FLAME’s Grand Finale event “Bringing Media And Telco Together In The 5G Value Chain” brought together FLAME partners and media company experts who shared their project highlights as well as insights from demonstrating their experiments on the FLAME platform. The event kicked off with project coordinator Michael Boniface thanking all 11 consortium partners who have
The Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) concept can significantly improve the QoS of video streaming services; however, the computing resources at edge nodes are still limited and should be allocated economically efficiently, as both stated in the academic literature but also as we have experimentally validated in previous works, when we deployed heavy WebRTC workloads on
We went to Bristol with an innovative idea and returned with so much more than that. Following our victory on the European FLAME Open Call, we travelled to Bristol to develop and test our winning platform – EdgeTube – and had the chance of seeing for the first time this creative vision come to life.
FLAME partners showcased the FLAME Platform at the International Broadcasting Conference (IBC) 2019 in Amsterdam Friday 13 September, to Tuesday 17 September. The FLAME booth showcased innovative FLAME media service use-cases for participative media services by ETH Zurich and DisneyResearch|Studios. Visitors literally got their hands on the technology using tablets to experience Augmented Reality (AR)
FLAME – a world-leading consortium of pioneers in 5G networking and technologies has been showcasing the latest innovations across a four-day event at the University of Bristol’s Smart Internet Lab. The ‘Urban Hacking in 5G’ event saw creative software teams compete to design and implement applications that deliver new media experiences within urban settings in
With FLAME addressing the Future Media Internet ecosystem, the integration with 5G has always been in the mind of the platform development. 5G addresses a number of key aspects, such as higher throughput, low latency, edge computing capabilities, among others, that are targeted by FLAME use cases as well as provided by FLAME platform capabilities.
The FLAME platform played an important role for media delivery within the UK’s 5G Smart Tourism Project. This was demonstrated on 9 March 2019, the public showcase day in the UK cities of Bath and Bristol, which marked the end of the 5G Smart Tourism project and brought together 19 use case and technology providers
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the ultimate tradeshow in the mobile industry. Visited by more than 100,000 people and showcasing over 8 halls in Barcelona, it is the place to be for any innovation in the mobile and, currently, the 5G space. After its inaugural presence in 2018 at the MWC ministerial conference as
The focus of FLAME in its media-centric trials and experimentation in real-life infrastructure, established in Bristol and Barcelona, deeply roots the project in the ongoing 5G deployment efforts in Europe. Nonetheless, forwarding-looking work has been ongoing in the project, stretching as far as Beyond5G. A specific contribution in this space has been a recent engagement
This week FLAME conducted a Webinar on our current, 2nd Open Call, which you can watch below. The Webinar was held on 12 December and outlines information about the project’s 2nd Open Call for SMEs and Replicators trials. The FLAME project is first introduced and explained by Project Coordinator Michael Boniface from IT Innovation. He