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5G: How user plane function (UPF) would be implemented in 5G network ?

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While going through specifications, I came to know about various services offered by UPF. I want to know how vendors are going implement UPF for the next generation core network ? UPF has few interfaces towards other nodes such as Session Management Function (SMF), 5G RAN and external world.

posted Jan 28, 2018 by Vikram Singh

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