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行動網路功能虛擬化基本面

Mobile Network Function Virtualization Fundamentals

出版商 EJL Wireless Research 商品編碼 356531
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 101 Pages, 4 Tables, 39 Exhibits
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行動網路功能虛擬化基本面 Mobile Network Function Virtualization Fundamentals
出版日期: 2016年04月20日 內容資訊: 英文 101 Pages, 4 Tables, 39 Exhibits
簡介

本報告提供網路功能虛擬化 (NFV) 及特別是行動網路的適用相關全面的技術分析,各種設備供應商的生態系統的詳細分析,行動網路、虛擬基頻單位 (vBBU) 、虛擬基地台 (vBS)及虛擬化EPC、虛擬化RAN (vRAN) 雙方相關見解分析彙整。

第1章 簡介

第2章 產業期待想解決NFV哪個問題?

  • NFV的網路服務
  • ETSI的利用案例
  • 利用案例的一般評論

第3章 NFV的參照架構

  • NFVI
  • NFV生態系統環境
  • 開放原始碼開發
  • 各廠商/業者所提供的生態系統
  • OpenDaylight 計劃

第4章 網路虛擬化 vs. 網路功能虛擬化

  • 網路虛擬化的實行案例
  • 在NFV的預測及討論下的有力案例
  • NFV與標準化的關係

第5章 機敏性網路及網路編配的必要條件

  • 機敏性網路定義
  • 網路編配的功能
  • 與機敏性網路的要求相稱的網路設計標準
  • 對網路編配來說的最小限度的功能套組

第6章 NFV應該討論的發展要素

  • 什麼時候、為何需要NFV?
  • 現有網路展開NFV的優點
  • NFV發展成本的理由
  • NFV發展系統、互通性
  • 網路可靠性

第7章 目前NFV課題

  • 多廠商營運
  • 開放原始碼、標準化
  • 開放原始碼、通訊協定相關的課題

第8章 NFV硬體設備分析

第9章 市場潛在性、結論

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目錄
Product Code: GWNFVMA-S-2015

This report provides a comprehensive technology analysis on network function virtualization (NFV) and how it specifically applies to mobile networks. A detailed analysis covering the various equipment vendor ecosystems is included as well as an analysis on the current views on both a virtualized EPC and virtualized RAN (vRAN) within a mobile network as well as virtual baseband units (vBBU) and virtualized base stations (vBS).

Features

  • Definitions and explanations of NF, NFV, and NFVI
  • NFV Reference Architecture
  • NFV Management and Orchestration (MANO) Requirements
  • NFV Use Cases
  • NFV Hardware Analysis
  • Open NFV
  • OpenDaylight
  • Equipment Vendor/Service Provider Ecosystems including
    • Alcatel-Lucent (Nokia)
    • China Mobile
    • Hewlett-Packard Enterprise
    • Ericsson
    • Huawei Technologies
    • Wind River Systems

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

  • 1.1 Network Virtualization
  • 1.2 Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
  • 1.3 The relationship between SDN and NFV
  • 1.4 ESTI NFV Work Group and Specification
  • 1.5 OPNFV and Its Objectives

CHAPTER 2: WHAT PROBLEMS DOES THE INDUSTRY EXPECT NFV TO RESOLVE?

  • 2.1 Network Services of NFV
  • 2.2 ETSI Use Cases
  • 2.3 General Comments to Use Cases

CHAPTER 3: REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE OF NFV

  • 3.1 NFVI
  • 3.2 NFV Ecosystem Environment
  • 3.3 Open Source Development
  • 3.4 Ecosystems Offered by Different Manufacturers/Operators
  • 3.5 Open Daylight Project
  • Summary

CHAPTER 4: NETWORK VIRTUALIZATION VS. NETWORK FUNCTION VIRTUALIZATION

  • 4.1 Network Virtualization Practical Use Cases
  • 4.2 Projection of NFV and Possible Use Cases under Discussion
  • 4.3 The relationship between NFV and standardization

CHAPTER 5: AGILE NETWORK AND NETWORK ORCHESTRATION REQUIREMENTS

  • 5.1 Definition of an Agile Network
  • 5.2 Functions of Network Orchestration
  • 5.3 Network Design Criteria to Meet the Requirements of an Agile Network
  • 5.4 Minimum Function Set Requirements for Network Orchestration

CHAPTER 6: DEPLOYMENT FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR NFV

  • 6.1 When and Why Is NFV Needed?
  • 6.2 The Benefits of Deploying NFV to an Existing Network
  • 6.3 Justification of NFV Deployment Costs
  • 6.4 NFV Ecosystem and Interoperability
  • 6.5 Network Reliability

CHAPTER 7: CURRENT NFV CHALLENGES

  • 7.1 Multi-vendor Operation
  • 7.2 Open Source and Standardization
  • 7.3 Issues associated with open source and protocols
  • Summary

CHAPTER 8: NFV HARDWARE ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 9: MARKET POTENTIAL AND CONCLUSIONS

  • 9.1 The Status of Current NFV products Claimed on the Market

TABLES

  • Table 1: Comparison of Reliability Requirements between IT and Telecom
  • Table 2: Technical/Business Risks for Virtualization
  • Table 3: Development Risks for Virtualization
  • Table 4: OEM Vendor Network Function/Hardware Platform

EXHIBITS

  • Exhibit 1: Diagram of a Practical Network Architecture
  • Exhibit 2: Network Virtualization
  • Exhibit 3: PC Architecture as a Simplified Example of Internal Virtualization
  • Exhibit 4: Internal Virtualization
  • Exhibit 5: NFV Reference Architecture
  • Exhibit 6: Relationships between NFV, NV, and SDN
  • Exhibit 7: What the Service Provider is Expecting from NFV
  • Exhibit 8: OPNFV Platinum Members
  • Exhibit 9: OPNFV Arno Release Overview
  • Exhibit 10: An Architecture View of Virtualized EPC
  • Exhibit 11: Virtualized EPC on IA Server Platform
  • Exhibit 12: C-RAN Architecture Diagram
  • Exhibit 13: The Concept of Virtual RAN by China Mobile
  • Exhibit 14: LTE Mobile Network Diagram
  • Exhibit 15: RADISYS - Virtualized C-RAN for small cell deployment.
  • Exhibit 16: Altiostar Virtual RAN Architecture
  • Exhibit 17: ASOCS Fully Virtualized Base Station (vBS) in a Standard Cloud
  • Exhibit 18: Alcatel-Lucent vRAN Activity Timeline
  • Exhibit 19: Alcatel-Lucent 9771 Wireless Cloud Element Radio Network Controller (WCE RNC)
  • Exhibit 20: Alcatel-Lucent D-RAN/C-RAN/vRAN Evolution Diagram
  • Exhibit 21: Parallel Wireless 3G/4G/WiFi vRAN Architecture
  • Exhibit 22: Ongoing NFV MANO Work
  • Exhibit 23: NFV Reference Architecture
  • Exhibit 24: Alcatel-Lucent Cloud-Band™ Ecosystem
  • Exhibit 25: Hewlett-Packard Enterprise OpenNFV Reference Architecture
  • Exhibit 26: HPE OpenNFV Application Partner Ecosystem
  • Exhibit 27: Wind River Titanium Cloud Ecosystem Architecture
  • Exhibit 28: Wind River NFV Ecosystem Partners
  • Exhibit 29: OpenDaylight HYDROGEN Architecture (Release 1)
  • Exhibit 30: OpenDaylight HELIUM Architecture (Release 2)
  • Exhibit 31: OpenDaylight LITHIUM Architecture (Release 3)
  • Exhibit 32: OpenDaylight Release Timeline (Release 1-5), 2013-2016
  • Exhibit 33: Long Term Objective of NFV with Multi-vendor Configuration
  • Exhibit 34: Reference Points in NFV Reference Architecture
  • Exhibit 35: The Roles of Network Orchestrator
  • Exhibit 36: Management and Orchestration Function of VNF
  • Exhibit 37: Hardware Platform Evolution towards Virtualization
  • Exhibit 38: Virtual Network Functions and Common Hardware Platform
  • Exhibit 39: AdvanceTCA Modular Platform Concept

ABBREVIATIONS

  • AD-SAL API Driven - SAL
  • AGPL Affero General Public License
  • AOTS Available Off The Shelf
  • ATCA Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture
  • CAPex CAPital expense
  • COTS Commercial Off-The-Shelf
  • C-RAN Centralized RAN
  • CSP Communication Service Provider
  • ENV External Network Virtualization
  • ETSI Europe Telecommunication Standard Institue
  • FOSS Free Open Source Software
  • GPL General Public License
  • IA Intel Architecture
  • IaaS Infrastructure as a Service
  • INV Internal Network Virtualization
  • LAN Local Aea Network
  • MANO MANagement and Orchestration
  • MD-SAL Model Driven - Service Adapation Layer
  • NaaS Network as a Serice
  • NFV Network Function Virtualization
  • NFVI NFV Infrastructure
  • NGCOR Next Generation Converged Operation Requirement
  • NIC Network Interface Card
  • NS Network Services
  • NV Network Virtualization
  • OPEX OPerational EXpense
  • OPNFV Open Platform for NFV
  • OSSII Operation Support System Interoperation Initiative
  • RAN Radio Access Network
  • RCS Rich Communication Suite
  • REST REpresentational State Transfer
  • SAL Service Adaptation Layer
  • SDN Software Defined Network
  • SDP Service Delivery Platform
  • SOA Service-Oriented Architecture
  • vLAN virtual LAN
  • vRAN virtualized RAN
  • VIM Virtualized Infrastructure Manager
  • VNF Virtual Network Function
  • VNFaaS VNF as a Service
  • VNPaas VNPlatform as a Service
  • vNIC virtualized NIC
  • VM Virtual Machines
  • VNF Virtual Network Function
  • VNFI VNF Infrastructure
  • VNFD VNF Descriptor
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