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Intelligence for Smart Networks. Markku Oivo . Director, Applied Research. Transition to Smart Networks. Traditional Networks. Smart Networks. Tele. IP Core Backbone. Access Points. Cellular. Data. Dedicated s ervices Segregated networks Static Limited access devices

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intelligence for smart networks

Intelligence for Smart Networks

Markku Oivo

Director, Applied Research

transition to smart networks
Transition to Smart Networks

Traditional

Networks

Smart

Networks

Tele

IP Core

Backbone

Access

Points

Cellular

Data

  • Dedicated services
  • Segregated networks
  • Static
  • Limited access devices
  • HW is the key enabler
  • Multiple services
  • Common networks
  • Dynamic
  • Multiple access points
  • SW is the key enabler
solid products
SOLID Products
  • SOLID Embedded Engine
    • Stand-alone data engine to manage local system intelligence
  • SOLID SynchroNet
    • Architecture to manage and distribute system intelligence
solid embedded engine
High performance data store

Scaleable

Multi-threaded

Concurrent users

Easily embedded in distributed devices and applications

Small resource requirements

Maintenance free

Automatic recovery

Transaction based

Automatic recovery

Ensures data integrity

SOLID Embedded Engine
solid synchronet
SOLID SynchroNet
  • Networked data integrity
    • Transactional integrity
  • Complex synchronization
    • Supports real-world topologies
  • Programmable control over synchronization
  • High performance
  • Automatic network recovery
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In-flight Internet service infrastructure

Replica managing subset of master

Low bandwidth satellite link

In-flight applications

- Email- Web browsing- Shopping- Airline services

Master storing full system content

value added subscriber services
Value-Added Subscriber Services

Software

Updates

Configuration

Information

Network Service Software

User

Profiles

Statistics

Network Management

future missions
Future Missions

smart

Other

emerging

infrastructure markets:

vehicles

roads

money

buildings

history
History

02/1999

Corporate

hq to US

01/1998

HP OpenView

10/1998

Check Point

06/1992

Company foundedin Finland

03/1999

Shasta

Networks

11/1997

1st financing

round

10/1999

Nokia WAP

Server

07/1992

TEKES financing

06/1994

FRS Data Server

04/1999

FRS of

SynchroNet

01/1998

Intelligent Transaction

Patent filed

06/1996

FRS Embedded Engine

current facts
Current Facts
  • 130 people, growing very fast
  • Second financing round just closed: 50 M$
    • Major international investors (Apax Partners, Banc Boston, Intel, Nokia,...)
  • Locations
    • Finland
      • Helsinki (origin)
      • Oulu (Sep 1, 2000)
    • USA:
      • Mountain View (Silicon Valley, Headquarters)
      • Boston (MA), Boulder (CO), Houston (TX), Chicago (IL)
    • France: Sophia Antipolis
    • India: subcontracting & collaboration
solid in oulu
Solid in Oulu
  • Synergy & collaboration with industry, University and VTT in Oulu (~silicon valley ofmobility)
  • Responsible for research contacts globally
  • Research focus
    • SPI & software engineering
    • Data management in wireless and wireline communication
      • Especially in mobile devices, ubiquitous/pervasive computing, and 3G-4G architectures
  • 20-30 people in 2001
solid isern dieter s questions 1 2
SOLID & ISERN - Dieter’s questions 1/2
  • What you intend to do with ISERN members?
    • Industrial experiments, case studies
    • Sharing industrial experiences, packaging results
    • Joint projects & publishing
      • Joint EU proposals
      • Other joint projects
    • Provide ESE challenges in a fast growing SME environment
      • Often similar to fast growing units in large companies
    • Controlled introduction of new technology (SOLID, ISERN coaching, Application provider)
    • Exhange of personnel
solid isern dieter s questions 2 2
SOLID & ISERN - Dieter’s questions 2/2
  • What benefits we see from ISERN for SOLID?
    • Technology transfer
    • Using the expertise of other members in coaching
    • Networking with top SE researchers
    • Exchanging experiences with other industrial members