Future Internet Testbed Working Group

Date and Time : January 22, 2014 (Wednesday) - 14.00 - 17.30
Chair : James WILLIAMS (Williams@indiana.edu) Internet2 - USA
Shinji SHIMOJO (sshimojo@gmail.com) - National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) and Osaka University, Japan
Dae Young KIM (dykim@cnu.kr) Chungnam University - Korea
Members :
Objectives :
  • Expose APAN organizational members to the FIT activities in the US and Europe, with an emphasis on how APAN members might participate.
  • Expose APAN organizational members and visitors to the FIT activities in Asia, with an emphasis on how both groups might participate.
  • Expose individual APAN members and researchers to opportunities to participate in FIT in both Asia, the US and Europe.
Target Audience : Researchers and engineers interested in Future Internet Activities.
Expected Number of Participants : 80
Agenda : 2:00 pm - 2:10 pm Welcome and Introduction (Shimojo)
2:10 pm - 3:40 pm Session 1: What's new for FIT

Chair: Shinji Shimojo, NICT/Osaka U

  • Talk #1
    Hiroshi Asaeda (NICT)
    Designing Container-Based Testbed for Information-Centric Networking

    Information-Centric Networking (ICN) is a new networking paradigm that makes content distribution and sharing more efficient and robust. To develop and evaluate diverse ICN protocols/applications, a large-scale and extensible testbed that enables realistic evaluation must be designed and deployed. We have been designing and implementing a container-based testbed for ICN. In this ICN testbed, the lightweight virtualization mechanism, Linux container (LXC), is employed for the testbed node. After we get some experiments, we will extend the ICN testbed to the high-performance testbed JGN-X.

  • Talk #2
    Sunyoung Han (KonKok University), ICN project
    An ICN Testbed on APAN

    An ICN testbed on APAN including Korea, China, Thailand, and France will be presented. On this testbed we are deploying XIA to build ICN. Introduction of XIA will be presented. In the first stage we use web technologies in application and later ICN services will be deployed. An overall architecture to support adaptive routing and fast transmission of video traffics will be presented. Requirements and brief introduction of adaptive routing and fast transmission will be presented too.

  • Talk #3
    Motoyuki OHMORI (Information Media Center, Tottori University)
    Design and Implementation of Keyword Centric Network

    Motoyuki OHMORI (Information Media Center, Tottori University) Koji OKAMURA (Research Institute for Information Technology, Kyushu University)


    ICN (Information Centric Network) supports mobile communications by separation of Locator and Identifier than HCN (Host Centric Network). We focus on that current searching systems over Internet present the URL which includes vagueness 5W1H (When, Where, Who, What, Why and How) information and this usage of URL gives much over head for net-surfing over mobile communications and the mobile users sometimes can not get exact information.
    We have proposed KCN (Keyword Centric Network) on which the mobile users can get exact information and communicate the server directly by separation of 5W1H information from keyword and the searching results the same as the separation of Locator and Identifier of ICN. In this paper, we show the design and implementation over JGN-X of KCN.

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Session 2:

Chair: Jennifer Schopf, Internet2

  • Talk #1
    Jun bi (Tsinghua University)
    WE-Bridge for an inter-domain SDN testbed among CERENT-CSTNET-Interen2-SerfNet

    This presentation will introduce a new east-west boundary interfaces named "WE-Bridge" proposed by China's 863 FINE project, which was recently demonstrated at CANS2013 and SuperComputing2013 conferences for an inter-domain SDN testbed among CERENT-CSTNET-Interen2-SerfNet.

  • Talk #2
    Jennifer Schopf (Indiana University)
    International Networking at Indiana University
  • Talk #3
    Bartosz Belter, (PSNC, Poland ) (Remote)
    Federation of Future Internet Testbeds - first experiences from bilateral collaboration between Europe and Japan on SDN

    International cooperation on SDN, crossing boundaries of Europe, North and South America and Asia, builds a strong foundation for pursuing the wider and global-scale impact from advanced programmable network testbeds. In fact, researchers can validate their novel network applications and solutions in world-wide testbeds, built upon resources from different administrative and geographically remote facilities, thus creating unparalleled opportunities for large scale validations, impact on the global research community and, eventually, the society at large.
    This talk reports the first experiences and lessons learned on SDN from intercontinental collaboration between Europe and Japan, carried out as a joint EU-Japan research project, FELIX, focused on SDN and testbed federation aspects.

Video Conferencing : Yes
Seating Arrangement : Theater
Remarks :

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