Application discovery and mobility demo @ IEEE NFV SDN

The first week of November ARCFIRE researchers enjoyed a couple of sunny days in Berlin attending the IEEE NFV SDN conference. ARCFIRE participated at the demo session, showing how RINA empowers the delivery of Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) use cases by supporting Distributed Mobility Management without tunnels, secure resource slicing, dynamic application discovery across layers

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Paper on MEC demo using RINA accepted @ IEEE NFV SDN conference

A “demo” paper entitled “Open Multi-Access Edge Computing and Distributed Mobility Management with RINA” has been accepted for presentation at the IEEE NFV SDN conference in Berlin. The paper discusses how RINA can be leveraged to support Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) use cases. We’ll be presenting at the demo session, showing a demonstration of the whole system. Abstract MEC


IEEE SDN Pre-Industrial Workshop

ARCFIRE representatives attended the IEEE SDN workshop on 5G and Open Mobile Edge Computing that took place in Venice on June 15th. Sven van der Meer, from Ericsson, presented RINA, ARCFIRE and PRISTINE in two sessions: a 1 hour discussion session on building POCs (Proof of Concept) and another 2 hour session on participant contributions. Feedback was