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EPC Innovation Overcomes Network Virtualization Challenges

EPC Innovation Overcomes Network Virtualization Challenges

This paper introduces NEC’s virtualized Evolved Packet Core (EPC) innovation that runs on an Intel® architecture server platform. NEC, who has been in the mobile core network business with ATCA hardware equipment for around ten years, is now providing carrier-grade, mobile network equipment that will work on the common Intel® architecture server platform. Virtualized EPC is the first commercial offering of this effort.

Over the past few years, Intel has been promoting a 4:1 workload consolidation strategy that enables multiple workloads (applications, control plane, data plane, and signal processing) to simultaneously run on a single platform. The introduction of NEC’s virtualized EPC solution on Intel® architecture demonstrates a leap forward in this direction.

EPC has been traditionally deployed in various platforms using dedicated hardware for specific workloads within the core network. Advances in Intel® microarchitecture, software, and networking solutions have made the consolidation of these specific workloads onto a common Intel® architecture server platform possible.

Read the full EPC Innovation Overcomes Network Virtualization Challenges White Paper.

EPC Innovation Overcomes Network Virtualization Challenges

This paper introduces NEC’s virtualized Evolved Packet Core (EPC) innovation that runs on an Intel® architecture server platform. NEC, who has been in the mobile core network business with ATCA hardware equipment for around ten years, is now providing carrier-grade, mobile network equipment that will work on the common Intel® architecture server platform. Virtualized EPC is the first commercial offering of this effort.

Over the past few years, Intel has been promoting a 4:1 workload consolidation strategy that enables multiple workloads (applications, control plane, data plane, and signal processing) to simultaneously run on a single platform. The introduction of NEC’s virtualized EPC solution on Intel® architecture demonstrates a leap forward in this direction.

EPC has been traditionally deployed in various platforms using dedicated hardware for specific workloads within the core network. Advances in Intel® microarchitecture, software, and networking solutions have made the consolidation of these specific workloads onto a common Intel® architecture server platform possible.

Read the full EPC Innovation Overcomes Network Virtualization Challenges White Paper.

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