EICT demonstrates DESI project at CeBIT

| Any user is actually aware of the complex processes he initiates, for instance surfing the internet or watching videos in the web. In the telecommunication networks data is moved across a wide variety of devices and each of these steps consumes energy. These energy requirements are rising constantly with the increasing number of broadband services and applications. weiterlesen

5G Networks: End-to-end Architecture and Infrastructure

| Research on 5G networks is currently underway exploring different architectural paths which can address the huge explosion in mobile data of a hyperconnected society. Key drivers for 5G include: fast creation and deployment of new and yet unforeseen services and usage models through diversity in access speeds and flexible/scalable connectivity, in an energy efficient and secure manner. New business models beyond IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, such as Network as a Service (NaaS), Data as a Service (DaaS), and Knowledge as a Service (KaaS), are expected to emerge. New user experiences based on "zero distance" and "full immersive" services will capitalize on a 5G infrastructure built with novel technologies, such as SDN, ICN, semantic and cloud networking. weiterlesen

Project News

interactIVe and eCoMove Joint Final Event

| After four years of work, the integrated project interactIVe - Accident avoidance by active intervention for Intelligent Vehicles was completed. On November 20th and 21st, 2013, the consortium showed the results of their research work during a Joint Final Event together with the partner project eCoMove at the Eurogress Aachen. The event was attended by almost 400 participants from automotive industries, suppliers, research institutes and universities. weiterlesen

OFELIA Extension Sync

| On the 29th and 30th of August, 2013, OFELIA carried out the OFELIA Extension Sync. During the project's lifetime OFELIA has created a substantial amount of software. This includes aggregate managers which manage resources like virtual machines and FlowSpaces, a graphical user interface which enables users to setup their experiments, and a number of libraries and frameworks for general use. All this software together makes up the OFELIA Control Framework (OCF). weiterlesen