An Introduction to Network Slicing

| November 22, 2017

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We first define network slicing from the point of view of business customers. Subsequently, we discuss examples of characteristics and features offered by a network slice, giving business customers an initial idea how mobile network services can be customised through network slices to serve their individual requirements. We have provided a set of use cases to illustrate what network slicing can do for business customers.

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