The FLAME platform

FLAME has been outlining the main platform benefits as part of the initial work needed to develop and deploy a Future Media Internet delivery platform starting in 2018. The main target is to provide a significant leap forward for media delivery supporting personalized, interactive, mobile and localized (PIML) workflows. The FLAME platform provides this leap

How to join the FMI ecosystem

Lighting the FLAME for the Future Media Internet Ecosystem Launched in January 2017, FLAME aims to establish a Future Media Internet (FMI) ecosystem based on the Experimentation-as-a-Service (EaaS) paradigm. This ecosystem will be capable of supporting urban-scale experimentation with novel FMI products and services, using real-life adaptive infrastructures encompassing not only the compute and storage

The FMI Vision: Use Cases and Scenarios

What is the vision for the Future Media Internet, and how could it be used within FLAME? FLAME aims to optimise media content delivery by enabling deep interactions between media service providers and an underlying network using software defined networking and information centric networking techniques – features not seen in today’s infrastructure. This FMI Vision

The FLAME Vision and Objectives

Society is increasingly reliant on rich and interactive digital content to enhance and support almost all aspects of life. Sports, music, television, art, fashion, business, education, medicine, interior design, retail, and just about anything people do is affected by digital content. Production processes are increasingly digitised. Demand is shifting towards Personalised, Interactive, Mobile and Localised

FLAME project at EuCNC 17

The H2020 FLAME project is presenting a poster at EuCNC describing how the project is developing a flexible interactive media service platform using novel SDN routing alongside NFV and SFC techniques deployed within real-life smart city infrastructures. The project is exploring the benefits of adaptive software defined network infrastructures combining edge and metro data-centres to provide

FLAME… here we are!

We are very happy to start this new research and experimentation project to develop an integrated software platform that utilizes the advances of compute & storage as well as software-based communication infrastructures and to define a methodology for in a real-life, large-scale experimentation of personalised, interactive, mobile, and localised media experiments. The kick-off meeting will