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the role of europe in developing future internet technologies ec initiatives

The Role of Europe in Developing FutureInternet Technologies,EC Initiatives

peter.wintlev-jensen@dg13.cec.be

some key opportunities
Some Key Opportunities
  • Internet Market Growth
  • Internet technologies increasingly central to new services
    • Convergence
    • Mobility Aspects
  • Global Electronic Commerce
  • Global Education and Training
  • ….
key challenges for europe
Key Challenges for Europe
  • Lack of competitive infrastructure -> High Cost of International Telecommunications
  • Fast Technology Cycles
  • Access to Venture Capital and Investments
  • Fragmentation of European Infrastructures for Research and Education
  • Providing Effective means for Interactive Development and Demonstration of Leading Edge Technologies and Applications with a critical mass
  • Improving the European Industrial Role in the Internet Evolution and Standardisation
ec internet related policies
EC Internet Related Policies
  • Regulatory/Legal Aspects
  • Research/Development/Deployment
    • Globalisation
    • Critical Mass/Timely Standards
    • The Network as indispensable Tool for R&D
    • R&D into Network Technologies, Services and Tools
    • R&D into advanced Applications and Content
current actions
Current Actions
  • TEN-34
    • Stop-Gap Measure, Non-optimal Architecture
  • Tools and Applications
    • Telematics for Research
    • Esprit/ACTS
    • Supporting European IETF work
  • TEN-155/QUANTUM
    • Upgrade of Bandwidth to min. 155 Mbit/s
    • Large Scale Pilots of Differentiated QoS RSVP, IPv6, reliable Multi-Casting, MPLS,..
    • Real-Time based Application Demonstrations
    • Better Architecture (IP/ATM based)
next actions
Next Actions
  • EC Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme
    • Basic Research on Key Internet Technologies
    • Applications Oriented Research on Education and Training, Health Care, Electronic Commerce, Collaborative Work, Multi-Media Contents,…..
    • Horizontal Infrastructure Measure to Interconnect Research and Education Networks, Testbeds
information society technologies programme
Information Society Technologies Programme

MultimediaContent and Tools

Systems andServices for the

Citizen

Essential Technologies and Infrastructures

Generic/Future

Technologies

Virtual Enterprises, Collaborative Work,

Virtual Storefront, Security ...

Virtual Hospitals,

Cyber Town Halls ...

New Methods of Work & Electronic Trading

Digital Library,

Virtual Universities,Virtual Laboratories,

New Forms of Content, Intelligent Searching ...

Immersive Virtual Environments,

distributed computing,

Future Internet Protocols and Services, Optical

Networks, Mobile ...

Support for Research

Infrastructure

fp5 ist infrastructure action
FP5 IST Infrastructure Action
  • Unleash the Power of Leading Edge Tools and Services for Support of European Collaborative Research and Education by:Broadband Interconnection of National research and education networks
    • Capacity and Quality matching the best of the National Networks
    • 622Mbit/s - Gigabit/s with differentiated QoS
    • Improving Management and Monitoring
    • Improving International Connectivity to Third Countries
fp5 ist infrastructure action10
FP5 IST Infrastructure Action
  • Enable Experimentation with New Generations of Networking Technologies, Tools, Servicesby:Interconnecting Advanced Testbeds across Europe
    • All Optical Networks
    • Very High Speed Networking and New Protocols
  • Support/Enable Leading Edge Applications Development and Demonstration
    • Support User Access to Testbeds
    • Support Advanced Applications Experiments
    • Support Standards making process and best practice dissemination and Take-up
implementation issues
Implementation Issues
  • What is the Budget?
    • 3% of IST Programme Budget
    • Possible Overall Budget for IST Programme ~ 3.8 BECU (Shared Cost Funding)
  • How to Get the Capacity?
    • Competitive Tenders
    • Public/Private Partnerships
    • Strategic European Interest
  • How to Build the Network?
    • Gigapops?, IP/DWDM?, ...
  • Discussions will start soon with all relevant actors
international cooperation
International Cooperation
  • World-wide Connectivity Essential (e.g. STAR TAP, G-8 GIBN Project)
  • Open Standards Process (Links with NGI, Internet 2, CANARIE III, other initiatives)
  • Joint Experiments, Trials and Workshops
  • IST Programme has Political Mandate to support this
provisional ist calendar
Provisional IST Calendar
  • October 1998: Programme Advisory Group Meeting
  • November 1998: Draft Work Programme for 1999 Published
  • December 1998: Final Adoption by the Council of FP5 and IST (including Budget)
  • Jan 1999: Publication of first Call for Proposals
  • August 1999: First Projects starting
  • Next Calls in March, June, October 1999
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Europe will play a Role in the Future of Internet, but must get to leading edge to Influence
  • Global Approach and Cooperation is Needed
  • European Industry and Academics need to Work together to make it Happen
  • IST Programme offers the Opportunity for Support
relevant www addresses
Relevant WWW Addresses
  • Regulatory/Legal Aspects
    • http://www.ispo.cec.be/eif
  • Current Actions:
    • Telematics for Research http://www.scimitar.terena.nl
    • Esprit http://www.cordis.lu/esprit
    • ACTS http://www.cordis.lu/acts/home.html
  • 5th FP
    • http://www.cordis.lu/fifth/home.html
relationships with thematic programmes
Relationships with Thematic Programmes

Creating a

User-Friendly

Information

Society

Competitive

and SustainableGrowth

Quality of Life &Management of Living Resources

Optimal Use of

Computer Centres,

Clinical and Bio. Databases

Support for

Collaboration and Sharing of Knowledge

Advanced Applications:

Environment Monitoring and Simulation, Digital City

Advanced Applications:

Virtual University, Virtual Enterprise ..

Advanced Applications:Virtual Factory, Virtual Labs ...

Advanced Applications:

Human Genome DB, Earth Observation ....

Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development

Support for Research

Infrastructure

Networking andOptimal Use of

Industrial Computing

Centres, Wind-tunnels,

Laboratories

Sharing

Environment Databases, Earth Observation Data