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Independent 5G Research from Nomor using RLNC

December 12, 2018

Nomor Research, working on the 5G-Xcast project for 5GPPP, acknowledges the advantages of using RLNC in 5G Broadcast/Multicast networks in this interesting paper. 5G-Xcast objectives are to "devise, asses and demonstrate a conceptually novel and forward-looking 5G architecture for large scale immersive media delivery" Link to Paper

Network Coding in Satellites at IEEE Global SIP 2018

November 30, 2018

If you were lucky enough to hear Muriel Medard's Keynote on Network Coding in Satellites - from IEEE Global SIP 2018, check out the link to Slideshare for a refresher. If you missed the Keynote then enjoy the slides for a little insight, and get in touch with us at to learn more about Random Linear Network Coding and how it can help to make satellite communications faster, more efficient and more reliable

NYC DOT Connected Vehicle Pilot update

November 15, 2018

We're very proud to be a technology partner on this important project to save lives and improve traffic flow in NYC. Lisa Rozner with CBS New York reports on the NYCDOT Connected Vehicles Pilot Program. Check out the video at this link on CBS New York

RLNC Ecosystem Partners

Code On seeks to enable the broad adoption of Random Linear Network Coding (RLNC). It does that by providing consulting services and working to build an ecosystem of partners who provide a range of enabling tools and services.