RUDN scientists will develop an algorithm that allows telecom operators to share 5G networks
RUDN scientists will develop an algorithm that allows telecom operators to share 5G networks
Specialists from the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Telecommunications of the RUDN University and the Federal Research Center for Informatics and Management are developing algorithms with which mobile operators will be able in the future to share the radio resources of 5G networks and lease them to other companies to increase the efficiency of network use and the provision of new services.

“Providers will be able not only to“ virtualize ”the power of 5G networks, conditionally translating megahertz in which the frequency band is measured into user-friendly megabits of the Internet, but also to“ cut ”the radio network into segments to transmit them to virtual operators. At the same time, optimizing the use of 5G networks it will be that virtual operators will compete with each other in terms of the efficient use of these radio resources.
We are developing optimization models and algorithms that can be taken as the basis of Russian standards for participants in new markets for mobile services, "- Director of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Telecommunications of RUDN University, Professor Konstantin Samuylov.

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