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LTE as a TV and Video Distribution Network - EE
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LTE as a TV and Video Distribution Network - EE
LTE as a TV and Video Distribution Network - EE
LTE as a TV and Video Distribution Network - EE
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LTE as a TV and Video Distribution Network - EE

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Presented by Matt Stagg, Network Strategy, EE in Cambridge Wireless SIG on 8th April 2014

Presented by Matt Stagg, Network Strategy, EE in Cambridge Wireless SIG on 8th April 2014

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  1. LTE AS A TV &VIDEO DISTRIBUTION NETWORK EVOLVING THE MOBILE NETWORK TO SUPPORT THE RISE INVIDEO AND TV Matt Stagg Network Strategy Cambridge Wireless SIG 8th April 2014
  2. Introduction Historically mobile networks have been built to support voice, text and data. With such a percentage of video, LTE will need to evolve into an optimised ‘Video Distribution Network’ It is forecasted that in 2018 monthly global data traffic will surpass 1.5 billion gigabytes. It is predicted that over 69% of this will be video* 2 *Source: Cisco VNI Mobile 2014 Exabytes per month
  3. 3 What’s so special about mobile video? • Driver for expensive capacity upgrades • Knowledge gap outside of core business • Adaptive Bit Rate • Unpredictable data usage • Impacts on capacity planning and forecasting • Application layer latent demand • Different requirements for streaming, download and progressive • Content caching • Device • Core • Edge • Video optimisation platforms • Video codec evolution • Adaptive Bit Rate developments • Multicast and broadcast technology • Content Delivery Networks • Self build • Pure play • Federations Distinctive properties Multiple Technologies
  4. 4 What does ‘Good’ look like? How do you benchmark QoE? • Short form or long form • Live, catch up or VOD • Purchased or free • Device type • Buffering or adaptive streaming • Amount of buffering or lower bit rate • Where in the video this occurs • Original quality of the video (SD, HD etc)
  5. LTE Broadcast • Cost savings throughout the network • Spectrum • Backhaul • Core • Peering • Guaranteed QoE - SD/HD/UHD • Dynamic switching from unicast to multicast • Live events • Reduces network demand during events • Protects other users from slow speeds • Reduces one off investment (Glastonbury) • Stadiums • Multiple video streams – follow the ball, player etc. • Real time event statistics • Monetisation opportunity for stadium owners • Public service broadcast • Traffic news • Weather warnings 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10Demand(Mb/s) Unicast Multi / Broadcast Capacity Savings Concurrent viewers of HD stream
  6. Sports on the go An example of live sport driving data usage 6 Arsenal vs Liverpool FA CUP KO 4pm • EE brand shown only • FA Cup Weekend • No Six Nation Rugby that week • Shown live on BT Sport
  7. 7 Next steps Where we go from here…. • Q3 2014 • Demo of technology during a live sporting event • Q4 2014 • Stadium trial • 2015 (Device dependant) • Trial in live network where live and/or linear TV drives capacity upgrades • Commercial launch in Stadiums • 2016+ (Device dependant) • Roll out on live network EE Believe eMBMS is a valuable long term technology. We would like increased support for LTE Broadcast throughout the Mobile video and TV industry. We need to drive device density to realise the true potential of this technology
  8. Summary 2014 – When mobile video becomes an ecosystem Speaking as a leader in 4G technology EE feel that industry discussion, knowledge share and universal backing of new technology are the key requirements for a successful mobile video industry 8 • Before the industry can monetise mobile video we need to ensure the user experience stays great • Working in isolation can have negative impacts on the customer experience and cost to serve • An end to end understanding of mobile video technologies will lead to greater innovation from all parties • Use the combined weight of the whole industry to back mutually beneficial technology e.g. LTE-Broadcast • Operators will need a comprehensive ‘tool kit’ of technologies to ensure mobile video does not erode revenue • Globally congested mobile networks do not benefit anyone

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