[Shanghai, China, June 24, 2019] Recently, China Telecom, State Grid, Huawei, and IHS Markit jointly released the 5G Network Slicing Enabling Smart Grid: Commercial Feasibility Analysis report.
This was the industry's first analysis of the commercial feasibility of 5G Network Slicing-empowered smart grid from a quantitative perspective. This release marks a new stage of collaboration between operators and China's electric power industry, specifically in the 5G power slicing field. Collaboration spans the technical feasibility verification phase to the commercial feasibility exploration phase.
The report was a joint effort by:
5G Network Slicing Enabling Smart Grid: Commercial Feasibility Analysis report
Since the joint organization launched the program of 5G electricity slice forward-looking and joint innovation in September 2017, China Telecom, SGCC, and Huawei have launched a series of benchmark cooperation efforts to adopt 5G Network Slicing in smart grids. For example, the three parties jointly released a technical feasibility report entitled 5G Network Slicing Enabling Smart Grid in January 2018, and carried out the first field test of 5G power slicing over a 5G SA Network in April 2019. This time, the three parties joined hands with IHS Markit to release the 5G Network Slicing Enabling Smart Grid: Commercial Feasibility Analysis report. This was the first time they conduct the evaluations of Network Slice tenants' TCOs and carriers' ROIs from a quantitative perspective, and reach the following conclusions:
China Telecom, SGCC, and Huawei will continue to collaborate and conduct field tests for technical feasibility of power slicing in typical service scenarios, and explore business feasibility and operation feasibility of 5G Network Slicing at the same time, thus laying a solid foundation for adopting 5G Network Slicing in the energy Internet.
Download the report here: Link