The UNH-IOL is committed to keeping pace with the evolution of communications technology. The lab is constantly in collaboration with the industry to develop test methodologies and to validate new equipment and protocols. We can publicly disclose that we are currently working with the following technologies and industry forums with the intent of providing testing services in the near future.
Internet of Things (6LowPan)
The UNH-IOL is developing a testing program for IPv6 over Low-Power Wireless Personal Area Networks (6LoWPANs). 6LoWPAN is being standardized by the IETF as a mechanism to allow the operation of IPv6 within constrained networks, specifically those based on IEEE 802.15.4. Small frame size, low bandwidth, sleeping nodes, and low power consumption are some of the properties inherent in these networks. This technology is of particular interest in the smart energy and building automation spaces.
For more information please contact our lead investigator in this area, James Swan.
EXS - Extended Asynchronous Sockets Library
EXS is an implementation of the Open Group's ES-API standard. It is open source under the BSD or GPL license.
OCP - Open Compute Project
The UNH-IOL is developing a certification program in conjunction with the Open Compute Project. This certification program will enable end users to buy with confidence from an approved list of OCP Switch, NOS and Module solutions. The intention to launch a pilot program by the end of 2015. The first in a series of many, UNH-IOL hosted the first module plugfest February 24-27, focused on Transceiver module management, host module electrical verification and link functionality. The next event is planned for May 18 - May 22.
For more information please contact our lead investigator in this area, Christina Dube.
ONUG - Open Networking User Group
University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL) is one of the official staging/testing partner for ONUG. UNH-IOL will provide staging lab resources, equipment and engineering for any demonstrator wishing to stage a multivendor interoperable Proof of Concept demonstration of an ONUG Working Group Use Case. If you are interested in having a proof of concept staged prior to ONUG Spring 2015, please contact Christina Dube.
Is there something else you might be interested in?
If you believe the UNH-IOL may be of service to you, your company, your industry forum and/or your standards effort, please feel free to contact us.