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Delivering Integrated HetNets: Small Cell Forum’s expanded mission

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Alan Law's keynote speech from Small Cells World Summit

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Delivering Integrated HetNets: Small Cell Forum’s expanded mission

  1. 1. Delivering integrated HetNets Small Cell Forum’s expanded mission
  2. 2. We continue to drive market understanding and growth © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 Driving standards Removing barriers Promoting solutions Iuh FAPI SON Small cell services API TR-069 evolution X2 interface Residential Enterprise Rural & remote Urban
  3. 3. © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 Enterprise Rural & remote Residential Urban More than 11 million small cells deployed worldwide
  4. 4. © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 We continue to see growth in every category Enterprise Cumulativeshipments Residential /SOHO Urban Rural & remote Cumulativeshipments (million) CumulativeshipmentsCumulativeshipments 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 30/9/14 31/12/14 31/03/15 30/9/14 31/12/14 31/03/15 30/9/14 31/12/14 31/03/15 30/9/14 31/12/14 31/03/15 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 400,000 450,000 500,000 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 13,000 13,500 14,000 14,500 15,000 15,500 16,000 16,500 17,000 Source: Mobile Experts for Small Cell Forum
  5. 5. © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 Future market growth indications are strong – reinforced by positive silicon shipments 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Smallcellshipments (million) Rural & remote Urban Enterprise Residential/SOHO Entered a period of continued growth (~32% CAGR) Source: Mobile Experts for Small Cell Forum
  6. 6. © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 Network evolution is accelerating
  7. 7. © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 Industry is moving towards an integrated HetNet • Small cells and HetNet critical for densification • C-RAN, DAS, and all flavors of Wi-Fi, all part an industry-wide transition • Macro becoming smarter
  8. 8. © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 CARRIER REQUIREMENTS DEMAND AN EXPANDED REMIT Virtualization of small cells Smarter Wi-Fi integration – LAA & Wi-Fi calling Smarter SON Small cells and M2M Integration of small cells into 5G standards evolution HetNet interoperability Our mission is to drive the wide-scale adoption of small cells and accelerate the delivery of integrated HetNets In order to ensure our role in this journey is clear – we have evolved our mission statement
  9. 9. • Expanded remit reflected in current focus on virtualization of small cell layer • Carriers need to understand how small cell roadmap aligns with centralizing and virtualizing macro RAN Enabling future network transformations © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015
  10. 10. DRAN PDCP Split MAC MAC/PHY Split PHY CPRI Our virtualization analysis investigates benefits versus costs of different split options PHYMAC SON OAM APPS RRC PDCP RLC Upper MAC Lower MAC Upper PHY Lower PHY RF Centralization Benefits RF Benefits Transport Costs © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015
  11. 11. © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 • MAC/PHY well aligned with current small cell multi-vendor FAPI – Functional Application Platform Interface • PDCP split also has potential, as some benefits are available with no transport cost increase • Standardization of a transportable interface for the chosen split will establish a scalable ecosystem with interchangeability of remote and centralized parts from different suppliers – requires the development of a IP network transportable version of FAPI, or nFAPI Release 5.1: Key findings Announcement: Release identifies a clear opportunity to support an accelerated industry transition to virtualized small cells with a virtualized FAPI (nFAPI) based on a MAC/PHY split.
  12. 12. Virtualization Foundations – SCF Release 5.1 © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015
  13. 13. Release Program © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 scf.io
  14. 14. What’s next: Release Program © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 Driving the wide-scale adoption of small cells and accelerating the delivery of integrated HetNets Major HetNet release
  15. 15. Be part of the journey © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 We are a carrier-led organization. Our operator members feed us their requirements and we respond. OPERATORS We do this for you
  16. 16. © Small Cell Forum Ltd 2015 In summary: Our next major release - Release 6 : HetNet Our future work plan covers activities in virtualization, unlicensed and HetNet Cemented our leadership role on HetNet in our Mission Statement Identified a clear opportunity for virtualized MAC/PHY with nFAPI

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