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Segment routing what the hell is this?

Introduction In the last couple of years the awareness that the network somehow become too complex is rising more and more. Somehow the “stupid network” described by David Isenberg’s [1] become complex again… So it is time to turn the … Continue reading

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Clean state vs Evolutionary research?

Obviously the current IP networks and the Internet as an ecosystem integrating many other IP networks are far away from perfection. Obviously comes the question shall we try to redesign it avoiding all the mistakes that were done and start … Continue reading

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Something on global warming and climate change

Bryan Lovell, the President of the Geological Society of London discuss global warming in relationship to carbon emissions. He says that those who say, “We don’t know what happens when you pump several hundred gigatons of carbon into the atmosphere,” … Continue reading

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David Isenberg – “The Rise of the Stupid Network”

Let’s remember for David Isenberg. Many years ago he wrote “The rise of the stupid network” explaining why when we have dump terminals the network shall be smart e.g “intelligent” and why when we have “clever” terminals like PCs, smartphones … Continue reading

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SOA in Action

“In software engineering, a service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a set of principles and methodologies for designing and developing software in the form of interoperable services. These services are well-defined business functionalities that are built as software components (discrete pieces of … Continue reading

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Andrea

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RFC 1925 as one of the major Network evolution drivers

Last couple of years I was wondering in which direction the world of networking is going. I am a network engineer and I was not sure what path the network industry will follow. The only thing I truly believed were … Continue reading

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Masters Program – Embedded Systems, NBU

I would like to present you something new and interesting – an early bird in Bulgarian IT Masters programs and one of the few that will really give students a chance to design and develop their own products in an … Continue reading

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UK&Ireland

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Vidin and Belogradchik

In September we also got a chance to visit Vidin and Belogradchick. Vidin’s bridge still has not reached Romania but it is almost nearly there. Otherwise Belogradchik is something that has to be seen no doubts about it! Vidin Belogradchik

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