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2020 International Conference on Information Networking (ICOIN), 2020

DOI: 10.1109/icoin48656.2020.9016484



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Management and Orchestration Architecture for Integrated Access of Satellite and Terrestrial in 5G

Proceedings article published in 2020 by Taesang Choi, Seok Ho Won, Alessandro Giuseppi ORCID, Antonio Pietrabissa, Sungoh Kwon
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Multi-RAT access network, or heterogeneous access network, is considered to be the key enabling technology to satisfy the 5G requirements, such as high data rate, ultra-low latency and reliability. To make efficient use of all the available network resources, various research activities on multi-connectivity have been proposed to simultaneously connect, steer, and orchestrate across multiple different radio access technologies. Standardization of the management and orchestration of multi-connectivity environment, however, has just been initiated, thus further research and development is required. This paper proposes a novel management and orchestration architecture for integrated access of satellite and terrestrial in 5G. It especially focuses on the traffic steering and load-balancing of heterogeneous multi-RAT access environment.