Systems Optimization Working Group

The Systems Optimization WG has been formed to explore various approaches to manage complexity of future systems with non-traditional design and operational methodologies. One of the first uses of self-optimizing or self-governing systems came about in cellular radio systems, with the SOC capabilities by NGMN and 3GPP for optimization of resources across heterogenous access networks. These systems, however are based on static policies and are limited in functional scope that addresses 3GPP RAT only. The Systems Optimization WG is exploring use of emergence to address full-stack self-organizing systems, i.e., multi-layer and multi-domain organization and optimization of multiple stacks comprising of heterogeneous radio resources (e.g., 3GPP and non 3GPP RAT), fixed access and transport resources (e.g., optical wavelengths), and compute and store infrastructure resources contributed by disparate service providers.

 

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INGR (International Network Generations Roadmap) Publication - Latest Edition

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Read the latest edition of the Systems Optimization INGR Chapter 

Latest Event Activities

Event Dates Location
2nd Systems Optimization Imperatives, Techniques, and Opportunities for Future Networks Workshop     24-25 May 2022 Virtual
Systems Optimization Imperatives, Techniques, and Opportunities for Future Networks Workshop     21,22,25 January 2021    Virtual