Device born in Italy puts the turbo on the internet

The device capable of sending complex signals on optical fibers promises to turbo the internet and telecommunications, making communications much more efficient. It is a revolution comparable to that occurred in electronics thanks to smaller and more powerful chips. Described in Nature Photonics journal, the device was born in Italy, from the Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies (TeCIP) of

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CNIT going to lead the first international project standardizing Attribute Based Encryption techniques for Mobile, Cloud and Internet of things platforms.

Sophia Antipolis, FRANCE. CNIT will lead the first international project aimed at including Attribute Based Encryption techniques in standard architectures devised for Mobile, Cloud and Internet of things systems. Traditional encryption schemes protecting data are sided with a software infrastructure providing access control facilities. However, several threats may compromise the software infrastructure and the confidentiality of information. Attribute Based

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Antonella Bogoni presents the Project ROAM on QN

Sunday, February 5, 2017, exactly two years after the start of the activity, it has appeared on the National newspaper “La Nazione” an article by Prof. Antonella Bogoni of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, introducing the Project ROAM coordinated by CNIT, and its innovative “silicon chips”. ROAM, an acronym for “Revolutionising optical fibre transmission and networking using the Orbital Angular

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