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  • Kuncoro Wastuwibowo, PT Telekomunikasi IndonesiaArief Hamdani Gunawan, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia4G International Forum, Sheraton Taipei, 13 July 2010
  • Population 240m• #4 Population in the WorldInternet user 35m (15% of population)• #5 Internet market in Asia (after PRC, Japan, India, Korea)• #1 Facebook users in Asia (24m, #3 in the world after US & UK)• #1 Twitter users in AsiaMobile penetration 150m (63%)• 80% in youngsters• Opera Mini user #1 in the World (just beating Russia)Credit card owner 11.5m in 2008
  • Great potential of user-generated content Growing interests in developing Internet & mobile applicationsOpen, fresh market to accept new way ofconversation & transaction View slide
  • A public company Expands its business in(NYSE:TLK, IDX:TLKM, LS 2009 to include E:TKID), owned 51% by telecommunications, info the government of the rmation, media, and Republic of Indonesia. education.Market share in GSM 51% (through its subsidiary Forbes-684 in 2010Telkomsel), and in CDMA 2000 1x 60%. View slide
  • Telkomsel (subsidiary)• Carries out GSM/3G network throughout Indonesia• Started the R&D and trial of LTE in Jakarta.• Started the R&D and trial of HSPA+ in Bali and Sumatra• Partner: Ericsson, NSN, ZTE, HuaweiTelkomFlexi• Carries out FWA business with CDMA 2000 1x• Trial of EVDO in East Java. Start implementation in Q4/2010.(WiMAX)• Started deploying WiMAX in Indonesia (scheduled Q4/2010)
  • • selecting 2009-2010 • official 2015 candidate • developing implementation • wide technologies detailed deployment specification 2008-2009 2010-2012
  • 4G is Not OnlyAbout Network
  • Market ContentNetwork Application
  • 100Peak data rate transmission (Mb/s) 4G 10 EVDO HSPA EVDO 1 EVDO W-CDMA 0.1 EDGE CDMA-1X CDMA-2000 0.01 GPRS GSM 0.001
  • Fast LTE 4G Medium Mobile WiMAX Slow 3G 2010 Fixed WiMAX MovableStationary WLAN Hiperlan /2 2000 0.1 1 10 100
  • Basic Feature High Smart WisePhones Phones End Phones Phones Phones (^^)v
  • Indigo• “Indigo” is a platform to attract & support more development of local content & application through partnership, incubation, aggregation.IPTV• Next step after “broadband network”• Creating contexts for mobile broadband (4G) network.SDP• Facilitating existing services to grow beyond their traditional platforms• Facilitating the new services
  • Web 2.0 3rd Party Content & ApplicationCommon IT Centric Part OSS / BSSEnablers 3rd Party Content Service Orchestration Gateway Administration Map Orderinterface Content mgmt SOA Security SOA Registry Discovery Governance Identity Policy Device Service mgmt Administration Independence provisioningLocation / Enterprise Service Bus Charging &presence billing CustomerMessaging Network Centric Part self care App App App App App App OSS / BSSCustomer Customer data Gateway care Service Brokering Service IVR Network Abstraction monitoring Online Protocol & Resource Adaptors Servicecharging assurance Devices Network PC Mobile TV IMS Client PSTN Mobile DSL IPTV IMS
  • Incumbent cellularproviders Oligopolistic LTE-basedEvolved networks networks face a competitivetoward 4G fringe of WiMAX-based operators.Closed-platform &walled-garden service Consumers’ preferncesprovision supported on flexible access and new commercial relations Policy-Based Cognitive Radio with providers. ManagementMultiple, new operatorssetting up WiFi & WiMAX Autonomicnetworks Computing Dynamic Pricing Users: •Choice: on-spot, multi-Wireless broadband selectionaccess to Internet Hybrid architecture •Service: customised, mobile •Value: value-enhancedFlexible, agile network servicesdevelopment •Price: dynamic pricing
  • Network Management Cellular Metropolitan Short-Range Network reconfiguration management 3G 4G WiMAX WiMAX II WiFi WiFi NG (806.16m) (802.11g) (802.11m) Terminal P1900.4 Terminal P1900.4 DSA-enabled IEEE Radios P1900.4 Legacyterminal Terminal Terminal reconfiguration reconfiguration management management
  • Service Service Context PervasivenessDiscovery Composition Management
  • 4G 3G 2GRysavy Research projection based on historical data. Saturation of 2G < LTE Introduction Timing < Saturation of 3G (after 2010) (before 2020)
  • Scenarios Today LTE Deployment Important Prerequisites: GSM GSM GSM to LTE LTE •Technology maturity •Demand 3G1X •Frequency allocation 3G 1X EV-DO Rev A/B 3G 1X LTE CDMA Pessimistic Scenario Optimistic Scenario to LTE Other: 3G 1X 3G 1X •Efficiency EV-DO Rev A/B EV-DO Rev A LTE •Scalability GSM GSM GSM UMTS UMTS UMTS LTEW-CDMA Pessimistic Scenario Optimistic Scenario to LTE GSM GSM UMTS UMTS LTE The LTE introduction for wireless operator
  • 3GPP IP Access (HSPA, HSPA+) S3/S4 LTE / SAE S2EUTRAN EPC S1 S2 Non 3GPP WLAN 3GPP IP Access IP Access (EV-DO Rev A/B) The S2, S3, S4 interface enable SAE to provide flexibility
  • 3GPP Suitable to support: IP Access Existing GSM/W-CDMA in rural areas (HSPA, HSPA+) S3/S4 LTE / SAE S2 EUTRAN EPC S1Suitable to support: S2•(Optimizing) current wireline Non 3GPPinfrastructure WLAN 3GPP•High reliability IP Access IP Access•New wireless deployment (EV-DO Rev A/B) Suitable to support: Existing CDMA in rural areas The S2, S3, S4 interface enable SAE to provide flexibility
  • Source: Informa’s Mobile Access at Home Report
  • BWA (Broadband Wireless Access)3.3 GHz allocation (migration) 2.3 GHz allocation 3.3 GHz implementation 2.3 GHz implementation Bidding
  • There are three principal economic justifications for relying on exclusive licenses: 1. Spectrum scarcity: views spectrum as an Spectrum economic good and focuses on the role of scarcity markets in allocating that good. 2. Investment incentives: focuses on the need to provide users and providers withInvestment Interference appropriate incentives to invest in network incentives management equipment and services. 3. Interference management: recognizes that even when spectrum is not “scarce,” it may be necessary to coordinate user behavior to allow users to share spectrum without adversely impacting or “interfering” with each other.
  • Zoning Shared Bidding Band Frequency Exclusivity BeautyMigration Contest FDD / TDD
  • 2.3 GHz and 3.3 GHz1. North Sumatera 8. Bali & Nusa Tenggara2. Central Sumatera 9. Papua3. South Sumatera 10. Maluku & North Maluku4. Banten & Jabotabek 11. South Sulawesi (Jakarta, Bogor Tangerang, Bekasi) 12. North Sulawesi5. West Java 13. West Kalimantan6. Central Java 14. East Kalimantan7. East Java 15. Riau Islands
  • 8 Blocks – 12.5 MHzBlock Allocation (GHz) 3.3 GHz: FDD to TDD 1 3.300 – 3.3125 2 3312.5 – 3.325 3.4 - 3.6 GHz: migrate to 3.3 GHz (TDD) 3 3.325 – 3.375 4 3.375 – 3.350 5 3.350 – 3.3625 6 3.3625 – 3.375 7 3.375 – 3.3875 8 3.3875 – 3.400
  • 8 Operators (15 Zone – 12.5 MHz ) Zone Blocks 3.300 – 3.3125 3312.5 – 3.325 3.325 – 3.375 3.375 – 3.350 3.350 – 3.3625 3.3625 – 3.375 3.375 – 3.38751. North Sumatera LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM TELKOM CSM2. Central Sumatera LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM TELKOM3. South Sumatera LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM TELKOM4. Banten & Jabotabek CORBEC JASNIKOM LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM TELKOM CSM5. West Java CORBEC LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM TELKOM CSM6. Central Java LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM CSM7. East Java LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM CSM8. Bali & Nusa Tenggara LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM RABIK CSM9. Papua10. Maluku & North Maluku LINTASARTA11. South Sulawesi LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM12. North Sulawesi LINTASARTA INDOSAT13. West Kalimantan LINTASARTA STARKOM TELKOM14. East Kalimantan LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM TELKOM15. Riau Islands LINTASARTA INDOSAT STARKOM
  • 3 from 15 Blocks – 15 and 10 MHzBlock Allocation (GHz) 1 2.300 – 2.305 2360 – 2390 MHz: bidding, band basis 2 2.305 – 2.310 3 2.310 – 2.315 2390 – 2400 MHz: USO, tower/coordinate basis 4 2.315 – 2.320 5 2.320 – 2.325 6 2.325 – 2.330 7 2.330 – 2.335 8 2.335 – 2340 9 2.340 – 2.345 10 2.345 – 2.350 11 2.350 – 2.355 12 2.355 – 2.360 13 2.360 – 2375 14 2.375 – 2.390 15 2.390 – 2.400
  • 8 Operators (15 Zone – 15 MHz ) Zone Operators1. North Sumatera FIRST MEDIA BERCA2. Central Sumatera BERCA BERCA3. South Sumatera BERCA BERCA4. Banten & Jabotabek FIRST MEDIA INTERNUX5. West Java COMTRONICS + ADIWARTA PERDANIA INDOSAT6. Central Java TELKOM COMTRONICS + ADIWARTA PERDANIA7. East Java COMTRONICS + ADIWARTA PERDANIA TELKOM
  • 8 Operators (15 Zone – 15 MHz ) Zone Operators8. Bali & Nusa Tenggara BERCA BERCA9. Papua TELKOM WIMAX INDONESIA10. Maluku & North Maluku TELKOM WIMAX INDONESIA11. South Sulawesi BERCA BERCA12. North Sulawesi TELKOM JASNITA13. West Kalimantan BERCA BERCA14. East Kalimantan BERCA BERCA15. Riau Islands BERCA WIMAX INDONESIA
  • • Telkom Indonesia • Telkom Indonesia • Multimedia Division • Telematics Regulatory (Senior Service Creation (Senior Officer) Analyst) • IEEE• IEEE Communications Society • Indonesia Section (Vice • Indonesia Chapter (Chairman) Chairman)• Internetworking Indonesia • IEEE Communications Society • Editor • Indonesia Chapter (Past Chair)Kuncoro Arief HamdaniWastuwibowo Gunawan