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Ericsson networks cloud ready to test communications companies during 2016
While growing demand contact on the fourth – generation networks , companies, and is preparing to launch a fifth – generation business in 2020, we see a company Ericsson that the need to meet the mobile communication needs in different coverage areas require greater flexibility in the network infrastructure deal.
According to the Swedish telecommunications company said its network cloud to connect wirelessly to meet these requirements through several options for structures, such as wireless networks Distributed (Distributed RAN) and central (Centralized RAN), along with new wireless networks flexible (Elastic RAN) solutions and virtual wireless networks ( virtualized RAN).
Ericsson said it reviewed the default wireless networks, which is scheduled to be placed at the disposal of contact for field tests of companies in 2016, through the activities of the global mobile Alatmr MWC 2016.
Ericsson enables virtual networks for wireless assigning functions VPN (VNF) on the structure is divided, with the assignment of the central parts of the equipment protocol on commercial software Ready devices (COTS), while others can be decentralized.
And allow Ericsson to host all of the wireless networks and basic functions on the same server system, increasing the operational simplicity and ensures cost reduction through planned default without compromising on performance.
The Ericsson have reviewed wireless networks cloud over the activities of MWC 2016 in Barcelona, where he was assigned wireless functions by default on remote servers located in Sweden, including the hypothetical situations to control functions on the radio resources (RRCF) and functions of the transfer protocol data packets (PDCP).
Ericsson has also shed light on the comprehensive and integrated role in the simulation of network functions by default (NFV), including the functions of the gate advanced basic packages (EPC) default to provide services or specific local devices.
And keep track of current growth patterns in data traffic growing subscriptions smartphones and continuous increase in the average size of data per subscription alike, which is entrusted in the first place high on the popularity video content.
Such growth, according to Ericsson, to thrive in the light of the adoption of Internet technologies stuff cellular networks and low-energy and large-scale (LPWA) to meet the needs of millions of devices, which supports Internet connections of things, within the scope of coverage of each cell.
In light of the diversity of use cases that will be established under things Internet applications and group demands resulting from it, the company believes that the mobile networks will see a greater burden reinforces the need to cloud flexible wireless networks.Viewing:-139
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