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WiMAX - Next Generation Mobile Network

  1. 1. 8th AWFWIMAX – NEXTGENERATION MOBILENETWORK By: Dr. Mazlan Abbas
  2. 2. Penetration Rate© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  3. 3. Cellular Phones© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  4. 4. WiMAX + IMS© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. 1st LTE Commercial Launch – Dec.14, 2009• Based on LTE @ 2.6 GHz• Stockholm and Oslo• Teliasonera has 3 nationwidelicenses; Sweden, Norway and Finland•Ericsson is supplying the 4G citynetwork in Stockholm. Huawei issupplying the 4G city network in Oslo.At launch in 2010, Samsung willsupply the 4G modems in both cities•During the introduction offer period(until 1 July 2010) you pay 4SEK/month incl. VAT. 

4G and 3Gmodem is included. At launch thecustomer will have a 4G modem thatonly handles the 4G traffic. Freeexchange to a modem that handlesboth 4G and 3G when it is availableduring second quarter 2010. 
Bindingperiod of at least 12 month (new andfree customer)© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  6. 6. Broadband Enabler  Broadband is a right and no longer a privilege. It is a necessity and no longer a luxury.  According to the World Bank, every 10 percent increase in broadband penetration helps to increase a country’s economic growth by 1.3%.© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  7. 7. Broadband: Necessary Service Utility or Luxury?  Who deserves broadband?  Whether broadband is becoming a necessary utility, or remains a luxury  Does every rural community, hoping to hang on to its schools and hospitals, not t mention its young people, deserve to get broadband access?  Is broadband a necessary utility? If not now, will it ever be?© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  8. 8. 802.16e WiMAX Operators @ 2.3 GHz Deployments Last Updated: 12.30.2009© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  9. 9. 802.16e WiMAX Operators @ 2.5GHz Deployments Last Updated: 12.30.2009© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  10. 10. 802.16d & 802.16e WiMAX Operators 802.16d 802.16e Deployments Last Updated: 12.30.2009© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  11. 11. Agenda:  Mobile wireless Internet market demand  Mobile Internet service requirements  WiMAX is a cornerstone for Next-Generation of mobile Internet services  How the WiMAX Forum is driving the adoption of Anytime, Anywhere Connectivity  Operator commitments to deploy WiMAX© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved 11
  12. 12. Anytime, AnywhereThe Demand is Real© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved 12
  13. 13. Broadband Market has Significant Upside 2500 2200 Gap thousands of subscribers 2000 1500 1086 1000 500 250 0 Internet Cell Phones Broadband Broadband Usage Growing Faster Than We Have Seen in Other Emerging Technologies Sources: Internet World Stats, Wireless Intelligence, Point Topic 13© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  14. 14. 100% 50% 0% ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Smart Phones Feature Phones Voice Phones Growth and Revenue are in Sources: IDC, Web-Feet© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved 14
  15. 15. Service Requirements for High-Speed Internet Success  Easy-to-use  Affordable  Works on variety user device form-factors  Supports multiple usage models  Deliver broadband experience similar to fixed  Supports many applications (data, voice, video) over IP  Global roaming© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved 15
  16. 16. One Platform For All Internet Connectivity IMS Services Internet Network Policy IMS Signaling, and Charging Application servers Functions - “own” applications - Hosted applications IMS OSA / Web Services Enterprise Core Network Intranets WiFi 2G 3G WiMAX Wireline© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved 16
  17. 17. System Requirements to Answer Demand User/Operator Needs System Requirements Rich All-IP Multimedia Content • High Peak/Average Data Rates VoIP-Interactive A/V-TCP Data • Low Latency, Jitter, Delay • High Link Reliability, Symmetry • Seamless Mobility Coverage/Capacity Anytime, Indoor/Outdoor • High Link Budget • High Spectral Efficiency Cellular & • Adaptive Channel Utilization Broadband Ecosystems Scalability • Extended Battery Life Networks, Devices, Mobility • Tiers of mobility • Interworking • Multiple frequencies • Multiple channel widths© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved 17
  18. 18. WiMAX is a Cornerstone For Next-Generation of Broadband Connectivity© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  19. 19. Why WiMAX?  Delivers wireless broadband anytime, anywhere  Internet technology from the ground up  One common standard delivers a global platform for mobile Internet services  Delivers the highest capacity and greatest throughput at the lowest cost - OFDMA© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  20. 20. Wireless Technologies are Evolving to OFDMA OFDMA offers better spectral efficiency – Directly translates to higher throughput and capacity SIMPLIFIES SPECTRUM Delivered ADVANCED OFDMA EFFICIENCY RF Throughput TECHNIQUES OPTIMIZES CDMA LEVERAGES SPECTRUM BANDWIDTH ALLOCATION GSM Early ’90s Mid-’90s Early ’00s Mid-’00s© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  21. 21. WiMAX is NOT a Cellular Voice Replacement  WiMAX was not developed to compete with cellular voice market WiMAX WILL Complement 3G Data Services • WiMAX is a technology choice delivering high-capacity and high-throughput data services© Dr. Mazlan Abbas, MIMOS, All Rights Reserved
  22. 22. Contrasting Wi-Fi / WiMAX / Cellular Wi-Fi  CSMA/CA WiMAX  Efficient for unpredictable traffic in an unlicensed band  Inefficient for predictable traffic (voice)  “Sharing model” designed for unlicensed• Fast dynamic scheduling band  No control of resource allocation policy• Contention access for bandwidth requests only• Resource allocation exclusively by BS – retains tight policy control by network• Efficient for both bursty, unpredictable 2G/3.xG Cellular traffic and voice • Packet overlays but based on slot based, circuit switched resource allocation • Efficient for voice traffic • Inefficient for bursty traffic (email, http) WiMAX is the Optimal Solution for Mobile Internet

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