Open-source RANs in practice: an over-the-air deployment for 5G MEC

@article{Haavisto2019OpensourceRI,
  title={Open-source RANs in practice: an over-the-air deployment for 5G MEC},
  author={Juuso Haavisto and Muhammad Arif and Lauri Lov{\'e}n and Teemu Lepp{\"a}nen and Jukka Riekki},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1905.03883}
}
Edge computing that leverages cloud resources to the proximity of user devices is seen as the future infrastructure for distributed applications. However, developing and deploying edge applications, that rely on cellular networks, is burdensome. Such network infrastructures are often based on proprietary components, each with unique programming abstractions and interfaces. To facilitate straightforward deployment of edge applications, we introduce open-source software (OSS) based radio access… CONTINUE READING

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