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Future Internet Research and Experiments EU vs USA. 7 June, 2012 Róbert Szabó Dept. of Telecommunications and Media Informatics Budapest University of Technology and Economics . Agenda. My personal interpretation of the Open Platforms for Innovation session at FIA Aalborg. Programs.

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Future internet research and experiments eu vs usa

Future Internet Research and ExperimentsEU vs USA

7 June, 2012

Róbert Szabó

Dept. of Telecommunications and Media Informatics

Budapest University of Technology and Economics


Agenda
Agenda

  • My personal interpretation of the Open Platforms for Innovation sessionat FIA Aalborg

Robert Szabo (BME-TMIT) <robert.szabo@tmit.bme.hu>


Programs
Programs

EU

USA

GENI

IGNITE

  • FI – PPP

Robert Szabo (BME-TMIT) <robert.szabo@tmit.bme.hu>


Fi ppp eu
FI – PPP (EU)

  • Industry driven initiative set to build an open Future Internet network and service platform

  • Platform instances validation in large scale real-life trials

  • Broad-based collection of Future Internet technical requirements

  • Identification of legal, regulatory and standardization requirements

  • Modeling novel business models and value networks

  • New methods and tools to engage SMEs and foster entrepreneurship

  • Explorative funding instrument to do research create communities

Source: Dr. Petra Turkama, Aalto University, CONCORD CSA

Robert Szabo (BME-TMIT) <robert.szabo@tmit.bme.hu>


Geni infrastructure usa
GENI – Infrastructure (USA)

“Exploring Networks of the FutureThe start of GENI campus expansion”

  • GENI is a virtual laboratory for exploring future internets at scale

  • GENI opens up huge new opportunities

    • Leading-edge research in next-generation internets

    • Rapid innovation in novel, large-scale applications

CAMPUS!!!

Source: Chip Elliott, GENI Project Director


Eu vs us
EU vs US

  • Universities and Campuses

    Vs.

Source: Dr. Petra Turkama, Aalto University, CONCORD CSA

Robert Szabo (BME-TMIT) <robert.szabo@tmit.bme.hu>


How to sponsor the industry
How to Sponsor the Industry?

(incentives)

  • EU

    • Direct involvement

  • USA

    • By orders from the programs

    • The research community decides what to use  what to order

      • E.g., Open Flow enabled switches and routers

Robert Szabo (BME-TMIT) <robert.szabo@tmit.bme.hu>


Geni s growing footprint
GENI’s growing footprint

GENI WIFMAX

Source: Chip Elliott, GENI Project Director


Geni architecture
GENI architecture

ISP

Internet

  • Flexible network / cloud research infrastructure

  • Also suitable for physics, genomics, other domain science

  • Support “hybrid circuit” model plus much more (OpenFlow)

  • Distributed cloud (racks) for content caching, acceleration, etc.

Metro

Research

Backbones

g

Layer 2

Data Plane

GENI-enabled

hardware

g

Legend

Layer 3

Control Plane

g

Campus

Regional Networks

Source: Chip Elliott, GENI Project Director


Geni at scale
GENI “at scale”

  • Suggest 100-200 US campuses as target for “at scale”

    • Both academia and national labs

    • GENI-enable the campuses

    • Their students, faculty, staff can then “live in the future” using both today’s Internet and many experiments

    • Build out backbones, regionals, and shared clouds to support the campuses

Source: Chip Elliott, GENI Project Director


Enabling at scale experiments

How can we afford / build GENI at sufficient scale?

Clearly infeasible to build research testbed “as big as the Internet”

Therefore we are “GENI-enabling” testbeds, commercial equipment, campuses, regional and backbone networks

Students are early adopters / participants in at-scale experiments

Key strategy for building an at-scale suite of infrastructure

HP ProCurve 5400 Switch

NEC WiMAX Base Station

Enabling “at scale” experiments

GENI-enabled

equipment

GENI-enabled campuses,

students as early adopters

“At scale” GENI prototype

Source: Chip Elliott, GENI Project Director


Us ignite
US IGNITE

  • Science: Advances in networking and systems research will be enabled through experimentation and explorations at scale on unique network infrastructure.

  • Innovation: Leveraging previous NSF-investments in the GENI network will allow use of an open testbed available across the globe for experiments in future networks; will enable deployment and evaluation of gigabit applications that were previously not possible.

  • Societal Benefit: Applications in national priority areas (e.g., health and wellbeing, emergency preparedness, advanced manufacturing, energy, education and workforce development, transportation) may have profound, long-term social and economic impacts.

Source: Chip Elliott, GENI Project Director

Robert Szabo (BME-TMIT) <robert.szabo@tmit.bme.hu>


Us ignite is now taking shape bridging cs experiments to next gen applications in cities
US Ignite is now taking shapeBridging CS Experiments to Next-Gen Applications in Cities

US Ignite Initiative

GENI

Future commercial

offerings

Research Infrastructure

for Computer Scientists

Testbed for

Next-Gen Applications

federation

GENI members, policies, …

US Ignite participants, policies, …

Campus and LabApplied Research

App creation teams

Service creators

CS Research

GENI technology

CS Experiments

Pre-commercial Applications

Experimental Usage and Demonstrations

Commercial Applications

Campus networks

Municipal andcommercial networks

Regional and backbone networks


Ignite arch proposal
IGNITE Arch Proposal

Existing head-end

Existing ISP connects

Most equipment not shown

Layer 3 GENI control plane

Layer 2 connect to subscribers

OpenFlow switch(es)

Flowvisor

Remote management

Instrumentation

Aggregate manager

Measurement

Programmable PCs

Storage

Video switch (opt)

Home

Layer 2 Ignite Connect

(1 GE or 10GE)

New GENI / Ignite rack pair


Fi ppp first year achivements
FI PPP First Year Achivements

  • Negotiation and implementation of FI PPP Collaboration Agreement and Governance structures

  • Selection of Advisory Board

  • Release the first set of requirements

  • Release the first platform instances

  • Cross-project collaborations in Working Groups and workshops

  • Identification of potential test beds for experimentation

  • Promotion of FI PPP in various forums and communities

  • Building links and finding synergies with related initiatives

???

Robert Szabo (BME-TMIT) <robert.szabo@tmit.bme.hu>


Conclusions
Conclusions

  • Support research at Universities and Research Labs

  • Support experiments at campuses

  • Go large scale and open

  • Let the industry find profitable business in the above

Robert Szabo (BME-TMIT) <robert.szabo@tmit.bme.hu>