Changes between Version 46 and Version 47 of GEC21Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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    241241==== GENI Over the Air ====
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    243 This demo is to integrate the drone technology with GENI infrastructure, especially for the WiMAX systems. The drone will serve as the mobile WiMAX client to connect the WiMAX base station, which is connected to the GENI networks. The mobile WiMAX client will then provide !WiFi signals to the user on the ground. The demo will show people how to extend GENI infrastructure from ground to the air. It will also give experimenters the opportunity to study the network performance with high mobility nodes. In GEC21, we will show GENI society our drone platform, already integrated the !WiFi networks. By working with GENI teams, especially WiMAX team, we plan to provide a live demo in GEC22 with full WiMAX capacity.
     243This demo is to integrate the drone technology with GENI infrastructure, especially for the WiMAX systems. The drone will serve as the mobile WiMAX client to connect the WiMAX base station, which is connected to the GENI networks. The mobile WiMAX client will then provide !WiFi signals to the user on the ground. The demo will show people how to extend GENI infrastructure from ground to the air. It will also give experimenters the opportunity to study the network performance with high mobility nodes. In GEC 21, we will show GENI society our drone platform, already integrated the !WiFi networks. By working with GENI teams, especially WiMAX team, we plan to provide a live demo in GEC 22 with full WiMAX capacity.
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    308308==== GENI Cinema ====
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    310 GENI Cinema is a live video streaming project under development by Clemson University and the University of Wisconsin. The goal is to allow users in the GENI community to host live events and allow other users to tune-in. The infrastructure is implemented using GENI resources at various GENI aggregates, and OpenFlow is used extensively within the GENI aggregates to provide a seamless and scalable streaming service to the end user, who can simply leverage the service via a web browser. The demonstration at GEC21 will show how multiple users can provide live video streams to the GENI Cinema service, and it will show how subscribers viewing a stream can easily switch from one feed to the next without breaking their sockets.
     310GENI Cinema is a live video streaming project under development by Clemson University and the University of Wisconsin. The goal is to allow users in the GENI community to host live events and allow other users to tune-in. The infrastructure is implemented using GENI resources at various GENI aggregates, and OpenFlow is used extensively within the GENI aggregates to provide a seamless and scalable streaming service to the end user, who can simply leverage the service via a web browser. The demonstration at GEC 21 will show how multiple users can provide live video streams to the GENI Cinema service, and it will show how subscribers viewing a stream can easily switch from one feed to the next without breaking their sockets.
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    377377==== VNode, FLARE, SDX ====
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    379 We will show our recent progress of VNode system, especially focusing on applications working over VNode system. In GEC21, we are preparing three demos: one for dynamic software function deployment in virtual network for video streaming service (demo1), second for FLARE and network service deployment demo (demo2), and third for federation between different virtualization platforms (demo3).
     379We will show our recent progress of VNode system, especially focusing on applications working over VNode system. In GEC 21, we are preparing three demos: one for dynamic software function deployment in virtual network for video streaming service (demo1), second for FLARE and network service deployment demo (demo2), and third for federation between different virtualization platforms (demo3).
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    381381demo1: Dynamic software function deployment in virtual network will be demonstrated, and video streaming via virtual network will be shown, and the streaming will be transcoded automatically when network congestion occurs.
     
    413413==== Integrating GENI/Wireless with Emerging Connected Vehicle and Intelligent Transportation Systems ====
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    415 An OpenFlow-based handover and mobility solution for connected vehicles. A handover can occur on a device on a vehicle when it changes network interfaces or when an interface attaches to a new point on the edge. Traditionally, device mobility has been made possible with various mobile IP solutions. Clemson University was tasked by GENI to create a testbed to support handover and mobility experiments with IPv4. Our solution is entirely OpenFlow-based and includes components onboard the client device and within the network edge and core. The demonstration at GEC21 shows how the various OpenFlow components interact and are used to allow a client device to switch interfaces without disrupting the application layer.
     415An OpenFlow-based handover and mobility solution for connected vehicles. A handover can occur on a device on a vehicle when it changes network interfaces or when an interface attaches to a new point on the edge. Traditionally, device mobility has been made possible with various mobile IP solutions. Clemson University was tasked by GENI to create a testbed to support handover and mobility experiments with IPv4. Our solution is entirely OpenFlow-based and includes components onboard the client device and within the network edge and core. The demonstration at GEC 21 shows how the various OpenFlow components interact and are used to allow a client device to switch interfaces without disrupting the application layer.
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    417417Scenario 1: Vehicles run one application that requires continuous network connection, e.g., video conference. However, while moving on road, the vehicle may move out of the coverage of currently connected network. Since other networks may exist, the vehicle would wish to be able to transparently switch to another available network. In this demo, we show how the SDN based scheme can enable smooth and transparent handoff to another network without disturbing the performance of the running application.