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September 23-25 | Antwerp Belgium
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Wednesday, September 25 • 12:00 - 12:30
Multi-Access, Multi-Edge Access with Akraino - Tapio Tallgren, Nokia & Ferenc Szekely, SUSE

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The ETSI Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) started with the idea that a base station can host a server. The benefits of being close are low latency -- critical for AR/VR applications -- and processing information close to the producer so that all does not need to be transmitted.

The Akraino MEC API Framework project creates tools that translate the ETSI APIs to programming language interfaces, and provides a repository where applications can find available APIs. The Akraino uMEC project is an ultra-small MEC platform that can be deployed in a lightpole in a Smart City, along a Smart Highway, or in a liftfork in a Smart Factory.

We tested the uMEC concept in a hackathon in Finland, with the task to create new applications for smart city denizens. We are planning to create a demo platform next that would allow the participants to create applications that will use real MEC APIs.

Speakers
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Ferenc Székely

Developer Program, SUSE
Working at SUSE's Developer Program. We are helping companies on their cloud transformation journey. I am looking forward hearing about interesting uses cases where uMEC (Micro MEC) would be a potential solution.
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Tapio Tallgren

Technical Leader, Nokia
Tapio works currently at Nokia in the Akraino project, leading two projects and the community sub-committee. Before that, he has been involved in the OPNFV project for example as the TSC Chair. Previously, Tapio led a panel discussion in front of a live audience in the OPNFV Beijing... Read More →



Wednesday September 25, 2019 12:00 - 12:30
Okapi 3 (Floor 0)

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