Samsung and KDDI completed SLA Assurance Network Slicing Field Trial on a Live 5G Standalone Network

Samsung and KDDI

In Service Level Agreements (SLA) assurance network slicing was successfully demonstrated in a field trial in Tokyo, Japan, by Samsung Electronics and KDDI. On a live commercial 5G Standalone (SA) network, the companies demonstrated their ability to generate multiple network slices. And with a RAN Intelligent Controller (RIC) for the first time in the industry. In this field trial, Samsung provided the RIC, a software-based Open RAN architecture component that enhances the network’s overall quality by optimizing the RAN’s radio resources.

Samsung Electronics and KDDI collaboration:

Within a single physical network infrastructure, multiple virtual networks can be created using network slicing, with each slice devoted to a particular application or service serving distinct functions. Within the same network, create low-latency slices for automated vehicles. IoT slices for intelligent factories, and high-bandwidth slices for live video streaming. As a result, a single network can simultaneously support a wide range of use cases, accelerating the delivery of new services and meeting the specific needs of various businesses and consumers.

Toshikazu Yokai, KDDI’s Managing Executive Officer stated, “Network slicing will help us activate a wide range of services that require high performance and low latency, benefitting both consumers and businesses.” We continue to deliver the most cutting-edge technologies to enhance customer experiences in collaboration with Samsung.

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KDDI and Samsung demonstrated their ability to generate multiple network slices that meet SLA requirements and guarantee specific performance parameters for each application. Samsung to demonstrate the technical viability of network slices based on multiple-user equipment (UE) and quality assurance.

Junehee Lee, Executive Vice President, Head of Global Sales & Marketing, Networks Business at Samsung Electronics, stated, “Network slicing will open up countless opportunities, by allowing KDDI to offer tailor-made, high-performance connectivity, along with new capabilities and services, to its customers.” “Network slicing will open up countless opportunities.”

For the implementation of 5G vRAN on KDDI’s commercial network, their provider needs an end-to-end demonstration of 5G network slicing in the laboratory. And the rollout of 5G networks on 700 MHz.

Samsung was the first company to successfully deliver chipsets, radios, and the core for 5G. Samsung’s market-leading product portfolio, includes virtualized RAN and Core. private network solutions. In addition, AI-powered automation tools, drive the industry to advance 5G networks via research and development.

Lastly, the company is currently supplying mobile operators with network solutions. It enables connectivity for hundreds of millions of users worldwide.

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