To extend a network capacity to a specific location, one of the most attractive use cases is to make the network portable or mobile, enabling private local communication as well as efficient backhauling to a central location or to edge nodes. This was the target of a field trial in Frankfurt/Oder IHP, on November 30, 2021. The event was an attempt from 5GENESIS project (Berlin Platform) to prove that a portable network can be installed and configured at the specific use case location in a matter of minutes and remain in use for a specific duration of time of the use case (such as for fairs or for construction sites). Some related posts in social media (LinkedIn1, LinkedIn2) and a video on YouTube are available as well.
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Demo of satellite edge computing, as implemented in the Limassol platform of 5GENESIS project. Presented by 5GENESIS partner Space Hellas and supported by three more 5GENESIS partners, namely Primetel PLC, Avanti Communications and UP Valencia, during the IEEE MeditCom 2021 (International Mediterranean Conference on Communications and Networking), 7-10 September 2021, Athens, Greece | Watch more at: https://youtu.be/cesMJ_URrCM
Dimitris Lioprasitis, Athanasios Priovolos, Georgios Gardikis, Spiros Pantazis, Socrates Costicoglou, Andreas Perentos, Eleftheria Hadjioannou, Michael Georgiades, Alexander Phinikarides, Alejandro Fornés-Leal, Regel Gonzalez-Usach, Carlos E. Palau and Manuel Esteve, Satellite edge computing for 5G rural applications, IEEE MeditCom 2021 (International Mediterranean Conference on Communications and Networking), 7-10 September 2021, Athens, Greece
5GENESIS paper accepted at Wiley Internet Technology Letters journal:
Michail‐Alexandros Kourtis, Thanos Sarlas, Themis Anagnostopoulos, Sławomir KukliŃski, Lechosław Tomaszewski, Michał Wierzbicki, Andreas Oikonomakis, George Xilouris, Ioannis P. Chochliouros, Na Yi, Alexandros Kostopoulos, Harilaos Koumaras, “Network Slicing for 5G Edge Services”, Internet Technology Letters journal, 2021, (accepted paper) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/itl2.289