(Via the Korea Times) SK Telecom, the Republic of Korea’s largest mobile network, has announced this week that it has successfully developed two core technologies crucial to the implementation of the next generation of mobile data network. The first of these is dubbed: ‘Orchestration,’ which enables engineers to design, develop and establish mobile services on a cloud network. The company claims that this is superior to existing technologies, which only work on practical hardware servers. The second technology, jointly developed by SK and Nokia, is called: the ‘Cloud virtualized Radio Access Network,’ or Cloud vRAN. This technology can reportedly place base stations and invisible networks into virtual space using cloud technology.
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