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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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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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YateUCN LTE unified core network

Unified 4G LTE core

Unified 4G LTE core The YateUCNTM is a unified core network server intended for GSM, LTE, and VoLTE deployments. It can be used to build

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LTE and GSM Core Network Redundancy using YateUCN. In case of one node failure, the eNodeBs and BTSs connects to other YateUCN

YateUCN redundancy

YateUCNTM redundancy The simplified architecture of YateBTS/YateENB-YateUCN networks is based on replacing the components’ functions and protocols with software on commodity hardware. This achieves redundancy

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