In this section you will find the details of upcoming events in which SliceNet consortium partners are actively involved as well as an archive of past events descriptions. For a complete overview on the events to which SliceNet has contributed, please check the List of Event Participation.
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SliceNet Webinar on 5G Slice-Friendly Infrastructure
May 19 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Our final SliceNet webinar is on Tuesday 19th May at 11am CEST on the topic 5G Integrated Multi-Domain Slicing Friendly Infrastructure, as presented by Navid Nikaein, Professor in Communication System Department at Eurecom. The presentation will describe the design and prototyping of 5G integrated multi-domain SliceNet infrastructure based on opensource software platforms.
The webinar from Navid will include radio access networks (RAN), Core Network (CN), multi-access edge computing (MEC), and xhaul domains that are customized to experimentally validate different use cases considered in SliceNet (e.g. e-health). He will highlight how SliceNet addresses end-to-end (E2E) network slices from the network operator, infrastructure provider and service provider point of view. The technical achievements and innovation focusing on the system integration and demonstration will be presented.
This webinar is aimed at developers and designers both in vertical industries and research, interested in 5G slicing infrastructure.
Do join us for this webinar! The details of this webinar in the SliceNet series:
Webinar Title: 5G Integrated Multi-Domain Slice-Friendly Infrastructure
Presenter: Navid Nikaein, Professor in Communication System Department at Eurecom
Date: Tuesday 19th May 2020, 11:00-12:00 CET
Please register your interest at least two days before the webinar on this page: Slicenet Webinar Series
- Requirements & Challenges
- Technical approach for Design & Prototyping
- Technical Achievements
- Major Innovations
- Industry Vertical Applications
- Q&A, References
Please come and join us for an informative session with a chance to ask questions.