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Highlights from FIBRE at CSBC

The Brazilian Computer Society Congress (CSBC) is an event promoted annually by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC). In 2004, the 23th edition of the congress hosted the II EU-Brazil Cooperation Workshop in ICT - EUBR 2...

Highlights from FIBRE at TNC2014

From the TNC2014 Website: The TERENA Networking Conference (TNC) is the largest and most prestigious European research networking conference, with more than 650 participants attending this annual event. TNC brings tog...

Live Status Dashboard

Now you can monitor the status of the Testbed by accessing the new FIBRE Dashboard. Understanding the Dashboard: Production Lists the status of all services and computing resources of the Tesbed No. of Users Currentl...

The main goal of the FIBRE project is the design, implementation and validation of a shared Future Internet research facility, supporting the joint experimentation of European and Brazilian researchers. In order to achieve this goal the project will carry out four main activities:

  • The development and operation of a new experimental facility in Brazil, including the setup of equipment to support experimentation with various technologies (fixed layer 2 and layer 3, wireless, optical) as well as the design and implementation of a control framework to automate the use and operation of the testbed.
  • The development and operation of a Future Internet facility in Europe based on enhancements and the federation of two existing infrastructures: OFELIA and OneLab. Two OFELIA islands (i2CAT and University of Bristol (UNIVBRIS)) and the UTH's NITOS testbed will be enhanced by i) adding more physical resources (servers, OpenFlow-enabled switches and access points) to be able to cope with a bigger number ofusers and different use cases, ii) improving its respective control frameworks (based on the OFELIA control framework and OMF) and iii) adding more manpower to operate the facilities.
  • The federation of the Brazilian and European experimental facilities, both at the physical connectivity and control framework level, to support the provisioning of slices using resources from both testbeds.
  • The design and implementation of pilot applications of public utility that showcase the power of a shared Europe-Brazil Future Internet experimental facility.
 

Live Status Dashboard

Now you can monitor the status of the Testbed by accessing the new FIBRE Dashboard.

More info here

Start Using FIBRE

How to Experiment


STEP 1:

Get access to the facility by requesting a FIBRE account.

Do not use "@" in your login name, as it will be configured as [login]@[island].

Select an institution to approve your account request. Please note that RNP works as a "catch-all" island for research and academic institutions.


For following the next steps, click here

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for 
research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 288356

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