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Future Vision of Business Oriented

Innovation in Wireless and Mobile

Communication Sectors

ICWMC 2009

Dr. Reda REDA

• ICTmc Vienna/Munich

• IARIA

• IFIP

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Overview

The ICT Evolution: Technology

Techno-Economic

Mobility

Security & Trust

The Industry Vision

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Overview

The ICT Evolution: Technology

Techno-Economic

Mobility

Security & Trust

The Industry Vision

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Meomry Capacity per Chip

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Number of Transistors per IC: Scales every 4-5 Y

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High Performance Computing HPC

• The Top 500 Super Computers

• Inependent Market Analysis

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HPC: Number 500

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HPC:

Number One

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HPC:

Number One

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HPC: Evolution Trend

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The New MC Trend

CPU vs GPU

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CPU

Control

Cache

DRAM

AL

U P 1

P

P 2

n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

P 3

P 4

Single

thread out

of cache

Data/Computation

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Example Fluid Algorithm

CPU

GPU

Control

Cache

AL

U P 1

P

P 2

n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

P 3

P 4

DRAM

Control

ALU

P n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

Control

ALU

P n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

P1,

P2

P3,

P4

P1,P2

P3,P4

Video

Memory

Single

thread out

of cache

Data/Computation

Program/Control

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Control

ALU

P n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

P1,P2

P3,P4

Multiple passes

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Example Fluid Algorithm

GPU Computing

Control

CPU

Cache

AL

U P 1

P

P 2

n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

P 3

P 4

Single

thread out

of cache

Data/Computation

Program/Control

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DRAM

GPGPU

Control

ALU

P n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

Control

ALU

P n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

Control

ALU

P n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

P1,

P2

P3,

P4

P1,P2

P3,P4

Video

Memory

P1,P2

P3,P4

Multiple passes

through video

memory

Thread

Execution

Manager

Control

ALU

P n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

Control

ALU

P n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

Control

ALU

P n ’=P 1 +P 2 +P 3 +P 4

Parallel

Data

Cache

Shared

Data

P 1

P 2

P 3

P 4

P 5

DRAM

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Parallel execution through cache


The New/Future MC Applications

GPU Sensors Applications

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GPU Computing Example Markets

Computational

Geoscience

Computational

Chemistry

Computational

Medicine

Computational

Modeling

Computational

Science

Computational

Biology

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Computational

Finance

Image

Processing

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Applications - Condensed

3D image analysis

Adaptive radiation therapy

Acoustics

Astronomy

Audio

Automobile vision

Bioinfomatics

Biological simulation

Broadcast

Cellular automata

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Computer Vision

Cryptography

CT reconstruction

Data Mining

Digital cinema/projections

Electromagnetic simulation

Equity training

Film

Financial - lots of areas

Languages

GIS

Holographics cinema

Imaging (lots)

Mathematics research

Military (lots)

Mine planning

Molecular dynamics

MRI reconstruction

Multispectral imaging

nbody

Network processing

Neural network

Oceanographic research

Optical inspection

Particle physics

Protein folding

Quantum chemistry

Ray tracing

Radar

Reservoir simulation

Robotic vision/AI

Robotic surgery

Satellite data analysis

Seismic imaging

Surgery simulation

Surveillance

Ultrasound

Video conferencing

Telescope

Video surveillance

Visualization

Wireless

X-ray

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FI vs. IP

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Current OSI Model

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OSI Model vs. FI Model

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FI 3-Layers Model

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FI: The New Architecture

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Overview

The ICT Evolution: Technology

Techno-Economic

Mobility

Security & Trust

The Industry Vision

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Techno-Economics: The Big Picture

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IT & C : ICT Market

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Communication Market Worldwide

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Overview

The ICT Evolution: Technology

Techno-Economic

Mobility

Security & Trust

The Industry Vision

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Wireless Internet Access

2 000 000

Wireless all CAGR 2000-2010: 11%

Wireless Internet CAGR 2000-2010: 31%

1 500 000

1 000 000

500 000

0

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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Wireless Standards

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Wireless Technologies / Standards & Mobility

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Vision of the 4G

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Nightmare of

Heterogeneous Networking

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Overview

The ICT Evolution: Technology

Techno-Economic

Mobility

Security & Trust

The Industry Vision

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Overview

The ICT Evolution: Technology

Techno-Economic

Mobility

Security & Trust

The Industry Vision

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Do we have

SECURITY ?

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Tools Available to Achieve Site Security

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NASA – www.nasa.gov

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CNN – www.cnn.com

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NSA – www.nsa.gov

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Microsoft - www.microsoft.com

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Security Bla Bla ….

Tools Available to Achieve Site Security

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Split-Out of the ICT Security Market

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Balance: A and C

Security

Access

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SECURITY

The

R & D Trends

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… or electronic,

Information may take different physical forms…

… mechanical,

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… or bio-molecular,

… or quantum, etc.

There is no information without a physical carrier,

and no computation without a physical process.

The laws of physics dictate what computations can

be.

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Classical Bit

A classical bit is, at every point

in time:

Quantum Bit

A quantum bit (« qubit ») is, at

every

point in time:

- either in state 1:

- or in state 0:

- either in basis state |1®:

- or in basis state |0®:

State of a classical bit: b ∈ {0,1}

B ist ein element aus dem wertbereich 0 or 1

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- or in a superposition

state, i.e. at the same

time |1® and |0®:

State of a qubit:

|ψ® ∈ Ε


where E is a 2-dimensional

vector space

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Overview

The ICT Evolution: Technology

Techno-Economic

Mobility

Security & Trust

The Industry Vision: the Magic System

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System of the Year:

Properties / Performance Paramaters:

SOB

BB- Wireless

Core : FI with

Best P.

Best TMN of HN

Best Security and Trust

+ 4G

+ 380 mph

+ Seamless HO

+ 3S

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System of the Year

The Industry Dream for 2012

SOB

BB- Wireless

Core : FI with

Best A.

Best TMN of HN

Best Security and Trust

+ 4G

+ 380 mph

+ Seamless HO

+ 3S

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Thank You

Dr. Reda

CEO: ICTmc Innovation Communication Technologies

reda@ictmc.com

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