Delivering Innovation on the M.O.VE


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  • Cisco’s comprehensive and flexible Voice and Video solution over LTE allows mobile operators to monetize and optimize their networks for their highest revenue service (voice and SMS) today, while positioning them to capitalize on the largest area of growth – Video.MOVE Value PropositionOur comprehensive, integrated, and intelligent architecture helps your mobile service provider customers get more out of their network investment by enabling them to: Monetize their network through new services, partnerships, and business modelsOptimize their network to help streamline operations, lower TCO, and improve the end-user experienceDeliver superior video and rich media experiences to enable the best-quality video, mobility, and cloud solutions Monetize, Optimize and Deliver an Enhanced Video ExperienceMonetize your networks through new services and business models. At the same time optimize the delivery of those services, and deliver an enhanced experience with Cisco’s MOVE. Monetize your voice, video, and SMS services over LTE with Cisco’s V2oLTE solution.
  • Move is a 3 fold solution that includes:1. Monetization…ability to deliver premium offerings, partnerships with OTT and other players, and differentiated services. 2. Optimization ... which centers on maximizing your network investment through reduced transport costs (especially for OTT content for which you incur costs but get no revenue) and better network awareness3. Putting it all together enhances the user experience, is something you can make money on as a premium services and differentiates you.The Cisco Mobile Internet architecture is designed to help you succeed in all three of these areas so that you can get more out of your mobile network investment and restore healthy profitability for your business.Our solution includes a range of innovations as part of the strategic MOVE framework.Today we’d like to talk about Cisco’s V2oLTE as one part of Cisco’s overall MOVE solution portfolio
  • MOVE is a strategic framework, introduced at the MWC in February of 2011 that enables operators to extend their ability to monetize, and optimize the Video experience for the NG Mobile Internet.The MOVE framework consists of an expanding set of solutions that today encompasses:SP WiFi, Mobile Videoscape, AIR, Policy/Charging, Unified RAN backhaul, and now Voice and Video over LTE.
  • The reason that this integrated, comprehensive, and intelligent architecture is so important to your business is that it will be the key driver of your future differentiation and profitability. Today 70-80% of CapEx spend is focused on supporting the traditional Radio, RNC, and V/M services, while only about 20% of the spend is on the Mobile Internet.<Click slide>,However, as the market shifts to next generation Mobile Architectures, most of an operators profitability engine will shift to Mobile internet services including IP data, video, cloud. Voice and Messaging also shifts in the next generation architectures, and operators are seeing that now.Which brings us to V2oLTE, and a solution built to M.O.VE you. Cisco’s strengths in IP and networking leadership are ideally suited to help you. It means we can offer you the intelligence and flexibility you need … not just across the IP network but the RAN as well… to truly monetize, optimize, and enhance the mobile experience, while still protecting your radio investment.
  • Delivering Innovation on the M.O.VE

    1. 1. Seamless Evolution of Voice,SMS, and Video to LTECKN: SP Mobility- Deploying V2oLTENov 29, 2011C97-665212-01 | | © 2011 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. C97-665212-01 © 2011 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1
    2. 2. Market Overview Deploying V2oLTE Q&AC97-665212-01 | © 2011 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2
    3. 3. Monetize, Optimize, and Deliver an Enhanced Video Experience Cisco Mobile Videoscape™ Experience Across Devices, Networks and Content Monetization Optimization M.O.VE™ • Optimal transport • Premium offerings • Partnerships • Network awareness • Differentiated services • Subscriber intelligence Get the Most from Your Network Investment and Improve ProfitabilityC97-645084-00 || © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.C97-665212-01 © 2011 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3 3
    4. 4. Framework for the Mobile Internet Architecture Enhanced Cisco Voice and Cisco® Unified Radio Cisco Adaptive Video over Service Policy and Access Mobile Intelligent Long Term Provider Charging Network Videoscape™ Routing Evolution M.O.VE™ Wi-Fi (AIR) (RAN) Backhaul (V2oLTE)C97-645084-00 || © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.C97-665212-01 © 2011 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4 4
    5. 5. Why Invest in an Intelligent Mobile Internet Solution? CapEx Spending Traditional Services Mobile Internet ~80% ~20% Radio RNC Voice and Voice and Messaging Messaging Profitability EPC and Data Center Engine = IP RAN Edge IP Core CloudC97-665212-01 | © 2011 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5
    6. 6. “ “It is clear now – if there was ever any real doubt – that IMS is the preferred choice of mobile operators to support voice service in LTE networks” Gabriel Brown / Heavy Reading (Jan 26, 2011)“ “The acceleration of VoLTE adoption is welcomed news to IMS industry, which have been looking for a catalyst to jump start growth for roughly the past five years.” Joe McGarvey / Current Analysis (April 1, 2011)“ “The adoption of IMS by wireless operators for LTE will drive the scale that the industry has been looking for” Diane Meyers / Infonetics (May 9, 2011)C97-665212-01 | © 2011 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6
    7. 7. C97-665212-01 | © 2011 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7
    8. 8.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8