Assessment of impacts of Autonomic and Cognitive Networking
1102C, 28/09/2010 (09:00-10:30)
Autonomic and cognitive networking technologies can help achieve efficiencies through better exploitation of resources and reduced human involvement.
Research and development into autonomic and cognitive networking (ACN) needs to be built on measurable results. This approach would certainly be appreciated by an industry looking for solutions to save expenditure and generate revenue. This is more important than ever, given that the large-scale adoption of processing, storage and communication services will make future networks increasingly complex and heterogeneous. ACN technologies can help achieve optimal exploitation and use of resources; improve management by reducing human involvement; and exploit different service models so that operators can select the best one. This session will look at methodologies for assessing the potential impact of ACN for future network evolutions.
Web site: http://www.telecomfuturecentre.com/
Coordinator: Antonio MANZALINI (TELECOM ITALIA, STRATEGY AND INNOVATION - FUTURE CENTRE, Italy)
Links and Documents
- C. Destre_FT_Talk (448 KB)
- Introduction and Agenda (46 KB)
- L DaSilva Talk (648 KB)
- L. Ciavaglia_ALU Talk (474 KB)
- Opening introduction - Manzalini (1 MB)
- Paper accepted at Future Networks and Mobile Summit 2010 (191 KB)
- The Computer Journal
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