IEEE International Workshop on New IP: The Next Step
To Be Determined
Shen Yan (Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd, P.R. China)
FlexNGIA — The Fully-Flexible Internet Architecture of the Future
Mohamed Faten Zhani (ÉTS Montreal)
In this talk, we start by analyzing the characteristics and requirements of future networking applications and highlight the limitations of the current network architecture and protocols. We then draw a rough sketch of FlexNGIA, a Flexible Next-Generation Internet Architecture that is able to satisfy the requirements of future Internet applications and services. We also discuss through some use-cases how FlexNGIA could ensure the service level guarantees required by some of the future network applications.
Mohamed Faten Zhani is an associate professor with the department of software and IT engineering at l’École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS Montreal) in Canada. His research interests include cloud computing, network function virtualization, software-defined networking and resource management in large-scale distributed systems. Faten has co‑authored several book chapters and research papers published in renowned conferences and journals including IEEE/IFIP/ACM CNSM, IEEE/IFIP IM/NOMS, IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE transactions on cloud computing and IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (JSAC). He served as the general or technical program chair of several international workshops and conferences. He is also co-editor of the IEEE Communications Magazine series on "Telecom Software, Network Virtualization, and Software Defined Networks", associate editor of the IEEE Transactions of Network and Service Management, Wiley international journal of network management, and managing editor of the IEEE softwarization newsletter. He is co‑founder and vice-chair of the IEEE Network Intelligence Emerging Technology Initiative and a cluster lead at the IEEE P1916.1 SDN/NFV Performance standard group. Faten recently received the IEEE/IFIP IM 2017 Young Researchers and Professionals Award as a recognition for outstanding research contribution and leadership in the field of network and service management.
Shen Yan (Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd, P.R. China)
Session 1: The X-D-N for New Protocol
A Framework for Bandwidth and Latency Guaranteed Service in New IP Network
Lin Han (Futurewei Technologies Inc., USA); Yingzhen Qu (Futurewei, USA); Lijun Dong and Richard Li (Futurewei Technologies, USA)
P4NIS: Improving network immunity against eavesdropping with programmable data planes
Gang Liu and Wei Quan (Beijing Jiaotong University, China); Nan Cheng (University of Waterloo, Canada); Ning Lu (Queen's University, Canada); Hongke Zhang (Beijing Jiaotong University, China); Sherman Shen (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Adaptive Video Streaming Using Dynamic NDN Multicast in WLAN
Fan Wu, Wang Yang, Ju Ren, Feng Lyu, Xiaojie Ding and Yaoxue Zhang (Central South University, China)
However, in order to guarantee the wireless multicast data reliability, the existing multicast schemes use a lower data rate (e.g., 1 Mbps for IEEE 802.11b, and 6 Mbps for IEEE 802.11a) to transmit the multicast data, inevitably reducing the best possible quality of experience (QoE) for those high-speed consumers.
In this paper, under the Scalable Video Coding (SVC) mechanism, we propose an adaptive video streaming scheme by using the NDN multicast (named NM-ABR), where NDN multicast groups are dynamically formed due to the varying network conditions and SVC characteristics.
In NM-ABR, after detecting a multicast group, we first devise a multicast data rate selection algorithm in order to maximize the consumer receiving throughput for multicast transmission. Then, we integrate the transmission data rate into the adaptive bit rate (ABR) algorithm to request the most suitable bitrate for video segments. At last, for those low-speed consumers, we propose an SVC-based multiple-layer control approach to reduce the retransmission of video segments in enhancement layers.
We implement the proposed NM-ABR in NS3 via the ndnSIM module, and conduct extensive experiments to demonstrate its efficacy in terms of video bitrate, startup delay, and stalling time.
Stuart Clayman (University College London, UK)
Session 2: The New IP Capabilities and Protocol Design
A Flexible Hierarchical Network Architecture with Variable-Length IP Address
Jifan Tang and Wanli Zhang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Gong Xiangyang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications P.R. China, China); Guangpeng Li (Huawei Technologies Ltd., China); Delei Yu (Huawei Technologies, China); Ye Tian, Bowen Liu and Lei Zhao (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)
A New Approach to a Service Oriented Internet Protocol
Sheng Jiang and Guangpeng Li (Huawei Technologies Ltd., China); Brian E Carpenter (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)
UCIP: User Controlled Internet Protocol
Morteza Kheirkhah Sabetghadam and Truong Khoa Phan (University College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); XinPeng Wei (Huawei Technologies, China); David Griffin and Miguel Rio (University College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
A Data Forwarding Mechanism based on Deep Reinforcement Learning for Deterministic Networks
Yuhong Li (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Peng Zhang, Yingchao Zhou and Di Jin (BUPT, China)
InBlock4: Blockchain-based Route Origin Validation
Stefano Angieri (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain); Marcelo Bagnulo (University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain); Alberto García-Martínez (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain); Bingyang Liu (Huawei, China); XinPeng Wei (Huawei Technologies, China)
Mohamed Faten Zhani (ETS, CA)