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Taking the Lead Miklós Boda. Quo vadis?. IT Price Erosion…. 1999. 1970. Cost of 1Mb Storage. $ 5,257. $ 0.17. Cost of 1Mhz Processing. $ 7,601. $ 0.17. Cost of 1 Terabit Transmission. $ 150,000. $ 0.12. Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, 2000. Million Subscriber.

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Taking the Lead

Miklós Boda

it price erosion
IT Price Erosion…

1999

1970

Cost of 1Mb Storage

$ 5,257

$ 0.17

Cost of 1Mhz Processing

$ 7,601

$ 0.17

Cost of 1 Terabit Transmission

$ 150,000

$ 0.12

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, 2000

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Million Subscriber

Mobile and Internet users

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“Adam:

You left me free to taste the Fruit of Knowledge

But took away your guiding hand from me.

The Lord:

Your arm is strong, your heart is elevated:

The field is vast and calls for endless labour,

And if you listen you will always hear

A voice to warn you or encourage you”

Imre Madách: The Tragedy of Man

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To take a giant leap

or

  • Choose incremental development/improvement

(this can be accelerated)

universities in the innovation chain
Universities in the Innovation Chain
  • The natural role of universities is in the basic research phase
    • input to industry: ideas and highly skilled graduates
    • at the university:sustainable development

Present

Academic Research

Applied Research

Development

Concepts

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IDEA - RESEARCH- DEVELOPMENT - PRODUCT

Do not separate these steps

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How to connect the two worlds ?

  • Academic Creativity
  • Industrial Expertise and Focus
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Characteristics of industrial R&D

  • Market driven
  • Speed, TTM&TTC
  • Multidisciplinary competences
  • Large investments - return on investments
  • Strategic planning - foresight
  • Cooperation is a must
knowledge seen from a hi tech company point of view
Knowledge,seen from a hi-tech company point of view
  • What can be done?
  • What does the end user want?

Motto : “All research shall have a clear goal”

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ImportanceofTeamwork

  • the knowledge is distributed
  • the power of networking
  • critical mass to build a team
  • monitoring quality
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ETH Design unitsand other PU

TrafficLab

Universities:- BUTE- ELTE

- N.C State University

- Pierre et Marie Curie

- Warsaw

- Columbia

- Twente

Technology

Projects

Technology

Projects

Technology

Projects

Applied research

and

Support to BU

Applied research

and

Support to BU

ETH R&D

- Netperf- IP Services

PU CNM

PU WRN

IP-BSS

DBO

Technologies:

- Traffic Modeling

- Network planning

- Perform. optimizations

- IP QoS technologies

- IP management(DEN)

- IP mobility and ad-hoc

Bridging research to products

the number of our phd between 1992 2000

52

40

25

21

1998

1997

6

1996

1995

3

1

1994

1992

1993

The number of „our” PhD between 1992-2000

2000

76

1999

Strategical cooperation with universities in Hungary,

TUB & ELTE

from idea to product

52

40

25

21

1998

1997

6

1996: Foundation of TrafficLab

1996

3

1995

1

1994

1992

1993

1998: Foundation of NetPerf Product Unit

From Idea to Product

1994: ATM network management (first steps)

1995: First publication: ISS’95 - big success in Berlin

1997 Foundation of Conformance lab

1997 Performance studies for WCDMA(AAL2)

1999: First product sold - PlasmaSIM

1999: Management of IP- based mobile networks

2000: Outstanding Paper Award on INFOCOM

2000: B3G Research

2001: TTCN3

2001 Moniq E2E Performance Monitoring

2002 3G Performance studies

2003 AXD product responsibility

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“Fishing Net”

  • Components of industry and research are intertwined
  • Successful areas pull others
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