Lyatiss is a spinoff of INRIA (French National Institute for Computer Science).
Lyatiss has been co-founded by researchers from INRIA and the École Normale de Lyon (Laboratory of Parallel Computing) France.
Lyatiss's innovation and technology come from research programs on Grids, Clouds and future Internet architecture conducted with key international actors in these fields.
Faced with the rigidity of existing network infrastructure, the founding team of Lyatiss worked on issues and solutions that enable an enterprise:
- to optimize the overall infrastructure by combining the control of network and IT equipments (hardware), with a "green" approach;
- to guarantee the quality of service regardless of the traffic and configuration of the networks and servers;
- to deploy new value-added services.
CVs of key persons
Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet, PhD, HDR, Research Director at INRIA, hold CS PhD, HDR degrees from University of Lyon. She is leading the RESO team at LIP/INRIA (25 members) and the Semantic Networking research axis of the INRIA BellLabs Common Laboratory. She was WP leader of the European IST FP5 DataGrid project, was member of FP5 DataTAG, has co-chaired the GGF Data Transport RG. She is currently is in the Steering Committee of GRID5000, member of FP7 OGF-Europe, leading the ANR HIPCAL project, the INRIA activity within the EU FP6 EC-GIN, the ANR IGTMD projects, in the CARRIOCAS project. She chairs or participates to international conferences' program committees (IEEE CCGrid, BroadNets, GridNets ITC, HPDC, PFLDNET...). She has chaired more than 10 PhDs, published more than 80 papers on Networks&Grids in International Conferences&Journals.
Sébastien Soudan received his Diplôme d’Ingénieur from École Centrale de Lyon, France, in 2005. He completed a M.Sc. in Computer Science, with honors, from École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France, in 2006 and a PhD under the supervision of Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet in the INRIA RESO team in November 2009. His thesis is entitled “Bandwidth Sharing and Control in High-Speed Networks: Combining Packet- and Circuit-Switching Paradigms”. He has research interests in resource sharing in networks, network scheduling, optical networks, network economics, and game theory. He has been involved in EU FP6 EC-GIN and System@tic CARRIOCAS projects. He has received the Marconi Young Scholar award from the Marconi Society in October 2009.