Collaborative Research: NeTS: JUNO3: End-to-End Network Slicing and Orchestration in Future Programmable Converged Wireless-Optical Networks
The outcome of this research is a prototype platform, developed by NC State University (NCSU) researchers, which can provide end-to-end monitoring, switching, routing, and analytics of optical core network data transmission.
This research focuses on integrating optical core networks and edge networks to provide efficient management and orchestration to meet multiple concurrent end-to-end traffic flow service-level agreements. The outcome is a prototype platform developed by NC State researchers, enabling end-to-end monitoring, switching, routing and analytics of optical core network data transmission. The platform provides a programmable edge to cloud infrastructure to ensure successful end-to-end transmission performance.
National Science Foundation (NSF)
The grant—running from September 1, 2022 to August 31, 2025—is for a total of $213,737.
This project investigates programmable edge to cloud infrastructure and management tools, which will ensure end-to-end transmission performance. The work focuses on integrating optical core networks and edge networks and provides time-efficient management and orchestrations to handle diverse service-level agreements of multiple concurrent end-to-end traffic flows.