An ideal 5G PaaS should not only facilitate building, shipping and running classical virtual network applications (VNF) with “telco-grade” quality, it should also combine all sort of third-party applications with those VNF for creating new more versatile and powerful cloud objects, breaking silos between connectivity and computing. Such a 5G PaaS does not exist today. NGPaaS will build it.


Visit the different sections of NGPaaS website to learn more about this project: Challenges, Impact, Work-packages etc. The Dissemination section will list the conferences contributions & journals papers, open sources contributions, flyers etc. Public deliverables will be accessible online.


Don’t hesitate to contact the Project team for more information on this project.

About US

NGPaaS project is an Horizon 2020 EU-funded project and part of the 5G-PPP Phase 2 initiative.
The innovative project has a 24 month workplan, recently started in June 2017.

The NGPaaS consortium includes 12 partners from 7 different European countries: France, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Denmark, Israel and UK. A close look to the consortium reveals that NGPaaS brings together pioneers with complementary background, carefully chosen to meet the project’s objectives.

The partners include 2 universities, 1 research centre, 5 industrial partners and 4 SMEs in which an IoT vertical players
having business into many fields like industry 4.0, telemetry…




Latest News

  • NGPaaS @MWC2018

    NGPaaS will have a strong presence in MWC 2018. To meet NGPaaS, visit 5GIA booth in Hall 7 stand 7K17.  Read More »
  • NGPaaS @ICIN2018

    NGPaaS is invited to talk about ‘5G, are we on the right track?‘, an invited session organized by Orange. For …Read More »

Project Data

This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020-ICT-2016-2017 Programme under grant agreement n° 761557

Project # 761557
Timeline 1.6.2017 – 31.05.2019
Project Cost  6,664,753 Euros
Requested EU Contributions  5,214,753 Euros
Manpower 698 person months
Project Coordinator Bessem Sayadi, Nokia Bell-Labs France
Technical Coordinator Julian Chesterfield, ONAPP
Innovation Coordinator Michele Paolino, Virtual Open Systems