The Future Internet: Pushing the Technology Boundaries: SAIL (Luis Correia) :: SESERV Workshop
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  • 1. SAIL (Scalable & Adaptive Internet Solutions) An Overview Luis M. Correia IST/IT – Tech. Univ. Lisbon 11-08-15
  • 2.
    • The Project.
    • Technical Areas.
    • Socio-Economic Aspects.
    Outline 11-08-15
  • 3.
    • 25 Partners
    • 12.4 M€ EU funding
    • 30 months duration
    The Project 11-08-15
  • 4. The Technical Areas
    • Cloud Networking : Tying Cloud Computing and Network Virtualisation together.
    • Network of Information : Shift of focus from network nodes to information objects.
    • Open Connectivity : Efficient use of multi-path, multi-protocol and multi-layer networking – over any fixed and mobile networks.
    11-08-15
  • 5. Socio-Economics Overview
    • Identification of socio-economic trends (intangible, business and regulatory aspects) and how they may impact on the business related to the future networks.
    11-08-15
  • 6.
    • To understand the success factors and limits of the current business models, and to identify the potential evolution scenarios.
    • To understand what are the potential bottlenecks for the new entries to the business of the future networks, and how those bottlenecks could be avoided by the regulatory policies and actions.
    • To give feedback to the technical design of the SAIL concepts.
    Socio-Economics Targets 11-08-15
  • 7.
    • Each of the technical WPs has developed a few scenarios and use cases.
    • The Task on socio-economics has picked some of these scenarios and use cases to perform the study.
    Scenarios and Use Cases 11-08-15
  • 8.
    • Three dimensions have been identified, common to all WPs, in the establishment of the scenarios.
    Scenarios’ Three Dimensions 11-08-15 Video Mobility Flash Crowd
  • 9.
    • The project has identified trends and uncertainties in the following areas:
      • Political/Regulatory
      • Economic/Business
      • Social
      • Technical
    Trends and Uncertainties 11-08-15
  • 10.
    • A basic element has been established, merging technical and business aspects, being used to defined the architectures in the various WPs:
    Architectures 11-08-15
  • 11.
    • The project’s website is at
      • http://www.sail-project.eu
    • Specific information on the socio-economic (and other) work in the project is available at
      • http://www.sail-project.eu/deliverables
    To Probe Further 11-08-15
  • 12. Network of Information (NetInf)
    • Design of the network with accessing named information as a first order principle, considering architecture and operational.
    11-08-15
  • 13. Open Connectivity (OConS)
    • Design of protocols and mechanisms capable of managing data transport flows between end-to-end, efficiently exploiting different technologies.
    11-08-15
  • 14. Cloud Networking (CloNe)
    • Optimisation of resource allocations in data centres and operator networks by considering unified network and computing resources.
    11-08-15