His main research concerns Computer network, Distributed computing, Cloud computing, Embedded system and Middleware. His study in the field of Routing protocol, Virtual network, Network performance and Network switch also crosses realms of Utility computing. The Routing protocol study which covers Wireless ad hoc network that intersects with Routing.
As part of the same scientific family, Paolo Costa usually focuses on Virtual network, concentrating on Testbed and intersecting with Key. His work carried out in the field of Distributed computing brings together such families of science as Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Wireless sensor network, Server and Network topology. His work deals with themes such as Overlay network, Provisioning, Software deployment and Network packet, which intersect with Cloud computing.
Paolo Costa mostly deals with Distributed computing, Computer network, Server, Cloud computing and Scalability. His Distributed computing research also works with subjects such as
His Server research includes elements of Data center and Parallel computing. His Cloud computing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Schedule, Network performance, Bandwidth and Software deployment. His Software deployment research focuses on Interface and how it relates to Testbed.
Paolo Costa focuses on Optical switch, Transceiver, Scalability, Photonics and Switching time. His Optical switch research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nanosecond and Tunable laser. His research in Scalability intersects with topics in Port, Packet processing, Embedded system and Network switch.
His research investigates the connection between Photonics and topics such as Wavelength-division multiplexing that intersect with issues in Bandwidth, Application-specific integrated circuit and Silicon photonics. His Cloud computing research focuses on Bottleneck and how it connects with Computer network. His Computer network research integrates issues from Controller and Schedule.
His primary areas of investigation include Optical switch, Nanosecond, Optoelectronics, Transceiver and Burst mode. He integrates many fields, such as Optical switch and Control reconfiguration, in his works. His Nanosecond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photonics, Electronic component, Circuit switching and Optical amplifier.
His Optoelectronics research is mostly focused on the topic Fiber laser. His study of Transceiver brings together topics like Switching time and Wavelength.
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Towards predictable datacenter networks
Hitesh Ballani;Paolo Costa;Thomas Karagiannis;Ant Rowstron.
acm special interest group on data communication (2011)
Socially-aware routing for publish-subscribe in delay-tolerant mobile ad hoc networks
P. Costa;C. Mascolo;M. Musolesi;G.P. Picco.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2008)
Symbiotic routing in future data centers
Hussam Abu-Libdeh;Paolo Costa;Antony Rowstron;Greg O'Shea.
acm special interest group on data communication (2010)
Camdoop: exploiting in-network aggregation for big data applications
Paolo Costa;Austin Donnelly;Antony Rowstron;Greg O'Shea.
networked systems design and implementation (2012)
The RUNES Middleware for Networked Embedded Systems and its Application in a Disaster Management Scenario
P. Costa;G. Coulson;R. Gold;M. Lad.
ieee international conference on pervasive computing and communications (2007)
Towards lightweight information dissemination in inter-vehicular networks
Paolo Costa;Davide Frey;Matteo Migliavacca;Luca Mottola.
ad hoc networks (2006)
Bridging the tenant-provider gap in cloud services
Virajith Jalaparti;Hitesh Ballani;Paolo Costa;Thomas Karagiannis.
symposium on cloud computing (2012)
NaaS: network-as-a-service in the cloud
Paolo Costa;Matteo Migliavacca;Peter Pietzuch;Alexander L. Wolf.
usenix conference on hot topics in management of internet cloud and enterprise networks and services (2012)
The RUNES middleware: a reconfigurable component-based approach to networked embedded systems
P. Costa;G. Coulson;C. Mascolo;G.P. Picco.
personal, indoor and mobile radio communications (2005)
TeenyLIME: transiently shared tuple space middleware for wireless sensor networks
Paolo Costa;Luca Mottola;Amy L. Murphy;Gian Pietro Picco.
middleware for sensor networks (2006)
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