Future Internet Tutorial Presented at IEEE International Telecommunication Symposium

The Internet has invaded most aspects of life and society, changing our lifestyle, work, communication and social interaction and giving us expectations about new forms of interactions and access to global knowledge. Application and user demands on the Internet are increasing with mobile technologies and media content. Nevertheless, the Internet today is a complex agglomerate of protocols that inherits the grown legacies of decades of patchwork solutions.

There is a common consensus that the current Internet needs improvement. Nevertheless, there is not yet a shared vision on how this may happen. As a direct consequence research programs have started worldwide to rethink traditional Internet design principles and to come up with new architectural concepts for the so-called Future Internet (FI). The FI has certainly a more broad scope than the current one, since it needs to integrate recent advances on Cloud Computing, Software-Defined Everything (radio, networks, systems, etc), Internet of Things, Service- Oriented Architectures, Content-Distribution Networks, Autonomic and Cognitive Networks, and so on.

This tutorial gives an introduction to Future ICT, focused on correlating several emerging technologies. It summarizes perspectives and already identified requirements, challenges, and trends behind key technologies that can be used on this task. More specifically, it covers substrate resources (computing, communications, etc.) capacity, scalability, ubiquity, exposition, and virtualization; Internet of Things (IoT) and Real-World Internet (RWI) approaches; Information-centrism; the role of naming in design, the paradigm of identifier/locator splitting; the role of semantic and context, specially for autonomic and cognitive architectures; mobility, security, privacy, trust; and Software- Defined Everything. The ideas of Internet of Services (IoS) and Service-Based Applications (SBA) are discussed. It discusses simplicity, sustainability and evolvability of design, as well as how to accommodate tussles, regulations, policies, etc. Finally, it briefly presents NovaGenesis future ICT architecture, given an overview of the proposed design, as well as discussing its integration with Cognitive Radio over Fiber Networks, IoT, and user-centric architectures.

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Prof. Alberti talking about FI and NovaGenesis.



Slides of the talk. Antonio Alberti (c) Inatel 2014





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