Join us November 13-15, 2018 in

Berlin, Germany

CityCube

Event Details


RAN on OTC - Using the Telekom OpenStack platform for Radio Access Network virtualization

A future mobile network architecture requires flexibility, adaptability and programmability to deliver services of expected quality. Radio Access Network (RAN) is a technology that connects individual devices to other parts of a network via radio links. The presentation shows how we virtualized RAN software components using container technology from a decentralized hardware based platform into the Open Telekom Cloud. Thus, a flexible, resilient and scalable ecosystem has been created to perform further research on topics including network traffic performance. The demo session will show the concept and how to use the application in the OpenStack environment.


What can I expect to learn?

The participants learn which possibilities there are to virtualize radio access network software components, using container technologies and how these can be operated flexibly and scalably with an open stack ecosystem. It also shows which influences affect performance.

Wednesday, November 14, 3:50pm-4:00pm
Difficulty Level: Advanced
Hochschule für Telekommunikation Leipzig, Professor
since 2015 : Professor at Hochschule für Telekommunikation Leipzig; research focus on software defined radio and virtualization concept for radio access networks 2010 - 2015 : Senior researcher at Panasonic R&D Center Germany; Concept development and standardization for the air interface of cellular mobile radio networks; 3GPP delegate 2008 - 2010 : Research scientist at NEC... FULL PROFILE
Deutsche Telekom AG, Professor
Diploma and PhD in Computer Science, especially Compilers and Software-Engineering. Worked for the SafeTSA project at University of California, Irvine and Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena. Since 2005 got stronger involved in IT-Architecture and IT-Strategy. Teamleader of the CIO-Group of FSU Jena and responsible for organizational changes in operative IT (ITSM). Added experiences in... FULL PROFILE
T-Systems International GmbH
I am currently part of the public cloud engineering team at T-Systems International, at the moment I am focused on technical development, quality assurance and science on the cloud.   Before I am joining the Open Telekom Cloud team in 2017 I was working as a virtualization engineer for Deutsche Telekom Technik.   FULL PROFILE