Next Generation Access Network – ADDONAS Project Approach

Artur Binczewski, Wojbor Bogacki, Lukasz Dolata, Szymon Kuc, Lukasz Lechert, Lukasz Podleski, Milosz Przywecki, Maciej Stroinski, Jan Weglarz, John Dunne, Andre Oehlschlaeger, Dimitra Simeonidou, Georgios Zervas

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The ADDONAS project proposes architecture solutions for access/metro networks in two areas - at the infrastructure level and on the software control level.
Taking into account infrastructure level innovative joint metro/access architecture has been proposed in order to allow end users to access services with high bandwidth using symmetric connections on the last mile. It is proposed to change today’s concept of an Access Network from a passive transport element into an active element in the delivery of new services.
At the software level a SDN based system for service delivery has been proposed that will allow flexible service delivery. ADDONAS extends nowadays service delivery model allowing using and controlling simultaneously number of services with guaranteed Quality-of-Experience.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTERENA Networking Conference (TNC 2013)
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2013
EventTERENA Networking Conference (TNC) 2013 - Maastricht, Netherlands
Duration: 3 Jun 20136 Jun 2013


ConferenceTERENA Networking Conference (TNC) 2013

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