Selfie Networks showcases user-centric slicing with ONF.
September 28, 2020
Selfie Networks, in collaboration with the Open Networking Foundation and Intel, showcased the first user-centric premium quality service that works with privacy and net neutrality. The presentation was part of ONF's Spotlight Series on 5G Transformation with Open Source.
The demonstration focused on a premium network quality service optimized for real-time videoconferencing tools, and showed the use of network tokens as part of ONF's Aether platform.
Network Tokens announced at IETF meeting.
July 27, 2020
Today we announced network tokens at IETF's 108 meeting and published the first open specification as an IETF draft. Network tokens provide an open and secure method for end users and application providers to coordinate with the network about how their traffic is treated ( e.g., to access a 5G slice, a firewall allowlist or a zero-rating service ).
Network tokens aim to replace complex, insecure, and privacy-invasive application signatures with a deterministic mechanism to build network services.
Selfie Networks releases its State of Zero Rating 2019 report.
October 10, 2019
Selfie Networks releases its first edition of the "State of Zero Rating report", an annual publication covering zero rating programs and network differentiated services worldwide. It is the first-ever publication that focuses on the actual process for application providers to participate in zero rating programs, on the implementation challenges of mobile operators to offer such programs, and the interplay between technology and net neutrality compliance.