Next-generation softwarized wireless networks
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Fifth-generation (5G) systems are being designed not only to face the unprecedented growth of mobile data traffic forecasted for the coming years but also to support other multiple and diverse use cases associated with new market segments and vertical industries (e.g., connected cars, smart cities, e-health, and smart factories). Hence, 5G systems are envisioned to become flexible and versatile network infrastructures that can be leveraged through a wide range of service-delivery models (e.g., neutral network hosting, network as a service, and private networks) and operators can customize for different applications and customer needs using network slicing.
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CitationFerrús, R., Marojevic, V., Goratti, L. Next-generation softwarized wireless networks. "IEEE Vehicular technology magazine: connecting the Mobile world", 19 Novembre 2018, vol. 13, núm. 4, p. 78.
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