Multi-Vendor 5G Core Networks

July 26, 2021

5G standalone (SA) operation, using a new core network, is foundational to mobile
operators seeking to offer advanced 5G services with a low cost of production. Over the
next two to three years, operators in all global regions will design, deploy, and scale 5G core networks on software-defined infrastructure. By April 2021, eight operators had already launched SA, according to the Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA), and a
further 36 have firm plans to launch in the near term. There is now a good supply of devices that support SA mode, including the iPhone 12 after the latest iOS update.

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