Audio player loading… Ericsson, Oppo, and Qualcomm have successfully tested 5G enterprise network slicing on a commercially available smartphone, paving the way for the technology to be deployed more widely. Network slicing is viewed by operators as one of the biggest revenue opportunities of standalone 5G (5G SA) networks which use an entirely virtualised, cloud-based core network and effectively allows them to section of certain parts of the network for certain applications. Slices can be customised to guarantee a certain speed or latency, and to cover a particular location, enabling industrial, broadcast, healthcare, and public service use cases. For example, one network slice could carry video traffic at a stadium, while another slice is reserved for safety officials. Ericsson Oppo 5G slicing Although slicing is possible with LTE, the ultrafast speeds, greater capacity, and ultralow latency of 5G will support more advanced applications, while the software-defined and cloud-based core layer of the networks will enable the flexibility and automation required to provision and manage any number of slices. This particular trial was conducted at Oppo's 5G communications lab and successfully demonstrated application and network traffic partitioning using Ericsson's network kit and Oppo Find X5 Pro handset running Android 12 and… Read full this story
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