My name is Salvatore Loreto and I am originally from Italy.
I spent my childhood among Salerno, Napoli, Florence and Nocera Inferiore.
I went to high school (Liceo Classico G.B. Vico) in Nocera Inferiore (a town in Italy closed to Salerno, the Amalfi coast and the metropolitan city of Napoli) and obtained a Master Degree in Computer Science Engineering from the Napoli University "Federico II".
I received my Ph.D. in Computer Networking in the fall 2006 from the Napoli University "Federico II".
I have been working for several years in Helsinki as Master scientist at NomadicLab "MultiMedia Technology" branch, which is part of Ericsson Research in Finland. There I was involved both in standardization, research projects and strategy related to the Internet in general and in particular VoIP, Media & Web Communication and Internet of Things (IoT).
In IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) I have contributed to several RFC and I have also served as co-chair of the HyBi(BiDirectional or Server-Initiated HTTP: i.e. WebSocket Protocol), SoC (Sip Overload Control) and Apps Area Working Groups.
In 2014 I graduated Executive MBA at Bocconi University in Milan.
In 2015 I moved to Stockholm.
Till mid 2017 I have worked in Ericsson as Strategic Product Manager in the Media Delivery business line, part of the Ericsson Business Unit Media.
Nowadays I work in Ericsson as Strategic Product Manager in the Core Network product line, part of Ericsson Business Unit Digital Services where I work on 5G Core related products.
I am still involved both in standardization and strategy related to the Internet, Media and Web Delivery
I am IEEE Senior Member and I am serving as
Associate Technical Editor and Design & Implementation (D&I) Series editor for the
IEEE Communications Magazine, the flagship monthly publication of the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc).
Cloud and Edge Computing Series editor for the IEEE Communications Standard Magazine
My research interests include but are not limited to
Agile and DevOps metodologies
Cloud and Software Defined Networks (SDN)
application (e.g. HTTP), signaling (e.g. SIP/SDP, XMPP) and transport (e.g. UDP/TCP/SCTP/QUIC) Internet protocols;
Multimedia, NAT traversal and security;
Web Architecture and protocols, WebSocket, Web Real Time Communications (WebRTC), SPDY and HTTP 2.0;
Internet of Things (IoT), specifically Web of Things using 6LowPan, Roll and CoAP protocols;