network slicing definition

Definition of network slicing : noun

  1. As defined by NSA, a network slice is "an end-to-end logical network that provides specific network capabilities and characteristics to fit a user’s needs. Although multiple network slices run on a single physical network, network slice users are authenticated for only one network area, enabling data and security isolation." Network slicing is a fundamental capability of 5G networking.
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