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Fairteam

Project Coordinator (EU) :

Fairkom Gesellschaft

Country of the EU Coordinator :

Austria

Organisation Type :

SME

Starting date :

Fairteam

Privacy and Trust enhancing technologies

Organizing objects or channels by teams is a common feature of workstream collaboration platforms. Rocket.Chat is a market leading and feature rich open source messenger. It offers various ways to cluster teams, such as federation between instances, grouping users in departments through omnichannel or tagging channels using the API. Within this experiment we will be testing in close cooperation with the Rocket.Chat development and UX team various interfaces for assigning chat groups to teams.  Special attention is given to nextcloud and identity management systems such as keycloak to map existing organisational groups like departments to teams in Rocket.Chat. One of the goals is to open additional opportunities for the dissemination of open source stacks in organisations and enterprise deployments.

CacheCash Experiment on EdgeNet

Project Coordinator (EU) :

Sorbonne University

Country of the EU Coordinator :

France

Organisation Type :

Academia

Starting date :

CacheCash Experiment on EdgeNet

Discovery and identification technologies

Much has been made for the potential for blockchain technologies to improve the security, scalability, and economics of distributed data delivery. The CacheCash experiment proposes to understand the real-world feasibility of such technologies by deploying a cutting edge blockchain-based content distribution network (CDN) to distribute open source software to real world users. In this way, we will be able to evaluate the strengths of such approaches, the weaknesses, and to identify research challenges that must be tackled to allow these technologies to become widespread.

Measuring Multi-Carrier Cellular Access International Roaming Performance

Project Coordinator (EU) :

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Country of the EU Coordinator :

Spain

Organisation Type :

Academia

Starting date :

Measuring Multi-Carrier Cellular Access International Roaming Performance

Discovery and identification technologies

Multi-Carrier Cellular Access (MCCA) providerssuch as GoogleFi irruptedrecentlyin the mobile Internet access market claiming to offer enhanced performance at reduced prices. MCCAproviders dynamically attach to different carriers based on real time measurements of performance.The goal of the project is to do an experimental comparativestudy ofthe performance of these emerging MCCAproviders and the incumbent cellular providerswith a specialfocus on the performance while roaming.The proposed methodology is to acquire MCCAservices and traditional mobile services in the US and experimentallycompare theirperformance bothat home (US) and while roaming (EU).

Self-Certifying Names for Named Data Networking

Project Coordinator (EU) :

Athens University of Economics and Business - Research Centre (AUEB)

Country of the EU Coordinator :

Greece

Organisation Type :

Academia

Starting date :

Self-Certifying Names for Named Data Networking

Privacy and Trust enhancing technologies

The SCN4NDN project will experiment with the merger of two promising NGI technologies: Information-Centric Networking (ICN) and Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) ICN has been on the spotlight of many research efforts for more than a decade. It has been explored as a standalone future Internet architecture, as well as an enabler for other NGI architectures, including 5G, IoT, and architectures focused on big dataand/orcyber security. ICN’s goal is to enable fast and secure content dissemination by leveraging direct and intrinsic information identification; this allows supporting multicast, multipath, and caching, as well as novel trust mechanisms.

 

The 30-months project NGIatlantic.eu will push the Next Generation Internet a step further by providing cascade funding to EU-based researchers and innovators in carrying out Next Generation Internet related experiments in collaboration with US research teams.




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