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2nd COSMOS Research Community Workshop

Last 9 September, during the proposers' webinar dedicated to the 2nd Open Call (which has just been closed on 30 September), the proposers had a chance to listen to the representatives of NGI Experimental platforms such as COSMOS, FABRIC and Fed4Fire presenting the main exploitation opportunities for NGI experiments. The full webinar recording is available here.

On 14 and 15 of October you will get a chance to learn more about the NSF-funded PAWR COSMOS (“Cloud enhanced Open Software defined MObile wireless testbed for city-Scale deployment”) platform, in a tutorial entirely dedicated to its users! The 2nd COSMOS Research Community Workshop is a forum intended for exchange of research ideas and experimental methods among users and developers of the COSMOS testbed. The virtual workshop on Oct 14, 11:00AM-6:15PM EDT is aimed at discussing emerging research challenges in wireless networking, leading to an identification of experimental requirements to be served by the COSMOS testbed. This will be followed by a tutorial session for users of COSMOS, to be held on Oct 15 from 1:00-5:00PM EDT.

COSMOS is a joint project involving Rutgers, Columbia, and NYU along with several partner organizations including New York City, City College of New York, University of Arizona, Silicon Harlem, and IBM. The COSMOS advanced wireless testbed is being deployed in New York City with technical focus on ultra-high-bandwidth and low-latency wireless communications with tightly coupled edge computing, and emphasis on the millimeter-wave (mmWave) radio communications and dynamic optical switching.

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