28
iun
2017

Introduction to 5G: By Yuval Elgavish

Participă la contferinţă
3500 Lei early buyer - until May 31st

Organizers

  • Unde: Bucharest, Romania
  • Când: 28 iunie 2017, ora 09:00
  • Info: 2 day course - June 28-29
Conferinta Agora

Course Overview:  

 
The course reviews some of the key concepts that will shape the next generation of mobile systems – the 5G.
5G standard, to be ready by 2020, is not only about new radio technologies, but also about network architecture revolutions providing a full convergence of mobile network and Internet industries. It is single end-to-end protocol standard for the future mobile Internet!
The course allows you to understand the 5G Ecosystem and Technologies. It reviews in details the 5G cutting-edge technologies and architecture like heterogeneous networks, device-to-device communications and others, as well as looks at 5G Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and virtualisation methods like SDN and NFV.
The course also deals with the 5G major challenge of integrating technologies and concepts that were separately developed, into one network.   

 

Who should attend?   


Service providers, Network Equipment vendors, Value-added services developers, Regulators, Entrepreneurs and Everyone who seeks to better understand where the mobile Internet industry is heading.    


Prerequisites:    

 

Basic knowledge of cellular networks is expected from the participants.  

 
Lecturer: Yuval Elgavish  

 

Mr. Elgavish is a lecturer at LOGTEL having more than 25 years of extensive Hi-Tech experience working with worldwide telecom vendors, Operators and customers. Mr. Elgavish brings with him both technological as well as business extensive knowledge.
Mr. Elgavish is currently the Owner and GM of GaT-Tech, providing consultancy and project management services to Israeli companies.
Yuval held also executive management positions in several Israeli cellular, communications, Web and medical devices high tech companies.
Mr. Elgavish graduated the IDF academy of computer sciences (MAMRAM) and the Tel Aviv University School of Business Administration (Lahav program) and holds a B.Sc. in Computer Sciences from Bar-Ilan University.

 

Course Content:

 

1. 5G vision and approach

  • Vision, Status and Roadmap
  • Insights into 5G network design
  • 5G Ingrediants
  • Standardization activity

 

2. 5G Challenges and Requirements

  • 5G diverse service use cases
    • - eMBB - Enhanced Mobile Broadband (EMBB)
    • - URLL - Ultra-Reliable and Low Laten­cy Communications
    • - mMTC - Massive Machine Type Communications
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  • Service Challenges and Requirements
  • - IMT2020 Requirements: IMT2020 Network KPIs Requirement - Mobility, Spectrum Eficiency, Latency, Connection Density, Energy Eficiency, Capacity, Data Rates, etc.
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  • Data analytics requirements
    • - Data on the Move Vs. Data at rest analytics

 

3. 5G Network Architecture

  • - NR and NGCN Architecture
  • - Deployment Alternatives
  • - Mesh and Device-2-Device architecture
  • - MEC – Mobile Edge Computing
  • - Slicing and Virtualization Architecture - SW centric Network
  • - Heterogeneous Network (HetNet) 2020

 

4. IoT

  • IoT Verticals Services:
  • - Mission Critical Services - e.g. Connected Car - V2X,  Drones
  • Low Power Wide Range Services
    • - LPWAN Unlicensed Spectrum Solutions: Wi-Fi HaLow, SigFox, LoRA, Ingenu (ex. On-Ramp)
    • - C-IoT - Cellular Licensed Spectrum Solutions
    • - NB-IoT – 3GPP LPWA Narrowband IoT solution LTE Cat-NB1, LTE-M - eMTC LTE Cat-M1
    • IoT Security and Data Analytics

 

5. Virtualization

  • SDN – Software Defined Networking
    • - The SDN concept
    • - SDN Controller
    • - The Northbound and Southbound APIs
    • - OpFlex and other controllers
    • - OpenFlow protocol
  • NFV - network functions virtualization
    • - ETSI ISG for NFV
    • - VNF - Virtualized Network Functions
    • - NFVI - NFV Infrastructure  – The physical resources (compute, storage, network) and the virtual instantiations that make up the infrastructure
    • - NFV MANO - Management and Orchestration
    • - OPNFV
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  • 6. ICN - Information Centric Networking

  • The ICN concept
  • Novel topologies to support edge-based storage and computing
  • NDN  - Named Data Networking

 

7. 5G Radio and Physical Layer

  • The 5G Radio Principles
  • 5G Spectrum allocation planning
    • - Low-Band – up to 1GHz
    • - Mid-Band  –  1GHz - 6GHz
    • - High-band – mmWave
  • 5G Key Radio and PHY design across services
    • - 4G to 5G Radio design evolution
    • - 5G new waveform design
    • - Multiple Access Methods
    • - Advanced Multiple-Input and Multiple-output (MIMO) Techniques (e.g. FD-MIMO)
    • - Latency Reduction Techniques
    • - TTI Shortening
    • - Low Latency Transport – RAN aware Transmission support
  • vRAN /C-RAN
    • RRH (BBU) – Remote Radio Head (Baseband Unit)

 

8. Management and Orchestration for 5G Networks

  • Distributed Vs. Centralized Network architecture Management
  • SON – Self Organized Network

 

9. 5G Security - brief

  • 5G Security challenges and standardization
  • Elements of a 5G security architecture
  • Identity Management Techniques
  • 5G-PPP NORMA Security Model

 

10. Summary

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Cost:

 

until May 31st: 3500 RON per participant (VAT included)

from June 1st: 4500 RON per participant (VAT included)

For groups larger than 10 participants we offer a 10% discount.

 

For invoicing and other information please contact us at conferinte@agora.ro