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Towards first-class status for multicast and mobility

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This is a report of work done at Fraser Research (www.fraserresearch.org) over the summer. Fraser Research is at the vanguard of a movement towards clean-slate implementations of the long-haul parts of the internet, keeping in mind the convergence of media companies, mobile networks and high speed optical fibre infrastructures (Virgin in the UK, Comcast in the US). The notion of “reinventing the internet” was unthinkable a few years ago, but the idea is gaining considerable traction with the people who make money in the business.

Using this new physical network as a substrate, I worked on logical layer protocols (similar to MPLS ) for connection establishment and management, with special emphasis on large-scale multicast (100 million subscribers, say) and mobile clients and servers.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Opera Group Seminars series.

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