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The UK Programmable Fixed and Mobile Internet Infrastructure: Overview, capabilities and use cases deployment

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The UK Programmable Fixed and Mobile Internet Infrastructure : Overview, capabilities and use cases deployment. / Alshaer, Hamada; Uniyal, Navdeep; Katsaros, Konstantinos et al.

In: IEEE Access, Vol. 8, 01.09.2020, p. 175398 - 175411.

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Alshaer, H, Uniyal, N, Katsaros, K, Antonakoglou, K, Simpson, S, Abumarshoud, H, Falaki, H, McCherry, P, Rotsos, C, Mahmoodi, T, Kaleshi, D, Hutchison, D, Haas, H & Simeonidou, D 2020, 'The UK Programmable Fixed and Mobile Internet Infrastructure: Overview, capabilities and use cases deployment', IEEE Access, vol. 8, pp. 175398 - 175411. https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2020.3020894

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Alshaer, H., Uniyal, N., Katsaros, K., Antonakoglou, K., Simpson, S., Abumarshoud, H., Falaki, H., McCherry, P., Rotsos, C., Mahmoodi, T., Kaleshi, D., Hutchison, D., Haas, H., & Simeonidou, D. (2020). The UK Programmable Fixed and Mobile Internet Infrastructure: Overview, capabilities and use cases deployment. IEEE Access, 8, 175398 - 175411. https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2020.3020894

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Alshaer H, Uniyal N, Katsaros K, Antonakoglou K, Simpson S, Abumarshoud H et al. The UK Programmable Fixed and Mobile Internet Infrastructure: Overview, capabilities and use cases deployment. IEEE Access. 2020 Sep 1;8:175398 - 175411. Epub 2020 Sep 1. doi: 10.1109/ACCESS.2020.3020894

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Alshaer, Hamada ; Uniyal, Navdeep ; Katsaros, Konstantinos et al. / The UK Programmable Fixed and Mobile Internet Infrastructure : Overview, capabilities and use cases deployment. In: IEEE Access. 2020 ; Vol. 8. pp. 175398 - 175411.

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