COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL © COPYRIGHT 2013 DIALOGIC INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.Mobile BackhaulOptimization for the4G LTE EraDanie...
2Today, mobile network managers’ decisionsare about complex dilemmasTo…or Not To…Build and risk more?To…or Not To…Leverage...
3Some known facts behind the dilemmasIncreased preference for mobiledevices as the main voice and datacommunication toolIt...
4Both Operators and Mobile Users are impactedEndless stress on mobile networksGrowing number of connectionsGrowing data ra...
5Traffic BandwidthRequirementsRevenuesTimePlanning with uncertaintyRevenue-Traffic decoupling challenges mobileoperators’ ...
6Potentially impacted traffic due to capacity bottlenecksinside the 3G network• RNC - Radio Network Controller• SGSN - Ser...
7Bookended traffic optimization as a key alternativeSBO-MB and SBO-MBXIub and Abis backhaultraffic optimization(*) Dialogi...
8(*) Dialogic® SBO-DV – QA in Q3-2013Bookended Data and Video Traffic Optimization Solutionfor the Mobile NetworkTechnique...
9In 3GPP R6RNC GGSN InternetSBODV(*)IuPS IuPS Gn GnIP IPSBODVSBODVSBODVSGSNSuited to planning for network evolution andmig...
10Dialogic® SBO Solutions - SummarySBO solutions amplify networkcapacity to leverage the currentlydeployed networkMultiply...
Dialogic and Network Fuel, among others, as well as related logos are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Dialog...
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Dialogic Presentation at Mobile Backhaul Asia 2013:

Mobile Backhaul Optimisation for the 4G LTE Era
Exploring the impact of LTE and VoIP services on bandwidth requirements
Strategies to optimise network traffic in converged 2G/3G/4G backhaul networks
Delivering QoS and QoE over any transport medium
Backhaul optimisation deployment challenges and opportunities: Lessons learned

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Mobile Backhaul Optimization for the 4G LTE Era

  1. 1. COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL © COPYRIGHT 2013 DIALOGIC INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.Mobile BackhaulOptimization for the4G LTE EraDaniel AymbinderowProduct Line Manager
  2. 2. 2Today, mobile network managers’ decisionsare about complex dilemmasTo…or Not To…Build and risk more?To…or Not To…Leverage what exists?To…or Not To…Allow more speed?To…or Not To…Migrate now?To…or Not To……There was a time when,without smartphones, tabletsand video streaming, decisionswere about a single dilemma
  3. 3. 3Some known facts behind the dilemmasIncreased preference for mobiledevices as the main voice and datacommunication toolIt is anticipated that the number ofconnected mobile devices worldwidewill exceed 10 billion in 2017Growing smartphone adoptionSurging volumes of data traffic due towidespread use of bandwidth-hungryservicesIt is anticipated that by 2017, morethan 60% of this traffic will be video201711,200,000Terabytes2012885,000TerabytesMonthly Traffic TransmittedOver Mobile Data Networkssource: Cisco Visual Networking Index – GlobalMobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2012-2017
  4. 4. 4Both Operators and Mobile Users are impactedEndless stress on mobile networksGrowing number of connectionsGrowing data rate per connectionGrowing bandwidth requirementsGrowing signaling traffic rate (UE)Threatened QoSNetwork congestion issuesBandwidth exhaustion at hot points –bottlenecksThreatened QoEA QoE below mobile subscribersexpectations could translate intosubscriber churn and lower ARPU source: Cisco Visual Networking Index – GlobalMobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2012-2017
  5. 5. 5Traffic BandwidthRequirementsRevenuesTimePlanning with uncertaintyRevenue-Traffic decoupling challenges mobileoperators’ competitivenessLimits CapEx spending capabilityTranslates into OpEx reduction plansComplex, evolving traffic and service forecasting modelsGreater sensitivity to changes in end-user/marketbehaviorAs more bandwidth and higher data rate becomeavailable, some applications increase data consumption(e.g. streaming video)Diverse QoE expectations and market segmentationBusiness, social networking, entertainment, browsing,mail, E-commerce, Facebook, YouTube,…Multiple (simultaneous) applications per user
  6. 6. 6Potentially impacted traffic due to capacity bottlenecksinside the 3G network• RNC - Radio Network Controller• SGSN - Serving GPRS Support Node• GGSN - Gateway GPRS Support Node• Node B – 3GPP Mobile Radio Station• Nb – Interface between 3G mobile gateways• IuPS - Interface between RNC and the Packet SwitchedCore Network• IuCS - Interface between RNC and the Circuit SwitchedCore Network• GN – SGSN-GGSN interface• GI – GGSN to PDN interfaceBACKHAUL EDGE COREGiTier 2 Cities Tier 1 Cities Tier 1 CitiesIubIuPS GnIuPSGnNb CS-MGWNbCS-MGWNb CS-MGWMSC &MGWMSC &MGWVoIPNode BNode BNode BNode BCS-MGWIuCSCS-MGWIuCSGGSNRNCSGSNInternetRNCSGSNIubNbIP/TDMIP/TDMIP IP
  7. 7. 7Bookended traffic optimization as a key alternativeSBO-MB and SBO-MBXIub and Abis backhaultraffic optimization(*) Dialogic® I-Gate® 4000 Session Bandwidth Optimizers- Mobile Backhaul(**) Dialogic® I-Gate® 4000 Session Bandwidth Optimizer – Core XBACKHAUL EDGE COREGiIuPSTier 2 Cities Tier 1 Cities Tier 1 CitiesIuPS Gn GnIuPS IuPSGnCS-MGWCS-MGWNb CS-MGWMSC &MGWMSC &MGWVoIPNode BNode BNode BNode BIubCS-MGWIuCSCS-MGWIuCSGGSNRNCSGSNInternetRNCSGSNSBOCX(**)SBOCXSBOCXSBOCXSBOCXSBOCXSBOCXSBOCXSBOCXSBOMB/X(*)SBOMB/XSBOMB/XSBOMB/X NbIP/TDMIP/TDMIubNbNbIPIPSBO-CXNb, IuCS and VoIP core andedge traffic optimization
  8. 8. 8(*) Dialogic® SBO-DV – QA in Q3-2013Bookended Data and Video Traffic Optimization Solutionfor the Mobile NetworkTechniques:Object Caching (HTTP)Headers Optimization (e.g. IP, TCP, UDP, GTP)GroomingPayload Lossless Compression (bit-exact characteristics)Supports mobility -- no drop of TCP sessions during NodeB handoverand during RNC relocationFull transparency to the Service Provider, the Application Provider andthe End-User (billing, content filtering, Lawful Interception, others )RNC SGSN GGSN InternetSBODV(*)IuPS GnIP IPSBODVSBODVSBODVNodeB
  9. 9. 9In 3GPP R6RNC GGSN InternetSBODV(*)IuPS IuPS Gn GnIP IPSBODVSBODVSBODVSGSNSuited to planning for network evolution andmigration towards 4G/LTE(future SBO-DV release)In 3GPP R8/ LTEeNodeBSAE-GWInternetIPS1-U S1-USBODVSBODV(*) Dialogic® SBO-DVIn 3GPP R7RNCInternetNodeBIuPSIPIuPSIuPSIPSBODVSBODVSBODVGGSN
  10. 10. 10Dialogic® SBO Solutions - SummarySBO solutions amplify networkcapacity to leverage the currentlydeployed networkMultiply network throughput byleveraging state-of-the-art video, voiceand data optimization techniquesDeliver network capacity expansion onall wireless architectures --2G/3G/4G/LTE, wireless, microwave,satelliteSignificantly expand capacity at afraction of the costDo you want to build a new network or make better useof the one you already have?
  11. 11. Dialogic and Network Fuel, among others, as well as related logos are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Dialogic Inc. and all companies controlling, controlledby, or under common control with Dialogic Inc. (“Dialogic”). The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.dialogic.com03/13

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