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Dr.-Ing. Ahmed Medhat

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Fraunhofer FOKUS
Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31
10589 Berlin, Germany
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Curriculum Vitae

Ahmed Medhat obtained his Bachelor degree in Communication Engineering and his Master of Science degree in Communications from GUC, Egypt, 2011 with a master thesis titled "OFDMA Scheduling Algorithms in WiMAX for rtPS QoS Class". He is currently a PhD candidate and a research assistant. His research interests are in the SDN/NFV research areas with a focus on Service Function Chaining.

Publications

Multi-tenancy for Virtualized Network Functions
Citation key Hass1504:Multi
Author Hassan, Ahmed Mohamed Medhat and Mwangama, Joyce and Carella, Giuseppe and Ventura, Neco
Title of Book IEEE NetSoft WS 2015: MISSION 2015 (MISSION 2015)
Year 2015
Address London, United Kingdom
Abstract The proliferation of cloud computing techniques has created a multitude of applications for network services deployments, enabled by the adoption of Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) paradigms. Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) also have the opportunity to leverage these technologies to enable the delivery of traditional networking functionality making use of cloud technologies. The benefit is cost reduction in the CAPEX and OPEX of the network infrastructure. Furthermore, multiple MNOs could share Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs) while maintaining separate logical data and control planes. This work investigates how those VNFs, in particular the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) Network Service (NS), can be shared using Virtual Tenant Networks (VTN) techniques. VTN provides a logical separation between data and control plane in virtualized networks. The design, implementation, and preliminary evaluations of such deployments are showcased in this paper, using open-source tools and readily available research playgrounds.
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