D2.1 Converged Network Operational Environment report available

ARCFIRE’s D2.1: Converged Network Operational Environment Report is now available for download at the deliverables area. Below you can find the executive summary. Executive Summary Although network convergence is a long desired goal, current service providers are still working to integrate different access technologies and different network services into a single, common infrastructure. Future-proof service


IEEE SDN Pre-Industrial Workshop

ARCFIRE representatives attended the IEEE SDN workshop on 5G and Open Mobile Edge Computing that took place in Venice on June 15th. Sven van der Meer, from Ericsson, presented RINA, ARCFIRE and PRISTINE in two sessions: a 1 hour discussion session on building POCs (Proof of Concept) and another 2 hour session on participant contributions. Feedback was


ARCFIRE work presented at ETSI-organized workshop

This week representatives of ARCFIRE attended ETSI’s “From Research To Standardisation” Workshop at Sophia-Antipolis. The goal of the workshop was to bring together representatives from the research and the industrial communities, to jointly identify the components of research results which are best suitable for standardization and product development activities and to agree on specific next steps. In


RINA presentations at the 2nd meeting of the ETSI Next Generation Protocols ISG

This week representatives of ARCFIRE partners attended the second ETSI NGP ISG meeting that took place in Sophia-Antipolis (France). Some ARCFIRE partners are actively participating in this group – whose goal is to re-architect the current communications protocols stack. During the meeting, ARCFIRE partners presented and discussed three contributions: A tutorial on how layers have been used

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ARCFIRE presented at the FIRE Forum 2015

ARCFIRE was presented to the FIRE community for the first time during the FIRE Forum meeting that took place the second week of December in Brussels. The objective of the FIRE Forum was to bring together representatives of all FIRE projects and the Experimental Platforms unit, to discuss technical issues of common interest regarding experimental facilities and