“Software-defined wired-wireless access network convergence: the SODALES approach” to be presented at IEEE Globecom 2014 Workshop – Wireless optical network convergence in support of cloud architectures

SODALES paper will be presented by Jordi Ferrer Riera at the IEEE Globecom 2014 workshop on Wireless optical network convergence in support of cloud architectures in December 2014. Our paper is entitled “Software-defined wired-wireless access network convergence: the SODALES approach”, and will describe the latest results emerging from the EU FP7 SODALES project.

SODALES co-authors white paper on 5G radio network architecture now published by RAS cluster

Prof. Volker Jungnickel from HHI, who is a partner in the SODALES project, has helped co-author a white paper on “5G Radio Network Architectures” which has now been published in the RAS cluster website at the following URL:

http://www.ict-ras.eu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4&Itemid=106&jsmallfib=1&dir=JSROOT%5CDocuments/RAS+White+Papers&download_file=JSROOT%5CDocuments/RAS+White+Papers/White+Paper+on+5G+Radio+Network+Architecture.pdf

(short link: http://goo.gl/qYM1mw)

SODALES paper by Volker Jungnickel et al., HHI, Berlin accepted for publication by the IEEE Communications Magazine in the May 2014 edition

The SODALES paper “The Role of Small Cells, Coordinated Multi-point and massive MIMO in 5G” by Volker Jungnickel and co-authors from the Heinrich Hertz Institut, Berlin, has been accepted for publication by the IEEE Communications Magazine in the May 2014 edition.

In SODALES, we have been quantifying the consequences of 5G for mobile backhaul evolution, and we have been developing probably the most flexible mobile backhaul solution discussed today. The paper is also a joint paper with colleagues from the FP7 project METIS, searching for a common understanding towards 5G.