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SoftAir: A Software-Defined Networking Architecture for 5G Wireless Systems

Prof. Ian F. Akyildiz, Broadband Wireless Networking Lab, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, EE.UU.
19 Julio 2017 -
12:00pm hasta 1:30pm

Distrito Telefónica, Mini Auditorio – Sala de Demos, Ronda de la Comunicación, s/n 28050 Madrid

SoftAir is a new wireless software-defined architecture with network function virtualization (NFV) solutions for 5G wireless systems. The concept of SDN has been proposed to efficiently create centralized network abstraction with the provisioning of programmability over the entire network. Moreover, the complementary concept of NFV has been further proposed to effectively separate the abstraction of functionalities from the hardware, such as decoupling the data forwarding plane from the control plane. These two concepts bring the SoftAir architecture that provides cellular networks with the needed flexibility to evolve and adapt according to the ever-changing network context. Three network management tools are built upon SoftAir. First, an in-band control traffic balancing for a centralized controller is proposed to find the optimal control traffic forwarding paths for each switch/BS in such a way the average control traffic delay in the entire network is minimized. Second, a traffic-driven optimal network planning is developed for multi-controller placement that jointly optimizes controller placement and control traffic forwarding paths so that the required controllers and the control traffic delay are minimized simultaneously. Third, two delay-based hypervisors (schdulers) are proposed to achieve high system performance with hybrid light-tailed and heavy-tailed traffic flows. Also dynamic BS formation are presented  to solve NLOS problem in 5G millimeter-wave systems. Moreover, a software-defined massive MIMO scheme is developed via 5G spectral-efficient controller.

Sobre el Prof. Ian Akyildiz

El profesor. Ian Akyildiz es una autoridad mundial en el campo de las telecomunicaciones inalámbricas. En la actualidad es Full Professor en la prestigiosa universidad Georgia Institute of Technology, donde ha recibido el premio “Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Advisor” por haber haber licenciado a los mejores estudiantes del doctorado a lo largo de los últimos 20 años. El profesor Akyildiz es el autor de contribuciones científicas pioneras en el ámbito de las redes celulares, redes subacuáticas y en la actualidad, en redes 5G y nano redes. En mayo de 2011, el profesor Akyildiz recibió el Premio IEEE Computer Society W. Wallace McDowell por sus contribuciones pioneras a las arquitecturas de redes inalámbricas de sensores y a los protocolos de comunicación. Es Editor Jefe de la revista Computer Networks (Elsevier) desde el año 2000, el Editor Jefe, y fundador, de la revista de Ad Hoc Networks (Elsevier) en 2003, el Editor Jefe, y fundador, de la revista Physical Communication (PHYCOM) (Elsevier) en 2008, y el Editor Jefe, y fundador, de la revista de Nano Communication Networks (NANOCOMNET) (Elsevier) en 2010. Las publicaciones del profesor Akyildiz han recibido más de 90.000 citas por parte de otros científicos, y su índice H es de 107.

This event will be conducted in English

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5TONIC

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