Presentation on theme: "Session II: Broadband for All (SO 2.4.4) Agenda 14:00 – 16:00 Welcome by Manuel Monteiro Coffee break (PC- installation of participants presentation slides)"— Presentation transcript:
Session II: Broadband for All (SO 2.4.4) Agenda 14:00 – 16:00 Welcome by Manuel Monteiro Coffee break (PC- installation of participants presentation slides) Presentations by participants International University in Germany (Jorn Altman) Instalationes Inabesa, Sa.(Santiago Benito) BT (Russell Davey)tCombLabs (Luc Martens) EFTP consultino (Myer Morron)Alcatel (Dimitri Papadimitriou) Stastorm Technologies GmnbH (Andreas Zinsenheim) CESKY Teelcom, as. (Patrik Jalamudis) Alcatel SEL (Thomas Pfeiffer) …. 16:oo – 16:30 Question & Answer Closing session
IST Call4 INFODAY Session II - Broadband for All Presentations are available online from CORDIS site: –http://www.cordis.lu/ist/directorate_d/index.htm Additional clarifications: –National Contact Points –www.ideal-ist.net
IST in FP6: WP , call 4 A Work Programme that ensures –Continuity and adaptations –Whilst taking account of lessons learned and trends –Helps prepare Framework Programme 7 in terms of Content Broadband for All ~ 65 M Mobile and Wireless Systems beyond 3G ~ 138 M Instead of addressing Applications and services for the mobile user and worker as a separate objective, extend the objective of Mobile and wireless systems beyond 3G towards the mobile service creation
Wireless Wired Network & Service Management Core Optical Network IP Transport, Control & Routing Services and Applications Broadband Communications: Integration of Wired and Wireless
FP6 Broadband for All: C Coverage Summary Broadband Fixed Access Wireless Broadband Access Protocols, Interoperability Network and service management NOBELNOBEL OPERA LASAGNE DIADEM FIREWALL U-BROAD Core Network BROADWAN OBAN GANDALF SATLIFE MUSEMUSE EPHOTON FLEXINET MOME CAPANINA Techno-Economics COCOMBINE BREAD ATHENA EURO NGI
Broadband for all in call4 (1/2) To develop the network technologies and architectures allowing a generalised and affordable availability of broadband access to European users -Optimised access technologies for a generalized introduction of broadband services in Europe and in less developed regions, and notably for the enlarged Europe in line with the eEurope objectives. -a European consolidated approach for standardized solutions, regulation, best practices and introduction of low-cost end user and access network equipment.
Broadband for all in call4 (2/2) Low-cost access and edge network equipment, including optical fibre, fixed wireless access, interactive broadcasting, satellite access, xDSL and power line networks. Network management, new protocols, inter-domain routing and traffic engineering for end-to-end delivery of new added-value services, with QoS and security. Service-enabling technologies and platforms based on convergence and interoperability of Telecom and Internet Infrastructure. Resilience, multicasting, flexibility. Increased bandwidth capacity, in the access network as well as in the underlying optical core/metro network (including in particular optical burst and packet switching)