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FIFTH GENERATION COMMUNICATIONS MEETING EXPECTATIONS

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  • 1. FIFTH GENERATION COMMUNICATIONS MEETING EXPECTATIONS TOD SIZER COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 2. IT’S NOT ABOUT SPEED IT’S NOT ABOUT A NEW 5G AIR INTERFACE 2 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. IT’S NOT ABOUT ENABLING M2M
  • 3. 3 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 4. EXPECTATIONS Meeting Consumer expectations for a particular application is key. Consumer doesn’t want to care about which “air interface” to use. Consumer wants us to connect them to their information. Period. CHALLENGES Pricing and performance difference between different options. Make transitions between options or “pathways” seamless. Make the network adapt to the user, rather than the user adapt to the network. 4 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 5. BETTER BETTER BETTER END-TO-END PERFORMANCE SUPPORT FOR NON-TRADITIONAL APPLICATIONS 5 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. BATTERY LIFE
  • 6. TRADITIONAL WIRELESS 20MHz LTE and WiFi 20−50 users per site ALWAYS Macro and small cells CONNECTED TRADITIONAL WIRELINE WiFi and Ethernet Five users Small cells except for large displays 6 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 7. WIRELESS AND WIRELINE ARE CONVERGING TO THE SAME MODEL 7 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 8. BROADBAND/DENSE MISSION CRITICAL High traffic Cost COVERAGE Shaded areas Cost Latency Reliability X-operator DIFFERENT APPLICATION NEEDS CROWD PROFESSIONAL/ DISASTER RELIEF Multicast Availability Security MACHINE TYPE Many devices Battery consumption High density Sporadic Uplink traffic Correlation 8 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 9. PATHWAY: ROUTE THROUGH THE RAN AND CORE NETWORK BEST EFFORT DATA SUPPORT VOICE AND 2-WAY VIDEO SUPPORT SHORT PACKET/M2M SUPPORT CONSUMER TABLET BROADCAST VIDEO SUPPORT PRIORITY PERFORMANCE SUPPORT 9 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SERVER OR ENDPOINT
  • 10. TO SUPPORT M2M APPLICATIONS WITH SHORT RESPONSE TIMES: TO SUPPORT BROADCAST: Configure RAN to handle short packets with no retransmission. Configure RAN to support broadcast or unicast based upon traffic request. Use SDN techniques to provision a low latency core solution for these connections. Enable CDN systems in the network to support broadcast traffic. FOR CONSUMERS THAT HAVE POOR CONNECTION CONDITIONS: TO SUPPORT PRIORITY TRAFFIC: Examine to see if there are any small cells nearby that are switched off and turn them on. Establish priority in the RAN scheduler to support traffic from the consumer application seeking priority. Seek other air interfaces that may have better connectivity. Configure the core network to support prioritized traffic from this particular consumer application. Provision low latency core network solutions to configure multi-site coordination and interference mitigation techniques. (e.g. CoMP) Priority status can be obtained from both the consumer or the end server allowing for generation of priority based revenue. 10 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 11. TO SUPPORT M2M APPLICATIONS WITH SHORT RESPONSE TIMES: TO SUPPORT BROADCAST: Configure RAN to handle short packets with no retransmission. Configure RAN to support broadcast or unicast based upon traffic request. Use SDN techniques to provision a low latency core solution for these connections. Enable CDN systems in the network to support broadcast traffic. END-TO-END FLEXIBILITY FOR CONSUMERS THAT HAVE POOR CONNECTION CONDITIONS: TO SUPPORT PRIORITY TRAFFIC: Examine to see if there are any small cells nearby that are switched off and turn them on. Establish priority in the RAN scheduler to support traffic from the consumer application seeking priority. Seek other air interfaces that may have better connectivity. Configure the core network to support prioritized traffic from this particular consumer application. Provision low latency core network solutions to configure multi-site coordination and interference mitigation techniques. (e.g. CoMP) Priority status can be obtained from both the consumer or the end server allowing for generation of priority based revenue. 11 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 12. BELL LABS RESEARCH CONTEXT AWARE RESOURCE ALLOCATION [CARA] CONTEXT: IS APPLICATION IN FOREGROUND OR BACKGROUND? IF FOREGROUND THEN PRIORITIZE HIGHER. 60% COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. MORE SMARTPHONES SUPPORTED THAN CLASSIC LTE SCHEDULERS
  • 13. BELL LABS RESEARCH CONTEXT AWARE RESOURCE ALLOCATION [CARA] REDUCES CAPACITY LOSS BY A FACTOR OF 2 DUE TO DROPPED VIDEOS. CONTEXT: USER MOBILITY, CELLULAR COVERAGE, AND VIDEO PARAMETERS. IF CHALLENGED COVERAGE AHEAD, PREFILL VIDEO BUFFERS. CELL A CARA PLAY-OUT BUFFERS (s) SoA t1 t2 13 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CELL C CELL B t3 t4 t5 TIME
  • 14. ONGOING BELL LABS RESEARCH NEW 5G AIR INTERFACE MOVE TO CLOUD Support for short information packets – (M2M) Move of most control/authentication functions to the Cloud. Continued improvement in sensitivity to extend range. Fully embrace use of SDN to provision optimum network to support traffic type. Improvements to increase both consumer battery life and energy consumption. High frequency / millimeter-wave access technologies. Use of network function virtualization to provide dynamic provisioning and adaptation of the core support for different traffic types and user needs. 14 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COMMUNICATIONS OPTIMIZATIONS Full integration of multiple technologies (WiFi, Bluetooth, WCDMA, LTE, 5G) to provide a single communications solution. Dynamic (<1s or shorter) pathway response to maintain a high consumer quality and experience.
  • 15. IT’S NOT ABOUT SPEED IT’S NOT ABOUT A NEW 5G AIR INTERFACE 15 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. IT’S NOT ABOUT ENABLING M2M
  • 16. IS ABOUT IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE IT FOR THE CONSUMER IS ABOUT ENABLING NEW TYPES OF APPLICATIONS IT AND TERMINALS 16 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. IS ABOUT MAKING THE NETWORK MORE AGILE IT AND OPTIMUM FOR EACH APPLICATION
  • 17. IT IS ABOUT A COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE THAT ADAPTS TO THE CONSUMER, RATHER THAN THE CONSUMER ADAPTING TO THE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE. 17 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 18. WWW.ALCATEL-LUCENT.COM 18 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.