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Multi-Access Edge Computing technology brings the data processing closer to the end user or device, ensuring faster reaction and also lower costs for providers.

Multi-access edge computing (MEC)

Multi-access Edge Computing and Current Applications What is Multi-access Edge Computing (formerly known as Mobile Edge Computing) Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) technology brings the network

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Yate-based LTE and GSM Software-defined Mobile Network

Network functions

GSM mobile-originated call in YateUCNTM – SatSite network Pure IP solution, any network backhaul is supported with low packet loss rates. Doesn’t require a BSC

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IP-based backhaul

GSM/GPRS IP backhaul Our GSM/GPRS backhaul is offered over any IP connectivity (IP radio, microwave, VSAT, fiber, 3G/UMTS) as opposed to the costly satellite backhaul,

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Software Defined Radio (SDR) advantages compared to the conventional, DSP-based Radio Access Network equipments

Software-defined radio

Intel-based SDR The SatSite base station is built on general-purpose hardware, replacing commonly used FPGA and DSP chips with generic Intel chipsets, and uses a

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Unified BTS/BSC

Unified BTS/BSC In GSM/GPRS networks, the YateBTS implements all the functions of the base transceiver station (BTS) and the base station controller (BSC). This leads

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LTE Roaming with YateUCN in the Home Network

LTE roaming

LTE roaming with the YateUCNTM in the home network The YateUCN is a unified 4G LTE core network server performing the functions of the MME

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YateUCN roaming in GSM

GSM roaming

GSM roaming with the YateUCNTM For GSM/GPRS roaming, the YateUCN uses the Camel/MAP protocol to perform roaming between the visited and the home networks. The

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YateHSS/HLR cluster

YateHSS/HLR redundancy

YateHSS/HLR redundancy and load balancing The YateHSS/HLR provides application-level redundancy and load balancing. The YateHSS/HLR server uses commodity hardware and manages subscriber data for GSM,

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Unified Core Network vs. Common SDN deployment

Beyond SDN and vEPC

Beyond SDN Beyond SDN is a software implementation of all core network functions, that splits the control plane, which enables flexibility, from the data plane,

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