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Driving Networks
forward to a Hyperconnected World
Satoshi Ikeuchi
VP, ...
Fujitsu at a Glance
• Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
• President: Masami Yamamoto
• Established: Jun 1935
• Revenue: $46.6 bil...
Fujitsu’s QuEST Forum Leadership
 Fujitsu is a charter member of QuEST Forum
 Among first TL9000 registrants
 Participa...
A Hyperconnected World
People, things, information, processes are increasingly connected
to networks, creating new value a...
(# of Users/Devices)
50B
Internet
of
Things
2020
The rise of connections
• IoT & big data bring huge growth potential to t...
Digital Transformation
Digital Digitalized
6
Digitalization impacts
Hard
Wired
Software
controlled
Flexibility
Months Days
Speed
Smart
Machine
Auto-
mation
Intelligenc...
A new paradigm is emerging
Greater Value
Craftsmanship Era Industrial Era Hyperconnected Era
 People focused
 Low scale
...
Greater Value
Craftsmanship Era Industrial Era Hyperconnected Era
 People focused
 Low scale
 Specialized,High cost
 S...
The old ways are no longer adequate
 Standalone
 Led by specialists
 Waterfall (slow)
 Closed
 High setup cost
Value ...
Human Centric Innovation
• Connect people with digital information and physical things and
infrastructure to empower peopl...
The Journey
Bring together
People
Information and
Infrastructure
Co-create value
in Digital
Ecosystem
Empower
people
Shape...
Two Worlds: SoR and SoE
Limited number
of users
Fixed scale
Rigid, Secured
Internet
Business
Intelligence
Known process,
P...
Hyperconnected System
Digital Business Platform
Transaction Applications Engagement Applications
 Connect and shape digit...
Software-Defined Connected Infrastructure
Hyper Connected
world
Create Value
through
Integration
New Value
from
Informatio...
ICT Evolution
• Information technology and Communication Technology
convergence toward network-wide distributed computing
...
Networking
- WAN -
Network-wide Distributed Computing
• Fujitsu bringing computing, networking and front-edge
together as ...
Initiatives in Networking
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
• Fujitsu powering network revolution with
three core technologies
Fujits...
SDN/NFV driving Dynamic and
Elastic Networks
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
SDN
19
 Agile new network service release on an ICT
p...
Network DevOps
Plan
and
Business Model
Design
and
Code
Source Control
and
Build
Release
and
Deploy
Execute
and
Monitor
Ana...
SDN/NFV Products, “Virtuora”
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
multi-layer
Wireless
Transport
Packet
Service node
Virtual networks
Br...
Distributed Service Platform
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
Collect
Tagging
Application
Operation Monitoring
Application layer
Con...
Service Function Chaining
empowered by Virtuora NC
Customer A:
Office1
Customer A:
Office2
Customer B
Access NetworkAccess...
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
Mobile
• Connection to explosive increase and diversified
devices
• New mobile services demand high...
Mobile Service Growth
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
1.E+05
1.E+04
1.E+03
1.E+02
1.E+01
1.E+00
1.E-00
1.E-01
1.E+011.E+00 1.E+031....
Mobile Solutions toward 5G RAN
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
D2D
Multi-RAT /Multi-Band /Multi-Layered Cell
M2M
Ad-hoc NW
Wireless...
5G Technology Requirements
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
High
Capacity
x1,000
Traffic
Peak
Data rate
1-10Gbps
Low
Latency
1ms
Hig...
Optical
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
• Making the explosion of “Big-Data” manageable
Optical
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• Fujitsu’ track record over a multi-decade span of optical networking
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 200...
Copyright 2015 FUJITSU
Toward Elastic Optical
Networking
SDN
ControllerAgile
Networking
Flexible
Forwarding
Higher
Capacit...
31
Agile
Networking
Key Technology toward Elastic
Optical Networking
Grooming
Traffic Efficiently
Flexible
Forwarding
High...
HyperconnectedWorld
FUJITSU’s Contribution
Traditional Network Systems
Efficiency(Kaizen)
Software-Defined Network Systems...
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Driving Networks Forward to the Hyper-Connected World

  1. 1. Copyright 2015 QuEST Forum. All Rights Reserved. 1 Driving Networks forward to a Hyperconnected World Satoshi Ikeuchi VP, Network Business Group Fujitsu Limited 2015 EMEA Best Practice Conference June 17, 2015 1
  2. 2. Fujitsu at a Glance • Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan • President: Masami Yamamoto • Established: Jun 1935 • Revenue: $46.6 billion • R&D Expenditure: $2.5 billion 80years A rich history of Innovation FORTUNE named Fujitsu as “one of the World's Most Admired Companies” for a third consecutive year. 100+Data Centers 180+countries On site service Global service desk 48regions 30+languages #1 in Japan #4globally 160thousand employees IT Service 2
  3. 3. Fujitsu’s QuEST Forum Leadership  Fujitsu is a charter member of QuEST Forum  Among first TL9000 registrants  Participated on QuEST Forum Executive Board since 2000  Hosted first APAC conference in Yokohama (6/2000)  Provided Workgroup leadership for several years  Helped QuEST Forum growth in APAC region  Continue to be a major sponsor of key events  Participated on NFV Strategic Initiative Team 3
  4. 4. A Hyperconnected World People, things, information, processes are increasingly connected to networks, creating new value and giving big impact to the future 4
  5. 5. (# of Users/Devices) 50B Internet of Things 2020 The rise of connections • IoT & big data bring huge growth potential to the global economy 1M 1960 10B 2010 Mobile Internet 1B 2000 Desktop Internet 100M 1990 PC 10M 1980 Mini computer Main frame 5
  6. 6. Digital Transformation Digital Digitalized 6
  7. 7. Digitalization impacts Hard Wired Software controlled Flexibility Months Days Speed Smart Machine Auto- mation Intelligence 7
  8. 8. A new paradigm is emerging Greater Value Craftsmanship Era Industrial Era Hyperconnected Era  People focused  Low scale  Specialized, High cost  Standalone  Assets focused  High scale  Standardized, Low cost  Value Chain  People focused  High scale  Specialized,Low cost  Digital Ecosystem 8
  9. 9. Greater Value Craftsmanship Era Industrial Era Hyperconnected Era  People focused  Low scale  Specialized,High cost  Standalone  Assets focused  High scale  Standardized,Low cost  Value Chain  People focused  High scale  Specialized, Low cost  Digital Ecosystem A new paradigm is emerging 9
  10. 10. The old ways are no longer adequate  Standalone  Led by specialists  Waterfall (slow)  Closed  High setup cost Value chain Digital Ecosystem  Connect people, information and infrastructure  Led by anyone  Agile  Open  Low setup cost Traditional Innovation New Type of Innovation 10
  11. 11. Human Centric Innovation • Connect people with digital information and physical things and infrastructure to empower people and to create business and social value. Human Empowerment Connected Infrastructure People Information Infrastructure Creative Intelligence 11
  12. 12. The Journey Bring together People Information and Infrastructure Co-create value in Digital Ecosystem Empower people Shape Mesh Digital Ecosystems co-creating diverse value Human Centric Innovation 12
  13. 13. Two Worlds: SoR and SoE Limited number of users Fixed scale Rigid, Secured Internet Business Intelligence Known process, Process driven Structured data Huge number of users Variable scale Flexible, Agile Internet of Things Big Data Intelligence Unknown process, Data driven Unstructured data Systems of Record Systems of Engagement 13
  14. 14. Hyperconnected System Digital Business Platform Transaction Applications Engagement Applications  Connect and shape digital ecosystems with open interfaces (API’s)  Align SoR and SoE  Open-standard based  Enable Internet of Things  Built-in Security Connected Infrastructure 14
  15. 15. Software-Defined Connected Infrastructure Hyper Connected world Create Value through Integration New Value from Information Mobility and Empowerment Network-wide Optimization Integrated Computing On-demand Everything Security and Business Continuity Big DataIntegration Mobility Computing Security Cloud 15
  16. 16. ICT Evolution • Information technology and Communication Technology convergence toward network-wide distributed computing 16
  17. 17. Networking - WAN - Network-wide Distributed Computing • Fujitsu bringing computing, networking and front-edge together as an ICT platform for network-wide optimization FUJITSU Intelligent Networking and Computing Architecture Computing - Data Centers - Front-edge - Smart Devices - Management and Control Distributed Service Platform The best in class QoE End to End On-demand Optimization Physical Resources Virtual Resources 17
  18. 18. Initiatives in Networking Copyright 2015 FUJITSU • Fujitsu powering network revolution with three core technologies Fujitsu Intelligent Networking and Computing Architecture 18 Networking - WAN - Computing - Data Centers - Front-edge - Smart Devices - Management and Control Distributed Service Platform Physical Resources Virtual Resources SDN Mobile Optical Best in class QoE End to End On-demand Optimization
  19. 19. SDN/NFV driving Dynamic and Elastic Networks Copyright 2015 FUJITSU SDN 19  Agile new network service release on an ICT platform  Simplified and automated network operation  Business Agility  Scalability & Reliability  Automation & Cost Reduction  Multi-vendor Support  Migration
  20. 20. Network DevOps Plan and Business Model Design and Code Source Control and Build Release and Deploy Execute and Monitor Analyze and Optimize Discover and Policy Model Testing and Verification Business Agility with Carrier Grade Quality • Introducing IT DevOps with maximizing SDN/NFV programmability Big Data Analytics QoE Optimization Orchestration, Control Visualization Open APIs, SDK Service Creation 20 SDN
  21. 21. SDN/NFV Products, “Virtuora” Copyright 2015 FUJITSU multi-layer Wireless Transport Packet Service node Virtual networks BroadOne (Base station) BroadOne (Femto) Virtuora SN-V FLASHWAVE(Optical transport) Network virtualizing node EPC IMS S/P GW Virtuora NC Wide-Area virtual network operations-control and management Virtuora QM Network quality management with 40G Full Packet Capturing Customer portal Data center On-demand control EPC: Evolved Packet Core IMS: I Multimedia Subsystem S/P GW: Serving/Packet data network Gateway SDN 21
  22. 22. Distributed Service Platform Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Collect Tagging Application Operation Monitoring Application layer Condition Ex. Minimize traffic Infrastructure layer Site Wide-Area Network Cloud Computing load Traffic condition Device performance Distributing, Monitoring, Re-distributing Detect Notify • Automatically distributed deployment for application processing according to changes in the infrastructure Collect Tagging Detect/ filtering NotifySummarize Process Flow Process flow analysis Infrastructure conditions Deployment SDN 22
  23. 23. Service Function Chaining empowered by Virtuora NC Customer A: Office1 Customer A: Office2 Customer B Access NetworkAccess NetworkAccess Network Service Pool FW IDS Service Provider: Site B Service Pool FW IDS Service Provider: Site A Tunnel (LSP) Service Provider Core Network Site D Site C Internet SW SW Customer Portal Customer A: Operator Virtuora NC Service/Network/Device Information Models defined by using YANG FW: Fire Wall IDS: Intrusion Detection System SW: Switch • Commercially Available Service started in Summer of 2014 • Service Modeling capability for New Network Services by maximizing SDN Programmability Virtualization of Network Resources Standardization of Platform/Process (Modeling) Automation of provisioning with SDN Programmability Creation of On-Demand Network Services IDSFW 23 SDN
  24. 24. Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Mobile • Connection to explosive increase and diversified devices • New mobile services demand higher data volumes and much higher QoE Mobile 24
  25. 25. Mobile Service Growth Copyright 2015 FUJITSU 1.E+05 1.E+04 1.E+03 1.E+02 1.E+01 1.E+00 1.E-00 1.E-01 1.E+011.E+00 1.E+031.E+02 1.E+051.E+04 1.E+071.E+06 UserThroughput[Mbps/user] User density [user/km^2] LTE LTE-A High Peak Throughput High Capacity High reliability /Low latency Many devices (MTC) SMS Internet Video SNS Voice 5G4G 3G 2G Mobile 25
  26. 26. Mobile Solutions toward 5G RAN Copyright 2015 FUJITSU D2D Multi-RAT /Multi-Band /Multi-Layered Cell M2M Ad-hoc NW Wireless-Wire Cooperation Interferenc e Control Optical access Disaster Prediction Autonomous Driving Shared Experience Smart Citizen Services SDN/SON Flexible- Backhaul Wireless Backhaul Ultra-Low latency Network Moving Green Energy In-Building Ultra-Dense Wireless Fronthaul Virtual RAN Liner Cell Beamforming C/U-Splitting Connected Car Distributed Mobile Core /CDN Cloud RAN Small cell Solution Interference control Multi-band RRH Centralized-BBU E-band IR • 5G mobile system serving as an Human Centric ICT Mobile 26
  27. 27. 5G Technology Requirements Copyright 2015 FUJITSU High Capacity x1,000 Traffic Peak Data rate 1-10Gbps Low Latency 1ms High Reliability 99.999% Massive Devices x100 devices Low Power M2M Mobility 500km/h 5G • High performance and low cost Mobile 27
  28. 28. Optical Copyright 2015 FUJITSU • Making the explosion of “Big-Data” manageable Optical 28
  29. 29. • Fujitsu’ track record over a multi-decade span of optical networking Copyright 2015 FUJITSU 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 10M 100M 1G 10G 100G 1T 10T 100T Transport capacity (bps/fiber) 32M 100M 400M 400M(Submarine) 1.6G 1.8G(Submarine) 2.4G 10G 2.4G x 48 wave 10G x 80 wave 40G x 40 waves TDM era DWDM era Digital coherent era 400G/1T Year Ref. Nikkei Communications (partially modified) 100G x 80 wavesCommercial product base Transport Capacity Growth Optical FLASHWAVE series NetSmart series 29
  30. 30. Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Toward Elastic Optical Networking SDN ControllerAgile Networking Flexible Forwarding Higher Capacity Point-Point(1:1) Ring(1:n) Mesh(m:n) On Demand SocialMobility Big DataCloud Variety of devices Connected wherever you are Use as you like Data becomes Knowledge Grooming Traffic Efficiently Optical Everything Connected through Elastic Optical Network 30 Fujitsu Solution – Universal Family Universal Access Universal Switch Universal Transport System Integrator SDN Controller
  31. 31. 31 Agile Networking Key Technology toward Elastic Optical Networking Grooming Traffic Efficiently Flexible Forwarding Higher Capacity Spectrum Defragmentation Multi-level modulation Open innovative 4bits/symbol 180 ° 0000 11111100 0011 1000 0100 1011 0111 1101 0001 1001 0101 0010 1110 1010 0110 0 ° 90 ° 270 ° 200G DP-16QAM Hi- Capacity Standardized digital technology efficiency
  32. 32. HyperconnectedWorld FUJITSU’s Contribution Traditional Network Systems Efficiency(Kaizen) Software-Defined Network Systems Innovation Pursuit of Quality, Efficiency and Practical Use of existing assets for both of IT and CT Businesses FUJITSU’s Contribution As QF Member 32 Migrate the existing systems capabilities Modernization for continues growth
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