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The Fourth Generation (4G) of cellular communications based on the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard promises much great network capacity. This greater supply of bandwidth will stimulate the ...

The Fourth Generation (4G) of cellular communications based on the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard promises much great network capacity. This greater supply of bandwidth will stimulate the development, implementation and operation of many new applications, each with very unique quality of service, bandwidth, and performance needs.

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  • RCReports CornerSelf Organizing Networks (SON) Challenges andMarket Opportunities for LTE and beyond, Third Edition
  • DescriptionDescriptionReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comThe Fourth Generation (4G) of cellular communications based onthe Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard promises much greatnetwork capacity. This greater supply of bandwidth will stimulatethe development, implementation and operation of many newapplications, each with very unique quality of service, bandwidth,and performance needs.
  • Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comThe Fourth Generation (4G) of cellular communications based onthe Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard promises much greatnetwork capacity. This greater supply of bandwidth will stimulatethe development, implementation and operation of many newapplications, each with very unique quality of service, bandwidth,and performance needs. It will be a much more complex networkand this will facilitate a need for improved operations and OSS. Akey driver for improving OSS for 4G systems, the so called SelfOrganizing Network (SON) has been introduced as part of the3GPP LTE network framework. SON is expected to be deployedover time and ultimately have a dramatically positive effect onnetwork operations and OSS. This research evaluates SONcapabilities, vendors, and solutions. It analyzes the function ofSON relative to LTE and evaluates the benefits of deployment andoperation. The report also discusses the future of SON beyond4G.
  • Brief SummaryBrief SummaryReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.comThis research includes a forecast for overall OSS/BSS revenue.Target Audience: • Mobile network operators• Wireless devicemanufacturers• Wireless infrastructure providers• OSS/BSSvendors and service providers• Network optimization serviceproviders• LTE application developers and service integrators•Managed service providers and service bureau organizations.
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 72.0 INTRODUCTION 92.1 SELF ORGANIZING NETWORKS ECONOMIC BENEFITS 122.1.1 NETWORK AUTOMATION 122.1.2 ENERGY SAVINGS 132.1.3 REDUCTION IN EQUIPMENT REQUIRED 133.0 LTE OVERVIEW 143.1.1 FDD LTE 153.1.2 TDD LTE 163.1.3 LTE ADVANCED. 173.1.4 LTE NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE 183.1.5 THE EVOLUTION TO 4G AND BEYOND 273.2 LTE SUBSCRIPTIONS WORLDWIDE 424.0 EVOLVED PACKET CORE (EPC) 434.1 THE BENEFITS OF EPC FOR END-USER AND OPERATOR 46
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com4.1.1 ARCHITECTURE OF EPC 474.1.2 USER EQUIPMENT (UE) 494.1.3 RADIO NETWORKS AND EPC 514.2 EPC DEPLOYMENT CASES 544.3 IMPLEMENTATION CASES 544.3.1 FIRST SCENARIO 544.3.2 SECOND SCENARIO 584.4 THIRD SCENARIO 594.4.1 FIFTH SCENARIO 614.5 TRENDS AND THE FUTURE 615.0 SELF ORGANIZING NETWORKS 635.1 SELF ORGANIZING NETWORKS METHODOLOGY 665.1.1 SON CATEGORIES AND CASES 675.1.2 DISTRIBUTED/SELF-ORGANIZING (DSO) 685.1.3 COOPERATIVE RELAYING (CR) IN SON 69
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com5.1.4 FEEDBACK OVERHEAD IN SON 695.1.5 CODEBOOK-BASED PRE-CODING IN SON 695.1.6 FEEDBACK DELAY IN SON 705.2 CURRENT MARKET USE CASES 705.2.1 SELF CONFIGURATION 715.2.2 SELF OPTIMIZATION 715.2.3 SELF HEALING 725.2.4 PROBLEMS WITH SELF HEALING 725.2.5 INSTALLING PHASES 725.2.6 CENTRALIZED SON 735.2.7 DISTRUSTED SON 735.2.8 LOCALIZED SON 735.2.9 HYBRID SON 745.2.10 LTE RELEASE OF SON 745.2.11 AUTOMATIC NEIGHBOR RELATION (ANR) 76
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com5.2.12 INSTALLING ANR 765.2.13 LOAD BALANCING IN SON 785.2.14 MOBILITY ROBUSTNESS OPTIMIZATION (MRO) 795.3 DISTRIBUTED CLUSTERING IN SON 805.3.1 OPERATORS BENEFITS 825.3.2 OPERATIONAL USE CASES 835.3.3 ICIC ENHANCEMENT 845.3.4 ANTENNA PARAMETERS AND COST REDUCTION AND ANTENNA TILT 855.3.5 ELECTRICAL TILT 875.3.6 MECHANICAL TILT 885.3.7 INSTALLING ANTENNA TILT AND ITS PARAMETERS 905.4 FEATURES AND ROI OF THE ANTENNA TILTS 905.4.1 DISTRIBUTED ANTENNA SYSTEM (DAS) 905.4.1 OVERCOMING PERFORMANCE ISSUES IN DAS NODE COVERAGE AREA 915.4.2 ENERGY SAVINGS 92
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com6.0 TRANSITIONING TO SELF ORGANIZING NETWORKS (SON) 946.1 NGMN USE CASE 966.2 SON VALUE PROPOSITION TO NETWORK OPERATORS 976.2.1 ECONOMIC BENEFITS 986.2.2 SON IMPLEMENTATION EXPENDITURES (IMPEX) 986.2.3 SON CAPITAL EXPENDITURES (CAPEX) 996.2.4 SON OPERATIONAL EXPENDITURES (OPEX) 996.3 SMARTER SELF ORGANIZING NETWORKS 996.4 RECOMMENDATIONS AND METHODS FOR OPERATORS TO DEPLOY LTE APPLICATIONS 1007.0 VENDORS SOLUTION ANALYSIS 1027.1 OPTIMI SOLUTIONS 1047.1.1 CLIENTS FEEDBACK ON THE SOLUTION 1047.1.2 SWOT ANALYSIS FOR OPTIMI 1067.1.3 OPTIMI MULTI-TECHNOLOGY SELF-ORGANIZING NETWORKS (SON FOR THE 3G) 1077.2 ERICSSON SON SOLUTION 108
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com7.2.1 ADVANCED SON FROM ERICSSON 1097.3 ACTIX 1107.3.1 SON BY ACTIX 1107.3.2 ACTIX SWOT 1127.3.3 CLIENTS FEEDBACK ON ACTIX SON SOLUTION 1127.3.1 NEC AND ACTIX SON 1137.4 MOTOROLA 1137.4.1 MOTOROLA SWOT 1137.4.2 MOTOROLA SON SERVICES 1147.4.3 FEATURES OF MOTOROLA SON 1157.5 HUAWEI SON SOLUTION 1167.5.1 PHASE 1 1187.5.2 PHASE 2 1197.5.3 PHASE 3 119
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com7.5.4 PHASE 4 1207.5.5 HUAWEIS SON ANALYSIS 1207.6 NOKIA-SIEMENS NETWORKS SON SOLUTION 1217.6.1 NSN SON ANALYSIS 1227.6.2 INTELLIGENT SELF ORGANIZING NETWORKS (ISON) FROM NSN 1237.7 AIRHOP COMMUNICATIONS 1247.7.1 AIRHOP SON SOLUTION ANALYSIS 1247.7.2 CLIENTS FEEDBACK ON AIRHOP SON SOLUTIONS 1257.8 SON PROVIDER COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS 1267.8.1 COMPARISON BETWEEN SON PROVIDER BY CLIENTS FEEDBACK 1277.8.2 COMPARISON BETWEEN SON PROVIDER BY SETUP COST 1287.8.3 START-UPS SON PROVIDERS 1287.8.4 WHO IS DOMINATING THE MARKET AND WHY? 1297.8.5 THE FUTURE OF THE LTE (5G AND BEYOND) 1307.8.6 LTE DEVICE SHIPMENTS TO 2016 131
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com8.0 SELF ORGANIZING NETWORKS SOFTWARE MARKET FORECAST 2013-2017 1348.1 FACTORS DRIVING THE SON MARKET 1348.1.1 KEY MARKET TRENDS 1348.2 REGIONAL SON MARKET FORECAST 2013-2016 1358.2.1 NORTH AMERICA 1358.2.2 LATIN AND CENTRAL AMERICA 1358.2.3 ASIA PACIFIC 1358.2.4 EUROPE 1358.2.5 MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA 1368.2.6 GLOBAL MARKET OUTLOOK 1369.0 THE FUTURE OF SELF ORGANIZING NETWORKS (COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORKS) 13710.0 APPENDIX 14010.1 LONG TERM EVOLUTION (LTE) MARKET AND TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW 14010.1.1 LTE MARKET OVERVIEW 14010.1.2 MARKET DRIVERS 140
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com10.1.3 THE SHIFT FROM VOICE TO DATA CENTRIC SERVICES 14010.1.4 THE DEMAND FOR HIGHER DATA ARPUS 14010.1.5 CAPACITY MANAGEMENT AND OPEX REDUCTION 14110.1.6 LIMITED COMPETITION 14110.1.7 LACK OF FIXED BROADBAND IN LOW DENSITY AREAS 14110.1.8 VENDOR COMMITMENTS 14210.1.9 MARKET BARRIERS 14210.1.10 SPECTRUM CONGESTION 14210.1.11 HIGH INVESTMENTS FOR EARLY ADOPTERS 14210.1.12 CONSUMER DEVICE CHALLENGES 14310.1.13 BROADBAND PRICING AND INTERNATIONAL ROAMING 14310.1.14 LTE TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW 14310.1.15 TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW 14410.1.16 PERFORMANCE METRICS 14410.1.17 LTE ADVANCED 144
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com10.1.18 NTEGRATION WITH DEPLOYED NETWORKS 14510.2 NEXT GENERATION NETWORK (NGN) OSS/BSS 14610.2.1 NGN OSS OVERVIEW 14610.2.2 DRIVERS OF NGN 14710.2.3 TELECOM OPERATOR AND VENDOR INTERESTS 14710.2.4 IMPROVEMENT IN ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES 14810.2.5 REDUCED VENDOR DEPENDENCY 14810.2.6 OPERATIONAL CHALLENGES 14910.2.7 INTEGRATION OF MULTIPLE PRIVATE NETWORKS AND APPS INTO PUBLIC NETWORKS 14910.2.8 QUALITY OF SERVICE (QOS) 14910.2.9 NATIONAL SECURITY AND COMPETITIVE POLICIES 15010.3 NGN OSS/BSS: COMPONENTS, IMS IMPLICATIONS AND FRAMEWORKS 15010.3.1 NETWORK PLANNING AND ENGINEERING 15010.3.2 FAULT MANAGEMENT 15110.3.3 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT 151
  • Table of ContentsTable of ContentsReports Cornerwww.reportscorner.com10.3.4 PROVISIONING AND SERVICE ACTIVATION 15210.3.5 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT 15210.3.6 BILLING AND CUSTOMER CARE 15210.3.7 MEDIATION 15310.3.8 REVENUE ASSURANCE 15310.3.9 CHALLENGES FOR OSS AND BSS 15410.4 OSS CHALLENGES 15410.4.1 STAKEHOLDER APPREHENSIONS 15410.4.2 FRAMEWORK TO INTEGRATE CUSTOMIZATION DEMANDS 15510.4.3 SMOOTH TRANSITION FROM EXISTING OSS FRAMEWORKS 15510.4.4 MULTI-VENDOR COORDINATION 15610.4.5 BSS CHALLENGES 156
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