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We present SWAN, a system that boosts the utilization of inter-datacenter networks by centrally controlling when and how much traffic each service sends and frequently re-configuring the network's data plane to match current traffic demand. But done simplistically, these re-configurations can also cause severe, transient congestion because different(More)
The last decade has seen tremendous growth in the deployment of broadband access networks around the world. The proliferation of access bandwidths offered by technologies such as fiber to the home (FTTH) has led to the mushrooming of many new web applications, from traditional search to online interactive maps, social networks, office software, video(More)
With the explosive growth in the demand for cloud services, the Data Center and Data Center Interconnect have to achieve hyper-scale and provide unprecedented elasticity and resource availability. The underlay network infrastructure has to scale to support tens of millions of physical endpoints at low cost; the virtualized overlay layer has to scale to(More)
Most modern routers consist of several line cards that perform packet lookup and forwarding, all controlled by a control plane that acts as the brain of the router, performing essential tasks such as management functions, error reporting, control functions including route calculations, and adjacency maintenance. This control plane has many names; in this(More)
In-Vehicle Displays (IVDs) have the potential to reduce fuel consumption rates (FCR), thus reducing emissions from in-use vehicles. This project is one of the first to simultaneously explore the impact of IVDs and driver training on both fuel consumption and driver behaviour in Canada. To evaluate the effectiveness of IVDs, a field trial was conducted by(More)
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