5G LAN Technology
5G LAN technology allows a specific group of users to communicate with each other, or a specific user to communicate with existing private network users. This enables flexible group management, direct communication and access to the enterprise cloud anytime and anywhere.
5G LAN is able to address the three major requirements of enterprise network communication: convenient management, flexible interoperability and reliable communication for time-sensitive networks (TSN).
5G LAN Microslicing
Microslicing is an evolutionary technology that extends Quality of Service (QoS) on the private 5G radio access network (RAN) across the existing enterprise infrastructure with the goal of achieving consistent end-to-end performance for critical applications that simply can’t tolerate erratic packet transmission across a private cellular wireless medium.
Microslicing is defined as a set of network functions within a 5G LAN that allows various QoS metrics and traffic thresholds to be automatically defined and enforced on discrete application flows or device groups. This creates a cohesive, end-to-end logical network that maps QoS from the ingress cellular RAN through the entire existing enterprise L2/L3 network.
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