József Varga, Attila Hilt, József Bíró, Csaba Rotter and Gábor Járó

Reducing operational costs of ultra-reliable low latency services in 5G 

Ultra-reliable low latency (uRLL) communication in 5G dictates the deployment of distributed infrastructure with numerous datacenters for low latency, while hosting ultra-reliable services mandates attended datacenters. This would boost the operational costs of 5G network operators planning country-wide coverage for uRLL services. This paper examines how these operational expenses dominated by administrative costs can be reduced without impacting the quality of the provided uRLL service. Our results indicate that hosting uRLL services in unattended datacenters with increased hardware redundancy schemes can produce significant cost savings.

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DOI: 10.36244/ICJ.2018.4.6

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József Varga, Attila Hilt, József Bíró, Csaba Rotter and Gábor Járó, "Reducing operational costs of ultra-reliable low latency services in 5G", Infocommunications Journal, Vol. X, No 4, Dec. 2018, pp. 37-45. DOI: 10.36244/ICJ.2018.4.6

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