Federico Tonini is a post-doctoral researcher in the Optical Networks Unit, focusing on optical network design and optimization for 5G and beyond. The aim of his research is to define intelligent strategies for the allocation of network slices, also considering survivability against failures. The effectiveness of the developed strategies will be tested using existing open-source frameworks for network slicing.
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Techno-economics of 5G transport deployments
Benefits of Pod dimensioning with best-effort resources in bare metal cloud native deployments
Reliable Slicing in Optical Metro Networks with Reconfigurable Backup Resources
Optimization over time of reliable 5G-RAN with network function migrations
Fiber- vs. Microwave-based 5G Transport: a Total Cost of Ownership Analysis
A Resource Sharing Method for Reliable Slice as a Service Provisioning in 5G Metro Networks
From IoT to Cloud: Applications and Performance of the MQTT Protocol
Network Slicing Automation: Challenges and Benefits
Differentiated protection in 5G vehicular networks
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Automation of Network edge Infrastructure & Applications with aRtificiAl intelligence, ANIARA