Technologies - Πηγές - Projects
The Telematics Applications Programme, one of the European Commission's research programmes, is aimed at stimulating RTD on applications of information and/or communications technologies in areas of general interest.
INFOSEC. Security of Telecommunications and Information Systems. This site contains the results of actions in the field of Information Security which were conducted from 1996 to 1998 and are now complete.
Networking Projects developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Current and past WCTG (Wireless Communication Technologies Group) Projects. National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Research programs-projects (software tools) developed by NIST.
SpeechDat is a series of speech data collection projects funded by the European Union. The aim of the SpeechDat data collections is to establish speech databases for the development of voice operated teleservices and speech interfaces.
DANTE (Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe) plans, builds and operates advanced networks for research and education. It is owned by European NRENs (national research and education networks), and works in partnership with them and in cooperation with the European Commission.
ComNets is involved in research projects funded by the European Union (EU) and the Bundesministerium fuer Bildung und Forschung (BMBF). Rwthaachen University, Department of Communication Networks.
Projects developed by the Advanced Network Technologies and Services Lab.
MIT Project Oxygen: Network Technologies.
Current projects developed by the INTEC Broadband Communication Networks research group of the Gent University.
Projects developed by the Wireless & Cable research group of INTEC (Gent University).
NetOS projects developed by the Computer Laboratory in the University of Cambridge.
AT&T Labs, INC - Research Projects (Internet and Network Systems).
Active Networking, ATM Signaling, Extreme Networking, Optical Burst Switching, Gigabit Kits, Network Management, Reliable Multicast, and other projects developed by Applied Research Lab (Washington University in St. Louis).
The Daedalus/BARWAN project at UC Berkeley is concerned with research into Wireless Networking and Mobile Computing. The goal is to combine intelligent, adaptive applications with smart networking software that can multiplex connections over a wide variety of different networking technologies.
The Iceberg Project seeks to demonstrate innovative ways to construct a cellular telephone "core" network, replacing traditional mobile switching centers with Internet Protocol (IP) technology. The project is organized around three broad areas of investigation: Mobility, New application services, Performance.
Rice University Monarch Project: Protocols for Adaptive Mobile and Wireless Networking. The Monarch Project addresses the area of networking support for wireless and mobile hosts.
Research Projects developed by the DataMan Lab (Mobile Computing Laboratory), Rutgers University.
Research Projects developed by the Disco Lab (Laboratory for Network Centric Computing), Rutgers University.
The Ptolemy project studies modeling, simulation, and design of concurrent, real-time, embedded systems.
Projects developed by the Network Technologies and Strategies Research Group.
Projects developed by NEC Europe Network Laboratories.
NEST: Network of Embedded Systems. The main contribution of this project is a real-time network coordination and control middleware that abstracts, controls, and ultimately guarantees the desired behavior of large unreliable networks such as those composed of sensors and actuators.
Indiana University, Project: Network Workbench. The goal of the NSF-funded Network Workbench (NWB) project is to design, evaluate, and operate a unique distributed, shared resources environment for large-scale network analysis, modeling, and visualization.
Optics InfoBase - NEDO Project on Photonic Network Technologies - Development of an OBS Node Prototype and Key Devices.
JXTA Community Projects. JXTA technology is a set of open protocols that enable any connected device on the network, ranging from cell phones and wireless PDAs to PCs and servers, to communicate and collaborate in a P2P manner.
The ubiquitous network project undertaken at the Kyushu Institute of Technology as a part of the Ubila project has focused on the development of three key technologies for ubiquitous networks involving diversity and variability; Internet measurement technology essential for controlling and managing the quality of service, routing technology that considers the condition of network, and application technology built on the advanced QoS-aware routing technology.
Industry Projects - Mobile/Cellular Technology.
Six advanced-technology open source projects.
Jini network technology is an open software architecture that enables Java dynamic networking for building distributed systems that are highly adaptive to change.
Advanced Network program projects. Australian Government, Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts.
Projects developed by the Research Unit in Networking (RUN), University of Liege.