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We are proud to announce that the live demonstration "Dynamic Cloud Service Placement for Live Video Streaming with a Remote-Controlled Drone," authored by F. Wamser, F. Loh, M. Seufert, P. Tran-Gia, R. Bruschi, and P. Lago, has received the Best Demo Award at the 2017 IEEE/IFIP IM Conference (http://im2017.ieee-im.org/awards).

 

 

INPUT project representatives will be present at the booth of the H2020 projects' cluster on Novel Approaches and Technologies for Resource and Service management (NATRES). We will be glad to interact with you!

The NATRES cluster, participated by the INPUT project, released the first version of the clustering whitepaper.

You can find the entire document at this URL.

First International Workshop on Programmability for Cloud Networks and Applications (PROCON 2016)

To be held in conjunction with the ITC 28 Conference in Würzburg, technically co-sponsored by IEEE and VDE ITG, and in cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM.

This event has been organized by the INPUT and the ARCADIA project.

 

Official workshop webpage: http://procon-workshop.com/

Paper registration deadline: 15th April 2016

Paper submission deadline: 1st May 2016

Official workshop webpage: http://procon-workshop.com/

 

The 3rd All-Hands Meeting of the INPUT project will be held in February 9th-10th 2016, at the RICE insititute of Dublin City University in Dublin, Ireland.

We are proud to announce the first demonstration of the INPUT platform, held at the #InnovationDay15 event organized by Ericsson Italia in the R&D Headquarter in Genova Erzelli.

The demonstration prototype has been realized at a very early stage of the INPUT project, thanks to a tight collaborations between the CNIT and the Ericsson teams.

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