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CommsDay Melbourne Congress 2016: Nokia


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Nokia's IoT presentation

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CommsDay Melbourne Congress 2016: Nokia

  1. 1. 1 © Nokia 2016 HOW CAN TELCOS ENABLE THE INTERNET OF THINGS Warren Lemmens, CTO CommsDay Congress 2016 Melbourne 4-5th October 2016
  2. 2. 2 © Nokia 2016 Existing global context for representative Use Cases IMT-2020: ITU-R M.2083-0 Massive machine type communication s Enhanced mobile broadband Ultra-reliable and low latency communication s IOT
  3. 3. 3 © Nokia 2016 Eight key technical drivers from the debate on IOT and 5G requirements User Data Rate (DL) Peak Data Rate Mobility Latency Connection Density Energy Efficiency Spectrum Efficiency Area Traffic Capacity (<100bps*)-1Gbps 20Gbps 500km/h 1ms 106 per km2 100 times 2/3/5 times 10Mbps/km2 Note* low end bit rates are not ITU but industry determined
  4. 4. 4 © Nokia 2016 Eight key operational drivers prompted by changing digital market place Agile service innovation Resilient service performance Dynamic capacity provisioning Lean operations management Collaboration ecosystem & partnering New digital markets Service performance agreements Managed application services
  5. 5. 5 © Nokia 2016 Redefined network picture Private/Public Data CentresNetwork Operations Management Centre Other party centres Analytics Innovators Applications . . . . Data store Distributed Data Centre Massive machine type communications Enhanced mobile broadband Ultra-reliable and low latency communications
  6. 6. 6 © Nokia 2016 Short-range SIGFOX LoRa eMTC Rel. 13 NB-IoT Rel. 13 EC-GSM-IoT Rel. 13 Typical Range ^ Max Coupling Loss 10cm to 200m 30-50km (rural) 3-10km (urban) 160 dB <15km 155 dB < 100km 156 dB <35km 164 dB < 35km 164 dB Spectrum Bandwidth Class licensed 2.4 GHz Class licensed 900MHz 100Hz Class licensed 900MHz <500kHz Licensed IMT 1.4 MHz shared Licensed IMT 200 kHz shared Licensed 8-900MHz shared Peak Data rate* <100s Mbps <100 bps <50 kbps <1 Mbps <170 kbps (DL) <250 kbps (UL) <140 kbps Use case Smart home/factory Smart Grid/City/ Monitoring Smart Grid / City/ Monitoring Smart Grid / City / Monitor./ vehicle. Smart Grid/City/ Monitoring Smart Grid / City / Monitor./ vehicle. Module cost (vol. projection) Not available $4 (near term) $2.64 (2020) $4 (near term) $2.64 (2020) $5 (near term) $3.30 (2020) $4 (near term) $2-3 (2020) $4.5 (near term) $2.97 (2020) IoT (Internet of Things) access technologies Spectrum licensed radioClass licensed radio ^ Depending on spectrum being deployed * The instantaneous peak rate ACMA
  7. 7. 7 © Nokia 2016 Nokia IOT digital solutions Smart Applications High performance networks Distributed Computing and AppFactory Multi-services Edge Computing Local application platform for low latency, high interactivity, and maximum privacy AppFactory development tools Rapid process for application development and support Partner onboarding Media services Augmented reality Virtual reality Edge video orchestration Local broadcast Sensor data systems Corporate Health Object tracking Video surveillance Video analytics Critical communications Mission-critical group communications Voice and video integration Data Centre networks Broadband access networks Mobile access (indoor & outdoor) Wired access & backhaul