M-CORD Videos from MWC17

M-CORD Innovations: Transforming Central Offices for 5G

 

M-CORD takes the best ideas from the pivotal Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter (CORD) and adapts them for next generation mobile networks. CORD combines NFV, SDN, and the elasticity of commodity clouds and M-CORD adds the latest innovations in mobility, including for the radio access network (RAN), core, and services.

This video, hosted by Joseph Sulistyo, Senior Director of Open Networking Solutions at Radisys, provides a broad overview of M-CORD and current state-of-the-art demos. It features commentary from Guru Parulkar, Executive Director of ON.Lab; Aseem Parikh, VP, Solutions and Partnerships at ON.Lab; Bryan Sadowski, VP, FlowEngine & DCEngine at Radisys; and Hans Kramer, VP Global Services & Support at Radisys.


M-CORD Demo - Optimized Core for IoT

 

Mobile CORD (M-CORD) offers the potential to serve as the optimized core for IoT applications. Rishi Maulick, Architect for Radisys, walks us through a demo. Key capabilities shown include MME disaggregation, Connectionless GW, and Core Slicing.


M-CORD Innovations Demo: SDN-based Scalable Core

 

Mobile network operators must design their next gen infrastructure to handle huge volumes of IoT traffic. M-CORD can help handle excessive signal overhead by providing network slicing and flow classification at the RAN. Here is an overview of an M-CORD demo, presented by Aseem Parikh, VP, Solutions and Partnerships at ON.Lab and sponsored by Radisys.


M-CORD Innovations Demo: End-to-end Slicing

 

5G will do much more than just enabling higher speeds. It will bring innovative services with different quality of services. M-CORD enables end-to-end network slicing at both the core and RAN. This video features a demonstration. Presented by Aseem Parikh, VP, Solutions and Partnerships at ON.Lab and sponsored by Radisys.


M-CORD Innovations Demo: Public Safety

 

M-CORD can enable the network to deliver a better experience for specific applications. This demo shows how an emergence response application on a mobile handset can enable better video delivery to a public safety operator when network slicing is enabled. Our demo simulates a parking lot accident where a bicyclist is struck down by a car. The demo features the Xpose Emergency Broadcast System and application.