5G Networks Powering Digitalisation
Auteurs : Rommer Stefan, Hedman Peter, Olsson Magnus, Frid Lars, Sultana Shabnam, Mulligan Catherine
5G Networks: Powering Digitization provides an overview of the standard 5G Core, as well as giving descriptions of cloud technologies- considered central for 5G- and the key concepts in the 3GPP rel-15/16 specifications.
Written by the authors who are heavily involved in the development of the standards and who wrote the successful EPC and 4G Packet Networks, 2nd edition, this book provides an authoritative reference on the technologies and standards of 3GPP?s 5G at the network layer.
- 5G Radio technologies: NR (New Radio) and the evolution of LTE, Massive MIMO, multi-user beamforming and virtual RAN; cloud technologies; web software concepts
- Option 3/NSA
- An overview of the 5G Core Architecture
- Detailed presentation of 5G Core key concepts
- The differences between 5G system / core network and previous incarnations of the core network
- How the interworking with previous standards is expected to happen
- Why certain functionality has been included and what is beyond the scope of 5GC
- How the specifications relate to state of the art web-scale concepts and virtualization technologies
- Which part of the specifications to find the the descriptions of certain functionality
- Information about how the different parts of the specifications fit together
- Protocol and service descriptions from an architectural and overall system perspective
- The main stream deployment options
- Provides a clear, concise and comprehensive view of 5GS/5GC
- Written by established experts in the 5GS/5GC standardization process, all of whom have extensive experience and understanding of its goals, history and vision
- Covers potential service and operator scenarios for each architecture
- Explains the Service Based Architecture, Network Slicing and support of Edge Computing, describing the benefits they will bring
- Explains what options and parts of the standards will initially be deployed in real networks, along with their migration paths
1. 5G Introduction 2. Software Technologies for 5G Core 3. 5G Core Architecture Overview 4. Key Architecture Concepts 5. Session management 6. Mobility management 7. Security 8. Quality-of-Service 9. Charging and Policy Control 10. Network slicing 11. Network functions, reference points and services 12. Protocols 13. Call flows 14. Future outlook
Peter Hedman joined Ericsson in 2000 after previously working for the company for five years as a consultant within different areas such as Intelligent Networks and GSM/NMT Gateway development. Since joining Ericsson he has been attending 3GPP SA WG2 contributing to the standardization of e.g. GPRS, EPS, IMS, WiFi-3GPP access interactions, M2M/IoT and 5GS. His current focus is 5G standardization and he is rapporteur for the 5G System procedures specification specified by 3GPP SA WG2. He received his Master's in Computer Science from Lund Institute of Technology.
Magnus Olsson is an expert in system architecture and standardization at Ericsson. He has worked with the overall mobile network architecture since joining Ericsson in 1995 and has over 10 years of experience in the standardization of mobile systems. He served as the chairman of 3GPP TSG SA WG2 (Architecture Working Group) for four years and has contributed to numerous specifications within this forum. He has been involved in driving the System Architecture Evolution (SAE) work item since its inception within 3GPP. He holds an MSc in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering from the Linköping Institute of Technology.
Lars Frid is a Director of Strategic Product Management of 5G Core Networks at Ericsson, currently based in Stockholm, Sweden. He has over 25 years of experience of working with wireless data communications in Sweden and in Silicon Valley, California, US. His area of work has covered global standards and technologies
Date de parution : 11-2019
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