Maravedis intracom backhaul webinar_10_11

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The evolution of mobile networks to 4G technologies, and primarily LTE, sets additional requirements and challenges for operator backhaul networks. The selection of flexible and future-proof microwave backhaul technologies is of paramount importance. Maravedis and Intracom wireless experts present critical trends in backhaul technologies and markets.

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Maravedis intracom backhaul webinar_10_11

  1. 1. Webinar: "Flexible microwave 4G Backhaul Designing in & out of the box“ Wireless Backhaul and challenges Elias Aravantinos 4G & Backhaul European Market Analyst elias@maravedis-bwa.com Twitter: @Maravedis October 11, 2011BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  2. 2. Agenda  Market and backhaul trends  Microwave benefits  Challenges for vendorsBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE 2 © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  3. 3. Mobile Data Trends Monthly Data Consumption Subscribers’ base 261.18 millionOperator Country Traffic / User (GB)Yota Russia 14Packet Malaysia 10OneGlobal Taiwan 8MobileClearwire USA 7 Source: Maravedis 4G Counts ServiceBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  4. 4. LTE Deployment 27 commercial LTE networks Q3 2011 206 1. Telekom Austria LTE Commitments 2. Omnitel – Lithuania Q3 2011 and 3. NetCom – Norway 4. Smart – Philippines 5. Mobyland – Poland 6. TeliaSonera – Denmark 7. EMT – Estonia 23 183 8. Elisa – Finland 9. Sonera – Finland TD-LTE FDD-LTE 10. Telenor – Sweden 11. Tele2 – Sweden 12. TeliaSonera – Sweden . 13. Deutsche Telekom – Germany LTE commercial deployments 14. Vodafone – Germany 15. CSL (Telstra) – Hong Kong 164 16. MetroPCS – USA 17. Verizon Wireless – USA 18. NTT Docomo – Japan 61 19. Mobile Telesystems – Uzbekistan 20. Ucel l – Uz bekistan 2 16 21. AT&T – United Sates 22. Telstra – Australia 2009 2010 2011 2012 23. Rogers Wireless – Canada 24. O2 – Germany 25. LG U+ - South Korea Source: Maravedis 4G Forecast Service 2011 26. M1 – Singapore 27. LMT - LatviaBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com Source: GSA.com
  5. 5. Backhaul Trends PtP  All outdoor radios (AOR)  PtP  Traditional frequency bands: 6 – 38 GHz.  New “traditional” band: 42 GHz.  Unlicensed band: 60 GHz.  Light-licensed band: 70 – 80 GHz (E-band or millimeter wave) All-outdoor Radio  PmP  Traditional frequency bands: 2.3 - 3.5GHz  Unlicensed band: 5 GHz.  Microwave band: 10.5, 26, 28 GHzBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  6. 6. Backhaul Trends PmP • PmP architecture lowers CAPEX for PtP and PmP both access and backhaul • PmP will grow mostly in the urban regions, lots of testing in cities • Optimum backhaul solution for aggregation Points of Presence Maravedis PmP backhaul report (PoPs) in urban and dense urban areas in progress….BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE 6 © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  7. 7. Small Cells Trends Reachability is the key - driving solutions closer to the consumer Macro derived pico cells are more expensive, larger format, and have higher power consumption than femto derived metro cells. High capacity – up to 1 Gbps Low cost (CAPEX & OPEX) Short deployment lead time From macro and micro to pico, femto indoor or outdoor serving different needsBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE 7 © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  8. 8. Global pico cell deployment Forecast – small Cells Annual Pico Cell Revenue 2011 - 2016 Pico base station Revenues (million) $7.000 $6.000 Annual Carrier Pico Cells Revenue (Optimistic) $5.000 $4.000 Annual Carrier Pico $3.000 Cells Revenue (Pessimistic) $2.000 $1.000 $0 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Source: Small Cells Market Trends and Forecasts 2011-2016BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  9. 9. Microwave Features Hybrid Packet  TDM support TDM (Dual native) (Ethernet) Voice Data  Synchronization  GPS Encapsulated data  SyncE (PHY layer). Pseudowire (voice over data)  IEEE 1588 (packet based). Maximum Capacity Bandwidth (MHz) Modulation Mbps  Adaptive modulation 50 256QAM XPIC 617 56 256QAM XPIC 691  Data Compression 80 1000 256QAM XPIC QPSK 987 1,540  Equipment reliabilityBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE 9 © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  10. 10. Microwave adds to… Adaptive Modulation  Takes advantage of available radio bandwidth during fade events  Guaranteeing committed services High-end criteria  Error free modulation switches voice, PseudoWire, Ethernet  Time upgrade from 4QAM to 256QAM less than 2 ms 1.Voice Guranteed 2.Real Time traffic 256 QAM 64/32/16 QAM 256 QAM 3. Non-commited traffic 4. Ethernet priorityBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  11. 11. Challenges for backhaul vendors Quick and simple site deployment Compliance with SLAs and technical requirements Focus on continuous service availability Cost effective solutions QoS and monitoring – effective links management is requiredBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  12. 12. Microwave Market OverviewBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE 12 © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  13. 13. Summary  Vendors requirements and operator needs will help the microwave and other backhaul technologies meet its challenges  PtP vs PmP will still be a challenge for some operators  Some validation still needs to be done to meet operators’ requirements, especially on PmP or coexistence with PtP  LTE network’s capacity, reliability, speed will depend on mobile backhaulBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE 13 © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com
  14. 14. Contact Information 410 rue des Recollets, Suite 301 Montreal, QC, H2Y 1W2 CANADA (305) 992-3196   (514) 313-5465 info@maravedis-bwa.com www.maravedis-bwa.comBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.www.maravedis-bwa.com

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