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© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 MediaPoli - gigabit piloting environment Tuomo Karhapää Network Manager Otaverkko Oy email@example.com
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 2 Agenda MediaPoli general information Why MediaPoli? Otaverkko Oy MediaPoli users MediaPoli services Wireless MediaPoli Conclusions
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 3 MediaPoli R&D program the prototype of the information society of the next generation testbed for new network technologies simulation environment for digital media test and pilot environment for new services and applications feasibility studies
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 4 Why MediaPoli? a need for pilot network –data communications business is a basis for Finnish hi-tech industry –on-going revolution –broadband connections for residential users –new services a need for more than a laboratory, for the broad research platform
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 5 Why MediaPoli? Why Otaniemi area? –high technology is concentrated in the area –HUT is in the area –ca 3000 students live near the campus –ca 10 000 hi-tech employees in the area –good facilities and willingness
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 6 Otaverkko Oy –founded to setup and maintain MediaPoli network infrastructure offers –data connections to MediaPoli network –server facilities –middleware services –consultation
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 7 Otaverkko Oy owners Helsinki University of Technology Technical Research Centre of Finland Student Union of HUT Arcada Polytechnic CSC-Center for Scientific Computing City of Espoo Espoo-Vantaa Institute of Technology Geological Survey of Finland Innopoli Oy
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 8 MediaPoli - users research units: e.g. HUT, VTT, GSF, CSC students companies in Innopoli, in Science and Technology Park and in Spektri Business Park vendors content providers other companies
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 9 MediaPoli services Broadband network Middleware: WWW-servers, e-mail, DNS, e-commerce, video&audio, cryptography service management, account reports S1 S2 S3 R&D projects pilot projects commercial services customers: content providers service providers owners partners end-user continuous R&D production piloting and R&D
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 10 MediaPoli services servers for middleware services –e-mail, dns etc. –www –high quality video & audio –accounting –autenthication –cryptography –e-commerce
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 11 Network technology backbone: Gigabit Ethernet access –10 Mbps switched Ethernet –100 Mbps switched Ethernet –1 Gbps Ethernet – ATM –2..11 Mbps WLAN (IEEE 802.11) new technologies in the future –xDSL, something new
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 12 Main research areas the production, marketing, delivery and use of digital services electronic commerce data security QoS routing 3rd generations mobile networks network technologies
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 13 Wireless MediaPoli based on IEEE 802.11 standard access points developed by MART project at HUT Mobile IP implemented by HUT network covers Otaniemi campus area two modes –Mobile IP –basic access (uses DHCP)
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 14 Wireless MediaPoli Otaverkko Oy setup and maintains –access points, FA (Foreign Agent) –HFA (Highest Foreign Agent) –HA (Home Agent) –access points are connected to fixed MediaPoli network
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 15 Applications Some applications –virtual university –electronic newspaper –wireless multimedia –video and audio archives with www-user interface –video conferencing.
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 16 Conclusions Status –ca. 5000 workstations connected to MediaPoli network –ca. 30 Martnodes installed Goals –after service pilots commercialization of services –on-going R&D work for network and services
© Otaverkko Oy 8/2000 17 For more information firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.mediapoli.com (MediaPoli) http://www.otaverkko.fi (Otaverkko Oy) http://www.ieee802.org/11/index.html (WLAN) http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2002.html (Mobile IP) http://www.cs.hut.fi/Research/Dynamics/ (Dynamics) http://www.cs.hut.fi/~mart/ (MART) http://www.wavelan.com/support/ (WaveLan)
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