5G Core Network(5GC)

The 5G Core Network(5GC) adopts a separate control and forwarding architecture, which enables independent mobility management and session management.

Multiple sessions can be established and managed simultaneously by different user-plane network elements and multiple control-plane network elements, enabling parallel operation of local and remote traffic.
5G Core Network(5GC)
Key Benefits
Supports VoNR/VoLTE/CSFB
Allow operators to meet a variety of voice application scenarios
Flexible Deployment
Enable for centralized or distributed data centers
Virtualized, Cloud-Native Dual-Mode 5G Core
Support NSA/SA Networking
Fully standards based, multivendor solution
Supports end-to-end 5GC Slicing
3G/4G/5G Converged Core 
Enable smooth handover among 3G, 4G and 5G
Full Stack capabilites
A complete core network portfolio, Simplify operators' network structure
High scalable 
Enable to deploy on Cloud Platform such as AWS and Azure
Enable more granular end-to-end management and control of traffic flows and applications
IPLOOK's Ultra 5G Core Network
IPLOOK's 5GC includes the elements: UPF, AUSF, UDM, AMF, SMF, PCF, NSSF, NRF, NEF
Highly compact, IPLOOK 5GC can be implemented on low end COTS servers, or can utilize available CPU capacity in a radio by embedding directly into available CPU cores within the radio itself. It can also be containerized for deployment on an NFV platform.
IPLOOK 5GC has higher compatibility and will be upgraded to support 3G and 4G user access. Users can register for 3G/4G/ 5G networks, thus ensuring a smooth upgrade to 5G for existing 3G/4G users.
We enable 5G services for Service Providers, Systems Integrators, Enterprises and Government Organisations while optimally leveraging investments of existing networks and systems, at price levels which are significantly lower than the products of the established tier 1 vendors.
Features 
 
Comply to  3GPP R15/R16 Standards
A Service Based Architecture  (SBA): AMF, SMF, PCF, UPF, UDM, AUSF, NSSF, NRF, NEF Full Functions
»  AMF: Access and Mobility Management Function
»  SMF: Session Management Function
»  PCF: Policy Control Function
»  UPF: User Plane Function
»  UDM:  Unified Data Management
»  AUSF:  Authentication Server Function
»  NSSF:  Network Slice Selection Function
»  NRF:  Network Repository Function
»  NEF:  Network Exposure Function
The IoT with NR
»  VoNR
5GC NFV Architecture
»  Cloud Native
»  Docker
Separate the User Plane (UP) functions from the Control Plane (CP) functions, allowing independent scalability, evolution and flexible deployments e.g. centralized location or distributed (remote) location
UPF Multi-Gbps support: 10GB/25GB/40GB/100GB
5GS interworking
»  PGW-C/SMF
»  PGW-U/UPF
»  PCRF/PCF
»  MME/AMF
»  HLR/HSS/UDM/AUSF
»  N26 interface 
Future proof: R17 Features compliance
»  HTTP2 GW
»  SMSF
»  SEPP
»  UDR
Modularize the function design, e.g. to enable flexible and efficient network slicing
Open Northbound interface and graphical web based management interface
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