Kay Hänsge

Kay Hänsge
Deutsche Telekom Technik GmbH

Master of Engineering

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This paper discusses the Facility for Large-scale Adaptive Media Experimentation (FLAME) Platform, a Servicebased Architecture that demonstrates the concept of cloud native service orchestration and routing for media applications. This enables automated provisioning and management of microservices delivering a service function chain, which affords...
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Human sensing information such as audio (hearing) and visual (sight) or a combination thereof audiovisual are transferred over communication networks. Yet interacting sense of touch (haptic) and particularly the kinaesthetic (muscular movement) component has much stricter end-to-end latency communication requirements between tactile ends. The state...
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5G promises to bring back value to the network operator and not only serve as a data pipe solution anymore. Operators have started to adopt cloud-native paradigms for the deployment of the 5G core architecture. With it goes the introduction of the service-based architecture as a key design pattern for realizing future control, and ultimately user p...
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Operators have been adopting the cloud‐native paradigm for the roll‐out of 5G architecture. With it goes the introduction of the service‐based architecture as a key design pattern for realizing future control‐ and ultimately user‐planes of mobile networks. The main benefits of this new design pattern are increased flexibility, meaning new business...
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When deploying a digital media service on the FLAME platform, you are placing it in a responsive environment that reacts (using behaviours you have defined) in real-time to metrics of interest to you. Considering this behaviour as a continuous cycle of optimization in which your target user experience (UX) is negotiated with the most efficient use...
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Operators have been adopting the cloud-native paradigm for the rollout of 5G architecture. With it goes the introduction of the service-based architecture as a key design pattern for realizing future control, and ultimately user planes of mobile networks. The main benefits of this new design pattern are the increased flexibility to address new busi...
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This report is the second technology roadmap for a ground-breaking media service delivery platform being developed by the FLAME project. The report describes the software products to be delivered at infrastructure, platform and media service layers and how combinations of products are used to exploit the benefits of highly distributed software-defi...
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This report provides the second version of the FLAME platform architecture and infrastructure specification. It outlines therefore the blueprint that forms the basis for further specification but more importantly the implementation work towards a deployable FLAME platform within the infrastructures of Bristol and Barcelona, and other sites. The rep...
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The present invention relates to support Quality of Service (QoS) using Web Real Time Communication (WebRTC) based clients integrated in mobile devices conformed to 3GPP Release 8 Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) infrastructure.
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This paper introduces a new communication paradigm called Decentralized Communications, which enables cross-domain communication services to trustfully use peer-to-peer networks. Decentralized Communication services are inherently inter-operable without the need to standardize protocols or service APIs. This property is achieved by using the Protoc...
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Mobile-Edge Computing (MEC) is a highly relevant topic and is continuing in the standardisation process of a dedicated ETSI Industry Specification Group. In addition to their service scenarios, we present new emerging use cases in the context of MEC. We introduce and categorise approaches how to move a service function between hosting environments....
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The journey towards the deployment of next generation networks has recently accelerated, driven by the joint effort of research and standards organisations. Despite this fact, the overall picture is still unclear as prioritization and understanding on several key concepts are not yet agreed by major vendors and network providers. Network Slicing is...
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Bundling the resources of different access links is a measure to improve throughput and resilience to network failure. This paper proposes a solution able to bundle the own DSL resources with available resources of neighbouring DSLs. The solution is based on links between the DSL routers (e.g. using Wi-Fi technology) which are used by the bundling...
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In this paper, the authors propose an extensible (Open) Graphical User (Flow) Interface called OpenGUFI. Open- GUFI is a Software-Defined Networking application that provides a visual abstraction of the underlying network. The Visualizer has been implemented and tested in an SDN-enabled Wireless Testbed based on the Odin framework. As a use case a...
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In this paper, the authors propose an extensible (Open) Graphical User (Flow) Interface called OpenGUFI. Open- GUFI is a Software-Defined Networking application that provides a visual abstraction of the underlying network. The Visualizer has been implemented and tested in an SDN-enabled Wireless Testbed based on the Odin framework. As a use case a...
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This paper describes a method to support QoS using WebRTC-based Clients integrated in mobile devices conformed to 3GPP Rel. 8 Public Land Mobile Network infrastructure. To enrich the experience for mobile customers using this upcoming technology, the article focuses on the merging of the technical capabilities arising from both the Evolved Packet S...
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This article presents the results of WebRTC trials conducted in a partnership between Telekom Innovation Laboratories (T-Labs) and PT Inovação e Sistemas under the project called WONDER. The main achievement of WONDER project was the design and validation of the new "Signalling-On-the-fly" (SigOfly) concept. This concept ensures interoperability be...
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This paper describes the considerable role of Quality of Service (QoS) for Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) clients connected with an IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)-based IP Television (IPTV) infrastructure. To raise the quality of experience for IPTV customers, the article focuses on the merging of the technical capabilities arising from both t...
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This paper describes the potential to combine IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)-based IP Television (IPTV) services with a future-oriented web browser technology, the Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC). To enrich the quality of experience for residential customers using this upcoming technology, the article focuses on the merging of the technical cap...
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Smartphones together with the respective applications (apps) and services have become an integral part of our daily life. The feature set of smartphones, such as sensors, cameras, processing speed, memory, etc. is constantly increasing and apps exploit these features to offer even more intelligent services for the customers. However, there is only...

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Flexible Visualization of components of a network topology.
Project
The main goal of the reTHINK project is to design and prototype a new, non telecom centric, but Web-centric P2P Service Architecture enabling dynamic trusted relationships among distributed applications called Hyperlinked Entities (“Hyperties”) that support use-cases beyond commoditized telephony such as contextual and social communications, M2M/IoT and content oriented services. This project will enable any type of service delivery through specialized end-to-end network quality commitments, powered by specialized P2P and/or Cloud services (delivered as SaaS, PaaS or IaaS).