Liaison Statement to 5G ACIA on request for exchange of information with NGMN project "Vertical URLLC Requirements".
NGMN LS Response Regarding 5G Device Certification
Liaison Statement to 5GAA on the publication of the NGMN V2X White Paper.
Publication of first version of framework from the "Precommercial Network Trials" work stream within the Trial and Testing Initiative.
This contribution discusses the need for ALL architecture option families to be included in the June 2018 Release 15 specifications and in particular that both the architecture Option 4 and Option 7 Families are within the scope and completed in Release 15 as has been previously stated.
5G Security – Package 3: Mobile Edge Computing / Low Latency / Consistent User Experience Updated version
NGMN informs the recipients of this liaison statement that the second version of the NGMN 5G Security – Package 3 has been published.
NGMN informs the recipients of this liaison statement that the second version of the NGMN 5G End-to-End Architecture Framework has been published.
Liaison Statement from project RAN Functional Split and X-haul to multiple organisations.
Liaison Statement from NGMN Project on "Service Based Architecture in 5G” to several industry organisations
27 October 2017
As network operators move towards 5G, the challenges associated with accessing and storing network data, especially from highly virtualized networks, are expected to increase significantly. The white paper ‘Architectural Proposal for the Handling of Network Operations Data with Specific Focus on Virtualized Networks’ proposes a technical solution how to capture and process network data such that many different use cases, both for virtualized and legacy scenarios, can be fulfilled. The purpose of this liaison paper is to draw vendors’ attention to a new technical direction which operators are keen to explore and develop further. In particular, the paper proposes an architectural solution which outlines operators’ desires to achieve improved access to network data in order to broaden analytics capabilities and overcome some of today’s functional limitations. The NGMN Network Management and Orchestration Working Group requests vendors and probe suppliers review the paper with a view to incorporating the proposed architecture and requirements into their future solutions.