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Concept of ubiquitous network. Network that is flexible and adaptive.

Concept of ubiquitous network. Network that is flexible and adaptive.
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  • 1. Concept ofShadow Network Dr. Mazlan Abbas Wireless Communications Cluster Oct. 18, 2011
  • 2. The Mobile Internet is Creating New Challenges for Mobile Operators Devices/Users Gbytes Mobile Internet Capacity1,000,000 Mobile 14 Capacity Internet Demand 100,000 12 Desktop 10,000 Internet 10 1000 PC 10B+ 8 Connected +1B Devices 100 Minicomputer 6 Capacity +100M Supply 10 Mainframe 4 +10M 1 2 +1M 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Source: Morgan Stanley Mobile Internet Report Dec ‘09 Source: Rysavy Research Feb;10
  • 3. Facing the Mobile Data Crunch
  • 4. “Your Device Being Part (Extension) of You” Think / Emotion /Listen / See /Read / LocationAccelerometer Digital Compass Gyroscope “It captures your personality” GPS Microphone Camera MP3 Player Video
  • 5. How Shadow Network Looks Like? Hierarchical and Fixed?
  • 6. How Shadow Network Looks Like? Hierarchical and Fixed? Hierarchical System Architecture
  • 7. What Do You See?
  • 8. WCC Brainstorming Session“TEAPOTS – Thinking Elicitation and Problem Outstripping Tactics Session”
  • 9. Shadow Network“Flexible network that can form and adaptsto its surrounding environment”
  • 10. User GeneratedArtificial Natural
  • 11. How Do You Make Network That Changes Shape? A network that is “alive”, “evolve” and form according to the traffic scenarios.
  • 12. A network that always get connected.
  • 13. A network that “always get supported” from different networks.
  • 14. Mesh/Internet/HeteroJungle geneous Network Bursty TrafficVolcano Shortest Route /Tunnel Dedicated Network TunnelBuildings Beamforming
  • 15. Using Shadow Network as a Mobile Data Offloading SolutionBig / SmallVolatile / Non--VolatileOpportunisticTime-basedInstantaneousControlled / Non-ControlledDependent / IndependentDestructive / Non-ConstructiveReactive / ProactiveCentralized / DecentralizedIntensity / CapacityVirtual / RealExternal EntityExpansion / EvolveMorphAdaptiveRandom / Deterministic
  • 16. Beam forming and Adaptive Array AntennasCommunity Based NetworksDMZ / Honeypot NetworksDynamic Mobile CloudUbiquitous NetworkHigh Altitude PlatformsSatelliteQoSNEMOBest Effort / Ad-HocHotspots / Repeater / Relay / SporadicGateway Redirection / Local Caching / Internet CachingPiggyback / Shared ResourcesMesh / Internet / Heterogeneous Network / World Wild Web
  • 17. “Opportunistic Networking (Store-Carry-Forward)” Mobile Ad-Hoc networks, intermittently connected and suitable for delay tolerant applications.Opportunistic networks are human-centric because they opportunistically follow the way humans come into contact.Mobility models based on social behavior represent an important tool for testing the performance of opportunistic systems.
  • 18. Virtual Social Network overlay atop the Electronic Social Network
  • 19. SUMMARYShadow Network is still a CONCEPT Its an IDEAL Network Its HETEROGENEOUS Its INTELLIGENT It LEARNS It EVOLVES Its ALIVE!
  • 20. THANK YOU