AffiliationUniv Arizona, Coll Opt Sci
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CitationGutterman, C., Minakhmetov, A., Yu, J., Sherman, M., Chen, T., Zhu, S., ... & Zussman, G. (2019, October). Programmable optical x-haul network in the COSMOS testbed. In 2019 IEEE 27th International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP) (pp. 1-2). IEEE.
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AbstractThe Cloud-Enhanced Open Software Defined Mobile Wireless Testbed for City-Scale Deployment (COSMOS) platform is a programmable city-scale shared multi-user advanced wireless testbed that is being deployed in West Harlem of New York City . To keep pace with the significantly increased wireless link bandwidth and to effectively integrate the emerging C-RANs, COSMOS is designed to incorporate a fast programmable core network for providing connections across different computing layers. A key feature of COSMOS is its dark fiber based optical x-haul network that enables both highly flexible, user defined network topologies and experimentation directly in the optical physical layer. The optical architecture of COSMOS was presented in . In this paper, we show the tools and services designed to configure and monitor the performance of optical paths and topologies of the COSMOS testbed. In particular, we show the SDN framework that allows testbed users to implement experiments with application-driven control of optical and data networking functionalities.
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