The long-in-the-process RFC 8116 finally hit the repositories last Friday. The abstract of this document goes: This document analyzes common security threats to the Optimized Link State Routing Protocol version 2 (OLSRv2) and describes their potential impacts on Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) operations. It also analyzes which of these security vulnerabilities can be mitigated… Read More »
Our friends at Telecom-ParisTech organises IEEE WiOpt 2017 this week, in central Paris. I’ve attended a couple of WiOp’s over the years, and it tends to be excellent – albeit with a somewhat theoretical leaning – and definitely worth attending. This year, the event would even have been local for me – sadly, is also coinciding… Read More »
This evening, students at Ecole Polytechnique organize “Point Gamma 2017” – a gigantic party for students and others, with music, entertainment, – and, according to the flyer, something special this year…. I cannot help but wonder if this is related to a class I teach (and, taught, just this Friday) entitled “Cybersecurity – the Hacker… Read More »
Mark Townsley opens the afternoon session, talking IPv6 – specifically, all the opportunities it opens when you have a large address space (IPv6) or even a virtually unlimited address space (IPv6 Segment Routing) end-to-end: Media Production and distribution, distributed storage, etc.
Glenn Deen from NBCU gave a fantastic lecture on “Glass to glass IPv6” just before the lunch break – from idea if transforming a media production chain to IPv6, through prototyping, and to standardization push, from a content provider, Fascinating stuff.
Sören Kjellin, CTO, ChyronHego, wrapping up on IP Transformation in Media Production.
The first talk of today is “Recent lessons from Broadcast IP deployments: A Grass Valley perspective” by Mark Hilton, Infrastructure Products VP, Grass Valley.
Polytechnique graduate (X09) and Facebook Research Engineer Martin Raison kicks off the discussion on “Virtual assistants: from engineering to research” Martin did his Polytechnique 3rd year research internship at Cisco Paris Research and Innovation Lab in Paris, then went on to Stanford, to Facebook, to create a startup, which then was acquired and folded him… Read More »
Next up, Session Chair Hugo Latapie introduces the ML/DL part of the session: An interesting talk called “Real-world ML/DL Deployment at Scale”, by James Jones, Customer Solutions Architect, Cisco.