Prof. Kellerer presents at ETSI NFV#26 on Network Flexibility

At the ETSI NFV#26 standardization meeting in Sofia Antipolis, Prof. Kellerer presented on may 20 in the plenary meeting how to measure flexibilty in softwarized networks.

Wolfgang Kellerer has been invited to present the results of the ERC Consolidator Grant project FlexNets at the ETSI NFV#26 standardization meeting taking place in the ETSI headquarter in Sofia Antipolis, France from May 20 - 25, 2019. His presentation entitled "Network Flexibility" proposes a novel measure to quantify flexibility in networked systems and explains how to use this measure along with a concrete use case example from 3GPP RAN Function Split. 

The slides can be downloaded from here.

More on network flexibility can be found at


Recent Publications

  • Van Bemten, Amaury; Deric,Nemanja; Varasteh,Amir; Blenk,Andreas; Schmid,Stefan; Kellerer,Wolfgang: Empirical Predictability Study of SDN Switches. 15th ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS'19), 2019 more…
  • Martínez Alba, Alberto; Kellerer, Wolfgang: Large- and Small-Scale Modeling of User Traffic in 5G Networks. International Conference on Network and Service Management (CNSM), 2019 more…
  • Martínez Alba, Alberto; Gómez Velásquez, Jorge Humberto; Kellerer, Wolfgang: Traffic characterization of the MAC-PHY split in 5G networks. IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), 2019 more…