Randy Katz

Vice Chancellor for Research United Microelectronics Corporation Distinguished Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


FireSim: FPGA-Accelerated Cycle-Exact Scale-Out System Simulation in the Public Cloud

SnapLink: Fast and Accurate Vision-Based Appliance Control in Large Commercial Buildings.

Optimizing the diamond lane: A more tractable carpool problem and algorithms

A Berkeley View of Systems Challenges for AI

Multi-Task Learning for Straggler Avoiding Predictive Job Scheduling

Selecting the Best VM across Multiple Public Clouds: A Data-Driven Performance Modeling Approach

Blog Posts

RISELab and the 5G Innovators Initiative (5GI2)

Randy Katz News, Uncategorized

5G, also known as Fifth Generation Mobile Networks, is an emerging global telecommunication system designed for the next generation of significantly higher wireless data bandwidths to support a variety of consumer, commercial, and industrial applications. On promise are data rates of 10-100 mbps for tens of thousands of simultaneous users in the metropolitan area, with 1 gbps indoors and connectivity for hundreds of thousands of simultaneously connected sensors. As important as these enhanced bandwidths will be the software extensibility and configurability of the 5G network, making it possible to partition and customize network bandwidth and services for a variety of site- and area-specific applications to support diverse devices at the network edge. RISELab and our industrial sponsors Ericsson, Intel, and …