Future Architecture, Technology and Application Enablers Roadmap-01

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Future Architecture, Technology and Application Enablers Roadmap-01

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  2. 2. Long Term Revolution Enrico Salvatori, SVP & President QCT Europe President,
  3. 3. Modem Leadership: Breadth & Depth HSPA+ LTE LAUNCHES LAUNCHES NETWORK NETWORK COMMITMENTS COMMITMENTS MULTI-CARRIER LTE TDD TRIALS/DEMOS MDM MDM MDM 8200 8220 9200 HSPA+ DC-HSPA+ LTE Cat3 FEB 2009 AUG 2010 NOV 2010 HSPA+ 21Mbps DC-HSPA+ 42Mbps 4G LTE Source: HSPA+: GSA 24/1/2011, LTE: GSA 12/1/20113
  4. 4. LTE Chipset Platforms Modems & Data Cards Smartphones & Tablets MDM MDM MSM 9200 9600 8960 LTE LTE LTE FDD/TDD DC-HSPA+ DC-HSPA+/DOrB Multi Mode 3G EDGE EDGE Dual Core • 50+ designs by 25+ OEMs • Dual-core CPU (28nm) • Sampled 3Q 2009 • Superior graphics & multimedia • 100 Mbps DL/50 Mbps UL • Integrated connectivity (WLAN, GPS, Bluetooth, FM) • Sampling in 2011 First Multimode 4G LTE FDD/TDD with 3G WCDMA and CDMA networks4
  5. 5. Smartphones: Expanding to the Masses ~ 2.5 BILLION SMARTPHONES FORECAST TO BE SHIPPED (2011–2014) >45% <15% 2009 2014 Smartphone Shipments as % of Handsets Qualcomm Graphic based on Gartner data, Source: Gartner Inc. Forecast: Mobile Devices forecast update, 3Q10 Update, Carolina Milanesi et al, September 15, 20105
  6. 6. Data Growth will Continue6
  7. 7. Handsets and Beyond THE INTERNET GOES MOBILE IN MANY FORMS – INCLUDING LTE Non-Handset Mobile Broadband Device Shipments Expected to Grow at 25 40% CAGR From 2009 2014 25–40% 2009–2014 Non-handset devices include E-readers, Media Tablets, Data devices and M2M modules Source: CAGR is based on forecasts from ABI Research (Sep/Oct’10) and Gartner (Oct’10)7
  8. 8. Complex Topologies for Future Deployment Today’s LTE Deployments Future Deployments Hot-spots Dense deployments and more open access Femto t F t networks, e.g. M ll k Malls, Residential Small Large Venues etc. Enterprises Enterprises Home offices Dense Deployments Open Access Outdoor Hot Spots Deployments g p y q q p p y Meeting future capacity requirements requires complex deployment of multiple technologies – LTE, HSPA+, dual and multi-carrier, femtos, repeaters....
  9. 9. Conclusion • Consumer preferences are clear – data will continue to grow • Optimal network deployment will be heavily dependent on local circumstances • Mobile devices will have to support huge range of possible options • Integrated, multi-mode chipsets required9
  10. 10. Thank You10
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