Category Archives: IPv6

On “The Power of Choices in Load Balancing with Segment Routing”

By | June 6, 2017

Today, and at this very moment (assuming that they stick to the agenda, and I did time-zone computations correctly), our own Yoann Desmouceaux (X11), along with Mark Townsley, are in Atlanta Georgia presenting the paper “SRLB: The Power of Choices in Load Balancing with Segment Routing” at the aspirational 37th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems. Network… Read More »

WiFi: too much of a hassle – Alleviating Pain with Constellation

By | May 26, 2017

Any business traveler will recognise this: you arrive, tired after a long flight…take a shuttle to your hotel, where you queue to check in, and do all sorts of formalities including most commonly showing picture ID, having your credit card swiped to cover the hotel rate and incidentals, sign various pieces of paper, make sure,… Read More »

Future Internet: Mark Townsley presenting “IPv6 Centric Networking” to the ACN Students

By | January 16, 2017

ACN students will never look at the 128 bits of an IPv6 address the same way !!! They have discovered that behind IPv6, lies a very active  innovation and research track with applications in many fields (data centers, virtualization, video production and distributions, … ). The presentation was given by Mark Townsley (Cisco & Ecole Polytechnique) who is leading… Read More »