4.1.3 Intent expectations for different types of management needs

28.3123GPPIntent driven management services for mobile networksManagement and orchestrationTS

Intent expectations for different types of management needs.

  • Intent expectation for delivering network and service related object: enables a consumer to express the intent expectation for the object (e.g. network, service, slice) to be delivered by the system. Examples of such intent expectations are:

– “Delivering a radio network in the specified area with specified frequency information, transport information, and radio information (e.g. range of PCI, Cell Id), network capacity and performance information”

– “Delivering a radio service in the specified area with certain service characteristics (e.g. SLS)”.

  • Intent expectation for network and service related object performance: enables a consumer to express the performance objectives of the object (e.g. network, service, slice) to be assured. Examples of such intent expectations are:

– “Ensure the radio network in the specified area meets certain expected RAN UE throughput objectives (e.g. expected average RAN UE DL throughput, expected percentage of UE with the RAN UE DL throughout less than 5Mbps)”

– “Ensure the radio network in the specified area meets certain expected coverage objectives (e.g. expected coverage ratio, expected average RSRP)”.