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Irish future internet Forum, 2011.

Irish future internet Forum, 2011.
Session 3.
Joe Butler
Intel

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Intel Future Internet - Joe Butler Intel Future Internet - Joe Butler Presentation Transcript

  • Ireland in the Future Internet
    Irish Future Internet Forum
    Joe Butler
    June 2011
  • 2 Visions for the Future Internet?
    Internet of Things
    Internet of Services
    Converged Networks
    Application and Service Oriented
    Transport Oriented
    New Set of Internet Protocols
    http://www.forbes.com/2010/05/03/google-facebook-twitter-technology-cio-network-future-internet.html
    * Adapted from M Mulhauser, U of Darmstadt
  • Intel Labs Europe Future Internet Goal
    Learn, Influence, and Drive Future Internet research and evolution to leverage Intel Research/Intel platform vision and also feedback requirements to Labs / Product groups
    Help ensure Future Internet runs best of all on IA.
    Usage model driven
    Service level requirements
    Platform innovations
    Embedded,Comms, Compute
  • Towards the Dependable Cloud
  • Imperatives
    • Open standards and specifications,
    • Use Cases, Lead Adopters,
    • Cross-layer, Cross-domain,
    • Academic research,
    • Commercial impact.
    + Speed and Agility.
    FP7, etc.
    Not FP7, etc.
  • Opportunity for Ireland
    Cross-domain tech industry R&D represented.
    Excellent academic / applied research.
    Good collaborations already in place.
    Well networked in international research communities.
    Low-overhead collaboration support mechanisms.
    How can we get together and accelerate ?
  • End