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학술대회 Agile Management of 5G Core Network Based on SDN/NFV Technology
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최태상, 김태연, Wouter TraverNier, Aki Korvala, Jussi Pajunpaa
International Conference on Information and Communication Technology Convergence (ICTC) 2017, pp.841-846
17HH1100, 자기인증 식별자 기반 자율형 신뢰 네트워킹 기술 개발, 정태수
In the 5G era, radio IP capacity is expected to reach 20 Gbit/s per sector, and ultra-large content traffic will travel across the faster wireless/wireline access network and packet core network. Also massive and mission-critical IoT is the main differentiator of 5G services. These types of real-time and large-bandwidth consuming services require radio latency of less than 1ms, and end-to-end latency of less than a few ms. By distributing 5G core nodes closer to cell sites, backhaul traffic volume and latency can be significantly reduced by having mobile devices downloading content immediately from a closer content server. In this paper, we propose a novel solution based on SDN (Software Defined Network) and NFV (Network Function Virtualization) technology in order to achieve an agile management of distributed 5G core network functionalities and services with PoC implementation targeted for Pyungchang Winter Olympics.
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Content server, End to End(E2E), Mission-critical, Mobile devices, Network Function Virtualization, Packet core network, Real-Time, Software-Defined Networking(SDN), Traffic volume, Ultra-large, Wireline access network