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5G Standards – Part 2

Course Overview

In this course, Larry Horner, a Senior Systems Architect and Principal Engineer at Intel, explores Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) and its impact on enhancing data processing speed, data sovereignty, and network flexibility in private 5G environments. It delves into standards like eCPRI and various private network configurations while emphasizing how spectrum allocation, frequency bands, and licenses shape network components' design and capabilities in 5G contexts. The course also considers the complexities of UE device modems, deployment choices (non-standalone and standalone), and key factors like connectivity, spectrum licensing, operational models, latency, range, capacity, and Service Level Agreements (SLAs).

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Chapter 1: Multi-Access Edge Computing

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Chapter Overview

In this video, explore Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) and its role in improving data processing speed, data sovereignty, and network flexibility in private 5G environments. You'll also learn about standards like eCPRI and various configurations for building a private network.

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