The European Commission’s Directorate-General CNECT has published the much anticipated study “Next Generation Internet 2025“, an in-depth analysis of the state of the internet performed by NLnet foundation and Gartner Europe under SMART 2016/0033.
This report consolidates the outcomes of the study on the Next Generation Internet (NGI) 2025 performed by NLnet Foundation and Gartner, commissioned by the European Commission.
It presents the :
– Technological analysis on Next Generation Internet future key technologies and research topics explaining the technical issues involved, based on the current gaps today
– Key research communities and actors
– Impact of the research topics on the drivers for change which construct the Vision for an NGI
– Benefts linked to the research topics and the potential risks of not addressing them
– Recommendations to shape the programme for a Next Generation Internet Initiative based on specifc selection criteria
– The proposed NGI research topics for the H2020 programme
– The proposed NGI research topics for the Horizon Europe programme
The original news and the report was published on the NLnet foundation website.
The Next Generation Internet (NGI initiative, launched by the European Commission in the autumn of 2016, aims to shape the future internet as an interoperable platform ecosystem that embodies the values that Europe holds dear : openness, inclusivity, transparency, privacy, cooperation, and protection of data. The NGI will drive this technological revolution and ensure the progressive adoption of advanced concepts and methodologies spanning the domains of artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, interactive technologies and more, while contributing to making the future internet more human-centric.
The CETIC is Wallonia’s point of contact for this initiative. Contact us in case of interest.
[Download the NGI study report : Next Generation Internet 2025
EC Publication Office, October 5th 2018