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Mr. José María Lasalle, Secretary of State for the Information Society and the Digital Agenda, recently visited the open research and innovation laboratory 5TONIC, hosted at the headquarters of IMDEA Networks Institute, a top research center on networks that places Madrid as a leading European region in the development of future network technologies.
IMDEA Networks Director Arturo Azcorra, one of the top European experts on 5G networks, has successfully concluded a scientific mission to Taiwan focused on exploring opportunities for Europe and the East Asian island to jointly foster the development of 5G, the ultrafast mobile broadband technology that promises to become the most remarkable communications phenomenon of the decade.
ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, launches today the first Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) interoperability Plugtests® event. This international event, which takes place from 23 January to 3 February 2017 in Leganes, Madrid (Spain), is hosted by 5TONIC Laboratory, with the technical support of Telefonica and IMDEA Networks Institute. This important event comes hot on the heels of the publication of the ETSI NFV Release 2 specifications and the announcement of ETSI Open Source MANO Release ONE in October 2016.
The ETSI Centre for Testing and Interoperability will be organizing its first NFV PlugtestsTM event from the 23rd of January to the 3rd of February 2017. The test sessions will be hosted by the 5TONIC Laboratory, which is headquartered at IMDEA Networks Institute, in Madrid (Spain).
Network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networks (SDN), two of the most revolutionary technologies in the ICT sector, were the protagonists of a one-day workshop celebrated yesterday, October 19th, at University Carlos III of Madrid. The Workshop on OpenDayLight and NFV/SDN Orchestration was organized by 5TONIC, together with IMDEA Networks, OpenDayLight, UC3M and Telefonica, and it was sponsored by the Linux Foundation.