VCell: Going Beyond the Cell Abstraction in 5G Mobile Networks

Riggio, R, Gomez, K, Goratti, L, Fedrizzi, R and Rasheed, T 2014, 'VCell: Going Beyond the Cell Abstraction in 5G Mobile Networks', in Proceedings of IEEE International Workshop on SDN Management and Orchestration (part of IEEE NOMS 2014 Conference), Krakow, Poland, 5-9 May 2014, pp. 1-5.


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Title VCell: Going Beyond the Cell Abstraction in 5G Mobile Networks
Author(s) Riggio, R
Gomez, K
Goratti, L
Fedrizzi, R
Rasheed, T
Year 2014
Conference name NOMS 2014
Conference location Krakow, Poland
Conference dates 5-9 May 2014
Proceedings title Proceedings of IEEE International Workshop on SDN Management and Orchestration (part of IEEE NOMS 2014 Conference)
Publisher IEEE
Place of publication United States
Start page 1
End page 5
Total pages 5
Abstract Past years have witnessed the surge of mobile broadband Internet traffic due to the broad adoption of a number of major technical advances in new wireless technologies and consumer electronics. In this respect, mobile networks have greatly increased their availability to meet the exponentially growing capacity demand of modern mobile applications and services. The upcoming scenario in the near future lays down the possibility of a continuum of communications thanks also to the deployment of so called small cells. Conventional cellular networks and the small cells will form the foundation of this pervasive communication system. Therefore, future wireless systems must carry the necessary scalability and seamless operation to accommodate the users and integrate the macro cells and small cells together. In this work we propose the V-Cell concept and architecture. V-Cell is potentially leading to a paradigm shift when approaching the system designs that allows to overcome most of the limitations of physical layer techniques in conventional wireless networks.
Subjects Broadband and Modem Technology
Computer Communications Networks
Data Communications
Wireless Communications
Communications Technologies not elsewhere classified
Mobile Technologies
Networking and Communications
DOI - identifier 10.1109/NOMS.2014.6838419
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