Enea joins most diverse multi-vendor 5G SA core

May 17, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Enea joins most diverse multi-vendor 5G SA core
Meeting stringent security requirements, the 5G system is already being trialled by the Norwegian Armed Forces and is a pioneering use case of network slicing in action.

Enea is part of Telenor’s trailblazing initiative to create the most diverse multi-vendor 5G standalone (SA) system, that includes Proof of Concept (PoC) of a fully secure cloud-native 5G Core for network slicing. This is ready for deployment and can support both high performance telecom and enterprise applications. Having met stringent security requirements, the system is already being trialled by the Norwegian Armed Forces and is a pioneering use case of network slicing in action.

Enea provided Telenor with its cloud-native 5G data management systems including its telco-grade fully secure Unified Data Manager (UDM) that can support up to 10 billion data entries at a rate of 1 to 500,000 transactions per second. UDM also enables automated end-to-end encrypted communications from the core to the edge. To provide robust data privacy, a critical consideration for the Norwegian Armed Forces, the UDM has built-in Subscription Concealed Identifier (SUCI) capabilities that safeguards user data. It camouflages the permanent identifier that usually accompanies a subscriber’s activity on the network.

Telenor also utilized Enea’s User Data Repository (UDR) and Authentication Server Function (AUSF) to provide best of breed 5G data management capabilities. Along with strengthening data security, it maximizes uptime by conducting automated end-to-end testing of the 5G Core. This ensures that applications on the network receive data seamlessly and perform efficiently – with five-nines reliability.


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