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Nokia debuts open and programmable network slicing system

Wednesday 10 October 2018 | 20:51 CET | News
Nokia has introduced an open and programmable fixed access network slicing system that will let service providers create a virtual slice that operates like a physical network. They can then run a dedicated controller for a view of their slice of the network. The system can scale up to a virtually unlimited number of discrete network slices. These can be operated independently to, for example, run 5G mobile transport, wholesale or business services.

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Companies: Nokia
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