The services foreseen in the 5G era fall into three typical scenarios: enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Ultra-Reliable and Low Latency Communications (URLLC), and massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC). 5G development goals need to meet eMBB, mMTC, uRLLC and other applications under the diversified business needs.
ZTE Common Core based on NFV/SDN technology and cloud native
architecture, and adopts service-based architecture，control plane and user plane separation，Meet the 3 Scenarios defined by the 5G(eMBB/uRLLC/mMTC) to achieve the 5G Ready.
Commercialization of 5G Core solution
ZTE will launch the commercial version of 5G Core
Solution for 2/3/4/5G/Fixed in the first quarter of 2019.This solution, based on the latest 3GPP R15 SBA, adopts technologies such as CUPS (Control and User Plane Separation), convergent architecture, distributed resource pool, and network slicing to quickly build an agile and efficient convergent 5G core
5G Core Network Cloudification
Cloudification is the foundation of 5G core network and the prerequisite for the evolution from 4G networks to 5G networks. ZTE’s Common Core is used to deploy the cloud EPC network based on the CUPS technology and service architecture, thereby greatly improving O&M efficiency and resource utilization and helping operators reduce CAPEX and OPEX as well. It moves the user plane to edge DCs to improve user perception and save transmission resources.
Leading 5G Core Company Commitment
As an indispensable leader in the 5G industry, ZTE is committed to building its 5G core
technology capabilities and actively making applications and practices. In the future, ZTE will keep ramping up its investment in R&D, promoting the commercialization of advanced technologies, and working with industry partners to create an open and win-win industrial ecosystem.