ProjectAmbient Networks

Ambient Networks

Ambient Networks is a large-scale Integrated Project funded by the EU. The project is headed by Ericsson and involves about 40 partners. The first two-year project phase was ended 2005, and the second ended 2007. The overall purpose of the project is to build a new mobile network architecture, beyond that of 3G. The keyword is network composition, and the project aims to build mechanisms for composing networks ranging from personal area networks to mobile and home networks with fixed infrastructures.

The main contribution from SICS is the Node Identity Internetworking Architecture, which can be described as an extension to HIP, the Host Identity Protocol.

External homepage: 
http://www.ambient-networks.org/
Publications
Number of items: 3.

Schütz, Simon and Winter, Rolf and Burness, Louise and Eardley, Philip and Ahlgren, Bengt (2007) Node Identity Internetworking Architecture. IETF Internet-Draft.

Gunnar, Anders and Ahlgren, Bengt and Blume, Oliver and Burness, Louise and Eardley, Philip and Hepworth, Eleanor and Sachs, Joachim and Surtees, Abigail (2007) Access and Path Selection in Ambient Networks. In: IST Mobile Summit 2007, 1-5 July 2007, Budapest, Hungary.

Abrahamsson, Henrik and Gunnar, Anders (2004) Traffic engineering in ambient networks: challenges and approaches. In: Second Swedish National Computer Networking Workshop, 23-24 Nov 2004, Karlstad, Sweden.

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