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Feb 03 2012
A new study proposes a novel technique for cost reduction in the internet protocol (IP) transit market called “CIPT”, which may generate significant savings for Internet service providers.... +
Jan 31 2012
e-Energy 2012, to be held in May in Madrid, Spain, will focus on areas such as servers and communications infrastructures, data centers, cloud computing and smart grids... +
Jan 30 2012
Researchers from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) who participate in the Trilogy project have uncovered technology which allows Internet users who use the newly established IPv6 to access... +
Dec 23 2011
Dr. Kowalski brings to the team extensive experience in areas including algorithms and data structures, fault-tolerant aspects of computer science, and distributed, parallel, network and mobile computing.
Nov 24 2011
The story of the development of wireless local area networks (WLAN) is a good example of how a research project can open the doors to a whole new industry. Back in the 70s, a research team at the University of Hawaii was unsatisfied with the data... +
Pierrre Francois
Nov 15 2011
Dr. Francois will contribute broad experience in areas such as IP Networking, Routing, Routing Architectures and Routing Economics.... +
IMDEA Networks
Nov 11 2011
P.M. Romer affirms that know-how of a production function is an irreplaceable factor in current economic development. It is what allows rate of return on investment to grow steadily, and is the defining aspect of an economy’s ability to generate... +
Nov 07 2011
This week mi+dtv will discuss the effect of bilingualism in Alzheimer disease; TRILOGY project for a safer Internet; and new activities on Science Week 2011. The news about TRILOGY project highlights research conducted by a scientific institution... +
Nov 03 2011
Twitter is currently one of the most popular and fastest growing applications in the internet. Created in 2006 by Jack Dorsey and Biz Stone, it is a micro-blogging system which has rapidly attracted... +
Oct 31 2011
With YouTube reaching 3 billion views per day and 2 days' worth of uploaded videos every minute in 2011, Internet traffic has reached unprecedented figures. Demand, coupled with increasing security threats, has led to a decrease in bandwidth... +