December 22, 2016

QoE driven SON for mobile backhaul demo

  • Bajzik L.
  • De C.
  • Szil P.
  • T. Karasz
  • Vincze Z.
  • Vulk C.

The complexity of the Mobile Backhaul (MBH) and the unpredictability of the mobile traffic represents a network operation challenge. Increasing the automation of the transport service management by introducing the Self Organizing Networks (SON) concept to MBH can significantly simplify the network configuration process, reduce the cost of operation and maintenance and improve the network efficiency. The live demo running on a real testbed illustrates that SON for MBH is able to autonomously assess the network status, detect anomalies and perform dynamic creation/reconfiguration of the end-to-end services to resolve quality of experience degradations.

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