Hyperelastic network: What is it and how does it work?
Given the advent of the 5G network and the need to respond to the rapid growth in demand for high bandwidth in addition to low latency service, different changes and challenges have been posed for any communication service provider.
To meet this challenge, JSC Ingenium presents a hyperelastic network solution. If you still do not know what it is, we invite you to learn much more about the hyperelastic network and how it works.
What is the hyperelastic network?
Currently 5G technology promises to enable a fully connected society. All thanks to its technology, which enables the requirements of Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Ultra-Reliable, Low-Latency Communications (URLLC), and Massive Machine-Type Communications (mMTC) use cases
However the management of the disruptive philosophy and the increasing complexity of the new 5G network have turned all these processes into challenges for any communication service provider. That’s how JSC Ingenium joined the hyperelastic network, a solution based on the cloud-native architecture that supports key technologies such as micro services, service-based architecture, stateless design, distributed deployment, and network outage.
How does the hyperelastic network work?
Basically, the hyperelastic network provides an architecture focused on micro services, distributed data storage, stateless design, and agile and cost-effective deployment. Its virtualization fully underpins the design of the network. Offers the ability to configure network services through software without making network changes at hardware level, which opens exciting new possibilities.
Provides selected technologies to flexibly allocate network resources, meeting the requirements of different users in the industry and creating differentiated services for the different user groups. In this way, the network division opens up many new revenue potentials for communication service providers.
The hyperelastic network is designed with built-in artificial intelligence to support effective fault detection, root cause analysis, automated network and service governance, and topology management. Its architecture completely separates the control plane and the user plane from the core network. Under this architecture, user-plane functions can be flexibly deployed in a central or on-premises data center or in the cloud, depending on the use case according to different variables, such as bandwidth, latency and reliability.
JSC Ingenium, provider of mobile services and solutions, is firmly committed to 5G technology to create a new concept of mobile networks.