The European FIRE Initiative

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16 févr. 2014 (il y a 3 années et 4 mois)

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Dr. Max Lemke

European Commission
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DG INFSO

Deputy Head of Unit, New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities

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

October 2008


The European FIRE Initiative

Future Internet Research and Experimentation

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Mobility and pervasiveness


Security, trust, dependability


QoS for commercial video streaming applications and broadband services


Heterogeneity of devices and services/applications (e.g. RFIDs, sensors)


Complexity of network management




The original Internet design has successfully
enabled multiple waves of innovation! But…

Novel societal and commercial usages are pushing the
original Internet architecture to its limits…

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Internet

has

become

a

critical

infrastructure

both

from

the

social

and

economic

perspectives
.


This

was

impossible

to

foresee

when

its

30
-
years

old

architecture

was

defined
.

Is

there

a

need

for

a

Future

Internet?

These requirements may go beyond the capabilities of NGN
architectures, currently envisaged by incumbent operators

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Terabyte networks

Complexity

Mobility

Internet of things

Clean slate approaches

Support investments:
backward
compatibility

Need for (open)
standards

Security for commer
-
cial services and
applications

European competitiveness on future Internet (act where market forces fail)

Consumer protection / empowerment

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

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

Societal/Political

Economic

Technological

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Internet of Services, Service Web

Networks of the Future


3D Internet

Internet of Things

Trust

Security

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Pervasive and Trustworthy Network and Services Infrastructures


THE FUTURE INTERNET

Networked

Media and

3D Internet

Internet of Things

and Enterprise

Environments

Internet of Services,

Software and Virtualisation

The Network

of the Future

Planned EU contribution under the federating theme

“Future Internet” in 2009/2010: > 567 M



EU contribution in Challenge 1 in 2007/2008: 585 M


incl. > 200 M


closely related to the Future Internet

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eMobility
-

NEM
-

NESSI
-

ePosss
-

ISI

Trust, Security, Privacy

FIRE Future Internet Res & Exp

Network
Architecture and
Mobility

Content creation
and delivery

Internet of
“Things”

Services
Architectures

IP

STP

NOE

SA

IRMOS

NEXOF
-
RA

RESERVOIR

SLA@SOI

SOA4ALL

OPEN

SHAPE

m CIUDAD

PERSIST

SERVFACE

S
-
CUBE

Service WEB 3.0

NESSI 2010

MASTER

TAS3

PRIMELIFE

TECOM

AVANTSSAR

AWISSENET

WOMBAT

PRISM

SWIFT

PICOS

eCRYPT II

FORWARD

THINK
-
TRUST

TRILOGY

4WARD

EFIPSANS

E3

SENSEI

CHIANTI

PSIRP

N
-
CRAVE

MOBITHIN

MOMENT

AUTOI

SMOOTH
-
IT

SOCRATES

ETNA

SENDORA

EURO
-
NF (NoE)

sISI

EIFFEL

eMOBILITY

MobileWeb2.0

ONELAB2

PII

FIREWORK

PARADISO

OPNEXT

ECODE

N4C

SmartNet

Perimeter

Echos

ResumeNet

SelfNet

VITAL++

WISEBED

SAPIR

VICTORY


PetaMedia

CONTENT

4NEM

P2P NEXT

TA2

2020 3D Media

NAPA
-
WINE

SEA

ADAMANTIUM

ASPIRE

COIN

CuteLoop

iSURF

CASAGRAS

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Allowing European researchers to test new paradigms at
large scale, including interactions with end users and
communities

Testbed

Testbed

Testbed

Testbed

Testbed

Testbed


Internet as a complex system: need to promote strategic,
advanced, experimentally
-
driven, multi
-
disciplinary
research on new internet concepts

requirements

validation

long
-
term

research

large scale

experimentation

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support actions

FIREWORKS


PARADISO


experimentally
-
driven, multi
-
disciplinary research



OPNEX



ECODE



N4C



SmartNet



Perimeter



Nanodata

centers



ResumeNet



SelfNet

requirements

validation

long
-
term

research

large scale

experiment.

building the experimental facility

PII



WISEBED



VITAL++

OneLab2

Testbed

Testbed

Testbed

Testbed

Testbed

Testbed


Federica

FIRE Launch Event, Paris, 10 September 2008

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Industries/SMEs:

Albentia, Alcatel
-
Lucent, Ericsson, Nokia, Thales,
Intel, Italtel, NEC Europe, Thomson , Norut, Solinet, BCT, PLA, OCTO


Operators:

BT, France Telecom, Deutsche Telekom, Cosmote, OTE,
RBB, Telefonica, Telekom Austria, Telekomunikacja Polska, Turkcell,
VoiceGlobe, Vodafone
-
Panafon


Research Centers:

ETH, Fraunhofer, WIT, Create
-
Net, RACTI,
CNIT, EURESCOM, CERTH, INRIA, CNRS, KTH, CTRC, IBBT, Club of
Rome, MIT, NICTA


Universities:

Athens, Basel, Berlin, Bern, Braunschweig, Bucharest,
Delft, Dublin, UPC, Geneva, Jerusalem, KCL, Lancaster, Liege, Lubeck,
Lulea, Palermo, Passau, Patras, Madrid, Paderborn, Pisa, Poznan, Surrey,

Tel Aviv, UPMC, Uppsala, Warsaw


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Next: Expanding the
concept & building the
facility


expand to include
service architectures



support experimentation
cutting
across layers


enable
socio
-
economic

impact assessment


broaden involvement of
large
user
communities


support
sustainability


develop the facility in
close
cooperation with
FIRE research

projects


Join forces in Europe

and
collaborate

internationally

FP6: Early

design &

prototyping

TESTBED PROJECTS
FP7


WP 2007/08:

Prototyping the concept

of federating testbeds


open and dynamic



supporting academia and industry



proof
-
of
-
concept


pre
-
commercial tbs



understanding the socio
-
economic dim.

FIREWorks

PARADISO

FIRE
-
Research:

New paradigms

Network of

the Future

FIRE Facility

Other Projects

FP7, MSs, …

ONELAB2

VITAL++

WISEBED

PII

FEDERICA

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Future Internet as a Complex System


Cross
-
layer, multidisciplinary, system approach


Need for testing on the experimental facility



Visionary research on Internet protocols, architectures
and services


Open, bottom
-
up approach


Not necessarily backward
-
compatible


Multidisciplinary, allowing cross
-
fertilisation, e.g. bio
-
inspired
principles, evolutionary concepts, economic principles, …


Experimentally
-
driven research


Not just paperwork: research, theories must be based on testbeds

and data
-
driven experiments


Allowing identification of potential evolutionary transition paths

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The Internet is evolving towards a mobile Internet


More radical Future Internet evolutions/re
-
designs will have complex
societal and economic repercussions


Internet to be addressed as a complex system across layers


from
connectivity to services


Need for a multidisciplinary research environment allowing large
-
scale
experimentation to identify technical, societal and economic
repercussions of changes to the current Internet


In European ICT Research the Future Internet is one of three federating
research schemes


Internet is a global issue: international co
-
operation is a must


FIRE launched in September
-

14 projects, 40 M


funding

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/fire