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european network technologies connecting the digital society
European Network Technologies Connecting the Digital Society
  • Future Networks EU Research
  • for the ubiquitous ultrafast Internet of the future enabling every European to have a broadband connection to the digital society (Digital Agenda for Europe) and a strong competitive supporting industry

Radio Access and Spectrum Use

Future Internet Technologies

Converged and Optical Networks

main trends affecting research and innovation in the communications networks area
Main trends affecting research and innovation in the communications networks area

Societal drivers:

Urbanisation

Smart cities

Mobility

Information availability

Social networks

Privacy

Security

Energy efficiency

Demographic trends

Healthcare

Education

Research & Technology drivers:

Capacity/Efficiency

Service/Content centricity

Virtualisation & “Cloudification”

Cognition

Context awareness

Manageability

Self-organisation

Self-optimisation

Cross-layer optimisation

Flexibility

Smart environments, Sensors M2M

novel internet architectures
Novel Internet Architectures

Clean Slate/

Visionary Internet

Motivations

  • - 30 years old internet architecture, host centric
  • - Not design to natively support mobility, security, QoS…
  • - Issues solved from overlay perspective;
  • - multiple approaches proposed to develop new Internet architectures: ICN, CCN, NDN…Idea: decouple content from access port;
  • - Still unsolved problems: scalability is typical; applicability to large range of applications

Objectives

  • -Further validate innovative architectural approaches;
  • - Solve unsolved remaining issues;
  • - get closer to deployment, validate migration paths.

Evolutionary

Internet

ict 5 smart networks and novel internet architectures 23 m
 ICT 5. Smart Networks and novel Internet Architectures (23 M€)
  • Novel architectural and networking approaches to information delivery and access
  • Key functionalities:
  • Security, trust, mobility and scalability (built-in)
  • Impact:
  • Strengthen the EU datacom/telecomindustry
  • Contribution to industrialstrategies and roadmaps
  • Establish links with international initiatives
  • Contribution to large scale trials
  • Type of Action:
  • Research and Innovation – Small projects
smart network technologies
Smart network technologies

Motivations, technological building blocks for:

  • - Flexibility in both optical and wireless networks,
  • - higher rates, access and core;
  • - application to novel usage scenarios (e.g. data centres connectivity, novel user driven scenarios..)
  • - New frequency bands and spectrum usages (both fiber and wireless)
  • - satellite role and contribution
ict 6 smart optical and wireless network technologies 1 2
ICT 6. Smart optical and wireless network technologies 1/2

Innovative network technologies addressing the increasingtraffic and the multiplicity of usages (29 M€)

  • Optical networks
  • - Flexible management
  • - Very high speed transmission and access
  • - Efficient data center architectures
  • Scalability, cost and energyefficiency
  • Wireless networks
  • - New paradigms for wirelessconnectivity
  • - Flexible use of spectrum
  • - Addressing usage diversity
  • Hybrid (terrestrial/satellite) infrastructure for extensive coverage and resilience
ict 6 smart optical and wireless network technologies 2 2
ICT 6. Smart optical and wireless network technologies 2/2
  • .
  • Expectedimpact:
  • - Strengthencurrent EU industrialcapabilities on wireless and optical
  • - Reduceenergyconsumption (10x)
  • - Higherspectrumefficiency, lower radiation
  • - Support new applications and services
  • - Community building, coordination with national initiatives (Support Actions)
  • Type of action:
  • Research and Innovation – Small projects
  • Support Actions (2M€)
  • Support to dissemination, standardisation, international cooperation, industrialroadmapping, etc
inducement prizes network technologies
Inducement PrizesNetwork Technologies
  • a) Breaking the optical transmission barriers
  • Maximise the fiber transmission capacity per channel
  • b) Collaborative sharing of spectrum
  • Novel methods for decentralised spectrum management
  • Impact:
  • - Stimulate high-level scientific work
  • - Attract new organisations
  • - Create ICT awareness on public and young researchers
  • Type of action: Prizes (2X 1 M€)
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Network Technologies at

ICT 2013: Create, Connect, Grow

6-8 November 2013, Vilnius

Wehope to seeyouat the followingrelated sessions:

  • 6 November 2013 16:00-16:45 (Room 1): ICT 14 Advanced 5G Network Infrastructure for Future Internet (Bernard Barani)
  • 7 November 2013 16:50-17:35 (Room 1): ICT 5 & ICT 6 Smart Networks and novel Internet Architectures/Smart optical and wireless network technologies(Philippe Lefebvre)
  • 7 November 2013 14:50-15:35 (Room 2): ICT 29 Internet of Things and Platforms for Connected Smart Objects(Werner Steinhoegl/Peter Friess)