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Research centre of IMDEA Networks
Jan 18 2010
The Regional Government of Madrid and University Carlos III collaborate in the building of an International centre of excellence in network communications research.
Albert Banchs
Jan 14 2010
Interview: Albert Banchs, Deputy Director of the Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies in Networks – IMDEA Networks.
Nov 26 2009
18 projects have been awarded funding and 9 the ranking of “CEI 2009” (Campus of Excellence 2009). Nine projects coordinated by 11 universities will receive more than 103 million Euros to startup their “Strategic Plans for conversion to... +
Nov 18 2009
Digital audio-visual (AV) content is today a medium that is in high demand by home users, thanks to the continuous technical development of electronic devices that achieve a quality of output that was not long ago the unique preserve of... +
Arturo Azcorra
Oct 22 2009
The appointment by the Spanish Council of Ministers of Dr. Arturo Azcorra Saloña, former Director of IMDEA Networks, asDirector General for Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurial... +
Arturo Azcorra
Sep 01 2009
Interview with Arturo Azcorra, Director of IMDEA Networks. This professor of the Carlos III University of Madrid is the head of IMDEA Networks, an international research institute that focuses its activity on developing fundamental scientific and... +
Quantum Computing Networking
Jul 16 2009
Quantum theory explores the world of the very small and the very unexpected. Since its inception early last century, the study of the discontinuous (quantum) behavior of atoms and molecules has put to the test the capacity for comprehension of the... +
Shim6 technique
Jul 07 2009
As the Internet more and more becomes a business critical resource, it is expected that increasing numbers of Internet users will require two or more independent connections to the Internet, a practice called "multihoming". Multihomed Internet users... +
Global networks
May 26 2009
The application of quantum technologies to communications networks promises revolutionary changes to the secure, high–speed transmission of information across wired and wireless networks.