Demonstration of Latency-Aware 5G Network Slicing over Edge Computing Enabled Optical Metro Network
Posted on 24.11.2021 - 16:18
The H2020 METRO-HAUL European project has architected a latency-aware, cost-effective, agile, and programmable optical metro network. This includes the design of semi-disaggregated metro nodes with compute and storage capabilities, which interface effectively with both 5G access and multi-Tbit/s elastic optical networks in the core. In this paper, we report the automated deployment of 5G services, in particular, a public safety video surveillance use case employing low-latency object detection and tracking using on-camera and on-the-edge analytics. The demonstration features flexible deployment of network slice instances, implemented in terms of ETSI NFV Network Services. We summarize the key findings in a detailed analysis of end-to-end quality of service, service setup time, and soft-failure detection time. The results show that the end-to-end delay over an 80 km link is under 800 μs and the service deployment time under 180 seconds.
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Shariati, Behnam; Velasco, Luis; Pedreno-Manresa, Jose-Juan; Dochhan, Annika; Casellas, Ramon; Muqaddas, Abubakar Siddique; et al. (2021): Demonstration of Latency-Aware 5G Network Slicing over Edge Computing Enabled Optical Metro Network. Optica Publishing Group. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.5529801.v1
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Abubakar Siddique Muqaddas
Oscar Gonzalez de dios
Jorge E. López de Vergara Méndez