Yearly Archives: 2014


3rd international RINA Workshop in Ghent 13

The RINA Workshop is an annually organised event, allowing researchers interested in the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture to present their work  and discuss advances relating to their research. This year, the workshop is co-organised by the GN3+ Open Call project IRINA and the FP7 ICT project PRISTINE. Registration: Free but mandatory, fill in this form (closes January 7th 2015). Workshop […]

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D4.1 Draft Conceptual and High-Level Engineering Design of Innovative Security and Reliability Enablers available 4

PRISTINE’s deliverable D4.1 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary This document, D4.1, is the result of WP4 activities and is a key deliverable of the project. A high-level security functional architecture is defined that identifies the key functional blocks designed to offer secure data delivery across RINA infrastructure. The functional decomposition of […]


D3.1 Draft specification of techniques to enhance performance and resource utilization in networks available 3

PRISTINE’s deliverable D3.1 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary Preceding the initial specification and proof of concept implementation of techniques to enhance performance and resource utilization in networks that is due in month 16, this document outlines a “draft specification” of these techniques (a technical description of the developments that are planned […]

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D5.1 Common elements of the management framework available 2

PRISTINE’s deliverable D5.1 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary Recursive Inter-Network Architecture (RINA) is an emerging clean-slate programmable networking approach, centering on the Inter-Process Communication (IPC) paradigm, which will support high scalability, multi-homing, built-in security, seamless access to real-time information and operation in dynamic environments. The heart of this networking structure is […]


D2.2 PRISTINE Reference Framework available 3

PRISTINE’s deliverable D2.2 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary D22 reports about the work carried out in T2.2. This task has performed a review of the RINA specifications that are relevant to the technological areas addressed in PRISTINE (congestion control, routing, resource allocation, authentication, access control, encryption, security coordination, configuration management and […]

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D2.1 Use cases description and requirements analysis available 3

PRISTINE’s deliverable D2.1 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary The goal of this document is to analyze the use cases that will shape the requirements of the research, development and experimentation activities that will be carried out by the PRISTINE partners. Each use case provides an opportunity to explore and understand how […]


PRISTINE presented at the EU-Taiwan Workshop on 5G Research 4

On October 24th PRISTINE was presented at discussed at the EU-Taiwan Workshop on 5G research in Brussels. During the workshop PRISTINE exposed the value proposition of RINA in the SDN/NFV/Softwarized Networks space: clean architecture, programmability and simplicity. The presentation by Dr. Tinku Rasheed (Future Networks Area Head from CREATE-NET) also discussed the research and innovation activities […]

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PRISITNE present at the EC Net-Tech Future Internet Cluster

On October 23rd the PRISTINE project was presented at the EC Net Tech Future Internet Cluster meeting in Brussels, Belgium. The main goal of the FI cluster meeting was to focus on project achievements in the past year and also to work further on the vision of projects with respect to topics to be addressed […]


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From wikis to reports 5

In EU research projects [1], it is normal for a number of partners to collaborate to produce a report, a written document, complying with a predefined style template. Most of the sections will be assigned to different people to write and review, usually in parallel. In general, there are three methods of handling this: