NEAT has appeared in the European Commission’s Innovation Radar. Our work on a transport system that can abstract away from applications the protocols used for communication across the network has been identified as an “Exploration” innovation, “actively exploring value creation opportunities”.
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.
The NEAT consortium held its last plenary meeting last week, on February 13-14, at Simula’s premises in Oslo. The meeting was devoted to wrapping up experimental activities and last-year demos. The plenary also offered an opportunity to meet one last time with Scientific Advisory Board members Håkon Lønsethagen and Marie-José Montpetit, who gave valuable feedback … Read moreFinal NEAT plenary in Oslo
In the last few months, the NEAT project has continued to have a strong presence at Internet standardisation activities, with two new Requests for Comments authored by NEAT participants. RFC 8303 and 8304, just published in February 2018, provide a comprehensive description of all the transport features that are offered to applications by the standard … Read moreTwo new IETF RFCs from NEAT
NEAT will be represented at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) by partner Celerway Communication. Celerway will be at Hall 5, stand 5G15, where they will present the benefits of using NEAT in mobile devices. MWC will take place in Barcelona, from February 26 to March 1st.
NEAT continues to have a strong presence in standardisation activities at the IETF. In November 2017, a new standards-track RFC co-authored by Michael Tüxen (FHM) was published: RFC 8260, “Stream Schedulers and User Message Interleaving for the Stream Control Transmission Protocol”. NEAT was at the 100th meeting of the IETF in Singapore, held on November … Read moreIETF news from NEAT
NEAT held its tenth plenary meeting in Karlstad, Sweden, in the Karlstad University campus, on October 24–25. The main focus of the meeting was on wrapping up the research work on NEAT’s extended transport system, and progressing the experimental work that will validate the NEAT approach in the four industry use cases that drive the … Read moreConsortium meets in Karlstad
In its September 2017 issue, BSD Magazine has reprinted one of NEAT’s papers from the Future of Internet Transport workshop (FIT). “Transparent Flow Mapping for NEAT”, by Felix Weinrank and Michael Tüxen (FHM), describes how multiplexing several application flows is transparently managed by the NEAT library, without additional effort for the application developer. The NEAT … Read moreNEAT paper reprinted in BSD Magazine