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[:es]Proyecto ROBIN[:en]ROBIN Project[:fr]Project Robin[:]

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¿Qué es el Proyecto Robin?

Las redes de acceso ópticas pasivas, PON (Passive Optical Networks), se han consolidado como la tecnología de acceso predominante. El aumento del tráfico en estas redes, y su variabilidad y heterogeneidad, hace necesaria la adopción de mecanismos de control que faciliten la gestión de la red y optimicen sus prestaciones en esos entornos dinámicos. Aunque en el ámbito de las PON se encuentra en una fase inicial, el empleo del paradigma de redes definidas por software (SDN, Software Defined Networking) permite aumentar la eficiencia de la red y realizar un mejor control del tráfico, además de facilitar la gestión, automatización, interoperabilidad y escalabilidad de la misma, lo que conduce a una reducción de costes. Por otro lado, la incorporación de técnicas adaptativas basadas en inteligencia artificial para la gestión y control de la red han dado lugar a notables avances en distintos casos de uso relativos a las redes ópticas. La utilización de SDN e inteligencia artificial en redes PON es, por tanto, una combinación muy prometedora.

Así pues, los objetivos generales del proyecto ROBIN son contribuir a la definición y análisis de mecanismos de integración del paradigma SDN en las redes PON, y al desarrollo de mecanismos de control basados en técnicas de inteligencia artificial, todo ello con el fin de facilitar la gestión de la red y mejorar sus prestaciones, así como posibilitar que los operadores de red puedan ofertar nuevos servicios a sus usuarios. En el proyecto se plantearán y analizarán distintos mecanismos de operación de red, pero además se validarán experimentalmente algunas de las propuestas a través de la ampliación de una maqueta de red PON de la que dispone el grupo de investigación.

 

Coordinador del Proyecto

Dr. Evaristo J. Abril Domingo

Catedrático de Universidad

Dirección: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Teléfono: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publicaciones del Proyecto

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» en Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» en IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (artículo enviado).

2021

Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, I. de Miguel, R. J. Durán, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril., “An Experimental OpenFlow Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service Reconfiguration Policies”, Applied Science, Vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 1-17, January 2021, https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/11/3/903.

Merayo, J.C. Aguado, I. de Miguel, R.J. Durán, P. Fernández, R.M. Lorenzo, E.J. Abril., “A testbed and a simulation laboratory for training engineering students in optical access network technologies”, Computer Applications on Engineering Education, vol. 42, pp. 1-19, May 2021, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/cae.22429.

Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, I. de Miguel, R. J. Durán, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril., “Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed”, Optical Switching and Networking, vol. 42, pp. 1-14, Nov. 2021, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.osn.2021.100631.

 

Trabajos Fin de Grado

TFG realizado por Gorka Sainz-Ezquerra Calvo bajo el título: «Integración en OMNeT++ de módulos desarrollados en Python: Aplicación a un simulador de redes ópticas pasivas». Tutores: Ignacio de Miguel y Noemí Merayo. Fecha: 23-09-2021.

TFG realizado por Gorka Sainz-Ezquerra Calvo bajo el título: «Integración en OMNeT++ de módulos desarrollados en Python: Aplicación a un simulador de redes ópticas pasivas». Tutores: Ignacio de Miguel y Noemí Merayo. Fecha: 23-09-2021.

 

Información de contacto

IP: Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Referencia: VA085G19
Duración del Proyecto: Junio 2019 a Octubre 2021

 


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Financiado por:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Referencia: VA085G19

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¿Qué es el Proyecto Robin?

Las redes de acceso ópticas pasivas, PON (Passive Optical Networks), se han consolidado como la tecnología de acceso predominante. El aumento del tráfico en estas redes, y su variabilidad y heterogeneidad, hace necesaria la adopción de mecanismos de control que faciliten la gestión de la red y optimicen sus prestaciones en esos entornos dinámicos. Aunque en el ámbito de las PON se encuentra en una fase inicial, el empleo del paradigma de redes definidas por software (SDN, Software Defined Networking) permite aumentar la eficiencia de la red y realizar un mejor control del tráfico, además de facilitar la gestión, automatización, interoperabilidad y escalabilidad de la misma, lo que conduce a una reducción de costes. Por otro lado, la incorporación de técnicas adaptativas basadas en inteligencia artificial para la gestión y control de la red han dado lugar a notables avances en distintos casos de uso relativos a las redes ópticas. La utilización de SDN e inteligencia artificial en redes PON es, por tanto, una combinación muy prometedora.

Así pues, los objetivos generales del proyecto ROBIN son contribuir a la definición y análisis de mecanismos de integración del paradigma SDN en las redes PON, y al desarrollo de mecanismos de control basados en técnicas de inteligencia artificial, todo ello con el fin de facilitar la gestión de la red y mejorar sus prestaciones, así como posibilitar que los operadores de red puedan ofertar nuevos servicios a sus usuarios. En el proyecto se plantearán y analizarán distintos mecanismos de operación de red, pero además se validarán experimentalmente algunas de las propuestas a través de la ampliación de una maqueta de red PON de la que dispone el grupo de investigación.

 

Coordinador del Proyecto

Dr. Evaristo J. Abril Domingo

Catedrático de Universidad

Dirección: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Teléfono: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publicaciones del Proyecto

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» en Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

2021

Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, I. de Miguel, R. J. Durán, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril., “An Experimental OpenFlow Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service Reconfiguration Policies”, Applied Science, Vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 1-17, January 2021, https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/11/3/903.

Merayo, J.C. Aguado, I. de Miguel, R.J. Durán, P. Fernández, R.M. Lorenzo, E.J. Abril., “A testbed and a simulation laboratory for training engineering students in optical access network technologies”, Computer Applications on Engineering Education, vol. 42, pp. 1-19, May 2021, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/cae.22429.

Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, I. de Miguel, R. J. Durán, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril., “Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed”, Optical Switching and Networking, vol. 42, pp. 1-14, Nov. 2021, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.osn.2021.100631.

Información de contacto

IP: Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Referencia: VA085G19
Duración del Proyecto: Junio 2019 a Octubre 2021

 


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Financiado por:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Referencia: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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[/row]

 

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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[/row]

 

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

[/column]
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[/row]

 

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

[/column]
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[/column]
[/row]

 

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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[/row]

 

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


[row]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

[/column]
[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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[/row]

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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[column lg=»6″ md=»12″ sm=»12″ xs=»12″ ]

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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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Funding by:

     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.

 

Coordinator of the project

Professor at University

Address: ETS de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación
UVa – Universidad de Valladolid
Campus Miguel Delibes
Paseo de Belén, 15
47011 – Valladolid (España)

Phone: +34 983 183 665
Fax: +34 983 423 667
E-Mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

 

Publications in Journals and Conferences

2020

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «An Experimental SDN Proposal over Legacy GPONs to Allow Real-Time Service and Residential Network Reconfiguration,» in Proc. of the International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON 2020), paper Th.A5.2, Bari, Italia, Jul. 2020 (Invited paper).

N. Merayo, D. de Pintos, J. C. Aguado, R. J. Durán, I. de Miguel, P. Fernández, R. M. Lorenzo, E. J. Abril, «Experimental validation of an SDN residential network management proposal over a GPON testbed,» IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Networking (submitted paper).

 

Contact Information

Evaristo J. Abril Domingo
E-mail: ejad@tel.uva.es

Number assigment: VA085G19
Project Duration: from June 2019 to October 2021

 

 


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     Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León

      Number assigment: VA085G19

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¿What is the ROBIN Project?

Passive optical access networks, PON (Passive Optical Networks), have established themselves as the predominant access technology. The increase in traffic on these networks, and their variability and heterogeneity, necessitates the adoption of control mechanisms that facilitate network management and optimize its performance in these dynamic environments. Although in the field of PONs it is in an initial phase, the use of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows to increase network efficiency and perform better traffic control, in addition to facilitating management , automation, interoperability and scalability of the same, which leads to a reduction in costs. On the other hand, the incorporation of adaptive techniques based on artificial intelligence for network management and control have led to notable advances in different use cases related to optical networks. The use of SDN and artificial intelligence in PON networks is therefore a very promising combination.

Thus, the general objectives of the ROBIN project are to contribute to the definition and analysis of integration mechanisms of the SDN paradigm in PON networks, and to the development of control mechanisms based on artificial intelligence techniques, all in order to facilitate the network management and improve its benefits, as well as making it possible for network operators to offer new services to their users. In the project, different network operation mechanisms will be proposed and analyzed, but some of the proposals will also be experimentally validated through the expansion of a PON network model available to the research group.