SDN

Centralized mobility management (CMM) is widely used in current mobile network technologies. One problem related to CMM is a single point of failure. In this paper, we propose a distributed mobility management (DMM) solution with handover operations for SDN-enabled mobile networks.

Dr Karina Gomez Chavez will be presenting about how an RMIT course is teaching students about Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies using the Zodiac board from Northbound Pty Ltd. There will also be an opportunity for discussion about the RMIT SDN testbed, which provides a connection to eight other universities and CSIRO for testing new services and applications.

Dr Karina Gomez Chavez

When: 

Wed, 21 Sep 2016 - 05:30pm AEST

Location: 

Melbourne, VIC

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) removes the limitations of current network infrastructures by separating the control plane from the data forwarding plane. Networks can be managed more cost-effectively and autonomously through centralising decision-making and programmability.This opens up markets for infrastructure providers to provision and offer network resources on-demand to multiple tenants and for service providers to develop and deploy their services on shared infrastructure resources cost-effectively.

Telcos seek differentiation through network capacity addition, service quality and coverage improvement. Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) promises to immediately lower the capital and operational cost base. This will set the scene or faster ?software-defined network? (SDN) additions which will improve utilisation of network assets.

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