SliceNet recently participated in a three day workshop organised by the 5G PPP Technology Board with a focus on 5G performance KPIs. The organisation was supported by project 5GCAR and Ericsson Research, who hosted the workshop at its headquarters in Kista, Sweden on 20 – 22 November 2018. Magnus Frodigh, acting head of Ericsson Research, opened the workshop with an inspiring presentation of Ericsson’s current and future view on 5G. (more…)
SliceNet will have a demo at the 5G In Action booth at C28 in the General Exhibition Area on 5th December from 13:05 to 17:35. RedZinc’s CEO Donal Morris will be there to demonstrate the SliceNet eHealth use case and the Plug and Play scenarios for verticals. SliceNet will also have these two videos hosted at the 5G In Action Stand on C28 as well as flyers available at both. (more…)
As a participant of the SliceNet project, Creative Systems Engineering (CSE) has completed the design and the definition of the workflows for the performance management component, as part of Task 6.2.
In Alveiro in Portugal, partner Altice Labs hosted the team in a fruitful face to face discussion this week. The team stands in front of the Altice Labs building.
In this video the eHealth SliceNet team describe ambulance tele-medicine services using 5G slicing.
A key aim in the H2020 SliceNet project is to demonstrate a verticals-oriented 5G network, focused on control of end-to-end ‘sliced’ services. Dedicated ‘slices’ of the network are guaranteed, to ensure the quality of service (QoS) necessary for the delivery of mission critical services, such as emergency tele-medicine. (more…)
On 5th December, SliceNet is organising a networking session on Artificial Intelligence at the ICT 2018 event in Vienna. The session title is: “Artificial Intelligence – New Solutions for Real-time Service Delivery”. The session aims to stimulate an interdisciplinary discussion on innovative solutions using Artificial Intelligence (AI) for real-time service delivery. Read More
Call identifier: 5ginfire-2 ‑ 2nd 5GINFIRE Open Call “Innovative experiments”
Submission deadline: 18 December 2018 at 17:00 Brussels local time
Mandatory feasibility check deadline: 5 December 2018 at 17:00 Brussels local time
The main technical objective of 5GinFIRE is to build and operate an open and extensible 5G NFV-based reference (Open5G-NFV) ecosystem of experimental facilities that not only integrates existing FIRE facilities with new vertical-specific ones, but also lays down the foundations for instantiating fully softwarized architectures of vertical industries and experimenting with them. The initial instantiation of the Open5G-NFV ecosystem was targeted to the automotive vertical industry requirements, addressed across state-of-the-art 5G infrastructures. However, it is as generic as possible in order to host other verticals applications. Read more…
The 1st year SliceNet review the last week of September 2018 in Brussels was successful and the whole review process was very constructive and leads us into the second year with renewed vigour. There was a focus on the SliceNet proposed architecture and testbed infrastructure, these were accepted and we are now moving forward with the implementation. The consortium is working well together on the three network slicing use cases of 5G eHealth, 5G Smart City and 5G Smart Grid self-healing and looking forward to working together in the next two years of the project!
Mark Roddy, CIT, will speak as part of a panel discussion in the upcoming Network Slicing World Summit in Berlin, 23 October 2018 held in CityCube Berlin Messedamm 26 14055 Berlin. This event is collocated with this year’s Broadband World Forum 2018.
“Network slicing will be a panacea, but it won’t arrive with a bang. The enormous challenge & opportunity of Network Slicing starts with 4G – Current Thinking: There remain complex technological hurdles to end-to-End, Application-Aware sliced networks, but the greater and more immediate challenge is on the operations and business side.” See the knect365 website and come and hear the latest on slicing. Read More
The new 5G Observatory, which will track the development of 5G networks in Europe, is now up and running.
The European Commission’s online platform of the 5G Observatory and the Observatory’s first quarterly report were presented yesterday at the 5G Techritory forum in Riga, Latvia. 5G is the next generation of telecommunications systems, which will provide ultra-high bandwidth to users and connected objects like household appliances, sensors, cars and more (the Internet of Things). Read more…