Autonomic Home Networking
|Project Coordinator||Project Consortium|
|Ginkgo Networks, FR||Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, DE|
|France Telecom, FR||Tübingen University, DE|
|Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, FR||Sony-Ericsson, SE|
|Siemens, DE||Lunds Universitet, SE|
|Hirschmann Automation & Control, DE|
This is a “Celtic” project;
|Project Key Information|
|End date||Budget (total)||Effort (total)||Project-ID|
|Q4/2006||Q2/2009||4.1 MEuro||41.5 PY||CP3-001|
|The world is going towards autonomic equipment. The Authone project aims at developing the autonomic paradigm in home networks with the goal of creating a competitive technological edge for European players in the domain of home networking.
The main objective of Authone is to design a very innovative home network communication architecture with autonomous components allowing self-managing properties necessary for future home and pervasive scenarios. This new architecture will be composed of 4 planes (data, control, management and knowledge planes) allowing the system to self-configure, self-secure and self-monitor in real time so that the home-network is always optimised depending on the knowledge plane information. The project will develop this key concept of knowledge plane for driving home-networks in an autonomic way.Three main technical objectives will be addressed:
The Authone project shall deliver:
The consortium partners represent a large amount of expertise (telecom operators, manufactures, research laboratories, universities and service providers) needed to tackle the project objectives.