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Fenghe and China Mobile promote network nfv application

Fenghe joined China Mobile opnfv testing laboratory as a founding partner

China Mobile's overall aluminum powder market structure is more optimized. It has cooperated with Fenghe to develop virtualized small cell gateway and virtualized c-ran solutions

the nfv solution jointly developed by the two sides will be displayed at the China Mobile booth at the 2015 global mobile communication conference (Hall 3, stand 3a10)

Fenghe company, the world's leading software provider of intelligent internet systems, and China Mobile jointly developed a number of nfv engineering projects, including the new nfv test laboratory and the joint development of virtualized small cell gateway and c-ran solutions. Both sides are committed to supporting the entire telecommunications industry to promote nfv deployment, shorten the time to market and reduce operating costs

China Mobile has established a new testing laboratory based on the opnfv open source project, focusing on accelerating the deployment of nfv through an integrated open platform. As the only laboratory in Asia, this opnfv laboratory is equipped with a real network access environment, providing a rich and diverse software and hardware infrastructure for testing and integration based on open standards. It has a complete environment and plans to test and evaluate the commercial nfv platform, which enables the laboratory to provide numerous participation opportunities for a wide range of partners in the entire ecosystem. Fenghe company is one of the founding partners of the laboratory

the virtualized small cell gateway technology jointly developed by both parties shows that through nfv technology, data bin devices with deployment prospects can be realized, and the customizability of meta functions and performance can be improved on the premise of reducing operating costs. With the exponential growth of data traffic, virtualized small cell gateway is becoming an increasingly attractive way to expand network capacity

ASTRI small cell gateway of Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute is a typical example. As a virtual network function (vnf) on Wind River titanium server, it runs on Intel Architecture, provides signaling offload and mobile data management functions for mobile core networks, and has been pre verified and optimized with titanium server. Titanium server is an operator level nfv infrastructure, and its design goal is to meet the stringent requirements of the telecommunications industry that it will never be disconnected

Yang Zhiqiang, vice president of China Mobile Research Institute, pointed out that the telecommunications industry is introducing nfv technology to minimize operating costs while rapidly deploying new services. However, this cannot be at the expense of performance and system reliability. The requirements of the operator level high reliability Huaze cobalt nickel proposed new material project must be met. Our cooperation with Fenghe in the project of virtualizing small cell gateway is an attempt in this regard

Charlie Ashton, senior director of network solutions of Fenghe company, said that data traffic is constantly breaking through the network limit, and operators are actively seeking to deploy nfv technology. The complexity of nfv technology comes from many aspects. To make substantial progress, we must cooperate with industry leaders such as China Mobile. Wind River titanium server provides operator level virtualization technology for nfv infrastructure on a proven foundation, enabling service providers to gain new flexibility, scalability, and benefits in operating costs and energy consumption

the c-ran solution jointly developed by China Mobile and Fenghe for nfv deployment provides a practical template for successful c-ran, has the performance of a pure hardware system, can realize the thermal migration from L1 to L3, and meets the requirements of ETSI nfv industry standards group. This solution will also be exhibited at the global mobile communication conference. The core of this solution is still the Wind River titanium server technology, which runs in Intel Architecture servers with dedicated hardware accelerators. This virtual base station nfv application instance can reliably provide low latency and high-performance data processing capabilities in a near real-time environment, and it runs in a multi application virtualization environment

Dr. Yi Zhiling, chief scientist of China Mobile Research Institute, pointed out that an important challenge encountered in the process of using nfv to virtualize c-ran is to reliably process high-performance data with near real-time performance, and must run in a multi application virtualization environment. Through cooperation with Fenghe, we have successfully developed the industry's first dynamic carrier migration prototype that supports the high real-time requirements of the LTE complete protocol stack. This achievement makes us very excited and full of expectations for future cooperation with Fenghe

virtualized small cell gateway and c-ran will be displayed at the 2015 global mobile Conference China Mobile booth (Hall 3, stand 3a10). In addition, more nfv technologies will also be displayed at the exhibition booth of Fenghe company (Hall 7, stand 7j65)

about Wind River

Wind River is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intel and a leading software provider of intelligent interconnection systems in the world. Since 1981, Fenghe company has been the pioneer of computing technology in embedded devices, such as cutter, dryer, printing device and so on. In today's world, more than 1billion products have applied the technical achievements of Fenghe company. Relying on world-class global professional services and technical support, as well as a wide range of partner ecosystems, Fenghe company provides the industry's most comprehensive portfolio of embedded software products. The technology and expertise provided by Fenghe can achieve safety and stability, but we mainly talk about how to calibrate and detect the innovation and deployment of intelligent systems

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