The Final POINT code has been publically released and can be found in a public Github repo point-3.0.0 (https://github.com/point-h2020/point-3.0.0) We have also made available a set of evaluation tools in a public Github repo called point-evaluation-tools (https://github.com/point-h2020/point-evaluation-tools).
The POINT team have successfully completed a series of closed trials at the headquarters of project partner PrimeTel in Cyprus. The purpose of these trials was to prove that POINT technology can improve the Quality of Experience (QoE) of users receiving conventional multimedia services, when compared to that which is currently available using traditional IP.
Bristol, UK, 13th June, 2017 POINT partners InterDigital Europe and CTVC ran a successful closed trial today using InterDigital’s relationship with the Bristol is Open joint venture and its smart city network. 30 users from around the city gave their time to take part in a city wide treasure hunt using a mobile app developed
Our webinar on adoption of SDN and NFV as common 5G technologies, which was sponsored by POINT partner InterDigital Europe, is now available on demand from the IEEE website. The Webinar features presentations from, and discussions between, Josep Matrat - Telecom and Media Market Manager at Atos R&D Spain, Artur Hecker - Director of Future
Our new POINT flyer was completed and released this week. The new flyer aims to present the benefits of the POINT platform for ISPs and other potential future customers, and our strategy for achieving our aims.
On 31st Jan 2016, we made our first public code release. The release is available in the GitHub repository at the following address https://github.com/point-h2020/point-1.0.0. You can read the full press release here.
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) is an independent, not-for-profit, standardization organization in the telecommunications industry in Europe. In January 2016, POINT partners InterDigital, Intracom, CTVC and University of Essex proposed a proof of concept project with Bristol-Is-Open to the ETSI MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) standardization group to explore the effect of POINT on flexible
POINT's Technical Co-ordinator, Dirk Trossen from InterDigital, was interviewed recently about POINT on RCR Wireless Networks News. You can watch the whole interview below.
On 14th July we made history with the first ever IP packet sent over-ICN-over-SDN. You can ready our full press release here https://www.point-h2020.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/22.07.2105_POINT_Press_Reslease_IP-over-ICN-over-SDN.pdf
In May 2015, we published our first Technical Blog "IP Over ICN – The Better IP? An Unusual Take on Information-Centric Networking" which was based on a planned presentation at EuCNC. In July we made that presentation and you can now read the full paper where we discuss what "Better" looks like by describing the basic