LCU13: Networking Summit Keynote

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Resource: LCU13
Name: Networking Summit Keynote
Date: 29-10-2013
Speaker: Jarmo Hillo

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LCU13: Networking Summit Keynote

  1. 1. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved. Telecom Networks - Vision 2020 LCU 2013
  2. 2. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.2 Our vision: Mobile networks are able to deliver one Gigabyte of personalized data per user per day profitably Key requirements for networks towards 2020… …for profitability and a quantum leap in flexibility Support up to 1000 times more capacity Reinvent Telcos for the cloud Flatten total energy consumption Reduce latency to milliseconds
  3. 3. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.3 The thirst for mobile data will continue to grow exponentially Support up to 1000 times more capacity Video integrated everywhere Billions of connected objects Digital universe continues to grow exponentially 3D, high- and ultra-high definition screens Everything from and on the cloud
  4. 4. 4 © Nokia Solutions and Networks 2013 ASA Smart Scheduler New bands Carrier Aggregation HetNets Advanced macros Flexible small cells MIMO & adv. receiver eCoMP Paving the way to support up to… … times more capacity in radio
  5. 5. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.5 100G Packet Interface Chip to chip Interconnect Creating connections to support … times more capacity in core 25GHz SerDes Dataplane in userspace Dynamic Load Balancing More Moore Networking multicore FinFet Silicon Support up to 1000 times more capacity
  6. 6. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.6 No foreseeable end to Moore’s law True 3D Transistor Build - Leakage current Minimization More cores, more memory, more programmable HW acceleration Era for dense 3D technologies emerging Support up to 1000 times more capacity More Moore Networking multicore FinFet Silicon 2015+ 10nm 7nm 2013 14nm 2011 22nm
  7. 7. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.7 Scalability to any number of resources Optimal scalability and efficiency with least number of computing cycles Technology advancement in SW engineering Support up to 1000 times more capacity Dataplane in userspace Dynamic Load Balancing Scheduler 65% 65% 65% 65% Amdahl’s law
  8. 8. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.8 Least amount of connections in high speed interfaces Up to 100Gbit/s and beyond Controlled transmission line conditions for line drivers and loads Ever increasing need for bandwidth Support up to 1000 times more capacity 100G Packet Interface Chip to chip Interconnect 25GHz SerDes Serializer De- serializer
  9. 9. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.9 E2e latency requirements expected by users Future real-time applications will demand network latency of single digit milliseconds Network capabilities will constrain application’s implementation options, but finally applications will have some minimum requirements …. Grid protection Smart Metering 0 s 500m s 1,000 ms Web page loading Channel zapping Game (1st person) Touch/response Voice calling Video calling Car pilot HF Trading Muscular reaction Audio/ Visual interaction Tactile interaction Machine to machine interaction >2 sec. 10…50 ms 1…10 ms 150 ms +100 ms 1,000 ms 1,000 ms Reduce latency to milliseconds Network latency requirements Smart Metering Grid protection 0 s 500m s 1,000 ms Web page loading Channel zapping Game (1st person) Voice calling Video calling Touch/response Car pilot HF Trading 50 ms 100 ms +70 ms 5…20 ms 1..5 ms 10 ms 40 ms 0+ ms
  10. 10. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.10 Sufficient bandwidth for media- rich, delay-sensitive applications Content & processing in close proximity to the user Instant control based on network & user experience Reduce latency to milliseconds - Bandwidth, Proximity, Control Edge Core RTT: 1…20ms RTT: 5…10 ms RTT: 10…100+ ms Rule enforcement Rule definition Content optimization Networking SoC’s >1ms/200km HSPA 100 ms 200 ms 150 ms 50 ms 0 ms LTE B4G low load high load Average time to load a video frame SD/H.265 UHD/H.265 Full HD/H.265 HD HD SD UHD Reduce latency to milliseconds
  11. 11. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.11 Edge services for a wealth of rich low latency applications Computing & storage in the BTS Radio data exposure and export Standard IT environment Applications ecosystem Contextualizing applications with real-time networks data M2M Augmented reality Time to start 720 HD video 15 sec. Liquid Applications: 5 sec. Reduce latency to milliseconds Caching
  12. 12. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.12 Cloud, SDN and NFV • Network Functions running on standard IT hardware • Decoupling of HW and SW • Use of IT virtualization technology • Higher degree of automation and flexibility • ETSI ISG Network Functions Virtualization • Network abstraction • Decoupling of control and data planes • Centralized control, overlay networks • Programmable and open API • Support for variety of platforms • Open source Software Defined Networking • Programmable, SW-defined datacenter • Decoupling of HW and SW • Business Agility • IaaS, PaaS and SaaS* • Fast and growing open source ecosystem • Open source Cloud Computing *) IaaS, PaaS and SaaS: Infrastructure-, Platform-and Software-as-a-Service Reinvent Telcos for the cloud
  13. 13. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.13 Leveraging cloud computing paradigms to create a software defined, programmable infrastructure HSS IMS enterprise-grade telco-grade OSS CEM HW SW HW SW HW SW HW SW SDN principle decoupling control and network Cloud principle decoupling SW and HW Reinvent Telcos for the cloud network control network control network control network controlCompute Storage Network Virtual Resource Manager OSS CEM HSS GW Routing... Open Interfaces
  14. 14. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.14 Energy efficiency can beat Traffic Growth A combination of measures is needed to reduce network energy consumption Energy efficiency by new silicon technology and optimised processing Energy efficiency comes with network modernization – phase out of legacy technologies needed Source: NSN analysis, example radio access deployment scenario with 20k Macro sites, 30m subscribers, 200MB/month/user initial traffic. 5 years equipment lifetime and rollout of key technology improvements & small cells. Flatten total energy consumption High resource utilization will be a key contributor to increased energy efficiency
  15. 15. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.15 Networks need to undergo a fundamental transformation Network Architecture 2020 Flexibility & efficiency through virtualization and automation Heterogeneous access combining multiple technologies and cell sizes Content and application aware Central data centers for efficient network control and XaaS offerings Local data centers hosting multiple intelligent network applications Real-time insights and automated adaptive actions WWW
  16. 16. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved.16 to get the required lean agility for improved efficiency and sustainability Remain profitable and achieve a strong competitive positioning to support the growing demand Support up to 1000 times more capacity Reinvent Telcos for the cloud Flatten total energy consumption to enable real-time user experience Reduce latency to milliseconds
  17. 17. ©2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks. All rights reserved. We are future ready to bring our vision to reality 1GB of personalized data per user per day profitably

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