Understand and apply the architecture of the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) with this clear, concise and authoritative guide - now fully updated with the latest developments
Mobile Broadband and the Core Network Evolution Architecture Overview EPS Deployment Scenarios and Operator Cases Data Services in EPS Voice Services in EP Session Management and Mobility Security Quality of Service, Charging, and Policy Control Selection Functions; Subscriber Data Management Voice and Emergency Services LTE Broadcasting Positioning Offload Functions and Simultaneous Multi-Access EPS Network Entities and Interfaces Protocols Procedures Conclusions and Looking Ahead Appendices: Standards Bodies Associated with EPS Abbreviations
Magnus Olsson is an expert in system architecture and standardization at Ericsson. He has worked with the overall mobile network architecture since joining Ericsson in 1995 and has over 10 years of experience in the standardization of mobile systems. He served as the chairman of 3GPP TSG SA WG2 (Architecture Working Group) for four years and has contributed to numerous specifications within this forum. He has been involved in driving the System Architecture Evolution (SAE) work item since its inception within 3GPP. He holds an MSc in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering from the Linkoping Institute of Technology. Catherine Mulligan is a Research Fellow at Imperial College, London. Catherine's research focuses on the emerging technologies of the communications industries and the creation of new business models around the data streams associated with them. She has 15 years industrial experience in the communications industries, including 10 years at Ericsson. She holds several patents and is the author of several books on the economics and technologies of the mobile industry. Catherine holds an MPhil in Engineering and PhD in Economics from the University of Cambridge and a BSc (Hons 1) in Business Information Technology from UNSW, Australia.