Ubicquia Launches First Streetlight Small Cell To Accelerate CBRS Deployments

October 17, 2019, Los Angeles – Ubicquia®, the global leader in simply smart, simply connected network and IoT platforms for smart cities, today announced that its UbimetroTM suite of small cell products will now offer Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) capabilities. Ubimetro’s unique patent pending design make them virtually undetectable from the street, helping operators,

Cirrus Core Networks Announces Launch of Innovative Carrier Breakout Optimization Hub

Boca Raton, FL – October 25, 2018 – Cirrus Core Networks Inc. (CCN), a leading provider of managed NFV core network services and solutions to global communications service providers, today announced that they are launching their Carrier Breakout Optimization Hub (CBO Hub) with an European Operator. CCN’s CBO Hub optimizes traffic regionally through locally distributed

Virtual EPC Solution (vEPC)

The CCN Virtual EPC Solution Cirrus Core Networks’ virtual Evolved Packet Core (vEPC) offering provides Communication Service Providers (CSP) with a carrier-class virtualized solution that is quick to market, remarkably flexible and future proof. The vEPC is a complete LTE packet core solution based on network functions virtualization (NFV) technology. This consolidated solution is comprised

Categories: NFV

Network Slicing with vSSF

Network Slicing Network slicing is a type of virtual networking architecture along with software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV). A network slice is a managed set of network resources and functions that can be specifically configured to support a particular service or application. Networking slicing allows the creation of multiple virtual networks on

Categories: NFV

Delivering Network Function Virtualisation with Scalable and Global Infrastructure

Cirrus Core Networks is using Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) to deliver a NFV-based Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) for the delivery of next-generation mobile services. It is enabling Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) and other service providers to rapidly deploy next-generation mobile services around the world with a fully managed service

MVNO Architecture Sessions (1) – Going from “Thin” to “Thick”

Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) architectures are often described as thick or thin as if there are only two acknowledged architectures accepted by the industry. In reality for any sizeable MVNO there is a range of decisions that need to be made depending upon the strategy being adopted and their approach to the market. One

Slicing the Mobile Packet Core

The Evolved Packet Core (EPC), the core system of the LTE network, was designed as a “flat architecture” in order to handle the payload (the data traffic) efficiently from a performance and cost perspective. The user plane (the data) was also separated from the control plane (the signalling) to make scaling independent. Thanks to this functional split, mobile