The multinational organisation is encouraging the migration of the Internet to the IPv6 protocol in order to relieve the economic and social unceOECDrtainty that would cause a jam on the Web.
24 Apr 2008
The objective of these Workshops is to discuss the importance of the technological medium of telematics networks in general, and REDIMadrid in particular, for the development of leading research activities at world level.
09 Apr 2008
Nowadays we can connect to the Internet in a great many places: at home, at work, in cafés, airports etc. And we are starting to become accustomed to all the services and applications that being connected provides in our everyday lives. Connecting vehicles is a natural step that will provide numerous advantages. These benefits will include bringing the more traditional applications (Web surfing, e-mail access or multimedia downloads) to our car seat, connecting the many devices that we already have installed in our cars (onboard computers, music and video players, sensors etc) to the Internet to stay up to date and inform us of possible problems, or arranging an appointment with the garage automatically when needed.
19 Feb 2008
Gonzalo Camarillo, a member of the Scientific Council of IMDEA Networks, has been appointed as a member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) - a body of 12 experts who play a major role in the evolution of the Internet. The IAB is a committee of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) that oversees the technical and engineering development of the Internet by the Internet Society (ISOC).
12 Feb 2008
Prof. Dr. Nicholas Maxemchuk takes up position as Chief Researcher at IMDEA Networks.
Spanish Research is given another boost in the European Union's 2nd Conference for The Marco VII Programme
24 Jan 2008
The expertise of Spanish research groups are beginning to spill over into the private sector thanks to new European initiatives. Projects, such as EUROINGENIO and IMDEA Networks, which promote the mutual and continuous exchange of knowledge, are transferring to Spanish companies the tremendous success that has recently been observed in its R&D sector.
The IETF names Marcelo Bagnulo as chairman of the MEXT working group for mobility extension protocols
29 Nov 2007
Dr. Bagnulo is a Professor at the University of Carlos III and works as a scientific researcher, in collaboration with the international research institute, IMDEA Networks.
27 Aug 2007
We live in a globalised world in which the generation of knowledge is the essential raw material for the creation of wealth. This fact, so often repeated, is so evident that developing countries such as China and India already invest as much as developed countries in the generation of new scientific knowledge. They are developing structures to transform this knowledge into technology, which later will be applied by businesses in new processes, products and services considered innovative by the markets.