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Objective 1.1: The Network of the Future. FP7 ICT Call 4 Briefing. Rainer Zimmermann Head of Unit ‘Future Networks’ European Commission DG Information Society and Media. Outline. Work Programme 2009/2010 Overview Objective 1.1 Call 4 Proposal Strategies. Where do we stand?. Launched:

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Objective 1 1 the network of the future

Objective 1.1: The Network of the Future

FP7 ICT Call 4 Briefing

Rainer Zimmermann

Head of Unit ‘Future Networks’

European Commission

DG Information Society and Media


Outline

Outline

Work Programme 2009/2010 Overview

Objective 1.1

Call 4

Proposal Strategies


Where do we stand

Where do we stand?

Launched:

FP7 ICT Call 1for proposals in 2007-08

~200 M€ of EU funding,

46 projects funded

Out of 173 proposals received

Ahead of us

WP 2009-10 Objective 1.1: ~190 M€ funding

Call 4 ~110 M€ funding

Call 5 ~80 M€ funding

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Wp 2009 10 main principles

WP 2009-10: Main principles

Projects launched in 2009-10 to have Impact in 2015-20:

Target: Research with Industrial Output (pre-competitive)

Curiosity-driven research -> FET

Solution Exploration -> challenge 1

Prototyping -> challenge 1

Research challenges should:

Encourage firms to explore more innovative options than they would pursue otherwise

Focus on higher-risk ICT collaborative research in a medium to long-term agenda

••• 4


Enabling europe to shape and master the 2015 20 ict landscape

Enabling Europe to shape and master the 2015-20 ICT landscape

In WP 2009-10 are three major technology and socio-economic transformations that Europe should lead:

Future Internet (FI)

Alternative paths to ICT components and systems

ICT for sustainable development

In addition, main drivers mid-to-long termfor ICT research priorities remain valid:

‘more for less’ - more functionality and performanceat lower cost

scalability, adaptability and learning capabilities

reliability and security

••• 5


Pervasive and trustworthy network and service infrastructures 557 m

Pervasive and Trustworthy Network and Service Infrastructures Σ557 M€

Call 5

37 MEuro

>2IPs/

STREP/CSA

Call 4

80 M€

IP/STREP/

NoE/CSA

Call 5

50 MEuro

IP/STREP

/CSA

Call 5

90 M€

IP/STREP

/NoE/CSA

Call 5

110 MEuro

IP/STREP

/CSA

Call 5

80 MEuro

IP/STREP

/NoE/CSA

Call 4

110 M€

IP/STREP


Funding schemes in objective 1 1

Funding schemes in Objective 1.1

Collaborative projects (CP):

STREP: 'small or medium-scale focused research actions‘

IP: 'large-scale integrating projects' (IP)

Network of Excellence (NoE)

Coordination and Support Action (CSA)

Objective is to support a balanced portfolio:

Focused and agile scientific and technological exploration through STREP’s

Concentration of efforts - where needed - through IP’s

Support Actions and NoE’s: only in call 5

Budget per call per instrument in Objective 1.1:


Outline1

Outline

Work Programme 2009/2010 Overview

Objective 1.1

Call 4

Proposal Strategies


Objective 1 1 the network of the future1

Objective 1.1 The Network of the Future

  • Future Internet Architectures and Network Technologies

    • Novel Internet architectures and technologies

    • Flexible and cognitive network management and operation frameworks

  • Spectrum-efficient radio access to Future Networks

    • Next-generation mobile radio technologies

    • Cognitive radio and network technologies

    • Novel radio network architectures

  • Converged infrastructures in support of Future Networks

    • Ultra high capacity optical transport/access networks

    • Converged service capability across heterogeneous access


Objective 1 1 the network of the future

Objective 1.1 The Network of the FutureExpected Impact

  • Strengthened positioning of European industry in the field of Future Internet technologies

  • Reinforced European leadership in mobile and wireless broadband systems, optical networks, cognitive network management technologies.

  • Increased economic efficiency of access/transport infrastructures (cost/bit)

  • Global standards and European IPRs reflecting federated and coherent roadmaps.

  • Wider market opportunities from new classes of applications taking advantage of convergence.

  • Accelerated uptake of the next generation of network and service infrastructures.


Fp7 future networks project portfolio call 1 funding 200 m

FP7 Future Networks Project Portfolio(Call 1 funding: 200 M€)

Future Internet Technologies

MOMENT

MOBITHIN

CHIANTI

MOBILEWEB2.0

4WARD

EPIFSANS

PSIRP

TRILOGY

SMOOTH-IT

AUTOI

EURONF

EIFFEL

N-CRAVE

ETNA

SENSEI

E3

eMobility

HURRICANE

SOCRATES

C-CAST

SENDORA

DICONET

EU-MESH

CARMEN

WHERE

OMEGA

ARAGORN

REDESIGN

MIMAX

WALTER

SARDANA

MULTI-BASE

NEWCOM++

BONE

EUWB

WIMAGIC

REWIND

PHYDAS

FUTON

ROCKET

UCELLS

SFERA

CODIV

ALPHA

DAVINCI

sISI

Radio Access and

Spectrum

Converged and Optical Networks


Outline2

Outline

Work Programme 2009/2010 Overview

Objective 1.1

Call 4

Proposal Strategies

Next Steps


Objective 1 1 the network of the future

Expected Research Advances for Call 4 Projects in: Spectrum-efficient Radio Access to Future Networks

  • Next-generation mobile radio technologies

    • STREPS to develop key technology building blocks adapted for implementation in future high-capacity mobile radio systems

    • IPs expected to take a comprehensive approach to the key technology building blocks of future high-capacity mobile radio systems

    • IPs expected to develop and analyse system evolution paths by jointly designing radio transmission techniques and radio interface protocol stacks and considering spectrum co-existence and sharing

    • Activities that are already in the consolidation phase (e.g. UWB) not expected to submit IPs. Related STREPs only expected if specific and innovative technology enhancements are strongly motivated

  • Cognitive radio and network technologies

    • Ambitious forward-looking solutions to significantly enhance efficiency of spectrum usage

    • Leverage scientific approaches from cognition to be applied in communication systems

    • Solid technical solutions and proof-of-concept necessary to convince regulators and market players

  • Novel radio network architectures

    • Study architectures enabling the innovative usage of licensed, unlicensed or unused radio spectrum with the aim of radical cost- and energy-reduction


Objective 1 1 the network of the future

Expected Research Advances for Call 4 Projects in: Converged Infrastructures in support of Future Networks

  • Ultra high capacity optical transport/access networks

    • Transparent core-access integration, optical flow/packet transport, dynamic wavelength allocation and end-to-end service delivery capability, overcoming the limitations of segmentation between access, metro and core networks and domains

    • Lower cost optical access and the need for energy efficiency

    • IPs are expected to address also a network control plane, supporting flexible management capability of multi-domain and multi-operator contexts with end-to-end carrier grade performance

  • Converged service capability across heterogeneous access

    • Breakthrough technologies and architectures for seamless ubiquitous broadband service delivery, integrating wired and wireless hybrid access networks

    • Generic support for service portability and continuity across composite networks through the service-network interface, with ubiquitous access from any network, from any technological or administrative domain, from any location and with a variety of access devices


Outline3

Outline

Work Programme 2009/2010 Overview

Objective 1.1

Call 4

Proposal Strategies

Next Steps


Consortium strategy 1

Consortium Strategy (1)

  • Both horizontal and vertical integration possible

    • Pre-competitive research -> achieve consolidation among competitors towards open standards (e.g. major industry players driving an IP)

    • Bottom-up research -> vertical integration within the value chain (e.g. technology developer together with potential customer)

Vertical Integration

Technology Developer

Pre-competitive R&D

Technology Supplier

Manufacturer 1

Manufacturer 2

Operator 1

System Integrator

Open Standard

System Vendor/Customer

End Customer


Consortium strategy 2

Consortium Strategy (2)

International Companies and International Cooperation

Non-European companies based in Europe when win-win for Europe (e.g. generation of IPR in Europe)

Joint response to global technological and societal challenges

For mutual benefits

Emphasis on New Member States

High-quality academic base, innovative SME’s, large industry with research

Could be hub for later exploitation in NMS and Associated States

Good opportunity to be administrative coordinator ?

SME

We need to have much more European Innovative SME’s


Evaluation criteria

Evaluation Criteria


More information

More Information

  • The ICT Future Networks web site:

    http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/future-networks/

  • The ICT Future Networks Call 4 Webpage:

    http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/future-networks/evaluation_20090401_en.html


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