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Neutral Host, Small Networks

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Small Cell Forum MWC 2016 Sponsor Presentation: Wireless2020

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Neutral Host, Small Networks

  1. 1. 1 Small Cell Zone at MWC Hall 7, Stand F61 Neutral Host Small Cell Networks WiROI™ Business Case Modeling Planning and Simulation Tool
  2. 2. Neutral Host Small Cell Networks  Wireless 20/20 has been examining the role of neutral host small cells as a critical element of mobile network densification.  Focused on the business case for distributed network solutions in outdoor urban areas, subway systems and train stations with a high density of mobile broadband users.  Several leading tower companies and neutral host providers are looking for small cell vendors to address the need for multi-carrier small cells. 2 Mobile Network Densification © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved
  3. 3. Neutral Host Small Cell Solutions  For example, Crown Castle believes that small cell and DAS networks will be an important and fast growing to complement its traditional macro tower installations.  Crown Castle has also deployed one of the country’s largest fiber and outdoor small cell networks  Crown Castle has outdoor fiber-fed small cell nodes along these routes to serve all four MNOs.  Crown Castle competes with ExteNet Systems, Mobilitie, Zayo, Level 3 and American Tower in the fast growing market for neutral host, multi-carrier small cell networks. 3 © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved
  4. 4. Crown Castle Fiber Assets Crown Castle Fiber Assets Acquisition Date Fiber Network Miles Geographic Area NextG Networks Yearend 2011 4,600 fiber miles 90% urban/suburban 80% in Top 10 metros, NYC, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Chicago 24/7 Mid-Atlantic September 2014 800 fiber miles Maryland, Delaware, and Northern Virginia Quanta Fiber (Sunesys) April 2015 10,000 fiber miles Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Atlanta and Silicon Valley Total Fiber Assets 15,400 fiber miles © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved 4 • Crown Castle owns or has rights more than 15,000 miles of fiber in more than 20 large US metros, • Crown Castle has deployed approximately 15,000 outdoor small cell nodes along these fiber routes including a combination of newly built and upgrades to pre-existing nodes. • CC is now well positioned to address the desire for dark fiber backhaul solutions for small cell deployments by all four major US MNOs
  5. 5. Neutral Host, Multi-Carrier DAS and Small Cell Solutions  Sprint is planning to deploy 70,000 outdoor small cells over the next few years.  Most of the sites require zoning, permitting and negotiations with municipal authorities.  A single-carrier small cell deployment would require roughly the same number of discrete sites, and Sprint would have to secure the sites and negotiate terms for deployment. © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved 5
  6. 6. Small Cells in NYC  More than 2,200 cells have already been deployed in NYC, and another 8,800 applications are pending approval from carriers and neutral-host providers  Many areas of NYC are already saturated, and the city is looking to exchange old streetlight poles for multitenant poles with fiber backhaul where small cells could accommodate all four carriers.  Sprint alone wants to deploy 2,000 new small cells in 18 months in NYC and is considering the use of multi-tenant locations to place small cell equipment.  Mobilitie is a neutral-host partner for Sprint in NYC © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved 6
  7. 7. Verizon Wireless LTE Small Cells Integrated into Street Furniture  Verizon installed small cells in JCDecaux Kiosks to enhance network performance in San Francisco.  Verizon plans to deploy integrated in over 9,000 JCDecaux US outdoor street furniture assets in NYC, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston and San Francisco.  JCDecaux is designing, providing and deploying Street Furniture elements that can elegantly house the outdoor small cells © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved 7
  8. 8. ExteNet Outdoor Small Cell Network  Verizon partnered with ExteNet to deploy an outdoor small cell network with more than 400 fiber-fed small cell nodes mounted on city-owned steel light posts and wooden utility poles throughout the financial district of San Francisco.  ExteNet is also working with Aldridge Chicago to deploy a distributed 4G network in the Chicago subway with all four mobile carriers participating, covering all 22 miles of tunnels and in the stations with plans for service on the trains. © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved 8
  9. 9. Small Cell Deployment Challenge  Mounting Locations with Power and Backhaul  Many dense urban areas are already saturated for independent small cells  Cities are looking to exchange streetlight poles for multi-tenant poles which can house neutral host small cells in the base or the neck with fiber backhaul to support all four carriers  Manufacturers need to create designs that mimic the existing streetlight poles, especially those in historic and landmark areas © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved 9
  10. 10. Neutral Host Objectives Small Cell Zone at MWC10 Leverage existing fiber assets to accelerate mobile network densification Offer Neutral-host, multi-carrier, multi- technology solutions for MNOs & Venues Neutral Host reduces the cost to deploy and operate MNO Small Cell networks © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved
  11. 11. Neutral Host, Multi-Carrier DAS and Small Cell Solutions Attractive option to increase capacity and provide faster, more reliable data and voice services to support multiple MNOs—especially in Indoor Venues and densely populated urban areas. © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved 11
  12. 12. Benefits of Neutral Host to MNOs Save Money on CapEx and OpEx Share network elements and expenses Speedy Deployments Focus MNO resources on other projects Access to New High Density Zones Many Municipalities want/need only one network February 25, 201612 © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved
  13. 13. Neutral Host Small Cells Reduce MNO Costs 13 Cost to deploy 4 separate Small Cell Networks by MNOs Cost to Deploy Neutral Host Shared Small Cell Network Cost Reduction passed to MNOs © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved
  14. 14. WiROI™ Neutral Host Venue and Network Tool  Technologies compared in the model  Small Cells, DAS, Wi-Fi, 3G/4G LTE and Cloud RAN  Any Outdoor or Indoor Venue including:  Urban High Traffic Zones, Transit Systems, University Campus, Retail, Stadiums, Arenas, Airports, Malls, Enterprise, Hotels,  Neutral Host & Operator 10 year Modeling both included © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved 14 …4G Modeling Tools … Neutral Host Small Cell Networks WiROI™ Network Tool  Business Case for distributed network solutions using outdoor multi-carrier small cells in urban, suburban and rural areas, subway systems and train stations with a high density of mobile broadband users.
  15. 15. What is WiROI™ Neutral Host?  WiROI is a multi-technology modeling tool that enables neutral host providers to simulate and analyze in-depth, the business model necessary to support the business case for Outdoor Multi-Carrier Small Cell Networks  Flexible, scalable and customizable model:  The engine and data have been hardened through > 100 client engagements  The generic model provides a quick estimate based on actual deployments  Precise model generation is through client input assumptions © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved 15 …4G Modeling Tool for Venues…
  16. 16. WiROI™ Neutral Host Small Cell Networks  Custom WiROI™ Business Case :  Detailed Summary of Assumptions  Coverage and Capacity Planning  Tradeoffs of using different technologies such as Small Cells, DAS and Wi-Fi  Analysis of Data Usage and Penetration Projections  Financial Statement – 10 year  Revenue Projections and Analysis of Value Added Services  Capital Expenditures (Access Network, Core Network, Backhaul Network)  Operating Expenses (by category and detailed breakdown)  Operating Metrics (30 different metrics)  Valuation Summary (NPV and IRR figures)  Sensitivity analysis and optimization 16 investment grade business case
  17. 17. 17 WiROI™ Neutral Host Model LTE Small Cells Neutral Host Small Cell Business Case
  18. 18. Cost Savings for MNO’s 18 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% Cost per MNO Neutral Host Cost per MNO OpEx CapEx OpEx Savings • >20% CapEx Savings • >30%
  19. 19. 19 …Build Revenue model with MNOs… © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved Revenue Growth for Neutral Host Outdoor Small Cell Providers
  20. 20. Who We Are  Consulting group focused on the broadband wireless market – 3G, 4G, LTE, Wi-Fi  Expertise in technology, technical-financial Modeling, marketing and strategy  Investment grade business case development,  RFP/RFQ development, administration and response analysis  Vendor evaluation and selection  Technology evaluation and selection  Spectrum auction strategy  Go to market strategy  Investor presentations & due diligence  Targeting the “Broadband Wireless Ecosystem”  Service Providers, Component Vendors, Equipment Vendors, Regulators and investors  Industry leader with over 100 Wireless Business Cases and network deployment plans for clients in North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, Africa & Middle East  Proprietary tools to model broadband wireless networks, assessing the impact on ROI 20 RandallHaig Magnus Hideo Berge Riad ArifHideo February 25, 2016 Tom Khaled
  21. 21. 21 …service provider clients…
  22. 22. 22 TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE/SERVER SEMICONDUCTOR POLICY M2M HOSTED SERVICE HANDSETS EQUIPMENT DATACENTER CORE NETWORK …equipment vendor clients…
  23. 23. Thank You! Berge Ayvazian, Boston, USA berge@wireless2020.com Haig Sarkissian New York, USA +1 408 884-1561 haig@wireless2020.com Randall Schwartz , San Francisco, USA +1 650 490-3090 randall@wireless2020.com 23 © Copyright Wireless 20/20, LLC. – All rights reserved

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