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Network slices with cloud native applications and a very high degree of automation and resource orchestration, are key capabilities for the 5G service delivery.

5G enables a wide range of new services - from support of massive media distribution to remote operation of machines and smart metering. This will result in very diverse requirements on the network. Characteristics such as latency, resilience, availability, performance, throughput, and security will look very different depending on the type of service.

Our 5G core network is designed with the concept of network slicing. The network is logically separated for different purposes, with each slice providing customized connectivity and features. This allows for the network to simultaneously meet many different requirements.

Cloud native network applications are developed specifically for deployment in distributed cloud environments, while delivering 5G service characteristics.

We are describing our view on cloud native network applications and important related business and technology topics such as design principles, 5G cloud data layer and cloud automation in a series of articles:

  • New business opportunities with 5G and cloud
  • The business values of 5G cloud native network applications
  • 5G cloud data layer
  • Design principles for developing cloud native network applications
  • Zero-touch networks with the 5G cloud native network applications

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Supercharging the Evolved Packet Gateway

Ericsson Evolved Packet Gateway offers the best performance available on the market today, in both physical and virtual forms, at least doubling the ‘real-world’ performance of any other packet gateway available today.

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New business opportunities with 5G and cloud

Network slices with cloud native applications, using cloud native design principles, advanced automation and resource orchestration, are key capabilities for the 5G service delivery. Cloud native network applications are developed for deployment in distributed cloud environments.

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The business values of 5G cloud native network applications

With the use of cloud native network applications, the service provider and their customers benefit from both a faster time to market for new services and a more efficient set of operations. More on business values here.

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5G Cloud Data layer

The decoupling and statelessness of the business logic in Ericsson network applications allows for a smooth transition into a cloud native setting. Find out more about Ericsson’s multi-tiered 5G cloud data layer here.

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Design principles for cloud native network applications

Ericsson has six main design principles for cloud native network applications. These principles are used in the development of all current and future applications. Get the full picture here.

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Zero Touch Networks with cloud native Network Applications

Ericsson’s cloud-optimized network applications, based on cloud native principles, support automated deployment and operation in a distributed cloud environment. Learn about Zero Touch networks here.

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Cloud native network applications will have both business and technical implications. Learn more about how to get it right from our article series.

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