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I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
I Minds2009 Future Networks  Prof  Piet Demeester (Ibbt Ibcn U Gent)
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  • 1. Future Networks Piet Demeester
  • 2. Internet: its basic functionality BGP OSPF Network of Networks Routing Routing Table 189.123.0.0 X 193.191.0.0 Y IP-address (D) Z Y 193.191.148.49 D Best Effort Packets (typ. 1500 byte) X DNS www.ibbt.be 193.191.148.49 How to find a destination ? How to transfer information ?
  • 3. Internet IPTV
  • 4. Internet: the IP hourglass
  • 5. General Trends Content Information Users Energy Traffic Applications Devices
  • 6. TRAFFIC: Increase is Consumer Driven 10,000 PByte/Month = 30 Tbit/sec Traffic doubles every 2 years Consumer traffic: 75% of total traffic Source: Cisco
  • 7. TRAFFIC: Video will be the Key Driver Consumer Internet Traffic Video “streaming” (very large transfers) Bitrate / stream will increase (better quality) 3D, multiple views, bidirectional, immersive, … Source: Cisco
  • 8. TRAFFIC: Video Bitrate Increase Source: www.Cinegrid.org More 1 - 24 Gbps 8K UHDTV 500 Mbps - 15.2 Gbps 4K2 Stereo 4K (future) 250 Mbs - 6 Gbps SHD SHD (Quad HD) 4K 250 Mbps - 7.6 Gbps Digital Cinema 2K2 2K 200 Mbps - 3 Gbps HD2 Stereo HD 20 Mbps - 1.5 Gbps HDTV HDTV 5 - 25 Mbps HDV Consumer HD
  • 9. TRAFFIC: Video Examples 3D video Immersive video
  • 10. INFORMATION: Worldwide Growth Kilo: k = 103 Mega: M = 106 Giga: G = 109 Tera: T = 1012 Peta: P = 1015 Exa: E = 1018 Zetta: Z = 1021 How to store, distribute, filter and preserve ? How to find useful information in a distributed environment ? Source: www.emc.com
  • 11. END DEVICES: Personal How to access, coordinate, preserve, secure, … 11
  • 12. END DEVICES: Embedded Artificiële retina 12
  • 13. USERS: Worldwide Growth of Mobile Connecting the world
  • 14. ENERGY Power Consumption (GW) 40 26 28 40 22 Data centers PCs Network Equipment TVs Others Footprint ICT: 4% of primary energy today 8% of primary energy by 2020
  • 15. Competences User Techno Economics Application Domains Personalized Interaction Content Services Green & ICT Service Distributed Management Quality platforms Software platforms (QoL, QoE, QoS) Fundamental Converged Infrastructures Research Converged Networks Experimental Verification Fixed Mobile Sensor
  • 16. Outline User Techno Economics Application Domains Personalized Interaction Content Services Green & ICT Service Distributed Management Quality platforms Software platforms (QoL, QoE, QoS) Fundamental Converged Infrastructures Research Converged Networks Experimental Symbiotic Verification Fixed Networks Mobile Sensor
  • 17. Multitude of access technologies
  • 18. Example in Home/Office Different independent co-located wired/wireless networks Multi-radio devices (Software Defined Radio) © Bitwave Semiconductor IMEC
  • 19. Challenges Better connectivity / less interference Improved scalability and flexibility Better QoS/QoE guarantees More efficient use of scarce/underutilized spectrum More efficient energy consumption Lower radio emissions (green radio) New & advanced cross-network services
  • 20. Symbiotic networking Different co-located wired/wireless networks ... ... with symbiotic networking capabilities
  • 21. Symbiotic networking
  • 22. iLab.t: Wireless Test Lab 200 Nodes Wireless LAN Sensor networks 22
  • 23. iLab.t: Exposure assessment
  • 24. Outline User Techno Economics Application Domains Personalized Interaction Content Services Green & ICT Service Distributed Management Quality platforms Software platforms (QoL, QoE, QoS) Autonomous Fundamental Networks Converged Infrastructures Research Converged Networks Experimental Verification Fixed Mobile Sensor
  • 25. Converged Infrastructure Network (IP) Transport (Optical) Computing Storage Information
  • 26. Challenges Connectivity of billions of end systems (terminal, interface, sensor, server, …) with fixed or wireless access Transfer of enormous amounts of information (files, streams, messages, …) QoS/QoE (bandwidth, delay, jitter, …, perception, …) Infrastructure: not only network but also integrated storage and computing resources Sustainable, reliable, scalable, (re-)configurable, …
  • 27. Autonomous networking Global framework for autonomic Autonomic components networking Admission control Resource optimization Content adaptation QoE management Caching & Buffering Self Learning Quality switching …
  • 28. Sustainable Access IP / OPTICAL Network Core Network ECO - Server Efficient Clients and home networks Investigate Power adaptive netw.; High sharing ratio of Energy management alternatives for guarantees always servers; Economy of solutions e.g. controlled complex PC basic communication scale & industry link capacity simple and fast “wake adaptive control of based NG servers + ECO data up” and usage components based on Highly efficient power centre architecture adaptive modes of communication adaptive processing Virtualization network and clients requirements Virtualization Cloud Computing, I/SaaS, P2P, content replication, …
  • 29. iLab.t : Virtual Wall 100 nodes 500 interfaces > 1 Tb/s switch
  • 30. Outline User Techno Economics Application Domains Personalized Interaction Content Green & ICT Personalization Services Service Distributed Management Quality platforms Software platforms (QoL, QoE, QoS) Fundamental Converged Infrastructures Research Converged Networks Experimental Verification Fixed Mobile Sensor
  • 31. How to support “My Applications” How to build “My Network” How to access “My Content” Application How to feed “My Interface” How to sense “My Context” Content Network Device
  • 32. A self-organizing virtual overlay network distributed groups of nodes deploying ad hoc networking techniques Personal both in terms of networking and applications and services 32
  • 33. Scalable content management Index and search functionality P2P overlay network ( DHT) Scalable content search Caching mechanisms for search results
  • 34. Context model example based on ontologies (OWL) 34
  • 35. 35
  • 36. Outline User Smart Grid, Media Techno Economics Application Domains Production, eHealth, Personal recommendation Personalized Interaction Content Services Green & ICT Service Distributed Management Quality platforms Software platforms (QoL, QoE, QoS) Fundamental Converged Infrastructures Research Converged Networks Experimental Verification Fixed Mobile Sensor
  • 37. Conclusions User Techno Economics Application Domains Personalized Interaction Content Services Green & ICT Service Distributed Management Quality platforms Software platforms (QoL, QoE, QoS) Fundamental Converged Infrastructures Research Converged Networks Experimental TIGER Verification Fixed Mobile Sensor
  • 38. Contact Information Piet Demeester piet.demeester@intec.ugent.be M: 0476 248 322 T: 09 331 4920

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