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May 2019 | By Jihoon Lee @ NextEPC
Core Network Migration Paths to 5G
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Core Network Migration Paths to 5G

 

As Evolved Packet Core (EPC) played a key role in 4G LTE, 5GC is the new 5G core network (5GC) defined by 3GPP. Unlike previous generations, 5G deployment can use either the existing EPC or the 5GC. In addition, 5G introduced either in StandAlone mode (SA) using 5GC or in Non-StandAlone mode (NSA) with EPC/5GC, which adds complexity to find the best migration path to 5G.

 

 

Jihoon Lee

Founder of NextEPC 

 

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