SHAPING A CONNECTED DIGITAL FUTURE    Visions, Challenges, Opportunities for Organizations and                    People i...
Contents• The Huawei European Research Centre• Future Technologies and Platforms• ConclusionsHuawei Confidential          ...
Huawei Research and Development – Global organizations- Continuous innovation investment            Major R&D investments ...
Huawei research in Europe- Locations                                     Assembling                                     st...
Huawei research in Europe- Growing investments                                     Towards a                              ...
Technology and research achievements in Europe Wireless   Radio-Frequency: Multi-band and multi-standard RRU/ RFU/ Filter...
Participation in EC Funded projects       Already active in 10 Projects: ARAGORN , FARAMIR, BONE, DICONET, CHRON, CONSERN...
Participation in Standards and regulatory bodies   Participation to all major standards developing organizations in media...
Contents• The Huawei European Research Centre• Future Technologies and Platforms• ConclusionsHuawei Confidential          ...
Main challenges of the future        1# Constantly increasing traffic demands                          2# Decoupling betwe...
Stakeholders’ view on H2020 and beyond• The Internet as such and related business models - based on content - will not cha...
Application scenario for video beyond 2020•   New video formats and codec     ›   UHDTV (Ultra High Definition TV; 7680 x ...
Application scenario for audio beyond 2020•   New 3D audio formats for UHDTV     ›   22.2 multichannel audio format: aroun...
Looking at H2020 and beyond: network and services vision           Site Capacity           Site Capacity              50Gb...
Network and services evolution                           IT - Framework                                                   ...
The new technical problems to resolve                                                                                     ...
Future Networks Security – Process      Investigation of Future Networks specific vulnerabilities              Solutions f...
Future Networks: call for papers and speakers• IEEE Communications Magazine   › Special Issue on Future Carrier Networks  ...
…with Architectural Innovation (Network IT-lization)                                  Business Requirements             Co...
Wireless Software defined network Architecture (WiSA)                                                   CP and DP separat...
SoftCOM enables Software Defined Network Decoupling of forward & control planes Centralized control and simple managemen...
Cross-Domain M2M Middleware: Architecture         Domains/            Safety critical vs. non-critical | real-time vs. del...
Contents• The Huawei European Research Centre• Future Technologies and Platforms• ConclusionsHuawei Confidential          ...
Conclusions                       The Huawei European Research Centre we will be one of                       the main att...
Thank you                                                  www.huawei.comCopyright©2012 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All ...
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  1. 1. SHAPING A CONNECTED DIGITAL FUTURE Visions, Challenges, Opportunities for Organizations and People in a Smart World - PLATFORMS TO GROW INNOVATION - www.huawei.comStockholm, 12.11.2012 Dr. David Soldani Head of Central Research Institute Huawei European Research Centre Munich, Germany http://www.items.fr/spip.php
  2. 2. Contents• The Huawei European Research Centre• Future Technologies and Platforms• ConclusionsHuawei Confidential Page 2
  3. 3. Huawei Research and Development – Global organizations- Continuous innovation investment Major R&D investments R&D focus  USD 3.76 billion in 2011 (YoY incr. of 34.2%)  Huawei’s innovation engine  70,000+ (46%) R&D employees (as of June 2012)  Navigating the company’s future  15 R&D Centers in 29 locations worldwide, of which through innovation 10 in Europe  25 Joint Innovation Centers 2012 Lab Central R&D  45 training centers worldwide.  26,539 granted patents, 90%+ invention patents Corporate Central Central HiSilicon & Competence Research Software Hardware Components Center % of revenue R&D spending 11.6% 9.7% 9.7% 9.4% 9.1% Planning Technical Cooperation Standard VB Office & Patent 2007 Media CT Security Energy Incubation Material Noah Ark 2008 IT Lab 2009 2010 lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 2011Huawei Confidential Page 3
  4. 4. Huawei research in Europe- Locations Assembling strong expertise derived from a diversified and multicultural environment and excellence in specific technology fields Huawei Confidential Page 4
  5. 5. Huawei research in Europe- Growing investments Towards a world-leading research centre for innovative technologies and platforms enabling the development of world-class products and solutions Huawei Confidential Page 5
  6. 6. Technology and research achievements in Europe Wireless  Radio-Frequency: Multi-band and multi-standard RRU/ RFU/ Filter; High efficiency Wideband PA  Chipset: RF front-end; 2G/3G/4G software defined radio RFIC for terminal; 28nm digital ASIC for baseband  Research on the 5G architecture 4G Mobile backhauling  MIMO Line of Sight Point-to-Point microwave product for Gigabits transmission over long hops  Ultra High Capacity millimeter-wave product (80 GHz), up to 2.5 Gbit/s with first on the market high spectrum efficiency 64 QAM modulation  GaAs high performance microwave components Flexible grid Bandwidth<150GHz solution1 High Speed Optical Systems λ1 λ2 λ3 λ4 100G PDM-QPSK  Designed and made to product 100 Gbit/s optical system 100G PDM-QPSK 100G PDM-QPSK  Designed, prototyped and field trial for 400 Gbit/s 400G 100G PDM-QPSK Wavelength @C band  First internal demonstrations of 1 Terabit/s optical transceiver Flexible grid Bandwidth <=100GHz Central Software Research solution2  Embedded Virtualization and Base Platform architecture for CT Cloud 200G PDM-16QAM λ1 λ2  Deep Packet Investigation (DPI) software 200G PDM-16QAM DWDM line card Wavelength @C band Huawei Confidential Page 6
  7. 7. Participation in EC Funded projects Already active in 10 Projects: ARAGORN , FARAMIR, BONE, DICONET, CHRON, CONSERN, TREND, ULOOP , FI PPP – SmartAgriFood (SAF), and METIS Looking at Horizon 2020  Huawei supporting the EU priorities on future global challenges  Huawei to legitimately contribute to EU S&T policymaking process  Huawei as a considerable EU employer EU-China Innovation Cooperation Key industry player Direct dialog with EC/MEP  EU-China Summit  DIGITALEUROPE  Direct communication  Direct communication Speech on H2020, Telecom Italia  DG CONNECT  Successful agreement, Brussels – Sept   20th Brussels - Sep 24th  Telefonica TID  CONNECT Advisory Forum for ICT Research  Member of R&D  FT/Orange R&D and Innovation (CAF) Working Group  …  Showed interest to join on Oct 26th  EU-China Seminar  Net!Works  ETNO  DG R&D and MOST, Beijing – Nov 14th  Towards H2020,  Huawei / Observer  Huawei R&D White Paper to EC / MEP Brussels – Nov 13th  FT-ETNO Summit  November 2012 (planned)  Member of R&D 2012  Open-China ICT Dialogue working Group  Member of RESI  Cloud Expert Group (Research & Innovation  Speech on Huawei R&D at EP (EC/MEP)  DG CONNECT and MIIT, Beijing – Nov  December 2012 (planned)  Active participation Working Group) 15-16th Huawei Confidential Page 7
  8. 8. Participation in Standards and regulatory bodies Participation to all major standards developing organizations in media technologies  ITU-T, WRC, ITU-R, ETSI/3GPP, ISO/IEC, IETF… Contribution to a large number of recent standards on Media Technologies  More than 100 contributions to ITU-T (Study Groups 12 and 16), 3GPP SA4 and ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29/WG11 (MPEG) Strong involvement in the development of the following standards:  ITU-T: G.711.0, G.711.1, G.718, G.718 Annex B, G.720.1, G.729 Appendix IV, G.729.1 Annexes C, D, E, F, G.722 Annexes B,C,D and G.711.1 Annexes D, E, F  ISO/IEC MPEG: Unified Speech and Audio Coding (ISO/IEC 23003-3), Compact Descriptors for Visual Search (CDVS)  3GPP: Enhanced Voice Services, Mobile 3D Video Huawei experts hold several Chairman, Rapporteur and Editor positions in ITU-T, MPEG and 3GPP Huawei Confidential Page 8
  9. 9. Contents• The Huawei European Research Centre• Future Technologies and Platforms• ConclusionsHuawei Confidential Page 9
  10. 10. Main challenges of the future 1# Constantly increasing traffic demands 2# Decoupling between revenues & traffic • Forecasts indicate a traffic growth of 500 - 1000x until 2020 • Internet economic model is the main driver • The world is going mobile [Forrester Research Inc, April 2011] 3# Decoupling between network & services 4# Energy efficiency• Huge infrastructure investments with uncertain return (ROI ) • Reduced OPEX • New network deployment possibilities • Market / regulations / perceptions Huawei Confidential Page 10
  11. 11. Stakeholders’ view on H2020 and beyond• The Internet as such and related business models - based on content - will not change, probably• Uplink traffic will be one of the main issues (carrier opportunity)• Consolidation of operators (MNO, VNO and Cables) and horizontal cooperation (including network sharing)• Carrier business model: high termination fee with unlimited voice, data and SMS “What kind of governance to “Internet will not change!” give to Internet must be “Carriers must stop blaming OTT discussed !” to damage their market!” Huawei Confidential Page 11
  12. 12. Application scenario for video beyond 2020• New video formats and codec › UHDTV (Ultra High Definition TV; 7680 x 4320 ) › New standard HEVC (Joint ITU-T/ISO) » 1920 x 1080, 60 fps → 15 Mbit/s (half the bitrate of H.264/AVC) » 7680 x 4320, 120 fps → up to 800 Mbit/s• Transition to 3D and interactive video services www.futuretimeline.net/21stcentury/2020.htm › Immersive service » High Resolution Panoramas » 3D video content with more than 2 views (e.g. lenticular displays with 8 views) › Interactive content » Select your viewpoint• Augmented Reality › Gaming, advertisement, localization, orientation › Latency http://www.imvis-eu.org/ (EU FP7 funded project)• Huge data rate will be required Huawei Confidential www.metaio.com Page 12
  13. 13. Application scenario for audio beyond 2020• New 3D audio formats for UHDTV › 22.2 multichannel audio format: around 1.5 Mbit/s › HOA: a generic 3D audio format » 4th order microphone (25 audio signals) › Interactive content » Select your viewpoint• Audio/video communication › High-quality speech and audio codec for conversational application (3GPP EVS) www.mhacoustics.com » Very high quality: Hi-Fi up to 128 kbit/s » Operators expects a mouth-to-ear delay below 200 ms with LTE (less than 35 ms for codec) » But real comfortable communication would requires a total delay < 150 ms » Packet loss rate expected to be less than 1% › Video conferencing » Immersive human interaction becomes very crucial » Roundtrip latency must be very low < 100 ms » Channel must provide graceful degradation of the service to ensure high QoE• Social network › Sharing media with your social network » Nowadays we have Smartphone with Full HD camera… » …but they will be replace by stereo-camera or even camera array » …and multi-microphone recording Huawei audio lab with 22.2 channels system• Large uplink bandwidth Huawei Confidential Page 13
  14. 14. Looking at H2020 and beyond: network and services vision Site Capacity Site Capacity 50Gbps 100Gbps Browser, Chat,…. CCN/UID File, Streaming…. Macro Micro Security…. Content Strategy, Policy.. TCP, P2P, Broadcast … Fiber, Copper, Radio Any applications (OTT) VM VM VM 100 Tbps Virtualization Decouple Computing Virtualization Physical Computing Pool (Anyx86H/W) Tera-Cell Virtual Virtual Virtual Network Network Network Network Virtualization Physical Capacity Pool (Any Network H/W) Any location Connectivity Open  Multi-tenancy  Elasticity / Openness / NaaS  Content / Information Centric Huawei Confidential Page 14
  15. 15. Network and services evolution IT - Framework CT - Framework Cloud Application/Service Layer Mgt SaaS Business Apps Network Apps Consumer Apps Communication Apps App App (M-payment) (Hosted PBX) (Data Backup) (VoIP, Video Serv.) App App App PaaS Development Test App SP Conf. Environment Environment Mgt App App IaaS Database Security Regist. VLAN Middle Ware Repos. Service overlay Service overlay Audit. Virtual Network Orchestrator Logg. (Virtual) Resource Controller Authentication & Authorization Resource Inter-Cloud VNO Admission Control Control Scheduling Resource Control Service overlay API API SLA Resources brokerage VNP Secur. Resource Abstract & Virtualization Layer API API API V- Computing V- Storage V- Switch V- Network VPN Interface Resources Resources Resources V- Database V- Firewall V- Router V- Network link Other Controller Controller Controller PIP VM VM VM VM VM VM Hypervisor Connectivity Storage CPU Physical Resource Layer (Substrate) Server Storage Network (CPU/Memory) (Hard Disk) (Elements/Interfaces/Links) Huawei Confidential Page 15
  16. 16. The new technical problems to resolve • Cloud Networking • Architectures • Protocols for carrier grade cloud interoperability • Interface and building blocks (logical • Cloud federation for greater resilience and elements), end to end (including terminals) elasticity • Autonomic elastic connectivity • Security SO (Mobility) • Optimization of virtual resource usage dealing • Vulnerabilities in architecture, characteristics Service Overlay with scale and heterogeneity and core-technologies SO (Security) Providers • Multidimensional, dynamic and large scale • Methods for security controls, including SO (QoS) resource scheduling Cyber Security FCN Generic Enablers • Portability Orch estration• Information Centric • Software Defined Networking Networking FCN • Resource description • Active objects (containing both code Physical Infrastructure Provider Physical Infrastructure Provider Physical Infrastructure Provider languages and data) in information-centric IT Connec tivity IT Storage Connec tivity Storage Connec tivity • Architecture of metadata to networks describe all IT and CT • Multi-site clouds exploitation FCN Interface FCN Interface components (optimal placement of applications in • Network and mobility a network of clouds) Routing Radio Switching Technologies Wired technologies Virtual Connected Servers Devices Content distribution & semantics operating systems • Network adaptation to applications • Algorithms for efficient data paths, end to end (including embeddings terminals) • Network as a Service (NaaS) Huawei Confidential Page 16
  17. 17. Future Networks Security – Process Investigation of Future Networks specific vulnerabilities Solutions for Future Networks security Reference Architecture Essential FN Core-Technologies Standard Technologies for Components and Characteristics Vulnerabilities methods for vulnerability Vulnerabilities Vulnerabilities security controls factors reduction  Service customer  On-demand self- • Resource  Audit  Key management  Future network service description  Certification procedures specific infrastructures  Ubiquitous language  Continuous  Enhanced  Supporting (IT) network access • Software defined security cryptography infrastructure  Resources networking monitoring  Identity  Ex: pooling • Cloud  Security as a management  Rapid elasticity in networking service  Authentication resource • Virtualization  Etc.  Authorization management • Information  Auditing  Measured centric  Etc. services for networking flexible business • Autonomic models management  Etc. • Etc. Huawei Confidential Page 17
  18. 18. Future Networks: call for papers and speakers• IEEE Communications Magazine › Special Issue on Future Carrier Networks » Full Paper Submission Deadline: 30 Nov 2012 » Decisions Notification: 28 Feb 2013 Guest Editors » Final Manuscripts Due: 31 Apr 2013 » Publication of Special Issue: June 2013 (tentative) Dr. David Soldani (Corresponding Editor) VP Huawei European Research Centre• IEEE ICC 2013 Huawei Technologies Düsseldorf GmbH Ries str. 25, 80992, Munich, Germany › Panels on Future Carrier Networks and IoT E-mail: david.soldani@huawei.com » 9-13 June Dr. Roberto Saracco Trento Node Director EIT ICTLABS v. Sommarive 18, 38123, Trento, Italy E-mail: roberto.saracco@ictlabs.eu Panel Sessions Co-Chairs David Soldani, VP Huawei ERC Munich, Germany Peter Rost, Research Scientist at NEC Labs Europe Heidelberg, Germany Huawei Confidential Page 18
  19. 19. …with Architectural Innovation (Network IT-lization) Business Requirements Control Control Control Specify Behavior on Program Program Program abstract model Abstract Network Model Map abstract model to Network Virtualization global view Global Network View Map global view to Network OS physical switches Physical Network OpenFlow?Huawei Confidential Page 19
  20. 20. Wireless Software defined network Architecture (WiSA)  CP and DP separation  Centralized Control-plane CP OpenRadio OpenCore  Programmable network and open UP capabilities  Flexible network virtualization  Backhaul-constrained radio IP coordination  User Identity (UID) enabled ultra flat networkHuawei Confidential Page 20
  21. 21. SoftCOM enables Software Defined Network Decoupling of forward & control planes Centralized control and simple management Regional DCs National DCs Small Cell Network Network IT IT Network Network Apps Control Apps Apps Control Apps RRU Cloud Cloud Cloud Cloud Cloud Cloud RNC/MME Routing OSS/BSS OSS/BSS Routing VPN/Router xGSN/EPC MPLS IPTV CDN IPTV MPLS FW/NAT Wireless Networking DPI/FW/NAT App Store App Store LB/WOC 3rd apps 3rd apps 3rd apps 3rd apps 3rd apps 3rd apps Small Cell BBU Programmable Hardware Programmable Hardware RRU WDM/OTN WDM WDM WDM PON Eth PE P P P MXU Switch Router Router Router Router OLT P2P  Programmability (P)  Openness and elasticity MXU  Network apps “Cloudlization”  Building win-win ecosystem Huawei Confidential Page 21
  22. 22. Cross-Domain M2M Middleware: Architecture Domains/ Safety critical vs. non-critical | real-time vs. delay-tolerant | .. Applications Evolving requirements COMMON SERVICE LAYER SLAs, SecLAs .. Middleware Functional Extra-functional • adaptive • agile Information management: Extraction, Quality of Inf. (QoI) • responsive dissemination .. • frugal Data management: Acquisition, Dependable + secure filtering, aggregation, dissemination .. + real-time + scalable data-driven protocols Infrastructure Computation Data Communication Model Model Model QoS, QoD, Self-* .. Sensing/ Capillary Cellular Actuation M2M Environment M2M M2M devices Cloudlets Clouds • Heterogeneity • Complexity • Failures [A. Khelil, “Towards an Universal M2M Platform”, Nov. 2012] Huawei Confidential Page 22
  23. 23. Contents• The Huawei European Research Centre• Future Technologies and Platforms• ConclusionsHuawei Confidential Page 23
  24. 24. Conclusions The Huawei European Research Centre we will be one of the main attractive platforms for carrying out research and innovation in Europe There will be new platforms bridging IT and CT resources and a light regulation framework among players (ITU – Revised ITRs) for some essential services, where reliability, quality, security and privacy are required High speed access to ICT resources along with quality, security and reliability will be the carriers’ main value proposition and the most viable way to go in Europe Huawei Confidential Page 24
  25. 25. Thank you www.huawei.comCopyright©2012 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.The information in this document may contain predictive statements including, without limitation, statements regarding the future financialand operating results, future product portfolio, new technology, etc. There are a number of factors that could cause actual results anddevelopments to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the predictive statements. Therefore, such information is provided forreference purpose only and constitutes neither an offer nor an acceptance. Huawei may change the information at any time without notice.
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