On 29th of April 2022, TeraFlow was presented at the 2nd IFIP/IEEE International workshop on Fully-Flexible Internet Architectures and Protocols for the Next-Generation Tactile Internet (FlexNGIA 2022), collocated with IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS2022).

Future network applications promise an unprecedented development for society, economics and culture by revolutionizing the way we live, learn, work and play. In order to deploy such futuristic applications, recent trends stressed the need for the Tactile Internet, an Internet that, according to the ITU, combines ultra-low latency with extremely high availability, reliability and security. The goal of FlexNGIA project is precisely to design a novel Internet architecture that is able to harnessing recent technological advances in terms of virtualization, network softwarization and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to design a novel Fully-Flexible Internet Architecture for the Next-Generation Tactile Internet (FlexNGIA).

On this event, TeraFlow was featured in two different sessions:

29 April
Technical Session 1
This session included a paper presentation of joint work of Telenor and NTNU carried out within Teraflow "QoS-Aware Inter-Domain Connectivity: Control Plane Design and Operational Considerations"
  • Stanislav Lange (NTNU)
  • Jane Frances Pajo (Telenor)
  • Thomas Zinner (NTNU)
  • Hakon Lonsethagen (Telenor)
  • Min Xie (Telenor)
15:30-17:00Special Panel on Research Projects on the design, management and security of Future Internet , 5G and beyond
Ricard Vilalta (CTTC) - TeraFlow project coordinator - participated in this panel explaining how TeraFlow focuses on the design of the next generation networks, providing a testbed to effectively leverage, test and evaluate the capabilities of these new technological advances
  • Ricard Vilalta, Senior Researcher (CTTC)