Intel announced that it is collaborating on the development of a new 5G network facility reference design that will allow communication service providers (CoSPs) to quickly deploy new services. Using pre-integrated commercial components from a wide range of partners, the Intel 5G Network Facility Reference Design is a blueprint that allows customers to rapidly deploy software-defined, cloud-enabled, agile 5G-ready networks to support virtual, augmented reality and a wide range of usage scenarios such as smart retail, industrial automation, internet of things, and cloud gaming.filling compound for optical fiber cable
Lin Yiyan, vice president of Intel Data Center Division and general manager of 5G network facilities department, said: “This virtualized cloud-ready reference design provides the communications industry with a path to 5G, allowing communication service providers to accelerate the deployment of new services. And quickly start the development of edge computing and services. Thanks to pre-integrated interoperable components and proven Intel technology, time to market will be shortened."
Utilizing open platforms and industry standards, this new reference design can accelerate the deployment of enterprise and consumer-grade services and maintain the good momentum of the industry's advancement. This reference design allows customers to centrally manage network resources through dynamic workload processing and unified cloud orchestration, providing them with a fast path to 5G.filling jelly for fiber optic cable
As the communications industry evolves towards 5G, Intel provides this reference design for integrators, original design manufacturers (ODMs), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMs), and independent software vendors (ISVs) supply chains. Enables it to develop a commercial solution for communication service providers that can be deployed on a scalable, flexible and open architecture. This pre-integrated solution includes:
Protocol stack for end-to-end virtualized radio access network (vRAN) based on Intel FlexRAN reference architecture
Wind River Titanium Cloud Software
Radisys 2-tier and 3-tier software
Mavenir virtual Evolved Packet Core (vEPC)
Amdocs Network Function Virtualization (NFV) products are based on the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP), which can be used to orchestrate the vNF of Intel FlexRAN in real time and provide end-to-end network visibility.filling compound for cable
The 5G World conference took place in London from June 12th to 14th. Intel demonstrated a demonstration based on this reference design, the 4K live video smart stadium.