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CARENET – Content-Aware WiREless NETworks: Fundamental Limits, Algorithms, and Architectures

The CARENET project has received funding from European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union with call details Advanced Grants (AdG), PE7, ERC-2017-ADG.

  • Project Title: CARENET :Content-Aware Wireless Networks: Fundamental Limits, Algorithms, and Architectures
  • Project Acronym: CARENET
  • ID Grant Number: 789190
  • Principal Investigator: Giuseppe Caire
  • Host Institution: TU Berlin
  • Starting date: Oct 2018
  • Project Duration: 5 years
  • Total Budget: 2,497,500 EUR
  • Links: ERC link , Cordis link

 

 

Project Summary

Wireless communication networks are the essential connectivity tissue of the modern digital age. Wireless data traffic is predicted to increase by almost three orders of magnitude in the next five years. It is unlikely that such increase can be tackled by an incremental “more-of-the-same” approach. This proposal stems from the observation that the killer application for wireless networks is on-demand access to Internet content. CARENET advocates a novel content-aware approach to wireless networks design that can provably solve the scalability problem of current systems, thus supporting the paradigmatic shift “from Gigabits per second for a few to Terabytes per month for all”. CARENET’s vision is to serve an arbitrarily large number of users with bounded transmission resources (bandwidth, number of transmit antennas, and power). The fundamental question is: how can such a per-user throughput scalability be achieved in the presence of on-demand requests, for which users do not access simultaneously the same content? CARENET builds on a novel information theoretic formulation of content-aware networks and on several recent results in information theory, network coding, channel coding, and protocol design, stimulated by the PI’s recent work. Key elements of the proposed content-aware architectures are new caching strategies, where content is stored across the wireless network nodes. These strategies are supported by the ever-growing on-board memory of wireless devices and by the new features of the forthcoming 5G-like technology. Our thesis is that scalability is possible through the novel content-aware design, while it is information-theoretically impossible otherwise. Our overarching goal envisions the delivery of one Terabyte per month to each user at an affordable cost and good Quality of Experience, rather than the traditional Gigabit per second peak rates targeted by conventional technology development.

Main vision

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  The project CARENET mainly focuses on designing cache-enable networks. Our network setting is illustrated in following figure. In this networks Access Points (Aps) are distributed randomly in a circular area. APs are connected to IP router through links with infinitive capacity where IP router has access to library of N files. Users are equipped with cache memory to store partially the library and users have mobility. Users can receive data from nearby APs within a circle.  

Additional Information

If you are interested to see more details, you can have look at CARENET page.

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