D7.4 Final dissemination, standardisation and exploitation activities report

PRISTINE’s deliverable D7.4 Final dissemination, standardisation and exploitation activities report is newly available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary This deliverable describes the activities performed in Work Package WP7 during the final phase of the PRISTINE project. It contains detailed reports and updates on the activities related to dissemination (task T7.1), standardisation (task T7.2) and exploitation […]


D3.3 on congestion control, resource allocation, routing and forwarding available!

PRISTINE’s deliverable D3.3 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary In this document, the “final specification and consolidated implementation” of the techniques proposed in the previous document (D3.2), “initial specification”, are presented. The goal is to show how the proposed techniques in the previous document have been implemented in RINA, what their performance […]

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PRISTINE at the SDN World Congress 2016

The PRISTINE third and final workshop was celebrated in conjunction with the SDN and OpenFlow World Congress 2016 held in The Hague, Holland in October 2016. The culmination of 2 and half years research work on the PRISTINE project, was presented at the RINA Workshop which is an annually organised event, allowing researchers interested in […]

RINASim Webinar, October 26th 17:00 CEST

We have the pleasure to announce a forthcoming RINASim Webinar that will take place on October 26th, at 17:00 CEST. RINASim is a stand-alone framework for OMNeT++ discrete event simulator environment coded from scratch and independent on another library. The main purpose is to offer the community with reliable and the most up-to-date tool (in the […]

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4th International RINA Workshop in Den Hague 12 October 2016

The RINA Workshop is an annually organised event, allowing researchers interested in the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (RINA) to present their work and discuss advances relating to their research. This year, on the 12th of October 2016 the workshop, which is co-organised by the FP7 ICT project PRISTINE and the H2020 ICT project ARCFIRE, will be […]

RINASim accepted as an official OMNeT++ framework

After a successful RINASim presentation at 3rd OMNeT++ Community Summit, the OMNeT++ community decided that the RIMASim framework is not only interesting but also worthy of further dissemination. Hence, RINASim was accepted as the official OMNeT++ feature project! Now the official RINASim page has moved into https://rinasim.omnetpp.org. Congratulations to the FIT-BUT team for leading this effort and […]

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PRISTINE paper on RINA and ΔQ resource allocation policies accepted at NetCloud!

A PRISTINE paper discussing ΔQ resource allocation policies to assure QoS guarantees for heterogeneous services in RINA networks has been accepted for publication at the 6th Workshop of Network Infrastructure and Services as part of Cloud Computing (NetCloud 2016).   Abstract With the increasing usage of cloud computing and dependence on a diverse set of distributed […]

RINASim will be present at the OMNeT++ Community Summit!

RINASim, the world’s first full-fledged RINA simulator, is going to be disseminated at the 3rd OMNeT++ Community Summit. Moreover a new RINASim version will be released around  the conference date, including: fresh code extending DAF Enrollment, EFCP socket, CDAP API and NSM functionality; merge PRISTINE partners contributions for last 6 months. Congratulations to the FIT-BUT team, […]

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PRISTINE paper presenting the Logistic Growth Congestion Controller accepted at IEEE LCN

A PRISTINE paper presenting an analytical and simulation analysis of the Logistic Growth Congestion Controller been accepted at the IEEE LCN conference. Congratulations to the PRISTINE team at University of Oslo for leading this effort! The abstract of the paper is provided below. Abstract Datacenter transport has attracted much recent interest, however, most proposed improvements require changing the datacenter […]