Archive for Salvatore Spadaro

Deliverable D3.3

This document presents the implementation and experimental evaluation of the hybrid data plane prototypes developed in LIGHTNESS.

Workshop on “Do Small, Large, And Mega Data Centers Need Advanced Photonics Technology?”

Prof. Dimitra Simeonidou has given an invited talk entitled “Enabling Highly Programmable Optical Data Centres” at the Workshop on “Do Small, Large, And Mega Data Centers Need Advanced Photonics Technology?”, co-located with OFC 2015, Los Angeles (US), March 23, 2015.

OFC 2015

B. Guo, S. Peng, C. Jackson, Y. Yan, Y. Shu, W. Miao, H. Dorren, N. Calabretta, F. Agraz, S. Spadaro, J. Perelló, G. Bernini, R. Monno, N. Ciulli, R. Nejabati, G. Zervas, D. Simeonidou, “SDN-enabled Programmable Optical Packet/Circuit Switched Intra Data Centre Network ”, OFC 2015, Los Angeles, CA, US, March 22-26, 2015.

OFC 2015

W. Miao, F. Agraz, H. de Waardt, S. Spadaro, H. Dorren, N. Calabretta, “1.3 μm SDN-enabled Optical Packet Switch Architecture for High Performance and Programmable Data Center Network”, OFC 2015, Los Angeles, CA, US, March 22-26, 2015.

Deliverable D5.1

This deliverable presents the system-­‐level integration of the LIGHTNESS data plane solution, interconnecting the different network elements of the optical data centre network (DCN), i.e.Optical Packet Switch (OPS), Optical Circuit Switch (OCS), Top-­‐of-­‐the-­‐Rack switch (ToR), and the programmable NIC developed in WP3.

Deliverable D4.7

This deliverable represents the second LIGHTNESS control plane prototype and refers to the implementation of the SDN-based Data Centre Network (DCN) virtualization mechanisms and procedures.

Deliverable D4.4

This document presents a first version of the LIGHTNESS network control plane prototype, as a result of the preliminary software development activities carried out in WP4.

Deliverable D2.3

One of the main objectives of WP2 is to provide key performance predictions of the proposed intra-DCs network architecture. This was the main focus during this second year in WP2. In order to achieve this it was necessary to build a simulation infrastructure that model the behaviour of the Lightness network. This deliverable describes the main components of this simulation infrastructure.

Deliverable D6.4

This deliverable presents the dissemination, standardization, collaboration, and exploitation activities of the LIGHTNESS during the second year of the project.

ECOC 2014

S. Peng, R. Nejabati, B. Guo, Y. Shu, G. Zervas, S. Spadaro, A. Pages, D. Simeonidou, “Enabling Multi-Tenancy in Hybrid Optical Packet/Circuit Switched Data Center Networks”, paper Tu.1.6.4, ECOC 2014, Cannes, France, September 21-26, 2014.