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BELLEVUE, Wash., Nov. 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 5G wireless technologies are expected to enable revolutionary new consumer and enterprise applications through massive data transfers at ultra low latencies. In order to do so, networks require a higher level of data management. 5G Americas today announced the publication of a white paper titled, Management, Orchestration & Automation that details significant MANO challenges and proposed solutions for developing and operating a fully featured 5G network.
Chris Pearson, President, 5G Americas said, “Incredible amounts of data will be made available by new capabilities in 5G, coupled with new technology enablers such as Edge and Cloud computing that will require the ability of network operators to analyze, manage and orchestrate, as they deploy network resources to provide new services and applications efficiently.”
Over the past few years, the telecommunications industry has undergone a rapid digital transformation that has introduced cloud-native concepts, including division of control and user plane, Software-Defined Networking (SDN), virtualization of applications and networks and now automation. However ultra low-latency 5G, aided by smart databases, analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) systems, is opening up new opportunities in streamlining time and labor-intensive tasks across networks.
To demonstrate the capabilities of applied MANO, the 5G Americas Management, Orchestration & Automation white paper provides:
Indeed, according to a 2018 report by TM Forum, up to 72 percent of 5G revenue growth is dependent on transformation of operational and business support systems (OSS/BSS). The business benefits of 5G are reliant on the development of better, automated, and integrated management and operational capabilities.
Ehud Riesenberg, Director of Product Management at Cisco, co-leader of the project stated, “AI and machine learning can revolutionize the way service assurance is provided, significantly reducing turnaround time and streamlining business and operational processes. This is where well-structured management and orchestration (MANO) will become integral to the smooth functioning of 5G networks.”
The 5G Americas white paper also identifies the need to architect networks around real-time distributed service assurance, using network slicing technology to deliver ultra reliable low latency or enhanced mobile broadband capabilities to users, as identified in service level agreements.
Riza Hassan, Solutions Architect OSS Strategy & Planning at Sprint, co-leader of the project stated, “5G network technologies will produce a massive amount of actionable management data that will need to be collected, processed and acted upon to enable new 5G use cases. OSS capabilities will continue to evolve to meet these new requirements.”
About 5G Americas: The Voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas
5G Americas is an industry trade organization composed of leading telecommunications service providers and manufacturers. The organization's mission is to advocate for and foster the advancement and full capabilities of LTE wireless technologies and their evolution to 5G, throughout the ecosystem's networks, services, applications and wirelessly connected devices in the Americas. 5G Americas is invested in developing a connected wireless community while leading 5G development for all the Americas. 5G Americas is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. More information is available at www.5gamericas.org or Twitter @5GAmericas.
5G Americas' Board of Governors members include: AT&T, Cable & Wireless, Ciena, Cisco, CommScope, Ericsson, Intel, Kathrein, Mavenir, Nokia, Qualcomm Incorporated, Samsung, Shaw Communications Inc., Sprint, T-Mobile US, Inc., Telefónica and WOM.
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