Abstract

This paper focuses on Converged Access/Metro Infrastructures for 5G services proposing the novel “Dis-Aggregated RAN” architecture adopting “disaggregation” of hardware and software components across wireless, optical and compute/storage domains. The proposed approach is theoretically evaluated.

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