Talaia Networks, S.L. is a spin-off of UPC led by the researchers of the CBA research group Pere Barlet-Ros, Josep Sanjuàs-Cuxart and Josep Solé-Pareta. Talaia Networks develops and commercializes innovative network measurement and traffic analysis systems based on cutting-edge technology inspired by the research developed within the CBA group. Talaia's flagship product SE-1000 extracts and presents high-level information from network traffic to help companies better manage and operate their communications infrastructure.
Project Website: http://www.talaianetworks.com
The Broadband Commincations Research Group of UPC started working on LISP in February 2009. We will continuously update this page with our results, as they become available. You can now download CoreSim, our large-scale LISP deployment simulator and results of a comparison between the LISP+ALT and LISP-DHT mapping systems. The project continues with the development and implementation of LISPmob.
Project Website: http://www.cba.upc.edu/lisp
Nanotechnology involves development of materials and even complete systems at atomic, molecular or macromolecular levels in the dimension range of approximately 1-500 nanometers. Current investigation looks to provide detailed understanding of unique properties that materials exhibit at the nano-scale size. This technology gives us the possibility to create taylormade materials, trough the atom manipulation. If we know the atom's properties, we can organize them in a way that give us, as a result, materials with special conditions that do not necessary exist in the nature.
One of the areas where nanotechnology holds the most significant promise is the area of networks. The main idea of nano-networks or nano-scale communication has been initiated from the on-chip communication for electronic circuit design domains (Network-On-Chip). This project is focused on nano-networks as a response to the necessity to study the technical issues related to the intersection of nanotechnologies with networking and communication. Nano-networks will allow communicating nanomachines, defined as molecular scale objects that are capable to perform simple tasks.
Project Website: http://www.cba.upc.edu/N3cat