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Presentation given by Mike Mc Bride, Director of Technology, Ericsson at the V6 World Congress 2014.

Presentation given by Mike Mc Bride, Director of Technology, Ericsson at the V6 World Congress 2014.

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M2M deployments in SDN Enabled IPv6 Networks Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Mike McBride Director of Technology Ericsson M2M deployments in SDN Enabled IPv6 Networks
  • 2. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 2 Digital Society Sustainable World Anything that benefits from network connection will be connected 1875 1900 1925 1950 1975 2000 2025 50 B 5.0 B ~0.5 BPLACES PEOPLE THINGS Inflection points Source: Ericsson Personal mobile Global connectivity
  • 3. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 3 Connected Devices Critical CommunicationMeters and Sensors Intelligent Transport Systems › Sensor, actuators, meters, connected devices and things › Small, simple, low-cost › Low energy consumption › Long-range coverage › Connecting vehicles, transport infrastructure and transport management › Incl. safety- related services › Low delay › High mobility › Distributed embedded control & cyber-physical systems › High reliability and availability › Low delay › Autonomous operation
  • 4. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 4 Affordable and sustainable Massive growth inMassive growth in >1000x Wide range of Requirements & Characteristics speed latency Key Challenges Traffic Volume Connected Devices
  • 5. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 5 THE Networked Society ServicesDevices CloudNetwork
  • 6. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 6 Machine Type Communications Traffic safety/control Industrial application “Tactile Internet” Sensors, meters, actuators Capillary networks TEXT Simple & cheap Low energy Small data volumes Massive numbers ~1ms e2e latency Ultra reliable Highly available MTC › Ultra-long range › Low protocol overhead › Scalable Access › Spectrum sharing with LTE (< 2GHz) › Capillary Networks & short-range radio › Short TTI › Robust transmission › Fast channel assignment › Multi-path
  • 7. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 7 Cross-Domain Orchestration APIs, Exposable Services & Assets Integrated Network Control IP & Transport Mgmt & Control Access Mgmt & Control Cloud Mgmt & Control Abstraction & Virtualization Service Provider SDN & Cloud Network Data Center
  • 8. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 8 Elevating Cloud, NFV and SDN for M2M Consumer Service Provider SDN Real time cloud Enterprise Industry CLOUD NFV SP-SDN › Flexible deployments › Real time performance › Virtualized infrastructure › Relocate VNFs for network efficiency › Rapid e2e deployment › Virtualized network functions › Full personalization with service chaining › Automatic SLA & orchestration › Multi tenant separation
  • 9. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 9 Diversified wireless accesses 300 MHz 3 GHz 30 GHz 300 GHz Licensed Controlled sharing Unlicensed Spectrum toolbox
  • 10. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 10 2000 2010 20201990 3G 4G New wireless technologi Wi-Fi 5G GSM 5G Wireless access 5G = Evolution of existing standards Complementary new technologies +
  • 11. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 11 5G system Network Infrastructure Data Center Antenna Antenna Cloud Execution Environment Infra-structure layer RU Relay Device NF NFNF Device Device RU DU
  • 12. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 12 › Lots of talk about 5G – Vendors – Operators – Governments – Academia/universities › Ericsson leading the EU funded METIS project with 29 partners › The project purpose is to make technology research, align industry and regulatory bodies 5G around the world
  • 13. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 13 Sweden Finland PolandGermany France Spain Italy Greece Denmark Japan Metis consortium 5 vendors Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Huawei, Nokia, NSN 5 operators Deutsche Telekom, DOCOMO, Orange, Telecom Italia, Telefonica 13 academic organizations AAU, Aalto, CTH, HHI, KTH, NKUA, Oulu, PUT, RWTH, TB, UB, UKL, UPV Automotive industry BMW
  • 14. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 14 Deployments GE INDUSTRIAL INTERNET GE CEO Jeff Immelt at All Things Digital Massive Sensor Data Analytics Mobile Workforce Network Enabled Cloud Distributed Computing 1TB/Day
  • 15. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 15 vHGW for HOME M2M Mobile and cloud capabilities – in the fixed environment GW Personalized services Per device parental control or WiFi offload control Mapping a video surveillance camera to a certain VPN Network (cloud) based storage showing up on the local network Fixed Network Support for new M2M scenarios Quick introduction of cloud services
  • 16. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 16 › The number of connected devices will explode › IPv6 is the M2M catalyst › SDN simplifies the network › 5G is needed to fulfil the diverse requirements from the Networked Society › M2M deployments are real and creating new service offerings Summary
  • 17. Commercial in confidence | 2014-03-18 | Page 17