Markets are increasingly being redefined towards convergence, accelerated by the rapid take-up of mobile broadband, cloud and video services.
Ericsson is leading the evolution toward 4th Generation IP networks, which will help enable the Networked Society and a world of more than 50 billion connected devices by 2020. By being smart, simple and scalable, as well as by offering superior performance, these networks will meet future demands related to mobile broadband, video traffic and the cloud.
4th Generation IP networks embrace the transformation of telecom networks towards Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Cloud and Software-Defined Networking (SDN) technologies that enable new business propositions for operators.
4th Generation IP networks will also enable operators to monetize broadband by differentiating services to consumer and enterprise customers. Rising traffic volumes will be managed by new packet-based backhaul and transport solutions.
Put simply: 4thGeneration IP networks will help operators to meet their future needs
The shift to software-defined networking (SDN) architecture for transport networks has given a new lease on life to the IP-over-optical solution that has been around for nearly two decades. Converging the IP and optical network layers to centralize network control is an excellent way to increase service velocity and lower total cost of ownership (TCO) for network operators.
The evolution toward Network Functions Virtualization and the distributed cloud brings new challenges for wide area networks (WANs). By deploying software-defined networking-based Traffic Engineering with a centralized control plane, operators can improve elasticity while maximizing resource utilization in the WAN that connects the distributed cloud.
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is commonly described as a network architecture concept that uses IT virtualization technologies to virtualize entire classes of network node functions. The introduction of SDN adds even more potential to NFV, as traffic no longer needs to be steered based on IP addresses alone.
Microwave will continue to be a major mobile backhaul medium, connecting around 50 percent of all radio sites in 2019. This report gives Ericsson's view of important aspects of microwave in backhaul networks including capacity needs and capabilities, spectrum, total cost of ownership, packet functionalities and service defined networks and how this will evolve towards 2020.
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