Creating Robust 5G SA Core Signaling Through Synergy

Many leading operators have unveiled their 5G SA networks, with continued scale likely to grow from 2025. 5G SA introduces a new landscape of services and advanced features critical for new customer experiences and industry revenue growth. It also introduces an increased volume of devices, expanding the scale of network signaling.

May 22, 2024

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Date: Jun 12, 2024

Time: 11:00 EDT

Duration: 1 Hr

To tackle rising signaling and build solid 5G core foundations, operators must create a resilient signaling hub to optimize and secure internal and external communications. The service communication proxy (SCP) can form a central role and build synergy with the security edge protection proxy (SEPP), ensuring secure onward service delivery to external networks.

This webinar will investigate the importance of robust 5G SA network routing and signaling to underpin advanced services and support revenue growth. Among the topics covered:

  • The benefits of centralizing core signaling using the Service Communication Proxy (SCP)

  • Strategies for aligning the Security Edge Protection Proxy (SEPP) with SCP to create synergy in signaling and routing operations

  • Timing the introduction of optimization techniques to enhance core signaling performance

  • Practical insights on leveraging efficiencies and unlocking new value through the implementation of 5G core signaling solutions

Patrik Rokyta, Chief Technology Officer, Titan.ium Platform

Patrik is the Chief Technology Officer at Titan.ium Platform and focuses on developing technology strategy and roadmaps to build efficient telecommunication networks for customers. With a PhD in electrical engineering, Patrik previously worked at Nokia Siemens, and has over 25 years of experience in the telecom industry, spanning the technological evolution of mobile networks from the 2nd to the 5th generation.

Ruth Brown, Principal Analyst – Mobile Networks & 5G, Heavy Reading
Ruth covers mobile network research for Heavy Reading. Key coverage areas include system architecture, core infrastructure and services, and supporting cloud technologies.

Prior to joining Heavy Reading, Ruth worked in mobile and fixed network research and design for BT for over 20 years. Her research interests have included convergence, mobile QoS, network slicing, private networks, cloud native mobile core technology and automation. She has filed more than 40 patents on both real world applications and enhancements to mobile core networks. Ruth is an advocate for women in engineering.

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