ProjectsOur current and past projects

XIFI is a project of the European Public-Private-Partnership on Future Internet (FI-PPP) programme. In this context XIFI is the project responsible for the capacity building part of the programme.


XIFI will pave the way for the establishment of a common European market for large-scale trials for Future Internet and Smart Cities through the creation of a sustainable pan-European federation of Future Internet test infrastructures. The XIFI open federation will leverage existing public investments in advanced infrastructures and support advanced large-scale deployment of FI-PPP early trials across a multiplicity of heterogeneous environments and sector use cases that should be sustained beyond the FI-PPP programme.

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Project’s website: https://www.fi-xifi.eu

 

NITOS XIFI node

The University of Thessaly (UTH) is participating in the XiFi consortium with the NITOS Cloud Infrastructure. NITOS stands for Network Implementation Testbed using Open Source platforms and components of it have been built throughout several EU-FP7 projects addressing the objectives set by the Future Internet Research and Experimentation initiative. NITOS testbed infrastructure is consisting of several heterogeneous networking technologies, used for the experimental evaluation of novel protocols and ideas under real world settings. Read more here.

Current Projects

  • Monroe

    Overview MONROE will build a dedicated infrastructure for measuring and experimenting in MBB and WiFi networks, comprising both fixed and Read More
  • FIESTA

    FIESTA-IoT provides a Blueprint Experimental Infrastructure for Heterogeneous IoT Technologies FIESTA-IoT is providing a meta-testbed IoT/cloud infrastructure to enable the Read More
  • Fed4FIRE+

    Fed4FIRE+ is a Research and Innovation Action under the European Horizon 2020 Programme addressing the work programme topic Future Internet Read More
  • Wishful

    The WiSHFUL project (Wireless Software and Hardware platforms for Flexible and Unified radio and network controL) will reduce the threshold Read More
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