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Published 3 Years Ago on Wednesday, Oct 30 2019 By Inside Telecom Staff
Huawei has unveiled what it hails as an industry-first fully
containerized 5G core network at the 5G Core Summit in Madrid.
The network aims to apply container technology to all network
functions (NFs) to make network deployment more agile and provide more rapid
service rollout, which helps carriers empower new businesses and operations
across industries and digitally transform them.
The Chinese telecom manufacturer also revealed the world’s first
5G core network based on microservice-centric architecture (MCA), which
supports 2G/3G/4G/5G NSA/5G SA network access.
The company has signed more than 50 5G-based commercial
contracts across the world and it assists telecom carriers to achieve a head
start for 5G deployment and deliver ultimate user experience.
In mid-September, Ericsson and Qualcomm successfully
completed a new 5G milestone that was conducted in the Swedish telecom
firm’s lab. During this testing period, commercial Ericsson Radio System base
stations were used, along with Ericsson standalone New Radio (NR) software and
Ericsson’s 5G Cloud Core solution with a mobile smartphone form-factor test device
that was powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System.
Last week the
US pledged $1 billion for rural mobile networks to replace Chinese telecoms
equipment in the country. European nations are still debating whether to follow
the US’ lead, but concerns about cost are a factor. In early 2019, Huawei
funded an analysis that calculated the cost of removing Chinese telecoms equipment
from Europe would be as high as $62bn.
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