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ETSI Future Mobile Summit: Key Messages ETSI Future Mobile Summit: Key Messages Presentation Transcript

  • © All rights reserved Summit Key Messages Presented by Adrian Scrase, ETSI CTO
  • © All rights reserved Some Certainties There will be a 5th Generation (it’s just not clear what, when or how!) Traffic will continue to increase dramatically over time (est. 1000x by 2020) Connected devices will increase dramatically over time (10100x by 2020) New device types will significantly contribute to that increase (e.g., probes, sensors, meters, machines etc) New sectors will bring new priorities (e.g, critical infrastructures) Broadband communications will stimulate the economy (e.g., by contributing significantly to GDP, creating employment, etc) • ` 2
  • © All rights reserved User Requirements 5G networks should enable the perception of infinite capacity, tactile internet and augmented reality Compared to existing networks, 5G networks will need to be: • More available • More dependable • More reliable And offer: • • • • Increased Speed Increased Throughput Decreased Latency Improved Device Autonomy Oh, and of course, all of the above must be offered at low cost! 3
  • © All rights reserved Technology and Spectrum choices There is a generic technology choice to be made: • Embark on a linear evolution of today’s networks , or • Adopt a new approach, or • A combination of the above Traditionally, the 3GPP approach is evolutionary (including backwards compatibility). A pure evolutionary approach may not be sufficient for 5G Obtaining new Spectrum for mobile services is essential, but not the whole solution More efficient use of spectrum must be ensured (incl. licensed, unlicensed and shared access regimes) Opportunities to deliver broadcast content to mobile users (and vice versa) by exploiting synergies 4
  • © All rights reserved Leveraging research results Significant investment being made in European 5G collaborative research Significant research investment being made in other regions and within technology companies too Timing is key: careful alignment is needed between research and standardisation timelines Measures need to be put in place to ensure that research results lead to high quality standards Better links may need to be established to ensure a closer coupling between universities, research projects/fora and standardisation bodies Close link between research projects and the most influential players in standardisation has proven to be the best way 5
  • © All rights reserved Observable trends and tendencies Network topology is changing over time, for example • Cell sizes becoming smaller • Cells becoming more dense (ultra-dense over time) • Traditional “Cell” concept becoming less relevant in favour of wireless cloud • • approach Interworking with other networks more prevalent (e.g., wifi offload) Introduction of Device to Device working Network architecture is changing over time, for example • Virtualisation of network functions, management and orchestration • Move from hardware to software Constant demand to reduce CAPEX and OPEX (incl. energy consumption) 6
  • © All rights reserved Standardization Challenges 3GPP standards evolution characterized by moderate / incremental development rather than radical system re-design ETSI/3GPP methodologies may need to be revisited to keep up with external developments (e.g., validity of the 3 stage model brought into question) Emphasis on physical meeting based results and formal consensus is challenged 3GPP/ETSI not heralded as the model of efficiency, at least from the outside..... Innovator’s reward for contribution to standards to be secured (FRAND IPR policies) 7
  • © All rights reserved And finally...... Thanks...... To the organisers and programme committee To the presenters and panellists To the delegates 8