Ramesh Durairaj

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The Internet has seen an increase in complexity due to the introduction of new types of networking devices and services, particularly at points of discontinuity known as network edges. As the networking industry continues to add revenue generating services at network edges, there is an increasing need to provide a systematic method for dynamically(More)
A significant challenge in today's Internet is the ability to efficiently incorporate customizable network intelligence in commercial high performance network devices. This paper tackles the challenge by introducing the Active Flow Manipulation (AFM) mechanism, a key enabling technology of the programmable networking platform Openet. AFM enhances the(More)
After a decade of research and development, IP multicast has still not been deployed widely in the global Internet due to many open technical issues: lack of admission control, poorly scaled with large number of groups, and requiring substantial infrastructure modifications. To provide the benefits of IP multicast without requiring direct router support or(More)
Next generation applications and architectures (for example, Grids) are driving radical changes in the nature of traffic, service models, technology, and cost, creating opportunities for an advanced communications infrastructure to tackle next generation data services. To take advantage of these trends and opportunities, research communities are creating(More)
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