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Energy transition

Greentouch consortium wins silver trophy at the Edison Awards 2016

Christelle Dupont - 19/07/2016

After winning a silver trophy in the "collective disruption" category at the Edison Awards 2016, held in New York (USA) on 21 April, the Greentouch consortium announced its final results: its new approaches can make wireless networks over 10,000 times more energy efficient.

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Inaugural Meeting

R2Lab anechoic chamber a heterogeneous wireless testbed

9/11/2016

R2lab is an open testbed, located in an anechoic chamber, for reproducible research in wireless WiFi and 4G/5G networks. This testbed is federated to the FIT Equipment of Excellence facility and will be inaugurated on Wednesday November 9th in the presence of Antoine Petit, CEO of Inria.

R2lab proposes thirty seven customisable commercial off-the-shelf wireless devices together with efficient software tools to support easy experimentation. These tools allow to book the whole testbed, to remotely control the wireless devices, to easily deploy various scenarios and to collect results

Place : Inria Sophia Antipolis, 2004 route des Lucioles, 06900 Sophia Antipolis

Guest(s) : Eric Fleury (ENS Lyon), Tanguy Risset (Inria), Walid Dabbous (Inria), Max Ott (National ICT Australia), Raymond Knopp (Eurecom), Sylvie Mellet (UCA)

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Inria Sophia Antipolis R2lab demo: a 4G network deployed remotely in three minutes

Anne Schneider - 9/11/2016

R2lab, the FIT team’s new testbed, was inaugurated on 9 November by Antoine Petit, CEO of Inria, in the presence of many scientists. Its new anechoic chamber can be used to remotely perform reproducible wireless network experimentation (5G/software-defined radio). R2lab, managed by the DIANA project-team led by Walid Dabbous and the centre’s Development and Experimentation department, presented a 4G network being deployed remotely in merely three minutes

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