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5G MoNArch: Nokia and Telekom test 5G mobile radio in practice

Sunday, August 27th, 2017 | Gadgets

Nokia has officially launched the 5G MoNArch (5G Mobile Network Architecture) research project this week. This was announced by the Finnish network equipment supplier. The aim is "to test the network architecture of the fifth mobile generation in practice". 5G MoNArch is part of the 5G PPP in the Horizon 2020 Framework Program of the European Union.

In the project consortium coordinated by Nokia, the network operators Deutsche Telekom and Telecom Italia as well as the equipment supplier Huawei Germany and the user Hamburg Port Authority are active. In addition, manufacturers such as Samsung Electronics with its subsidiary in the UK and the Spanish landmark of the French IT service provider Atos. The Universitat Cárlos III de Madrid, the Technical University Kaiserslautern, the Center for Research & Technology Hellas and the Information Technologies Institute (CERTH / ITI) are involved in science and research.
The first application is a high communication volume in an unspecified tourist metropolis, the second the safe and reliable communication in a port, apparently in Hamburg.
5G MoNArch uses Network Slicing to test different applications. In Network Slicing, a network is logically divided so that different services are supported by a separate logical network. It uses cloud-capable network protocols.
The main objectives are an expansion of the 5G architecture through the use of architecture concepts such as inter-slice control and cross-domain management.
The project has a term of two years and is endowed with a budget of 7.7 million euros.

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