First commercial trial of Intelligent Radio Network Orchestration

June 14, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
 First commercial trial of Intelligent Radio Network Orchestration
China Unicom and ZTE improve user experiences by virtue of both user and network orchestration, meeting more diverse requirements of both B2B and B2C services.

ZTE Corporation and China Unicom have completed a commercial trial of the industry's first Intelligent Radio Network Orchestration system, with both user and network orchestration, in Dalian, China.

At the beginning of 2021, ZTE released the industry's first Intelligent Orchestration Radio Network, based on the its vision and work on 5G network development. Powered by base station native intelligence, this solution improves user experiences by virtue of user orchestration and network orchestration, meeting more diverse requirements of both B2B and B2C services.

The results show that user orchestration can achieve improvement in both 5G user experiences and 5G camping ratio. The uplink NR low-throughput user ratio is reduced by 50% while the handover delay is reduced by 50% and the 5G camping ratio is increased significantly.

Furthermore, when 4G/5G dynamic spectrum sharing is on, the network orchestration can automatically adjust the spectrum configurations according to the traffic requirements. The average 5G user throughput is increased by 20% to 130% adapting to spectrum configuration, while the 4G user number and traffic remain unaffected. This brings new possibilities to NR user experience improvement and O&M simplification in the 4G/5G dynamic spectrum sharing scenario.

Moving forward, ZTE and China Unicom will collaborate further with each other in intelligent radio network orchestration from standards, products and services to facilitate research, development and commercial applications, aiming at building 5G networks with enhanced user experiences and network efficiency.

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