Older telecommunications networks weren’t built with 5G in mind. They were designed to provide voice, data, and basic connectivity services. But today, 5G is opening doors we never thought we would get a glimpse behind. Service providers are encountering new requirements, new customers, new use cases, and a myriad of connection types and in this journey, they are seeking the most effective ways to handle these increasing traffic demands.
Service isolation and stringent Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with high Quality of Service (QoS) requirements are forcing service providers to explore new solutions that allow them to keep their existing customers happy while also providing near-zero latency paths for other traffic flows.