Saturday, May 18

NEC UPF Achieves Industry-Leading High Performance in 5G Core Networks, reaching 1.3 Tbps Throughput

NEC UPF Achieves Industry-Leading High Performance in 5G Core Networks, reaching 1.3 Tbps Throughput

TOKYO, Feb 22, 2024 – (JCN Newswire) – NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) has actually validated that its User Plane Function (UPF) for processing user information traffic in 5G core networks (5GC) has actually accomplished an industry-leading throughput of 1.3 Tbps per server on Intel servers with 4th generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors.

As 5G advances towards the Beyond 5G/6G period, and next-generation info and interactions facilities are presented, interactions traffic is anticipated to increase considerably due to the spread of high-definition video circulation, AR, VR, and AI. Under these situations, telecom operators are being forced to continually broaden their centers, leading to increased power intake and expenses that are ending up being a significant company obstacle.

NEC has actually been operating in current years to enhance UPF efficiency and its processing effectiveness by using innovative techniques such as enhancing CPU processing, speeding up memory gain access to, and lowering memory gain access to hold-ups( 1 ). NEC has actually likewise been continually assessing the current hardware to enhance efficiency and has now effectively validated the groundbreaking high throughput of 1.3 Tbps in the screening of a UPF on servers utilizing 4th generation Intel ® Xeon ® scalable processors. NEC has actually made sure the energy effectiveness of the UPF by utilizing Intel ® Infrastructure Power Manager, allowing the business to balance out the impact of increasing power intake in pursuit of carbon neutrality( 2 ).

This accomplishment assists to substantially enhance the efficiency of mobile network traffic processing, along with adding to lower power usage and expenses.

Copyright © 2024 JCN Newswire. All rights scheduled. A department of Japan Corporate News Network.

» …
Find out more