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November 27-29, 2012                            South San Francisco Conference CenterExtending 4G Communications with WebR...
AGENDA•   Mobile broadband trends•   4G-LTE•   VoLTE (IMS communications over LTE) and RCS•   IMS and WebRTC•   4G communi...
THE EMERGENCE OF MOBILE BROADBAND                                            25x traffic growth                           ...
MOVING TOWARDS BROADBANDANYWHERE ANYTIME                       Fixed broadband life       Growing number of smart         ...
RESULT: MASSIVE MOBILE DATA TRAFFIC GROWTHForecast consumption by device type                                             ...
LTE ADDRESSES THE DATA EXPLOSION CHALLENGE                                                                                ...
KEY LTE ATTRIBUTES                                   WCDMA HSPA                                               LTE Advanced...
253 OPERATORS COMMITTED TO LTE IN 84COUNTRIES  9|                  COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
TIER 1 U.S. OPERATORS LAUNCH LTE IN 2010/2011         Complete roll-out mid-2013                 Complete roll-out YE-2013...
GSMA INTRODUCES VOLTE • GSM Association (GSMA) sponsored IR.92 profile is   an industry effort to ease the introduction of...
A DECADE OF EVOLUTION OF 3GPP STANDARDS      2002          2003   2004    2005     2006     2007     2008      2009     20...
FIRST VoLTE LAUNCHES IN 2012                                                          August 2012 August 2012             ...
RICH COMMUNICATIONS SUITEStarted in 2008, under GSMA   -       Cross-operator standardized communication services         ...
RCS ECOSYSTEM                                                                                                  2012 Launch...
A WEB-CONNECTED WORLD IS COMING          7.3 Billion                   2 Billion Internet           N Connected Devices   ...
LTE + IMS + WEBRTC                                                            Wired phone                               Br...
MULTIPLE WAYS WEBRTC CAN EXTEND 4GCOMMUNICATIONS1.    4G communications provides voip, video, messaging, and other RCS ser...
WEB EXTENSION FOR VOLTE SUBSCRIBER:     MULTI-DEVICE                                                                      ...
WEB EXTENSION FOR FRIENDS ANDFAMILY OR BIZ PARTNERS                    IMS Service Provider                               ...
WEBRTC ON LAPTOPS, TABLETS, OTHERDEVICES OVER LTE                         1.     Laptops, tablets, others (e.g. cars)     ...
WEBRTC ON MOBILE PHONES OVER LTE                              • HTML5 OS-based mobiles                                  – ...
QOS FOR WEBRTC SOLUTIONS                                                                                                  ...
CLOSING• WebRTC is an exciting new HTML5 client technology enabling IP  communications innovations on multiple device plat...
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  1. 1. November 27-29, 2012 South San Francisco Conference CenterExtending 4G Communications with WebRTCIMS and WebRTCAnne LeeCTO, AdvancedCommunications SolutionsInnovationsNovember 28, 2012
  2. 2. AGENDA• Mobile broadband trends• 4G-LTE• VoLTE (IMS communications over LTE) and RCS• IMS and WebRTC• 4G communications extension with WebRTC• Closing
  3. 3. THE EMERGENCE OF MOBILE BROADBAND 25x traffic growth during next 5 years! Internet over mobile 70% of mobile data by 20142.5 billion smart connections by 2015 Source: Bell Labs analysis Facebook: 1+ billion users, 200+ million access via mobile devices Mobile devices are YouTube = top online video content property @ primary means of access 144.8 million unique viewers in December 2010 for 75% of YouTube users Source: Nielsen – Three Screen Report
  4. 4. MOVING TOWARDS BROADBANDANYWHERE ANYTIME Fixed broadband life Growing number of smart Rise of the millennial(s) Massively adopted now applications phones and “exportable” to mobile More The Millennials Generation born and/or raised with Internet (11-25 years old) My life in my handset New generation of devices 2010: 400 per km2 Within 5 years, millennials will spread ecosystem and communicating machines 2015: 12,800 per km2 their “early-adopters” life style into Rich their adult lives & enterprises Move to indoor traffic Fixed to Mobile 2016: Over 80% of wireless Substitution traffic generated indoors Connected broadband life style Source: Bell Labs analysis 5| COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  5. 5. RESULT: MASSIVE MOBILE DATA TRAFFIC GROWTHForecast consumption by device type Forecast of data usage per user / monthWorldwide Aggregate Mobile Traffic Bell Labs Traffic Index, Jan 2012 16,000 MBps/month/user 3,000 14,000 90% Gaming 2,500 12,000 CAGR Web Browsing Audio Streaming 10,000 2,000 PB / Month Downloads 8,000 1,500 All Video 6,000 1,000 4,000 Cloud (non-Video) 500 P2P 2,000 SMS/MMS/IM/Voice 0 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 NAR APAC EUROPE High growth in Web, Streaming, 25x growth over 5 years Interactive Video Apps Data usage per user projected to grow from Source: Bell Labs analysis 700MB to 2.5GB 6| COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  6. 6. LTE ADDRESSES THE DATA EXPLOSION CHALLENGE 2010+ 4GHigh LTE Real-time 3G Multimedia Network Impact - 50-100 Mb/s peak - High Capacity 2G Video - Low Latency Streaming - Concurrent Voice 1G and Data 2 Mb/s to 14.4 - QoS Web Browsing Mb/s - Security Short Messaging - Always on 128 to 384 kb/s - All-IPLow - Lower Capex/Byte 9.6 to 240 kb/s Low Device and Service Sophistication High … As penetration of increasingly sophisticated devices and bandwidth-hungry applications rise 7| COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  7. 7. KEY LTE ATTRIBUTES WCDMA HSPA LTE Advanced HSPA+ LTE (UMTS) HSDPA / HSUPA (IMT Advanced)Max downlink speed 384 k 14 M 28 M 100M 1GbpsMax uplink speed 128 k 5.7 M 11 M 50 M 500 MbpsLatencyround trip time 150 ms 100 ms 50ms (max) ~10 ms less than 5 msapprox3GPP releases Rel 99/4 Rel 5 / 6 Rel 7 Rel 8 Rel 10 2005 / 6 HSDPAApprox years of initial roll out 2003 / 4 2008 / 9 2009 / 10 2007 / 8 HSUPAAccess methodology CDMA CDMA CDMA OFDMA / SC-FDMA OFDMA / SC-FDMAEnhanced MIMO (8X8 DL, 4X4 UL) Coordinated Multi Point (CoMP)—Network MIMO Carrier Aggregation Advanced SON (Coverage & Capacity optim, HeNeT optim.)
  8. 8. 253 OPERATORS COMMITTED TO LTE IN 84COUNTRIES 9| COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  9. 9. TIER 1 U.S. OPERATORS LAUNCH LTE IN 2010/2011 Complete roll-out mid-2013 Complete roll-out YE-2013 3G • Converged RAN featuring LTE eNodeB, and • Mobile Backhaul 4G •Innovation Centers for customers, partners, and developers Largest 4G LTE networks in the world
  10. 10. GSMA INTRODUCES VOLTE • GSM Association (GSMA) sponsored IR.92 profile is an industry effort to ease the introduction of VoLTE/VoIMS via specification of critical inter- working requirements between UE and network vendors – Work initiated within standalone "One Voice" forum and transferred to GSMA IREG RiLTE in early 2010 • Key links: – GSMA VoLTE = http://www.gsmworld.com/our- work/mobile_broadband/VoLTE.htm – IR.92 = http://www.gsm.org/newsroom/document- library/all_documents.html
  11. 11. A DECADE OF EVOLUTION OF 3GPP STANDARDS 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11Example QOS, Policy & LTE Intro, IMS IMS LTE Enh. WLAN, LTE Charging, CSFB, SR-Areas Introduced Enhancements eCSFB eSRVCC Enh.* Emergency VCC, ICS * - enhancements to LTE in R11 And beyond will be collectively known as “LTE Advanced.” Key areas of 3GPP Standards Enhancement for Voice/SMS since 3GPP R6: – Introduction of QOS, policy and charging architecture (R7) – Introduction of legacy-to-IMS Short Message gateway, IP-SM-GW (R7) – Specification of emergency call handling (R7) – Introduction of circuit-to-packet Voice Call Continuity (R7) and Single-Radio Voice Call Continuity (R8, enhanced R10) – Introduction of Circuit Switched Fallback (R8,enhanced R9) – Introduction of IMS Centralized Services (R8, enhanced R9)
  12. 12. FIRST VoLTE LAUNCHES IN 2012 August 2012 August 2012 October 2012 LG Connect AT&T, Verizon, others… LG Optimus II coming soon
  13. 13. RICH COMMUNICATIONS SUITEStarted in 2008, under GSMA - Cross-operator standardized communication services www.gsma.com/rcs/Joint effort of leading industry players - 30 of the worlds top operators FEATURES: OMA REST APIs: - >60 leading vendors of • Instant messaging • Presence - Handsets • Group chat • Messaging • Video sharing • Addressbook - Infrastructure • Network addressbook • File transfer - Applications • Presence & location • Video share • File transfer and more... • and more…JOYN, launch during MWC 2012 - customer-facing brand for Rich Communications www.joynus.com - Identify and promote the servicesRCS-5, launch during MWC 2012 - New Global Framework for Rich Communications - Address worldwide market It’s just there, it just works
  14. 14. RCS ECOSYSTEM 2012 Launches Others… coming soonSource: http://www.gsma.com/rcs/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/evaluating_current_challenges.pdf
  15. 15. A WEB-CONNECTED WORLD IS COMING 7.3 Billion 2 Billion Internet N Connected Devices M Apps People* Connected People per Consumers per Device“Communication is no longer limited to phones and flows like water across multiple platforms and devices” Josh Silverman, former CEO of Skype  HTML5 simplifies developing and delivering apps across this range of devices  It provides a consistent app experience regardless of the device/device vendor  The majority of these connected devices and resident apps can benefit by integrating RTC  WebRTC is the means to integrate RTC into this collection of devices and apps WebRTC can support a seamless communication experience in the connected world allowing consumers to communicate when and how they choose * Source: UN projection for 2016
  16. 16. LTE + IMS + WEBRTC Wired phone Browser PC W Tablet e PC b JS client Smartphone A 1. GUI 2. SIP/WS p 3. JSEP LTE, Tablet p Fixed IMS BB, 3G, Ckt VoLTE mobile WebRTC bearer clientSmartphone Device OS TV TV Device WebRTC can realize the multi-access, multi-device, Non-traditional device POTS phone multi-screen vision of IMS
  17. 17. MULTIPLE WAYS WEBRTC CAN EXTEND 4GCOMMUNICATIONS1. 4G communications provides voip, video, messaging, and other RCS services over macro wireless LTE access. a. WebRTC gives VoLTE/4G comm subscribers the ability to access and use their IMS services from other devices over multiple access technologies – including PCs, tablets, TVs, etc. over fixed and wireless networks b. WebRTC allows VoLTE/4G comm subscribers’ friends and families to use IMS services – extending the reach of advanced IMS features before full interoperability between IMS service providers is achieved.2. WebRTC can be provided on PCs, tablets, and other non-mobile devices over 4G access technology – Leveraging LTE capabilities to take advantage of QoS and ANDSF may be an option3. WebRTC can be provided on mobile phones over 4G access technology – Firefox OS handsets available 2013 with circuit voice
  18. 18. WEB EXTENSION FOR VOLTE SUBSCRIBER: MULTI-DEVICE HSS I/S-CSCF MRF MGW P-CSCF Presen TAS NAB IM ce inbox webRTC GW Additional Beyond RCS RCS Virtual SIM IMS SP IMSExtends VoLTE IMS subscription services access to the web Web svr browser. Support originations and terminations.1. Basic functions needed: Native Client a) VoIP, video call/share, messaging, inbox b) SIM-less authentication Web Client c) Common network addressbook (multi-screen/multi-device) d) Presence PC (Web site) Tablet VoLTE smartphone e) Regulatory services (not shown) f) QoS (not shown)2. Additional functions: a) RCS – e.g. File transfer, image share, etc. Smartphone TV b) Collaboration beyond RCS – e.g. whiteboard, document share, screen share. ANY ACCESS NETWORK
  19. 19. WEB EXTENSION FOR FRIENDS ANDFAMILY OR BIZ PARTNERS IMS Service Provider HSS I/S-CSCF MRF MGWHi everyone,This is a Communicate Now!great service P-CSCFfrom my IMS TAS IMSP webRTC GW Additional Beyond RCS RCS Guest subscriber IMS SP IMSVoLTE IMS subscriber sends URL link to friends and family Web svr for joining webRTC-enabled communications session Native Client1. Basic functions needed: Web Client a) VoIP, video call/share, messaging b) Guest IMS subscriber support PC (Web site) Tablet c) Regulatory services (not shown) d) QoS (not shown)2. Additional functions: a) RCS – e.g. File transfer, image share, etc. Smartphone TV b) Collaboration beyond RCS – e.g. whiteboard, document ANY ACCESS NETWORK share, screen share.
  20. 20. WEBRTC ON LAPTOPS, TABLETS, OTHERDEVICES OVER LTE 1. Laptops, tablets, others (e.g. cars) – Access to webRTC apps – QoS support 2. Other devices (e.g. concierge kiosk, ATM, etc.) – WebRTC provides device app-specific communications – QoS support LTE Network IMS HSS IMS SP Virtual Web svr SIM P-CSCF I/S-CSCF MRF MGW webRTC Presen GW PCRF TAS IM ce Additional Beyond RCS RCS
  21. 21. WEBRTC ON MOBILE PHONES OVER LTE • HTML5 OS-based mobiles – Firefox OS mobiles launch target 1Q2013 leveraging circuit voice – Assumption: WebRTC to follow • HTML5-enabled smartphones – Estimates target ~2015 for HTML5 webRTC mobiles IMS Firefox OS mobile handsets HSS IMS SP Web svr P-CSCF webRTC I/S-CSCF MRF MGW GW Presen PCRF TAS IM ce Additional Beyond RCS RCS
  22. 22. QOS FOR WEBRTC SOLUTIONS HSS I/S-CSCF MRF MGW Communicate Click here chat with Walmart customer service agent . P-CSCF PCRF webRTC Web extension Business-to-consumer Anonymous e-Commerce GW ANDSF General Hospital Patient Services +1 630 713 1257 +1 630 596 7427 Virtual Enter patient name: <video Cllick-to- Communicate SIM Enter chat IMS patient room: Your window> name: Call Passw ord: Communicate IMS SP Web svr Secure healthcare Intra-Enterprise Gaming communicationsMultiple aspects to QoS for webRTC solutions Native Client1. Basic functions needed: Web Client a) PCC support (as defined today) PC (Web site) Tablet VoLTE smartphone2. Additional functions: a) ANDSF (3GPP standards for access and APN selection) b) Multiplexing (actively discussing in standards) Smartphone TV c) RMCAT Congestion control (starting discussion in standards) ANY ACCESS NETWORK
  23. 23. CLOSING• WebRTC is an exciting new HTML5 client technology enabling IP communications innovations on multiple device platforms integrating into millions of websites and web apps.• WebRTC can extend 4G communications in multiple ways: 1. Web extension a) Extend access to IMS comm services beyond the VoLTE smartphone to PCs, tablets, TVs, etc. b) Allow non-IMS subscribers to join a conference via a webRTC URL link 2. PCs, tablets, non-traditional devices, and other non-mobile devices on 4G 3. Mobile phones a) HTML5-based OS handsets b) HTML5-enabled smartphones web Σ F(WebRTC,IMS,4G) = Rapid Innovation n=devices
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