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Software-defined networking provides the basis for 5G network slicing in the transport domain

29 March 2021 | Research

Anil Rao

Article | PDF (2 pages) | Network Automation and Orchestration


"The SDTN controller can be used to automatically instantiate tens or hundreds of slice instances using a limited set of slice types."

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5G network slicing empowers communications service providers (CSPs) to offer a new suite of differentiated services featuring on-demand, customer-controlled self-service options. A network slice is an end-to-end, logically separate network partition with unique performance and latency characteristics that serves a particular use case or enterprise. To deliver true network slicing, CSPs must use cross-domain network slice orchestration architecture that stitches together domain-level slices to form an end-to-end slice that spans the RAN, edge, transport and core network domains.

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