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    SAIL presentation at FuNeMS 2011 SAIL presentation at FuNeMS 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • The Vision of Future Internet according to SAIL Thomas Edwall Ericsson AB SwedenSession 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Motivation, problem area What will be taken for granted tomorrow? Inspired by Van Jacobson et.al. in U.S. and the late Thomas Kuhn Thomas Kuhn (July 18, 1922 – June 17, 1996) American physicist and philosopher The Copernican Revolution (1957) The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962) • We are closing in on a Copernican revolution in communication!Session 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Motivation, problem area In SAIL we are inventing what my grand-children will take for granted! • My grand parents generation: the phone system – Networking = telephony – Communications in the 60 -70s was telephony Wires • Current generation: the Internet – The underlying connectivity path is taken for granted as ’somebody elses problem’ – Put the goods in a container at point A and destine it to point B – wait for it Nodes to arrive. • My grand-childrens generation: the information (and function) centric network – The underlying network is taken for granted as ‘somebody elses problem’ – Interested in the data, not who gave it to you Data and its use – Present the name of the data to the network – just fix it, don´t care what networking technology Inspired by Van Jacobson et.al. in U.S. and the late Thomas KuhnSession 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • The SAIL Consortium • EU Call FP7-ICT-2009-5 Large-scale IP – Industry-led consortium of 25 partners – Operators, vendors, and research institutes – 12.4 mill. EUR EU funding in 2.5 years • SAIL‘s main objective – Design concepts and technologies for the networks of the future – Develop techniques to move from today’s to future networksSession 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Research Objectives SAIL fundamentals On-demand usage of network resources Three complementing concepts to enhance the existing Internet • Network of Information (NetInf) – Shift of focus from network nodes to information objects • Open Connectivity (OConS) – Efficient use of multi-path, multi-protocol and multi-layer networking – over any fixed and mobile networks • Cloud Networking (CloNe) – Tying Cloud Computing and Network Virtualization to offer a efficient, reliable and secure solution 2011-06-13 5Session 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Research approach, Methodology A SAIL project-wide scenario! Putting all the pieces together • Information-centric networking • Flash crowd connectivity • Inter-provider connectivity • Cloud Networking • Video • Mobility Stockholm, June 2010Session 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Research approach, Methodology (cont´d) Global scenario – flash crowd • User produces popular video stream of event • NetInf-repository streams data to consumersSession 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Research approach, Methodology (cont´d) Global scenario – Create repositories • Popularity grows • More repositories take copies • Dynamically created by CloNeSession 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Research approach, Methodology (cont´d) Global scenario – Producer crowd • More producers of content for same event • More data streams need to be multicast to different repositories • Handled by OConSSession 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Research approach, Methodology (cont´d) Global scenario – Process content • Video producer decides: Re- create 3D information from source crowd data • Consumers decide to watch that instead of 2D stream • Heavy processing necessary – CloNe needs to find and create resources – NetInf needs to recognize new data – OConS needs to reconfigure data flowsSession 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Conclusion and outlook Closing the gap between today´s and tomorrows networks • We will make the results of Future Internet research applicable to the real world, ensuring that there is no gap between today’s and tomorrow’s networks • No significant technology advancement can be deployed overnight! We will present a mid- term migration and deployment plan towards the Future Internet, supported by experimentation, prototyping and studies of its socio economic impact. – Cloud Networking (CloNe) will provide a distributed infrastructure with improved user experience & system performance creating new ways to trade off connectivity, processing and storage – Open Connectivity Services (OConS) will implement proof-of-concept protocols and mechanisms for a better management of end-to-end and edge-to-edge data flows, offering its services through open APIs – Network of Information (NetInf) will evolve the Internet to directly support efficient content distribution by introducing accessing uniquely named information as a core Internet principleSession 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project
    • Find out more! • Visit us at www.sail-project.eu, • read our blog at www.sail-project.eu/SailorsInn and • follow us on Twitter (@SAILproject) to learn more. • Use the QR-code to get SAIL into your phone.Session 11a, 17th June 2011 Future Network & MobileSummit 2011 Copyright 2011 SAIL project