iCIRRUS has received considerable press coverage for its 5G demonstration in Ljubljana, Slovenia. For details please click here
iCIRRUS partners TS have produced a YouTube video about the project and its outcomes which can be viewed here.
The iCIRRUS project was represented at the 2017 edition of ECOC, Europe’s largest conference on optical communications, being held from 17-21st September in Gothenburg, Sweden. Nathan Gomes (University of Kent) presented a poster entitled ‘Effects of contention and delay in a sitched Ethernet evolved fronthaul for future cloud-RAN applications’. The Special ECOC Symposium in Copenhagen, Denmark on EU-overseas … Continue reading iCIRRUS at ECOC 2017
The next iCIRRUS project meeting will take place on the 12th and 13th of October 2017 at the ADVA offices in Munich.
iCIRRUS members were busy participating in workshops in the UK and Finland last week . JunYuan Wang and Philippos Asimakopoulos were representing iCIRRUS and related projects at the 5G World Expo and welcomed visitors to the booth where they could watch demo videos, read all about the projects and their achievements on the posters and examine one of the … Continue reading iCIRRUS active in 5G World EXPO
iCIRRUS contributed to EuCNC 2017 through a joint workshop (Workshop 8, co-organised with 5G-Crosshaul and 5G-XHaul) and an exhibition booth where participants could watch video demonstrations and learn more about the project through the posters describing some of our work. A FGPA board, specifically developed for and by the project was also on display. The image shows Nathan Gomes, … Continue reading icIRRUS presence at EuCNC 2017
iCIRRUS, 5G-Crosshaul and 5G-XHaul have organised a joint workshop at EuCNC 2017. The iCIRRUS presentation is available at Gomes-EuCNC2017-WS8
ADVA Optical Networking has started testing of time-sensitive Ethernet-transport, a key enabling technology for future 5G fronthaul networks. The newly released 100G IP Core from TransPacket is a main component in the trials. Read more
The iCIRRUS project meeting at the Orange labs in Lannion is underway and discussing essential details of the final phase of the project.
iCIRRUS successfully passed the second Annual Review which took place in Brussels on the 14th of March. All second year deliverables were accepted and recommendations for future work focused on the final year demonstration, dissemination and exploitation issues.