In a previous post, we discussed a view on 5G Architecture from the European 5G PPP Architecture Working Group, and now its worth considering recommendations for End-to-end 5G systems from the US perspective. The 5G Americas (formerly known as 4G Americas) whitepaper “5G Technology Evolution Recommendations” discusses a selected set of scenarios and technologies for 5G.
ARCFIRE’s D2.2 Converged Service Provider Network Design Report [pdf] is now available for download at the deliverables area. This report is intended to serve multiple purposes and to address multiple constituencies at the same time. Working on this document, we as the ARCFIRE partners, have improved our understanding of RINA and how its theory, architecture, and available implementations
Sue Rudd, from Strategy Analytics, has released a new report on seven key challenges that must be met by service providers in order to fully address the IoT Services, Fixed Mobile Convergence, Cloud, Network Slicing, 5G and 4K Mobile Video markets during the next decade. The report reviews these challenges and the specific requirements needed for
Two weeks ago ICT PRISTINE and ARCFIRE researchers organized together a RINA workshop at the SDN & Openflow World Congress 2016 in The Hague. Most of the workshop content was featuring PRISTINE results, since the project is almost over, but ARCFIRE also collaborated bringing its vision of how RINA can be exploited to design better
ARCFIRE representatives attended the IEEE SDN workshop on 5G and Open Mobile Edge Computing that took place in Venice on June 15th. Sven van der Meer, from Ericsson, presented RINA, ARCFIRE and PRISTINE in two sessions: a 1 hour discussion session on building POCs (Proof of Concept) and another 2 hour session on participant contributions. Feedback was
This week representatives of ARCFIRE attended ETSI’s “From Research To Standardisation” Workshop at Sophia-Antipolis. The goal of the workshop was to bring together representatives from the research and the industrial communities, to jointly identify the components of research results which are best suitable for standardization and product development activities and to agree on specific next steps. In