Faster 5G-IoT and their interworking. IP solution for 5G-IoT. Author: Ehsan Ghasemi. April 2018. The Objective of This Study. The certain discrepancy in ...
1.Faster 5G-IoT and their interworking IP solution for 5G-IoT Author: Ehsan Ghasemi April 2018
2.The Objective of This Study The certain discrepancy in convergent technologies gives rise to the diversity of pros and cons not only in the deployment cost but also in the solution development. 5G comes for making our connections faster and safer. Therefore , the combination of quickness, security, low-cost deployment and new technology attractiveness rings the belt that the new businesses could be facilitated by the advent of 5G. The objective of this research is that IoT ,nowadays, has become more and more controversial and argumentative even when it is recently standardized. The thought strikes me that 5G might sit next to IoT and make a resounding success to broaden IoT horizons to its future by making it more faster, safer and reliable. In this article we will review what 5G architecture and IoT infrastructure are. Then, appreciate the 5G-IoT significance and its vital roles to change the business environment. In the end, I would express my solutions to make this technology faster.
3.New business model New use cases 1.5 Connections by 2022 400 million Connections Source: Ericsson and Analysis Mason 2016 $200 billion in revenue by 2025 2016 $12 billion in revenue Cellular Iot market outlook
4.ITS FACTORY AUTOMATION REMOTE OPERATION 5G Enables New IoT Use Cases LOW COST, LOW ENERGY SMALL DATA VOLUMES MASSIVE NUMBERS ULTRA RELIABLE VERY LOW LATENCY VERY HIGH AVAILABILITY Critical IoT Massive IoT SMART GRID SMART AGRICULTURE SMART METER SMART LOGISTICS TRACKING SMART CITIES REMOTE SURGERY CONNECTED CAR Home Enterprise VR/AR Enhanced MBB More capacity, low latency 3D camera/4K screen E-HEALTH
5.5G core network slicing intro duction Core Network instance #0 RAN Device #1 (Shared resources) Virtual Device #1 Virtual Device #2 CIoT Device Device Core Network instance #1A Core Network instance #1 UPF Core Network instance #1B Device #0 AUSF/UDM PCF SMF AMF PCF Device Device UPF UPF SMF SMF PCF AAA NG- RAN AUSF/UDM AMF
6.5G packet core functional overview MME EPG-C EPG-U HSS SAPC CUDB EDA 4G/LTE RAN Services & Internet 5G/NR RAN Support for 5G/NR access control QoS data rates control 5G/NR usage reporting Dual-Connectivity LTE/NR LTE/NR NW Slicing Support for 5G user data rates 5G subscriber profiles Support for 5G user data rates DPI and Traffic Filtering Support for 5G User and Policy Profile provisioning in CUDB and SAPC NW Slicing Profile provisioning in Slicing Routing DB Support for QoS data rates control 5G/NR usage reporting CUPS Distribution & Control UP Traffic Rules Support for 5G user data rates ( gNB ) 5G/NR usage reporting ( eNB ) 5G/NR access control ( eNB ) UP path control (1/3/3a/3x) ( gNB ) Dual-Connectivity LTE/NR Slicing Routing DB Support for NW Slicing of Subscriptions Automated Provisioning Support for Policy Control on LTE/NR access QoS data rates control LTE/NR mobility based policy
7.5G and IoT Enabling new business opportunity beyond Smartphones The INTERNET OF THINGS connectivity
8.IoT types in 5G C ommon EPC/MBB 2G, 3G, 4G Massive IoT slice Enterprise slice CUPS CUPS
9.Cellular IoT technology evolution COVERAGE & CONNECTIONS PERFORMANCE & COST M2M (2G/3G/4G) 4G Evolution and 5G (High reliability & Low latency) Critical IoT NB-IoT, Cat-M1, EC-GSM IoT (Low cost, Long battery and Extended coverage) Massive IoT
10.Cellular is THE foundation 5G for the internet of things GLOBAL STANDARD AND REACH SECURITY SCALABILITY AND RELIABILITY QUALITY OF SERVICE TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP Cellular facilitates IoT
11.Cellular IoT Use case evolution with supporting technology Multi-standard network Cat-M1/NB-IoT Cloud optimized network functions VNF orchestration Gigabit LTE (TDD, FDD, LAA) Massive MIMO Network Slicing Dynamic service orchestration Predictive analytics 5G NR Virtualized RAN Federated network slicing Distributed Cloud Real time machine learning/AI On demand information Autonomous control Technologies On the road to 5G 5G experience Current Connected doctors and patients Remote operations Process automation Cloud robotics and remote control Metering and smart grid Machine intelligence and real-time control Manufacturing Healthcare Energy & Utilities Automotive AI Real-time information vehicle to vehicle Monitoring and medication e-care Flow management and remote supervision Resource management and automation
12.Creating 5G future right now Critical IoT Massive IoT LTE Evolution Cat-M1& NB-IoT PSM & eDRX Extended Coverage Voice over Cat-M1 Enhancement in mobility, positioning, capacity, etc. Gigabit LTE Massive MIMO C-RAN Enhancement for Low latency, reliability, etc. On the road to 5G with Cellular IoT
13.IoT execution challenges Device battery life-time Device life-cycle in a harsh situations Device limitation to cooperate with the new technology without swapping Radio frequency security Device platform: Application platform: Core network platform: Limitation for centralizing different type of information to manage a whole service just like a house Applications are automated but not intelligent Always connected services Dynamic-service-oriented traffic detection. Speed leakage for Critical-IoT
14.IP solution for making 5G NFV faster Adding vMME and vSGW in each radio sites for deducting TTL and transmission utilization Using layer 2 routing technologies for routing user-plane traffic to PGW IP v6 header customization for Massive IoT routing Using Do-NAS for sending control and user plane traffic on the same link Adding 2 features to GTP for Li comfortability IP addressing for the same destinations