A two-day hackathon activity was organised at IETF-101 in London, entitled “Interoperation between NEAT and PvD”. This hackathon involved two people from Cisco and one from University of Aberdeen, joined by one student from University of Liège and another from Telecom ParisTech. Together they updated the PvD code in NEAT, and the Linux code was updated … Read moreHackathon at IETF 101
IETF 101 was the last IETF meeting happening during the NEAT project’s lifetime. As usual, NEAT was very active on various fronts. First and foremost, the TAPS working group, where the “minimum set” document was presented and consensus was found to announce a Working Group Last Call for it. TAPS ended with presentations and discussions … Read moreFarewell IETF meeting for NEAT
NEAT was represented by Celerway Communication AS at the 2018 edition of the Mobile World Congress (MWC), where Celerway demonstrated one of their products, a wireless router running a NEAT proxy, showing interface selection and multipath based on NEAT’s policy system.
NEAT was once again present at the IETF during its 99th meeting in Prague, held on July 16-21. Besides presenting several updates to Internet drafts in the TAPS, TSVWG and INTAREA working groups, NEAT participants organised both a NEAT/TAPS session and an SCTP session as part of the IETF Hackathon, during the weekend before the … Read moreNEAT got the “NEAT”est Work award at the IETF Hackathon
NEAT was present at the 26th edition of the European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC’2017), held on June 12-15 in Oulu, Finland. A poster co-authored by UoA and Cisco participants was presented by Tom Jones (UoA). The poster describes NEAT’s datagram API and how it allows to exploit new protocol developments such as UDP … Read moreNEAT at EuCNC
A NEAT demo, presented by Zdravko Bozakov (Dell EMC) on behalf of all the authors, won the Best Demo Award at the IFIP Networking conference, in Stockholm (June 12-15, 2017). The demo, titled “A NEAT framework for application-awareness in SDN environments“, is joint work from KaU and EMC illustrating how NEAT can be integrated in … Read moreBest Demo Award at IFIP Networking
Tom Jones, from University of Aberdeen, was interviewed by BSDnow.tv after his NEAT talk at FOSDEM 2017. The 12-minute interview is available in a video podcast (starting at the 21:10 mark). You can also hear the interview here:
NEAT appears in episode #181 of BSD Now, a weekly video podcast devoted to the BSD operating system that has been aired since September 2013. Around the 2:45 and 12:00 marks, the podcast hosts discuss one of Tom Jones’s NEAT presentations at FOSDEM 2017. An interview made to Tom during FOSDEM should be aired in an upcoming … Read moreNEAT in BSDnow.tv
Tom Jones (UoA) gave two talks at this year’s edition of FOSDEM, in Brussels, on Saturday February 4th: one in the BSD devroom track, another in the Real Time Communications track. FOSDEM is one of the largest open-source software events in the world, with more than 5,000 attendees in 2017. These talks introduced some of the key … Read moreNEAT at FOSDEM 2017
NEAT is co-organising a workshop on the Future of Internet Transport (FIT), co-located with IFIP Networking 2017. The workshop will take place in Stockholm, on June 12, 2017, just before the main conference. The deadline for paper submission is March 8. For full details, please check the call for papers.