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  • 1. Youssef SimonoglouSolutions ArchitectOctober 9th, 2012
  • 2. • Technology Trends• Solution Overview• Unified Wireless Access• Next Generation Hotspot• 3G Integration• Customer References
  • 3. Wifi Technology Trends© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 3
  • 4. Did you know ? Mobile data traffic grew 159% More than 50% is already video 2010 2009 Connection speeds Doubled Tablets & Smartphones represent highest growth Smartphones category Only 13% of handsets But 78% of Traffic = x 5 Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index 2011© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 4
  • 5. Are you ready for this? 2015 About 67% Mobile data grow rate will be 2010 Will be video x3 faster than fixed IP traffic Mobile data to grow x 26 growth Avg. mobile user to generate about 15 billion(2 per Connected devices 1GB /month capita) Comparing to 63MB today Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index 2011© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 5
  • 6. 80% of the time users are 19 out of 20within Wi-Fi coverage nomadic use smartphones support Wi-FiMostly 50% of smartphone usage is already on Wi-Fi 100% 50% 50% 23% 0% 2010 2011Sources: Cisco Visual Networking Index, 2011; Bango Inc., February 2011; North Carolina State Univesity, Cisco IBSG 2011
  • 7. Wi-Fi as a hotspot Wi-Fi as a mobile offloadtechnology: a wireline technology: a cellularservice network optimization tool2009 2010 2011 2012 Wi-Fi as a platform for: • Service innovation • Revenue growth • Experience transformation
  • 8. Four Pillars Key SP Wi-Fi Requirements Mobility, Carrier-Grade, Scalability, Security Intelligent Unified Seamless Converged Core Radio Architecture Experience Cisco Solution Pillars© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 8
  • 9. Four Pillars Intelligent Radio Unified Architecture Seamless Experience Converged Core• Fast and real time L2 & L3 • Single architecture spanning • Effortless authentication and • Intelligent Gateway handoff and scalability the multiple WiFi deployments roaming • Centralized access and• Complete portfolio of indoor • System-wide management • Open or secure access with control and outdoor 802.11n APs and monitoring for indoor and expanded hotspot eco-system (for example, 3G offload) outdoor networks• CleanAir improves network • Clientless integration into • Charging and policy- reliability with sophisticated • Single Security, Mobility and legacy core networks enforcement spectrum intelligence built in Inter-operability point (for example, Tiered-services, • Client based seamless inter- parental controls)• ClientLink to improve network • Ready for migration to Next technology handover between throughput and coverage Generation Hotspot with WiFi and Cellular • Leveraging existing simple software upgrade investment in policy and charging infrastructure (PCRF/OCS/CGW)
  • 10. Mobile Packet Core Access Aggregation Subscriber Policy Layer HLR/HSS Policy Web DHCP Server Portal Server Access MobileReal, Relevant, Metro WiFI Subscriber Policy Layer AAA Server Policy Server Web Portal DHCP Server Converged Network SPSurprising and Fresh: Hot Spot/Resid ASR 5000 CoreCisco Brand ential Controller (Static) ISG/ASR1K Internet/Core VideoSpeaker Name Seamless Audio ServersSpeaker Title Experience Metro WiFI Open/Walled GardenDate Unified Architecture Radio Intelligence Access Network SP
  • 11. Network Control System (NCS) Mobility Service Engine (MSE) Wireless LAN Controller (WLC) Wi-FiAccessPoints (AP)
  • 12. ClientLink Radio Resource ManagementBeamforming: focusing RF energy towards clients RF made easy • Automates RF management• Up to 87% throughput improvement • System wide RF view• 20% range increase • Enables full RF Visibility• Tested & validated byCleanAir VideoStreamSilicon-based spectrum analyzer Wireless optimized for video• Automatically mitigate impact of wireless interference • Video quality optimization• Self-healing, optimization • Resource reservation and streaming prioritization• Network-wide visibility • Reliable multicast
  • 13. OUTDOOR INDOOR • 1550 Series—four models • 1040, 1140 or 1260 Series • 3500 and 3600 Series • Multiple backhaul capability • 2x3:2 MIMO • 2x3:2 and 4x4:3 MIMO (fiber, copper, cable, mesh) • RF excellence with: • RF excellence with: • Power flexibility (AC, DC, PoE, ClientLink All the other features + PoC) BandSelect CleanAir RRM ClientLink 2.0 (3600) • Dual radio APs and dual band VideoStream stick antennas • RF excellence with: CleanAir (on 2.4 Ghz) ClientLink RRM (on 2.4 Ghz) Band Select Cisco Confidential 13© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 13
  • 14. • RNC-like architecture for centralized control• The only way to deploy and manage large networks• Standard-based: IETF RFC 5415 (CAPWAP)• Enables zero-touch configuration: accelerates deployment time, improves ISP’s time-to-market• Guarantees network security and real-time mobility• Facilitates the integration to the Core
  • 15. Campus and Full Service Branch NEW 8510Features / Performance WiSM2 • Local mode + 5500 Flexconnect • High Scale & Throughput 2500 • SP Wi-Fi SRE- NEW WLCM2 7500 Virtual • Maintain positioning - Flexconnect only Controller • Roadmap for greater scale Scale
  • 16. Cisco NCS Management Platform for Lifecycle Management of Wireless networks Access Points Radio Resource Mgmt WLAN Controllers Planning Tools Troubleshooting Alarm Monitoring© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 16
  • 17. Next Generation Hotspot© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 17
  • 18. Cellular Mobility Experience on Wi-Fi GSM NGH Turn on phone and get Turn on device and get secure cellular connectivity secure Wi-Fi connectivity Automatic. Secure. EAP-Based.© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 18
  • 19. Hotspot NGH Authentication and Roaming (Today) (HS2.0 Spec) Network Discovery and Selection SSID 802.11u L2 Authentication None 802.11x Layer 2 Air Encryption None 802.11i WebAuth EAP-SIM, L3 Authentication WISPr AKA, TLS, TTLS Hotspot Network Untrusted Trusted IPR No Yes Interoperable No Yes© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 19
  • 20. Can you tell me your network info? Regular Hotspot 2.0 Before I associate? Client Client Manual Setup 1. Power-on or unlock the phone Automatic Setup 2. Select Wi-Fi network 1. Power-on or unlock the phone (vulnerable to rogue AP) 2. Handset automatically validates network and 3. Go to Webauth initiates connection. 4. Browse webpage and enter right credential, usually ID/PWD 5. Choose roaming plan NAI Realm / 3GPP Cellular Info 6. Start Internet Domain Name (hotspot operator’s FQDN = Fully Qualified Domain Name) HS2.0 Info Yes! Here it is: PLMN ID: {415, 03} EAP Method = EAP-SIM• Makes Wi-Fi easy-to-use and secure like 3G cellular• 802.11u enabled network is compatible with non-11u devices!
  • 21. • Samsung Galaxy S2 (GT-i9100)  Android 2.3.x Based  Support EAP-SIM, AKA,TLS,TTLS  Device that selected for WBA Trial • LG Optimus Sol (E730)  Android 2.3.x based  Support EAP-AKA, TLS, TTLS  WFA HS 2.0 Certification Target model • Intel Chipset – Laptops w/62230 chipset  Windows 7 based  Support EAP-SIM, AKA,TLS,TTLS© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 21
  • 22. • HS2.0 SIG Developed HS2.0 use cases and specification Launched the HS2.0 certification program in the WFA• WFA Developed Marketing Requirements Document (MRD) for the Certification Completing standardization of the HS2.0 Specification Liaising HS2.0 with other ITAs to keep ecosystem aligned Interoperability Test Events and Plugfests• WBA/GSMA Inter-carrier roaming across WLAN and GSM networks Enable Ubiquitous Authentication & Access ITA – Industry Trade Assoc. SIG – Special Interest Group
  • 23. 2010.12 • World First, Full NGH AP/WLC developed by Cisco 2011.1 • AT&T, Orange, BT, PT, PCCW joined NGH roaming demo at MWC 2011 • World First NGH Phone (Samsung Galaxy S) delivered 2011.1 • World First Live NGH with Samsung and HTC runs at MWC 2011 2011.2 • First Live NGH demo with Samsung and HTC at CTIA 2011 2011.4 • World First Live, Multi-Vender, Interoperable NGH runs at Paris by Cisco with Samsung, 2011.6 HTC and Intel (client) • First two independent operators on planet perform NGH roaming between Orange and2011.11.11 Smart while at RT20 in Singapore WBA meeting • August 2011 – January 2012 – WBA NGH Trial conducted for HotSpot 2.0 based roaming,2011-2012 interoperability and messaging Trial co-chaired by Cisco (John Smith ) • WBA Announces Phase 1 NGH Trial success at MWC 2012 2012.2 © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 23
  • 24. Wifi and 3G Integration© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 24
  • 25. Direct WiFi Access WiFI AAA, etc IP Backhaul Direct WiFi Access Mobile Packet Core SP AAA, etc IP RAN GGSN HA Private SGSN SP services Direct WiFi Access •WiFi traffic routed directly to the peering point and Internet •Separate subscriber and policy control •Separate session anchor for 3G and WiFi Native© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 25
  • 26. Integrated WiFi Off-load 3G Architecture WiFI AAA, etc IP Backhaul Direct WiFi Access Client Mobile Packet Core SP AAA, etc IP RAN Integrated TTG GGSN WiFi eWAG HA Private SP SGSN services WiFi traffic integrated into Mobile Packet Core •Control and data integration •All services in the mobile packet core are available to the user even when he connects over WiFi •Mobile billing available for WiFi traffic •Access agnostic Lawful Intercept Native© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 26
  • 27. All Client-less and Client-based configurations supported WLAN AAA 3GPP Converged, AAA Policy, Charging and Billing Systems Devices Trusted Wi-Fi IP Core Clientless – IPSG (IP) Un Tunneled User Data (IP) IPSG Clientless Per User PMIPv6 Tunnel MAG (PMIPv6) MAG Clientless eWAG (GTPv1) Un Tunneled User Data (IP) P-GW eWAG Per User GTP Tunnel GGSN Clientless 3GPP2 Per User PMIPv6 Tunnel HSGW Clientless 3GPP Per User GTP Tunnel SGSN 3G Cellular Secure Client based iWLAN Per User IPSec Tunnel GTP (Gn) TTG Mobile Packet Core Untrusted Wi-Fi© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 27
  • 28. Common Authentication EAP SIM Diameter - Wx SIGTRAN - MAP HLR AAA PCRF OCS Gx Gy UTRAN Iub Gn UMTS SGSN GGSN Gi EAP SIM Supplicant Operator IP Service WLAN AAA Domain WiFi© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 28
  • 29. Mobile Packet Core (UMTS) Wx HLR AAA PCRF OCS Gx Gy UTRAN Iub Gn UMTS SGSN GGSN Gi Operator IP Service Domain© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 29
  • 30. Integrated WiFi and UMTS Wx HLR AAA PCRF OCS Gx Gy UTRAN Iub Gn UMTS SGSN GGSN Gi Client Wm Wu: IPSec/IKEv2 eWAG Operator IP WLAN SWn Service Domain IPSG WiFi IP TTG PGW/LMA Migration to PMIPv6 4G underway© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 30
  • 31. Enhanced Charging Service Traffic Packet Optimization Stateful Firewall In-line Content Filtering Application Detection & Control Network Address Translation Services Policy Enforcement Header Enrichment IMS Policy and Charging Control Network Management Network P-CSCF, I-CSCF, S-CSCF, A-BG PCRF Reporting, Intracer, EMS Function UMTS CDMA Femto/Wifi WiMAX LTE Modules SGSN, GGSN PDSN, HA, HSGW PDG /TTG, eWAG, HNGW ASN GW MME, SGW, PGW, ePDG Cisco Intelligent Cisco Management Platforms ASR 5000 System for ASR 5000© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 31
  • 32. Wifi Customer References© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 32
  • 33.  In-flight Wi-Fi  Retail hotspots  Over 25,000 Cisco access  Over 100,000 Cisco access Customized for each airline 3G offload  points points  Stadiums  Mix of indoor, outdoor, venue  Wholesale offload Most widely deployed access points in the world  Over 25,000 Cisco access  Nearly 12 million APs deployed, 65%+ share points  200+ Service Providers using Cisco SP Wi-Fi  Over 10,000 locations Cisco Confidential – Shared Under NDA Only
  • 34. “For larger statements and quotes, use this slide layout to format the long references in all of your presentations.”Source Name Placement
  • 35. Industry’s first chip level proactive and automatic interference protection BEFORE AFTER Wireless interference decreases CleanAir mitigates RF interference reliability and performance improving reliability and performance Wireless Client Performance AIR QUALITY PERFORMANCE AIR QUALITY PERFORMANCE Cisco CleanAir – Improves Performance and Predictability
  • 36. Simplify IT operations with automatic / dynamic RF management BEFORE AFTER Manual RF management Dynamic RF management, system wide Simplify RF Manageme nt Channels Power CoverageManual Channel Assignment Dynamic Channel AssignmentManual Transmit Power Adjustment Dynamic Transmit Power AdjustmentManual Coverage Hole Dynamic Coverage HoleDetection/Mitigation Detection/Mitigation Cisco RRM - Improves Predictability and Performance
  • 37. Advanced beam forming technology improves wireless client performance BEFORE AFTER Beam not directed towards clients Beam directed towards client resulting in resulting inconsistent performance consistent experience and better performance 802.11a/g (ClientLink) or 802.11a/g (ClientLink) or 802.11a/g/n (ClientLink 2.0) Wireless Client 802.11a/g/n (ClientLink 2.0) X Beam Strength Performance Beam Forming 802.11n 802.11n Cisco ClientLink - Improves Predictability and Performance
  • 38. Wired-like video delivery over wireless BEFORE AFTER No resource reservation, degraded Stream prioritization, resource reservation, voice and video, cannot deliver multicast reliable multicast over wireless Global Enterprise CEO M&A Sports CEO M&A Sports Meeting Negotiation Event Meeting Negotiation Event Cisco VideoStream – Improves Predictability and Performance
  • 39. Automatic band steering and selection for 5GHz capable devices BEFORE AFTER All clients crowd the 2.4GHz 5GHz capable clients are automatically spectrum lowering performance moved to cleaner 5GHz spectrum Wireless Client Performance 2.4GHz 2.4GHz 2.4GHz 5GHz 5GHz 2.4GHz Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed5GHz Capable 5GHz Capable 2.4GHz Capable 5GHz Capable 5GHz Capable 2.4GHz CapableCisco BandSelect - Improves Predictability and Performance

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