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  • 1. BeFEMTOBroadband evolved FEMTO NetworksCall FP7-ICT-2009-4Proposal No: 248523 EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop 23-24 March 2011 Dr. Thierry Lestable Technology & Innovation Manager SAGEMCOM SASCopyright Future BeFEMTO– Broadband Evolved FEMTO Network. AllEU-Canada© 2011 Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 Rights reserved. http://www.ict-befemto.eu/ T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 1
  • 2. Outline Consortium overview Objectives & vision Challenges & expected impacts Structure of the project Motivation & Market status Influence of the project Conclusions & Way-Forward EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 2
  • 3. BeFEMTO Consortium, Objectives & Expected impactsEU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 3
  • 4. BeFEMTO Consortium Duration: Jan. 2010 – Jun. 2012 (30 Months) Consortium: 12 Countries: 6 FI Industrial (Operator): DOCOMO, PTC, UOULU TID Industrial (Manufacturer): NEC, SC, QC SME: TTI, mimoOn GB DE PL NEC,UNIS DOCOMO, PTC Research Centres: CTTC, CEA QC, mimoOn FR Higher Education: UOULU, UNIS SC,CEA Advisory Board: 7 ES CTTC, S. Saunders (Femto Forum), W. Webb TID,TTI (Ofcom), U. Mulligan (ETSI), M. Busilo (UKE), J. P. Kermoal (ECO), B. Espinosa (ANFR), F.Pujol (IDATE) Total Budget: 10.2 M€ EC funding: 6.9 M€ EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 4
  • 5. BeFEMTO Objectives & Approach Overall Goal To research & develop evolved LTE-A based femtocell technologies that accelerate cost-effective provision of ubiquitous broadband services by convergence b/w fixed and wireless broadband Approach Near-term solutions: Novel techniques for standalone femtocells for early deployment Long-term solutions: Novel concepts of networked femtocells, fixed outdoor relay femtocells for enhancing cell-edge capacity, and mobile femtocells in public transport, all with SON capabilities for minimising OPEX and simplifying remote network management Validation: Through 4 experimental testbeds, mathematical analysis, and simulation tools Objectives High Spectral Efficiency: 8 bits/s/Hz/cell Maximum Mean Transmit Power: 10 mW Support infrastructure and spectrum sharing Enabling new services for home, enterprise and mobile (transportation) environments. New and novel use of femto technology in outdoor environments EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 5
  • 6. BeFEMTO’s Vision Truly Broadband Radio Access Technologies Major focus is on autonomously self-optimizing and self-managing femto EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 6
  • 7. BeFEMTO Challenges Challenging working areas with potential for collaboration: RF Signal Processing efficient, low-cost power amplifiers, highly sensitive receivers, flexible channel bandwidth, reliable RF filters, … Interference Management coping with unplanned rollouts, macro-femto-coordination, coverage estimation, interference cancellation, … Link and Access Management handover, admission control, resource management (s.a. load balancing and flow control), … Network Management and Architecture access control, authentication, local breakout, efficient forwarding, seamless mobility, zero-config, … Backhaul Issues wired or wireless backhaul, reducing signaling load, QoS provisioning and traffic priorization, … Low Cost and Low Power Implementation e.g. maintaining both coverage and capacity at very low transmit power Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation and Sharing multi-operator band sharing, flexible bandwidth allocation, backhaul sharing, … EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 7
  • 8. Expected Impacts Impact on Technical Field: Impact on Standards and Regulation Boost of Spectrum Efficiency, 3GPP, FemtoForum, BroadbandForum Reduced Cost per Bit Harmonization of European Regulation Early Migration to LTE-A Enabler for Green Radio Cooperative Networked Femtocells Impact on Quality of Life Mobile Femtocells ubiquitous access to mobile broadband services ease-of-use Strategic Impact reduction in electro-magnetic radiation CAPEX savings through convergence, OPEX savings through self-* wide availability of broadband services Impact on Next Generation Networks new service opportunities and Service Infrastructures reinforcing European leadership low-cost provisioning of broadband wireless access and services indoor+outdoor, fixed+mobile, short- and long-range EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 8
  • 9. Work Package Structure EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 9
  • 10. Advisory Board Members Regulatory Organizations Industry Group Ofcom (UK) Femto Forum Prof. William Webb, Head of Prof. Simon Saunders, Chairman of Femto Forum R&D industry group & WG4 chair UKE (PL) (Regulation) Mariusz Busilo, Deputy Market Research Consulting Director (IDATE) ANFR (FR) IDATE (FR) Fréderic Pujol, Head of Bruno Espinosa, Head of Cellular technologies & Spectrum engineering Spectrum European Standard Organization ECO (ESO) Dr. Jean-Philippe Kermoal, Spectrum Manager ETSI Ultan Mulligan, Director of strategy & new initiatives EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 10
  • 11. BeFEMTO Positioning w.r.t Femtocell Market statusEU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 11
  • 12. Data traffic strongly increasing Vodafone June 2010 Data traffic X2 every year Capacity Crunch Growth expected to continue HetNets needed! March 2010 Docomo March 2010 EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 12
  • 13. Mobile Phone/Service Problems Femtocells are seen As a solution to avoid the Resulting Churn Rate!! EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 13
  • 14. Residential Macro Data Offload Offload via WiFi and/or Femtocell On average, more than 70% of traffic can still be Offloaded ! EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 14
  • 15. Femtocell Ecosystem: 62 Operators Femto Forum – 62 Operators members EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 15
  • 16. Femtocell Ecosystem: 74 Technologyproviders End to End Solutions Components & Software Femto Access Points Femto Core Network Others The Ecosystem is now mature enough, and has experienced its 2nd IOT Plugfest. EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 16
  • 17. Femtocell Market status 19 Commercial Deployments in 13 countries, 15 Roll-out commitments in 2011 EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 17
  • 18. BeFEMTO & Femto Forum 6 Partners members of Femto Forum Prof. Simon Saunders (Femto Forum chairman) is member of our Advisory Board will be Keynote Speaker within our FuNEMS’11 Workshop EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 18
  • 19. Investing in LTE: 180 Operators in70 Countries 17 Commercial LTE NW launched 63 LTE User Devices (Feb.2011) 128 Commercial LTE Commitments in 52 countries 52 additional pre-commitment trials EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 19
  • 20. Worldwide Mobile BroadbandSpectrum FDD: 2x70MHz FDD: 2x35MHz TDD: 50MHz FDD Hong-Kong 7 3 China Mobile 2600 1800AWS TeliaSonera Genius Brand Vodafone CSL Ltd O2 … Major TD-LTE Market … (incl. India) VerizonmetroPCS AT&T 21 NTT DoCoMo 1500 Refarming and Extensions are still to come… Digital Dividend EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 20
  • 21. TD-LTE is gaining momentum TD-LTE is considered within BeFEMTO as a potential solution for Femtocells. e.g. TD-LTE Overlay within FDD Uplink (UOULU). EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 21
  • 22. LTE Deployment Time-window opportunity For new markets! BeFEMTO Project Timeline is well aligned: Not too early nor too late. (drafting of proposal was back to late 2008/early 2009!) EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 22
  • 23. BeFEMTO Influence & Roadmap 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 BeFEMTO Project Prototyping Timeline Completion of 3GPP Releases Rel-9 Rel-10 Rel-11 Rel-12 Expected to be aligned with IMT-Advanced IOT, Certification Trials Time to Market EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 23
  • 24. Year 1 – Deliverables, Achievements & Dissemination highlightsEU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 24
  • 25. Produced Deliverables Dissemiation Delivery Del. Deliverable Name WP Editor Estimated PM Nature level date D1.1 Website of the project 1 SC 0.5 O PU M1 Evaluation of progress status of the project, D1.2 1 SC 6.5 R CO M12 issue 1 Description of baseline reference systems, use D2.1 case requirements, evaluation and impact 2 TID 25 R PU M12 on business model Promising SON enabling & multi-cell RRM D4.1 techniques for standalone and networked 4 UNIS 40 R PU M12 femtocells Femtocell access control, networking, mobility, D5.1 5 TID 50 R PU M12 and management concepts (final) Selection of scenarios for proof of concept testbeds and specifications for key D6.1 6 mimoOn 80 R PU M12 building blocks functionalities and interfaces Report on the standardisation and dissemination D7.1 7 NEC 20 R PU M12 activities for the first evaluation period EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 25
  • 26. Use cases & New services Broadband Everywhere eHealth service Femto Node Femto Node Localization services My Home moves with Me shopping center Child terminal Where is my child ?! Access Access Network Network EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 26
  • 27. Business Model 50£ one off 180$ one off +5£/month 5$/month +1.5$/month 10$/month 250$ one off free of charge 159$ one off 32$/month 100€ one off +8€ /month 15€/month 10€/month 199€ one off 255$ one off +42$/month In BeFEMTO, four business cases are investigated: - One off fee: the user pays 50€ once, and the monthly payment does not change (35€/month) - No fee: the user does not pay for the femtocell, and the monthly payment does not change (35€/month) - Decrease: the user does not pay for the femtocell, and the monthly payment decreases by 5€ to 30€/month - Increase: the user does not pay for the femtocell, and the monthly payment increases by 5€ to 40€/month EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 27
  • 28. Simulations Scenarios Examples Interference Management Solutions RRM SolutionsPow Capability to X N-3X reuse F1 Femto-UE2 eNB F1 HeNB hHeNB −UE1 Freq Macro-UE1 Self-Organising Networking Solutions Authentication, Routing, Mobility Mgt Solutions end-to-end latency 10 ms WAN Mobile Network Broadband Uplink (10 Mb/s, symmetric) Switched Ethernet (1 Gb/s) EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 28
  • 29. 4 Test-BedsInterference Management for LTE-Radio Routing in Networks of Femtocells Iu-h interface Tektronix G35 Emulator Iub interface Uu interface User Equipment Siemens NB8860 Node B EXTREME Control & Measurement System Automatic Fault Diagnosis EXTREME Control Network Multi-Radio Interference Analysis EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 29
  • 30. Year 1 - Achievements Use cases, scenarios & innovative services RF Front End Femto Node BeFEMTO System Architecture Testbed: Mesh Femto Network Business Models BeFEMTO Theoretical Investigations EPS Architecture 3GPP EPS Architecture LFGW Node HeNB Node Architecture Architecture Fixed Broadband Access Architecture (e.g. TISPAN or BBF) BeFEMTO Transport Architecture Performances assessment Innovative Algorithms Design Evaluation Methodology & Calibration 1,0 Testbed: LTE Standalone 0,9 CEA DOCOMO 0,8 Sagemcom 0,7 UOLU 0,6 UniS CDF 0,5 0,4 0,3 0,2 0,1 0,0 -70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 G-factor (dB) EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 30
  • 31. Year 1 - Dissemination Activities Standards & industry groups: 9 contributions 6 contributions 2 contributions 1 contribution Conferences and workshops contributions: 12 papers published in top ranked IEEE conferences (VTC, GLOBECOM, ASILOMAR, PIMRC, FuNEMS), and 2 papers in W-GREEN and IOFC workshops. Journals and magazines: 3 articles published Presentations: 5 presentations in Femto Forum, CWIND, EU-Japan symposium and FP7 Concertation meetings. Workshops: 2 approved (IEEE VTC Spring, and FuNEMS) and Call for Papers circulated. Seminar/Training School: 1 Summer School to be collocated with ISIT conference in 2011, 1 Winter school agreed with FREEDOM project in 2012. E-Letter: 1 IEEE e-letter on Multimedia Femtocells LinkedIn: 1 BeFEMTO group created Wikipedia: BeFEMTO referenced as external link in ‘4G’, ‘LTE-Advanced’ and ‘femtocell’ Project website: http://www.ict-befemto.eu/ EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 31
  • 32. Conclusions & Way-ForwardEU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 32
  • 33. Conclusions & Way-Forward Project motivated by the growing need in True Broadband ‘Small & Self-X’ Cells 4 complementary Testbeds 2 international reinforcing the Real-World Workshops (IEEE VTC Proof-of-Concept Spring, ICT FuNEMS) & capabilities 1 Summer School in Outstanding innovative 2011 protocols and algorithms: 1 Panel session in E2E solutions coming PIMRC’11 Unified System Architecture (Toronto) Key partners truly involved 2 Special issues (IEEE & & committed to Femto Hindawi) to come in business 2011 EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 33
  • 34. Thank you for your attention. Any interest for further collaboration, please contact us: thierry.lestable@sagemcom.com Visit our website: http://www.ict-befemto.eu/ Download our Deliverables for FREE.EU-Canada Future Internet Workshop, Waterloo, Canada, 2011-03-23 T.Lestable – FP7 BeFEMTO Presentation 34

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