Studying connectivity latency in the African region

Revealing latency clusters in Africa.

In this study, we ask a simple question:

  1. What is the inter-country delay in Africa, and how is this impacted by topology and interconnection strategies?
  2. Our long term goal is to exploit this understanding for informing future protocol and application developments in the region.

 

Project Name Revealing latency clusters in Africa
Date Q1 2018
Funding sources Internal
Collaborators
  • Agustin Formoso - RIPE NCC
  • Dr. Josiah Chavula - AFRINIC
  • Amreesh Phokeer - AFRINIC
  • Dr. Gareth Tyson - Queen Mary University of London
  • Dr. Arjuna Sathiaseelan - University of Cambridge
Output/ Outcome

Publications:

  1. IEEE Africon 2017, Cape Town, South Africa 
    1. Also won the Most Outstanding Paper Award
  2. IEEE Infocom 2018, Honolulu, Hawaii - Won the Best-in-Session Presentation Award

Blog posts:

https://www.afrinic.net/blog/333-revealing-latency-clusters-in-africa 

 

 

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