Date: 2017-05-13 03:22
Reflecting the importance of the PAWR platforms to the development of wireless technology, NSF and more than 75 private-sector companies and associations in the US wireless industry will cumulatively provide approximately $655 million in cash and in-kind support to the design, development, deployment, and initial operations of the PAWR platforms:
For the first time, the Internet Measurement Conference includes a shadow PC program. Authors can opt-in to make their papers available to shadow PC reviewers and benefit from extra reviews. This is a totally independent process and does not in any way influence the main TPC decisions. researchers, PhD students and postdocs are encouraged to apply for the Shado PC program. The details are available here:
Bryan Mikesh comes from the wireless test industry with 75+ years of test experience, and has joined the PAWR team as the PPO Project Director. Bryan is leading the PAWR Project Office, with responsibility for achieving the overall goal and vision for PAWR. Bryan is responsible for final decisions on budget, project execution, personnel, and strategy.
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HPWREN functions as a collaborative, Internet-connected cyberinfrastructure. The project supports a high-bandwidth wireless backbone and access data network in San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties in areas that are typically not well-served by other technologies to reach the Internet. This includes backbone locations, typically sited on mountain tops, to connect often hard-to-reach areas in the remote Southern California back country.
Manu will serve as the Technical Program Director developing the reference PAWR architecture and services. He will also act as the liaison with other NSF large scale distributed platforms such as GENI, NSFCloud and Orbit.
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With the explosion of sensors in commercial buildings, the underlying communications mechanism between the devices and the control system are increasingly based on wireless mesh networking thanks to the dramatic cost reduction, reliability and low power requirements enabled by wireless mesh networks. In addition, the convergence of Web-enabled IT systems and all other BAS including voice, video, data, security, environmental management, and maintenance systems are helping fuel the shift.
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