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3G IP Architecture

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3G IP Architecture

  1. 1. 3G IP Architecture Dec 21, 2013 Muhamad Yopan, MBA, CCIE Ericsson Indonesia
  2. 2. GSM Node Definitions MS: Mobile Subscriber The subscriber and the mobile device. BTS: Base Station Transceiver Mobile wireless transceiver used to aggregate discrete mobile systems in the BSS. BSC: Base Station Controller BTS aggregator and controller. Termination point for the Abis interface. BSS: Base Station Subsystem The MS, BTS and BSC. MSC: Mobile Switching Center Main call processing element in the mobile wireless network. Equivalent to a Class 5 switch. VLR: Visitor Location Register A database that stores information related to the MSs associated with the MSC to which it is attached. HLR: Home Location Register A central database that stores the subscriber information for all mobile subscribers authorized to use a given GSM network.
  3. 3. UMTS Node Definitions UE User Equipment (the mobile device). NodeB Analogous to the BTS in the GSM/GPRS BSS, the NodeB is responsible for Ue aggregation. Uses W-CDMA for the air interface. Radio Access Controller (RNC) Analogous to the BSC in the GSM/GPRS BSS, the RNC aggregates Iub traffic from the NodeBs in a particular region of the RAN. Responsible for air encryption, mobility management (handover), and voice/data transmission to the circuit-switched and packet-switched core. Media Gateway (MGW) The element responsible for interworking voice traffic between and among formats (e.g. ATM AAL2 RTP/IP).
  4. 4. SGSN/GGSN SGSN: Serving GPRS Support Node An interworking element responsible for providing packet access between the RAN and the Packet Switched Network (PSN). Encapsulates subscriber traffic in GTP for transmission across the Gn interface. GGSN: Gateway GPRS Support Node An IP element responsible for de-encapsulating GTP traffic from the Gn interface and interfacing with external networks (such as the Internet).
  5. 5. GSM IN EIR SMS-C F E HLR C,D gsmSSFgsmSCF Nc MSC-S MSC-S CS CORE Mc Mc Nb M-MGW Um BTS Abis A GRAN MS Abis BSC Um BTS MS M-MGW MSS MSS
  6. 6. GPRS IN EIR SMS-C F E HLR C,D gsmSSFgsmSCF Nc MSC-S MSC-S CS CORE Mc Mc Nb M-MGW Um BTS Abis M-MGW MSS A MSS GRAN MS Abis BSC Gb Um BTS MS Gi Gn SGSN GGSN PS CORE IP PDN
  7. 7. 3G IN Um MS SMS-C F Abis BSC BTS EIR E HLR C,D gsmSSFgsmSCF A Nc MSC-S MSC-S IuCS Uu UE NodeB RNC UTRAN Uu Mc Mc Iub Nb M-MGW Iur Gb M-MGW MSS MSS Iub UE NodeB RNC IuPS Gi Gn SGSN GGSN IP PDN
  8. 8. Network Schematic TATA EquinixIX Google Facebook P-1 Internet Gateway P-2 PE-1 SW-1 SW-2 CE PE-2 Gi Network PE-1 PE-2 IN HLR MSC MGW SW-1 MPLS CORE SW-2 SGSN P-1 GGSN PCRF RADIUS P-2 PE-2 MPLS RAN PE-1 SW-1 BSC SW-2 RNC MetroE
  9. 9. IuB & Abis BSC MetroE BTS BTS BTS RNC
  10. 10. Vendors
  11. 11. Telecommunication companies
  12. 12. Sample Careers • http://www.ericsson.com/careers
  13. 13. Network Engineer • Apply now • Date: Dec 2, 2013 • • Ericsson Overview Ericsson is world’s leading provider of communications technology and services. Our offerings include services, consulting, software and infrastructure within Information and Communications Technology. Using innovation to empower people, business and society, Ericsson is working towards the Networked Society: a world connected in real time that will open up opportunities to create freedom, transform society and drive solutions to some of our planet’s greatest challenges. We are truly a global company, operating across borders in over 180 countries, offering a diverse, performance-driven culture and an innovative and engaging environment. As an Ericsson employee, you will have freedom to think big and the support to turn ideas into achievements. Continuous learning and growth opportunities allow you to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to progress and reach your career goals. We invite you to join our team. • • Job Summary The Network Engineer performs design, optimization and audit of a network to meet the customer requirements. The Network Engineer role is applicable for design & optimization of RAN, Transmission, Core, OM and Services Networks. The Network Engineer can be engaged in the whole process from pre-sales of services and networks to service delivery and acceptance. The role is focused on executing design, audit and optimization services, where the network engineer is responsible for part of the solution and part of the service process. Hereby, the Network Engineer is responsible to keep time, performance and quality according to Ericsson requirements and Customer contract. • • • • • Responsibilities & Tasks: Identify add-on sales opportunities Participate in knowledge sharing activities Assist in development of a service proposal Collect and document customer requirements • • • • • • • • • Position Qualifications Core Competences Ericsson Portfolio Knowledge Creating & Innovating Entrepreneurial & Commercial Thinking Applying Expertise & Technology Analyzing Learning & Researching Delivering Results & Meeting Customer Expectations Minimum Qualififcation & Experience Requirements • • • • Preferred Qualification & Experience Requirements Planning, organization and executing skills. Good communication and documentation skills. Ability to handle customer meetings and discussions.
  14. 14. Open Positions for: • RNC Network Design • Radio Network Optimization • Field Project Coordination (SACME) • Document Controller • Field Project Management • Field Project Coordination (TI) • Commissioning and Integration • BSC Connectivity Design Work Location : Sumatera & Kalimantan Experience > 1 year
  15. 15. IP RAN System Integration Engineer Tangent International are currently seeking a IP RAN System Integration Engineer for a 3 month rolling contract based in Singapore Summary: Looking for a IPRAN SI (system integrator) working on routers modernization in the IPRAN from Cisco 7609 to Cisco ASR9K. Duration is 3 months from Jan 2014. Extendable Responsibilities: To start up, test, configure, integrate and commission two Cisco ASR9K routers customers exchange To install Cisco ASR9K at customers exchange complete with cabling works, power, signal and fibers To actively involved in POC, perform all the required test cases in UAT document To assist IPRAN SA in producing MOP and UAT document To work on router side for RBS and Core nodes migration to Cisco ASR9K Shutdown of old Cisco 7609 router Competence: In-depth knowledge of IP networks, features and functions. Must have an onsite IP integration experience from previous project/assignments Requires Cisco ASR experience Cisco certification (eg: CCIE) is added advantage Strong customer engagement & communication skills Please note we will not be able to consider candidate who are currently permanent at Ericsson or that have been permanent within the last 2 years

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