Dresden, Germany – September 29, 2016 – Code On co-founders Profs. Muriel Médard and Frank Fitzek are participating on Sept. 29th to IEEE’s 5G Dresden Summit as presenter and organizer, respectively. Muriel’s talk is about coding for delay reduction.
The August 15 2016 TECH INSIDER article features Random Linear Network Coding as the next generation of codes for telecommunications.
Code On co-founder Muriel Médard makes the first N2Women list of “10 women in networking/communications that you should know”.
Code On co-founder and 5G Lab Germany coordinator Prof. Frank Fitzek explained at a Nov. 19 IT showcase with Ericsson the current status of research and visualized potential applications.
Cambridge, MA – October 31, 2014 – Code On Technologies announced today that is has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Fierce Innovation Awards: Telecom Edition, an operator-reviewed awards program from the publishers of FierceWireless, FierceTelecom and FierceCable.
By Barb Darrow Who wouldn’t want to watch streamed video over a Wi-Fi connection without the dread “wheel of waiting?” Or 20-times faster satellite data throughput? All without an overhaul of the underlying networks themselves? If that sounds too good to
By Jamie Condliffe LTE might be fast, but it sure ain’t fast enough. Enter new research from MIT and Caltech, which suggests that a little fancy math could boost mobile data transmission rates—by as much as 400 percent. Network World
Submitted by colinneagle on Thursday May 29, 2014 @03:43PM “What if you could transmit data without link layer flow control bogging down throughput with retransmission requests, and also optimize the size of the transmission for network efficiency and application latency
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By Barb Darrow Summary: Check out the cream of the crop of this year’s Structure Launchpad entries — all infrastructure startups — culled from nearly 60 entries. Gigaom’s seventh annual Structure event is nearly upon us, and it’s time to