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Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Next Generation Networking Initiative

Funding Opportunities for Industry

Franck Boissière

European Commission
-

DG Information Society

Tel : +32/2
-
296.8054

Fax : +32/2
-
296.8389

e
-
mail : Franck.Boissiere@cec.eu.int

MPLS Forum

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Next Generation Networks

Defining Our Vision

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

The New Economy

and the Knowledge Society

New technologies are
driving the economy


all sectors, all business


increase productivity


create new business


open new markets


=> A networked economy is the key factor

for growth, competitiveness and employment

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Fibre Optic Deployment EU

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000




160
bn




191
bn

1999 2000

Telecoms services

market


218



557

1998 1999

Network

operators

Fast
-
growing

market

More choice

Some prices

down

Incumbents

still dominate



96%

Incumbents’

market share

1997 / 1999




91%

Prices

1997 / 1999




-

40%

international

local

+ 7%

1998 Telecom liberalisation :

Work in progress

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Evolution of Needs in EU

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Bandwidth Explosion: Undersea Example

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

1E+00

1E+01

1E+02

1E+03

1E+0
4

1E+02

1E+03

1E+04

1E+05

1E+06

1E+07

1E+08

1E+09

Information content (bits)

Response time
(ms)

64kb/s

100kb/s

1Mb/s

10 Mb/s

100Mb/s

1Gb/s

A. POTS

B. Videoconferencing (low quality)

C. Videoconferencing (high quality)

D. Teleworking

E. Telelearning

F. Information exchange


and retrieval

G. Entertainment

A

B

E

D

G

C

F

Source: Heinrich Hertz Institute

(including

Internet)

User and Service Requirements

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

E

Traditional Communications

(
Vertical Integration)

NextGen Communications

(
Horizontal Integration
)

Applications

Switching/Routing

Marketing

Sales

Switching/Routing

Transmission

Content and

Data

Marketing

&

Sales

Marketing

&

Sales

Marketing

&

Sales

Portals

Intelligent

Network

commerce



The Communication Industry


New Business Models









New Actors

Transmission

&

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

From Telco to Comco

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

~12x

~4 years

Transmission Rate Gbit/s

DWDM boosts

Performance

0.01

0.1

1

10

100

1000

10000

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2005

Research

Commercial

Photonics Technologies

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Challenges for Access Networks

LOW COST
-

AFFORDABLE ACCESS!

Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime


Efficiency & Technology Independence
(wireless, xDSL...)


Flexible Bandwidth Allocation


Cheap and easy
-
to
-
use Access
Gateways


Always on

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Challenges for MANs


Support All Services (Internet, Mobile,
Broadcast)


Flexible Bandwidth Allocation


Flexible Equipment


Interfacing with Higher Layers (IP)


Interworking with other Networks


Management System


Protection and Restoration

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Optical Networking Paradox


Problem areas are non optical


Optical hardware a decreasing problem


Priority toward the higher layer


Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

The rise of the stupid network


Simple open network


Third party innovation


Distributed intelligence on the edges


Smarter and more active than today’s
Internet


Flexibility and scalability


Optical core/varied access


Premium for all

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Our Response: A New Initiative

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Portfolio of Work in Progress

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Distributed

Systems

Control Systems

Feature extraction and
recognition

Embedded web
systems

Embedded

Systems

Pervasive

Computing /

Networking

Optical Networking

Network Management

Distributed
Applications

Service Provision

}

Quality of Service

{

Real
-
Time

Computing and Networking

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

CORPORATE

NETWORKS

VPNs



COMPUTING


BACKBONE

NETWORKS



PHOTONICS

INDIVIDUAL ACCESS/

HOME NETWORKS

MOBILE/FIXED


MICROELECTRONICS

+ 40% p.a.

Network

Integration

(protocols)

Distributed Systems Functions and Enablers

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

ACCESS

HOME

BASS

OPENISE



PALAS


VideoGateway

HasVideoBox

PROXiTV

WITNESS

InHomeNet

SIRLAN

HARMONICS

ATLAS

METEOR


DRIVE

EMBRACE

BRAIN

ADAMAS





Copper

Optics

Cable

Power

Wireless

WINE

GNIUS


Thematic Grouping of Projects

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Premium IP

IPv6

IP

Optics

Wireless

Network Mgt

TEQUILA

AQUILA

CADENUS

6INIT

LONG

MOBYDICK


GCAP


M3I

GEOCAST

BRAHMS



MOEBIUS

SUITED

BRAHMS


WINMAN

LION

DAVID

METEOR

HARMONICS

SHUFFLE

WINEGLASS

VESPER

NETGATE

INTERNODE

FAIN

FORM

ANDROID

WINE

NGN60

MANTRIP

ATLAS

QOSIPS

ATRIUM

SEQUIN

STARLITE

AGENTLINK

Thematic Grouping (2)

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Thematic Grouping (3)

FORM

VESPER

ATS
-
NETWORK

ANDROID

FAIN

STARLITE

SHUFFLE

MANTRIP

AGENTLINK

CORVAL2

VISOR BASE

DOTS

IB

DSE

GLOBDATA

C
-
ARCTIC

DAEDALUS

INTERVAL

AJACS

SETTA

INTONE

DIAMANT

GEODAS

HISCORE

CN2

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Workprogramme 2001

Highlights & Opportunities

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000


~1200 MEuro


~950 MEuro


~850 MEuro


~330 MEuro

1999


Jan Apr Jul Oct

2000

Jan Apr Jul Oct

2001

Jan Apr Jul Oct

2002

Jan Apr Jul Oct

Budget 1999

Budget 2000

Budget 2001

Budget 2002

Call
-
1

Call
-
2

Call
-
3

Call
-
4

Call
-
5

Call
-
6

Call
-
7

Call
-
8

IST timetable

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

CN1

Computing and Networking

15 Jan 2000


Next Generation
Networks


Distributed
Systems and
Service Provision


Network
Interoperability

Oct 2001


Terabit Optical
Networks


Application Services
Provision


Next Generation
Networks

Apr 2001


Real
-
time

Distributed
Systems


Network and
Services
Interoperability



DEADLINES

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Background2

Next
-
Generation Networks


Objective


foster deployment of an “open” modern
networking infrastructure supporting
industry driven large
-
scale experimentation


Focus


technology validation
-

Fixed
-

mobile interworking,
Management across different network layers, High layer protocols (e.g. IP)
over WDM, Mobile IP, Access/core networks interoperability, IPv6, etc.


full service demonstration
-

Scalability, Security,
Availability, Accounting/Settlements, QoS, etc.



usability testing
-

Application requirements in specific domains

15 Jan 2001 Deadline
(+ Oct 2001)

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

How to apply succesfully


Clear Objectives


In focus, Innovation


Consortium


Cooperation, value added


Industrial relevance, Economic aspects


Exploitation potential, markets, actors


Resources


Cost, Existing base


Experiences from the past

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Infrastructure: GEANT




80 Million funding


Start 1 November 2000


Duration : 4 years


Covers EU + Associated countries


Extends world
-
wide


Provides Infrastructure, Services and
Management

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

GEANT
-

Today

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

GEANT in Context






IP Technology

Applications





Edge/Access Network

Terabit Testbeds

Mediterranean Eastern Canada Asia Russia

Countries


Europe

USA Pacific FSU

NREN

NREN

Virtual Communities

GRIDS

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

VTHD

Belnet

SuperJanet

GARR

ATRIUM

Renater

Peering: the ATRIUM example

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

2000
Workprogramme

Important details
-

official texts

http://www.cordis.lu/ist

Franck Boissière


Geneva
-

29 November 2000

Franck BOISSIERE/Mercé GRIERA I FISA

Franck.Boissiere@cec.eu.int
/
Merce.Griera
-
i
-
Fisa@cec.eu.int

Tel: +32 2 296 80 54 / Tel: +32 2 296 85 91


Fax: +32 2 296 83 89

http://www.cordis.lu/ist/ka4/ipcn/home.html