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Giuseppe Carella

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Research fellow

Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31
10589 Berlin
Phone +49 30 3463-7387

http://www.av.tu-berlin.de/carella

 

Graduated:
2011, Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, M.Sc.

Master Thesis:
Giuseppe Carella, QoS-aware brokering support for IMS Infrastructures in cloud, 2011.

Curriculum Vitae

Giuseppe Carella received his M.Sc. in Engineering of Computer Science from the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna in 2011. During his studies he focalised on next generation network infrastructure, especially in IMS services, like presence and messaging. He realised his Master thesis, “QoS-aware brokering support for IMS Infrastructures in cloud”, working at Fraunhofer FOKUS focusing on IMS and cloud computing, as one of the first work realised in the context of Network Function Virtualization (NFV). In 2012 he joined the Next Generation Networks (AV) team at the Technical University Berlin, where he started working on Future Internet projects like OpenLab and BonFIRE. He is mainly interested in new network architectures, like the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and the Evolved Packet Core (EPC), and he has a strong background in cloud computing technologies. He is currently involved as Software Engineer in the development of the OpenSDNCore platform, and involved in different European projects. 

Projects

Since the beginning he has been involved in many EU Projects part of the FP7: OpenLab, BonFIRE (EU BonFIRE project), Mobile Cloud Networking (https://mobile-cloud-networking.eu/) and NUBOMEDIA (https://www.nubomedia.eu/).

In the Mobile Cloud Networking project he is currently leading the activities related to the virtualisation and cloudification of the IMS platform, while in NUBOMEDIA he is bringing his expertise for realising an elastic cloud platform for Multimedia content. 

The BonFIRE Project supports experimentation and testing of innovative scenarios from the Internet of Services research community, specifically focused on the convergence of services and networks. In this project he is providing his expertise for enabling elasticity as a service.  

He was previously involved in OpenLab (EU OpenLab project). In this project he was designing and developing the Slice Federation Architecture (SFA) extension for the FITeagle framework. FITeagle (www.fiteagle.org) is a framework for the interoperability of different testbeds. Furthermore SFA will increase the number of federated testbeds, allowing teagle experimenters to interoperate with an high number of heterogeneous resources. 

In parallel he coordinates the development of the OpenSDNCore platform, a software toolkit for realising research related to Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks. 

 

 

Publications

Towards Mobile Federated Network Operators
Zitatschlüssel Will1504:Mobile
Autor Mwangama, Joyce and Ventura, Neco and Willner, Alexander and Al-Hazmi, Yahya and Carella, Giuseppe and Magedanz, Thomas
Buchtitel 1st Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft)
Seiten 1–6
Jahr 2015
ISBN 978-1-4799-7899-1
DOI 10.1109/NETSOFT.2015.7116187
Adresse London, United Kingdom
Monat apr
Verlag IEEE
Zusammenfassung Mobile Network Operators provide wireless communication services to their customers using their own network infrastructures. For providers, in particular in low-income countries, access to latest network functions to offer 4G/5G services can be a large burden as this is directly impacted by financial restrictions of operators. Although some network sharing solutions between operators to reduce the total cost of ownership exist in standards and literature, none address specific requirements of the operating environment of low income countries. In our approach, we are exploiting the raising interest in the cloudification of the related infrastructure, namely Network Function Virtualization (NFV) over Software Defined Networks (SDN), to allow each operator in these countries to offer specific network functions as a service in a federation in order to share them and to increase their revenue.Initial results are presented based on the development of a commercial toolkit (OpenSDNCore) and a federated testbed research project (TRESCIMO). As a result, we define the notion of a Mobile Federated Network Operator (MFNO) and provide an analysis of the underlying requirements for such a use case and potential approaches to address them.
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Presentations and demos

"OpenSDNCore: a Framework for prototyping virtualized Network Function Orchestration in emerging SDN-based 5G Infrastructures", Carrier Network Virtualization 2014, Palo Alto

"Mobile Cloud Networking - end-to-end deployment of a virtualized Mobile Core Network", GlobeCom 2015, Austin

"Smart Communication Platforms for OTT and Telco-integrated Communication Services", Giuseppe Carella and Thomas Magedanz, 9th SDP Global Summit – ”Service Delivery Virtualization“ September 17th, 2013, Rome

"SDP and Core Network Virtualization", Giuseppe Carella and Thomas Magedanz, 9th SDP Global Summit – ”Service Delivery Virtualization“ September 17th, 2013, Rome

"Mobile Cloud Networking", Orchestration of a Mobile Core Network on top of an OpenStack Cloud, EUCNC 2014 and FIA 2014 

Tutorials

"5G Foundations and Core Network Evolution: Radio, Convergence Core, Cognitive Management and Virtualisation (SDN/NFV)", FUSECO Forum 2014, Berlin

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