Tuesday 21 November 2017

A practical use of MOCN in ESN

Just came across this slide from recent DAS & Small Cells Congress where EE talked about their ESN network development. Found this particular example interesting as they talk about how the commercial user and ESN user would use the same RAN but a different core.

This ties nicely with a recent tutorial that I did on Mobile Network Sharing options. If you would like to learn more, see here.

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Unknown said...

Any particular reason for using MOCN and not DECOR for ESN

Zahid Ghadialy said...

MOCN gives independence to Home Office to be able to switch network in future or use more than one operator. Dedicated Core (DECOR) would mean it's not easy to break from the current arrangement in future.