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The Internet as your killer ICN use case

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The ICN community has been postulating a radical change to the communication infrastructure from endpoint-centric routing to content-centric dissemination. An assumption of most ICN (information-centric networking) efforts has been the complete re-design of applications and services, harnessing the benefits of the new ICN infrastructure. In the recently started POINT efforts, we have been asking the question, however, how current IP-based services could benefit from the possibility to utilize an underlying ICN transport network. Our main hypothesis is that the Internet experience would not only improve at the user level but also improve overall network operations and utilization. Within InterDigital Europe, we have been leading the development of solutions for IP/HTTPoverICN, allowing for operating any IP-based service over an ICN -enabled network, the latter possibly realized over an SDN operator network. This presentation provides insights into the efforts within POINT .

Bio: Dirk Trossen has been with InterDigital Europe since 2013, leading the network research as a Principal Engineer. Dirk brings more than 15 years of experience in Internet architectures to his current work and he has successfully led past ICN research in his roles as Chief Researcher at BT and Senior Researcher at the Computer Laboratory.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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