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Activities

  • NITOS Outdoor deployment consists of powerful nodes that feature multiple wireless interfaces and allow for experimentation with heterogeneous (Wi-Fi, WiMAX,

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  • The setup NITOS testbed is currently using is a fixed setup (employing no mobility between BSs) that does not require

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  • Towards the development of a remote accessible LTE testbed, where experimenters from all the word will be able to run

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  • NITOS facility provides remote access to OpenFlow switches (2 x Pronto 3290 , 2 x HP 3800 ), enabling the user to create

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  • NITlab developed a software defined radio (SDR) testbed that consists of 14 Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) devices attached to

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  • NITOS is an Intelligent Transport System (ITS) compatible facility thanks to the implementation of the key components of the ITS

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  • NITOS cloud infrastructure is based on HP GEN8 blade servers and one HP DL380p GEN8 server. Cloud Infrastructure UTH Each blade server has

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The Future Internet Facility

  • Outdoor Testbed

    Experiments under real world environment Read More
  • Indoor Testbed

    Experiments in RF isolated environment Read More
  • Office testbed

    Experiments in an office environment Read More
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FIBRE project: Brazil and Europe unite forces and testbeds for the Internet of the future

Authors: Antonio Abelém, Serge Fdida, José Rezende, Dimitra Simeonidou, Marcos Salvador and Leandros Tassiulas

Conference: TridentCom, Thessaloniki, Greece, June 2012

In October 2011 a new, ambitious project was launched, named FIBRE (Future Internet testbeds experimentation between Brazil and Europe). Its main goal is to create common space between Brazil and EU for Future Internet experimental research into network infrastructure and distributed applications, by building and operating a federated EU-Brazil Future Internet experimental facility. Apart from bridging partners from two continents, the project brings together different technologies, including OpenFlow, wireless and optical communications. To demonstrate the public utility of the facility, FIBRE will design and implement a set of pilot applications ranging from seamless wireless connectivity to high-definition content delivery. The poster to be presented describes FIBRE’s goals, its testbed facilities and a schema of the envisioned architecture embracing the functionalities of the individual testbeds, as well as their federation. This schema has resulted from the collaborative work of the partners in order to define the functional requirements related to such an architecture. Our ambition with this poster is to attract new users for the facility from the experimental research community, but also to stimulate interest for FIBRE’s activities among the conference’s attendees.

Download paper: fibre_project.pdf

What Our Experimenters Say

  • NITOS is a very reliable and well managed platform. The offered infrastructure and features are great. The management team is very supportive.

    Mustafa Al-Bado
    Postdoctoral researcher
    Insight centre, University College Cork (UCC)
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