Jan 15 2018
Edward Knightly, Sheafor-Lindsay Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and department chair at Rice University (Houston, TX, USA) and a member of the Scientific Council of IMDEA Networks Institute (Madrid, Spain) has been named a... +
Jan 12 2018
FITUR 2018 will be the presentation platform for a series of technological solutions aimed at the tourism industry and fair management, ready to spring into action with 5G technology- still in the standardisation process-,, in the near future. This... +
Jan 08 2018
Software-Defined Networking can make the Internet scalable, manageable, and adaptable at an industry-grade level, according to a recent research study led by scientists from the Madrid research institute IMDEA Networks.
Jan 02 2018
Prof. Dr. Ralf Steinmetz, a professor at Technische Universität Darmstadt and the president of the Board of Trustees of IMDEA Networks Institute, has been awarded the first fellowship ever granted by the ITG Information Technology Society of the VDE... +
Dec 29 2017
If they are to achieve data rates exceeding 10Gbps, 5G networks will demand an extended range of frequencies allowing for large continuous bandwidths. The solution could arise from mm-wave bands within multi-RAT deployments.
Dec 27 2017
eXhaul transport solution ready to take on 5G.
Dec 26 2017
Human beings have started to generate programs and machines whose functioning is not transparent or interpretable. It would be convenient to regulate their development.
Dec 20 2017
Rohde & Schwarz, one of the world's leading manufacturers of information and communications technology products for professional users, has become a new Collaborator of 5TONIC, the leading Open 5G lab founded by Telefónica and IMDEA Networks.
Dec 19 2017
Dr. Narseo Vallina-Rodríguez, from the Madrid research Institute IMDEA Networks and also affiliated to ICSI from Berkeley (USA), is interviewed for the evening edition of the Spanish news program ‘Telediario’ of the main Spanish public news channel... +
Dec 15 2017
Researchers from Berkeley (USA) and IMDEA Networks (Madrid, Spain) reveal that some 'apps' identify users, their location, phone number and name. Many of them capture information before obtaining consent and use it for publicity.