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  Nokia - Vodafone Hutchison Australia - SeeTec
 
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This MEC PoC submission is about a video analytics solution that leverages MEC for analyzing raw video streams of LTE-connected surveillance cameras and forwarding of relevant incidents to the local control room,  
 
This MEC PoC submission is about a video analytics solution that leverages MEC for analyzing raw video streams of LTE-connected surveillance cameras and forwarding of relevant incidents to the local control room,  

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Overview of Reports

PoC Num Description Final Report
PoC 13 MEC infotainment for smart roads and city hot spots Completed
PoC 12 MEC enabled OTT business Completed
PoC 11 Communication Traffic Management for V2X PoC11_Final_Report
PoC 10 Service-Aware MEC Platform to Enable Bandwidth Management of RAN Completed
PoC 9 MEC platform to enable low-latency Industrial IoT Completed
PoC 8 Video Analytics PoC8_Final_Report
PoC 7 Multi-Service MEC Platform for Advanced Service Delivery Completed
PoC 6 Healthcare – Dynamic Hospital User, IoT and Alert Status management Completed
PoC 5 Enterprise Services Completed
PoC 4 FLIPS – Flexible IP-based Services Completed
PoC 3 Radio aware video optimization in a fully virtualized network PoC3_Final_Report
PoC 2 Edge Video Orchestration and Video Clip Replay via MEC PoC2_Final_Report
PoC 1 Video User Experience Optimization via MEC - A Service Aware RAN PoC Completed

List of PoCs

This page provides the list of on-going ISG MEC PoCs. Click on them to learn further details.

The following MEC Proofs of Concept are developed according to the ETSI ISG MEC Proof of Concept Framework. MEC Proofs of Concept are intended to demonstrate MEC as a viable technology. Results are fed back to the Industry Specification Group on Mobile Edge Computing.

Neither ETSI, the ISG MEC, nor their members make any endorsement of any product or implementation claiming to demonstrate or conform to MEC. No verification or test has been performed by ETSI on any part of these MEC Proofs of Concept.


PoC 1 Video User Experience Optimization via MEC - A Service Aware RAN PoC

Intel - China Mobile - iQiYi

Through the Video UE Optimization application running on the MEC server, the MEC application is able to recognize which are the paid video streams from the content provider. From there, the MEC application will assign higher priority to those video streams by ensuring higher bit rate. As a result, the paid subscribers will have a more guaranteed user experience when streaming video from the designated content provider.

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PoC 2 Edge Video Orchestration and Video Clip Replay via MEC

Nokia - EE - Smart Mobile Labs

Through the Edge Video Orchestration application running on the MEC server, the end user is able to receive live video streams from professional stadium cameras in real time. The user can choose the camera angle and view video replays provided locally. All media is produced, injected and played out locally, without the need to modify core network elements. Backhaul and core capacity is not impacted.

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PoC 3 Radio aware video optimization in a fully virtualized network

InterDigital - Bristol is Open - Intracom - CVTC - Essex University

This PoC is demonstrating a video optimisation application aware of the Radio conditions in the cell, where MEC application is co-located with eNB and communicating with video content server, and quality of video streams are adjusted according to radio conditions of the users. As a result, video streams and the quality perceived by users will be improved thanks to the usage of MEC video optimization application.

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PoC 4 FLIPS – Flexible IP-based Services

Telecom Italia - Intel UK Corporation - Eurecom - Politecnico di Torino

An operator-based MEC Application is designed to transparently accelerate delivery of IP-based content and streaming media. This Application additionally allows exposure of in-network surrogate server to allow operators to offer Surrogate-as-a-Service for web-based media delivery

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PoC 5 Enterprise Services

Saguna - Adva Optical Networking - Bezeq International

se of MEC for Enterprise by implementation of a local breakout for the enterprise users

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PoC 6 Healthcare – Dynamic Hospital User, IoT and Alert Status management

Brocade - Gigaspaces - Advantech - Saguna - Vasona - Vodafone

This POC considers a typical ‘Healthcare’ use-case where a Hospital is able to assign a cellular access hierarchy (using network slicing) and open access (at the edge) to local systems depending on managed access rights. It also demonstrates dynamic network slicing based on Hospital ‘alert’ status

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PoC 7 Multi-Service MEC Platform for Advanced Service Delivery

Quortus Ltd - Argela - Turk Telecom

Through a single, unified infrastructure, NFV-O, and cloud orchestration system, this MEC PoC demonstrates the ability to support multiple MEC platforms and applications residing on shared and common computing infrastructure, each providing a unique value-add on the traffic traversing platform.

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PoC 8 Video Analytics

Nokia - Vodafone Hutchison Australia - SeeTec

This MEC PoC submission is about a video analytics solution that leverages MEC for analyzing raw video streams of LTE-connected surveillance cameras and forwarding of relevant incidents to the local control room,

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PoC 9 MEC platform to enable low-latency Industrial IoT

Vasona Networks - RIFT.io - Xaptum - Oberthur Technologies - Intel Corporation - Vodafone

This PoC considers a typical Industry 4.0 (RAMI 4.0 - Platform 4.0 Industrie)* IoT use-case for latency, mobility and location sensitive applications, wherein a MEC host with local RAN breakout can enable massively scalable real-time duplex trusted transit delivery of data between IoT devices (sensors, actuators, control systems etc.) and cloud based industrial applications that leverage low-latency transactions with real-time meta-data on localized usage, security and QoS.

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PoC 10 Service-Aware MEC Platform to Enable Bandwidth Management of RAN

Industry Technology Research Institute - Linker Network - FarEasTone

This PoC utilizes two application contexts including Enterprise Video Call/VoIP and Tele-Drone to demonstrate the feature BandwidthManager of ETSI MEC FEATUREs defined in Mobile Edge Computing (MEC); Technical Requirements (ETSI GS MEC 002 V1.1.1)

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PoC 11 Communication Traffic Management for V2X

KDDI Corporation - Saguna Networks Ltd. - Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Connected vehicles generate various data with different priorities and the transportation road congestion may give lead to mobile network congestion, which interfere with urgent V2X communication. In the PoC, it is demonstrated how to harmonize and prioritize network traffic sent for vehicles with MEC system by using MEC services in order to control the mobile network congestion.

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PoC 12 MEC enabled Over-The-Top business

China Unicom - ZTE - Intel - Tencent - Wo video - UnitedStack

This ETSI MEC PoC is about enabling OTT business on MEC platform: distributing OTT’s CDN to the MEC platform in the network of China Unicom. The combination of CDN and MEC can reduce the RTT and increase the HTTP download rate.

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PoC 13 MEC infotainment for smart roads and city hot spots

TIM - Intel - Vivida - ISMB - City of Turin

The use case aims at demonstrating innovative 4G/5G infotainment services for both pedestrians and car drivers/passengers in smart roads and city hot spots.

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