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FLAME takes a holistic approach, with the platform reaching from the top-level experiment level over the traditional compute & storage cloud infrastructure down to the routing and transport network level, providing complete experimental control.

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Platform for Future Media large scale experimentation based on cloud computing and software defined technologies.

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Methodology for real life experimentation supporting personalization, interactivity, mobility and localization.

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Cross layer control plane for media service experiment management and replication.

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Ecosystem for media service experimentation across different European cities.

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Novel experiments for PIML media services.

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  • University of Bristol

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  • Disney Research Zurich

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Success at NEM Summit 17!

FLAME held its first workshop at the NEM Summit 2017 on November 30th in Madrid, gathering together leading experts working in the areas of digital media and communications to explore the structural change occurring across Europe and the world. The workshop, which was co-located with the NEM Summit and run as part of the overall conference

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FLAME on film

Bring on the red carpet! FLAME has released its first video, introducing the project and its goal to the world through infographics and commentary from Michael Boniface (IT Innovation Centre), Dirk Trossen (InterDigital), Monique Calisti and Alessandra Scicchitano (Martel Innovate). Fun, fast, and shareable, the video both shows what FLAME can do, as well as

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The Future Media Internet Vision, Scenarios and Media Service Use Cases

FLAME has published the 1st version of FMI vision, scenarios and media service use cases. The FLAME consortium recently published an important document that presents and refines its developing vision within the Future Media Internet (FMI). The FLAME FMI vision is described through use cases and scenarios for novel and high value media services to consumers and their

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