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

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PoC Team

Industry Technology Research Institute

Linker Network



Main Contact

Kuo-Wei Wen, ITRI JimmyWen@itri.org.tw

Willy Kuo, Linker Networks wguo@linkernetworks.com

Ming Lin, FarEasTone mijlin@fareastone.com.tw

Paul Stevens, Advantech paul.stevens@advantech.eu

PoC Demo

PoC Demo 1 – Service-Aware MEC Platform for Service Offload with Enterprise Video Call/VoIP, Jun 2017, Small Cell Forum Plugfest & 5G Workshop, NTUH Internal Convention Center, Taipei City, Taiwan

Poc Demo 2 – Service-Aware MEC Platform for Traffic Offload and Static Bandwidth Management with Enterprise Video Call/VoIP, Sep 2017, MEC Congress 2017, Berlin

Poc Demo 3 – Service-Aware MEC Platform for Traffic Offload and Dynamic Bandwidth Management with Enterprise Video Call/VoIP or Tele-Drone, Feb 2018, MWC 2018, Barcelona


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). The PoC will be verified on multi-vendor EPCs which contain our team member FarEasTone (FET)’s EPC and the multi-vendor EPCs in ITRI’s 4G+/5G testbed. The MEC platform of our PoC executes as a Virtual Network Function (VNF) in a container-based or a Virtual Machine (VM) environment and provides an interface for installing the service application (APP) into a container or a VM and configuring a set of parameters for bandwidth management of a mobile network.

PoC Proposal

Service Aware MEC Platform to Enable Bandwidth

PoC Topics

This PoC is WORKING on:

PT01 - Demonstration of MEC Service Scenarios

PoC Report

PoC Report is expected by Q1 2018