Salvatore Spadaro, presented “Opportunities for Photonic Packet/Circuit Switching in Large Scale Data Centers“, at the Symposium on Next Generation data centres – Paving the way for the Zettabyte Era, European Conference on Optical Conference (ECOC) 2013, London, UK, September 24, 2013.
Archive for September 2013
P. De Heyn, J. Luo, A. Trita, S. Pathak, S. Di Lucente, H. J. S. Dorren, N. Calabretta, D. Van Thourhout, “A compact integrated 40 Gb/s packet demultiplexer and label extractor on Silicon-on-Insulator for an optic packet switch”, in Proceedings of 39th European Conference and Exhibition on Optical Communication (ECOC 2013), London, UK, September 22-26, 2013.
W. Miao, S. Di Lucente, J. Luo, H. J. S. Dorren, N. Calabretta, “Low latency ad efficient optical flow control for intra Data Centre networks”, in Proceedings of 39th European Conference and Exhibition on Optical Communication (ECOC 2013), London, UK, September 22-26, 2013.
W. Miao, J. Luo, S. Di Lucente, H. Dorren, N. Calabretta, “Novel flat datacenter network architecture based on scalable and flow-controlled optical switch system”, (Post Deadline Paper), in Proceedings of 39th European Conference and Exhibition on Optical Communications (ECOC 2013), London (UK), September 22-26, 2013.
D4.1 – Control Plane Architecture
Control Plane Architecture
This document presents the LIGHTNESS control plane functional split, based on the Software Defined Networking architecture, providing a description of the architecture model and supported procedures. It also includes a possible deployment scenario where the LIGHTNESS control plane cooperates with end-to-end cloud orchestration and control functions for the provisioning of inter data centre network services in distributed cloud scenarios.
D2.2 – Architecture Design
This document presents the LIGHTNESS Data Centre Network (DCN) architecture that aims at addressing the requirements and challenges coming from the emerging data centre and cloud distributed applications, mainly in terms of ultra-high bandwidth, high performance, flexibility, scalability, programmability and low-complexity.