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  • Welcome and self-intro by Peter, then welcome and self-intro by Ran
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  • Ran press releases event calendar Press Contacts: Michael Howard Principal Analyst & Co-Founder Infonetics Research (408) 583-3351 [email_address] view data chart Mobile operators shell out $19.5B in mobile backhaul service charges in 2006 CAMPBELL, California, April 3, 2007—Migration from TDM circuit to IP packet switching among mobile carriers has been anticipated since the debut of 2.5G data services in the mid-1990s, but exploding high speed data traffic has finally forced the migration to begin. And good timing, too, says Infonetics Research in its latest report, Mobile Backhaul Equipment, Installed Base, and Services , because mobile operators are feeling the pain of expensive mobile backhaul costs, having shelled out $19.5 billion to wireline service providers in 2006 alone. “ To handle all the voice, video, and data traffic created by the 2.5 billion mobile subscribers worldwide, operators are spending like crazy for more bandwidth,” said Michael Howard, principal analyst of Infonetics Research. “ On the bright side, they’ll get a lot more for their money in the future with next gen equipment like microwave and IP/Ethernet, which can handle 2G/3G voice simultaneously with 2.5G/3G/3.5G data and video traffic streams, and at a fraction of the cost of traditional wireline backhaul using PDH leased lines (and ATM over PDH),” Howard added. ”These improvements will allow mobile operators to slowly increase their capital investment while rapidly adding more subscribers and higher capacity services.” As noted at Infonetics’ New Options for Mobile Backhaul conference at the CTIA Wireless 2007 show last week in Orlando, some operators are already testing and trialing Ethernet backhaul, and major Ethernet deployments are expected to begin by late 2007 and will be in full swing by 2008. Report Highlights Worldwide mobile cell site backhaul equipment grew 13% to $3.9 billion between 2005 and 2006 and is forecast to grow to $6.0 billion by 2010 Worldwide mobile backhaul installed cell site connections grew 24% 2.3 million in 2006, and will grow strongly through 2010 Microwave radio makes up 80% of total mobile backhaul equipment sales and 54% of total connections in 2006 The cost per mobile backhaul connection for leased lines PDH and ATM over PDH is about two and a half times that of new wireline connections (Ethernet, DSL, cable, PON), now and in 2010 Ethernet makes up just 1% of total mobile backhaul equipment revenue in 2006, but is forecast to soar to $2.5 billion by 2010, at which time it will represent 41% of the market EMEA--with Europe, Middle East, and Africa all contributing--accounts for 43% of worldwide mobile cell site backhaul equipment revenue in 2006; Asia Pacific accounts for 30%, CALA 21%, and North America 6% Infonetics’ mobile backhaul report tracks the competitive landscape, trends, and growth areas of the mobile backhaul market, from the cell site BTS/NodeB to the BSC/RNC. The report provides worldwide and regional market size and forecasts for mobile backhaul equipment, connections, and service charges for PDH, ATM, Ethernet, SONET/SDH, DSL, PON, coax cable, microwave, WiMAX, and satellite. The report also includes top player analysis, fundamental drivers of the market, changes affecting market growth, and more. Download sample data at www.info.infonetics.com . For sales, contact Larry Howard, vice president, at [email_address] or +1 (408) 583-3335 . Infonetics Research ( www.infonetics.com ) is the premier international market research and consulting firm specializing in data networking and telecom. Services include market share and forecasting, end-user survey research, service provider survey research, and service provider capex analysis. # # #    
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20070926 13-40 Architecture for Mobile Backhaul - Final.ppt 20070926 13-40 Architecture for Mobile Backhaul - Final.ppt Presentation Transcript

  • Carrier Ethernet for Mobile Operators Overview of MEF Work for the Mobile Industry
    • Peter Croy
    • MEF Mobile Backhaul Marketing
    • Sr. Consultant,
    • HarrisStratex Networks, Inc
    • peter . [email_address] . com
    Ran Avital MEF Market Research Co-Chair Director of Strategic and Product Marketing Ceragon Networks [email_address]
  • Market Overview Trends and Figures
  • Towards Carrier Ethernet RAN Backhaul Decouple the capacity growth from the OPEX and CAPEX in the transport network Heavy reading, May 2007 Carrier Ethernet Services emerge as the natural choice. Central Office Ethernet Switch Ethernet Ethernet Backhaul Cellular Base Station
  • Ethernet Mobile Backhaul is Forecast to Soar Mobile operators shell out $19.5B in mobile backhaul service charges in 2006 Infonetics Research, April 2007 The cost per mobile backhaul connection for leased lines PDH and ATM over PDH is about two and a half times that of new wireline connections (Ethernet, DSL, cable, PON), now and in 2010 Ethernet makes up just 1% of total mobile backhaul equipment revenue in 2006, but is forecast to soar to $2.5 billion by 2010, at which time it will represent 41% of the market The MEF Work
  • Mobile Backhaul Network Market
    • Qualitative estimates for markets
      • US: ca. 90% leased lines
      • Middle East & Africa: ca. 90% microwave radio links
      • Europe: ca. 60% microwave radio links
      • World: 50% to 60% microwave radio links
      • Carrier Ethernet implementation divided roughly equal between Copper/Fiber and Wireless media
    • Projected growth focus of mobile access networks
      • US & Europe: Increase in bandwidth only to existing sites
      • Emerging markets: Build-out of new access and backhaul networks
      • Carrier Ethernet plays an important role in network growth planning
    • MEF work for mobile industry is relevant and timely
  • Backhaul Evolution Migration to Carrier Ethernet
  • Mobile Operator Challenges
    • Cost and revenue decoupling
    • Define Ethernet services
    • Multiple technologies GSM, WCDMA, CDMA2000, and WiMAX 802.16e
    • Base stations collocation
    • Leverage install base
    Business Challenges
    • Increase Bandwidth
    • Increase Reliability
    • Adapt to multiple underlying available media: Fiber, Copper and Microwave
    • Adapt to multiple migration requirements
    • Service assurance and manage SLAs in the mobile backhaul networks
    Deployment Challenges
    • Current architectures are based on GSM GERAN and UMTS release R99 UTRAN access networks
    • Migration to UMTS R5 defines an all-IP network option
  • Reality of Network Migration
    • Abis interface is TDM based and carried over E1/T1 links
    • Circuit emulation required for Ethernet transport
    GSM
    • ATM connections carried over E1/T1 IMA links
    • Circuit emulation or Pseudowires required for Ethernet transport
    UMTS R99
    • Towards IP/Ethernet
    • Split MSC architecture with IP/Ethernet interfaces
    • IP/Ethernet links between media gateways and MSC servers
    Mobile Core Network Evolution
    • EV-DO offers T1 or Ethernet interfaces at base stations
    CDMA 2000
    • has all-IP access network option
    • Suitable for Carrier Ethernet, depending on base station config
    UMTS R5
  • Advantages of Ethernet Mobile Backhaul
    • Lower CAPEX and OPEX
    • Revenue per bit
    Cost saving
    • Ethernet services scale to meet traffic demand at radio sites
    • Architecture scaleability to meet current and future mobile network dimensions
    Scalability
    • Network carriers can offer new services
    • Ease interoperability and comparability
    Standardized services
    • Ethernet allows both mobile, triple play, and enterprise services to run over the same network
    Fixed mobile convergence
    • Support legacy deployments
    Legacy support
  • MEF Mobile Backhaul Work Work Groups, Scope and Timeline Under discussion
  • MEF Work Groups for Mobile Industry
    • Carrier Ethernet for Mobile operator network evolution
      • Mobile operator defined by using mobile networks as per GSM, 3GPP/3GPP2 (UMTS, CDMA2000) or IEEE802.16e (mobile WiMAX)
      • Carrier Ethernet is PHY independent – It can be transported over copper, optical, or wireless media
    • Marketing working group
      • Focus on industry education and market research
      • Participate in mobile industry trade shows and conferences
      • Liaise with analyst and telecoms press
    • Technical working group
      • Technical project defines a Service Implementation Agreement (IA) for Carrier Ethernet services in mobile operators backhaul networks
      • MEF Service IA release planned for Q4/2008 or earlier
      • Liaise and work with other organizations, e.g. MFA Forum
  • Technical workgroup scope and deliveries
    • Single MEN
    • Define Ethernet services
    • RAN backhaul part of mobile backhaul
    • GSM, WCDMA, CDMA2000, and WiMAX 802.16e
    • ‘ Transparent’ or out-of-MEN sync methods
    • 4 main use cases
    Scope of Phase 1
    • Main use cases
    • Ethernet Service Types
    • CoS
    • Performance
    • Synchronization
    • Ethernet OAM
    • Protection and fault recovery
    • UNI Type definition
    Recommendations Project deliverable: Service Implementation Agreement (IA)
  • Technical Project Timeline
    • 07 Q1 – Present project proposal to Technical Committee (TC)
    • 07 Q2 – Use case specifications for Implementation agreement (IA)
    • 07 Q3 – Initial draft of implementation agreement
      • Industry Survey Launch
    • 07 Q4 – Approved draft, first straw ballot on implementation agreement
    • 08 Q4 – Letter ballot of IA (might be earlier)
    Process is on track. Interop lab demos based on IA draft are expected in 2008 Now
  • MEF Mobile Backhaul Work Reference Model and Use Cases Under discussion
  • New Terms for Mobile Backhaul Services
    • RAN CE – generic term for mobile radio access network node or site; may depict both RAN NC & RAN BS nodes
    • RAN NC – a RAN network controller or network controller site
    • RAN BS – a RAN base station or base station site
    • RAN I/F – a non-Ethernet based interface between a RAN CE and GIWF
    • GIWF – Generic Inter-working Function; enables a RAN CE with a RAN I/F to connect to a UNI
    RAN NC RAN BS RAN Backhaul Network (MEN) UNI RAN BS UNI UNI GIWF RAN I/F UNI GIWF RAN I/F RAN NC RAN CE
  • Mobile Backhaul Use Case Model 1a 1b 2a 2b Use Case 1 : Legacy transmission support Use Case 2 : Use of MEF UNI/EVC attributes
  • Summary
    • MEF work is on track and main deliverables are currently being finalized:
      • CoS recommendation
      • Synchronization
      • Ethernet OAM
      • Protection and fault recovery
      • UNI type definitions
      • Performance recommendation
    • MEF Carrier Ethernet services are ready for mobile backhaul prime time
  • More at www.MetroEthernetForum.org/presentations.htm You are invited to join, contribute or just follow up with the MEF work on Mobile Backhaul