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2013 Second European Workshop on Software Defined Networks (2013)
Berlin Germany
Oct. 10, 2013 to Oct. 11, 2013
pp: 19-24
Artur Binczewski , Poznan Supercomput. & Networking Center, Poznan, Poland
Wojbor Bogacki , Poznan Supercomput. & Networking Center, Poznan, Poland
Lukasz Dolata , Poznan Supercomput. & Networking Center, Poznan, Poland
Lukasz Lechert , Poznan Supercomput. & Networking Center, Poznan, Poland
Lukasz Podleski , Poznan Supercomput. & Networking Center, Poznan, Poland
Milosz Przywecki , Poznan Supercomput. & Networking Center, Poznan, Poland
Andre Oehlschlaeger , KEYMILE GmbH, Hannover, Germany
John Dunne , Intune Networks Belfast Ltd., Belfast, UK
Dimitra Simeonidou , Univ. of Bristol, Bristol, UK
Georgios Zervas , Univ. of Bristol, Bristol, UK
Bijan Rahimzadeh Rofoee , Univ. of Bristol, Bristol, UK
ABSTRACT
SDN/OpenFlow solutions have shown their strengths in datacenter, cloud and experimental environments. Currently there is a number of activities employing SDN concepts to other use cases. The ADDONAS project (Active Distributed & Dynamic Optical Network Access Systems) proposed to use SDN concept to support access to the services for the users and fair access to the resources for service providers. This paper presents the work done in the ADDONAS project, discusses architecture and describes development related to deployment of the SDN system to enable flexible service provisioning in combined metro and access architectures.
INDEX TERMS
Switches, Bandwidth, Virtualization, Computer architecture, Protocols, Topology, Internet,OpenFlow, Metro networks, access networks, SDN
CITATION
Artur Binczewski, Wojbor Bogacki, Lukasz Dolata, Lukasz Lechert, Lukasz Podleski, Milosz Przywecki, Andre Oehlschlaeger, John Dunne, Dimitra Simeonidou, Georgios Zervas, Bijan Rahimzadeh Rofoee, "Enabling Service Market in Metro and Access Networks - The ADDONAS Project", 2013 Second European Workshop on Software Defined Networks, vol. 00, no. , pp. 19-24, 2013, doi:10.1109/EWSDN.2013.10
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