Ever since releasing Bowser, the world’s first mobile WebRTC browser, to the public in 2012 we have been asked to share our implementation. Today it’s happening!
Lately I’m starting to hear second thoughts about NFV and SDN. Continue reading
Current radio channel models will not work well in 5G. Why and what is being done? Continue reading
Are you listening? Continue reading
Eventually, all printed signs, advertising posters, price tags and similar information carriers will be replaced by electronic displays, wirelessly connected to the Internet and managed by cloud services. This will require simple, and yet secure, ways to deploy, configure and manage them. Continue reading
The HotSDN workshop covers many interesting issues of Software Defined Networks (SDN): from new ideas for designing switch hardware and APIs, over new software platforms for better control and management of SDN, to specific SDN use cases.
Logging in to your favorite e-shopping site, you can verify the server’s authenticity with public key technology that didn’t even exist when the Internet started to form.
Most researchers now agree that energy performance is an important requirement for 5G. At the recent PIMRC conference, we presented some of our latest research findings in this area.
The video coding standard HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding), was made a formal standard last year. It provides the same visual quality with 50% lower bitrate, compared to the previous standard H.264/AVC. This year, media companies are busy implementing HEVC. But of course research and development doesn’t stop there!