Title: IP Anyhaul for 5G - where do we go from here?

Time: On demand

Duration: 1 hour

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Operators have been busy upgrading their transport networks for 5G by upgrading to higher-capacity routers with 10, 25, and up to 100 Gb/s port speeds. This is fine for eMBB applications, but what about URLLC and mMTC? What are the changes needed to deliver new services (and new revenues) based on these capabilities? In this webinar we will:

Topics Covered
  • Take a few high-runner applications and discuss different architectures needed to meet their requirements.

  • Look at how slicing works and what is required to implement it.

  • Look at how to secure these applications as well as virtual network functions in the cloud, data traffic over unsecure links and the network elements themselves.

  • Summarize the key elements needed in IP anyhaul networks to support the new requirements of URLLC and mMTC applications.

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Ellen Warren
Product Marketing Manager

Ellen looks after marketing for IP Anyhaul as well as access and aggregation routers at Nokia. She has a B.Comm in marketing and an MSc in computing. She has worked in telecom most of her career with stints at Nortel and JDSU. She has worked in product management and product marketing roles with ISDN, packet data, satellite data services, and fiber optic technologies.

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