NGMN-GTI joint release of “Definition of the Testing Framework for 5G Device Network Slicing Pre-commercial Trials” provides a solid foundation for high-quality personalized service for 5G users
Recently, the first deliverable of NGMN-GTI joint project "Network Slicing for Operating Systems of 5G Smart Phones Phase 2" was officially released, which has received the positive contributions from 7 international mainstream vendors, including Qualcomm, MediaTek, Ericsson, ZTE, Unisoc, Anritsu, etc and 10 international mainstream operators, including China Mobile, Deutsche Telekom, Hong Kong Telecom, SK Telecom, Turkcell, Bell Canada, NTT DoCoMo, Orange, Smart/PLDT and TIM, and also the great supports from all the NGMN and GTI members. After more than 6 months’ effort, the "Definition of the Testing Framework for 5G Device Network Slicing Pre-commercial Trials" has been completed and jointly released by NGMN and GTI.
GTI and NGNM have been committed to promoting the international development and application of 5G network slicing device. The released testing framework combines the 5G network slicing device technology with industry needs, which not only plays an active role in promoting the maturity of 5G network slicing devices, but also provides a solid foundation for high quality personalized services for 5G users.
About NGMN Alliance (www.ngmn.org)
The NGMN Alliance is a forum founded by world-leading Mobile Network Operators, including China Mobile, Vodafone, Orange, NTT DoCoMo, etc and opens to all partners in the mobile industry. Its goal is to ensure that next generation network infrastructure, service platforms and devices will meet the requirements of operators and, ultimately, will satisfy end user demand and expectations.
The vision of the NGMN Alliance is to provide impactful industry guidance to achieve innovative, sustainable and affordable mobile telecommunication services for the end user with a particular focus on Mastering the Route to Disaggregation / Operating Disaggregated Networks, Green Future Networks and 6G, whilst continuing to support 5G’s full implementation.
NGMN seeks to incorporate the views of all interested stakeholders in the telecommunications industry.
About GTI (https://www.gtigroup.org/)
GTI is an international platform of industry cooperation. It was founded in 2011 by China Mobile, Bharti Airtel, SoftBank, Vodafone and Sprint (Now T-Mobile US). In 2016, GTI 2.0 was launched to further promote 4G evolution, 5G development and cross-industry innovation. GTI now has 141 operator members and 251 industrial partner members.