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On February 12 – 15 the 19th SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing (PP20) is being held in Seattle, WA, emphasizing the intersection between high performance scientific computing and scalable algorithms, architectures, and software. On the morning of February 13, Reservoir Labs’ Dr. Muthu Baskaran presents “ENSIGN: A Framework for High-performance Tensor Decompositions.” […]


On January 22, 2020 at the 10th International Workshop on Polyhedral Compilation Techniques (IMPACT 2020) Reservoir’s Dr. Benoit Meister and University of Strasbourg’s Dr. Philippe Clauss present their research paper “Uniform Random Sampling in Polyhedra“. This presentation is held during Session 3: “Theoretical advances”, at 2:30pm CET (full agenda here). IMPACT is held in conjunction with HiPEAC, taking place […]


On Monday January 13 – Friday January 17, 2020, CERN hosts the Large Hadron Collider Optical Private Network/Large Hadron Collider Open Network Environment (LHCOPN/LHCONE) Workshop, followed by the 4th Special Interest Group on Next Generation Networks (SIG-NGN) Meeting. At SIG-NGN on January 16 at 12pm CET, Dr. Jordi Ros-Giralt of Reservoir Labs presents research on […]


This year at FloCon in Savannah, GA, January 6 – 9, Reservoir Labs joins the discussion on large-scale data analytics and network security. Dr. Thomas Henretty, Managing Engineer, presents “Uncovering Priority Anomalies using Pattern Discovery as a Roadmap for Contextual Analysis” on January 9, 1:30pm. This talk covers a unique approach to network anomaly detection and prioritization […]


Reservoir Labs is proud to return to Supercomputing (SC19), the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, November 17-22 in Denver, CO. Our team looks forward to sharing recent developments in network performance, high performance data analytics, exascale mapping, and novel approaches to neural network optimization.  We invite you to join us […]


On October 30 – November 1, 2019 at SuriCon in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Reservoir Labs presents a poster session on mCore: Running Suricata on DPDK. Presenting mCore™, a vendor independent, high-performance packet forwarding engine. mCore runs on any DPDK-capable NIC and forwards packets from the NIC to parallel applications, including Suricata and Zeek.  Performance optimizations include (1) […]


On Thursday, October 10, Richard Lethin of Reservoir Labs and Eric Dull of Deloitte co-present “Understanding the Business Impact of Cyber Risk” during the 6th annual New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference (NYMJCSC) at the Microsoft Tech Center in New York City.  Reservoir Labs invites attendees to stop by Reservoir’s exhibit space to discuss […]


This year at ZeekWeek Reservoir Labs’ Dr. Jordi Ros-Giralt is presenting “Identifying Small Heavy-Hitter Flows Using Zeek to Optimize Network Performance” on October 9, 2019 in Seattle, WA. Learn how Zeek can be used as a building block for network operators to help optimize traffic engineering and discover a new Zeek analyzer for parsing sFlow […]


On September 25 and 26, Reservoir Labs will present five papers at The IEEE 2019 High Performance Exascale Computing Conference (HPEC 2019) on topics of emerging interest including Graphs, Networks & Sparse Data, HPC, Advanced Sensing, and AI. The following papers will be presented: Combinatorial Multigrid: Advanced Preconditioners For Ill-Conditioned Linear SystemsFast Large-Scale Algorithm for Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in 3D Media Fast and […]


Benoit Meister of Reservoir Labs presents a paper, Polyhedral Tensor Schedulers, during The 17th International Conference on High Performance Computing (HPCS 2019), July 15 – 19, in Dublin, Ireland. This new research allows us to automatically find and generate the complex parallel code needed for computing with tensors.  The technology utilizes the polyhedral model and […]


At the 2019 SIAM Workshop on Network Science, Jordi Ros-Giralt will be presenting the poster “On the Bottleneck Structure of Positive Linear Programming“, addressing Reservoir Labs’ research and technology for communications traffic bottleneck and flow analysis for  optimization.  The poster illustrates the connection between positive linear programming (PLP) problems and network problem representations.  This research enables new polynomial-time optimization […]


On April 10, 2019, Dr. Jordi Ros-Giralt presents Reservoir Labs’ findings on Selective Packet Capture at High Speed Rates at the Zeek (Bro) Workshop at CERN, Switzerland. Reservoir discusses a workflow to perform selective packet capture using the Zeek sensor at very high speed rates and key data structures needed to efficiently perform this task. Request […]