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Capillary Networks MWC 2015

Evolved capillary networks with cloud. Demo presented at Mobile World Congress 2015 by Jan Melén, Nicklas Beijar and Jaime Jimenez, Ericsson Research.

Large scale IoT device deployments and device management. Processing large data efficiently.

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Capillary Networks MWC 2015

  1. 1. Evolved Capillary Networks Mobile World Congress 2015
  2. 2. MWC15 | Ericsson AB | 2015-02-11 | Page 2 Features IoT Framework Virtual Middleware Cloud Mobile Core Capillary Network Function & Manager Capillary Gateway Bluetooth, 802.11, 802.15.4 User Management Authentication based on SIM credentials Auto-conf, Discovery and Registration Platform for Middleware & Services GW Selection for Machine Devices Storage and filtering of data
  3. 3. MWC15 | Ericsson AB | 2015-02-11 | Page 3 › Large scale IoT device deployments and device management – Costly to manage as number of devices explode › Processing large data efficiently – Different data has different requirements – Real-time vs. non-real-time › Need to support a variety of applications with different requirements Challenges
  4. 4. MWC15 | Ericsson AB | 2015-02-11 | Page 4 Large-Scale Management Management LWM2M Proxy Auto-conf, Discovery and Registration One-to-Many Instead of One-to-One Lower Management, Deployment Cost Efficient Use of Network Resources
  5. 5. MWC15 | Ericsson AB | 2015-02-11 | Page 5 Distributed Virtualization Aggregation & Processing on Edges Deploy Software on Demand Reduced Overhead of App. Instances Auto-scaling Compute Resources Low Latency Control Loops
  6. 6. MWC15 | Ericsson AB | 2015-02-11 | Page 6 Opportunities  E2E Management and Group Management of devices  Paradigm change from one-to-one to one-to-many  Automated tasks and no cost management  Lightweight virtualization for content aggregation  Enabling content aggregation near data sources  Dynamic provisioning of resources on demand  Enabling processing and aggregation of large data sets