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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 mikl s boda

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


Taking the lead mikl s boda

Million Subscriber

Mobile and Internet users


Time needed to reach 50 million users

Life cycle of products and paradigms is getting shorter

Time needed to reach50 million users

RADIO

38

PC

16

4

WWW

Years

Source: The Economist 1998



Taking the lead mikl s boda

“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


Taking the lead mikl s boda


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


Taking the lead mikl s boda

IDEA - RESEARCH- DEVELOPMENT - PRODUCT

Do not separate these steps


Taking the lead mikl s boda

How to connect the two worlds ?

  • Academic Creativity

  • Industrial Expertise and Focus


Taking the lead mikl s boda

  • 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”


Taking the lead mikl s boda

ImportanceofTeamwork

  • the knowledge is distributed

  • the power of networking

  • critical mass to build a team

  • monitoring quality


Taking the lead mikl s boda

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


Taking the lead mikl s boda

“Fishing Net”

  • Components of industry and research are intertwined

  • Successful areas pull others