Review of Network Slicing Research in Diverse Standards
draft-wang-nfvrg-network-slice-diverse-standards-00

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Abstract

As one of the significant technology in 5G, there are diverse industry communities and standard organizations dedicated in a research of Network Slicing, such as IETF, 3GPP, GSMA, ETSI, etc.. These organizations and communities not only standardize network slicing architecture, management, requirements and so on, but also individually focus on specifying network slicing in their own ways, offering diverse specifications of it. Aiming at research on a overall review of network slicing standard, this document discuss diverse standards in various organizations and communities, furthermore, analyzing the emphasis and difference between them.

Authors

Lei Wang (jifengyiwl@163.com)
Liang Geng (gengliang@chinamobile.com)

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