4G LTE Mobile Broadband Overview


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  • SMA ketemu calon istri, udah naksir dari dulu tapi baru nyangkut pas udah kerja di JakartaPSI dapat karena rekomendasi (kompetensi dan koneksi, both penting  )Beliau ini adalah Indra Simalango, sekarang jadi boss di British Telecom IndonesiaPSI meet with great people in Cisco Industry: Lukas D Wibowo, Arthur Siahaan, etc. Meet great people from Telco operatorsPSI belajar Cisco/Networks: CCDA, CCNP but now already expired :DJoin Ericsson juga karena dua hal diatas: kompetensi dan koneksi, bisa masuk Ericsson karena rekomendasi seniorBeliau ini adalah Rendo Ariya Wibawa sekarang Consultant di WANDL New JerseyBelajar banyak teknologi selular di Ericsson dan akhirnya sampai sekarang masih doyanJoin Ericsson US juga karena selain punya skill, ada reference dari Senior Product Manager di Ericsson SwedenKenal dengan beliau saat ada project first time in the world dan saya menjadi SA nya, project nya sukses, Ericsson dan customer tersebut press release tentang keberhasilan project iniAkhirnya beliau merekomendasi saya sehingga mendapat posisi SA di Ericsson North America
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  • 4G LTE Mobile Broadband Overview

    2. 2. AGENDAIntroductionCellular Technology OverviewIP & Cellular Technology4G LTE Technology OverviewSummaryDisclaimer:all materials taken from publicly available sources (references provided at the end of the slides), no company represented, all opinions are myown
    3. 3. INTRODUCTIONSIGIT PRIYANGORO Was born in Bandung, J 1984 All Bandung school euy!: › SDN Sukarela II, SMPN 8 Bandung, SMAN 3 Bandung › ITB – Telecommunication (2002 – 2006) Part time jobs as student: › Physics teacher at BKB Nurul Fikri (2004 – 2006) › System Analyst at PT LAPI Networks ITB (205 – 2006) › ITB – Planologi/Lab RADAR/Lab Telematika Network Admin Career Associate Consultant at Packet Systems Indonesia (PSI) 2006 – 2007 Solution Architect at Ericsson Indonesia (2007 – 2011) Solution Architect at Ericsson North America (2011 – now) Master Student at University of Texas (2011 – now)
    4. 4. AGENDAIntroductionCellular Technology OverviewIP & Cellular Technology4G LTE Technology OverviewSummaryDisclaimer:all materials taken from publicly available sources (references provided at the end of the slides), no company represented, all opinions are myown
    5. 5. TELCO SERVICES, CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT IT› Services Domain – Voice & Messaging – Data – Multimedia
    6. 6. VOICE AND DATA TRAFFIC TRENDSShift on traffic and revenues from Services from Voice/Messaging to Datahttp://gigaom.com/2012/04/29/as-mobile-data-zooms-voice-sms-revenues-slow/
    7. 7. VOICE AND MESSAGING WILL NOT DEAD http://blogs.sybase.com/wdudley/But data trafficincreasesexponentially
    8. 8. DATA SERVICES, GADGETS, IOS AND ANDROIDS, APPS!!At the early development, Laptops and Dongles dominates, but since 2010 onwards Smartphone growth is phenomenal!!http://gigaom.com/2012/04/29/as-mobile-data-zooms-voice-sms-revenues-slow/2012-04-26-portfolio-segmentation/
    9. 9. http://agbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/McDonalds-versus-iphone-versus-android.jpg Data services, gadgets, apple & androids, apps!!
    10. 10. SHOW ME THE MONEY
    11. 11. SHOW ME THE MONEY
    12. 12. SHOW ME THE MONEY
    14. 14. RADIO ACCESS NETWORKFunction A radio access network (RAN) is part of a mobile telecommunication system. It implements a radio access technology. Conceptually, it resides between a device such as a mobile phone, a computer, or any remotely controlled machine and provides connection with its core network (CN). Depending on the standard, mobile phones and other wireless connected devices are varyingly known as user equipment (UE), terminal equipment, mobile station (MS), etc.. RAN functionality is typically provided by a silicon chip residing in both the core network as well as the user equipment.Deployment Distributed throughout regions, for example Sumatera Utara, SUmaterea Selatan, Jawa Barat, etc
    15. 15. RADIO ACCESS NETWORKNode› GRAN: GSM radio access network: BSC (Base Station Controller)› GERAN: essentially the same as GRAN but specifying the inclusion of EDGE packet radio services: BSC› UTRAN: UMTS radio access network (3G): RNC (Radio Network Controller)› E-UTRAN: The Long Term Evolution (LTE) high speed and low latency radio access network: eNodeB (evolved Node B)VendorEricsson, Nokia Siemens Network,Huawei, Alcatel Lucent, Samsung, ZTE
    16. 16. RADIO ACCESS NETWORKCompetence Profile for RAN Engineer & Jobs Example from www.ericssonusjobs.com- Radio Frequency concepts- IP technology concepts- UNIX operating system
    17. 17. TRANSPORT NETWORKFunction A Transport Network connects RAN sites that are distributed throughout regions to the Core Network. Transport network was popularly deployed by TDM technologies (E1, T1), ATM technologies and now IP/Ethernet technologies and optical networks. Microwave Radio technologies also deployed between Radio sites and BSC/RNC Sites.Deployment Distributed throughout regions, connecting remote regions into centralized Core Network Sites. For Example transport from Pangandaran Area to Core Network Site in Bandung.
    18. 18. TRANSPORT NETWORKNode› IP: Routers/Switches› Ethernet: Metro Switches› Microwave: point to point antenna› Optical: Optical Swiches, DWDM, etcVendorCisco, Juniper, Cisco,Nokia Siemens Network,Huawei, Alcatel Lucent, Samsung, ZTECeragon, etc
    19. 19. TRANSPORT NETWORKCompetence Profile for Transport Engineer & Jobs Example from www.ericssonusjobs.com- TCP/IP concepts- QoS technology concepts- Routing/Switching- Microwave concepts- Optical Networking
    20. 20. CORE NETWORKFunction A core network, or network core, is the central part of a telecommunication network that provides various services to customers who are connected by the access network. Core network centralize the processing/routing/mobility and session management of UE and act as gateway to the internet for data communication.Deployment Centralized in capital cities. For example: Medan for Sumatera Utara, Surabaya for Jawa Timur. Orang Core jarang jalan-jalan, orang Radio/Transmisi sering jalan-jalan 
    21. 21. CORE NETWORKNode› Voice: MSC (Mobile Switching Center), M-MGw (Media Gateway), HLR (Home Location Register), etc› Data: SGSN (Serving GPRS Support Node, GGSN (Gateway GPRS Support Node), PCRF (Policy & Charging Rule Function) etcVendorEricsson, Cisco, Juniper,Nokia Siemens Network,Huawei, Alcatel Lucent, Samsung, ZTE
    22. 22. CORE NETWORKCompetence Profile for Core Network Engineer & Jobs Example from www.ericssonusjobs.com- TCP/IP concepts- QoS technology concepts- Routing/Switching- 2G/3G Voice Call Flow- 2G/3G Data Call Flow- SS7/SIGTRAN
    23. 23. OSS/BSS/APPLICATION LAYERFunction Operations support systems (also called operational support systems or OSS) are computer systems used by telecommunications service providers. The term OSS most frequently describes "network systems" dealing with the telecom network itself, supporting processes such as maintaining network inventory, provisioning services, configuring network components, and managing faults. The complementary term business support systems or BSS is a newer term and typically refers to “business systems” dealing with customers, supporting processes such as taking orders, processing bills, and collecting payments. The two systems together are often abbreviated OSS/BSS, BSS/OSS or simply B/OSS.Deployment Centralized in capital cities. For example: Medan for Sumatera Utara, Surabaya for Jawa Timur.
    24. 24. OSS/BSS/APPLICATION LAYERNode› OSS (Operation Support System) – Begadang di NOC :D› Provisioning System› Customer Service System› IN (Intelligent Network): billingVendorEricsson, Cisco, Juniper,Nokia Siemens Network,Huawei, Alcatel Lucent,Samsung, ZTEAmdocs, Sandvine,Local IT Vendor
    25. 25. OSS/BSS/APPLICATION LAYERCompetence Profile for OSS Engineer & Jobs Example from www.ericssonusjobs.com- TCP/IP concepts- SNMP- UNIX Scripting- FCAPS- LDAP/CORBA/SOAP
    26. 26. $SALARY$ :D
    30. 30. 3GPP.ORG (BUKAN .3GP :p)
    31. 31. 3GPP.ORG PACKET NETWORK ARCHITECTURE Gb Iu Abis Iubhttp://wwwen.zte.com.cn/endata/magazine/ztetechnologies/2010/no8/articles/201008/W020100816401860907125.jpg
    32. 32. 3GPP.ROG STANDARDIZED CALL FLOW ue move from lte to 3g area example (multivendor should work)http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4011/4180517009_fdfe6b59bc_o.jpg
    33. 33. AGENDAIntroductionCellular Technology OverviewIP & Cellular Technology4G LTE Technology OverviewSummaryDisclaimer:all materials taken from publicly available sources (references provided at the end of the slides), no company represented, all opinions are myown
    34. 34. IP & CELLULAR TECHNOLOGY10 – 15 years ago, there’s telecommunication world AND internet worldbut now telecommunication players embrace internet (internetan dari hp misalnya)internet players embrace telecommunication (skype, google voice misalnya) CONVERGENCE triple play voice data video
    35. 35. IP & CELLULAR TECHNOLOGYL2 TRANSPORTVLANIn computer networking, a single layer-2 network may be partitioned to create multiple distinct broadcast domains, which are mutually isolated so that packets can only pass between them via one or more routers; such a domain is referred to as a Virtual Local Area Network, Virtual LAN or VLAN.Metro EthernetA metropolitan-area Ethernet, Ethernet MAN, or metro Ethernet network is a metropolitan area network (MAN) that is based on Ethernet standards. It is commonly used to connect subscribers to a larger service network or the Internet. Businesses can also use metropolitan-area Ethernet to connect their own offices to each other. An Ethernet interface is much less expensive than a SONET/SDH or PDH interface of the same bandwidth.Optical NetworkingSynchronous Optical Networking (SONET) and Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) are standardized protocols that transfer multiple digital bit streams over optical fiber using lasers or highly coherent light from light-emitting diodes (LEDs).
    36. 36. IP & Cellular TechnologyL2 TRANSPORT
    37. 37. IP & CELLULAR TECHNOLOGY MPLS VPN MPLS VPN is a family of methods for harnessing the power of multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) to create virtual private networks (VPNs). MPLS VPN gives network engineers the flexibility to transport and route several types of network traffic using the technologies of a MPLS backbone.
    38. 38. IP & Cellular TechnologyMPLS VPN SGi VPN S11 VPN Iu VPN S1 VPN
    39. 39. IP & CELLULAR TECHNOLOGYQoS (Quality of Service)The quality of service (QoS) refers to several related aspects of telephony and computer networks that allow the transport of traffic with special requirements. In particular, much technology has been developed to allow computer networks to become as useful as telephone networks for audio conversations, as well as supporting new applications with even stricter service demands.RAN QoSTransport QoSCore Network QoS
    40. 40. IP & Cellular TechnologyQUALITY OF SERVICEPay more, Get more!
    41. 41. IP & Cellular Technology QOSDotted line prioritized over straight line: DSCP, MPLS TOS, etc
    42. 42. AGENDAIntroductionCellular Technology OverviewIP & Cellular Technology4G LTE Technology Overview DRIVER: DATA EXPLOSION TECHNOLOGY EVOLUTION DATA FLOW COMPARISONSummaryDisclaimer:all materials taken from publicly available sources (references provided at the end of the slides), no company represented, all opinions are myown
    43. 43. 4G LTE Technology Overview TERMINOLOGY http://www.3gpp.org/LTE (specs downloadable for free)LTE or the E-UTRAN (Evolved Universal Terrestrial Access Network) is the access part of theEvolved Packet System (EPS). The Core Network of EPS is called Evolved Packet Core (EPC)LTE is marketing buzzword  EPS EPC LTE
    44. 44. 4G LTE Technology Overview DATA EXPLOSION Data Explosion There are multiple factors contributing to explosive growth in data consumption, but first and foremost is the combination of powerful mobile computing platforms and fast mobile broadband networks. Despite the number of vendors and platform types available on the device side, the industry is converging on what might be considered a “standard” platform for smartphones and also one for tablets.http://www.4gamericas.org/documents/4G%20Americas%20Mobile%20Broadband%20Explosion%20August%2020121.pdf
    45. 45. Data Explosion
    46. 46. Data ExplosionThe rich capabilities of these mobile platformsenable them to consume evenlarger amounts of data through activitiessuch as• music and video streaming• social networking• cloud-based synchronization and applications• web browsing and content downloading.
    47. 47. Data ExplosionSource: Cisco, “Cisco Visual Networking Index:Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2011– 2016,” February 14, 2012.
    48. 48. New Smartphones Released every 2 – 4 months!!!
    49. 49. 4G LTE Technology OverviewWireless Technology Evolution Despite rapid deployments of LTE networks, it will be the middle of the decade before a large percentage of subscribers will actually be using LTE (or LTE- Advanced). During these years, most networks and devices will support the full scope of the 3GPP family of technologies (GSM-EDGE, HSPA, HSPA+, and LTE). The history of wireless-network deployment provides a useful perspective. GSM/2G, which in 2009 was still growing its subscriber base, was specified in 1990 with initial networks deployed in 1991. The UMTS/3G Task Force established itself in 1995, Release 99 specifications were completed in 2000, and HSPA+ specifications were completed in 2007. Although it’s been more than a decade since work began on the technology, only now is UMTS deployment and adoption starting to surge.
    50. 50. Wireless Technology Evolution
    51. 51. Wireless Technology Evolution
    52. 52. Wireless Technology Evolution
    53. 53. 4G LTE Technology OverviewData Flow Comparison 2G 3G 4G-LTE (simplified) OPERATOR XYZ PUNYA LICENSE 2G, 3G DAN LTE DI INDONESIA (MISALKAN)
    54. 54. Network Reference 2G
    55. 55. 4G LTE Technology Overview Data Flow Comparison 2G 3G 4G-LTE (simplified) 2G/EDGE DATA FLOW BTS BTS BSC E1 ~ 2 MbpsE1 ~ 2 Mbps SGSN BSC GGSN SGSN
    56. 56. Network Reference 3G
    57. 57. 4G LTE Technology Overview Data Flow Comparison 2G 3G 4G-LTE (simplified) 3G DATA FLOW NodeB NodeB RNC ATM ~ 155 MbpsATM ~ 155 Mbps SGSN RNC GGSN SGSN
    58. 58. Network Reference LTE
    59. 59. 4G LTE Technology Overview Data Flow Comparison 2G 3G 4G-LTE (simplified) LTE DATA FLOW eNodeB eNodeB RNC DWDM 10 GbpsDWDM 10 Gbps MME RNC PDN-GW MME
    61. 61. Cisco.com
    62. 62. MORE ADVANCED TOPICVoLTE IMS Machine 2 Machine Comm SMARTGRIDDeep Packet Inspection Call FlowRadio ModulationNext time, Next presenter… 
    63. 63. SUMMARYTeknologi seluler menarik dan berkembang pesat (10 tahun lalu HP masih jarang, sekarang??) Teknologi seluler bisa menjadi pilihan karir yang menarik Agar bisa berkiprah di level globalTeknologi IP/IT dan teknologi telekomunikasi sekarang converged: penting untuk punya multi skillSelain mengasah hard skill, human skill seperti “networking” gak kalah pentingBerkarir internasional? Indonesia Bisa!!
    64. 64. SOURCES & FURTHER READINGS• http://www.ericsson.com/res/docs/whitepapers/wp-4g.pdf• http://cdn.ttgtmedia.com/searchTelecom/downloads/SearchTelecom_Fundamentals_of_LTE_Chapter_1.pdf• http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/collateral/ns341/ns973/white_paper_c11-624446.pdf• http://www.4gamericas.org/documents/4G%20Americas%20Mobile%20Broadband%20Explosion%20August%2020121.pdf• http://www.4gamericas.org/documents/4G%20Americas%20Mobile%20Broadband%20Explosion%20August%2020121.pdf• http://www.4gamericas.org/documents/4G%20Americas_3GPP_Rel-10_Beyond_January%202012%20Update.pdf• http://www.4gamericas.org/documents/4G%20Americas%20Deck%20October%202011.pdf• http://www.ece.gatech.edu/research/labs/bwn/surveys/ltea.pdf• http://www.umts-forum.org/component/option,com_docman/task,cat_view/gid,485/Itemid,213/QUESTIONS, DISCUSSIONS, COMMENTS ARE WELCOME!