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Design Concept of ZTE Virtualized IMS Core Solution 

ZTE Virtualized IMS Core adopts the network functions virtualization (NFV) technology based on the ETSI reference architecture, and is highly reliable, easy-to-manage, and easy-to-integrate. It adopts the open-source technology, decouples hardware and software, and provides carrier-class protection. Based on the ZTE Common Core architecture, ZTE Virtualized IMS Core provides subscriber with rich multimedia services. 

Highlights of ZTE Virtualized IMS Core Solution

ZTE Virtualized IMS Core solution, based on the NFV architecture, can be deployed on the general COTS hardware and supports seamless roaming among 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, and WiFi networks, as well as fixed-mobile convergence (FMC). 

ZTE Virtualized IMS Core adopts low coupling and stateless layered design, higher operation efficiency. 

ZTE Virtualized IMS Core separates public modules from service logics and make them general components, more agile networks.

ZTE Virtualized IMS Core separates the service control plane from the user plane, more flexible deployment. 

ZTE Virtualized IMS Core introduces micro-services, network slicing, DevOps, and other innovative technologies and ideas, facilitating smooth evolution to the Cloud Native network.

 

ZTE Virtualized IMS Core Solution Portfolio

ZTE's virtualized IMS Core portfolio has already been cloudified and can be deployed together with the legacy IMS Core network to ensure smooth network upgrade. By miniaturizing and deploying Virtualized IMS Core on the public cloud , carriers can fast verify and construct a cloud-based IMS Core network at a low cost.

 

Solutions Advantages

Advanced architecture
Decouples hardware and software
Service and data separation
Excellent interoperability
Better experience
Extensive access
Enriched services
Capability exposure
Easy O&M
One-click deployment
Automatic O&M
Elastic scaling

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