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LTE impact on Telco architecture

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LTE impact on Telco architecture

  1. 1. Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G High-Level Impact on Telco BSS/ESS/OSS
  2. 2. 2  Executive summary  What is LTE  LTE Architecture  Typical Impact on Telco Architecture  Next steps for Typical LTE Telco Deployments Agenda
  3. 3. SECTION Executive Summary
  4. 4. 4 Background Issues Key risks & challenges Next steps Current realities  Communication Service Providers need to stay ahead of the curve in 4G evolution  The business is evolving towards the “internet of things”, mobile commuting and data-hungry devices Current risks  Next growth curve is Broadband  Revenue loss and market erosion by not evolving to LTE  Market challenge from pure-play OTT players Actions  Analyse impact of LTE on a typical Telco Enterprise Architecture  Plan for and get funding for changes in readiness  Rollout (phased)  Benefits realization Business issues  Broadband not robust enough to offer enhanced VAS (Value Added Services)  High OPEX/CAPEX in 3G  Low user satisfaction in current 3G offerings LTE Executive Summary
  5. 5. SECTION What is LTE
  6. 6. 6 LTE A Definition Fourth Generation (4G) all-IP standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals
  7. 7. SECTION LTE Architecture
  8. 8. 8 LTE Architecture Evolution Architecture – 3 sides of a coin (2G, 3G, 4G) RNC RNC SGSN GGSN Mediation (BSS) GGSN/MME/PGW/SGW Mediation (BSS) 3G LTE NB=Node B (Base Station) RNC=Radio Network Controller SGSN=Serving GPRS Support Node GGSN=General GPRS Support Node nB nB nB nB eNB eNB eNB eNB UE=User Equipment, eNB=eNodeB PGW=Packet Data Network Gateway SGW=Serving Gateway, MME=Mobility Management Entity UE UE UE UE Uu X2 s1 BSC BSC MSC Mediation 2G/GSM BTS=Base Station BSC=Base Station Controller MSC=Mobile Switching Center BTS BTS BTS BTS UE UE BSS ESS
  9. 9. SECTION Impact on Telco
  10. 10.  All IP Network Model  Flux of high capacity and bandwidth hungry phones  Major competition from OTT providers (IPTV, VOIP etc)  Provisioning & Activation  Service Assurance  Service Operation Center  Security management  Customer Authentication  Revenue Assurance & Fraud Management  Data traffic prioritization rules  Enhanced credit control rules  Interconnect business rules  Billing Models Change  Flatter Billing Structures  Introduction of variable billing  Device management rules  - to curb fraud take control of device & subscriber authentication  Prone to man in the middle attacks as IP connection giives open internet access.  Automated SIM & number management  Improved turnaround time for SIM Ordering from manufacturer . Business Impact  Network Core component change  Separation of Services and Bearers e.g. SMS as a service and as a traffic bearer.  IPV6 Alignment  Migration of applications from Network core to mobile device  Pressure on network capacity  Investment in DPI technology  Increase in technical connections and interfaces  Protocol Standardization Technology Impact  Change in SIM configuration rules  IPV6 Alignment  Mediation Business Rules alignment  Business rules on RA/FMS to link authentication and subscriber details.  Changes in interconnect to cater for changes in billing record transfer  Charging rules alignment to interface with IP based networks Business Impact Technology Impact Business Impact  Device management Platform  Platforms for IP Management & Control  Service delivery platform changes for OSS Integration Technology Impact LTE Impact on OSS/BSS/ESS (High Level Business & Technical Perspective) Potential OSS Impact Potential BSS Impact Potential ESS Impact
  11. 11. 11 LTE Impact on a typical Telco’s Application Landscape (BSS, OSS, ESS) MARKET / SALES PRODUCT CUSTOMER SERVICE ENTERPRISE SUPPLIER / PARTNER RESOURCE VTU SV Siebel Core S@T OTA Mobile Money USSD GW WAP GW MMSC OCS VCDR FMS Arcsight CDR Store ACLLMS FMA ERP BI BI PortalShare Hyperion SME Portal IN ADCRBT Siebel CRM OGW SMSC Content Server Portals IN Scream SAS FACTSHardcat DB Protect Siebel eSsupport Siebel eCommerce Siebel eBill ODS Oracle MDM/AIA Siebel RTD OSS SDPSOA OCS SME Portal VTU IVR USSD Network Nodes Siebel Core PatrolTMArt Number Mgt. RemedyPerceive Tivoli SCOM SCCM ACD EIR ControlM Raptor Interconnect (ICT) Payroll HRIS Citrix IDM NStalker DLP QualysRSA Access Manager DB Vault Audit Vault Data Center Infrastructure BSS Impacted System Product Catalog Pricing System
  12. 12. 12 LTE Impact on Telco Application Landscape (OSS) MARKET / SALES PRODUCT CUSTOMER SERVICE ENTERPRISE SUPP / PARTNER RESOURCE VTU SV Siebel Core S@T OTA Mobile Money SDP Integra USSD GW WAP GW MMSC OCS Arcsight Mediation CDR Store LMS FMA VCDR RA BI BI PortalShare Hyperion SME Portal IN ADCRBT Siebel CRM OGW SMSC Content Server Portals IN SAS DB Protect Siebel eSsupport Siebel eCommerce Siebel eBill ODS Oracle MDM/AIA Siebel RTD OSS SDPSOA OCS SME Portal VTUCCN IVR USSD Fault Mgt. Network Component Configuration RemedyPerceive Tivoli SCOM SCCM Network Inventory Maintenance EIR ControlM Raptor Interconnect (ICT) Payroll HRIS Citrix IAM NStalker DLP QualysRSA Access Manager DB Vault Audit Vault Data Center Infrastructure OSS Impacted System
  13. 13. 13 LTE Impact on Telco Application Landscape (ESS) MARKET / SALES PRODUCT CUSTOMER SERVICE ENTERPRISE SUPP / PARTNER RESOURCE VTU Billing Siebel Core S@T OTA Mobile Money IN Integra USSD GW WAP GW MMSC OCS VCDR FMS Arcsight Mediation CDR Store ACLLMS FMA IFSVCDR RA BI BI PortalShare Hyperion SME Portal IN ADCRBT Siebel CRM OGW SMSC Content Server Online Portal SAS FACTSHardcat DB Protect Siebel eSsupport Siebel eCommerce Siebel eBill ODS Oracle MDM/AIA Siebel RTD OSS SDPSOA OCS SME Portal VTU IVR USSD ICT Financial ManagerTPP Provident Siebel Core PatrolTMArt NT/DSA RemedyPerceive Tivoli SCOM SCCM ACD EIR ControlM Raptor Interconnect (ICT) Payroll HRIS Citrix IAM NStalker DLP QualysRSA Access Manager DB Vault Audit Vault Data Center Infrastructure ESS Impacted System
  14. 14. SECTION Next steps
  15. 15. Identification of Business Rules Changes Next Steps LTE Impact Next Steps Core Network Vendor engagement for Business Impact Analysis Protocol and Interface requirements System rule specification changes Information interchange & Integration rules Consider Roll-out Strategy
  16. 16. THANK YOU Copyright Enteriss 2013 Anietie Akpan – Lead Enterprise Architect, Enteriss 16

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