Track C

TNC15 - 2C - Laying the groundwork for field trials of RINA in the EU

June 15, 2015
Some of the challenges faced by network service providers stem from early design and implementation decisions made at the infancy of data communications. Due to its groundbreaking potential, the Internet exploded from a small lab experiment to a full-scale production research network within a couple of years. Some opportunities for including key research results at crucial stages were abandoned in favor of fast global deployment. RINA, the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture, is an attempt at network design drawing from the experiences from 40 years of TCP/IP deployment, building on the premise that “Networking is IPC and IPC only”. This session complements the keynote talk by John Day, providing updates on the research efforts funded by the European Commission through the final call in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) (IRATI and PRISTINE) and the GN3plus(IRINA) project.


IRATI: an open source RINA implementation for Linux/OS
Eduard Grasa

Dimitri Staessens

PRISTINE: Programmability In RINA for Supreme Virtualised Networks
Miguel Ponce de Leon

When RINA Meets NFV
Diego R. Lopez

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