|Speaker :||Diego Perino|
|Location:||LINCS Meeting Room 40|
The integration of content oriented functionalitiesÂ inÂ network equipments is of critical importance for the deploymentÂ ofÂ future content delivery infrastructures. However, asÂ todayu2019sÂ high-speed network equipments are mostly designed to carryÂ trafficÂ from one location of the network to another by means of IPÂ addressÂ information, this integration imposes severe changes to hardwareÂ andÂ software technologies. In this talk we focus on system designÂ andÂ evaluation of the basic building blocks enablingÂ content-orientedÂ communication primitives in network equipments.Â Specifically, weÂ present challenges and solutions to realize name-basedÂ forwarding,Â packet-level storage management and content-based temporary stateÂ atÂ high speed. Finally, we briefly introduce our on-going work onÂ theÂ implementation of our solutions on high-speed hardware andÂ softwareÂ platforms, and on the evolution of our designs to supportÂ enhancedÂ content-oriented mechanisms.