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Future	
  Agenda	
  
84	
  Brook	
  Street	
  
London	
  
W1K	
  5EH	
  
+44	
  203	
  0088	
  141	
  
futureagenda.org	
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Future of connectivity An initial perspective - Hossein Moiin, EVP and CTO at Nokia Networks.

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An initial perspective on the future of connectivity by Hossein Moiin, EVP and CTO at Nokia Networks. This is the starting point for the global future agenda discussions taking place through 2015 as part of the the futureagenda2.0 programme. www.futureagenda.org

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Future of connectivity An initial perspective - Hossein Moiin, EVP and CTO at Nokia Networks.

  1. 1.  The  Future  of  Connec.vity  |  An  Ini.al  Perspec.ve    Hossein  Moiin  |  Execu.ve  Vice  President  and  Chief  Technology  Officer    Nokia  Networks  
  2. 2. Context   This  ini.al  perspec.ve  on  the  Future  of  Connec.vity  kicks  off  the     Future  Agenda  2.0  global  discussions  that  are  taking  place  through  2015.     It  is  an  ini.al  view  to  be  shared,  challenged,  built  upon  and  enhanced.     Ini.al   Perspec.ves   Q4  2014   Global   Discussions   Q1/2  2015   Insight   Synthesis   Q3  2015   Sharing     Output   Q4  2015  
  3. 3. Giga  Growth   By  2025  mobile  networks  will  need  to  support  up  to  10,000x  more     capacity,  using  much  wider  range  of  spectrum  bands  -­‐  and  deliver  100x  faster   speeds,  100x  more  efficiently  -­‐  while  also  reducing  latency  to  milliseconds.  
  4. 4. Op.mal  Experience   Demand  growth  will  be  driven  by  new  data  apps,  device  types  and  connected   objects  all  sharing  the  same  network.  Every  user  -­‐  human,  machine  or  object  -­‐   will  expect  a  personalised  and  consistent  experience  across  all  touch  points.  
  5. 5. Everything  Connected     By  2025,  >50  billion  objects  and  >1  trillion  sensors  will  be  connected  to   networks  –  many  of  which  are  mobile.  These  generate  diverse  use-­‐cases  from   mul.-­‐cast  /  broadcast  of  live  video  feeds  across  mul.ple  areas  of  applica.on.    
  6. 6. Tes.ng  the  Limits   Most  digital  informa.on  will  be  stored  in  the  cloud  with  users  expec.ng     instant  access  anywhere  any.me  –  tes.ng  the  physical  limits  of  networks.   Networks  will  have  to  become  programmable  to  create  capacity  on  demand.  
  7. 7. Cogni.ve  Networks     In  using  big-­‐data  analy.cs  and  machine  learning,  networks  become  cogni.ve   enough  to  operate  themselves  at  the  most  op.mal  cost  -­‐  while  understanding   user’s  needs  and  automa.cally  delivering  the  best  experience  in  real-­‐.me.  
  8. 8. Shared  Business  Models   To  reduce  costs,  connec.vity  providers  increasingly  share  hardware,  soware   and  spectral  resources  and  collaborate  more  widely.  Cloud  and  cogni.ve   networks  drive  innova.ve  business  models  for  mone.zing  the  network.    
  9. 9. 5G  Era   The  5G  era  encompasses  Gbps  mobile  broadband  but  evolves  to  an     op.msied  architecture  that  integrates  mul.ple  fixed  and  wireless     networks  and  supports  flexible  spectrum  usage  with  high  spectral  efficiency.  
  10. 10. Tac.le  Performance   New  use-­‐cases  demand  tac.le  responses  from  the  network.  Latency  can  be   made  impercep.ble  only  by  reducing  the  physical  distance  between  devices   and  the  content  they  are  accessing  as  the  speed  of  light  is  constant.    
  11. 11. Security  and  Privacy  by  Design   The  trust  of  users  is  fragile  and  can  only  be  sustained  by  embedding     privacy  and  security  in  products  and  processes  to  provide     transparency,  choice  and  individual  par.cipa.on.    
  12. 12. Future  Agenda   84  Brook  Street   London   W1K  5EH   +44  203  0088  141   futureagenda.org   The  world’s  leading  open  foresight  program   What  do  you  think?   Join  In  |  Add  your  views  into  the  mix     www.futureagenda.org  

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