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Lte executive summary

  1. 1. Mobile Broadband Best 3G performance nowMobile BroadbandBest 3G performance now – ready for LTE The first release of LTE, as The operators’ total cost ofExecutive summary standardized in 3GPP Release 8, ownership of LTE is further reduced1. Mobile broadband – delivers peak data rates of up to by the flat network architecture,challenge and opportunity 173Mbps and allows the which enables streamlined trafficBroadband access is a key enabler maximization of the total data flows and better system scalability,for business communications as throughput on a given frequency and the all-IP concept, whichwell as for consumers joining spectrum allocation. enables savings in the servicecommunities in Web2.0. Business delivery environment.users see the value of ubiquitous LTE is the first largely scalablebroadband access and have largely radio access technology for use in a 3. With Nokia Siemens Networksequipped their notebook computers spectrum landscape that is growing LTE starts nowwith HSPA data cards and increasingly complex around the From the continuous dialogue withsubscribed to business data world. LTE can be used in spectrum our customers we understand thatpackages. These early adopters of allocations from 1.4MHz to 20MHz. three challenges need to bemobile broadband have significantly This makes LTE a mobile mastered when developing an LTEdriven growth. The growth of the broadband technology for all mobile introduction strategy:total data volume by more than network operators, regardless of350% within six months in a their legacy networks and spectrum • How to make sure that LTE canEuropean network is allocations. Eventually, LTE will be introduced in any baserepresentative. allow operators to simplify their station site? networks by deploying LTE on all • How to ensure smooth migrationWith a wider choice of broadband- their spectrum allocations. from the current network to LTE?enabled mobile phones and • How to future-proof ongoingconsumer-oriented mobile internet investments in HSPA?access packages, the mobilebroadband mass market is nowabout to take off. In matured mobilevoice markets, mobile broadband Traffic volume Traffic volumeaccess is becoming an importantdifferentiator for mobile networkoperators. This huge businessopportunity comes with thechallenge of managing theexpected data explosion. Revenue (€/bit)2. LTE – towards highestspectral efficiencyLTE is designed to deliver the Networkhighest data speeds for the cost (€/bit)individual user as well as highesttotal data throughput. Time Voice Data dominated dominated
  2. 2. Our Flexi base station has been Nokia Siemens Networks’ packet Our subscription management anddelivered to more than 100 core network is in use in more than charging systems enable you tonetworks. It provides market- 200 networks and provides a monetize the mobile broadbandleading performance and comes in smooth evolution from offering. Nokia Siemens Networksextremely compact, outdoor- GSM/WCDMA/HSPA to supporting professional services support you incapable modules. The latest LTE. The Mobility Management all phases of LTE introduction andaddition to the Flexi base station Entity and SAE Gateway operation.family, the Nokia Siemens functionalities will be implementedNetworks Flexi Multimode BTS, can in Nokia Siemens Networks’ SGSN With the Nokia Siemens Networksbe upgraded from WCDMA to and Flexi ISN and will be available LTE end-to-end solution, youHSPA to LTE via software. On top in the second half of 2009.of that, the Flexi Multimode BTS,which will be available from the • bring LTE to any antenna site Only Nokia Siemens Networks now • build on the experience fromthird quarter of 2008, is also already provides the flat networkextremely energy-efficient. WCDMA more than 100 WCDMA radio architecture of LTE for usage with networks and more than 200sites built with Flexi Multimode BTS HSPA devices: I-HSPA. Above aconsume only about 25% of the packet core networks and more certain traffic volume we than 500 systems integrationenergy that the sites with the first recommend streamlining of HSPAWCDMA base stations consumed. projects networks by I-HSPA. From I-HSPAWhile being energy-efficient, the • ensure smooth migration from to LTE there are no networkFlexi Multimode BTS also has an current networks to LTE with architecture changes. Our mobileastonishingly high output power in a early network preparation and backhaul solution is also LTEsmall size, namely 3x 60W in a multimode capability ready.single Flexi Multimode RF Module.The SW-upgrade to LTE will be With Nokia Siemens Networks your But end-to-end by Nokia Siemens return on invest is double: highly-available in the second half of 2009. Networks goes beyond radio efficient HSPA performance now,The Flexi Multimode BTS fits in any access and a packet core. With our smooth LTE activation from thesite scenario. market leading IMS, we provide the second half of 2009 onwards. proven service control engine for anIt takes more than the base station all-IP environment. Our unique Copyright © 2007 Nokia Siemens Networks. All rightsto ensure the smooth migration to NetAct OSS system, which features reserved. Other company and product names mentioned herein may be trademarks or trade names of theirLTE, however. We provide a a comprehensive element, network respective owners.comprehensive end-to-end network and service management functions This publication is issued to provide information only andsolution supported by close co- ensures operational efficiency for all is not to form part of any order contract. The productsoperation with Nokia terminals. network technologies. and services described herein are subject to availability and change without notice.Document status: 2007-06-18 www.nokiasiemensnetworks.com

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