CCR is the magazine of the ACM SIGCOMM. It publishes both peer-reviewed technical papers and non-peer reviewed editorial content. In keeping with its historical mission as a newsletter for the SIG, it also serves as a forum for the publication of reports from workshops and conferences in the general area of computer communication. As of 2012, the best of CCR papers also appear for presentation at ACM SIGCOMM.
Computer Communication Review (CCR) is a publication of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOMM) and publishes articles on topics within the SIG's field of interest. Technical papers accepted to CCR typically report on practical advances or the practical applications of theoretical advances. CCR serves as a forum for interesting and novel ideas at an early stage in their development. The focus is on timely dissemination of new ideas that may help trigger additional investigations. While the innovation and timeliness are the major criteria for its acceptance, technical robustness and readability will also be considered in the review process. We particularly encourage papers with early evaluation or feasibility studies.
Please let the Editor know if you are interested in being a reviewer for CCR. Send your name, your affiliation, your research interests, and a pointer to a website that has a list of your publications. Your name will be circulated to the Area Editors and you will be assigned papers as appropriate.
Starting with the July 2016 issue, CCR is only available online via https://ccronline.sigcomm.org
Previous issues can be found here: http://www.sigcomm.org/ccr/papers/
An archive of CCR papers can be found here.