This page provides a list of Research activities that are using or contributing to OSM. Click on the logos for additional details.
Project Partners: Ajuntament de Barcelona, University of Bristol, Citta di Lucca, Accelleran, ADLINK, Beteve, Comunicare Digitale, i2CAT, Incites Consulting, Italtel, MOG, NEC, Nextworks, Rai, Retevision, Ubiwhere, Virtual Open Systems, Wind Tre
Project Partners: Hellenic Telecommunications Organization S.A., NEC Laboratories Europe, Intel Research and Development Ireland Limited, Zodiac Inflight Innovations, ATOS Spain S.A., IS-Wireless, Wind TRE S.p.A., Athonet SRL, Fundació i2CAT, Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK), CREATE-NET (Center for Research and Telecommunication Experimentation for Networked Communities), Smart Mobile Labs GmbH, National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, CapriTech Limited, British Association of Public Safety Communications Officials, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC), Thales Communications & Security SAS, ITALTEL S.P.A., ORION Innovations, Universidad del Pais Vasco/ Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (EHU), EIGHT BELLS LTD, Municipality of Egaleo, NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH, Casa Communications Technology
|5GinFIRE is a three-year project under the EU programme Horizon 2020, which started on January 2017. The project aspires to establish a NFV-enabled experimental testbed for 5G technologies, capable of instantiating and supporting vertical industries based on industry-leading and open source technologies. The core testbed is distributed across different locations, including Spain, Portugal, UK and Greece, and other facilities across Europe will be integrated. In 5GinFIRE, ETSI OSM plays a significant role, being chosen as the open source solution to provide the management and orchestration functionalities for the NV experimentation platform. Being framed under the EU FIRE initiative, half of the project budget is dedicated to third parties (experimenters and 5G experimental facilities owners/operators), which will be selected through the planned 5GINFIRE Open Calls.
5GinFIRE is currently contributing to OpenSourceMANO in several directions:
Project Partners: Eurescom, B-COM, Easy Global Market, Instituto de Telecomunicações. Telefonica I+D, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, University of Bristol, University of Patras, Universidad Federal de Uberlandia, University of São Paulo
|5G-MEDIA is a 5G-PPP Phase 2 project that is working to integrate media-industry applications with the underlying 5G programmable service platform based on SDN/NFV technologies. The 5G-MEDIA Service Virtualization Platform (SVP) includes components of the ETSI MANO architecture and specifically we have selected ETSI OSM for the functions related to Service and Resource orchestration on top of three types of VIMs (OpenStack, OpenNebula and Apache OpenWhisk).
Project Partners: Engineering, IBM, Singular Logic, OTE, rTVE, University College London (UCL), Telefonica I+D, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM), IRT, Nextworks, CERTH/ITI, NETAS, Interinnov, BitTubes, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"
Project Partners: Atos, NEC, Altice Labs, Telefonica, Huawei, Nokia, University of Paderborn, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos", CTTC, imec, Weidmueller, Nurogames, Synelixis, University of Piraeus Research Center, Quobis, Easy Global Market, Ubitech
|5G-TRANSFORMER is a 5G PPP Phase2 project that addresses the transformation of today’s rigid mobile transport networks into an SDN/NFV-based 5G Mobile Transport and Computing Platform (MTP) supporting the specific needs of vertical industries. Current considered verticals in 5G-TRANSFORMER are: automotive, eHealth, media & entertainment, cloud robotics and mobile virtual network operators (MVNO). In order to do so, 5G-TRANSFORMER proposes a novel architecture aligned with ETSI NFV Interface and Information Model Specifications (IFA) that defines four main building blocks: the Vertical Slicer (5GT-VS) as the vertical front-end and the common entry point for all verticals, the Service Orchestrator (5GT-SO) as the E2E service orchestration platform, the Mobile Transport and Computing Platform (5GT-MTP) as the underlying unified transport stratum for integrated fronthaul and backhaul networks, and the Monitoring platform (5GT-MON) in charge of service and performance monitoring. Our key technical solutions are (1) Network Slicing to enable the provisioning and managing slices tailored to the needs of different verticals; and (2) the aggregation and federation of transport networking and computing fabric, from the edge all the way to the core and cloud using efficient contextual Virtual Network Function placement algorithms for dynamic deployment of multi-site network services while satisfying the specific demanding requirements of vertical industries.
Code available at: http://5g-transformer.eu/index.php/dissemination/open-source/
Project Partners: University Carlos III of Madrid, NEC Laboratories Europe, Ericsson, Atos Spain S.A, Nokia Networks, InterDigital, Telefonica I+D, Orange, Centro Richerche Fiat, Samur, BCom, Nextworks, Mirantis, Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya (CTTC), Politecnico di Torino, Eurecom, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna (SSSA) and Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI).
Project Partners: Telenor ASA, British Telecommunications PLC (BT), Telefonica I+D, Samsung Electronics, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GMBH, Huawei Technologies Norway, Ericsson AS, Nokia Solutions And Networks OY, Softwate Radio Systems Limited, Lime Mycrosystems LTD, EANTC, Keysight Technologies, Simula Research Laboratory AS, Fraunhofer, Eurescom GMBH, Altice Labs SA, Panepistimio Patron, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Athens University of Economics and business - Research Center, Intracom SA Telecom Solutions, SES Techcom SA, Cisco Norway AS, Engineering – Ingegneria Informatica SPA
Project Partners: Telefonica, IMDEA Networks, Ericsson, Intel, Commscope, UC3M, Cohere, InterDigital, Altran, Red Hat, ASTI, IFEMA, Rohde & Schwarz, Luz WaveLabs, Saguna
|Containernet is a fork of the famous Mininet network emulator and allows to use Docker containers as hosts in emulated network topologies. This enables interesting functionalities to build networking/cloud emulators and testbeds. One example for this is the NFV multi-PoP infrastructure emulator "vim-emu" which was created by the SONATA-NFV project and is now part of the OpenSource MANO (ETSI OSM) project. Besides this, Containernet is actively used by the research community, focusing on experiments in the field of cloud computing, fog computing, network function virtualization (NFV), and mobile edge computing (MEC).
Project Partners: Paderborn University
Project Partners: British Telecommunications, Telecom Italia, Centre Tecnologic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya (CTTC), Telefonica I+D, University of Bristol, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC), Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario Per Le Telecomunicazioni (CNIT), Naudit High Performance Computing and Networking, Openlightcomm, Lexden Technologies, Zeetta Networks, Fraunhofer HHI, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e), Coriant Portugal Unipessoal, Ericsson Telecomunicazioni, Adva Optical Networking, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs France, Old Dog Consulting, SeeTech, Alcatel-Lucent Italia, Politecnico di Milano
Project Partners: Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni (CNIT), Atos, Ericsson, Intrasoft, Cosmote Kinites Tilepikoinonies, Orange Romania, Exxpertsystems GMBH, Ubitech, Internet Institute Communications and Consulting, Incelligent Idiotiki Kefalaiouchiki Etaireia, Suite5 Data Intelligence Solutions, National Center for Scientific Research "DEMOKRITOS", University of Bristol, Aalto-Korkeakoulusaatio, University of Piraeus Research Center, Italtel, Bremer Institut fuer Produktion und Logistik GMBH (BIBA)
Project Partners: Vertical M2M, Imec, Universitá degli Studi di Milano Bicocca (UNIMIB), British Telecom, Atos, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Virtual Open Systems (VoSys), Nokia, b<>com, Orange, Onapp, Nokia Bell Labs
Project Partners: Engineering - Ingegneria Informatica Spa, Thales Six GTX France Sas, Singularlogic Anonymi Etaireia Pliroforiakon Systimaton Kai Efarmogon Pliroforikis, Ineo Energy And Systems, Societatea Nationala De Gaze Naturale Romgaz SA, Asm Terni Spa, British Telecommunications Public Limited Company, Wind Tre Spa, Hispasat SA, Power Operations Limited, Visiona Ingenieria De Proyectos Sl, Optimum Anonimi Etairia Technologies Pliroforikis, Emotion SRL, Rheinisch-Westfaelische Technische Hochschule Aachen, Institut Jozef Stefan, Technologiko Ekpedeftiko Idrima Stereas Elladas, Sorbonne Universite, Centrul Roman Al Energiei - CRE, Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey, Keysight Technologies Denmark APS, Universidad De Malaga
Project Partners: Airbus, Avanti, BT, BroadPeak, Gilat, i2CAT, iDirect, imec, oneAccess, Quortus, SES, ThalesAlenia Space, TNO, University of Oulu, University of Surrey, Zodiac Aeropspace
|The SN4I - Smart Networks for Industry, is an NFV and SDN aware communication facility that interconnects the University of the Basque Country with the Aeronautics Advanced Manufacturing Centre. SN4I provides network, computing and storage slicing for the deployment of isolated concurrent services and experimentation. This deployment will allow to study the integration of NFV technologies with the Industrial Internet protocols and the coexistence with other networks like TSN (Time Sensitive Networks). Therefore, SN4I will complement traditional research and activities in the field of manufacturing, with state of the art technologies providing high bandwidth, low delay, on demand service creation, SDN based security, etc. The integration of all these technologies with cutting-edge machine tools and manufacturing processes will allow to provide a mixed R+D+I center in advanced connected manufacturing technologies that will become a reference at international level.
In SN4I, OpenSourceMANO (ETSI OSM) is used to:
The I2T Research Group in the University of the Basque Country hosted the first co-located ETSI NFV and OSM meeting in February 2017 and has contributed the following components to ETSI OSM:
Project Partners: University of the Basque Country, Aeronautics Advanced Manufacturing Center
|SONATA is an EU-funded project Horizon 2020 and part of the 5G-PPP initiative on Agile Service Development and Orchestration in 5G Virtualized Networks" which targets both the flexible programmability of software networks and the optimization of their deployments.
Project Partners: Atos, NEC, Altice Labs, Thales, Telefonica, Nokia, University of Paderborn, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos", University College London, iMinds, Optare Solutions, i2CAT, Synelixis, BT, Ubiwhere
Project Partners: Space Hellas S.A, Fundació i2CAT, Agenzia per l'Italia Digitale (AGID), Hewlett-Packard Limited (Labs), Incites Consulting SARL, Infili Technologies, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos", Orion Innovations, Politecnico di Torino, Talaia Networks, Telefónica I+D, Ubiwhere
Project Partners: Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni (CNIT), Nokia Bell Labs France, Alcatel Lucent Israel, British Telecom, Citrix, EBlink, Intel Research & Development Ireland Ltd, NEC Europe, OnApp, Altice Labs, Red Hat, Telcaria, Telefonica I+D, Unified Streaming, University Ben Gurion, University of Liège, University of Technology Dresden, University Politehnica of Bucharest.
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Subject: OSM Ecosystem - Research