While previous generations of mobile networks provided basic Quality of Service (QoS) levels for different services, 5G takes this to a whole new level. It is a more intelligent, adaptive network designed to serve diverse industries and enterprises, each with its different use cases and Service-Level Agreements (SLAs).
Such tailored services are enabled through network slicing, one of the key 5G service propositions that divides the network into virtual slices. Network slicing creates a set of logically independent networks that all run on shared physical infrastructure.
As operators are investing heavily in their transition to 5G networks, they need to work out ways to generate revenues. According to GSMA, network slicing will be worth USD 300 billion to operators globally by 2025. To guarantee service quality and SLAs at a per-slice level, operators must adopt an enhanced NWDAF assurance solution.
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