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  • 1. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 Hossein Moiin CTO, Nokia Siemens Networks Broadband from today to 2015 and beyond Challenges and Opportunities
  • 2. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Transforming lives &work Individualisation & socialisation Clouds/Network are the computer Transforming all industries Adoption Communication technologies as transformation agents Adaptation Absorption Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15
  • 3. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 Uncertain TIMES Where are the trends leading ?
  • 4. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Example: Brasilians like the Internet experience and are very enthusiastic regarding usage in future Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 Would upgrade their fixed Internet access at home Would spend more time on the mobile Internet in the future Source: Nokia Siemens Networks Broadband study 2009 81% 63%
  • 5. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 Where are the bottlenecks and limitations? Spectrum is a limited resource The data tornado needs to be managed Content rich apps challenge long loop copper lines Streaming & interactivity drive need for low latency networks Cloud computing adoption will stress the network
  • 6. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 The challenge to realize the broadband opportunities Need for highly scalable networks @ lowest cost per bit Voice/data revenue growth 3% YoY 0% 200% 400% 600% 800% 1000% 1200% 2015 0 Bn$ 500 Bn$ 1.000 Bn$ 1.500 Bn$ 2.000 Bn$ 2.500 Bn$ 3.000 Bn$ Broadband data and new subscribers drive growth … 2009 Voice Data Voice Data But there will be a gap between traffic and revenue growth Traffic growth of 50% YoY Subs growth of 10% YoY
  • 7. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 The blueprint for an “indiversal” network Customer & value centric - evolve to the Network of One One Agile operation One Simplified network One Flexible service delivery Holistic approach to efficiency and experience
  • 8. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 How to meet near-term demands for broadband @home? FTTC/B with VDSL2 is the most cost effective way to satisfy the need for 50 Mbps per household
  • 9. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 It becomes difficult to satisfy bandwidth hunger with today's access technologies upstream downstream 50 50 100 Mbps Web surfing HDTV Video Sharing Super HDTV Gaming Applications bandwidth demand 100 Mbps ADSL ADSL2+ upstream downstream GPON Docsis3.0 VDSL2 50 50 Access technology capabilities (today) 100 Mbps 100 Mbps 3x HDTV Surfing Gaming
  • 10. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 Next Generation Optical Access – NGOA1) Shaping the colorful future of broadband access Photonic IP core Passive splitter Long distance office UD-WDM OLT 1) Nokia Siemens Networks research project 2) depending on choice of cascaded splitter / filter design Passive optical distribution network One wavelength per customer: unshared 1Gbps symmetrical Passive filter/combiner Up to 100 km reach2) and high splitting factor of ≤ 1000 2)
  • 11. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Technology evolution supports mobile broadband High data rates in the most efficient way The ultimate mobile broadband experience with LTE and LTE-A Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15
  • 12. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 Enabling the mobile broadband experience Capacity and coverage count of cells carry of the traffic for rural coverage for high capacity
  • 13. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 Heterogeneous Networks The Combined Benefit of Wide & Local Area Wide Area • Majority of cells • Beyond 300 m Medium Area • Share growing • 100-300m Hot spots • Share growing • 10-100m Indoor • Share growing • 1-10m Femto LTE TD-LTE LTE-ATD-LTE-A GSM HSPA+ WiFi
  • 14. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 Delivering the mobile broadband experience means more base stations, more cell sites and higher backhaul capacity PDH vs Ethernet: Annual Mobile Backhaul Service Charges per Connection Source: Infonetics Research (2010)Source: ABI Research 2010 21% of CAPEX for mobile backhaul Backhaul is going to IP/Ethernet for lowest cost per bit and to fit with all-IP services
  • 15. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 Full-packet mobile backhaul network evolution starts today via any access media LTE ready backhaul Provide synchronization, meet latency targets and optimize connectivity between NodeBs eNodeB/ NodeB/ BTS HSPA LTE LTE-A GSM/ EDGE copper fiber microwave IP/Ethernet Access Aggregation NG backhaul Leverage technologies like NGOA, packet microwave radio, LTE-A relaying
  • 16. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Providing an “Identity” bridge between Connectivity and Applications Applications Connectivity GSM GPRS EDGE HSPA LTE WLAN WiMAX DSL PON Mobile TV Advertising E-Mail Payments Social Networks IPTV Gaming ID Provider HTTP Digest GAA/ GBA Open ID SAML 2.0 MAP EAP RADIUS Diameter Identity Management Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15
  • 17. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Internet Cellphones Laptops Adoption Adaptation Absorption Smart Phones eReaders Objects connected Connected car A market on the move Development of smart ‘things’ & the “indiversal” network Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15
  • 18. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15 We need to work collectivelly as an industry to provide enriching services and ensure CSPs real growth. LTE, SON and all-IP transport networks will enhance the end user broadband experience. CSPs will have the corner stones to integrate web and network providing enriching services. Mobile broadband is a key technology component to increase Brazilians’ digital inclusion.
  • 19. 2010 © Nokia Siemens Networks Thank you Futurecom Brazil, October 2010 01/29/15

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