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  • 1. FIBRE  project:  Brazil  and  Europe  unite  forces  and  testbeds  for  the  Internet  of  the  future FIRE Engineering Workshop Ghent, November 6th 2012 Thanasis Korakis
  • 2. Main ObjectiveCreate  a  common  space  between  the  EU  and  Brazil     for     Future  Internet  (FI)  experimental  research     into    network  infrastructure  and  distributed  applicaFons,     by    building  and  operaFng  a  federated  EU-­‐Brazil  Future   internet  experimental  facility    The  project  will  design,  implement  and  validate  a  shared  Future  Internet  research  facility  between  Brazil  and  Europe,  supporFng  the  joint  Future   Internet  experimentaFon  of  European  and  Brazilian  researchers   2/13  
  • 3. Contract  member   Associated  partner   FIBRE Members UFPA   i2CAT   USP   CPqD   NICTA   NXW  UNIFACS   RNP  UFSCar   UFF   UTH   UPMC   UFRJ   UFG   UBRISTOL   UFPE   3/13  
  • 4. Experimental  islands  to  be  federated   Testbed islandsFIBRE  members  not  comming  resources   UFPA   UBristol   UPMC   Nextworks   UFPE   I2CAT   UNIFACS   UTH   RNP   UFG   UFF   UFSCar   UFRJ   CPqD   USP   NICTA   4/13  
  • 5. FIBRE EU testbeds•  Enhancements  of  the  OFELIA  testbeds  (i2CAT  and  U.  Essex)  and  the  UTHs  NITOS  testbed   OFELIA  UBristol   ! OFELIA  I2Cat   UTH  NITOS   ! 5/13  
  • 6. FIBRE Brazil testbeds Nine  geographically  distributed   insFtuFonal  faciliFes   FIBRE Common Resources RNP Ipê OF-enabled Switch Compute Servers GIGA To Fibre Partners Kyatera ! NetFPGA Servers Orbit NodesL2  long  distance  network   Site-Specific Resources connecFons   Wireless Testbeds Optical Testbeds Optical Testbeds Other Internal Testbeds (e.g. Emulab) Wimax Wi-fi APs 6/13  
  • 7. FIBRE’s Federation architecture• Physical  resources  shared  between  federated  islands  • ExisFng  CMFs  federated  through  common  federaFon  control  plane  • Experiment  configuraFons  backed  up  for  reuse  • I&M  framework  integraFng  data  from  the  different  islands  and  CFs   7/13  
  • 8. Pilot Use CasesSeamless  Mobility  for  EducaFonal  Laptops   8K/4K  Video  Streaming   UK  and  Brazil   High  definiFon  content  delivery  across   different  sites   Bandwidth  on  Demand  through  OpenFlow   GMPLS  in  the  FIBRE  facility     8/13  
  • 9. Expected Results•  InterconFnental  slices  of  heterogeneous  infrastructure  to   network  researchers.    •  A  federated  infrastructure  automaFcally  controlled  by   one  or  more  CMFs  •  High  speed  interconFnental  links  connecFng  the   European  and  the  Brazilian  parts  of  the  joint  facility.  •  Enhanced  OFELIA  Control  Framework  sofware  •  Enhanced  OMF  and  OML  sofware  •  FederaFon  sofware  and  tools  •  Experimental  network  applicaFon  sofware  •  Network  of  contacts  between  Brazilian  and  European   partners   hhp://www.fibre-­‐ict.eu   9/13  
  • 10. Benefits•  FIBRE  is  a  showcase  project  in  internaFonal   collaboraFon  in  Future  Internet   –  Demonstrate  capacity  to  collaborate  with  leading   European  projects  in  this  important  area   –  Provide  local  experimental  faciliFes  for  validaFng  and   demonstraFng  new  FI  proposals   –  Provide  opportunity  for  extension  to  and  parFcipaFon   by  researchers  from  other  LaFn  American  countries   –  Promote  involvement  of  and  technology  transfer  to   the  industrial  sector,  to  prepare  for  Future  Internet   needs.   10/13  
  • 11. Intercontinental experimental platform•  FederaFon  of  EU  and  Brazil    FIBRE  research  infrastructures  creaFng  an  interconFnental   mulF-­‐domain,  mulF-­‐layer  and  mulF-­‐technology    experimental  plajorm.     11/13  
  • 12. 1st FIBRE Open Workshop26 - 27 November, 2012Salvador + Bahia + BrazilTentative agenda includes: •   PresentaFon  of  FIBRE  results  and  demonstraFon   •   PresentaFons  from  Future  Internet  driven  iniFaFves  worldwide   •   Round  table  with  industry  players  and  policy  makers   •   Example  of  Future  Internet  ApplicaFons   •   Short  courses  /  hands-­‐on  training   12   photo:  Leandro  N.  Ciuffo  
  • 13. Thank youThanasis Korakis