Advanced Service Architecture and Service Delivery Environment
|Project Coordinator||Project Consortium|
Jean Pierre Le Rouzic
|France Telecom/Orange Labs, Fr||Nokia Siemens Networks Kft, HU|
|Alcatel-Lucent France, FR||NTT, Japan|
|Bull, FR||Software Quality Systems, ES|
|CARSA, ES||Telefonica I+D, ES|
|CBT, Communication & Multimedia S.L., ES||Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, ES|
|Innovalia Association, ES||Turkcell, TR|
|Telecom Managemtn Sud Paris, FR|
This is a "Celtic" project;
|Project Key Information|
|End date||Budget (total)||Effort (total)||Project-ID|
|November 2008||October 2011||11697 k€||116.5 PY||CP5-023|
SERVERY’s goal is to enable a Service Market Place that
bridges the Internet and Telco worlds by merging the flexibility and
openness of the former with the trustworthiness and reliability of the
To achieve this, SERVERY aims to enable both end-users and professionals, with the ability for instant service creation and context-aware delivery of converged NGN-IMS / Web / Media services. These services are adaptable to the environment they are deployed in, depending on the execution platform and taking into account the end-user surroundings, context and communication constraints. To this end, a semantically-enhanced Service-Oriented Architecture and Infrastructure will be developed, supporting trusted, dynamic and intelligent service deployment and discovery, composition and brokering.
The SERVERY infrastructure will:
SERVERY will also research business models and roles associated with its service Marketplace concept, and promote coordinated efforts in international standardisation bodies aiming for an open, standardised service layer based on existing standards (such as IMS).
To achieve its ambitious goals the SERVERY consortium integrates the competence and knowledge of leading European telecom operators and key IT and telecommunications suppliers.