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Como a computação em nuvem e tecnologias de brokering podem auxiliar os provedores de serviços de telecomunicações e empresas a otimizar de forma econômica e eficiente seus ambientes de TI, plataformas de serviços e modelos de prestação de servi
 

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Como a computação em nuvem e tecnologias de brokering podem auxiliar os provedores de serviços de telecomunicações e empresas a otimizar de forma econômica e eficiente seus ambientes de TI, ...

Como a computação em nuvem e tecnologias de brokering podem auxiliar os provedores de serviços de telecomunicações e empresas a otimizar de forma econômica e eficiente seus ambientes de TI, plataformas de serviços e modelos de prestação de serviços - How cloud computing and cloud brokering technologies help telecommunication service providers and enterprises to efficiently and economically optimize their IT and service platforms and service delivery models
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    Como a computação em nuvem e tecnologias de brokering podem auxiliar os provedores de serviços de telecomunicações e empresas a otimizar de forma econômica e eficiente seus ambientes de TI, plataformas de serviços e modelos de prestação de servi Como a computação em nuvem e tecnologias de brokering podem auxiliar os provedores de serviços de telecomunicações e empresas a otimizar de forma econômica e eficiente seus ambientes de TI, plataformas de serviços e modelos de prestação de servi Presentation Transcript

    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS6º Workshop Internacional SENAI - Automação e TIC, 17 de julho, Florianopolis/SCHow Cloud Computing and Cloud Brokering technologies helptelecommunication service providers and enterprises to efficiently andeconomically optimize their IT and service platforms and servicedelivery modelsDipl.-Ing. Florian SchreinerFraunhofer Institute FOKUSCompetence Center Next Generation Network Infrastructures (NGNI)Address: Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31 D-10589 Berlin, GermanyInternet: www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/ngniEmail: florian.schreiner@fokus.fraunhofer.de
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSAgenda Introduction to Cloud Computing Cloud Deployment Models Cloud Service Models Cloud Brokerage Cloud Computing Risks and Comparison of Deployment Models Recommendations for Telco Operators, Enterprises and SMEs to optimize their IT and service platforms and service delivery model Summary
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSWhat is Cloud Computing Wikipedia: “Cloud computing refers to the delivery of computing and storage capacity as a service to a heterogeneous community of end-recipients.” No consensus exists for a clear definition of “cloud computing”. Definitely the most hyped concept in IT right now. Nowadays, pretty much everything on the internet comes with a cloud logo attached. All definitions share an idea as a nucleus: Cloud computing is when resources are accessed from a virtual online “cloud” rather than locally provisioned infrastructure (data centers, desktop machines, …) Term originates from the internet popularly being drawn as “a cloud” in many publications.
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSA bit of History – Timesharing Systems In the 1960’s computers where still huge, expensive machines (now called main frames). However, computing power had evolved to a point where it became viable to run several jobs (of several users) at the same time on a single machine Users logged in to a remote server from individual terminals (newspeak: thin clients) Actual computing is done centrally somewhere in a cellar Visualized by a (comparatively) cheap user terminal Prime Example: IBM 360
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSA bit of History – Enter the PC The 1970’s: Computing power continues to surge, Moore’s law applies Contrary to popular believe, Moore’s law does not state that every 18 month computers become twice as powerful. It much rather says that every 18 months, we can produce twice as much transistors for the same price. This lead to a situation where it became not only viable but even much cheaper to provide every user with his own computing environment rather than having a big machine in the cellar. Computers also became viable for people without access to a main frame (The “P” in PC) Beauty and power combined: Commodore PET
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSA bit of History – The Internet Age PCs of course also got stronger and stronger over time. Up to a point where most normal PCs capabilities are utilized less than 1% on average --> massive over provisioning At the same time, people tend to own more devices which creates the issue of syncing data between them Situation is the same if not worse for commercial providers Imagine a big online retailer: More than 75% of business occurs in the pre-christmas period Must have huge amounts of computing power ready for this period which will be mostly idle during the rest of the year --> massive over provisioning In general, we have the same situation as in the pre-PC age: One big box could do the work of thousands of users.
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSThe logical next Step in the Evolution: Cloud Computing Interesting question: Why do we buy computers at all when all we want is computing power? After all, when we want electricity, we don’t buy ourselves a power plant. Economics of scale apply as well: somebody who is specialized in hosting computers can do it much cheaper than someone who actually does something completely different and just happens to need some computational capacity.
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSThe logical next Step in the Evolution: Computing as a Service Idea: Why not sell computing power as an “utility” like gas, water, electricity. Not really new. People envisioned that already in the main frame age Main problem here was: how do we transport the data? This problem is pretty much solved with ubiquitous broad band internet connections “…computing may someday be organized as a public utility just as the telephone system is a public utility...” (John McCarthy, 1961)
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Hoster Users purchase / lease hosted server $ use service fixed price, fixed capacity Server Load
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Hoster Users purchase / lease hosted server $ use service fixed price, fixed capacity Server Load
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Hoster Users purchase / lease hosted server $ use service fixed price, fixed capacity Server Load
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Hoster Users purchase / lease hosted server $ use service fixed price, fixed capacity NO CLOUD!
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Cloud Provider Users purchase / lease on demand capacity $ use service variable price, variable capacity Load
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Cloud Provider Users purchase / lease on demand capacity $ use service variable price, variable capacity Load
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Cloud Provider Users purchase / lease on demand capacity $ use service variable price, variable capacity Load
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Cloud Provider Users purchase / lease on demand capacity $ use service variable price, variable capacity Load
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Cloud Provider Users purchase / lease on demand capacity $ use service variable price, variable capacity Load
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS What is a cloud and what is merely server hosting? • The term „Cloud“ nowadays is used for many infrastructures and services, where also legacy server hosting offerings are called a „Cloud“, although in our understanding they do not deserve it. Customer Cloud Provider Users purchase / lease on demand capacity use service variable price, variable capacity Server Load ELASTIC CLOUD Advantages: No Overprovisioning required, Pay-as-you-go / Pay-per-use cost models, no Scalability problems / outages on overload. Cost savings!
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Virtualization & elastic cloud computing for private IT infrastructures • Also for local, e.g. enterprise-wide IT infrastructures, virtualization and elastic cloud computing mechanisms provide significant advantages! Networks Enterprise / Corporate Intranet Internet Applications VPN Mailserver Customer Mgmt Management & Web Servers Security Fileserver Content Mgmt Corporate IT Infrastructure
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Virtualization & elastic cloud computing for private IT infrastructures • Also for local, e.g. enterprise-wide IT infrastructures, virtualization and elastic cloud computing mechanisms provide significant advantages! Networks Enterprise / Corporate Intranet Internet Applications VPN Mailserver Customer Mgmt Management & Web Servers Security Fileserver Content Mgmt Virtualization & Elasticity Compute Network Storage Corporate Cloud Infrastructure
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Virtualization & elastic cloud computing for private IT infrastructures • Also for local, e.g. enterprise-wide IT infrastructures, virtualization and elastic cloud computing mechanisms provide significant advantages! Networks Enterprise / Corporate Intranet Internet Applications VPN Mailserver Customer Mgmt Management & Web Servers Security Fileserver Content Mgmt Virtualization & Elasticity Advantages: EfficientCompute Usage, High Flexibility and Scalability. Resource Network Storage Cost savings! Corporate Cloud Infrastructure
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Cloud Bursting for on-peak outsourcing of resources • Especially when enterprise services are offered to external customers, high load / peak- load situations sometimes occur where the local resources get overloaded. on overload / peak use external cloud resources temporary External / Public Increase of Cloud capacity Advantages: Usually required overprovisioning to cope with peak loads (i.e. rare situations of high demand) is not needed. Cost savings, no overload.
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSAgenda Introduction to Cloud Computing Cloud Deployment Models Cloud Service Models Cloud Brokerage Cloud Computing Risks and Comparison of Deployment Models Recommendations for Telco Operators, Enterprises and SMEs to optimize their IT and service platforms and service delivery model Summary
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSPrivate, Public and Hybrid Clouds Private Cloud Public Cloud Hybrid Cloud Private clouds are usually Public, external clouds like Hybrid clouds are a created by enterprises that are Amazon’s EC2 provide cloud combination of private and consolidating their internal IT resources over the public public clouds. Either infrastructures through cloud internet. Typically these permanently or for coping with computing mechanisms. resources are dynamically peak load situations resources Improved scalability and scaled by the cloud platform can be outsourced to the efficiency usually is achieved provider and charged on a public cloud on demand. This by significant up-front pay-per-use basis. allows significant reduction of investments. typically overprovisioned Private resources. Cloud Private Cloud Internet Internet Internet Public Public Cloud Cloud 24
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSCloud Computing – Players and Roles Cloud Enablers Companies that enable the underlying infrastructure for cloud computing Typically focused on data center automation and server virtualization Cloud Providers Companies with the budget and know-how to build large-scale computing environments Cloud Consumers End-users that use cloud based services directly Service provider companies that deploy their service within a cloud infrastructure and resell them to end-users
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Important Cloud Computing MechanismsVirtualization Virtual instances / slices are created based on the physical underlying resources (servers, storage and network), e.g. several Virtual Machines (VMs) can dynamically be created, booted and shut down based on a single physical serverMetering / Based on monitored resource consumption / usage, resources can dynamically be scaled up and down, charged and billed. The basis for pay-per-use cost modelsElasticitySecurity As with public and hybrid cloud deployments, data is stored externally security mechanisms play a critical role.Multi-tenancy Multiple users can use the same cloud-based services in parallel. Apart from improved efficiency (e.g. central, single software updates), this feature enables intersting collaboration services (e.g. Google Docs)Cloud Enablers As usually legacy applications are not cloud ready (i.e. do not elastically scale), several cloud platforms provide essential cloud application building blocks (e.g.and Tools interfaces to dynamically scalable databases), easening the effort for developers to make an application cloud-ready (e.g. PaaS platforms)
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSAgenda Introduction to Cloud Computing Cloud Deployment Models Cloud Service Models Cloud Brokerage Cloud Computing Risks and Comparison of Deployment Models Recommendations for Telco Operators, Enterprises and SMEs to optimize their IT and service platforms and service delivery model Summary
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSCloud Service Models Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) The most basic model. Cloud IaaS providers offer computers (usually as VMs), raw block storages and access to networks Examples: Amazon EC2, Rackspace Platform as a Service (PaaS) PaaS offers readily available computing including operating system, programming language execution environment, database, and web server. Examples: Google AppEngine, Microsoft Azure Software as a Service (SaaS) SaaS offers (usually web-based) access to whole applications, usually geared towards end users Examples: Google Apps, every webmail provide
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSExample: Siri a SaaS speech recognition service by Apple Risks of Siri: – When the mobile end-device is out of coverage, Siri does not work Strengths of Siri: – To improve / upgrade / update Siri, mainly only upgrades / updates on the server / network side are involved – automatic security upgrades, new versions – Siri automatically scales with increased load – Siri is highly access device independent (works on Desktops, iPads and iPhones can use it). The future is Browser-based! Anytime, anywhere – ANY DEVICE!) HTML 5 and WebRTC currently show the full potential! – Microsoft is working on a Browser-based Skype! Skype will be tightly integrated into your Facebook, Youtube, Twitter account! – Thin Clients will be powered by cloud-based services in the back-end (Siri, RemoteDesktop, etc.) Formerly client-/pc-/desktop-/notebook- based applications, demanding sever computational powers, can easily run on network, allowing full access device independence, full synchronization of ALL end-devices at all times!
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSAgenda Introduction to Cloud Computing Cloud Deployment Models Cloud Service Models Cloud Brokerage Cloud Computing Risks and Comparison of Deployment Models Recommendations for Telco Operators, Enterprises and SMEs to optimize their IT and service platforms and service delivery model Summary
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Cloud Brokers Cloud Providers When computing capacity is just a commodity VM like water or electricity, can we flexibly buy VM this commodity from several vendors at VM the same time, depending on who has the User Cloud Broker best offer? VM Of course. But what defines the “best” VM offer? VM Optimal Quality of Service (Performance and Connectivity) at the best price Main goal of Cloud brokers: • Provide Elasticity • Minimize Cloud Resources / Costs ($$) • Ensure QoS/SLA levels
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS QoS and Network aware Cross-domain Cloud Brokerage Fraunhofer FOKUS‘ Cloud Broker • The FOKUS Cloud Broker allows for flexible in- and outsourcing of Telco SDPs and services Cloud Provider Cloud • The choice of Cloud Providers in terms of costs Cloud Provider Cloud Provider Provider and QoS is dynamically optimized: ? $$$ QoS Elasticity • Based on current demand the up- /down-scaling of cloud-resources is dynamically controlled and optimized FOKUS Cloud Broker • Based on QoS and costs services are dynamically migrated between different Wireless Core Network Fixed Core Network Migration cloud providers and cloud platforms 2G/3G WIFI/ LTE/LTE-A WIMAX LAN/WAN DSL • Thereby QoS-levels are assured and resource consumption is optimized
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSAgenda Introduction to Cloud Computing Cloud Deployment Models Cloud Service Models Cloud Brokerage Cloud Computing Risks and Comparison of Deployment Models Recommendations for Telco Operators, Enterprises and SMEs to optimize their IT and service platforms and service delivery model Summary
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSCloud Computing - Risks Lack of Trust and Security mechanisms are the most important issue with using public clouds. As sensible data is stored externally, a high level of security mechanisms (e.g. encryption, data integrity, recovery in case of a disaster, access control and privacy) needs to be in place. Availability and connectivity problems have sever impact on the usability of a cloud provider‘s platform. As soon as there are outages either on the network level or on the resource level, cloud-based services can not be used / provided. Cloud Provider Lock-ins prevent services to be easily deployed on different cloud platforms. Different, proprietary cloud management interfaces as well as cloud platform specific tools and service enablers in many cases make it difficult to migrate a service from one public cloud platform to another.
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSComparison of deployment models Public Cloud Private Hybrid Cloud Traditional Cloud IT Infrastr. Initial Low High Medium High Investments Running Costs Medium Low Medium Medium/High Security Low without High Medium High special mechanisms Service Low without High Medium High Quality special mechanisms
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSAgenda Introduction to Cloud Computing Cloud Deployment Models Cloud Service Models Cloud Brokerage Cloud Computing Risks and Comparison of Deployment Models Recommendations for Telco Operators, Enterprises and SMEs to optimize their IT and service platforms and service delivery model Summary
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSRecommendations for Telcos Cloud computing mechanisms are revolutionizing internet as well as telecommunication service providers platforms and services With a steadily growing number of cloud computing providers telecommunication service providers are more and more having the free choice of dynamically selecting and utilizing cloud resources from different cloud computing providers. Cloud Brokers allow for efficient and economic resource utilization across cloud provider platforms providing means for assuring the Quality of Service Telecommunication service providers will more and more use this opportunity to flexibly outsource their service platforms to managed and hosted, cloud-based platforms, turning CAPEX into OPEX, only paying for actual compute power utilization On the contrary, there are already several telecommunication operators, who offer their own cloud platform to 3rd parties (e.g. Deutsche Telekom Cloud), creating a Marketplace for cloud-based Enterprise services! In order to be able to compete with global players these Enterprise services need to be tailored to the local market.
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSRecommendations for Enterprises and SMEs Startup should check current IaaS/SaaS offerings, it is likely that an own IT infrastructure is not needed! There are many commodity enterprise services already on the market! By using SaaS services, no server infrastructure is needed, no operational costs: – Cloud-based internal web server platform – Cloud-based enterprise/corporate e-mail servers – Cloud-based file-sharing (e.g. DropBox, iCloud, etc.) – Cloud-based corporate-wide fileservers – Cloud-based collaborative tools (e.g. text, voice, video, desktop-sharing conferencing systems) – Cloud-based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Tools/Suites for corporations and enterprises – Cloud-based Content Management Systems (CMS) for corporations and enterprises For start-ups and enterprises, the pay-per-use cost models for using corporate applications, allows controlled pricing models and easy market entry!
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSRecommendations for Service Providers Opportunities to trial and roll-out new services deployed on public cloud platforms that provide pay-as-you-go Web and telecommunication services should be checked Many software solutions which were formally / currently based on private IT infrastructures and networks, will move to the cloud in the mid-term! No up-front investments into local IT infrastructures should be made as long as service uptake / success is unclear. Costs of local IT infrastructure should be compared with cloud offerings! Closed cloud infrastructures (PaaS tools, cloud management interfaces) should be handled with care to prevent cloud provider lock-ins! Rather service providers should try to exploit the competition in the cloud provider market (see SpotOn), to save further costs! Emerging cloud brokering solutions, at every given moment in time, select the optimal cloud resource provider / platform in terms of costs and QoS. This will increase the competition in the cloud provider market, which is only useful for their customers. Service Providers can roll-out your service anytime, risk free! On service takes up, cloud mechanisms dynamically scale to customer’s demand!
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSAgenda Introduction to Cloud Computing Cloud Deployment Models Cloud Service Models Cloud Brokerage Cloud Computing Risks and Comparison of Deployment Models Recommendations for Telco Operators, Enterprises and SMEs to optimize their IT and service platforms and service delivery model Summary
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSSummary Cloud computing mechanisms and platforms are revolutionizing the IT landscape Cloud computing enables partial as well as full outsourcing of IT infrastructures The full uptake of public cloud computing capabilities is mainly determined by limitations of network capabilities, depending on the location The cloud provider / cloud platform market is rapidly growing Enterprises should carefully analyze P/I/SaaS options Cloud brokering mechanisms help to dynamically select the optimal cloud platform / service in terms of costs and service quality By moving to the cloud enterprises can benefit from pay-per-use cloud offerings, significantly lowering upfront investments and enabling optimized resource utilization
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS3nd FOKUS Future Seamless Communication Forum (FFF)Berlin, Germany, November 15-16, 2012 Theme: “Convergence of Human-to-Human and Machine-to-Machine Communications within Emerging Open Smart City ICT Infrastructures – Using Open APIs, RCS, IMS, MTC, EPC, and LTE as Enablers for Emerging Future Internet Application Domains” FUSECO FORUM is the successor of the famous FOKUS IMS Workshop series – FFF 2010 attracted 150 experts from 21 nations – FFF 2011 was attended by around 200 experts from 30 nations See www.fuseco-forum.org/2012 for details
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Obrigado pela atenção de todos! www.OpenEPC.net www.FUSECO-Playground.org
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Questions
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Fraunhofer Testbeds / Playgrounds www.opensoaplayground.org www.FUSECO-Playground.org
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSFuture Seamless Communication (FUSECO) Playground State of the art testbed infrastructure as a cooperation of Berlin’s Next Generation Mobile Network expertise for – Open IMS for H2H communications – OpenMTC for M2M communications – OpenEPC for seamless access – Various access network technologies Enabling to prototype application support for – handover optimization across heterogeneous networks – support for Always Best Connected (ABC) – subscriber profile based service personalization – QoS provisioning and related charging – controlled access to IMS-based services – controlled access to Internet/Mobile Clouds More information:
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSExploring Services Composition - Open SOA Telco PlaygroundEnabling seamless Services across different Networks and ServiceDomains www.opensoaplayground.org
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS Open Source IMS Core System Global reference for IMS test-beds In November 2006 the FOKUS Open Source IMS (OSIMS) Core System - the core of the Open IMS playground - has been officially released to the general public via the BerliOS Open Source portal www.openimscore.org OSIMS allows industry and academic institutions to setup own testbeds (with or without FOKUS support and components) Since then OSIMS has been downloaded many thousand times from all over the world See also www.open-ims.org Note: IMS Client shown is MyMonster – see www.opensoaplayground.org/tcs
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS The new FOKUS OpenMTC Platform Based on the success of the Open IMS Core and OpenEPC Fraunhofer FOKUS has developed a NON-OPEN SOURCE Machine Type Communication platform, enabling academia and industry to: – integrate various machine devices with operator networks – integrate various application platforms and services into a single local testbed, thus lowering own development costs OpenMTC is an intermediary layer between multiple service platforms, the operator network, and devices This platform can be used to perform R&D in the fields of machine type communication OpenMTC implemented features are aligned with ETSI M2M specifications: – Adaptable to different M2M scenarios (e.g. automotive) – Extensible to specific research needs – Configurable – Performant – For more see wwww.open-MTC.org
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUS The FOKUS OpenEPC Platform In future mobile broadband communications multi-access network support (incl. fixed & cable) and multi application domain support (OTT, IMS, P2P, M2M, Cloud etc.) will become key for service delivery Based on the success of the Open IMS Core, Fraunhofer FOKUS has developed a NON- OPEN SOURCE EPC platform, enabling academia and industry to – integrate various network technologies and – integrate various application platforms into a single local testbed, thus lowering own development costs This platform can be used to perform R&D in the fields of – QoS, Charging, Mobility, Security, Management, Monitoring OpenEPC implemented features are based on 3GPP specifications: – adaptable to different deployments – extensible to specific research needs – configurable – high performance For more see: www.OpenEPC.net
    • Competence Center NGNI Fraunhofer FOKUSContact Florian Schreiner Dipl. Ing. Group Leader Integrated Service Architectures Next Generation Network Infrastructures Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31 | 10589 Berlin | Germany Phone +49 30 3463 -7174 | Fax -8000 florian.schreiner@fokus.fraunhofer.de www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/ngni