LCN 2019
Martine Sophie Lenders — 19 Dec 2019

At the 44th IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN 2019) Conference in Osnabrück, Germany, I organised a Networking Networking Women (N² Women) event. The meeting was held as a panel on the topic "Bridging the Gap Between Research and Engineering". The panelists were Soumaya Cherkaoui (Université de Sherbrooke, Canada), Anna Förster (University of Bremen, Germany), Katrin Reitsma (Motorola Solutions, Inc., United States), and myself.… Read more

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