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5G Media slice definition

5G Media slice definition
5G Media slice definition
This document is the outcome of a joined working group setup between the two European Technology Platforms, New European Media (NEM) and Networld2020. The objective was to combine expertise from the media sector which brought application requirements and the network domain which brought expertise in 5G. Nine media&content use cases have been identified by the group that cover most of the common media&content situations from production to consumption. From these 9 use cases the group has identified 12 parameters that should be used to adapt the network to the application requirements, such as: Latency, Reliability, Data rate, Mobility, User density, Positioning, User Equipment speed. Looking to the 5G network capabilities and parameters that could be activated, the last section provides a description of 5G Media Slices. There is a “s” because one of the main conclusions of the paper is that the media chain encompasses a number of functionalities and operations such as content creation, service composition, service aggregation, content distribution, devices, user interaction and interfaces, which requires different slices. Additionally, 5G requirements will be different for production which needs mostly uplink capacities and distribution which needs mostly downlink capacities. For each of the 9 use cases, there is a proposal to allocate 1 or 2 slices, detailed in the conclusion of this paper. The objective of this paper is to provide proposals and reference material to standardisation organisations in order to contribute to the design and specification of 5G Media Slices.
NEM Networld2020
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D'Andria, Francesco, Buchan, Alex, Andriani, Pasquale, Nucci, Francesco, Guta, Maria, Weller, Elisabeth, Boniface, Michael, Frascolla, Valerio, Altman, Baruch, Van Sas, Josephus, Danet, Pierre-Yves, Lesca, Volcy, Schmidt, Axel, Rizou, Matina, Adzic, Jovanka, D'Acunto, Lucia, Raffaelli, Carla, Diaz Zayas, Almudena, Favalli, Lorenzo, Gil-Castineira, Felipe and Sullivan, Kieran (2019) 5G Media slice definition NEM Networld2020 39pp.

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This document is the outcome of a joined working group setup between the two European Technology Platforms, New European Media (NEM) and Networld2020. The objective was to combine expertise from the media sector which brought application requirements and the network domain which brought expertise in 5G. Nine media&content use cases have been identified by the group that cover most of the common media&content situations from production to consumption. From these 9 use cases the group has identified 12 parameters that should be used to adapt the network to the application requirements, such as: Latency, Reliability, Data rate, Mobility, User density, Positioning, User Equipment speed. Looking to the 5G network capabilities and parameters that could be activated, the last section provides a description of 5G Media Slices. There is a “s” because one of the main conclusions of the paper is that the media chain encompasses a number of functionalities and operations such as content creation, service composition, service aggregation, content distribution, devices, user interaction and interfaces, which requires different slices. Additionally, 5G requirements will be different for production which needs mostly uplink capacities and distribution which needs mostly downlink capacities. For each of the 9 use cases, there is a proposal to allocate 1 or 2 slices, detailed in the conclusion of this paper. The objective of this paper is to provide proposals and reference material to standardisation organisations in order to contribute to the design and specification of 5G Media Slices.

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Published date: 1 September 2019

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Author: Francesco D'Andria
Author: Alex Buchan
Author: Pasquale Andriani
Author: Francesco Nucci
Author: Maria Guta
Author: Elisabeth Weller
Author: Michael Boniface
Author: Valerio Frascolla
Author: Baruch Altman
Author: Josephus Van Sas
Author: Pierre-Yves Danet
Author: Volcy Lesca
Author: Axel Schmidt
Author: Matina Rizou
Author: Jovanka Adzic
Author: Lucia D'Acunto
Author: Carla Raffaelli
Author: Almudena Diaz Zayas
Author: Lorenzo Favalli
Author: Felipe Gil-Castineira
Author: Kieran Sullivan

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