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This page provides the list of on-going NFV ISG PoCs. Click on them to learn further details.
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This page provides the list of on-going ISG MEC PoCs. Click on them to learn further details.
  
The following NFV Proofs of Concept are developed according to the ETSI NFV ISG Proof of Concept Framework. NFV Proofs of Concept are intended to demonstrate NFV as a viable technology. Results are fed back to the NFV Industry Specification Group.
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The following MEC Proofs of Concept are developed according to the ETSI ISG MEC Proof of Concept Framework. MEC Proofs of Concept are intended to demonstrate MEC as a viable technology. Results are fed back to the Industry Specification Group for Mobile Edge Computing (ISG MEC).
 
   
 
   
Neither ETSI, its NFV Industry Specification Group, nor their members make any endorsement of any product or implementation claiming to demonstrate or conform to NFV. No verification or test has been performed by ETSI on any part of these NFV Proofs of Concept.
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Neither ETSI, its Industry Specification Group for MEC, nor their members make any endorsement of any product or implementation claiming to demonstrate or conform to MEC. No verification or test has been performed by ETSI on any part of these MEC Proofs of Concept.
  
  '''[[CloudNFV Open NFV Framework Project|PoC#1 - CloudNFV Open NFV Framework Project]]'''
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  '''[[PoC#1 - PoC Project Name]]'''
  Telefonica - Sprint - 6WIND - Dell - EnterpriseWeb - Mellanox
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  Org 1 - Org 2 - Org 3- ....
Metaswitch - Overture Networks - Qosmos - Aeroflex
 
  '''* Interim Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[Service Chaining for NW Function Selection in Carrier Networks|PoC#2 - Service Chaining for NW Function Selection in Carrier Networks]]'''
 
NTT - Cisco - HP - Juniper Networks
 
  '''* PoC Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[Virtual Function State Migration and Interoperability|PoC#3 - Virtual Function State Migration and Interoperability]]'''
 
AT&T - BT - Broadcom Corporation - Tieto Corporation
 
  '''* PoC Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[Multi-vendor Distributed NFV|PoC#4 - Multi-vendor Distributed NFV]]'''
 
CenturyLink - Certes - Cyan - Fortinet - RAD
 
  '''* PoC Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[E2E vEPC Orchestration in a multi-vendor open NFVI environment|PoC#5 - E2E vEPC Orchestration in a multi-vendor open NFVI environment]]'''
 
Telefonica - Sprint - Intel - Cyan - Red Hat - Dell - Connectem
 
  '''* Interim Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[Virtualised Mobile Network with Integrated DPI|PoC#6 - Virtualised Mobile Network with Integrated DPI]]'''
 
Telefonica - Intel - Tieto - Qosmos - Wind River Systems - Hewlett Packard
 
  '''* Interim Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[C-RAN virtualisation with dedicated hardware accelerator|PoC#7 - C-RAN virtualisation with dedicated hardware accelerator]]'''
 
China Mobile - Alcatel-Lucent - Wind River Systems - Intel
 
  '''* Interim Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[Automated Network Orchestration|PoC#8 - Automated Network Orchestration]]'''
 
Deutsche Telekom - Ericsson - x-ion GmbH - Deutsche Telekom Innovation Laboratories
 
  '''* Interim Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[VNF Router Performance with DDoS Functionality|PoC#9 - VNF Router Performance with DDoS Functionality]]'''
 
AT&T - Telefonica - Brocade - Intel - Spirent
 
  '''* Interim Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[NFV Ecosystem|PoC#10 - NFV Ecosystem]]'''
 
Telecom Italia - DigitalWave - SunTec - Svarog Technology Group - Telchemy - EANTC
 
 
 
'''[[Multi-Vendor on-boarding of vIMS on a cloud management framework|PoC#11 - Multi-Vendor on-boarding of vIMS on a cloud management framework]]'''
 
Deutsche Telekom - Huawei Technologies - Alcatel-Lucent
 
  '''* Interim Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[Demonstration of multi-location, scalable, stateful Virtual Network Function|PoC#12 - Demonstration of multi-location, scalable, stateful Virtual Network Function]]'''
 
NTT - Fujitsu - Alcatel-Lucent
 
  '''* Interim Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[SteerFlow: Multi-Layered Traffic Steering for Gi-LAN|PoC#13 - SteerFlow: Multi-Layered Traffic Steering for Gi-LAN]]'''
 
Telefonica - Radware - HP - Melanox
 
 
 
'''[[ForCES Applicability for NFV and integrated SDN|PoC#14 - ForCES Applicability for NFV and integrated SDN]]'''
 
Verizon - Telefonica - Mojatatu Networks - Cumulus Networks - University of Patras
 
 
 
'''[[Subscriber Aware SGi/Gi-LAN Virtualization|PoC#15 - Subscriber Aware SGi/Gi-LAN Virtualization]]'''
 
Telenor - ConteXtream  - SkyFire Networks - Guavus - Redhat - HP   
 
  '''* Interim Report available *'''
 
 
 
'''[[NFVIaaS with Secure, SDN-controlled WAN Gateway|PoC#16 - NFVIaaS with Secure, SDN-controlled WAN Gateway]]'''
 
AT&T - Telecom Italia - Netronome - Intel - ServiceMesh - PLUMgrid - Cisco Systems
 
 
 
'''[[Operational Efficiency in NFV Capacity Planning, Provisioning and Billing|PoC#17 - Operational Efficiency in NFV Capacity Planning, Provisioning and Billing]]'''
 
BT - MetraTech Corp - Huawei
 
 
 
'''[[VNF Router Performance with Hierarchical Quality of Service Functionality|PoC#18 - VNF Router Performance with Hierarchical Quality of Service Functionality]]'''
 
Telefonica - BT - Brocade - Intel - Spirent
 
 
 
'''[[Service Acceleration of NW Functions in Carrier Networks|PoC#19 - Service Acceleration of NW Functions in Carrier Networks]]'''
 
AT&T - Ericsson - Avago Technologies - ARM - Tieto - Procera
 
 
 
'''[[Virality based content caching in NFV framework|PoC#20 - Virality based content caching in NFV framework]]'''
 
BT - Telefonica - Brocade - IBM Research - AMD
 
 
 
'''[[Network Intensive and Compute Intensive Hardware Acceleration|PoC#21 - Network Intensive and Compute Intensive Hardware Acceleration]]'''
 
BT - Huawei - EZChip - AMD - Tilera - Altera - Broadcom - EANTC - Ixia
 
 
 
'''[[Demonstration of High Reliability and Availability aspects in a Multivendor NFV Environment|PoC#22 - Demonstration of High Reliability and Availability aspects
 
in a Multivendor NFV Environment]]'''
 
AT&T - KDDI R&D Laboratories - Brocade - Hewlett Packard - Wind River System
 
 
 
'''[[E2E orchestration of virtualized LTE core-network functions and SDN-based dynamic service chaining of VNFs using VNF FG|PoC#23 - E2E orchestration of virtualized LTE core-network functions
 
and SDN-based dynamic service chaining of VNFs using VNF FG]]'''
 
SK Telecom - Hewlett Packard - Samsung - Telcoware
 
 
 
'''[[Constraint based Placement and Scheduling for NFV/Cloud Systems|PoC#24 - Constraint based Placement and Scheduling for NFV/Cloud Systems]]'''
 
ATT - DT - Brocade - IBM - Red Hat
 
 
 
'''[[Demonstration of Virtual EPC (vEPC) Applications and Enhanced Resource Management|PoC#25 - Demonstration of Virtual EPC (vEPC) Applications and Enhanced Resource Management]]'''
 
Vodafone - AMD - ARM - Aricent
 

Latest revision as of 10:29, 27 March 2015

This page provides the list of on-going ISG MEC PoCs. Click on them to learn further details.

The following MEC Proofs of Concept are developed according to the ETSI ISG MEC Proof of Concept Framework. MEC Proofs of Concept are intended to demonstrate MEC as a viable technology. Results are fed back to the Industry Specification Group for Mobile Edge Computing (ISG MEC).

Neither ETSI, its Industry Specification Group for MEC, nor their members make any endorsement of any product or implementation claiming to demonstrate or conform to MEC. No verification or test has been performed by ETSI on any part of these MEC Proofs of Concept.

PoC#1 - PoC Project Name
Org 1 - Org 2 - Org 3- ....