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02 May 2011
Albentia Systems, a leading global manufacturer of interoperable WiMAX 802.16 2009 network equipment based in Spain, has signed a technological cooperation agreement with Institute IMDEA Networks for the sponsorship of researchers working on 4G wireless networks.
Balaji Rengarajan
28 Apr 2011
Interview with Balaji Rengarajan. Staff Researcher, Institute IMDEA Networks
12 Apr 2011
Institute IMDEA Networks, a research institute in the area of computer networking backed by the Madrid Regional Government, in collaboration with NEC Laboratories Europe and University Carlos III of Madrid, has announced the filing of a patent application last February 9th. It establishes a novel method for the reduction of the energy consumption of a network by minimizing the number of active nodes involved in any given communication.
internet earthquake
11 Mar 2011
Dr. Li brings to the team extensive experience in areas including network security, Internet architecture and networking protocols.
CARMEN CARrier grade MEsh Networks
08 Mar 2011
The CARMEN project will allow the provision of carrier-grade services over wireless mesh networks comprised of heterogenous radio technologies, meaning more available, easier-to-deploy services at lower cost.
26 Jan 2011
A hundred or so Internet users account for 75% of P2P content, according to a new study conducted by the Carlos III University.
Graphic on downloads
26 Jan 2011
A study conducted by the Carlos III University reveals that a mere one hundred or so users account for 66% of illegal files posted on-line.
25 Jan 2011
Before tackling the proposed Spanish 'Sinde' Act (the trending topic of late), it's worth mentioning the other paths available to the creative industry to defend its rights and which have absolutely nothing to do with legislation.
imagen filtro voz
25 Jan 2011
A study conducted by the Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M) pinpoints and paints a profile of those users who post content on the most popular on-line P2P piracy networks, and goes on to explain the incentives underpinning their work.
Groucho glasses
25 Jan 2011
For years, antipiracy companies like MediaDefender (read our 2007 profile) have scratched out a living by flooding peer-to-peer file-sharing networks with bad data. While the techniques differ, the goal is the same: to make online piracy just enough of a hassle that legal alternatives look good by comparison.