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					Extending Collaboration with Industry
                 Daniel Kofman
                GET, Telecom-Paris
       Euro-NGI Chairman of the Steering Board



          Design and Engineering of the
             Next Generation Internet
     Towards convergent multi-service networks
             Content


     General Information on EuroNGI
        European   Networks of Excellence
        Euro-NGI domain
        Main addressed topics
        The consortium
        Dissemination activities



     Collaboration with Industry
        Overview
        Perspectives and Invitation




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              General Information

     European Commission, FP6
     Networks of Excellence general target
         Integrate the European research effort,
               virtual center of excellence,
         build a
        disseminate
     Euro-NGI main target
         Create and maintain the most prominent European
          centre of excellence in Next Generation Internet
          design and engineering,
         Acting as a “Collective Intelligence Think Tank”,
          representing a major support for the Information
          Society industry and leading towards a leadership in
          this domain.


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               General Information


     57 institutions, 203 researchers, more than 300 PhD
      students, 18 countries
        Academy  and industry
        Leader: GET
        See www.eurongi.org for the list
     European Commission Contribution:
      5 000 000 Euros (10% of the total budget)
        For   the first 3 years
     Starting Date: December 1st, 2003
        First Review: Proceed as is




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         Domain: Next Generation Internet (NGI)


     What is NGI?
        The   NGI will view multi-service/multimedia, mobility,
        service ubiquity and context awareness, convergence
        (services and fixed-mobile), Always Best Connected,
        spontaneous networking and other capabilities as the
        norm.

     A main keyword: convergence
        A concept that is evolving




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             What does convergence means

     From Fix-Mobile Convergence towards Ubiquitous multi-
      technology access to convergent services
         Always Best Connected
         Seamless mobility across technologies and operators
          boundaries

     From Triple/Quadruple play kind of services towards
        Interconnecting the Real and   Digital worlds
           • Sensor networks, location, context awareness
        New User    Experience: integrating the experience provided by
         different devices to create the illusion of a single real and
         virtual world
           • Ambient intelligence
        Spontaneous networking, communities
           • Peer-to-peer, Autonomic networking, ad-hoc networking


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                     Report “A view on Future Communications“

    Chapter 1- An overview on future communications
             1. A brief history of the Internet
             2. Main trends in communication and information services
             3. Limitations of the Internet architecture and open issues
             4. A focus on the required IP networking evolution
             5. The Future Internet Architecture
    Chapter 2-Network Architecture Evolution
       Section 1- New networking paradigms
             1- IPv6 and Home Networking
             2- “Beyond IP” architecture of the future Internet
             3- Research Challenges in Wireless Sensor Network Architectures
       Section 2- Access Networks evolution
             4- A prospective analysis of access networks
             5- Wireless networks evolution
             6- Mobility and ABC - Some aspects of the Always Best Connected solution
             7- Optical Access Networks
       Section 3- Core and Metropolitan area networks evolution
             8- Optical Networking in core and metropolitan area networks
             9- New generation control planes, GMPLS
    Chapter 3-Traffic engineering and quantitative methods
             10- A flow-aware networking vision of traffic management and QoS
             11- Network planning
             12- Network optimization
             13- New quantitative methods
    Chapter 4-Services overlays and virtualization
             14- Self-Organization: A Key Technology for the Future Internet?
             15- A global and integrated services and network design
    Chapter 5-Socio-economic aspects and business models
             16- Socio-economic aspects of Next Generation Internet
             17- Next Generation Network and Regulatory issues
             18- Pricing and business models

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          Domain: Next Generation Internet (NGI)


     From technology to network architectures and
      services
        The recent technological advances will lead to
         exploitable innovative services once the integration of
         these technologies through innovative architectures is
         achieved.


     Vertical and Horizontal Integration




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              Horizontal integration
     From extremely small to immensely big
        Sensor networks, PAN, Ad-hoc networks, wireless mesh
         networks, access to infrastructure networks
           • The IP networking model is no longer applicable
        Ubiquity,   Mobility, Context Awareness, etc.


     Vertical roaming
        Seamless inter-working, transparent and dynamic
         adaptation of the used technology


     End to End services availability in a Multi-domain context
        Operated and spontaneous domains (e.g. based on mesh
         networks)
        From multiservice networks towards multi-network services
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              Vertical Integration

      Multi-layer networks
      Unified control and management planes
         Multi-layer routing, protection, restoration, etc.

      Cross-layer design of physical, MAC and upper
       layers including innovative air interfaces, optical
       packet/burst switching, etc.
      Services Overlays
         Serviceplanes and related middlewares
         P2P, Grids, others




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            Domain: Next Generation Internet (NGI)

      Technology diversity explodes
          Requirement to deal    with the corresponding complexity
      Instant high bandwidth connectivity
          Future high-speed wire-line and wireless access technologies
          Makes difficult to forecast traffic and thus to apply existing traffic
           engineering methods.
      Investigation is required in new multi-technology architectures.
          It is understood today that new design, planning, dimensioning
           and management principles are needed.
      The design of those architectures is a multidisciplinary
       problem requiring a variety of competences.




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          Main addressed topics


      In this context, the main topics addressed by
      the NoE are:
        Overcoming    the challenge of technology diversity
         (vertical and horizontal integration) in the design of
         efficient and flexible FGI architectures
        Providing innovative traffic engineering approaches
         adapted to the new requirements and developing the
         appropriate quantitative methods for analysis,
         simulation and measurement




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              Organization of Research Activities

      Joint Research Activities: 6 JRA
       and 25 WPs for which
         Integration and                                Architectural Domains
          rationalization of research
                                                      Fixed      Mobile        IP     Services
          efforts                           Core
                                                      Access     Access    Networking Overlays

         Large working groups have
                                            Network Architecture Evolution, Technology Integration,
          been created                                 Control, Managing the diversity

         Internal and External               Traffic Engineering, Traffic Management, Congestion
                                                          Control and End to End QoS




                                                                                                      Research Domains
          Workshops have been
          successfully organized                                         -Layer Next Generation
                                            Optimisation of Protected Multi
                                            Networks: Topology, Layout, Flow and Capacity Design
         A field for cross fertilization
          between activities has been          Experimentation and Validation Through Platforms

          implemented
                                              Modeling, Quantitative Methods and Measurements


                                            Socio-Economic Aspects of the Next Generation Internet




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           JRA.1 Network Architecture Evolution


      Horizontal and Vertical Integration
      Core and Metropolitan Area Networks
      IP Networking Evolution
      Services Overlays
      New management architectures




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             JRA.2 Traffic Engineering


      Mechanisms and protocols for controlled bandwidth sharing
          Evolution of Congestion Control protocols, beyond TCP
         Interaction with MAC layers (e.g. in wireless networks)
         Flow aware networks
         Active queue management
      Traffic management in a multi-provider context
         Admission control, Implicit admission control, resources
           allocation, services differentiation, QoS and pricing, etc.
      Traffic engineering and routing for a cost effective network
         Routing in multilayer networks, constrain based routing, load
           sharing, layout optimization, etc.
      QoS in multi-service wireless networks
         Application of techniques for congestion control, traffic
           management and traffic engineering to the specific context of
           multiservice wireless networks: CDMA, WLAN (802.11x), WiMax,
           ad hoc and sensor networks.
         Planning of new generation cellular networks and of hybrid
           wireless access networks
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          JRA.3 Optimisation of Multi-Layer NGIs


      Optimisation of protected multi-layer core networks:
       topology, layout, flow and capacity design
      Optimisation of protected access networks topology,
       layout, flow and capacity design
      Study of methods for achieving network
       resilience/robustness
      Development of a European Network Design Tool
       for Next Generation Internet




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             JRA.4 Experimentation and Validation
             Through Platforms

      Integration and sharing of Platforms
         Experimental  European wide IP over WDM,
          MPLS, IPv6 network deployment
         Evaluation of innovative services: Grids, virtual
          reality based CAD, Telemedecine, etc.
      Software-based Test-Beds Development for Traffic
       Engineering Experimentation
         Distributed emulation of next generation
          networks
      European wide Measurement Platforms



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             JRA.5 Modelling, Quantitative
             Methods and Measurements

      IP traffic characterization, measurements and
       statistical methods
      Dynamics of networks under new traffic
       paradigms
      Spatial network modelling and stochastic
       geometry
      Networks optimization and control
      Numerical and analytic methodologies




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             JRA.6 Socio-Economic Aspects


      Quality of Service from the users perspective and
       feed-back mechanisms for quality control
      Payment and cost models for Next Generation
       Internet
      Security and Trust




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                 Joint Specific Research Projects, 2005

      JRA.S.01 Implementation of novel optimization and control methods for the Internet
      JRA.S.02 Pricing Mechanisms based on Auctions for QoS and Resource Allocation
      JRA.S.03 Vehicular NETworks
      JRA.S.04 Gaussian Toolbox for Storage Systems
      JRA.S.05 Origin-Destination Demands Matrix: Estimation Techniques Compared,
        New Directions, and Characterization of the OD Demands at Different Time Scales
      JRA.S.06 Design and Evaluation of Distributed, Self-Organized QoS Monitoring for
        Autonomous Network Operation
      JRA.S.07 Cellular
      JRA.S.08 Advanced Network design methods for Core NGI
      JRA.S.09 Reputation aware QoS control in wireless ad hoc networks
      JRA.S.10 Advanced Traffic Engineering methods for CORE NGI
      JRA.S.11 Fair and Efficient Scheduling in Wired and Wireless Networks
      JRA.S.12 A contribution to the ABC solution
      JRA.S.13 Integration of passive and active measurement platforms




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                 Joint Specific Research Projects, 2006

      JRA.S.14 Vehicular Networks
      JRA.S.15 Random Encounter Based Distribution of Large Files
      JRA.S.16 Self-Adaptive Networks for Future Internet-Based Infrastructure
      JRA.S.17 Implementation of Novel Optimization and Control Methods for the Internet
      JRA.S.18 Advanced Optimization Methods for IP Core Networks
      JRA.S.19 Fair and Efficient Scheduling in Wired and Wireless Networks
      JRA.S.20 Characterization of Web Services with Advanced Multimedia Components
      JRA.S.21 Networking in Randomly Formed LEO Satellite Constellations
      JRA.S.22 Solving Traffic Engineering Problems for NGI with Evolutionary Algorithms
      JRA.S.23 Transfer Control with Delayed Feedback Signals
      JRA.S.24 Characterisation of Internet Traffic in Wireless Networks
      JRA.S.25 Cross layer design for QoS in wireless networks
      JRA.S.26 Routing in Overlay Networks




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             New significant research efforts in EuroNGI



      Wireless sensor networks


      Self-organization


      Autonomous networks




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               Organization

                        General                                                   European
                       Assembly                                                  Commission



                  Advisory                                                        Consortium
                                                 Steering Board                  Management
                  Committee
                                                                                    Team


            Integrating Activities         Jointly Executed Research      Spreading Excellence and
                 Committee                          Committee                Training Committee

                      …                                 …                               …
        AC.1                AC.l           AC.1 MC          AC.m MC          AC.1             AC.n




     WP.1      WP.a     WP.1    WP.b      WP.c   WP.d       WP.e   WP.f   WP.g   WP.h       WP.i   WP.j




                                     ACx:     Activity x
                                     AC.x MC: Activity x Management Committee
                                     WPx:     Workpackage x
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             Integration Activities

      Establishment of a Knowledge Roadmap
      Interconnection and sharing of
       platforms/tools/facilities and coordination of software
       development
      Building collective intelligence through Advanced
       Communication Tools
      Collaboration with cognitive and social behavior
       experts for the implementation and evaluation of the
       collective intelligence
      Organization of internal workshops
      Increase of the mobility for researchers and PhD
       students
      Creation of European graduated courses program
       for PhD students and of Summer Schools
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           Spreading of Excellence Activities

      Electronic dissemination - Euro-NGI web site and
       group communication
      Database of Euro-NGI publications
      International conferences, Workshops, Tutorials
      Summer Schools
      Creation of European graduated courses program
       for PhD students and of Summer Schools
      Publications of books and white papers providing
       and integrated view of complementary domains
      Synergic collaboration with SMEs
      Support of Spin-Off Projects from the Euro-NGI NoE


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       Collaboration with external organizations


      Conferences and workshops: SIGCOMM, WiOpt, QoS …
         Technical Sponsorship
         Grants for PhD students


      Organizations: CreatNet, Planet Lab, …

      Non European Universities
         Example   BUPT-China

      Other European Projects
         BREAD, EMANICS, ..



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              Examples of Coming Main Events
      Euro-NGI 4rd Summer School
         Afterthe successful Euro-NGI Summer Schools in
          Bamberg (Germany) ,Linz (Austria) and Laredo
          (Spain)
         September 2007, Copenhagen/Lyngby, Denmark

      Euro-NGI 3rd Conference, NGI 2007
         Followingthriving NGI 2005 conference in Rome, Italy
          and NGI 2006 in Valencia, Spain
         May 21-23, 2007 Trondheim, Norway

      Euro-NGI regular targeted Workshops on topics as:
                                      Engineering, Resilience,
         Wireless and Mobility, Traffic
          Modelling, Social-Economic aspects, ..




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     Cooperation with Industry
       We invite you to join the consortium




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             Very strong relationship with industry

        Alcatel         Nokia                    Algonet
        Cisco           Philips                  AT&T, AT&T Labs
        Ericsson        Quallcomm                Bouygues Telecom
        HP              Siemens                  British Telecom
        IBM-NY          Solinet                  Deutsche Telecom
        Intel           ST Microelectronics      France Telecom
        Italtel         Teletel                  Netway
        Juniper         Thales                   OTE
        Lucent          Thomson                  Portugal Telecom
        Marconi         4Plus Technologies       Sonera
        Motorola                                  Sprint
        NEC Europe                                Telefonica
                                                   Telia
                                                   TNO telecom
                                                   Vodafone
                                                   Through YRP: NTT
                                                    DoCoMo, KDDI, etc.

     These companies are cooperating on NoE per-partner’s basis
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             Strengthening Collaboration
             with Industry: a main target

      From the list of main targets in the contract with the
                       European Commission:

            Consolidating collaboration with
       industry, especially with SMEs, through a
       durable partnership programme implying
         strong commitments from both sides,
           supported by an “industrial club”.


 * SME: Small-Medium Enterprises


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                    Industrial Club, Members benefits
      Preferential access
             to the outcomes of the network as well as to the documents prepared by the
              network
        Preferential exchange
            with the start-up incubators of the partners of the Network
        Invitation to the network events
            free of participation fees
        Influence the strategic decisions of the network
            including research topics to cover
        Request the targeted tutorials
        Access& participation in experiments, tools
            specific experiments on the Euro-FGI platforms
            to the software and tools developed by the network

        Consultancy
            Euro-FGI could commit on providing a certain amount of person days of expert
              consultancy to the members of the club
        Standardization
            Euro-NGI contributes to and can provide support to standardization activities
        This will promote the take-up of new technologies
            by facilitating the transfer of innovative technologies to and from European companies
              and research institutions.
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                Euro-NGI and SMEs
  Euro-NGI acknowledges the important role of SMEs
        as fast moving, technological highly innovative entities.
       SMEs, however, may be short of specific research resources in order to complement
         their own competences.
    An efficient interface
       between SMEs and the available competences of the Euro-NGI network is being
         organized
    The SMEs will take advantage of:
       the global and unified view of the field and of the main technological trends provided
         by the documents the network is producing. Indeed,
       SMEs usually don’t have enough internal resource to afford this type of analysis and
         synthesis.
    Contractual issues
       may be a major obstacle for the cooperation between university researchers and
         SMEs.
       The network can support the cooperation by providing help, e.g. in terms of fair
         contract templates with regard to IPR issues.
    Another objective of this activity is to collect and arbitrate requests for exchanging:
       students, researchers and staff people between SMEs and the academic members of
         the consortium.
       Example: Support sabbatical stays of researchers within SMEs or co-advisory of
         students with SMEs.
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                 Industrial Club, Euro-NGI benefits

      Technological transfer will be in both directions,
           the club will help in transferring Euro-NGI results to
            the applications’ world

      The contribution in building the network’s technological roadmap


      Euro-NGI expects to receive a financial contribution from the club
           The first year of the club, the participation will be free of charges.
           In following years, the participant will sponsor the club through a
            financing that will depend on the size of the company and on its
            usage of the Euro-NGI resources.
             • For example, as indicated before, Euro-FGI could commit on providing
               a certain amount of person days of expert consultancy to the members
               of the club, depending on their contribution.



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             Industrial Club, IPR

      There are provisioned mechanisms to protect IP
       Rights for all sides included (Industry, Consortium
       Partners)
      Legal issues would be analysed and workout on
       request




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             Invitation

      Collaboration with external colleagues and
       organizations is one of our main targets


      We will be very glad to discuss with you
       about possible synergies


      You are kindly invited to attend our various events
         Conference,   Workshops, Summer School, etc.


      Web site and Contacts: www.eurongi.org


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               Conclusions

      The main technical and scientific outcomes of the 2 years:
        a  series of state of the arts and tutorials on the various
          covered domains
         the planning and execution of new jointly executed research,
          with major innovative outcomes in main advance domains
             • These innovative research projects have started, they would not have
               exist without Euro-NGI

      Spreading of the Excellence
         through the web  site,
         publications database,
         Summer School,
         Conferences and workshops and
         several contacts and partnerships.



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           Conclusions

      A poll showed:
         the high interest of the partners in the network,
         the motivation for continuing executing the Joint
          Program of Activities is very high

      Euro-NGI is becoming to be very well known outside
       the consortium

      The project continue beyond the initial 3 yeas period
         Euro-FGI –   Future Generation Internet, till 2008



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               Contacts

      www.eurongi.org
      Daniel.Kofman@enst.fr (EuroNGI/FGI project leader)
      Myriam.Morcel@enst.fr (EuroNGI/FGI project assistant)
      Vilius Benetis vb@com.dtu.dk (in charge of the industrial
       club)




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               Discussion questions

      Which aspects of cooperation are most attractive for your
       institution?

      What advantages do you see from the cooperation?


      Would you be willing to participate in the Industrial club?
         if yes, who would be a contact person?



      If you are not interested, what are the key reasons?


      What would be preferred way to interact with the
       EuroNGI/FGI?

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