NEAT at the 96th IETF meeting

NEAT participants contributed to a range of activities at the IETF’s last meeting in Berlin, in July: Several Internet drafts coming from NEAT were updated, and a new draft was submitted to the TAPS Working Group. Four presentations were given in the TAPS session, two in the TSVWG session, and one in the recently-chartered MAP Research … Read moreNEAT at the 96th IETF meeting

NEAT at the Applied Networking Research Workshop

NEAT was at the Applied Networking Research Workshop (ANRW), sponsored by ACM, the IRTF and ISOC. Three papers were presented: On the Cost of Using Happy Eyeballs for Transport Protocol Selection. Start Me Up: Determining and Sharing TCP’s Initial Congestion Window. How to say that you’re special: Can we use bits in the IPv4 header? The … Read moreNEAT at the Applied Networking Research Workshop

Consortium meets in Oslo

NEAT project participants were at the University of Oslo on June 28–30, for a technical plenary meeting. During this face-to-face gathering, partners discussed topics related to the ongoing open-source coding efforts and research activities. The consortium will meet again in the early Autumn, and will be represented at the next IETF meeting in Berlin, where several NEAT-related presentations … Read moreConsortium meets in Oslo

Three NEAT papers accepted in ANRW 2016

Three papers authored by NEAT participants have been accepted in the Applied Networking Research Workshop (ANRW), sponsored by ACM, the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) and the Internet Society (ISOC). The workshop will be held in Berlin, on July 16. The first paper studies performance implications of “happy eyeballs” mechanisms for transport-protocol selection, in terms … Read moreThree NEAT papers accepted in ANRW 2016

New Internet Draft on UDP and UDP-Lite usage

A new Internet Draft, “Features of the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and Lightweight UDP (UDP-Lite) Transport Protocols“, has been posted as a contribution to the IETF TAPS working group. This draft, authored by NEAT participants, describes transport services provided by those two protocols and complements the analysis in another NEAT-authored Internet draft which focused on TCP and SCTP … Read moreNew Internet Draft on UDP and UDP-Lite usage

NEAT presented at MAMI’s kickoff meeting

NEAT was presented to the partners of the new MAMI European research project, at MAMI’s kickoff in Zürich, on February 9. Both projects are going to discuss possible avenues for technical cooperation. A reciprocal presentation of MAMI will take place during NEAT’s next plenary meeting in Aberdeen, in mid-March. Two partners of the NEAT consortium, … Read moreNEAT presented at MAMI’s kickoff meeting