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Building programmable wireless networks: an architectural survey

Junaid Qadir, Nadeem Ahmed, Nauman Ahad
2014 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking  
In this paper, we provide a broad overview of the architectures proposed in literature for building programmable wireless networks focusing primarily on three popular techniques, i.e., software defined  ...  We also discuss the opportunities and challenges in building next-generation programmable wireless networks and identify open research issues and future research directions.  ...  Virtualized NIC abstraction Commodity WLAN card [159] TDM-based wireless virtualization to create a virtual WLAN using commodity hardware Virtual-APs Hamaguchi et al. [160] Virtual AP that uses  ... 
doi:10.1186/1687-1499-2014-172 fatcat:sbexhxyajrhubi4u474fk67yha

Benefits of building wireless sensor networks on commodity hardware and software stacks

Nigel B. Bajema, Jarrod Trevathan, Neil W. Bergmann, Ian Atkinson, Wayne Read, Adam Scarr, Yong Jin Lee, Ron Johnstone
2011 2011 Seventh International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing  
This paper explores the utility and practicality of building wireless sensor networks based on commercially available embedded single board computing platforms using standard consumer operating systems  ...  The majority of wireless sensor networks are built on bespoke platforms, that is, custom designed and built hardware with a light weight software stack.  ...  The authors would also like to thank Stuart Kininmonth from the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) for his help and guidance, and AIMS for the use of some of their infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.1109/issnip.2011.6146554 fatcat:vmhe6uvr7fc5rfvirkakwfqcga

Open Wireless System Cloud: An Architecture for Future Wireless Communications System

Jianwen Chen, Xiang Chen, Jing Liu, Ming Zhao
2012 Network and Communication Technologies  
Open Wireless System Cloud (OWSC) is a radio access network architecture for future wireless communication systems with remote radio heads, centralized wireless computation on open platforms, and cooperative  ...  With centralized wireless signal processing, system capacity can be increased using emerging wireless techniques, such as cognitive radio, or collaborative processing and coordinated multipoint transmission  ...  The virtual BS has the choice of using either modifiable software or high efficiency hardware.  ... 
doi:10.5539/nct.v1n2p28 fatcat:ftby5gjyuvc2hjrdddjefpgroy

An End to the Middle

Colin Dixon, Arvind Krishnamurthy, Thomas E. Anderson
2009 USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems  
We argue for a shift from using proprietary middlebox harware as the dominant tool for managing networks toward using open software running on end hosts.  ...  , working in concert with vastly simplified physical network hardware.  ...  Finally and potentially most important: by placing the majority of network management on commodity hardware running on a well-known, open platform (perhaps even a commodity OS), we can build a much more  ... 
dblp:conf/hotos/DixonKA09 fatcat:yxmiry7qvzbsnb2hr7jd6y6uuy

Coalescent Computing [article]

Kyle C. Hale
2021 arXiv   pre-print
System software will transparently leverage these ephemeral resources to provide a better end-user experience.  ...  , wireless networking technology will allow service providers to blur the distinction between local and remote resources for commodity computing.  ...  From lone dwarfs to giant superclusters: Proceedings of the Workshop on Virtual Reality and Rethinking operating system abstractions for the Augmented Reality Network, VR/  ... 
arXiv:2104.07122v1 fatcat:36da7fqzwbb6feqay5ys2yp62y

D8.3 Innovation And Exploitation Plan

George Tsolis, Bessem Sayadi, Carlos Parada, Raúl Álvarez Pinilla, Rufael Mekuria, Philip Eardley, Michael J. McGrath, Maria Bianco, Nicola Blefari Melazzi, Erez Biton, John Thomson, Christos Tselios
2018 Zenodo  
This deliverable holds the plan on identifying and driving the innovation and commercial potential for the technical work and technical goals of the project, providing common framework for innovation and  ...  end-to-end latency and high bandwidth (iv) builds on standard cloud technology.  ...  Software Radio and DSP Virtualization Wireless access virtualization enables diversity and co-existence of different wireless technologies on the same hardware, which offers the network providers/owners  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1230518 fatcat:nvq6bnjtfzgmjbnvxyivf4iypy

ViSTA FlowLib - A Framework for Interactive Visualization and Exploration of Unsteady Flows in Virtual Environments [article]

M. Schirski, A. Gerndt, T. Van Reimersdahl, T. Kuhlen, P. Adomeit, O. Lang, S. Pischinger, C. Bischof
2003 ICAT-EGVE 2014 - International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence and Eurographics Symposium on Virtual Environments  
flows in a virtual environment.  ...  Special care has been taken to achieve a high scalability in respect to computing power, projection technology, and input-output device availability.  ...  For the future, we have planned to further extend ViSTA FlowLib by making use of programmable graphics hardware to further improve on the quality and speed of the rendering of the visualization.  ... 
doi:10.2312/egve/ipt_egve2003/077-086 fatcat:yvxgk7s7j5gl5eepjlx6a7nbqm

D1.2 Superfluidity Project Vision And Roadmap, V1

Nicola Blefari Melazzi, Giuseppe Bianchi, Luca Chiaraviglio, Stefano Salsano, Philip Eardley, George Tsolis, Walner Saint-Aubin, Michael J. McGrath, Bessem Sayadi, John Thomson, Pedro A. Aranda
2018 Zenodo  
Its aim is to concisely describe the project as a whole, and publicly.  ...  This deliverable reports the first version of the Project Vision and Roadmap of the project; a second version will be delivered at the end of the project.  ...  Both CHANGE and T2 focused on running the NFV data plane on commodity hardware and core networks.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1219354 fatcat:zpui63yikrgftnnhpyjxxwywy4

D2.1: Initial description of the SLICES architecture

Nikos Makris (UTH), Serge Fdida (SU), Walid Dabbous (INRIA), Thierry Turletti (INRIA), Raymond Knopp (EURECOM), Faisal Rafiuddin (SU)
2021 Zenodo  
Other scenarios, in addition to the above-mentioned ones, might be considered by the partners in the future.  ...  In this document, different scenarios are analysed and presented as a baseline for the future discussions regarding the SLICES-RI's reference architecture.  ...  (VNFs) on commodity hardware in edge cloud locations, one or more "distributed units" performing the baseband processing functions as VNFs on commodity hardware with possible hardware acceleration and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5869575 fatcat:baw2lhp53rcjngbp4ahoqekxw4

Open, Programmable, and Virtualized 5G Networks: State-of-the-Art and the Road Ahead [article]

Leonardo Bonati, Michele Polese, Salvatore D'Oro, Stefano Basagni, Tommaso Melodia
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Finally, we review hardware and testbeds on which these frameworks can run, and discuss the limitations of the state-of-the-art, as well as feasible directions toward fully open source, programmable 5G  ...  Fifth generation (5G) cellular networks will serve a wide variety of heterogeneous use cases, including mobile broadband users, ultra-low latency services and massively dense connectivity scenarios.  ...  For instance, Kaltenberger et al. leveraged OAI to build a Cloud-RAN Massive MIMO testbed with Remote Radio Units (RRUs) built from commodity hardware [84] .  ... 
arXiv:2005.10027v3 fatcat:ojtviluvgvdpbkxi5dvhh6i2fe

A Survey of Software-Defined Networking: Past, Present, and Future of Programmable Networks

Bruno Astuto A. Nunes, Marc Mendonca, Xuan-Nam Nguyen, Katia Obraczka, Thierry Turletti
2014 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
One clear evidence of industry's strong commitment to SDN is the availability of commodity network hardware that are OpenFlow enabled.  ...  Nevertheless, it is a useful management tool that may be used in parallel on hybrid switches supporting other solutions that enable programmable networking.  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2014.012214.00180 fatcat:zpqa7mcolrcndgn5kvy3pabapi

Industrial and Project Presentations [article]

Felipe A. Lozano, Francisco Serón
2003 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
Acknowledgements CREATE (IST-2001-34231) is a 3-year RTD project funded by the 5 th Framework Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme of the European Union.  ...  Users wear an HMD and a light computer with high graphics performance in a backpack. It is combined with motion capture wireless systems and a wireless network.  ...  These include: -Development of a high sensitivity virtual reality haptic system for training.  ... 
doi:10.2312/egid.20031006 fatcat:loh7chebubg2vatd5syfugub24

End-to-end Network Slicing for 5G Mobile Networks

Akihiro Nakao, Ping Du, Yoshiaki Kiriha, Fabrizio Granelli, Anteneh Atumo Gebremariam, Tarik Taleb, Miloud Bagaa
2017 Journal of Information Processing  
The research and development (R&D) and the standardization of the 5th Generation (5G) mobile networking technologies are proceeding at a rapid pace all around the world.  ...  research efforts to enable end-to-end network slicing for 5G mobile networking, and finally discuss application use cases that should drive the designs of the infrastructure of network slicing.  ...  Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR) Sensor Networks (smart Massive connection mMTC metering, logistics, city, covering a very large area No home, etc.)  ... 
doi:10.2197/ipsjjip.25.153 fatcat:xqu7o5uklvaszfq2bodpzlwwva

Perspectives on software-defined networks: interviews with five leading scientists from the networking community

Daniel M Batista, Gordon Blair, Fabio Kon, Raouf Boutaba, David Hutchison, Raj Jain, Ramachandran Ramjee, Christian Esteve Rothenberg
2015 Journal of Internet Services and Applications  
He is a co-editor of "Quality of Service Architectures for Wireless Networks: Performance Metrics and Management", published in April 2010. Prof.  ...  CAPEX and OPEX by leveraging commodity hardware and software-based controllers; improved management by means of global network view and centralized control, programmability of the data center network  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13174-015-0035-3 fatcat:37sityvvcjb4pp56sznvcqqbaa

Software Defined Networking Concepts [chapter]

Xenofon Foukas, Mahesh K. Marina, Kimon Kontovasilis
2015 Software Defined Mobile Networks (SDMN)  
Introducing new functionality to the network, like intrusion-detection systems and load balancers usually requires tampering with the network's infrastructure and has a direct impact on its logic, while  ...  Designing and managing computer networks can become a very daunting task due to the high level of complexity involved.  ...  This idea is analogous to the one followed in a typical computer system, where the operating system lies between the hardware and the user space and is responsible for managing the hardware resources and  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118900253.ch3 fatcat:dyxvf6kdc5dnxeaoqlpnkeeoau
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