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“Towards 5G: Carrier-Grade Programmable Virtual Mobile Networks “

Presenter: Dr. Tarik Taleb, IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) Distinguished Lecturer

Date:  Thursday, 12 March 2015

Time:  Refreshments: 11:30 AM to 12 Noon                    Presentation: 12 Noon to 1 PM

Location:  The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory (ESL), 1330 Kinnear Road, Columbus, OH 43212 in the ESL Classroom

FREE Parking !  This presentation is open to all IEEE members!

Google Map:  https://maps.google.com/maps?ll=39.998844,-83.044858&z=15&t=m&hl=en-US&gl=US&mapclient=embed&q=1330+Kinnear+Rd+The+Ohio+State+University+Columbus,+OH+43212&output=classic&dg=brw

Please RSVP to Robert A. Walston by email to Robert.Walston@gmail.com OR by phone at 740-334-1110 by 1 PM on Wednesday, 11 March 2015.

Bio: Dr. Tarik Taleb is an IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) Distinguished Lecturer and a senior member of IEEE. He is currently a Professor at the School of Engineering, Aalto University, Finland. He has been working as Senior Researcher and 3GPP Standards Expert at NEC Europe Ltd, Heidelberg, Germany. He was then leading the NEC Europe Labs Team working on R&D projects on carrier cloud platforms. He was also serving as technical leader of the main work package, Mobile Core Network Cloud, in EU FP7 Mobile Cloud Networking project, coordinating among 9 partners including NEC, France Telecom, British Telecom, Telecom Italia, Portugal Telecom Innovation, SAP, & Intel.

Abstract: The telecom industry keeps reinventing itself. Soon, the world will be experiencing the 5th generation mobile networks (5G), also referred to as beyond 2020 mobile communication systems. Major obstacles to overcome in 5G systems are principally the highly centralized architecture of mobile networks along with the static provisioning and configuration of network nodes built on dedicated hardware components. The talk will introduce a set of technologies and key architectural elements to realize such vision, turning end-to-end mobile networking into software engineering.

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