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London, UK, 10 June 2014. The Small Cell Forum, the independent industry and operator association that supports small cell deployment worldwide, announced the launch of Release Four to help operators ...

London, UK, 10 June 2014. The Small Cell Forum, the independent industry and operator association that supports small cell deployment worldwide, announced the launch of Release Four to help operators open up opportunities and overcome the barriers associated with urban small cells. This is the keynote speech from the launch event at Small Cells World Summit #SCWS2014

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Small Cells World Summit 2014 keynote: Sue Monahan CEO Small Cell Forum Small Cells World Summit 2014 keynote: Sue Monahan CEO Small Cell Forum Presentation Transcript

  • Small Cell World Summit Small Cell Forum June 2014
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 http://scf.io scf.io
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 The Small Cell Forum •  To accelerate small cell adoption to change the shape of mobile networks and maximise the potential of the mobile internet •  Not-for-profit, founded in 2007 •  Independent, inclusive, international Aims •  Ecosystem development •  Market education •  Driving open standards 65 operators covering 3 billion global mobile subscribers – 44% of total 86 providers of small cell technology representing all parts of the ecosystem
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Residential UK deployments •  More than 300K residential femtocells in UK – 47% increase in 12 months •  Penetration ranging from 0.18% to 8.5% of premises •  Rural take-up 3 times higher than in urban areas
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Urban small cell opportunity
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 2014 operator survey: Top drivers to deploy urban small cells Source: Maravedis-Rethink survey of tier one and two mobile operators worldwide, January 2014 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 %ofrespondents 1 2 3 4 •  Improve capacity •  New revenues from value added services •  Fill capacity holes •  Reduce cost of data •  Improve coverage
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 •  Backhaul •  Deployment/site acquisition •  Monetization •  Management 2014 operator survey: Perceived barriers to urban deployments 27.5 17.5 17.5 10 10 10 5 2.5 0 00 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 %ofrespondents 1 2 3 Source: Maravedis-Rethink survey of tier one and two mobile operators worldwide, January 2014
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Small cell drivers Europe 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Reduced cost of data delivery Support new applications and revenue streams Overall capacity increase Improved coverage Filling holes in capacity Support location aware services Reduced network TCO Opportunity to integrate Wi-Fi Opportunity to harness new spectrum (eg high frequency) Support personalized customer response and services %ofrespondents Global EU Source: Maravedis-Rethink survey of tier one and two mobile operators worldwide, January 2014
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Small cell drivers Americas 0 5 10 15 20 25 Reduced cost of data delivery Support new applications and revenue streams Overall capacity increase Improved coverage Filling holes in capacity Support location aware services Reduced network TCO Opportunity to integrate Wi-Fi Opportunity to harness new spectrum (eg high frequency) Support personalized customer response and services %ofrespondents Global NAM CALA Source: Maravedis-Rethink survey of tier one and two mobile operators worldwide, January 2014
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Small cell barriers Europe 0 5 10 15 20 25 %ofrespondents Global EU Source: Maravedis-Rethink survey of tier one and two mobile operators worldwide, January 2014
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Small cell barriers Americas 0 5 10 15 20 25 %ofrespondents Global NAM CALA Source: Maravedis-Rethink survey of tier one and two mobile operators worldwide, January 2014
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Release Four Four
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Small Cell Forum Release program
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 2014 operator survey: Most valuable Release content Business case (45) Best practice & case studies (40) Reference scenarios (36) Deployment guidelines (33) Backhaul recommendations (33) Network architecture (28) Procurement guidelines (24) White papers & market studies (24) Standards update (20) Regulatory details (17) Source: Maravedis-Rethink Global Operator Survey, Jan 2014
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Release Three: Urban foundations Small Cell Forum 2014 Urban Small Cells Overview [103] Backhaul Regulatory Services Market Network Architecture SON Use cases [077] LTE SC-API [082] NET Architectures for Urban [088] Integrated Small cell Wi-Fi [089] Synchronisation [075] Urban Backhaul topic brief [095] Backhaul Requirements & Solutions [049] Urban Deployment Issues [096] Market status [050] Urban Market Drivers & Challenges [086] Business Case [087] Small Cells - The Big Idea [030] Services for Urban Small Cells [090] Services API Programmers Guide [091] Regulatory Whitepaper [076] Radio Deployment Available at: www.scf.io © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Release Four: Urban Small Cell Forum 2014 Urban Small Cells Release Overview [104] Backhaul Regulatory Backhaul Issues for Urban Small Cells [095] Backhaul Requirements & Solutions [049] Urban Deployment Issues [096] Regulatory Aspects of small cells [076] Radio Deployment Market status [050] Urban Market Drivers & Challenges [086] Business case for urban small cells and their backhaul [087] Small Cells - The Big Idea [030] Urban case studies [098] Synchronisation [075] NET Architectures for Urban [088] Integrated Small cell Wi-Fi [089] Small Cell Security [099] Services for Urban Small Cells [090] Services API Programmer’s Guide [091] Precise Indoor Location [092] Edge Caching applications [093] Services Market SON Use cases [077] LTE SC-API [082] X2 Interoperability in Multivendor HetNets [059] Small Cell Plugfests [085] Network Architecture Available at: www.scf.io
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Urban deployments
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 What’s next for Small Cell Forum?
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 Friday 13 May 9:15 – 1:30 South Gallery Meeting Rooms, Level 2. South Even Halls Discussion and debate of the Release Program Workshop: •  How carriers view the Small Cell Forum Release Program •  Achievements and implications of Releases Three and Four •  An overview of Release Five (Rural & Remote) •  Beyond Release Five – Discussion www.smallcellforum.org Your chance to discuss and debate the existing content of the Release Program and have your say on the future of the industry Release Program Workshop
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 •  Cloud-RAN and small cells have often been presented as alternatives. We believe that virtualization techniques can be re-applied to small cell architectures. •  Virtualization can be used to enhance co-operation within clusters of small cells. •  Small cell clusters may be required to interwork with a virtualized macro layer. •  • In dense HetNets, small cells will deliver •  maximum ROI if they are fully interworking with •  other platforms to create the broadest pool of capacity •  and most efficient use of shared resources. •  Our aim is to provide leadership in creating a •  unified view of the evolving role of virtualized •  architectures for dense HetNet. Industry trends impacting small cell (and other) RAN solutions 09/06/2014 © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2013
  • © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2014 http://scf.io scf.io