Deploying Future Internet Applications in Mobility First Project’s GENI-Based Environment

Begun in the fall of 2010, MobilityFirst is one of five Future Internet Architecture proposals funded by NSF’s Future Internet Architecture project. Led by WINLAB at Rutgers University, the MobilityFirst project is a multi-university collaborative research effort that proposes mobility and trustworthiness as central design goals for the future Internet. It addresses mobility by cleanly […]

GENI is ready to use!

GENI is a new, nationwide suite of infrastructure supporting "at scale" research in networking, distributed systems, security, and novel applications. It is supported by the National Science Foundation, and available without charge for research and classroom use.


Find out more about using GENI


    20th GENI Engineering Conference
    June 21 – 24, 2014 at UC Davis, Davis, CA
    More info coming soon!

    US Ignite Application Summit
    June 24 – 27, 2014 in Silicon Valley, CA
    Transportation from UC Davis will be provided.
    More info coming soon!

    For more information on past and future GECs, visit the GENI Wiki