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Future converged optical-wireless front-/mid-/backhaul (x-haul) networks, where a reconfigurable optical network managed by an SDN controller can support a variety of C-RAN architectures. An example scenario is the WDM/PON C-RAN, where dynamic capacities can be provisioned and allocated to each link depending on the bandwidth and latency requirements.

IEEE Network Magazine paper overviews the COSMOS optical infrastructure and experiments

Future converged optical-wireless front-/mid-/backhaul (x-haul) networks, where a reconfigurable optical network managed by an SDN controller can support a variety of C-RAN architectures. An example scenario is the WDM/PON C-RAN,…

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Industry 4.0/5G+ sandbox extension deployed in  collaboration with Siemens and Rutgers University

The COSMOS team in collaboration with Siemens and Rutgers University recently deployed an "Industry 4.0/5G+" sandbox extension, funded by Rutgers, the State of New Jersey, and Siemens. The extension is…

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Bell Labs team publishes a paper with universal path gain laws for common wireless environments, partially based on measurements collected in the COSMOS testbed area

Dr. Dmitry Chizhik, Dr. Jinfeng Du, and Dr. Reinaldo Valenzuela from Nokia Bell Labs recently published a paper titled "Universal Path Gain Laws for Common Wireless Communication Environments” in IEEE…

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Dr. Levent Gürgen Completes His Visit to Columbia as Part of the NGI Explorers Program

Dr. Levent Gürgen, CEO of Kentyou, received support from the competitive NGI Explorers program to visit and conduct research at the COSMOS testbed and Columbia University during the summer and fall of 2021. During his visit Levent has been…

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