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Please find below the third part of our technical services update. This time we're focusing on our research activities and a number of tools we are developing.
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This year’s Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC) touched on many topics such as edge and fog, new challenges related to smart computing and ...
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How reliable are the website popularity rankings like the Alexa top one million that many of us use in our research? We analysed four ranking lists and ...
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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 ...
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As Ph.D. students, our typical encounter with the IETF community and their work is by stumbling over RFCs and Internet-Drafts that either relate to or are a ...
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We analysed the readiness of African National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) to be part of “The Things Network” (TTN). We used RIPE Atlas to measure ...
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Please read this guest post by Mian Usman, Network Architect at GÉANT: One of the big questions often asked of R&E networking is why? Why, when commercial ...
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The Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis Conference (TMA) took place in June in Vienna, Austria. A full week of events was scheduled - including a PhD ...
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Computers have always had clocks. Well maybe not clocks as you might think, but digital computers have always had oscillators, and if you hook the oscillator ...
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Last week I attended the Passive and Active Measurement (PAM) conference in Berlin. In this article I present some highlights and take-aways.
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