Past projects WiN

WiN

  • EmPOWER (PROGRAMMABLE RADIO ACCESS NETWORKS) is a Software-Defined Radio Access Network (SD-RAN) Platform based on open-source software
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  • The SESAME project targets innovations around three central elements in 5G
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  • By 2020 nearly six billion wireless devices in Europe, around a quarter of the global total, will be connected and served by different types…
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  • Mobile data traffic is forecasted to increase 11-fold between 2013 and 2018. 5G networks serving this mobile data tsunami will require fronthaul and backhaul…
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  • VITAL - (VIrtualized hybrid satellite-TerrestriAl systems for resilient and fLexible future networks)
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  • ASTERIX - REDEFINING SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT AND TRADING FOR 5G ACCESS
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  • Fed4FIRE is an Integrating Project under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) addressing the work programme topic Future Internet Research and Experimentation. The project is performed by a consortium of 17 partner organisations from 8 countries, and is coordinated by iMinds, Belgium
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  • PRISTINE will use RINA to develop practical, demonstrable, and commercially exploitable solutions to address networking limitations associated to performance, efficiency, security, robustness and management.
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  • The overall goal of this activity funded by the EIT ICT Labs is about accelerating the exploitation of SDN (Software Defined Networking) and NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) in order to produce business impacts at the edge of fixed networks and in the access mobile networks.
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  • The main goal of ABSOLUTE is to design and validate an innovative holistic network architecture ensuring dependable communication services based on the following main features:
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  • LOCOS is a project funded by PAT under the FESR framework. It is a cooperative project between U-Hopper and Futur-3. Create-Net contributes to LOCOS on the design of the most innovative technological components of the platform.
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  • OFELIA (OpenFlow in Europe: Linking Infrastructure and Applications) is a collaborative project within the European Commission’s FP7 ICT Work Programme.
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  • In the Dogmatix project, we investigate robust and energy efficient communication solutions from flexible 4G communication platforms that are deployed during the immediate post-emergency period for providing the useful capacity and network coverage to support the crucial communication needs of the emergency management teams.
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  • The project aims at fostering the scientific cooperation between CREATE-NET and the Technion through the creation of a top-level international research team in the area of algorithms and protocols for wireless networking, able to stay at the forefront of technological and scientific research through the integration of the different competences owned by the two proposing institutions.
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  • The SMART-Net concept is based on a decentralised vision in which access infrastructure is partly distributed across the network, allowing reduction of service cost and significant increase of performance.
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  • To avoid the foreseen 4G “energy trap” and to help wireless devices become more environmentally friendly, there is a clear need for disruptive strategies to address all aspects of power efficiency from the user devices through to the core infrastructure of the network, and how these devices and equipment interact with each other.
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  • In 2005 WiMAX (IEEE 802.16) was considered a key radio access network solution with a potential huge impact on the way ISP and other actors could provide broadband connectivity to users, especially in rural and remote regions.
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