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reTHINK – Trustful hyper-linked entities in dynamic networks

The main goal of the reTHINK project is to design and prototype a new, non telecom centric, but Web-centric P2P Service Architecture enabling dynamic trusted relationships among distributed applications called Hyperlinked Entities (“Hyperties”) that support use-cases beyond commoditized telephony such as contextual and social communications, M2M/IoT and content oriented services. This project will enable any type of service delivery through specialized end-to-end network quality commitments, powered by specialized P2P and/or Cloud services (delivered as SaaS, PaaS or IaaS).

ICIN’17 – Call for papers: March 7 – 9, 2017, Paris, France

CALL FOR PAPERS – ICIN 2017 20th ICIN conference Innovations in Cloud, Internet and Networks March 7 – 9, 2017 Paris, France Event website: Technically Co-Sponsored by IEEE, IEEE Communications Society & IFIP TC6 All accepted and presented... 
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TADSummit Revisited – Paulo Chainho answers questions on the reTHINK project

After the presentation of December during the Tadsummit ( Paulo Chainho has been invited to give an update of the reTHINK project. He answered the following questions: What is meant by service delivery? Is it required given the rise... 
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reTHINK publishes 1st version of its framework

The reTHINK project makes its code repository at github ( publicly accessible under the Apache 2.0 license ( The code implements the reTHINK framework and is available to anyone to explore it. You might want to read some of... 
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reTHINK @ ICT2015 in Lisbon

Paulo Chainho gave a presentation “Rethink and don’t be afraid to disrupt in Future Internet Architecture –seamless interoperability with no (large and complex) standards” at the ICT 2015 that took place in Lisbon on October 20-22 2015. Please click... 
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reTHINK @ TADSummit 2015

Paulo Chainho gave a keynote presentation at the resent TADSummit 2015 (Telecom Application Developer Summit) that took place in Lisbon on November 17-18 2015. He provided a brief review of the challenges for telecom operators, developers and end-users are... 
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The New Genome – Good Enough Network of Moving Endpoints

By Rebecca Copeland, 10th October 2015.   Traditional Telcos cannot compete with the vibrant range of services that spring up in the world of the web. It is not in their DNA, due to long development cycles, protracted testing,... 
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19th ICIN conference, 1-3 March 2016 in Paris

Call for Papers now available The Call for Papers for the ICIN 2016 conference is available and submissions are open through the EDAS system. Prospective authors are invited to submit review manuscripts for ICIN 2016, to be held in... 
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