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RIPE Atlas

Mihnea-Costin Grigore — Oct 2010
This page contains all information related to the active measurements network, RIPE Atlas.

Learn more about the RIPE Atlas active measurements network.

You can also find a collection of use cases, reviews and other articles written by RIPE Atlas users.

Talking Traffic at TMA 2017
Talking Traffic at TMA 2017
Stephen Strowes — 30 Jun 2017

Last week, the Network Traffic, Measurement and Analysis Conference (TMA) took place in Maynooth, Ireland. A full week was scheduled, featuring a PhD school across Monday and Tuesday, the Mobile Network Measurements (MNM) workshop on Tuesday, and the main conference from Wednesday to Friday. We were there! Here's our summary of the week.… Read more

Anycast Latency: How Many Sites are Enough?
Anycast Latency: How Many Sites are Enough?
JH Kuipers — 24 May 2017

IP anycast is a popular way to scale up and distribute services across the Internet, with the aim of getting closer to end users. Using anycast, the IP address of a service is available in multiple places on the Internet — so-called anycast instances or sites — and Internet routing defines which instance of the service will reach users.… Read more

Using RIPE Atlas to Measure Latency to Reunion Island
Using RIPE Atlas to Measure Latency to Reunion Island
Réhan NOORDALLY — 11 Apr 2017

Internet connectivity is not fairly distributed around the world, in particular for islands or isolated areas. For instance, connectivity to and from the Reunion Island is mainly based on links to France located about 10,000 km away. This causes long delays and degraded Internet service. In this article, we investigate the performance of the Internet connectivity by analysing delay and path properties from and to La Reunion.… Read more

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