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The main drivers for the mobile core network evolution is to serve the future challenges and set the way to 5G networks with need for high capacity and low latency. Different technologies such as Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) are being considered to address the future needs of 5G networks. However, future(More)
5G constitutes the next revolution in mobile communications. It is expected to deliver ultra-fast, ultra-reliable network access supporting a massive increase of data traf c and connected nodes. Different technologies are emerging to address the requirements of future mobile networks, such as Software De ned Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization(More)
The evolution of mobile telecommunication networks is accompanied by new demands for the performance, portability, elasticity, and energy efficiency of network functions. Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Software Defined Networking (SDN), and cloud service technologies are claimed to be able to provide most of the capabilities. However, great leap(More)
Traffic volumes in mobile networks are rising and end-user needs are rapidly changing. Mobile network operators need more flexibility, lower network operating costs, faster service roll-out cycles and new revenue sources. 5G (5th Generation) and future networks aim to deliver ultra-fast and ultra-reliable network access capable of supporting the anticipated(More)
Software Defined Network (SDN) is an advanced approach to designing dynamic, manageable, cost-effective, and adaptable network architectures. SDN will play a key role as an enabler for 5G and future networks. Transferring network monitoring functions to a software entity working in conjunction with configurable hardware accelerators through a scheme called(More)
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