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ETSI - GS MEC 003

Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC); Framework and Reference Architecture Disclaimer

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 December 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 21
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The present document provides a framework and reference architecture for Multi-access Edge Computing that describes a MEC system that enables MEC applications to run efficiently and seamlessly in a multi-access network. The present document also describes the functional elements and the reference points between them, and a number of MEC services that comprise the solution. It finally presents a number of key concepts related to the multi-access edge architecture.

Document History

GS MEC 003
December 1, 2020
Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC); Framework and Reference Architecture Disclaimer
The present document provides a framework and reference architecture for Multi-access Edge Computing that describes a MEC system that enables MEC applications to run efficiently and seamlessly in a...
January 1, 2019
Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC); Framework and Reference Architecture
The present document provides a framework and reference architecture for Multi-access Edge Computing that describes a MEC system that enables MEC applications to run efficiently and seamlessly in a...
March 1, 2016
Mobile Edge Computing (MEC); Framework and Reference Architecture
The present document provides a framework and reference architecture for Mobile Edge Computing that describes a mobile edge system that enables mobile edge applications to run efficiently and...

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