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IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation
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IP Mobile Backhaul Presentation

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A presentation on IP Mobile Backhaul from Aviat Networks (previously Harris Stratex Networks). …

A presentation on IP Mobile Backhaul from Aviat Networks (previously Harris Stratex Networks).

Wireless backhaul solutions enabling the 4G/LTE future.

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  • All of us have experienced the tremendous growthin worldwide telecommunications.Drivenby mass market demand for broadband services, voice and video communications, and the explosion of mobile data services, the telecommunications market is experiencing extradordinary opportunities for many companies, including ours.According to the Yankee group …….Mobile subscriber growth will explode from 1B to 3.5B subscribers in 3.5 YearsIt will result in more Mobile lines than fixed in the developing world such as Africa and India.Smartphones, such as the Apple iPhone, will continue to generate significantly higher data usage than more basic mobile phones. The attractive services enabled by smartphones will cause their proportion of the total number of 3G devices to increase from 8% at the end of 2008 to 36% at the end of 2014. The overall mix of wireless network traffic will change significantly between 2009 and 2014, with traffic-intensive data services dominating the mix. By 2014, data services will account for 99.4% of all service usage. Video streaming and downloads will contribute the largest proportions of total data usage, at 56.4% in 2014. This is because video services will require a relatively high data rate and will be popular services, being adopted by many users and used for a significant period of time. Broadband will drive 80% of mobile traffic, and exceed two exabytes per monthTo meet these growing demands, backhaul expansion will be required
  • Operators are under tremendous pressure to expand services and market reach, through the introduction of new differentiated services and address new and emerging markets. Operators like AT&T are struggling to cope with new Smartphone driven data demand and are scrambling to add network capacity, while also preparing for the introduction of 4G/LTE. To do this they must transform network infrastructure to all-IP to increase capacity, flexibility, at lower operational cost. However they often lack time, resources and expertise
  • The broadband explosion is already here with the surge in popularity of new data-enabled cellphones, which enable users to download gigabytes of data over mobile connections. AT&T, as one of the first operators to adopt the iPhone, is at the forefront of this trend, and has suffered well-publicized network problems due to massive growth in broadband data adoption, and are now scrambling to add network capacity in the form of new 3G cellsites and additional backhaul capacity.But AT&T will not be unique. Other operators such as O2 in the UK are now seeing the same demand, with similar network issues.
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    • 1. Wireless backhaul solutions Enabling the 4G/lte future<br />ip Mobile backhaul solution<br />
    • 2. Global Broadband Data Explosion<br />Mobile subscriber growth<br />1B to 3.5B subscribers in 3.5 Years<br />More Mobile lines than fixed in the developing world<br />Demand for Smart phones<br />Data traffic volume from mobile devices growing by more than 10X per year<br />Broadband video will drive 80% of mobile traffic<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />2<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />Backhaul capacity expansion is required <br />Source: Yankee Group<br />
    • 3. The Operators&apos; Dilemma<br />Operators must expand their market reach and introduce new differentiated services<br />Their Networks need to be upgraded to keep up with Smartphone driven data demand and prepare for 4G/LTE<br />However they often lack time, and internal resources and expertise<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />3<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 4. The Broadband Data Explosion – the AT&T experience<br />6,732% growth in traffic in past 13 quarters<br />3% of users generate 40% of traffic<br />Added 2,000 new cellsites and 100,000 backhaul circuits in 2009<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />4<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />Sources: Ralph de la Vega, AT&T, New York December 9, 2009<br />
    • 5. More and More Cellsites<br />Nearly 1 million new sites worldwide by 2013<br />Fiber is the natural choice for LTE backhaul, but connects less than 20% of sites today<br />Copper lines will not provide the capacity scalability needed<br />Microwave is the natural choice for sites where fiber cannot reach economically<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />5<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />Source: Ovum, Wireless Backhaul Forecast 2009-2015, November, 2009<br />
    • 6. More and More Capacity<br />Backhaul capacity growth for high-demand urban cellsite is129% CAGR<br />25 Mbit/s today to up to 300 Mbit/s in 3 years<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />6<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />Source: Morgan Stanley, The Mobile Internet Report, December 15, 2009<br />
    • 7. The Mobile Internet Tsunami meets the Backhaul Bottleneck<br />Backhaul is the central battleground for LTE network migration<br />Even now backhaul is not meeting the demand of 3G/HSPA<br />LTE backhaul requirements are still not well understood by operators<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />7<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 8. Mobile Backhaul Networks Must Evolve<br />Mobile backhaul networks must evolve<br />Maintain essential high- quality TDM voice services<br />Gradual migration path to all-IP for next generation 4G/LTE<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />8<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />Transition<br />Maintain<br />Transform<br />
    • 9. Evolved Mobile Backhaul Network<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />9<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />Primary Reference Clock , 1588v2 Master<br />NxE1/DS1 TDM<br />Ethernet/IP<br />~<br />BSC<br />~<br />IP/Eth/MPLS<br />Hybrid TDM + Ethernet/IP<br />~<br />~<br />~<br />MME<br />MGW<br />IP/Ethernet<br />MPLS R4<br />LTE CORE<br />~<br />~<br />aTLA<br />~<br />2G/3G/<br />LTE/WiMAX<br />RNC<br />Sync Ethernet<br />S-GW<br />~<br />~<br />BSC<br />Cellsite Gateway<br />Aggregation Gateway<br />~<br />~<br />~<br />Distributed Sync Delivery Point<br />Metro/Core Gateway<br />1588v2 Slave<br />~<br />CORE<br />ACCESS/LOW-RAN<br />AGGREGATION/Hi-RAN<br />METRO<br />
    • 10. The Wireless Experts in Advanced IP Network Migration<br />Aviat delivers best-of-breed technologies and has a well earned reputation for working by the side of its customers as they evolve their wireless infrastructure into an advanced IP network<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />10<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 11. Innovation is in our DNA<br />We helped build the world’s mobile communication infrastructure<br />Now we are solving the toughest problem for next generation mobile networks – the evolution to all-IP backhaul<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />11<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 12. 4G Wireless Backhaul for 4G Networks <br />Our Eclipse™ Packet Node platform combines a smooth migration path with LTE-readiness<br />Consistently rated #1 by Tier 1 operators worldwide<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />12<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 13. Eclipse™ Packet Node<br />Highly scalable capacity throughput to 2 Gbit/s to meet the demands of LTE<br />Hybrid TDM+Ethernet or all-IP transport<br />Efficient nodal architecture simplifies networks and lowers operational costs<br />Embedded Ethernet/IP intelligence and QoS<br />Ultra reliable with proven field performance<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />13<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 14. Microwave Backhaul Capacity Evolution<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />14<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />Payload, Mbit/s<br />2,000<br />Eclipse<br />Packet Node<br />1,000<br />Metro<br />Transport<br />620<br />Eclipse<br />380<br />200<br />155<br />Access <br />Backhaul<br />40<br />6<br />5<br />6<br />11<br />40<br />2<br />70<br />90<br />7/8<br />23<br />18<br />Frequency Band, GHz<br />
    • 15. A Multi-Service, Multi-Architecture platform<br />All-TDM (E1, E3, STM1)<br />Hybrid TDM+IP<br />All-IP<br />Split-mount or all-indoor architecture options<br />Terminal, repeater or complex nodes<br />Full protection options<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />15<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />All Indoor RF Unit (IRU, US only)<br />Compact Outdoor<br />RF Unit (ODU)<br />Modular Indoor Unit (INU)<br />
    • 16. Gigabit IP transport for 4G/LTE Networks<br />The only microwave transport platform to provide a complete convergence solution<br />Highest nodal switching capacity <br />Highest radio throughput on the market <br />Hybrid or pure-packet transport<br />Increased packet intelligence<br />Ethernet aggregation and OAM<br />‘Distributed Sync’ over all-IP networks<br />Integrated timing over packet networks<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />16<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 17. Eclipse Intelligent Node Unit<br />The most compact nodal solution on the market<br />Single indoor unit supporting multiple radio paths<br />Hot-swappable radio and data access modules<br />Support for all traffic types<br />Cable-less traffic connections<br />Complete solution in one box<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />17<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 18. Multi-Service Gateway<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />18<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />Copper<br />Carrier<br />Ethernet<br />Fiber<br />Radio<br />TDMoIP<br />PWE<br />Native<br />TDM<br />
    • 19. Eclipse Packet Node Hybrid Architecture<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />19<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />500 Mbit/s<br />DAC 16x<br />Native TDM<br />1-16xE1/DS1<br />RAC 6X<br />500 Mbit/s<br />2 Gbit/s<br />RAC 6X<br />NCM<br />TDMoIP<br />1-16xE1/DS1<br />500 Mbit/s<br />RAC 6X<br />500 Mbit/s<br />DAC GE<br />Native Eth/IP<br />1-4xGigE<br />RAC 6X<br />INUe<br />
    • 20. The Leading Nodal Packet Transport Platform<br />Multi-gigabit aggregate nodal switching capacity<br />Next-generation Layer 2 Ethernet switch<br />Enhanced traffic processing for maximum throughput<br />Adaptive Coding and Modulation<br />Next generation modem technology<br />Co-channel operation with XPIC<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />20<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 21. The Key Solution for IP Wireless Network Evolution<br />Manage your explosive packet traffic growth <br />with industry leading transport capacity<br />Extend your investment <br />With seamless and low risk network migration, with continuity of existing TDM services<br />Simplify your Network <br />With a converged backhaul/transport solution<br />Reduce capital and operational network costs<br />JANUARY 28, 2010<br />21<br />AVIAT NETWORKS |<br />
    • 22. AVIATNETWORKS.COM<br />

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