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  1. Concept of Shadow Network Dr. Mazlan Abbas Wireless Communications Cluster Oct. 18, 2011

  2. The Mobile Internet is Creating New Challenges for Mobile Operators Devices/Users Mobile Internet Capacity Gbytes 14 1,000,000 MobileInternet Capacity Demand 12 100,000 Desktop Internet 10 10,000 8 1000 10B+ Connected Devices PC +1B 6 100 Minicomputer Capacity Supply +100M 4 10 Mainframe +10M 1 2 +1M 0 2010 2000 1990 1980 1960 2020 2010 2013 2015 2016 2011 2012 2014 1970 Source: Morgan Stanley Mobile Internet Report Dec ‘09 Source: Rysavy Research Feb;10

  3. Facing the Mobile Data Crunch

  4. “Your Device Being Part (Extension) of You” Think / Emotion /Listen / See /Read / Location Accelerometer Digital Compass Gyroscope GPS Microphone Camera MP3 Player Video “It captures your personality”

  5. How Shadow Network Looks Like? Hierarchical and Fixed?

  6. How Shadow Network Looks Like? Hierarchical and Fixed? Hierarchical System Architecture

  7. What Do You See?

  8. WCC Brainstorming Session “TEAPOTS – Thinking Elicitation and Problem Outstripping Tactics Session”

  9. Shadow Network “Flexible network that can form and adapts to its surrounding environment”

  10. User Generated Artificial Natural

  11. How Do You Make Network That Changes Shape? A network that is “alive”, “evolve” and form according to the traffic scenarios.

  12. A network that always get connected.

  13. A network that “always get supported” from different networks.

  14. Mesh/Internet/Heterogeneous Network Jungle Bursty Traffic Volcano Shortest Route / Dedicated Network Tunnel Tunnel Beamforming Buildings

  15. Using Shadow Network as a Mobile Data Offloading Solution Big / Small Volatile / Non--Volatile Opportunistic Time-based Instantaneous Controlled / Non-Controlled Dependent / Independent Destructive / Non-Constructive Reactive / Proactive Centralized / Decentralized Intensity / Capacity Virtual / Real External Entity Expansion / Evolve Morph Adaptive Random / Deterministic

  16. Beam forming and Adaptive Array Antennas Community Based Networks DMZ / Honeypot Networks Dynamic Mobile Cloud Ubiquitous Network High Altitude Platforms Satellite QoS NEMO Best Effort / Ad-Hoc Hotspots / Repeater / Relay / Sporadic Gateway Redirection / Local Caching / Internet Caching Piggyback / Shared Resources Mesh / Internet / Heterogeneous Network/ World Wild Web

  17. “Opportunistic Networking (Store-Carry-Forward)” Mobile Ad-Hoc networks, intermittently connected and suitable for delay tolerant applications. Opportunistic networks are human-centric because they opportunistically follow the way humans come into contact. Mobility models based on social behavior represent an important tool for testing the performance of opportunistic systems.

  18. Virtual Social Network overlay atop the Electronic Social Network

  19. SUMMARY Shadow Network is still a CONCEPT Its an IDEAL Network Its HETEROGENEOUS Its INTELLIGENT It LEARNS It EVOLVES Its ALIVE!

  20. THANK YOU