Co-optimisation of overlay applications and underlying networks

An EU FP7 project


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ENVISION passed its final review on 29 January 2013, being ranked an excellent project.

Future Networks 11th FP7 Concertation meeting, 27-28 February 2013, Brussels.

Future Internet Assembly, 8-10 May 2013, Dublin.

Future Network and Mobile Summit, 3-5 July 2013, Lisbon, Portugal.

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ENVISION is an FP7 project funded by the European Commission.

The partners are:
- Alcatel-Lucent
- FTR&D/Orange
- Telefonica
- LiveU


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March 2013

Welcome to the ENVISION project

Future networked media applications will be multi-sourced, highly interactive distributed meshes of HD and 3D multi-sensory channels. Applications like these can be a major headache to ISPs as they demand unprecedented quantities of network resources in unpredictable locations. ENVISION proposes a cross-layer solution where the problem of supporting demanding services is solved cooperatively by service providers, ISPs, users and the applications themselves. The consortium plans to promote the ENVISION interface as a standardised means for cooperation between applications and ISPs for realising demanding multimedia services.

The ENVISION consortium consists of the following organisations:

The ENVISION project is partially funded by the European Union as part of the FP7 Information and Communication Technologies programme.


If you were expecting to find the website of the ENVISION project on Environmental Services Infrastructure with Ontologies then please visit www.envision-project.eu.

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