Day 1-t6-1650 stuart-benington-20120523


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Day 1-t6-1650 stuart-benington-20120523

  1. 1. Flexibility and Profitability:LTE Network ImplementationStuart BeningtonDirector, Global PortfolioPlanning24 May, 2012
  2. 2. Agenda  LTE business model challenges  Building a complimentary approach – leveraging LTE technology and operations to improve network profitability – Service and customer QoE  Review of how benefits can be gained – New revenue opportunities – Capex and Opex reductions TELLABS CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETARY May 24, 2012 2
  3. 3. LTE Business Model Challenges LTE is currently in the investment or catch-up phase
  4. 4. LTE Architecture:Opportunities for Profitability Enhancement Revenue Cost Revenue Increases Opex Reductions• Increased share through • Lower electricity costs better QoE • Automated provisioning/restoration • Improved test access/fault isolation• New revenue through • SON options expanded service offerings Capex Reductions• Increased service uptime/billable • Balanced optical/edge routing architecture minutes/billable data • Localization of traffic volume • “Network aware” connectivity • SDN options May 24, 2012 4
  5. 5. LTE Transport Environment Access/Core Demarcation Access/Core Demarcation RNC BSC RNC BSC VAS Leased Lines Leased Lines SAE MBH MSIB GW MBH PWE –IP/VPN MPLS PWE –IP/VPN Packet MW Packet MW E2E Management E2E ManagementMUP Iub IubMUP S1 S1 Overview  Current MBH extends from cell site to the radio controllers  RNC and BSC form a natural demarcation point between MBH and MSIB  LTE and SAE-GW presents a alternate architecture and set of demarcations  SAE Gateway distributed in limited number of core sites  All cell sites backhaul directly from edge to Mobile core TELLABS CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETARY May 24, 2012 5
  6. 6. S1 Transport Efficiencies Access/Core Demarcation VAS Leased Lines Leased Lines EVC Service SAE MBH NNI? MSIB GW MBH PWE –IP/VPN MPLS PWE –IP/VPN Packet MW Packet MW EVC ServiceMUP S1 S1 Standard Implementation  S1 bearer is analogous to Iub from a transport perspective  L3 NNI breaks S1 bearers into multiple MPLS islands  L3 NNI adds complexity but no clear benefits New Approach  MSIB as Carrier of Carrier keeps MBH Regions homogeneous  Bypass NNI route processing – saves complexity, cost, electricity  Centralized control plane security, DPI, OAM for end-to-end S1 Consolidated S1 provides both capex and opex savings May 24, 2012 6
  7. 7. Leveraging LTE Infrastructure for FMC/Cloud Access/Core Demarcation VAS Leased Lines Leased Lines SAE GW M/F-BH MSIB MBH Packet MW PWE –IP/VPN MPLS PWE –IP/VPN Packet MW Service Edge Cloud Router Data Center S1  Application termination on SE routers at alternate core locations  Regional/metro connectivity to carrier and 3rd Party Data Centers  Increased site-to-site connectivity in regional networks  Better management of increase in fixed and mobile traffic  Enable diverse QoS requirements for each service type Asset leverage for new services May 24, 2012 7
  8. 8. Application Aware Control Points in Network Least Cost Internet Peering IP VAS Leased Lines Leased Lines EPC M/F-BH MSIB MBH Packet MW PWE –IP/VPN MPLS PWE –IP/VPN Packet MW Carrier Data Center Service Edge Router Transport Flow Awareness Mobile Service Focus Topology Aware Interaction with EPC Control over Fixed and Mobile Service Personalization Content Steering to avoid high cost Application Aware Tiered Services In-line security and monitoring Modify Policy for Individual Bearers Network-wide policy control Smart mobile transport for smart subscriber management May 24, 2012 8
  9. 9. Transport based Self-Optimization and Self-Healing Access/Core Demarcation VAS Leased Lines Leased Lines SAE GW MBH MSIB MBH PWE –IP/VPN MPLS PWE –IP/VPN Packet MW Packet MWMUP S1 S1 5. Self-Optimization 3. Node Level Configuration through NMS and DPI based flow data 4. Network 1. NMS Optimization monitoring Feedback Analytics 2. Consolidated PM Data Transport SON improves network cost and provides new revenue opportunities May 24, 2012 9
  10. 10. Summary of Business Model Benefits Seamless integration of LTE – E2E management of S1 traffic under one continuous MPLS domain – Integration of E2E service management (QoS, Synch, O&M and Protection) – Introduction of DPI to Access Network for KPI management and traffic steering New revenue opportunities – Reuse of Access Network infrastructure for LTE and FMC – Correlation of network analytic with traffic profile and utilization Operational efficiency – Reduction of cost associated with IP domains/islands interconnection and management – One E2E provisioning and fault isolation network manager for all layers – Simplified network planning and operations – Simplify network architecture with less high touch instances TELLABS CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETARY May 24, 2012 10