Enabling ICN in 3GPP's 5G NextGen Core Architecture
draft-ravi-icnrg-5gc-icn-04

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Abstract

The proposed 3GPP's 5G core nextgen architecture (5GC) offers flexibility to introduce new user and control plane function, considering the support for network slicing functions, that allows greater flexibility to handle heterogeneous devices and applications. In this draft, we provide a short description of the proposed 5GC architecture, including recent efforts to provide cellular Local Area Network (LAN) connectivity, followed by extensions to 5GC's control and user plane to support Packet Data Unit (PDU) sessions from Information-Centric Networks (ICN). In addition, ICN over 5GLAN is also described.

Authors

Ravi Ravindran (ravi.ravindran@futurewei.com)
Prakash Suthar (psuthar@cisco.com)
Dirk Trossen (dirk.trossen@interdigital.com)
Chonggang Wang (chonggang.wang@interdigital.com)
Greg White (g.white@cablelabs.com)

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