RITE talk held at LinuxCon Europe 2015
Events / Linux

RITE talk held at LinuxCon Europe 2015

Per Hurtig and Andreas Petlund presented some of the RITE prototypes that has been implemented in the Linux kernel at Linux Conference Europe 6.10.2015. LinuxCon Europe 2015 had 1484 registered attendees and gathers core competence from the open source community, both developers, businesses and academics. The slides from the presentation can be found here. Linux … Continue reading

RITE stand at IETF 93 Bits-N-Bites a success!
Events / IETF / Meetings

RITE stand at IETF 93 Bits-N-Bites a success!

The RITE project was present with a stand at the Bits-N-Bites session at IETF-93 in Prague. Bits-N-Bites is an exhibition focused on Internet standards, and technology, gathering nearly 1,400 engineers, computer scientists and academics at the forefront of developing standards for the continuing expansion and robustness of the Internet. The technical focus of the RITE … Continue reading

RITE Activity at IETF-93 in Prague
Events / IETF

RITE Activity at IETF-93 in Prague

Main IETF Prague Meeting (Remote Participation information) https://www.ietf.org/meeting/93/index.html https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/93/materials.html RMCAT Working Group Time: Monday, July 20, Morning Session I 0900-1130 Room: Congress Hall II Title: “Coupled congestion control with RTP” draft-welzl-rmcat-coupled-cc-05 Speaker: Safiqul Islam Title: “Shared Bottleneck Detection for Coupled Congestion Control for RTP Media” draft-ietf-rmcat-sbd-00 Speaker: David Hayes AQM Working Group Time: Monday, July … Continue reading

RITE demo of Dual Queue AQMs for enabling “Data Centre-to-the-home” at IETF 93 Bits N Bites
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RITE demo of Dual Queue AQMs for enabling “Data Centre-to-the-home” at IETF 93 Bits N Bites

RITE will be present with a demonstration at the Bits N Bites in Prague. The EU RITE Project is addressing the root causes of end-to-end Internet delay. We demonstrate an adaptive interactive video together with our new DualQ Coupled AQM. The AQM allows a scalable TCP (DCTCP) to coexist with Classic TCP (Reno/Cubic) without inspecting flows. This … Continue reading