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5G service delivery platform: 360 VR vertical as an example

5G service delivery platform: 360 VR vertical as an example
5G service delivery platform: 360 VR vertical as an example
Operators have been adopting the cloud-native paradigm for the roll-out of 5G architecture. With it goes the introduction of the service-based architecture as a key design pattern for realizing future control- and ultimately user-planes of mobile networks. The main benefits of this new design pattern are increased flexibility, meaning new business cases may be addressed while maintaining competitive cost levels, and also the ability to realise use cases which historically have required the full breadth of infrastructure level knowledge. We present a realization of a service delivery platform entirely built upon service-based architecture principles.
2476-1508
Boniface, Michael
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Phillips, Stephen
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Haensge, Kay
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Boniface, Michael
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Trossen, Dirk
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Boniface, Michael, Phillips, Stephen, Robitzsch, Sebastian, Trossen, Dirk and Haensge, Kay (2020) 5G service delivery platform: 360 VR vertical as an example. Internet Technology Letters. (In Press)

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Abstract

Operators have been adopting the cloud-native paradigm for the roll-out of 5G architecture. With it goes the introduction of the service-based architecture as a key design pattern for realizing future control- and ultimately user-planes of mobile networks. The main benefits of this new design pattern are increased flexibility, meaning new business cases may be addressed while maintaining competitive cost levels, and also the ability to realise use cases which historically have required the full breadth of infrastructure level knowledge. We present a realization of a service delivery platform entirely built upon service-based architecture principles.

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Accepted/In Press date: 18 May 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 440925
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/440925
ISSN: 2476-1508
PURE UUID: bf7a5dc9-bc88-40a9-beef-381f7b17d82e
ORCID for Stephen Phillips: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7901-0839

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Date deposited: 22 May 2020 16:40
Last modified: 07 Oct 2020 01:41

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Author: Michael Boniface
Author: Stephen Phillips ORCID iD
Author: Sebastian Robitzsch
Author: Dirk Trossen
Author: Kay Haensge

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