Globe Telecom has launched End-to-End (E2E) network slicing functionality in its 5G Standalone (SA) mobile network, the first such company to do so in the Philippines. The technology enhancement allows for the development and delivery of unique services and innovative applications, and also accommodates customers’ growing data needs, whilst ensuring low-latency services. ‘Network slicing stands out in delivering a tailored service experience for our customers based on the applications in use within the network,’ said Gerhard Tan, Globe’s Director and Head of Technology Strategy and Innovations, adding ‘As ever, we are at the forefront, pioneering digital technology innovation’.

E2E network slicing can be used for a wide range of applications, from connecting Internet of Things (IoT) devices to supporting high-bandwidth activities such as streaming videos and virtual reality. It facilitates Enhanced Mobile Broadband (EMBB), Ultra-Reliable Low Latency (URLLC), and Massive Machine Type communication (mMTC) applications.

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