Posts tagged with: network slicing

Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson declare 5G slicing success in video trial

Deutsche Telekom (DT) and Ericsson said they’ve demonstrated the use of 5G end-to-end network slicing in a customer-centric service delivery model for video streaming, where a customer can control and adapt slice performance based on demand.  The proof-of-concept sets a...

Oracle software helps BT in 5G migration, new services

BT, owner of U.K. mobile operator EE, is using Oracle’s cloud-native converged policy software to help ease its transition to 5G and introduce new services more quickly. In the U.S., Oracle is supplying Dish Network with cloud-native policy functionality for...

Dish taps IBM for 5G automation, orchestration software

Dish Network plans to use IBM automation and network orchestration software in its forthcoming 5G network. IBM Global Business Services is providing multi-vendor implementation and integration of the BSS (business support systems) functions to enhance customer sales and service experience....

DT, Ericsson, Samsung carve a 5G slice for VR gaming in lab trial

Deutsche Telekom completed end-to-end 5G network slicing with Ericsson and Samsung in a lab trial that carved out specific resources to deliver performance needed to support cloud virtual reality gaming. The partners called it a world’s first. The test used...

Ericsson scores 5G core win with Vodafone in the U.K.

Ericsson secured a 5G core network deal with Vodafone in the U.K, as the mobile operator looks to launch standalone across its European markets. It builds on 5G core work with the Swedish vendor in Germany, where Ericsson supported Vodafone...

Oracle to give Dish 5G core network slicing assist

Oracle might not be the first name that comes to mind in wireless, but Dish Network’s latest 5G vendor is already working with major telcos on 5G efforts.   Dish last week announced Oracle will help enable a service-based architecture...

Vodafone turns on standalone 5G network in Germany

Vodafone Germany CEO said the operator is the first in Europe to take off the so-called LTE training wheels of its 5G network, launching standalone (SA) 5G on Monday with vendor partner Ericsson. All mobile radio sites in the 3.5 GHz...

Will private wireless kill network slicing before it even gets started?

The telecom industry has been trumpeting 5G network slicing for a couple of years now, saying carriers will be able to make money by selling “slices” of their networks to different enterprises for their exclusive use. But then, along came...

Ericsson launches commercial 5G RAN slicing

Ericsson has launched a commercial 5G network slicing product for radio access networks (RAN). The Swedish company says its 5G RAN Slicing allocates radio resources based on dynamic partitioning, which delivers 1 millisecond scheduling. The RAN slicing technology is an important element...

Nokia adds ‘extreme automation’ capabilities to 4G/5G network slicing

Nokia on Thursday announced it has added new automation capabilities for 4G and 5G network slicing, aimed at speeding up the time it takes for operators to deliver services and create or change slices.   Network slicing is seen as...