Network Slicing Games: Enabling Customization in Multi-Tenant Mobile Networks

  title={Network Slicing Games: Enabling Customization in Multi-Tenant Mobile Networks},
  author={Pablo Caballero Garces and Albert Banchs and Gustavo de Veciana and Xavier P{\'e}rez Costa},
Network slicing to enable resource sharing among multiple tenants –network operators and/or services– is considered a key functionality for next generation mobile networks. This paper provides an analysis of a well-known model for resource sharing, the ‘share-constrained proportional allocation’ mechanism, to realize network slicing. This mechanism enables tenants to reap the performance benefits of sharing, while retaining the ability to customize their own users’ allocation. This results in a… CONTINUE READING


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