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EU funding (€5,465,069): Beyond 5G – OPtical nEtwork coNtinuum Hor14 Oct 2021 EU Research and Innovation programme "Horizon"

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Beyond 5G – OPtical nEtwork coNtinuum

B5G-OPEN targets the design, prototyping and demonstration of a novel end-to-end integrated packet-optical transport architecture based on MultiBand (MB) optical transmission and switching networks. MB expands the available capacity of optical fibres, by enabling transmission within S, E, and O bands, in addition to commercial C and/or C+L bands, which translates into a potential 10x capacity increase and low-latency for services beyond 5G. To realize multiband networks, technology advances are required, both in data, control and management planes. Concerning devices, these include new amplifiers, filterless subsystems, add/drop multiplexers, etc. Such technology advances complement novel packet-optical white boxes using flexible sliceable Bandwidth Variable Transceivers and novel pluggable optics. The availability of MB transmission will also lead to a complete redesign of the end-to-end architecture, removing boundaries between network domains and reducing electronic intermediate terminations. The control plane will be extended to support multiband elements and a ‘domain-less’ network architecture. It will rely on physical layer abstraction, new impairment modelling, and pervasive telemetry data collection to feed AI/ML algorithms that will lead to a Zero-Touch networking paradigm including a full featured node operating system for packet-optical whiteboxes. The results will be shown in two final demonstrations exposing the project benefits from operator and user perspectives. B5G-OPEN will have a clear impact on the society showing the evolution towards a world with increased needs of connectivity and higher capacity in support of new B5G services and new traffic patterns. The consortium includes partners from 8 countries: three major telecom operators, three vendors, four SMEs and four research centres and academia, combining several years of experience and a successful record in past European projects on related technologies, thus guaranteeing its success.


Funded Companies:

Company name Funding amount
ADTRAN NETWORKS SE €550,000
British Telecommunications plc €377,709
CORIANT R&D GmbH €300,350
Centre Tecnologic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya €379,925
Consiglio Nazionale Delle Ricerche €0.00
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E-Lighthouse Network Solutions SL €181,375
FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FORDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG e. V. €299,723
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Nokia Networks France €555,263
Openlightcomm Europe s.r.o. €250,000
Purelifi Ltd. €250,000
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven €300,000
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Telefonica Innovacion Digital SL €620,100
Telefonica SA €0.00
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid €0.00
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya €320,625

Source: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/101016663

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