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My name is Gianni Antichi. I am a Senior Research Associate at the Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge and ONF (Open Networking Foundation) Research Associate. I am a member of the Networks and Operating Systems group.


Currently my research interests focus on:
  • SDN network architectures
  • Network monitoring and measurements
  • Hardware accelerated networking systems
  • Packet classification
  • Interdomain routing


I am directly involved in the following projects:
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    Open Source Network Tester is an open-source hardware traffic generator and capture system

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    The focus of the project is to enable added-value services to be provided thanks to Software-Defined Networking (SDN), on top of Internet Exchange Points and other network interconnnection fabrics

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    The project focuses on techniques for the management of federated private cloud infrastructures, in particular cloud networking techniques within software-defined data centres and across wide-area networks

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    The NetFPGA is a line-rate, flexible, and open platform for research, and classroom experimentation.



News

  • 11/10/2015: NetFPGA SUME first release!
    The NetFPGA is a line-rate, flexible, and open platform for research, and classroom experimentation.

  • 10/09/2015: TouSIX-Manager code is released open source!
    TouSIX-Manager is an Python application for automating the management of TouSIX fabric.

  • 15/06/2015: TouSIX, the first european SDN-enabled IXP is born!
    TouSIX is providing an interconnected network infrastructure in 3 PoPs around Toulouse city and is interconnected with the Paris FranceIX and LyonIX IXPs.

  • 01/02/2015: SSICLOPS project starts
    The project focuses on techniques for the management of federated private cloud infrastructures, in particular cloud networking techniques within software-defined data centres and across wide-area networks.

  • 01/01/2015: ENDEAVOUR project starts
    The focus of the project is to enable added-value services to be provided thanks to Software-Defined Networking (SDN), on top of Internet Exchange Points and other network interconnnection fabrics.





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