Yearly Archives: 2017


Paper on scalable topological forwarding and routing policies in RINA accepted @ Wiley magazine

UPC has lead the work on the PRISTINE paper entitled “Scalable Topological Forwarding and Routing Policies in RINA-enabled Programmable Data Centres“, which has been accepted for publication at the Wiley Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies. Congrats to the UPC team! Abstract Given the current expansion of cloud computing, the expected advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the demands of future 5G network infrastructures, […]

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Paper performing a RINA threat analysis accepted for publication at IEEE Systems

We are happy to report that a PRISTINE paper lead by the Thales team has been accepted for publication at the IEEE Systems journal! The paper, entitled “Identification of Threats and Security Risk Assessments for Recursive Internet Architecture” performs a threat analysis of RINA at the architecture level applying the SecRAM security risk assessment methodology. Abstract […]

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IEEE SDN Newsletter on “Challenges of network slicing”

PRISTINE researchers Neil Davies and Peter Thompson (Predictable Network Solutions) have published an IEEE SDN Newsletter on  the “Challenges of network slicing“. In this piece of writing, Neil and Peter explain that a proper network slicing solutions needs to provide a set of good properties for performance and connectivity isolation, assurance of this isolation, scalability […]


IEEE SDN Newsletter on “Progressive Network Transformation with RINA”

PRISTINE researchers Kewin Rausch and Roberto Riggio (CREATE-NET) have published an IEEE SDN Newsletter on “Progressive Network Transformation with RINA“. In this piece of writing, Kewin and Roberto explain their work on deploying IP over RINA in a service chaining use-case environment, demonstrating that operators and service providers can start benefiting from the deployment of […]

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