5G End-to-End Architecture Framework

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5G End-to-End Architecture Framework

Postby 5gmimo » 04 Jun 2017, 11:05

Abstract: Short introduction and purpose of document
This document delineates the requirements in terms of entities and functions that characterize the capabilities of an e2e (end-to-end) framework. Architectural perspectives and considerations associated with the service categories - eMBB, mIoT, URLLC - envisioned for 5G (Fifth Generation) underscore the delineation of the e2e framework requirements. These requirements are intended as guidance in the development of inter-operable and market enabling specifications for a 5G ecosystem,
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Re: 5G End-to-End Architecture Framework

Postby faisalry » 07 Jun 2017, 22:29

5gmimo wrote:Abstract: Short introduction and purpose of document
This document delineates the requirements in terms of entities and functions that characterize the capabilities of an e2e (end-to-end) framework. Architectural perspectives and considerations associated with the service categories - eMBB, mIoT, URLLC - envisioned for 5G (Fifth Generation) underscore the delineation of the e2e framework requirements. These requirements are intended as guidance in the development of inter-operable and market enabling specifications for a 5G ecosystem,



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Re: 5G End-to-End Architecture Framework

Postby 5gmimo » 14 Jun 2017, 09:08

faisalry wrote:
5gmimo wrote:Abstract: Short introduction and purpose of document
This document delineates the requirements in terms of entities and functions that characterize the capabilities of an e2e (end-to-end) framework. Architectural perspectives and considerations associated with the service categories - eMBB, mIoT, URLLC - envisioned for 5G (Fifth Generation) underscore the delineation of the e2e framework requirements. These requirements are intended as guidance in the development of inter-operable and market enabling specifications for a 5G ecosystem,



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