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LTE World Summit 2012 - Day 1 T1 Thierry Dupont TDF

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LTE World Summit Barcelona May 2012
Day 1 - TDF

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LTE World Summit 2012 - Day 1 T1 Thierry Dupont TDF

  1. 1. Analysing the Network Sharing Opportunity Thierry DUPONT - Project Manager May 23rd 2012
  2. 2. TDF, in Brief TV and Radio Broadcast Leader in Europe  11150 sites operated in Europe  8730 in France  More than 1500 customers  Digital Transport Network  Management and Distribution of Audio, Video and Data Contents  Creation of Innovative Solutions  Connected DTT, Video on Demand, Catch-up TV  Digital Cinema, 3D Mobile Network Operators Partner  More than 20 % of the Sales  Sites Housing  Operations & Maintenance 1
  3. 3. LTE Shared Network LTE standard includes natively sharing model  National Roaming  Passive Sharing  Active Sharing MOCN GWCN All IP Networks Active Sharing Business Model  Wholesalers  Joint Ventures  Geographic Split 2
  4. 4. Cost Saving Opportunities Total Capex split by item 2010-2030 €m 2 000 1 957 750 1 800 TDF Use Case 1 600 1 400 520 1 200 MNO – 10MHz alone 1 000 800 453 600 400 117 200 81 30 0 CAPEX License Backhaul LTE Network Radio IT & Core - 30% Equip. Prov. sites Network & instal. rental Yearly Consortium Opex 2020 €m 150 137 52 125 Consortium – 15MHz 100 MNO at 33% of shares 42 75 ~30% TDF ~70% MNO 50 23 25 9 6 5 03 OPEX Backhaul Radio Main- Conf IT & SG&A sites Tenanc Core rental e Network
  5. 5. TDF PoC EPC EPC Media Broadcast Telehouse2 RAN TMS4
  6. 6. Multi Operator Core Network with shared spectrum RAN is shared between multiple MNOs Each MNO manages it’s own EPC 2 Types of services in LTE  Guaranteed Bit Rate  non-GBR Problematic :  Fairness between MNO  Capacity Reservation of each MNO for  GBR Services  non-GBR Services 5
  7. 7. Multi Operator Core Network with shared spectrum GBR Services Through Admission Control Fully splitted  GBR eRAB initiation within the reserved capacity Fully Fully Partial  Configuration with less performance splitted shared shared Fully shared  GBR eRAB initiation without restriction UNUSED SHARED for GBR  Optimal Configuration 50% 50%  No Limitation and no Guarantee Partial shared SHARED 50%  GBR eRAB initiation within the reserved capacity MNO A MNO A and the shared part 30% 30%  Mix between split and shared  Pbe of equity if an MNO preempts the shared part MNO B MNO B 20% 20% 6
  8. 8. TDF Network Sharing Implementation  Based on the dynamic allocation of Physical Resource Block  Each MNO can use the total amount of PRBs  In case of congestion, each MNO has it’s percentage of PRB Reserved7
  9. 9. LTE QoS8
  10. 10. LTE QoS QCI Table9
  11. 11. Building Differentiated QoS flows for each MNO  MOCN Configuration  MNO A: 70 %  MNO B: 30%  QoS Configuration per MNO  UE A, UE B2 and UE B3 with QCI 9 (BE)  UE B1 with QCI 3 (Gold Subs)  Results in case of congestion  UE A uses 70 % of PRB  UEs from MNO B use 30 % of PRB  UE B1 : Video Stream without degradation  UE B2 : Video Stream Degradation  UE B3 ; Download Degradation10
  12. 12. Home User entering LTE MOCN Cell Each Cell broadcasts Operators PLMN IDs  Through SIB UE decodes broadcast message and selects its HPLMN UE informs the e-UTRAN of the selected PLMN-id The Shared eNodeB routes the UE to the CN according to the selected PLMN-id 11
  13. 13. Handover User entering LTE MOCN Cell Serving PLMN Id remains unchanged after X2-based Handover For S1-based Handover or inter RAT Handover, the eNodeB will know the serving CN according to MME Handover Request Message 12
  14. 14. Handover using X2 interface13
  15. 15. Q&A ?14

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