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Application-aware User-centric Programmable Architectures for 5G Multi-tenant Networks

Total activity: 5
Type of activity
Competitive project
Acronym
5G-AURA
Funding entity
Commission of European Communities
Funding entity code
H2020-675806-5G AURA
Amount
444.246,01 €
Start date
2015-10-01
End date
2019-09-30
URL
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Abstract
The vision of future 5G networks encompasses a heterogeneous communication landscape in which existing Radio Access Technologies (RATs) will be integrated with evolving wireless technologies and systems, software-design network architectures and cloud-enabled services. Effectively harnessing the potential of all these innovative and heterogeneous features and providing a programmable multi-tenant network architectural framework will be the key to the success of 5G, and will be the main objective of the 5G-AURA project. Instead of focusing separately on the optimization of the diverse technological and architectural components, our efforts will be concentrated on providing a unifying framework that will sustain the coexistence and coordination of networking, software and cloud technologies, ensure network programmability and efficient resource orchestration, minimize control and signalling overhead, support multi-tenancy and scalability, and promote the development of new business models for emerging services. To efficiently achieve these objectives, 5G-AURA has identified 12 specific research challenges which have been mapped to 14 individual projects that will be carried out by 14 recruited ESRs. The project’s consortium, formed by four academic institutions and four industrial partners, has the necessary expertise and available infrastructures to form a high quality training network across multiple disciplines, sectors and countries. Considering that 5G is currently in an early development state and there are multiple open issues on 5G protocols, network architectures and technologies and standardization efforts, the timing of 5G-AURA is perfect, and the project has a strong potential to have significant impact on academia and industry and enhance the European innovation capacity in terms of technical contributions, intersectoral training of scientists and professional and novel business opportunities.
Scope
Europa
Plan
HORIZON 2020 (2014-2020)
Call year
2016
Funcding program
Pilar Ciència Excel·lent
Funding subprogram
Marie Sktodowska-Curie Actions
Funding call
Innovative Training Networks. European Training Networks
Grant institution
European Commission

Participants

Scientific and technological production

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