Chinese partially state-owned international provider of telecommunications ZTE and China Mobile has completed the automatic service provisioning pilot in the existing SPN (Slicing Packet Network) in Zhejiang, China.
According to a press release from the enterprise and consumer technology solution provider for the Mobile Internet, the Network Operation Center of China Mobile in Zhejiang teams up with equipment vendors such as ZTE to launch the pilot of automatic path calculation and service provisioning based on the 5G Super Controller (SC) layer. The pilot project complies with China Mobile's OMC System Northbound Interface Data Specifications.
ZTE provides its ZENIC ONE (UME) intelligent management, control, and analysis system to implement quick and precise service configuration data distribution under its centralized automatic path calculation capabilities.
With the system, the electronic work orders can be automatically distributed by the integrated resource management system to the ZENIC ONE system, thereby achieving automatic service configurations, said the release.
"The pilot data on the existing network shows that ZTE's ZENIC ONE (UME) intelligent management, control, and analysis system is fully compatible with the third-party SC, remarkably shortening the 5G transport service provisioning time by over 80%, avoiding manual configuration errors and strengthening the security and reliability of the provisioning process," it said.
In addition, the automatic SPN service provisioning system can also integrate resource management, scheduling, network management, and equipment into an entirely automatic process, the release added.