NGPaaS Organize Workshop in BMSB 2018 on microservices

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NGPaaS is organizing a workshop in IEEE BMSB 2018:  Accelerating Microservices, Design and Development.

The aim is to bring together leading researchers in both academia and industry, and to provide a forum for researchers from diverse backgrounds to share their views on design and development of microservices-based cloud-native 5G system and applications, and to have an open dialogue on the delivery pipeline and its acceleration research. The goal is to identify key cloud-native enablers and technologies that can deliver significant performance, capacity, coverage, and user-experience improvements in future high performance microservice development and operational environments.

 

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NGPaaS 3rd Face-to-Face Project Meeting in University of Ghent, IMEC, BE

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It has been a busy week for the NGPaaS consortium. On Thursday 14th December we concluded our third face-to-face project meeting hosted at the University of Ghent (BE). Very good technical discussion covering the ambition of NGPaaS: Telco grade, FGPA, Abstraction, IoT, PaaS, Slicing, Hybrid Cloud, PoC, Dev For Operations, MSP, Unikernel, Container, PoP…

NGPaaS 2nd Face-to-Face Project Meeting in University of Milano-Bicocca, Milano IT

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It has been a busy week for the NGPaaS consortium. On Thursday 28th September we concluded our second face-to-face project meeting hosted at the University of Milano-Bicocca (IT). Very dense agenda to cover the different technical topics to build the new PaaS being telco-grade and supporting the mix and match feature.

More will come in our deliverables.

 

NGPaaS publish Press Release

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NGPaaS consortium published press release introducing its objective about the development of a next generation platform-as-a-service (NGPaaS) model for 5G networks.

In addition to Bell Labs, Nokia Israel is also part of the consortium, as are Atos, BT, and Orange. The University of Milano-Bicocca, and the Technical University of Denmark are also members. The consortium also includes international R&D hub IMEC.

Other members include IoT company Vertical M2M, French research institute B-Com, cloud management firm OnApp, and virtualisation specialist Virtual Open Systems.