Future Internet Research in the ICT

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fabrizio.sestini@ec.europa.eu


New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities

DG Information Society and Media

"The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Co
mmi
ssion"

Dagstuhl Seminar on Architecture and
Design of the Future Internet

Schloss

Dagstuhl, 15 April 2009

Future Internet Research in the ICT
programme


FIRE Future Internet Research and Experimentation

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European competitiveness on future Internet

User protection / empowerment

Social responsibility: preserve neutrality, openness, fairness, social role

Balance the need for security/accountability and the right to privacy

Societal/Political

Support investments:
backward
compatibility

Need for (open)
standards

Security for commer
-
cial services and
applications



Economic

Terabyte networks

Complexity

Mobility

Internet of things

Clean slate approaches



Technological

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Content
-

and human
-

centric

networking



social networks, privacy, IPRs


Cooperative, multi
-
hop, self
-
managed networks



new economic models, trust, privacy



More intelligence within the network (QoS, etc.)



network neutrality, network control


Communication resources as shared commodities



economics, management, energy efficiency




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2004:
SAC

(Situated and Autonomic communications)




Long
-
term research dealing with managing Internet complexity, socio
-
economic context, self
-
organisation, interdisciplinary approach


what has been done in the EU insofar



2007:
FIA

-

Future Internet Assembly



2007:
FIRE

Future Internet Research and
Experimentation


FIRE goal:
creating a research environment for

investigating and experimentally validating

highly innovative and revolutionary ideas


To investigate, test and compare, at large

scale, new paradigms and future internet
architectures, and their socio
-
economic impact


e.g. transport/routing paradigms, dynamic
topologies, service architectures ...


e.g. socio economic impact of putting intelligence
into the core, changing the end
-
to
-
end principle,
...

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the SAC Roadmap (2005)


Enabling a new range of communication services for all networked devices


Self
-
* properties


Transforming management through
network autonomics


ANA: Intelligent monitoring, inference to detect problems, planning


Resilient
, Future
-
Proof Communication
Software


Robustness and safety, to adapt to changing environments…


Software Autonomy


BIONETS: Self
-
Modification and Code Mobility


Self
-
configuration

of network elements


ANA, Haggle


Inter
-
operability


HAGGLE: capability of exchanging information, mobility


Re
-
configuration



automatic deployment of services on nodes of the network. Scalability issues…


Sensing

and processing for autonomic communication


Context
-
awareness
, use of sensor devices…


Autonomic Governance

dynamic


CASCADAS: Explicit knowledge of the network state, Self
-
healing


Semantics

in Autonomics





Autonomic communication
for content distribution



HAGGLE

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main characterising points of
FIRE


Integration

of projects in a
sustainable
environment

for investigation and experimentation
of new (evolutionary and revolutionary)
paradigms


Empirical,
experimentally
-
driven

character of the
research (not just paperwork)


Bottom
-
up approach,
multidisciplinary
,
considering the internet as a complex system


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ASPIRE


COIN


CuteLoop


iSURF


CASAGRAS


P2P NEXT


TA2


2020 3D Media


NAPA
-
WINE


SEA


ADAMANTIUM


SAPIR


VICTORY



PetaMedia


CONTENT


4NEM


FIA
-

FP7 Projects related to the Future Internet


ANA


HAGGLE


TRILOGY


4WARD


EFIPSANS


E3


SENSEI


CASCADAS


CHIANTI


PSIRP


N
-
CRAVE


MOBITHIN


MOMENT


AUTOI


SMOOTH
-
IT


SOCRATES


ETNA


SENDORA


EURO
-
NF (NoE)


sISI


EIFFEL


eMOBILITY


MobileWeb2.0


IRMOS


NEXOF
-
RA


RESERVOIR


SLA@SOI


SOA4ALL


BIONETS


OPEN


SHAPE


m CIUDAD


PERSIST


SERVFACE


S
-
CUBE


Service WEB 3.0


NESSI 2010

eMobility
-

NEM
-

NESSI
-

ePosss
-

ISI

Trust, Security, Privacy

Experimental facilities and test beds

Network
Architecture and
Mobility

Content creation
and delivery

Internet of “Things”

Services
Architectures


MASTER


TAS3


PRIMELIFE


TECOM


RESUMENET


AVANTSSAR


AWISSENET


WOMBAT


PRISM


SWIFT


PICOS


eCRYPT II


FORWARD


THINK
-
TRUST


ONELAB


PANLAB


VITAL




IP

STP

NOE

SA

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Challenge 1

Pervasive and trusted Network and Service
Infrastructures


1.2 SW & Service Architectures

1.7 Critical Infrastructure

Protection

1.4 Secure, dependable,

trusted Infrastructure

1.3 Networked

Enterprise

1.5 Networked

Media

1.1 Future Networks

1.6 experimental facility and

experimentally
-
driven research

The Future Internet

EC Funding


190 M

EC Funding


50 M

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Objective ICT
-
2009 1.1:

The Network of the Future


a)
Future Internet Architectures and Network Technologies
(Call 5,
71M)

…overcoming
structural limitations

of the current Internet architecture…


Novel Internet
architectures and technologies



…quality of service, rich media networking, wireless sensor networks, ad
-
hoc
connectivity, wireless
-
friendly, spectrum
-

and energy
-
efficient, support all
-
optical
connections, routing, dynamic peering, resource virtualisation…


Flexible and
cognitive network management

and operation frameworks



…ad
-
hoc and optimised resource allocation, accounting, fault
-
tolerance and
robustness, self
-
organised and self healing operations, cooperative network
composition, migration paths through overlay, federation, virtualisation,
benchmarking, clean slate or evolutionary approaches…


b)
Spectrum
-
efficient radio access to Future Networks


(Call 4, 110M shared with c)


Next
-
generation mobile radio, Cognitive radio and network…


c)
Converged infrastructures in support of Future Networks


(Call 4, 110 M shared with b)


Ultra high capacity optical transport/access networks
.


Converged
service capability across heterogeneous access



…seamless ubiquitous broadband services, integrating wired and wireless,
generic

support for service portability across composite networks…

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Building the FIRE experimental

facility & stimulating its use


25 M


for IPs





FIRE experimentally

driven research


20 M


for STREPs





FIRE Components

(gradual expansion)

(20%)

FIRE Users

(user stimulation)

(20%)

Taking

advantage of

the facility

Defining the

challenges for

the facility

Co
-
ordination and support actions
-

5 M


for CSAs

ICT Call 5
-

publication 31/7/09 deadline 3/11/09

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Objective 1.6: Future Internet
experimental facility and
experimentally
-
driven research

a)
Building the Experimental Facility and stimulating its use

(Call 5, 25 M)

prototype

of the FIRE experimental facility at different stages of the R&D cycle based on 'open
coordinated federation of testbeds'.


large scale experimentation with and comparison of
visionary approaches

for
network architectures and technologies, service architectures and platforms,
networked media and trustworthy infrastructures for the Future Internet;
experimentation with systems based on cross
-
layer or non
-
layered approaches;
direct involvement of user communities;
assessment of the socio
-
economic and
environmental impact of changes to the Internet
. The facility should be dynamic,
sustainable, open at all levels and based on open standards..
.


a1)
FIRE Components
: 20% for gradually expanding the functionality of the prototype…


a2)
FIRE Users
: 20% for extending the use of the experimental facility for research
groups that propose innovative usage scenarios…

b)
Experimentally
-
driven Research

(Call 5, 20 M)


Visionary multidisciplinary

research, defining the challenges for and taking
advantage of the Experimental Facility above, consisting of iterative cycles of
research, design and large
-
scale experimentation of new and innovative
network
and service architectures and paradigms for the Future Internet from an overall
system perspective
.


Research should consider the Future Internet as a complex system and therefore
address all the associated aspects in a holistic vision and at all relevant levels and
layers. This includes the definition of relevant metrics as well as taking into
account energy, low cost, environmental or socio
-
economic aspects...


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“Visionary
multidisciplinary

research on Future Internet
(protocols, architectures, services)
:


consisting of
iterative cycles of research, design and large
-
scale experimentation

of new and innovative network and
service architectures and paradigms for the Future Internet


from an
overall system perspective […]


Research should
consider the Future Internet as a complex
system

and therefore
address all the associated aspects in a
holistic vision and at all relevant levels and layers


This includes
taking into account energy, low cost,
environmental or socio
-
economic aspects


Objective 1.6:

socio
-
economic aspects

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Coordination and Support actions


1.1 d)
Coordination/ Support actions and Networks of
Excellence (Call 5, 9M)


synergies across on
-
going national initiatives and with third countries
(USA and Japan); standardisation, take
-
up and testing of new
concepts leading to a European
-
led Future Internet.


integrated satellite and terrestrial systems.


Research roadmaps.


Networks of Excellence…


1.6 c)
Coordination and Support actions (Call 5, 5M)


coordination of related EU
-
level and Member States / Associated
Countries activities, standardisation, multidisciplinary networking of
research communities addressing both technological and socio
-
economic and environmental aspects of the Future Internet,
roadmaps…

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Study


Towards a Future Internet: Interrelation between
Technological, Social and Economic Trends




Identification of the current and future societal needs which
can be supported/improved by future Internet


Explore the past
-

examine prior studies and analyse how the
current Internet evolved to date, its main drivers and effects


Inferring relationships between technological and socio
-
economic
trends


Define possible future scenarios and assess their likely socio
-
economic impacts


researching the possible social, psychological, technological and
economic options for its further development


Stimulating global debate through website and conferences



Contractor: Oxford Internet Institute
-

Univ. of Oxford


Duration: January 2009


September 2010