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CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
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CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA
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CommunicAsia 2010 Summit Alan Hadden GSA

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Presentation by Alan Hadden, President, GSA in the Next Generation Mobile Broadband programme
CommunicAsia 2010, Singapore, 15-18 June, 2010

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  • 1. HSPA, HSPA+ and LTE Status Report Alan Hadden, President, GSA Global mobile Suppliers Association www.gsacom.com Supporting Association of CommunicAsia 2010 Summit www.gsacom.com/rss/gsanews.php4 GSA Secretariat Tel +44 1279 439 667 info@gsacom.com www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 2. Scope of presentation About the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) The mass market mobile broadband reality Network commitments, deployments, launches, subscriptions Availability of devices and segmentation HSPA Evolution (HSPA+) status worldwide LTE network commitments, deployments, prospects Spectrum for mobile broadband services  New: 2.6 GHz, and Digital Dividend  Re-farmed bands: e.g. 1800 MHz www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 3. Global mobile Suppliers Association  Representing leading GSM/EDGE, WCDMA-HSPA, LTE suppliers globally  Promoting GSM/EDGE/WCDMA and evolved systems for successful delivery of mobile broadband, enhanced multimedia, voice services  3GPP Market Representation Partner Mobile Broadband Growth reports Facts-based research by GSA Leveraging strong links in the industry UMTS 900 Global Status Objective analysis Evolution to LTE GSA surveys, reports, regular updates Evolution of Network Speeds LTE Operator Commitments Mobile Broadband Spectrum HSPA network deployments/launches EDGE Evolution WCDMA Network Launches HSPA Evolution (HSPA+) HSPA Devices availability Digital Dividend spectrum 3G Services and Applications 60+ charts, maps Mobile broadband success stories EDGE Operators Worldwide www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 4. Mass market mobile broadband now a reality GLOBAL economies of scale today with HSPA-enabled mobile broadband  341 HSPA networks commercially launched in 143 countries Over 98% of commercial WCDMA networks are HSPA-enabled HSPA supports all main cellular bands 500+ million WCDMA subscriptions (including HSPA) HSPA Operator Commitments Survey: GSA – April 16, 2010 NEW – Global HSPA Update – slide deck – www.gsacom.com www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 5. Established mobile broadband eco-system  2,349 HSPA devices launched by 230+ suppliers  610 new HSPA devices launched in previous 6 months (35% growth) 53% of devices support peak d/link data speed at least 7.2 Mps 609 HSUPA devices 42 HSPA+ devices Smartphone (i.e. HSPA with WiFi) is the main growth device segment GSA HSPA Devices Survey: April 22, 2010 Key Findings: www.gsacom.com/gsm_3g/wcdma_databank.php4 Use GAMBoD for further analysis www.gsacom.com/gambod www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 6. Mobile broadband success stories Reports from operators globally consistently confirm traffic and revenue growth GSA report - Mobile Broadband Growth www.gsacom.com www.gsacom.com/gsm_3g/info_papers.php4 www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 7. Explosion in mobile data growth predicted Leading the Mobile Broadband Revolution Ralph de la Vega, Chairman of the Board, CTIA  Mobile broadband growth outpaces every other platform**  Pew estimates that by 2020, mobile devices will be the primary Internet devices for most people in the world***  The average smartphone user generates 10 times the amount of traffic generated by the average non-smartphone user* *Source: Cisco, VNI Mobile, 2010 ** Source: CTIA, Written Ex Parte to FCC, Sept. 29, 2009 *** Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project, Dec. 2008  Worldwide Machine-to-Machine devices rise to 412 million by 2014* * Source: Juniper Research, Embedded Mobile and M2M Strategies 2009-2014, Jan. 2010 www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 8. More industry forecasts  By 2015, there will be 3.5 billion mobile broadband users around the world, compared to the 500+ million that use it at present (Ericsson)  The total data traffic volume in 2015 will be more than 30 times that of 2010. Operators will need to make capital investments to increase capacity in order to meet this demand (Analysys Mason)  Shipments of mobile broadband-enabled consumer products, which includes e-book readers, mobile digital cameras, camcorders, personal media players, personal navigation devices and mobile gaming devices will increase 55-fold between 2008 and 2014 with total shipments reaching 58 million units per year in 2014 (ABI Research) www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 9. HSPA+ is the main trend in 2010  I in 5 HSPA operators commercially launched HSPA+ 61 commercial HSPA+ networks in 34 countries • 52 networks support 21 Mbps peak • 5 networks support 28 Mbps • 4 networks support 42 Mbps By end 2010 GSA anticipates around 95 HSPA+ networks will be in commercial in service Updates on network commitments, launches, ecosystem Global HSPA+ Network Commitments and Deployments – www.gsacom.com AND HSPA+ Overview Slide Deck – www.gsacom.com www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 10. HSPA/HSPA+ evolution HSPA+ entering the mainstream HSPA+ eco-system today HSPA has a strong evolution path BandRich BandLuxe R305 Novatel Wireless Ovation MC996D BandRich C320 Novatel Wireless Ovation MC998D BandRich C321 Novatel Wireless U998 eHSPA BandRich C325 PicoChip PC302 (femtocell soc) BandRich C326 PicoChip PC312 (HSPA+ femtocell soc) Dovado 3GN Sierra Wireless Aircard 308U Dovado USB Mobile Broadband Router Sierra Wireless Aircard 310U Flycard FLY-H350 Sierra Wireless Aircard 312U DC HSPA Flycard FLY-HR5 Sierra Wireless AirCard 503 Huawei D31HW Sierra Wireless MC8700 PC Express Mini Card Huawei E1820 USB slider Sierra Wireless USB 306 Huawei E1821 Sierra Wireless USB 307 Huawei E182E Sierra Wireless USB 308 Huawei E182J Sierra Wireless USB 309 Huawei E270+ ST-Ericsson M570 Huawei E372 DC HSPA ZTE AL600 (also LTE ready)) Huawei E398 DC HSPA and LTE ZTE AL620 (also LTE ready) Huawei E511 ZTE MF10 Netcomm 3G21WN Blackjack ZTE MF662 Netcomm 3G29W ZTE MF678 Netgear MBRN3000 Netgear MBRN3300H 42 HSPA+ devices www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 11. The industry direction is to LTE - LTE is needed to accommodate huge traffic growth Year 2010: LTE performance Peak downlink: > 150 Mbps Mobile broadband is gaining momentum from Typical user speed: 10-30 Mbps widespread 3.5G deployments, flat rate data Typical user UL rate: 5-50 Mbps tariffs, and availability of internet friendly mobiles Spectrum flexibility Traffic rising/revenue falling Can use new or re-farmed spectrum, FDD and TDD Variable channel bandwidth 40x – 100x traffic increase May need to be supported Improved performance across several frequency bands Higher capacity, peak and user data rates Higher bandwidth Much lower latency “always on”; enhanced user experience LTE is essential to take mobile Lower cost IP-based flat network architecture; Low OPEX broadband to the mass market High degree of self configuration/optimization High re-use of assets including sites Complements 3G/HSPA Addresses high capacity requirements Seamless service continuity/multimode devices Next generation solution for 3GPP and 3GPP2 www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 12. Global LTE commitments 2 LTE systems launched Sweden and Norway Charts and maps are available at www.gsacom.com/news/statistics.php4 Up to 22 commercial LTE network launches anticipated by end 2010 - GSA Source of data: GSA Information Paper “Evolution to LTE” – June 7, 2010 www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 13. Spectrum for LTE deployments  An operator may introduce LTE in ‘new’ bands where it is easier to deploy 10 MHz or 20 MHz carriers for maximum benefits of using LTE  2.6 GHz band (IMT Extension band)  Digital Dividend spectrum 700, 800 MHz  or in re-farmed existing mobile bands e.g. 850, 900, 1700, 1800, 1900, 2100 MHz  Eventually LTE may be deployed in all of these bands – and others later  2.6 GHz (for capacity) and DD 700/800 MHz (wider coverage, improved in-building) is a good combination  LTE offers a choice of carrier bandwidths: 1.4 MHz to 20 MHz; the widest bandwidth will be needed for the highest speeds www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 14. Other spectrum candidates for LTE LTE FDD LTE FDD will most likely in future be deployed in TD- LTE existing cellular bands too, including: Early TDD Spectrum for LTE (TTD-LTE)  850 MHz  900 MHz  IMT Extension Center Gap 2570–2620 MHz  AWS (1700/2100 MHz)  2.3 TDD i.e. 2300–2400 MHz Future TDD possibility  1800 MHz = 3.6 GHz  1900 MHz  2100 MHz Future possibilities:  450 – 470 MHz  3.6 GHz www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 15. 2.6 GHz: a key band for LTE in Asia, Europe, MEA  Telenor and Netcom acquired 2.6 GHz spectrum and are building LTE networks in Norway  TeliaSonera launched LTE commercial service in Oslo launched on December 15, 2009  Teliasonera, Elisa and DNA have been granted licences and 2.6 GHz spectrum and will build LTE networks in Finland  TeliaSonera Sweden has launched LTE beginning in Stockholm in December 2009; now continuing deployment in more cities using nationwide 2 x 20 MHz 2.6 GHz spectrum  Tele2 Sweden and TeleNor Sweden are jointly building an LTE network (Net4Mobility) which includes spectrum sharing in 900 MHz and 2.6 GHz  In Hong Kong, 2x15 MHz blocks of 2.6 GHz FDD spectrum have been auctioned and won by China Mobile, Genius Brand and CSL Limited Europe: 2.6 GHz spectrum has also been awarded in The Netherlands, Denmark and Germany More auctions of 2.6 GHz spectrum are planned during 2010-11 Asia: 2.6 GHz spectrum has been awarded in Hong Kong SAR Consultations, trials on-going in many markets e.g Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, The Philippines MEA: Deployments, trials underway e.g Saudi Arabia, Jordan, South Africa, UAE www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 16. Digital Dividend bands New UHF Digital Dividend spectrum is becoming available in all regions  Region 1 (Europe, Middle East and Africa) identified 790-862 MHz for mobile services  Region 2 (Americas) identified 698-806 MHz  Region 3 (Asia) some countries (China, India, Japan) identified 698-862 MHz; others identified 790-862 MHz Digital Dividend Update Published by GSA – June 2010 www.gsacom.com www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 17. Europe’s first Digital Dividend spectrum auctioned  German auction covered 360 MHz across four bands: 800 MHz (DD), 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz and 2600 MHz  Bidders were Deutsche Telecom, KPN/E-Plus, Telefonica O2 and Vodafone. Auction commenced April 12, 2010  800 MHz (DD) allocations were the most expensive; 6 x 5 MHz paired blocks (791-821 MHz and 832-862 MHz)  Coverage obligations and restrictions including spectrum caps apply After 224 Rounds the auction closed on May 20, 2010 and generated €4.384 billion www2.bundesnetzagentur.de/frequenzversteigerung2010 The 800 MHz spectrum auction raised €3.576 billion i.e. over 81.5% of the auction’s value www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 18. LTE1800 – promising option LTE1800 operator trials activity e.g.: Elisa (FI) Bouygues Telecom (FR) Cosmote (GR) + several others Used with permission from Elisa www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 19. TD-LTE The LTE market will include TD-LTE as well as FDD systems Li Yizhong, Minister of Industry and Information Technology, stated that TD-SCDMA subscribers in China are expected to reach 80 million by 2011. The China Mobile TD-SCDMA system covered 284 cities by end 2009. China Mobile had 7.69 million 3G/TD-SCDMA subscribers total at end March 2010 TD-LTE is positioned as the next evolution in TD-SCDMA family and a natural progression  From 3GPP standards perspective: commonality with FDD  From vendor perspective: increasing use of software defined radio techniques  From operator perspective: spectrum availability, flexible base stations TD-LTE in trials now  China Mobile (CMCC) is currently showcasing it’s complete end-to-end TD-LTE network at the World Expo in Shanghai from May 1, 2010  The TD-LTE dongle supports streaming of 24 simultaneous video streams at a total data rate of 20 Mbps www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 20. The roadmap for LTE Excellent Mobile Broadband Today Enhanced User Experience Voice and full Range of IP Services Improved voice and data capability Rel-99 Rel-5 Rel-6 Rel-7 Rel-8 Rel-9 & beyond WCDMA HSPA HSPA+ (HSPA Evolved) Rel-8 Rel-9 Rel-10 LTE leverages new, wider and TDD spectrum LTE LTE - A 2009 - 2010 2011+ - - - - - - - - - > www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 21. LTE: the single global standard  LTE is on track, attracting global industry support.  The first LTE systems launched in 2009  LTE is the natural migration choice for GSM/HSPA operators. LTE is also the next generation mobile broadband system of choice of leading CDMA operators, who will be in the forefront of service introduction  As a result of collaboration between 3GPP, 3GPP2 and IEEE there is a roadmap for CDMA operators to evolve to LTE  The key spectrum bands for new LTE spectrum are 2.6 GHz and digital dividend bands (700, 800 MHz)  Re-farmed 1800 MHz spectrum enables LTE1800 to provide 2 times coverage compared to LTE2600  The LTE TDD mode (TD-LTE) is a real complement to LTE FDD and the perfect choice for providing high speed mobile broadband access through unpaired radio spectrum.  TD-LTE provides a future-proof evolutionary path for TD-SCDMA  With LTE we have one single global standard, securing and driving even higher economies of scale and importantly, simplifying roaming www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010
  • 22. Thank you! - keep in touch GSA Website www.gsacom.com  33,000 registered site users  RSS newsfeed www.gsacom.com Global mobile Suppliers Association © 2010

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