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NEDAS Fall In-Building Wireless Summit - October 2014 in PHOTOS

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NEDAS Fall 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit took place on October 22, 2014 at Gallaudet University Kellogg Conference Center. These photos showcase the events of the day beginning with the exhibitors and the Opening Remarks given by Ilissa Miller, President, Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association. Followed by presentations and panels by industry experts.

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NEDAS Fall In-Building Wireless Summit - October 2014 in PHOTOS

  1. 1. ILISSA MILLER PRESIDENT NORTHEAST DAS & SMALL CELL ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  2. 2. WELCOME REMARKS Ilissa Miller CEO, iMiller Public Relations and President, Northeast DAS + Small Cell Association WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  3. 3. RAY LACHANCE PRESIDENT & CEO ZENFI NETWORKS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  4. 4. BASE STATION HOTELING, DISRUPTING THE MODEL PRESENTER Ray LaChance President and CEO, ZenFi Networks 9:15am – Base Station Hoteling, Disrupting the Model WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  5. 5. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Agenda • Introduction • Mobile Wireless Growth and Densification • Mobile Network Evolution • C-RAN & Base Station Hotels • Fronthaul Network – What is it? • Closing 10/22/14 www.zenfi.com 2
  6. 6. The Data Storm Exponential mobile data growth is driving the need for densification of the mobile network. o Global Mobile Data grew by 81% in 2013* o Projected to grow by 11x by 2018 to 15.9 Exabytes / WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC month o New spectrum is scarce, costly and subject to long regulatory delays *SOURCE: Cisco Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2013–2018 4
  7. 7. Network Densification This Becomes This WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 7 High Power Macro Site DAS – Small Cells – RRH - cWiFi
  8. 8. Mobile Networks Today Cell Site Cabinet Base Band Unit (BBU) In-Building DAS Head End / Equipment Room Outdoor DAS Base Station Backhaul Network Small Cell WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University Split Macro Base Band Unit (BBU) at tower or rooftop is connected to Remote Radio Head with fiber R R H R R H R R H F I B E R #NEDASWashDC 6 Cell Site Cabinet C O A X Base Station Distributed Base Station Model
  9. 9. Next Gen Mobile Network C-RAN Architecture • Moves parts of the mobile network control function from the cell site to deeper in the network - Base Station Hotel. • Introduces a new transmission network into the overall mobile network infrastructure – Mobile Fronthaul. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 8
  10. 10. C-RAN Today - Centralized Centralized RAN Benefits • Speed-to-Market – Ready to go Head-End WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Space • Economies of Scale – Less of everything – Shared hard-infrastructure - space, power, cooling, security – Aggregated Backhaul – Less energy consumed – Centralized dispatch, maintenance & sparing 10
  11. 11. Centralized Base Stations connected to Outdoor DAS Remotes with metro “fronthaul” fiber … Old news! Base Station 1 … Base Station n WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 9 BTS Hotels for oDAS Base Station Hotel METRO “FRONTHAUL” FIBER
  12. 12. Centralized Base Stations connected to Indoor DAS Remotes with metro “fronthaul” fiber… Why not? WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 9 BTS Hotels for iDAS? Base Station Hotel Base Station 1 … Base Station N METRO “FRONTHAUL” FIBER
  13. 13. Base Band Unit at base station hotel connected to Remote Radio Head with metro “fronthaul” fiber… Why not? WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC D-RoF Backhaul Network RRH RRH RRH Up to 10km for LTE Base Station Hotel 9 BTS Hotels for Macro Sites? Base Station 1 … Base Station N METRO “FRONTHAUL” FIBER
  14. 14. C-RAN Tomorrow - Cloud Cloud RAN Benefits • Base station resource pooling • On-Demand resource allocation • Dynamic resource sharing & resiliency • Virtualized software definable and tunable architecture • Lower cost general purpose hardware WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 14
  15. 15. Cloud-RAN Scalability WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 12 Cell Site Cabinet D-RoF RRH RRH RRH Cell Site Cabinet D-RoF RRH RRH RRH Cell Site Cabinet D-RoF RRH RRH RRH Central Office D-RoF D-RoF optical distribution network IP/MPLS Network D-RoF Load Balancing BBU System Module Fronthaul Base-band Pool Optical Transmission Network Virtual BS Cluster Virtual BS Cluster Virtual BS Cluster Load balancer & Switch Load balancer & Switch X2
  16. 16. Fronthaul Challenge Urban environments require placing antennas as close to users as possible wherever they are. • Fiber Availability – Antennas Everywhere = Any-Pair-Anywhere • CPRI (capacity, latency, management) • Traditional metro fiber networks weren’t built to meet C-RAN Fronthaul requirements WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 15
  17. 17. Fronthaul Network Spec C-RAN requires a specialty network • Digital Radio over Fiber (CPRI, OBSAI) • High Bandwidth – 600 Mb/s to 10Gb/s capacity • Near Zero Jitter & Bit Error Rate • Low Latency < 100 μs • Support Up to 10 km BBU/RRU separation WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 13
  18. 18. Closing - ZenFi Networks WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 18 Launched in 2014 to support the C-Ran evolution in the New York Metro Area – Fronthaul Fiber Network – Distributed “Neighborhood” Aggregation Facilities (Base Station Hotels) – High Capacity Resilient Backhaul Network
  19. 19. How Hard Could It Be? WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 3
  20. 20. Base Station Hoteling Northeast DAS _____________________________ Ray LaChance | President & CEO ZenFi Networks, Inc. (212) 981-0761 rlachance@ZenFi.com www.ZenFi.com WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  21. 21. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  22. 22. MODERATED BY: C. DOUGLAS JARRETT PARTNER KELLER & HECKMAN LLP WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  23. 23. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS – A REAL ESTATE PROPERTY OWNER’S PERSPECTIVE MODERATOR PANELISTS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC C. Douglas Jarrett Keller & Heckman, LLP Anthony Hidalgo Hidalgo Communication s Matthew Fallon Insite Wireless Mark Parr Bandwidth Logic Stephen Banks KMB Design Group 10:05am – In-Building Wireless- A Real Estate Property Owner’s Perspective
  24. 24. MODERATED BY: ILISSA MILLER PRESIDENT NORTHEAST DAS & SMALL CELL ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  25. 25. EMERGING NEW MODELS TO SOLVE THE WIRELESS/WIRELINE CONVERGENCE MODERATOR PANELISTS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Ilissa Miller iMiller Public Relations, Northeast DAS + Small Cell Association Chris Wixom Corning MobileAccess Steve Crotty Goodman Networks 11:00am- EMERGING NEW MODELS TO SOLVE THE WIRELESS/WIRELINE CONVERGENCE
  26. 26. Wireline / Wireless Convergence Chris Wixom Sr. Director Strategic Accounts October 2014
  27. 27. Wireline / Wireless Convergence Telco, CATV, Wireless service providers are evolving to multi-service operators Wireless and wireline services are complementary technologies Consumers want both fixed and mobile connectivity, and they want it seamlessly A converged approach can improve the business case for new network builds
  28. 28. Wireline / Wireless Converged Services Wireline Wireless Converged + = WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Antennas Cable (Fiber & Composite) Connectors Hardware The Solution Supports • Cellular Services • Wi-Fi in the building • Video and Internet Access • Security and Public Safety • Landline Phones • Etc.
  29. 29. Enabling All Things Wireless with ONETM Wireless Platform IDF Closet ICU Injects Power Convergence Active Antenna Distribute RF + Ethernet Backhaul Coverage Distributed architecture Convergence Cellular + LAN + WLAN + POL Capacity Unlimited bandwidth at the edge Connectivity Fiber in the horizontal MDF Head End connects to RF sources
  30. 30. ONETM Architecture with DAS Head End IDF CEILING Application DAS
  31. 31. ONE Architecture with Core Ethernet Switch - No Group Switches utilizing ONE Gigabit module Head End IDF CEILING Application DAS GbE
  32. 32. ONE Architecture with Passive Optical LAN (POL) Head End IDF CEILING Application DAS PON
  33. 33. What are Passive Optical Networks?
  34. 34. ONE™ Wireless Platform Texas A&M converged use case • 100,000+ Seat Stadium • ONE™ Wireless Platform design chosen through IBM as lead integrator • Cellular coverage for all 4 carriers • Converged fiber connectivity through Passive Optical LAN for: – WiFi – IPTV – VOIP – Point of Sales – Security IP cameras – Video displays 42 sectors (stadium) 8 sectors (transition zones)
  35. 35. Texas A&M University Stadium Deployment When the Crowd Roared…. • 300 HDTVs • 400 Wi-Fi APs • 120 Gb edge uplink capacity • 1,800 drops interconnected ticketing, • 100,000 concurrent access guarantee • 1 Mb bandwidth per user guarantee • 60 Gb peak speed WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC POS, cameras, etc. Live TAMU Games • 110K+ Attendees in Stadium • 100% Network Availability • 100% Ticketing Efficiency • HD Grade TV Broadcast
  36. 36. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC SESSION SPEAKERS: Steve Crotty
  37. 37. Converged Access – One Network (Voice and Data in Wireless Domain) • Converged Access – One Network (All-IP Networking) • Transformation of VoIP – Wireless Voice over LTE (VoLTE) • Real-time Voice Services in Packet-Switched Domain (LTE WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Packet Data Network) • Integrated Services Model to Accommodate Multiple Different Quality of Service (QoS) Requirements • Voice traffic – Very low bandwidth, but very low latency requirements (Delay, Jitter, and Mouth-to-Ear Delay)
  38. 38. Converged Access – One Network (Voice and Data in Wireless Domain) Challenges of VoLTE Roll-out and Maintenance: • VoLTE Requires Full End to End Network Design, Testing, and On-going Optimization and Maintenance • Based upon the IP Application/Service requested, the network needs to: – Have available End to End resources – Reserve the required amount of Bandwidth – Assign the proper QoS to meet required KPI’s (Accessibility, Retainibility, Latency metrics) • Enhanced tools are required to measure and correlate RF survey data (air interface messages), CDR subscriber data, and metrics from Network Elements (e.g. ECP, IMS, P-GW) WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  39. 39. Converged Access – One Network (Voice and Data in Wireless Domain) Benefits of VoLTE Deployment: • Huge Capital and Operational Expense savings by avoiding the need to support separate Voice and Data networks (CDMA/UMTS and LTE.) • Battery Savings in the Devices (UE’s no longer need to support WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC two separate radios) • Improved Customer Experience with newer devices (Layer Management between Voice and Data)
  40. 40. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  41. 41. PRESENTED BY: TOM CHAMBERLAIN MANAGER, SALES ENGINEERING, ADRF WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  42. 42. NEW PRODUCT SHOWCASE Speaker Tom Chamberlain ADRF 12:00pm – CASE STUDY FEATURING MEMORIAL SLOAN KETTERING: FUTURE PROOF DAS SUPPORTING AT&T'S WCS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  43. 43. ADRF Case Study Featuring Memorial-Sloan Kettering: Future –Proof DAS Supporting AT&T’s ADRF CONFIDENTIAL High Power DAS Advanced RF Technologies, Inc. WCS October 22, 2014
  44. 44. Memorial-Sloan Kettering Challenge ADRF CONFIDENTIAL Premier Cancer Center Harrison, NY Outpatient Facility Gold LEED Certified Facility Terrain Challenges Opened October 1, 2014 96,000 Square Feet Coverage Required for Staff, Guests and Patients
  45. 45. ADRF CONFIDENTIAL Project Stakeholders MSK Integration Partner Close Coordination among Stakeholders
  46. 46. ADRF Solution ADRF CONFIDENTIAL ADX Based Solution HPR 20/40W Remotes Fewer Remotes Future Ready ADX Fiber DAS with High Powered Remotes Signal Sources DAS Head End HPR
  47. 47. ADRF CONFIDENTIAL Project Evolution Verizon Wireless Only Requirement Designed with (2) 1W & 2W Remotes + (1) 20W HPR Scope Change: Verizon Wireless, AT&T & T-Mobile Design approved. On air 09/29/14 Redesigned with (2) 20W/40W HPRs AT&T required MSK Harrison design to include WCS
  48. 48. Design Prediction Plot, Example Coverage Criteria Defined By WSPs – Predicted in Design Tool ADRF CONFIDENTIAL
  49. 49. HP RU Frequency Band Support Up to Six Bands SISO or Three Bands MIMO ADRF CONFIDENTIAL FREQUENCY BANDS -700 MHz LTE - PCS -PS 700 - BRS -Cellular - WCS -SMR 800/900 - AWS RF OUTPUT POWER 40W for High Band 20W for Low Band PHYSICAL SPECS 14.6” x 33.5” x 14.85” NEMA 4X -22° – 131° F ADX HPR
  50. 50. Indoor Application Drivers for Indoor High Power • Large Bandwidth Requirements • High Frequency • Strong Macro Interference Head End ADRF CONFIDENTIAL High Power Remote Unit Co-exist With iDAS on the Same Head End
  51. 51. ADRF CONFIDENTIAL Outdoor Application iDAS Macro oDAS Co-exist With iDAS on the Same Head End
  52. 52. Summary • In-Building Neutral Host Applications Reduced Remote Count Reduced Labor Cost • Outdoor or Tunnel Applications • Support for Emerging Frequency Bands Flexible, Robust and Future Ready ADRF CONFIDENTIAL
  53. 53. Thank You Tom Chamberlain ADRF Regional Sales Manager – Northeast Mobile: 603-748-6201 Email: tchamberlain@adrftech.com ADRF CONFIDENTIAL
  54. 54. PRESENTED BY: ZACH LOVELL SENIOR PRODUCT MANAGER, AIRVANA WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  55. 55. NEW PRODUCT SHOWCASE SPEAKER Zach Lovell Airvana 12:15pm –EXPANDING INDOOR WIRELESS OPPORTUNITIES WITH AIRVANA ONECELL WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  56. 56. Zach Lovell, Senior Product Manager Airvana Expanding Indoor Wireless Opportunities with Airvana OneCell™ 57
  57. 57. ABI Research names Airvana #1 The Leader in Small Cells Femtocells deployed by Sprint and KDDI 2000 2004 2006 2013 2014 Airvana founded to bring IP and broadband to wireless networks EV-DO deployed by Verizon and Sprint Femtocell development started EV-DO business sold to Ericsson – 100% small cell focused OneCell™ Introduced 2007 EV-DO deployed by 90 operators worldwide 2010 1.5M small cells shipped 2.5M users served daily 450M voice minutes/ month 254 terabytes per month BY THE NUMBERS Infonetics names Airvana #1 2011 58
  58. 58. Today’s 4G Solutions Leave a Gap 59 Standalone Small Cells Distributed Antenna Systems The Gap DAS Penetration by 2019 (ABI Research) 2% of office buildings 3% of shopping malls 21% of hospitals 3% of college buildings 8% of sports venues 22% of airports
  59. 59. Requirements for Enterprise LTE 60 Consistent User Experience Multi-Operator Support Low cost and simplicity Investment protection DAS Standalone Small Cells
  60. 60. The Border Problem of Standalone Small Cells Issues: •Up to 90% slower data rates • 5x increase in jitter • Frequent handovers • Complex RF planning • Device battery life • Static capacity 61
  61. 61. Airvana OneCell Cloud RAN LTE Small Cells for Enterprise 62 Single Cell ID • Centralized baseband processing coordinates across all radio points • Eliminates borders, handovers for best user experience • Simplifies RF planning Baseband Controller
  62. 62. Airvana OneCell Architecture 63 Coverage Capacity • Simple deployment over standard Ethernet. • Software upgradable for investment protection • Currently in trials/IOT
  63. 63. Multi-Operator and IT-Friendly Architecture 64 Radio Points • Common multi-band hardware serves all operators • Multi-Radio Point Enclosure (MRPE) • Shared external antenna Ethernet Infrastructure • Shared Ethernet network Compact, Controller • 4 operators in 2U rack space! Business Model Flexibility • Traditional operator deployments • Neutral host business models
  64. 64. OneCell Meets Enterprise LTE Requirements 65 Consistent User Experience Multi-Operator Support Low cost and simplicity Investment protection DAS Standalone Small Cells Airvana OneCell
  65. 65. More Information 66 • OneCell Explainer Video – http://www.airvana.com/news-events/ videos/onecell-explainer-video/ • OneCell Performance Demonstration – http://www.airvana.com/news-events/ videos/onecell-performance-demonstration/ • Visit our stand!
  66. 66. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  67. 67. PRESENTED BY: JAMES ZIK, SENIOR PRODUCT MARKETING MANAGER, RF SOLUTIONS, PCTEL WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  68. 68. NEW PRODUCT SHOWCASE SPEAKER James Zik PCTEL 12:30pm –IN-BUILDING SYNERGISTIC TOOL FOR SIMULTANEOUS TESTING OF CELLULAR AND WI-FI NETWORKS WITH INTERFERENCE HUNTING CAPABILITY AND REAL-TIME CLOUD-BASED ANALYSIS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  69. 69. In-building Synergistic Tool for Simultaneous Testing of Cellular/Wi-Fi Networks with Interference Hunting and Real-time Cloud-based Analysis Oct 22, 2014 James Zik, Director of Product Management 70
  70. 70. PCTEL RF Solutions 71 Products and Services for all your wireless network design, deployment, testing and optimization
  71. 71. Five Stages of DAS and Small Cell Testing 72 Baseline Survey Preliminary CW Test Uplink/Downlink Test DAS Only Post Installation CW Test DAS Only Final Acceptance Test Design Inputs Post Installation Tests Innovative Applications for Final Acceptance Walk Test
  72. 72. Purpose of Final Acceptance Test 73 • Verify system performance to design specifications – Verify KPIs for coverage, quality and throughput – Verify neighbor lists – Verify soft hand-off percentages (DAS Only) – Verify uplink performance based on UE transmit power • Verify macro cell power adjustments (if required from baseline survey) • Verify MIMO paths • Verify WiFi !! • Required Tools – Scanners for accurate engineering data & UEs to qualify the user experience
  73. 73. WiFi Offload 74 45% WiFi offload in 2013 More WiFi offload as technologies become more data centric i.e. 4G
  74. 74. LTE/WiFi 75 LTE RSRP WiFi Power
  75. 75. WCDMA/GSM 76 WCDMA Ec/Io No GSM signal Interference caused by a jammer GSM C/I
  76. 76. SEEGULL® IBFLEX 77
  77. 77. SeeGull® IBflexTM: Features In-building focused with small form factor, lower power and 78 Support simultaneous data collection across all major wireless network bands and beyond hot swappable batteries Simultaneously collect data across 8 technologies LTE-FDD, TD-LTE,WCDMA,GSM, CDMA, EVDO, TDSCDMA & Wi-Fi Multiple platform support for Windows® laptop and Android™ tablet or UE Connect with Bluetooth® and USB. Future WiFi Easy data storage on hard drive, external USB drive, SD drive on scanner Support for MIMO measurements
  78. 78. SeeHawk Touch Software App 79 Android Tablet Android Phone Android based Software Application Covert in-building testing without attracting attention
  79. 79. SeeHawk Touch Features 80 • Support for in-building .tab files and OSM maps for outdoor mapping • Easy view of data in tables and bar charts • Ability to playback data in the application • Compatible with SeeHawk desktop version for easy data transfer. • Record collected data on – Hard drive within UE or Tablet • Easy to playback with SeeHawk • Same format as SeeHawk so supported by post processing tools like Actix, Windcatcher and Gladiator – On SD Card : Data stored in .csv format. • Easy to post process
  80. 80. SeeWave Interference Locating System
  81. 81. PCTEL SeeWave 82 Tablet Mounted on Device for ergonomic operation with tablet-optimized easy-to-use touchscreen based Software App. SeeWave Host Handheld Platform includes digital compass, pre-amplifier and trigger to save data points Wideband Log Periodic Antenna 690 MHz to GHz or 440 MHz to 480 MHz Yagi Antenna covers all cellular bands and WiFi Use SeeGull MX, EX Family, EXflex or IBflex Scanning Receivers with Enhanced Power Scan Use MX/EXflex/EX Family or IBflex Walk Test Kits with Dual Battery Packs with hot swappable batteries for long term operation
  82. 82. Potential Web Based Cloud Service 83
  83. 83. Potential Web Based Cloud Service Web Server Web Browser Scanner (Web Server) HTML (.htm) Java Script (.js)  HTTP/GET  HTML + Java Script  HTTP/GET  Rendering HTML and Executing Java Script  XML  84
  84. 84. SeeGull IBflex – Multiple Applications 85 Walk Test In-building Applications • Decode 2G, 3G and 4G Mobile Technologies • Simultaneous WiFi Testing • Attach SeeWave Antenna system and locate external interference • Potential future web based cloud service
  85. 85. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  86. 86. PRESENTED BY: HENRY WOJTUNIK FOUNDER & CTO, FIBERSPAN WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  87. 87. NEW PRODUCT SHOWCASE SPEAKER Henry Wojtunik FiberSpan 12:30pm – THE WORLD'S LARGEST PUBLIC SAFETY DAS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  88. 88. FIBER-SPAN INC. BRANCHBURG, NJ HENRY WOJTUNIK WITH JIM STEWART, DINO GIORDANO, RYAN KETROW, DAVE THOMPSON WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  89. 89. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  90. 90. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions • Pioneering RF ON FIBER® DAS solutions – WDM fiber-optic systems for RF signal distribution – Public Safety: VHF, UHF, 700, 800, 900 MHz – Government/Defense applications – Commercial Cellular DAS Systems WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  91. 91. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions Major Design-Ins World-Wide  Largest Public Safety fiber based radio network WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC  DC Capital Police Network  Largest DOD Deployment of RF on Fiber  Navy Shipboard RF Fiber Network  250+ ships, dual redundant GPS on Fiber System  PATH NYC, 17 mile, two tunnel, fully redundant DWDM Network  Taiwan Railway Agency Tetra 200+ repeater network - Motorola  NJ Transit Multi-Band Interoperability System  NYC Fulton Street Transportation Center  Central Artery Tunnel RF/Fiber backbone  Airports: DEN, SFO, EWR, PHL, JFK  SFMTA – Harris Partner
  92. 92. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  93. 93. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions • Washington DC Capital District DAS – 14 buildings – 14 million Square Feet – Trunked Radio System – Over 10 narrowband frequencies – Secure Buildings – Dual Head-ends – 20+ Secondary Head-ends – Over 500 remote nodes WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  94. 94. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  95. 95. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  96. 96. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  97. 97. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  98. 98. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  99. 99. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  100. 100. Advanced Public Safety DAS Solutions • High Availability, High Reliability Network • Redundant Design • Noise Mitigation Technology • WDM Overlay Ethernet Network • Advanced Network Management System • Secure / Password Protected • Secure Remote Access • Remote Upgrades WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  101. 101. FIBER-SPAN INC. HENRY WOJTUNIK HENRY@FIBER-SPAN.COM WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  102. 102. Join us for: Lunch Networking Exhibits We return for presentations at 2:00pm WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  103. 103. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  104. 104. DOUG WIEST, EVP OF WIRELESS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  105. 105. AFTERNOON KEYNOTE KEYNOTE Douglas Wiest EdgeConneX 2:00pm – THE WIRELESS CONVERGENCE WITH THE EDGE WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  106. 106. The Future of Small Cells and Networks • What’s happening in network and wireless deployments? • Why are small cells important? • What is holding back deployments? • How can we solve those challenges? • Where does the future take us? WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  107. 107. Data Moving to the Edge NETWORK & WIRELESS TRENDS: EDGE DATA CENTERS
  108. 108. Network & Wireless Trend: Data Moving to the Edge Fiber | Ethernet Video | Apps Cloud Mobility Data Consumption Exploding Across Fixed and Wireless Networks 1,200,000 1,000,000 800,000 600,000 400,000 200,000 Fixed and Wireless Data Traffic Growth (PB per Month) WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Streaming Video Increasing 10x 150 130 110 90 70 50 30 10 * Source: Cisco VNI 2014 and Alcatel Lucent 2012 0 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Video Comm Cloud Video OTT Video Storage -10 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Thousands Fixed Internet Managed IP Mobile data
  109. 109. Traffic Growth Drives the Internet Exchange Infrastructure Shifting from Centralized to Regional to Local Edge Data Centers Phases in the Evolution of the Internet Phase 2 Mid-1990s – Today WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Phase 3 Future 70+ Regional Peering Facilities Traffic is brought to nearest point for exchange 1,000s of Local Edge Data Centers Phase 1 1980s – Mid-1990s Few Key Exchange Facilities All traffic is brought to one of these points MASSACHUSETTS Exchange facilities are legacy NSFNET exchange points IXPs are run by carrier-neutral data center operators Local data centers are run by specialized edge operators Peering Point 0.02 6 148 1,471 6,998 19,796 43,855 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010 2014 2018 US IP Traffic (PB) IP Traffic in the US (Petabytes per Month)
  110. 110. Targeting Smaller Tier 1 & Tier 2 Markets Several such as Nashville, Orlando and Pittsburgh Lack the Public Peering Infrastructure Monthly Traffic Generated by Market (in Peta Bytes) Observations 46 45 53 88 Washington, DC Nashville Orlando Pittsburgh 2008-09 2012-13 HH Passed 1,991,552 615,374 798,445 1,001,627 5.4 9.9 9.0 11.9 0.18% 0.30% WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Traffic in Peta Bytes Washington DC had an average speed of 5.4 Mpbs in 2008-09 compared to an average speed of 12.5 Mpbs in 2012-13 Average US speed has grown to over 6.4 Mpbs in 2012-13 from 3.4 Mbps in 2008-09, indicating that several smaller markets that had low single digit speeds 4-5 years ago are now rapidly catching up to larger markets This growth will need the establishment of increased peering infrastructure in several tier II markets 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Average Speed (Mpbs) BW Utilization* * BW Utilization is a per traffic utilization measure and is equal to [Actual Data Usage / Speed (Mpbs) X Total Time (s)] Sources: Akamai State of Internet Report Q1 2009, US Census Bureau, National Broadband Plan, Cisco VNI Study 2008 and 2012 and CMA Research
  111. 111. IP Video is Driving the Majority of Traffic IPTV Providers such as Netflix, Hulu, HBO and Amazon Account for 1/3 of Internet Traffic Categories Description Key Players WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Websites Search Engines, Social Media, News and Media, Blogging, Web Portals File Sharing and Storage (Legal) Legal file sharing and cloud storage providers Real Time Entertainment - Full suite IP TV Full Suite IP-TV offering alternative to cable networks Gaming Massively multiplayer online role-playing games Video and Voice Chat Desktop based video and voice chat Real Time Entertainment - Short clips Short length user uploaded videos sites or video intensive media sites Real Time Entertainment - Audio Streaming Internet only radio channels, iTunes, or IP version of regular radio stations Torrents Illegal Peer-to-Peer file sharing over BitTorrent and eDonkey Aggregate Traffic % 22%£ 35%£ 34%£ 21%‡ 95%£ 55% 45%† 17% Latency Importance Others ERP, Tunneling, Email, Equipment based Video Conf. and VoIP 18%€ US Internet Traffic Distribution by Application Type 30% 14% 13% 12% 3% 3% 1% 10% 10% * Growth rates are based on Cisco, ABI Research and CMA estimates. £ Global CAGR. † Only Video, VoIP growth will be 2%. ‡ Including Peer-to-peer. € Business Internet Traffic
  112. 112. The Purpose-Built Edge Data Center Provide Content Providers & Caching Networks with Local Connectivity & Local Distribution Where the Eyeballs are Aggregated CONSUMER | exponential bandwidth consumption NETWORK PROVIDER | increasing backbone costs WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT CONTENT PROVIDER | inconsistent user experience October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC EDGECONNEX PROVIDES  Purpose-built for network, content and cloud requirements  Building at optimal, customer driven locations  Average of 10+ kW per rack  Typical implementation of 1,600 kW  Rapid deployment for targeted locations  Power, space, connectivity and operations  Consortium of content customers  EdgeOS: Proprietary distributed data center operating system CHALLENGES ADDRESSED EDGECONNEX | Edge Data Center  Right LOCATION  Right SIZE  Right BUSINESS MODEL  Economic benefit, Ecosystem wide
  113. 113. Data Moving to the Edge NETWORK & WIRELESS TRENDS: SMALL CELLS
  114. 114. Data Growth Drives the Need to Maximize Spectrum Shifting from High and Wide to Macro to Local Small Cells Phases in the Evolution of the Wireless Facilities Phase 2 Mid-1990s – Today WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Phase 3 Future 1000’s of cell sites are built Cell Sites are split to accommodate traffic Hundreds of thousands of small cells Phase 1 1980s – Mid-1990s Few High and Wide Cell Sites All traffic broadcasts to one of these points MA Greater Boston
  115. 115. Regional Mobile Data Growth WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2013–2018
  116. 116. Small Cell Network Deployments: Not A Small Effort WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC BUILDING REQUIREMENTS NETWORK | BACKHAUL RESOURCES  Fiber  Wireless (LOS / NLOS)  HFC  Coax | Copper  Indoor / Outdoor Access  Aesthetics  Vertical and horizontal rights  Inside plant design and implementation STREET VIEW
  117. 117. What’s Holding up Small Cell Network Deployments? • Cultural Predisposition • Necessary shift in real estate negotiations WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC • Lack of experience • Cost of small cell equipment • Cost of backhaul
  118. 118. How Can We Solve Challenges? WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC • Break the Mold • Title? • Stamped Structural Engineering Drawings? • Full scale environmentals? • Three search-ring candidates? • Let fiber availability drive the sites process – not RF Engineering • Turnkey solutions increase scale and reduce cost • New tools can increase solution options • Stress wireless benefits not remuneration
  119. 119. Rapid Turnkey Small Cell Deployments WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC EdgeConneX leverages integrated and streamlined processes and partnerships with site owners and backhaul providers to offer ‘plug and play’ solutions that encompass, space, infrastructure, power and connectivity at Small Cell and ePoP locations nationwide enabling wireless operators to scale small cell networks at a predictable cost to meet rapidly growing traffic demands EDGE POP & INDOOR SMALL CELL OUTDOOR SMALL CELL
  120. 120. Leveraging Differentiation to Drive Business Model Approach to Market Enable Monthly Recurring Revenue Opportunity Locations Infrastructure Connectivity Maintenance WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC • Rapid access to 10,000s of sites • Integrated streamlined process to address zoning and approvals Rapid time-to-on-air via standardized designs Flexible installation options (buildings, poles, street furniture) NLOS/LOS capability where fiber not available Rapid access to fiber backhaul through MSO and fiber partnerships 24 x 7 NOC Repair / replace capability Edge Small Cells enable operators to reach scale on timeline and cost required to meet traffic demands
  121. 121. Proprietary Suite of Design & Management Systems Integrated Edge Infrastructure Software Solutions • Site Selection • Fiber Sourcing & Design • Network Design WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC • Program Management • Work Flow • Custom Reporting and Dashboards All tools are web-based and fully integrated
  122. 122. Wireless Architecture Challenges Driving EDC Need Wireless | Edge Data Center Phase I Phase II Phase III WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Spectrum Optimization & RF Density gating “unlimited” data demand Backhaul capacity to the Tower gating site capacity National/Regional data center architecture driving network cost & quality of content performance (QoS) ECX SOLUTION Cell Sites & Small Cells ECX SOLUTION Fiber Backhaul ECX SOLUTION Edge Data Centers Cable last mile network upgrades and expansion MSO Anchored EDCs National => Regional => Local Evolution Continues | Focus on Access and Edge Networks MSO WIRELESS
  123. 123. Wireless Network Data Growth Accelerating Network and Handset Improvements Driving Wireless Video Adoption The Mobile Network in 2013: Signs of a increasingly wireless world • Global mobile data traffic grew 81 percent in 2013 reaching 1.5 exabytes per month • Last year's mobile data traffic was nearly eighteen times the size of the entire global Internet in 2000. • Mobile video traffic exceeded 50 percent of all traffic for the first time in 2012. 53% by the end of 2013 • Mobile network connection speeds more than doubled in 2013 • In 2013, a fourth-generation (4G) connection generated 14.5x more than a non-4G connection • 4G represents only 2.9% of mobile connections and accounts for 30% of mobile data traffic • Average smartphone usage grew 50 percent in 2013. (529 MB per month, up from 353MB in 2012) The Mobile Network in 2018: Access & Core Network improvements drive video adoption Global Mobile Data Traffic Exploding WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University • 15.9 Exabytes per Month of • Mobile #NEDASWashDC Data Traffic by 2018 Shift to Higher Bit Rate Mobile Video Mobile Video Will Generate Over 69 Percent of Mobile Data Traffic by 2018 4G - 15%Connections | 51% of Traffic 4G connection generates 15 times more traffic than a non-4G connection
  124. 124. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  125. 125. MODERATED BY: DOUGLAS FISHMAN DIRECTOR DAS DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION, SQUAN WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  126. 126. CARRIER COORDINATION MODERATOR PANELISTS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Douglas Fishman SQUAN Solutions Rene Pachinbhayag AT&T Mobility Services Anthony Scyphers American Tower 3:00pm – CARRIER COORDINATION, SPONSORED BY
  127. 127. MODERATED BY: JAY RECTOR PARTNER, 151 ADVISORS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  128. 128. ROLE OF THE NEUTRAL HOST/ THE INTEGRATED NETWORK MODERATOR PANELISTS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Jay Rector 151 Advisors Bill DelGrego ExteNet Systems, Inc. Douglas Barnett INOC Dennis Rigney SOLiD Technologies Dean Fresonke ClearSky Technologies 3:45pm – ROLE OF THE NEUTRAL HOST/THE INTEGRATED NETWORK
  129. 129. JAY RECTOR, 151 ADVISORS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  130. 130. 151 Advisors U.S. Market Entry Strategies WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Technology expertise in focused areas We help mobile, wireless, and web-based software and technology companies build and execute go-to-market strategies to drive revenue growth. Internet of Things, M2M and Telematics Business & Consumer Software Cloud-based Software Distribution & Channel Strategies Wireless and Emerging Technologies A Global Reputation for helping clients strategize and execute!
  131. 131. 1982-1990 >90% of Sessions Originate in Vehicles 2000-2010 WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC 2012-2014 >70% of Sessions Primarily Voice Data Services Evolving Originate Outdoors >80% of Sessions Data Dominate Originate Indoors Trends Voice Only • Today Wireless is Pervasive – and LTE smart phones driving data traffic • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Wireless devices, from a variety of Operators • Mobile video to account for 69% of global mobile data traffic by 2018 • Voice Session < 12 Kbps Data Session < 5,000 kbps • Voice Traffic Geographically Distributed • Data Traffic is Concentrate Indoors
  132. 132. DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) • Low powered antenna systems connected with cabling to a hub that provide coverage in an area • Often indoor venues (university buildings, sports arenas, stadiums, hotels, casinos, malls, airports and subways) • Sometimes in outdoor areas such as urban and suburban areas. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  133. 133. Small Cells Femto (10-20Mw) Pico (100-250Mw) Metro/Micro (250Mw – 1W) Outdoor (250Mw-5W) User deployed Enterprise / SI or WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Source: operator deployed Operator deployed Operator / community deployed Shared backhaul Shared or dedicated backhaul Dedicated wired or wireless backhaul Dedicated wired or wireless backhaul Single Operator Single and Multi Operator (2 radios) Single and Multi Operator Single Operator
  134. 134. Neutral Host - Integrated Network WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC • Hosted Solutions – Professional Deployment & Installation, Break-Fix Services, Monitoring and Management • Value-Add Services – Presence and Proximity, Interactive Messaging, Location Based Services, Mobile Coupons/Ads, Venue Content, and Analytics • HetNet (Heterogeneous Network) – The use of multiple types of access nodes in the wireless network
  135. 135. Typical Distributed Network Architecture OUTDOOR NETWORKS INDOOR NETWORKS
  136. 136. Sample Indoor & Outdoor Venues Sports & Entertainment, Hospitality, Class-A, Healthcare
  137. 137. INOC NOC Services 15 Years - NOC Services History  24x7 NOC  Infrastructure Monitoring & Trouble Ticketing  Tier 1, 2, 3  Incident Management  Problem Management o Multi-Vendor/Multi-Technology Support o Notification & Escalation - INOC, Customer, Third-Party  Change Management  Configuration/Capacity Management  SLA Management – Service & Performance  Web-Based Dynamic & Summary Reports  Redundant NOCs (Madison & Chicago)
  138. 138. INOC Comprehensive Integration for a Single View at NOC 24X7 NOC SERVICES Fully Integrated Toolset – “Manager of Managers” NOC Tools: Monitoring Ticketing Call / email Data bases Ticket Integration Northbound Secure Connection(s) DAS Equipment DAS EMS / NMS Power / Battery Backup Network Infrastructure Device / NMS iMonitor Integration Facility Mgt Systems Other NOC(s) / Operations Calls / Email Or Southbound Database Access
  139. 139. INOC Infrastructure Support Example Provider Field Technicians Spares Depot DAS Network DAS – NOC: Coordinated Field Support Interface with Carriers daily Spares Management Web Portal Custom Reporting Dispatch Carrier Interface Notification & Escalation Wireless Carrier 1 Presence Wireless Carrier 2 Presence Wireless Carrier 1 NOC Wireless Carrier 2 NOC Field Support Spares Mgt Monitoring & Remote Support Backhaul On-site Support DAS Provider Mgt: Capacity planning Capacity management Service management Deployment Provider New Build / Growth Const & New Build Contractors Notify Escalate Report Manage
  140. 140. INOC Vendor Support iMonitor DAS / WiFi OEM Integration DAS - Universal • Trap / email handler for any active DAS system (minimal INOC editing for display by iMonitor) Aruba • WiFi Cisco • Various - WiFi CommScope • ION B / M & Repeaters (ION A) TSUN & AIMOS Comba • Integration in progress DeltaNode • Gateway & Remotes (via Gateway) / Built-in web server Mobile Access • Head-end, Interfaces, Remotes and Controller PowerWave • ISG Ruckus • ZoneFlex - WiFi SOLiD • Alliance / Express / Titan / DASTrax DMS mgt system TE • Flexwave - Prism / InterReach – Fusion, Unison & Spectrum TEKO • Sirius / Master / Remote / Management module, also web access Xirrus • WiFi / Switch / XMS management system ZTE • Monitored via service provider alarm (SNMP trap) feed
  141. 141. Keeping People Connected & Safe Manufacturer of RF Amplifier, RF Radio and Optical Transport Solutions
  142. 142. DAS Deployments New York City Subway Daytona International Speedway Duke University and many more!
  143. 143. Backhaul & Fronthaul Deployments SK Telecom: One of the world’s first and largest Cloud RAN deployments
  144. 144. The SOLiD Advantage  First to offer a tailorable suite of 1W, 5W & 20W DAS Remotes integrated to a common head end  First to enable cellular & public-safety on same platform  Best in class multi-band LTE performance with the lowest EVM among competitors  Proprietary DPD amplifiers deliver superior power and performance with extremely low distortion and power consumption  Guaranteed RF power control  Single strand fiber efficiency
  145. 145. Who is ClearSky? The Leader Small Cell Services • ClearSky has been providing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to wireless operators for over 10 years • In 2013, ClearSky launched “Small Cell as a Service” that provides for neutral-host, large-scale operation of small cells • Services include – NetView 360 HetNet Planning Platform – Small Cell Neutral Host Gateway The ClearSky Data Center in Denver Additional Data Centers in Orlando and Dallas Offices in Orlando (HQ) and Boulder
  146. 146. ClearSky Has a Long History of Supporting Operators Partial list of ClearSky customers
  147. 147. ClearSky Services Support All Types of Small Cells
  148. 148. NHG Enables In-building, Multi-operator Deployment Neutral Host Small Cell Gateway Device Management Alarm Management MNO Yellow MME SGW OSS NMS MME SGW OSS NMS Alarm Management MNO Blue Device Management System System Public or Private IP Security Gatewa y Security Gatewa y Home eNodeB Gateway Home eNodeB Gateway TTM Monitorin g Reporting and Analytics 3rd Party Application API TTM Monitorin g 3rd Party Developer Community Building Owner/ Tenant Reporting
  149. 149. DAS and Small Cells Competitive or Complementary? > 500,000 square feet 100k US Buildings 100,000 – 500,000 sq. ft. 1.2 Million US Buildings 15,000 - 100,000 sq. ft. • Indoor Requirements are Evolving. Coverage plus user/building interactions, and analytics • DAS addresses large venues, heavy user traffic areas • Small Cells address small and middle-market buildings – 4.8 million sites in the U.S. alone • Deployment and operations are the problem. Neutral Host is the Value Proposition WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC • Over 60% of indoor building market have some coverage issues Residential Femtocells 3.5 Million US Buildings < 15,000 sq. ft. < 5,000 square feet Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Small Cells with Centralized Controller Small Cells in Grids Enterprise Small Cells Indoor Market Overview Single Operator • Over 60% of those require BYOD multi-operator services Neutral Host Sweet Spot
  150. 150. Property Owner / Tenant Needs? • Open Question for Audience WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  151. 151. What issues are Operators experiencing? WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC • Where to Deploy – Hot Spots or Not Sports • How Many / What Size – DAS – Small Cells – Wi-Fi • Budget – Can’t Deploy Everywhere – Operator Driven needs (Offload Macrocell Network) – Self-Service Programs
  152. 152. Neutral Host Benefits? WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC • Operator • Property Owner/Tenant • Visitor or wireless end user
  153. 153. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University Jay Rector Associate Partner 151 Advisors jrector@151advisors.com M: 404-660-DATA (3282) www.151advisors.com Bill Delgrego Executive Director ExteNet Systems wdelgrego@extenetsystems.com M: 703 541-8597 www.151advisors.com Douglas J Barnett Program Manager INOC dbarnett@ckdexter.com M: 267-250-1076 www.inoc.com Denis Rigney VP Sales SOLiD denis.rigney@solid.com M: Phone solid.com/blog twitter.com/solidusa linkedin.com/company/soli d-technologies Dean Fresonke SVP and Co-founder ClearSky Technologies dfresonke@csky.com M: 407-850-8002 www.csky.com
  154. 154. FEATURING: ANDREW LIPMAN, BINGHAM DAVID BRONSTON, PHILIPS LYTLE, LLP J. ARMAND MUSEY, GOLDIN ASSOCIATES WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  155. 155. REGULATION AND SPECTRUM ALLOCATION-A FIRESIDE CHAT AMONG PEERS FEATURED SPEAKERS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC J. Armand Musey Goldin Associates David Bronston Philips Lytle LLP Andrew Lipman Bingham 3:45pm – REGULATION AND SPECTRUM ALLOCATION
  156. 156. MODERATED BY: CHIEF ALAN PERDUE SAFER BUILDING COALITION WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  157. 157. PUBLIC SAFETY- SAFER BUILDING COALITION MODERATOR PANELISTS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC Chief Alan Perdue Safer Building Coalition Rob LeGrande District of Columbia Government Rick Baldasarre Vision Tech Clark Lazare AT&T Government Solutions David Rohr City of Fairfax Fire Department 4:45pm – PUBLIC SAFETY- SAFER BUILDING COALITION
  158. 158. SAFER BUILDINGS COALITION MAKING BUILDINGS SAFER THROUGH WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY Reliable in-building communications when it counts.
  159. 159. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  160. 160. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
  161. 161. Networking Reception Join us for a Networking Reception at 5:30 Sponsored by: WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  162. 162. SAVE THE DATE: 2015 NEDAS EVENTS WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University #NEDASWashDC
  163. 163. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 22, 2014 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University

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