How end-to-end Network Slicing will create new business opportunities for telcos (sponsored by Lumina Networks)
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Network slicing is one of the most talked about terms associated with 5G networks, but what exactly does it mean? It promises to facilitate the rapid creation of hundreds of virtual "discrete" networks, optimised for the various specific requirements of industry customers (such as security, latency, capacity, speed, QoS etc). Will it really lead to new business opportunities with vertical sector customers? How will it be implemented, will it be standardised or open, and what do vendors and operators need to know?
The panel lays out the concept of E2E network slicing and its likely implementation within 5G networks.
- Andrew Coward, CEO, Lumina Networks
- Ray Mota PhD, CEO & Principal Analyst, ACG Research
- David Orloff, Director Member of Technical Staff, RAN Product Introduction, Wireless Network Architecture & Design, AT&T Services, Inc.
Filmed at: Mobile World Congress, 2018, Barcelona, Spain