[Webinar] 4G to 5G Transition Planning - Evolution and co-existence with legacy systems
Jun 13, 2019
The adoption of 5G is expected to be very gradual including years of co-existence with previous generation technologies. Thus, internetworking is a must have consideration for any operators who plan to introduce 5G networks or enterprises who look to leverage 5G services. Moreover, during the build out of 5G, interworking with existing systems is crucial to allow operators to offer seamless service delivery both within their own networks as well as for roaming.
In this FierceMarkets webinar sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel, Anders Askerup, Solution Architect from HPE, Sue Rudd of Strategy Analytics, and Terence Nally of Intel, will explore the options for 5G and 4G interworking.
Topics to be highlighted in this webinar include:
- 4G to 5G interworking and data management
- 5G - 4G session handover, single or dual registration
- Authentication flows
- Service interworking flows
- IMS Voice over LTE/NR and SMS
- Live Q&A
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At Strategy Analytics, Sue Rudd, Director Networks and Service Platforms, focuses on new opportunities for SDN/NFV, 5G, Network Slicing, Edge Services, Video Delivery Optimization and Telco Cloud as well as Service Assurance, SON for HetNets, Small Cells and Wi-Fi /Mobile Interoperability etc.
Anders is a Solution Architect in Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Communications and Media Solutions business. As a principal architect to the HPE 5G Core project, he is responsible for defining and building a service-based architecture of 5G Network Functions. Anders is HPE’s delegate to the 3rd Generation Partnership Project, Technical Specification Group Core Network and Terminals, Working Groups. He is an SBI, MAP and DIAMETER protocol expert and has written numerous contributions to the 3GPP stage 2 and stage 3 protocol and interface specifications.
Terence Nally is the Segment Lead for Wireless Core in Intel’s Network Platforms Group and has worked in the telecom industry for nearly 25 years. He started helping to deploy 2G networks and software fault finding live telecom exchanges in the mid-nineties. He moved into product management for MMS and prepaid phone services followed by roles in regional business development and silicon product management. After a brief period in the gaming and retail markets, he returned to lead the Wireless Core segment in Intel, and over the last decade in Intel he has driven initiatives like CRAN, vEPC, NFV and 5G in the Wireless Core.
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