Steinbuch Centre for Computing (SCC)

bwNET2020+ for a more powerful and versatile network in Baden-Württemberg

  • contact:

    Philipp Wolter

  • funding:

    MWK

  • partner:

    Universität Ulm

  • startdate:

    01.01.2020

  • enddate:

    31.12.2023

The bwNET2020+ project is intended to support the expansion of the state university network and innovation within the university networks, as the consolidation of IT services at universities places higher demands on the underlying network.

bwNET2020+ for a more powerful and versatile network in Baden-Württemberg

The federal project bwNET2020+ is concerned with the possible further development of BelWÜ, the state university network, as well as campus networks based on efficient and flexible networks. Where sensible and controllable, new technologies are to be introduced step by step for adaptation in a targeted and future-oriented manner.

With a strong focus on use cases that show how concrete first steps towards self-driving networks can be taken in the context of BelWü and campus networks, the teams from network operations and network research work closely together.

The project is funded by the Ministry of Science and Art of Baden-Württemberg and runs from 2020 - 2023.


Contact at SCC: Philipp Wolter

bwNET2020+ for a more powerful and versatile network in Baden-Württemberg

The federal project bwNET2020+ is concerned with the possible further development of BelWÜ, the state university network, as well as campus networks based on efficient and flexible networks. Where sensible and controllable, new technologies are to be introduced step by step for adaptation in a targeted and future-oriented manner.

With a strong focus on use cases that show how concrete first steps towards self-driving networks can be taken in the context of BelWü and campus networks, the teams from network operations and network research work closely together.

The project is funded by the Ministry of Science and Art of Baden-Württemberg and runs from 2020 - 2023.


Contact at SCC: Philipp Wolter