4WARD Project

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This presentation presents a general overview of FP7 4WARD Project, its ideas, goals, and project structure and work

This presentation presents a general overview of FP7 4WARD Project, its ideas, goals, and project structure and work

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  • 1. D 4W The Way 4WARD to the Creation of a Future Internet Norbert Niebert, Stephan Baucke, Ibtissam El-Khayat, Martin Johnsson, Börje Ohlman, Henrik Abramowicz, Klaus j , , Wuenstel, Hagen Woesner, Jürgen Quittek, Luis M. Correia IST/IT, Tech. Univ. Lisbon, Portugal PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 1
  • 2. D 4W Outline Partners & Structure. Why a Network of the Future? Approaches in 4WARD. Conclusions. PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 2
  • 3. D 4W Partners Ericsson Ericsson Nokia-Siemens-Networks KTH VTT Alcatel-Lucent SICS Deutsche Telecom Ericsson Nokia-Siemens-Networks Tu Berlin Canada Univ. of Bremen NEC Univ. of Karlsruhe Univ. of Lancaster Finland UNiv. of Paderborn Univ. of Surrey Ericsson Sweden Norway Telekomunikacja Polska WIT Siemens Ireland TPUCN Poland UK Germany Alcatel-Lucent France Telecom Romania Austria GET-INT Switzerland LIP6 France Technion Italia IST-TUL Spain PTIN Univ. of Basel Israel Telcom Italia Robotiker-Tecnalia US Telefonica Rutgers university PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 3
  • 4. D 4W Structure WP6 NetInf WP4 InNet WP2 WP1 Mgmt WP5 Formux New BIRD APC WP3 Virtualisation WP0 Project Management PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 4
  • 5. 4W D Why a Network of the Future? (1) Innovation is anyway outside the network ( g , y y (e.g., Skype, Zattoo, FaceBook). We just learned that we have to move to all-IP. Is this all wrong? The Internet itself has always worked, and the IETF will fix it if there are problems. But, But PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 5
  • 6. 4W D Why a Network of the Future? (2) There is a surge of unwanted traffic and management g g cost. Will the IP world reasonably cover the Internet of Information? IP Internet was developed for copper. Is it the best choice for the future optical-wireless world? International activities have started: FIND (US), GENI (US) (US), Future Internet Assembly (EU), NICT (JP), FIF (KR), (KR) … PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 6
  • 7. 4W D The Network of the Future as we know it k Flexible and participatory – user and provider are p p y p dynamically attached roles. Information centric rather than bit centric at the network level. level Security that nevertheless keeps the generativity of the network intact. Low cost to access, deploy and operate. access operate PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 7
  • 8. D 4W 4WARD Principles Tenet 1: Let 1000 Networks Bloom. Tenet 2: Let Networks Manage Themselves Themselves. Tenet 3: Let a Network Path Be an Active Unit. Tenet 4: Let Networks Be Information-Centric. PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 8
  • 9. D 4W The Facets of 4WARD Combination of Business Innovation clean-slate approaches to address the Network of the Future. Endpoint Focus on Forwarde r individual Folding Point innovations in Phase 1 (2 years). PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 9
  • 10. 4W D Business, Society and Regulatory Drivers R l t D i Focus of 4WARD: Drive innovations into the network layer to create new socio socio- economic opportunities. PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 10
  • 11. D 4W Support the Network Architect PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 11
  • 12. D 4W The Virtual e2e Network Deals with e2e resource virtualisation of networking resources. Opens the p possibility for y more radical innovation in the network. Enables migration from current Internet. PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 12
  • 13. 4W D Traditional Network Management M t PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 13
  • 14. D 4W In network In-network Management PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 14
  • 15. D 4W How we see connectivity today Today’s networks are constructed as y overlays from the ground up. We have routing, addressing, routing addressing error/flow control on application, IP and ethernet/optical/radio layer today. Overlays and underlays are typically not end-to-end. end-to-end Paths are visible inside a single layer only. onl Is there something like a largest common denominator, a generic path? PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 15
  • 16. 4W D A new transport paradigm: the generic path i th Organise cooperation among nodes in a path O i ti d i th Understand their existence, and signalling. Structure cross-layer information Find out lower topologies and their capabilities. Control underlay topologies Multi-layer routing. Mobility by generic path. PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 16
  • 17. D 4W The Network of Information Architecture of a Network of Information. A D Information modelling. modelling D Basic dissemination B C E mechanisms and services. Non-dissemination and N di i ti d D A E delay-sensitive B B B E E E E services. ser ices A A A A Evaluation of the C D approach. PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 17
  • 18. 4W D Network of Information Architecture Overview A hit t O i PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 18
  • 19. D 4W Conclusions 4WARD addresses the problems of the Networks of p the Future, and Future Internet. A systems approach is taken for Future Internet Internet. Innovation and new business opportunities are driven into the network layer. layer The mobile and wireless perspective is considered. Networks architectures, virtualisation of resources, in-network management, generic paths, and network of information are the main concepts being addressed. We are open and interested in collaboration with related international initiatives. PIMRC’2008, Cannes, France Sep 17th, 2008 19