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Advanced Timing & Synchronization Requirements for Mobile Edge Computing and Virtualized RAN

NOV
12
2020
12. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Session 9: 5G

12:45-13:10 h | Virtual

Networks are rapidly evolving as the industry transitions from 4G LTE to 5G. The first wave of 5G network deployments have been largely concentrated on enabling higher bandwidth mobile broadband connectivity, with operators deploying 5G Radio Access Networks (RAN) and higher capacity fiber infrastructure. The next wave in 5G network evolution will focus on deploying new technology that enables ultra-low latency (ULL) services in transportation, industrial automation, and telemedicine. This session will focus on the timing and synchronization requirements for this second phase of 5G network evolution, which includes the industry transition to Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) and virtualized, open-source radio access networks. IEEE 1588v2 and Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) have been successfully used to synchronize 5G radio access networks in both frequency and phase. New timing solutions based on IEEE 1588 and SyncE are required to virtualize the RAN and accelerate the deployment of data center resources at the metro edge.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: James Wilson (Silicon Labs)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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Networks are rapidly evolving as the industry transitions from 4G LTE to 5G. The first wave of 5G network deployments have been largely concentrated on enabling higher bandwidth mobile broadband connectivity, with operators deploying 5G Radio Access Networks (RAN) and higher capacity fiber infrastructure. The next wave in 5G network evolution will focus on deploying new technology that enables ultra-low latency (ULL) services in transportation, industrial automation, and telemedicine. This session will focus on the timing and synchronization requirements for this second phase of 5G network evolution, which includes the industry transition to Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) and virtualized, open-source radio access networks. IEEE 1588v2 and Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) have been successfully used to synchronize 5G radio access networks in both frequency and phase. New timing solutions based on IEEE 1588 and SyncE are required to virtualize the RAN and accelerate the deployment of data center resources at the metro edge.

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James Wilson

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James Wilson
James Wilson

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