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SOftware-Defined Access using Low-Energy Subsystems (SODALES)
Date du début: 1 nov. 2012, Date de fin: 31 oct. 2015 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The SOftware-Defined Access using Low-Energy Subsystems (SODALES) project aims to develop a novel wireless access interconnection service that offers transparent transport services for fixed and mobile services. This will be achieved by developing an Active Remote Node (ARN) that will offer switching and multiplexing features together with radio, wavelength conversion and legacy systems compatibly. SODALES will also develop a low-cost multi-technology demarcation point. Edge connections will be Carrier Ethernet grade and will allow advanced OAM by Service Providers to support LTE (and beyond) and ultra broadband (+1Gbps switched access) fixed access and will offer Synchronization for TDM and Sync Ethernet support.An optimized and innovative management and control plane will be developed to allow Service Providers monitor their connections transparently in order to simplify network management and application interoperability with heterogeneous networks.As SODALES service will be totally compatible with existing access solutions, SODALES aims to become the ultimate access platform. Fixed fiber and radio access, LTE and beyond and legacy services (CATV and DSL technologies) can be delivered and managed in an open access manner by the SODALES interconnection network service.SODALES is a focused and balanced consortium of industrial (manufacturers, operators) and academic partners providing a novel and cost-effective approach to next-generation optical access provision.


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