With the nowadays improvement in information technologies, smart and connected objects are almost a constant presence in our daily life. Things were significantly different in 1991 though, when Mark Weiser (Principal Scientist at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center) was proposing a new, visionary concept. In his idea, technology should continuously interact with our daily life, as a transparent barrier between real and virtual world. That was later defined, the “ubiquitous computing” paradigm, where ubiquitous stands for everywhere and anywhere.Read more “5G Digital Twin experimentation @IRISIreland”
Great news from Sma-RTy R&D team!
The collaboration with Scuola Superiore San’Anna (Italy) around the 5G topic led to a new publication in the 5G World Forum. The title of the work is “A Fast and Low Capacity Virtual RAN Recovery based on PDCP Split and Optical Fronthaul Traffic Filtering”
Here is the abstract:Read more “New research published on 5G World Forum conference”
BRAINE Project Consortium will help to position Europe at the forefront of the intelligent edge computing field
By lowering the barriers for utilizing edge computing for artificial intelligence applications, BRAINE will open the door for European SMEs to leverage state of the art technologies, driving their development and growth as industry leaders in their sectors.Read more “BRAINE Project press release”
Sma-RTy SAS is pleased to annouce that the BRAINE “Big data pRocessing and Artificial Intelligence at the Network Edge” submitted to the ECSEL framework has been accepted to financement by the ECSEL consortium!
Work plan will start in May 2020 with other 28 pan-european partners!