5G PPP architecture white paper Revision 3.0 released


By Jonathan Nally
Friday, 19 July, 2019


5G PPP architecture white paper Revision 3.0 released

The 5G Architecture Working Group, as part of the 5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership (5G PPP) initiative, has released Revision 3.0 of its white paper for consultation and comment.

The Working Group’s aim is to capture novel trends and key technological enablers for the realisation of 5G architecture.

It also aims to present “in a harmonised way the architectural concepts developed in various projects and initiatives (not limited to 5G PPP projects only) so as to provide a consolidated view on the technical directions for the architecture design in the 5G era”, according to the 5G PPP.

The white paper was first released in July 2016, capturing concepts from 5G PPP Phase I projects and initiatives. Revision 2.0 of the white paper was released in January 2018, presenting findings and analyses of 5G PPP Phase I projects and evaluations of those concepts.

Phase II and Phase III projects have continued with a special focus on understanding the needs of the vertical industries involved, and then driving the enhancements of those aspects of the 5G architecture able to meet those requirements.

The Revision 3.0 white paper is said to present the consolidated European view on the architecture design.

The paper can be downloaded here. Comments can be submitted until the end of July by emailing 5G-Architecture-Contributions@5g-ppp.eu.

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