5G Core is where the most promising features of 5G occur: Network slicing for accommodating differentiated service categories; Services-based Architecture (SbA) and Control and User Plane Separation (CUPS) for flexibility; and an end-to-end view of management and orchestration. As 5G adopts cloud native principles, the core network must also address openness, integration, and interworking as key requirements.
In this series of FierceMarkets webinars sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel, we will examine key considerations of 5G core network planning including functional, technological and economical aspects.
This series includes 3 webinars:
Recorded on June 6, 2019
Sue Rudd, Director Service Provider Analysis, Strategy Analytics, Anders Askerup, Solution Architect from HPE Communications and Media Solutions, and Terence Nally, Segment Lead Wireless Core, Intel Network Platform Group, will explore the options for 5G and 4G interworking deemed crucial for enabling operators to offer seamless service delivery.
5G and the IT-ification of Telecommunications
Recorded on June 27, 2019
Sue Rudd, Director Service Provider Analysis, Strategy Analytics, John O’Connell, Chief Technologist, HPE Communications and Media Solutions, and Dana Nehama, Product Management Director, Intel Network Platform Group, will explore how the adoption of IT and cloud concepts will enable the creation of agile and flexible open networks, and will discuss how a cloud-native approach, leveraging micro-service design, DevOps concepts and container virtualization, can deliver that promise.
5G Core Sourcing Strategies
Thursday, July 18, 2019 | 11am ET / 8am PT
Sue Rudd, Director Service Provider Analysis, Strategy Analytics, Chris Daniel, 5G Network Business Line Manager from HPE Communications and Media Solutions, and John DiGiglio, Software Marketing Manager from Intel’s Network Platforms Group, will explore key questions to help service providers consider changes and optimizations that may be needed in the sourcing processes in getting ready for 5G core networks.