5GEx concepts and how they evolve together with 5G-Crosshaul into 5G-TRANSFORMER

In this second episode or the 5GCrosshaul series, Carlos J. Bernardos, from UC3M, explains 5GEX concepts and how they evolve with 5G-Crosshaul into 5G-TRANSFORMER project. The motivations for the development of 5GEx is to transform future 5G networks from dedicated physical networks with dedicated control and dedicated services and resources for different applications to a “network factory” where resources and network functions are traded and provisioned and new infrastructures and services are manufactured by software.

The project addresses the “multi-domain” problem, where, for instance, a vertical client requests a service that lay outside the footprint of their primary provider. The industry needs to be able to address and solve such scenarios in the 5G era.

In this episode, you will learn about the 5GEx architecture, 5GEx application with 5G-Crosshaul and the three building blocks of the 5GCrosshaul approach among other. Finally, the episode will present how all these developments are leading to the creation of the 5G-transformer project, addressed in more detail in future episodes.

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Carlos J. Bernardos
Dr. Carlos J. Bernardos received a Telecommunication Engineering degree in 2003, and a PhD in Telematics in 2006, both from the University Carlos III of Madrid, where he worked as a research and teaching assistant from 2003 to 2008 and, since then, has worked as an Associate Professor. He is teaching different undergraduate and master degree courses, including the recently launched Master and Specialist in NFV and SDN. His research interests include IP mobility management, network virtualization, cloud computing, vehicular communications and experimental evaluation of mobile wireless networks. He has published over 50 scientific papers in international journals and conferences. He is an active contributor to IETF since 2005, e.g. to AUTOCONF, MEXT, NETEXT, DMM, MULTIMOB, SDNRG and NFVRG working/research groups, being co-author of more than 30 contributions, several standards (RFC 6276, RFC 7028, RFC 7148, RFC 7161, RFC 7333, RFC 7429, RFC 7778, RFC 7864), several active working group documents, has co-chaired the IETF P2PSIP WG, and currently co-chairs the IPWAVE WG and the Internet Area Directorate (INTDIR).He visited the Computer Laboratory of University of Cambridge in 2004 and the University of Coimbra in 2005. He has worked in several EU funded projects, being the technical manager of the FP7 MEDIEVAL project and the Deputy Project Coordinator of the FP7 iJOIN project. He is the Technical Manager of the 5GPPP 5G Exchange (5GEx) project and the Project Coordinator of the 5GPPP 5G-TRANSFORMER project.He has served as a guest editor for IEEE Network and Elsevier Computer Standards and Interfaces, served as local arrangements co-chair of ACM CoNEXT 2008, and has served on the TPC of a number of conferences and workshops including IEEE VTC and IEEE Globecom.

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