The Final Program of the 2015 OMNeT++ Summit is Available
INET 3.0.0 is now available for download. This release contains a lot of new features and fixes compared to 2.6. Please read the what’s new file carefully to see all the changes in detail. This release is not source compatible with 2.6 so you may need to adjust your models after upgrading.
This release is the second snapshot of the development that has begun in early 2013, and will culminate in the release of INET-3.0. The code is now fairly stable and we do not expect major changes before 3.0.
The highlights of this release are:
The 2nd OMNeT++ Community Summit (OMNeT++ 2015) is a two-day workshop that will be held at IBM Research - Zurich, Switzerland, on Thursday and Friday, September 3-4, 2015. The summit brings together developers and researchers to discuss applications and ideas on the important topics of integrating simulation models, coupling different simulation tools and providing more accurate and more efficient modeling approaches. Paper submission deadline: June 12th, 2015
Last year we have reported about a French-language textbook on simulation written by Prof. Ken Chen (Universite Paris 13). The expanded version of the book is now available in English, published jointly by Wiley and ISTE. The book provides introduction into simulation and mathematical modeling as the most used methodologies for performance evaluation, and presents OMNeT++ as an example of simulation software, devoting an entire chapter to it. "I am convinced that OMNeT++ is among the most suited and efficient tools for teaching simulation, and, IMHO, the first one in the open source category," the author writes in a private communication.