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LTE & DPI Solutions Why LTE & DPI Are Essential for Mobile Broadband
Critical Challenges for Mobile Broadband Tyranny of the Minority Wireless bandwidth is a shared resource P2P applications devour available bandwidth Quality = Prioritization QoS requires  managed  delivery of voice, video, data Bandwidth demand will continue to out-pace supply IP Security LTE is an “All-IP” network Ever-emerging new threats – DDoS, IDS, IPS
Challenges…and Opportunities Voice  revenues saturating Broadband  driving growth Doubling every 9 months! Only 20% capacity gain / yr Video =  network killer Brings   network to its knees! Source: IDC Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index, 2009 The “ Exa-Flood ” is coming…
What Is Driving this Growth? Mobile Internet Devices Demographics Devices Demand Internet Generation Internet Apps & Content
All Roads Lead to LTE LTE 1X 1xEV-DO Rev. A Rev. B Rev. C (UMB) CDMA2000 (1.25MHz channels)  2001  2002  2003  2004  2005  2006  2007  2008  2009  2010  2011 802.16a 802.16 - 2004 802.16e 802.16m WiMAX (1.25 to 20MHz channels)  DL: 153Kbps UL: 153Kbps DL: 2.4Mbps UL: 153Kbps DL: 3.1Mbps UL: 1.8Mbps DL: 3.1 – 73Mbps UL: 1.8 – 27Mbps 1.25 – 20MHz 802.20 / MBWA (20MHz channels) Standards under development DL: 260Mbps UL: 130Mbps Rel-5 HSDPA Rel-6 HSUPA Rel-7  HSPA+ WCDMA / UMTS (5MHz channels) Rel-99 UMTS Rel-4 UMTS DL: 40Mbps UL: 10Mbps DL: 7.2Mbps UL: 5.8Mbps DL: 1.8 – 7.2Mbps UL: 384Kbps DL: 384Kbps UL: 384Kbps DL: 100Mbps UL: 50Mbps DL: 1 Gbps UL: ??? DL: 72Mbps; 10MHz / 2x2 MIMO UL: 15Mbps; 5MHz; w/MIMO DL: 70 – 200Mbps UL: 30 – 45Mbps 1.25 – 20MHz 4X increased spectral efficiency  100Mbps DL, 50Mbps UL data rates 10X users per cell QCOM pulls plug on UMB Nov 08
LTE Market Requirements Substantially higher data rates 200Mbps downlink 50Mbps uplink Low latency Real-time applications (e.g., online gaming, enterprise applications) Compatibility with earlier systems 3G UMTS & CDMA2000 LTE Performance Goals Metric Requirement Peak data rates DL: 100+Mbps UL:  50Mbps (for 20MHz spectrum) Mobility support Up to 500kmph but optimized for low speeds: 0 to 15kmph Control plane latency  (Transition time to active state) < 100ms (for idle to active) User plane latency < 5ms Control plane capacity > 200 users per cell  (for 5MHz spectrum) Coverage (cell sizes) 5 – 100km with slight degradation after 30km Spectrum flexibility 1.25, 2.5, 5, 10, 15 & 20MHz
LTE Network Architecture (Non-Roaming)  Serving Gateway and Mobility Management Entity (MME) logically separated Deployment options can combine elements to support capacity requirements Packet Data Network (PDN) can be included in consolidated device Rel 8+SGSN MME HSS Serving Gateway PDN Gateway PCRF E-UTRAN UE Operator’s IP Services (e.g., IMS, PSS, etc.) S3  S1-MME LTE-Uu S1 – U  S12 S6a S11 S5 SGi S7 Rx+ S10 Pre Rel-8 SGSN Gn MSC CBC SBs EIR S13 (SGs,Sv) 1xCS IWS S102 E-SMLC GMLC SLg SLs SLg CALEA Network H12 HI3 X1
3G & LTE Network Evolution IuCS IuPS MSC-Server SGSN Tunneled Iub RNC NodeB GGSN Internet MGW GMSC PSTN eNodeB MME Serving Gateway PDN Gateway Non-3GPP Gateway S1-AP eGTP-u ePDG WLAN PDSN CDMA2000 X2 eGTP-c 3G LTE
LTE Is Deploying Now! Technology Trials 3GPP R8 Standards NEP Product Development Commercial Rollouts 2008 2009 2010 2011 LTE Field Trials Rollouts led by CDMA2000 operators 3G operators will continue HSPA deployments
3G Roll-Out Lessons Learned “ Build it and they will come” But how fast? Nationwide network build out = cash burn Indoor coverage Higher spectrum = poor indoor signal penetration ~60% mobile traffic originates indoors Deliver where it’s needed 100Mbps data rates in home, office, café, airport… Leverage existing 3G HSPA for nationwide coverage
LTE Deployment Challenges Service delivery over “All-IP” networks Securing “All-IP” networks Spectrum availability Aligning investment with demand DPI Femtocells
DPI’s Role in Mobile Broadband Look inside packets and quickly decide… Drop?  Modify?  Prioritize?   Security, Traffic Management IDS / IPS / firewall Security gateway Subscriber traffic shaping P2P blocking Content caching Lawful intercept Revenue Growth, Differentiation Tiered subscriber bandwidth Voice quality Application-based QoS Market intelligence gathering Mobile targeted advertising Caching – mobile video DPI = Deep Packet Inspection
DPI Delivers “Smart Pipes” Enables new revenue streams Tiered SLA / bandwidth allocation Real time service-tier upgrade Enables higher network efficiency Traffic offloading / throttling (P2P) Security: IPS/IDS, DDoS, firewall Consumer / Subscriber Network Operator App & Content Provider $ $$ Bit Pipe $ ? DPI = Deep Packet Inspection, P2P = Peer-to-Peer  12 DPI customer wins
DPI Applications for Mobile Broadband Traffic Management Netbooks will drive P2P traffic Internet video = network killer Network congestion = poor QoE Adaptive Traffic Shaping Dynamic bandwidth allocation Not all cell sites loaded equally Internet Offload (DPI) Offload traffic to the internet Offloading at network’s edge Need to rate-limit / throttle traffic 3G / LTE are spectrum limited Application-aware, user-aware RAN-aware traffic shaping Loading changes with time of day Lower CapEx in wireless core 12 DPI design wins!
DPI Driver: Wireless Service Differentiation Key concern is that ISPs have already “oversold” network performance Most ISPs quote maximum theoretical performance Difficult to now go back and charge to “guarantee” that performance Fixed line domain is setting the standards for mobile broadband to follow; LTE users will expect premium service levels Examples of application-tailored service packages Source: Light Reading Service Provider Package Name Details StarHub (Singapore) MaxOnline Different services packages offering different speeds; but  speed boost of up to 100Mbps  at partner sites PlusNet (U.K.) Broadband Your Way Pro All  gaming & VoIP traffic prioritized , up to 10GB usage allowance but free usage from midnight to 8 am to encourage off-peak gaming usage
DPI Driver: Traffic Management Ensure QoS and QoE without expensive raw capacity increases… unlike wireline, wireless networks are limited by access capacity P2P Traffic = Wireline ISPs’ Nemesis
Fixed & Mobile DPI Market Growth in mobile DPI market outstrips fixed DPI…  driven by demand placed on All-IP core by LTE access
Surging Demand for Mobile Broadband Source: Pyramid Research Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index, 2009 Mobile IP data growing at 131% annually – doubling every 9 months!
Will Wireline DPI Solutions Fit Wireless Networks? DSLAM CMTS DPI Box  DPI Box “ Bump in the Wire” Access Networks DPI Enabled Serving Gateways  Today’s Wireline DPI function MUST be embedded into Serving Gateways Tomorrow’s LTE “ Bump in the Wire” is NOT right for LTE Another box: additional CapEx, increased OpEx Increases round-trip latency: another network hop Same problem, but need a  different  solution
Strongest Roadmap Available – Clean Evolution FM80 ATCA 40G Fabric Switch 40G/slot switching 10G, 40G and 100G uplinks 64K TCAM-based rules for pattern matching & ingress processing XE80 Dual x86 Processor Blade Dual Westmere 6-core Up to 64GB DDR3 memory Dual 10GbE fabric high performance accelerated NIC (TOE, RDMA, iSCSI) 4 x 10G external connectivity PP80 Dual 40G Packet Processor Flexible Ethernet-based architecture  Onboard TCAM and FPGA site  FM40 10G Switch XE50 Dual Quad-Core PP50 10G Packet Processing 4X Switching Rate 3X Compute Power 3X DPI Performance
Evolving Telecom Development Strategies Vertically Integrated Approach Proprietary platforms In-house R&D + Integration Application Horizontally-integrated “ Plug-n-Play” fallacy MW HW Application Standards-based system Enables focus on value-add APIs System SW HA Platform 3 Years 2 Years 1 Year High Cost, Slow TTM Better TTM, but Costly & Difficult Best TTM, Best ROI Integrated Solutions = Best ROI Protocol OS HW HW ES Mgmt 1876 – 1990s 1990s – 2006 2007 & beyond  TTM = Time-to-Market, ROI = Return on Investment
Mobile Broadband Solutions & Services Custom-crafted, fully-integrated solutions  Tight integration between system software, management, and platform hardware Advantages Single point of contact & accountability Reduced development time & costs Reduced project risk & complexity Allows NEPs to focus on differentiation and value-add Bottom line Deliver products faster to market & achieve higher ROI NEP = Network Equipment Provider  Your Logo Here
Benefits of Sourcing Platforms from Continuous Lower Cost & Risk Field-proven, industry-standard products Faster Development Pre-integrated and pre-tested platforms Flexible Solutions  Configured to customer-specific needs Faster Network Rollout EMC, Immunity, Safety testing; designed for NEBS Level 3 Fully Supported with Trillium Professional Services Custom BIOS, etc.; additional regulatory testing if desired
Mobility Management Entity MME Overview Control Plane Bearer setup and release Initial UE context setup NAS Node selection Intra-LTE handover Mobility Anchoring SAE Bearer Control Idle State Mobility Handling NAS Security  IP SCTP S1-AP  eGTP-c (v2) MME Application Diameter Aggregation QoS Mgmt Policy Enforcement GTP-c (v1/v0) MME pool And load balancing Overload Control NAS (eMM  and eSM) UDP SBc-AP SGs-AP S102 S13, S6a S1-MME SBs SGs S3,S10 S11, Sv Gn S102 LCs-AP ELP SLs SLg IPsec Our Products Trillium Protocol Stacks and Reference Applications Trillium Professional Services ATCA Platforms FlexTCA / DPI Systems
Serving Gateway Serving GW Bearer plane Mobility Anchoring Policy Enforcement Aggregation & QoS Management Our Products Trillium Protocol Stacks and Reference Applications Trillium Professional Services ATCA Platforms FlexTCA / DPI Systems IP SCTP eGTP-u SGW Application Diameter Aggregation QoS Mgmt Policy Enforcement GTP-u Overload Control UDP IPsec PMIP
MME / SGW Payload Blades Industry-leading products across three required areas for MME / SGW: PP50 Dual NetLogic XLR732 10G Packet Blade Routing and fast path functions Supported with TCAM accelerator Load balancing & DPI options FM40 10G Switch Fabric Blade 8 x 10G external links (SFP/SFP+) Low latency switching (200ns) Advanced load balancing XE60 Dual Intel Quad-Core x86 CPU Blade Control plane application (Gi, Ga, Gc) Charging function
MME Expertise System Manager: x86 MME application & signaling Hub Switch & Line Card System Manager: x86 Hub Switch & Line Card Network Uplinks 8 x SFP/SFP+ Per switch  MME application & signaling Shelf Manager Shelf Manager DSAP Alarm Panel System Management  Base: 1GbE Dual Star Network Traffic  Fabric: 10GbE Dual Star N:1 / 1:1 12U / 14-Slot Chassis Data Plane Processes Control Plane Processes S3/S4 S1-MME S10 S11
SGW Expertise System Manager: x86 SGW Control Hub Switch & Line Card System Manager: x86 GTP-U Fast Path Hub Switch & Line Card Network Uplinks 8 x SFP/SFP+ Per switch  SGW Control GTP-U Fast Path Shelf Manager Shelf Manager DSAP Alarm Panel System Management  Base: 1GbE Dual Star Network Traffic  Fabric: 10GbE Dual Star N:1 / 1:1 N:1 / 1:1 12U / 14-Slot Chassis Data Plane Processes Control Plane Processes Load Balanced  Bearer Flows
Combined MME & SGW System Manager: x86 SGW Control Hub Switch & Line Card System Manager: x86 GTP-U Fast Path Hub Switch & Line Card Network Uplinks 8 x SFP/SFP+ Per switch  SGW Control GTP-U Fast Path Shelf Manager Shelf Manager DSAP Alarm Panel System Management  Base: 1GbE Dual Star Network Traffic  Fabric: 10GbE Dual Star N:1 / 1:1 N:1 / 1:1 12U / 14-Slot Chassis Data Plane Processes Control Plane Processes Load Balanced  Bearer Flows MME application & signaling MME application & signaling Option to include PDN functionality
40G ATCA Platform Launch Key industry drivers for 40G Massive growth of wireless traffic : smart phone (30X), laptop (450X) Platforms require much higher-performance & scalability NEPs seek standards-based ATCA rather than proprietary gear FlexTCA 40G benefits Drives down networking cost per bit Offers performance, scalability & investment protection  (Still) targeting wireless & packet processing applications Wireless : 3G, HSPA+, WiMAX, LTE…xGSN, MME, SGW, PDN GW DPI : security, lawful intercept, video content delivery, traffic shaping
Ortiva Wireless: 1 st  FlexTCA 40G Customer! Mobile video is fastest growing traffic on mobile networks  Ortiva’s internet Video Optimization Gateway (iVOG) leverages FlexTCA 40G’s superior performance Better user experience, network efficiency & bandwidth consumption  Dynamically adapts multimedia based upon real-time conditions in the mobile network Heavily-loaded FlexTCA 40G 14-slot FlexChassis 10 x FlexCompute ATCA-XE80 compute blades 2 x FlexCore ATCA-FM40 switches
We  Are the Experts
Private Founded 1998  ~300 employees HQ in San Diego R&D in China & India Acquired  in 2003 100% focus on telecom market Quick Facts 95,000 ft 2  facilities ISO 9001 certified RoHS compliant CMMI Level 3
Our Customers = Our Success North America APAC EMEA
What We Do: Mobile Broadband Professional Services ATCA Platforms LTE Femtocell DPI Protocol Software LTE = Long Term Evolution, DPI = Deep Packet Inspection
“Smarter, Faster, Cheaper” Mobile Broadband DPI = Smartest Bit Pipe LTE = Fastest Bit Pipe Femtocells = Cheapest  Bit Pipe LTE = Long Term Evolution,  DPI = Deep Packet Inspection
Corporate Summary Seasoned leadership Systems-level solutions Best-in-class customers Large, fast-growing markets International Sales and R&D Smarter, Faster, Cheaper Mobile Broadband

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CTIA 2010 Corporate Overview

  • 1. LTE & DPI Solutions Why LTE & DPI Are Essential for Mobile Broadband
  • 2. Critical Challenges for Mobile Broadband Tyranny of the Minority Wireless bandwidth is a shared resource P2P applications devour available bandwidth Quality = Prioritization QoS requires managed delivery of voice, video, data Bandwidth demand will continue to out-pace supply IP Security LTE is an “All-IP” network Ever-emerging new threats – DDoS, IDS, IPS
  • 3. Challenges…and Opportunities Voice revenues saturating Broadband driving growth Doubling every 9 months! Only 20% capacity gain / yr Video = network killer Brings network to its knees! Source: IDC Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index, 2009 The “ Exa-Flood ” is coming…
  • 4. What Is Driving this Growth? Mobile Internet Devices Demographics Devices Demand Internet Generation Internet Apps & Content
  • 5. All Roads Lead to LTE LTE 1X 1xEV-DO Rev. A Rev. B Rev. C (UMB) CDMA2000 (1.25MHz channels) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 802.16a 802.16 - 2004 802.16e 802.16m WiMAX (1.25 to 20MHz channels) DL: 153Kbps UL: 153Kbps DL: 2.4Mbps UL: 153Kbps DL: 3.1Mbps UL: 1.8Mbps DL: 3.1 – 73Mbps UL: 1.8 – 27Mbps 1.25 – 20MHz 802.20 / MBWA (20MHz channels) Standards under development DL: 260Mbps UL: 130Mbps Rel-5 HSDPA Rel-6 HSUPA Rel-7 HSPA+ WCDMA / UMTS (5MHz channels) Rel-99 UMTS Rel-4 UMTS DL: 40Mbps UL: 10Mbps DL: 7.2Mbps UL: 5.8Mbps DL: 1.8 – 7.2Mbps UL: 384Kbps DL: 384Kbps UL: 384Kbps DL: 100Mbps UL: 50Mbps DL: 1 Gbps UL: ??? DL: 72Mbps; 10MHz / 2x2 MIMO UL: 15Mbps; 5MHz; w/MIMO DL: 70 – 200Mbps UL: 30 – 45Mbps 1.25 – 20MHz 4X increased spectral efficiency 100Mbps DL, 50Mbps UL data rates 10X users per cell QCOM pulls plug on UMB Nov 08
  • 6. LTE Market Requirements Substantially higher data rates 200Mbps downlink 50Mbps uplink Low latency Real-time applications (e.g., online gaming, enterprise applications) Compatibility with earlier systems 3G UMTS & CDMA2000 LTE Performance Goals Metric Requirement Peak data rates DL: 100+Mbps UL: 50Mbps (for 20MHz spectrum) Mobility support Up to 500kmph but optimized for low speeds: 0 to 15kmph Control plane latency (Transition time to active state) < 100ms (for idle to active) User plane latency < 5ms Control plane capacity > 200 users per cell (for 5MHz spectrum) Coverage (cell sizes) 5 – 100km with slight degradation after 30km Spectrum flexibility 1.25, 2.5, 5, 10, 15 & 20MHz
  • 7. LTE Network Architecture (Non-Roaming) Serving Gateway and Mobility Management Entity (MME) logically separated Deployment options can combine elements to support capacity requirements Packet Data Network (PDN) can be included in consolidated device Rel 8+SGSN MME HSS Serving Gateway PDN Gateway PCRF E-UTRAN UE Operator’s IP Services (e.g., IMS, PSS, etc.) S3 S1-MME LTE-Uu S1 – U S12 S6a S11 S5 SGi S7 Rx+ S10 Pre Rel-8 SGSN Gn MSC CBC SBs EIR S13 (SGs,Sv) 1xCS IWS S102 E-SMLC GMLC SLg SLs SLg CALEA Network H12 HI3 X1
  • 8. 3G & LTE Network Evolution IuCS IuPS MSC-Server SGSN Tunneled Iub RNC NodeB GGSN Internet MGW GMSC PSTN eNodeB MME Serving Gateway PDN Gateway Non-3GPP Gateway S1-AP eGTP-u ePDG WLAN PDSN CDMA2000 X2 eGTP-c 3G LTE
  • 9. LTE Is Deploying Now! Technology Trials 3GPP R8 Standards NEP Product Development Commercial Rollouts 2008 2009 2010 2011 LTE Field Trials Rollouts led by CDMA2000 operators 3G operators will continue HSPA deployments
  • 10. 3G Roll-Out Lessons Learned “ Build it and they will come” But how fast? Nationwide network build out = cash burn Indoor coverage Higher spectrum = poor indoor signal penetration ~60% mobile traffic originates indoors Deliver where it’s needed 100Mbps data rates in home, office, café, airport… Leverage existing 3G HSPA for nationwide coverage
  • 11. LTE Deployment Challenges Service delivery over “All-IP” networks Securing “All-IP” networks Spectrum availability Aligning investment with demand DPI Femtocells
  • 12. DPI’s Role in Mobile Broadband Look inside packets and quickly decide… Drop? Modify? Prioritize? Security, Traffic Management IDS / IPS / firewall Security gateway Subscriber traffic shaping P2P blocking Content caching Lawful intercept Revenue Growth, Differentiation Tiered subscriber bandwidth Voice quality Application-based QoS Market intelligence gathering Mobile targeted advertising Caching – mobile video DPI = Deep Packet Inspection
  • 13. DPI Delivers “Smart Pipes” Enables new revenue streams Tiered SLA / bandwidth allocation Real time service-tier upgrade Enables higher network efficiency Traffic offloading / throttling (P2P) Security: IPS/IDS, DDoS, firewall Consumer / Subscriber Network Operator App & Content Provider $ $$ Bit Pipe $ ? DPI = Deep Packet Inspection, P2P = Peer-to-Peer 12 DPI customer wins
  • 14. DPI Applications for Mobile Broadband Traffic Management Netbooks will drive P2P traffic Internet video = network killer Network congestion = poor QoE Adaptive Traffic Shaping Dynamic bandwidth allocation Not all cell sites loaded equally Internet Offload (DPI) Offload traffic to the internet Offloading at network’s edge Need to rate-limit / throttle traffic 3G / LTE are spectrum limited Application-aware, user-aware RAN-aware traffic shaping Loading changes with time of day Lower CapEx in wireless core 12 DPI design wins!
  • 15. DPI Driver: Wireless Service Differentiation Key concern is that ISPs have already “oversold” network performance Most ISPs quote maximum theoretical performance Difficult to now go back and charge to “guarantee” that performance Fixed line domain is setting the standards for mobile broadband to follow; LTE users will expect premium service levels Examples of application-tailored service packages Source: Light Reading Service Provider Package Name Details StarHub (Singapore) MaxOnline Different services packages offering different speeds; but speed boost of up to 100Mbps at partner sites PlusNet (U.K.) Broadband Your Way Pro All gaming & VoIP traffic prioritized , up to 10GB usage allowance but free usage from midnight to 8 am to encourage off-peak gaming usage
  • 16. DPI Driver: Traffic Management Ensure QoS and QoE without expensive raw capacity increases… unlike wireline, wireless networks are limited by access capacity P2P Traffic = Wireline ISPs’ Nemesis
  • 17. Fixed & Mobile DPI Market Growth in mobile DPI market outstrips fixed DPI… driven by demand placed on All-IP core by LTE access
  • 18. Surging Demand for Mobile Broadband Source: Pyramid Research Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index, 2009 Mobile IP data growing at 131% annually – doubling every 9 months!
  • 19. Will Wireline DPI Solutions Fit Wireless Networks? DSLAM CMTS DPI Box DPI Box “ Bump in the Wire” Access Networks DPI Enabled Serving Gateways Today’s Wireline DPI function MUST be embedded into Serving Gateways Tomorrow’s LTE “ Bump in the Wire” is NOT right for LTE Another box: additional CapEx, increased OpEx Increases round-trip latency: another network hop Same problem, but need a different solution
  • 20. Strongest Roadmap Available – Clean Evolution FM80 ATCA 40G Fabric Switch 40G/slot switching 10G, 40G and 100G uplinks 64K TCAM-based rules for pattern matching & ingress processing XE80 Dual x86 Processor Blade Dual Westmere 6-core Up to 64GB DDR3 memory Dual 10GbE fabric high performance accelerated NIC (TOE, RDMA, iSCSI) 4 x 10G external connectivity PP80 Dual 40G Packet Processor Flexible Ethernet-based architecture Onboard TCAM and FPGA site FM40 10G Switch XE50 Dual Quad-Core PP50 10G Packet Processing 4X Switching Rate 3X Compute Power 3X DPI Performance
  • 21. Evolving Telecom Development Strategies Vertically Integrated Approach Proprietary platforms In-house R&D + Integration Application Horizontally-integrated “ Plug-n-Play” fallacy MW HW Application Standards-based system Enables focus on value-add APIs System SW HA Platform 3 Years 2 Years 1 Year High Cost, Slow TTM Better TTM, but Costly & Difficult Best TTM, Best ROI Integrated Solutions = Best ROI Protocol OS HW HW ES Mgmt 1876 – 1990s 1990s – 2006 2007 & beyond TTM = Time-to-Market, ROI = Return on Investment
  • 22. Mobile Broadband Solutions & Services Custom-crafted, fully-integrated solutions Tight integration between system software, management, and platform hardware Advantages Single point of contact & accountability Reduced development time & costs Reduced project risk & complexity Allows NEPs to focus on differentiation and value-add Bottom line Deliver products faster to market & achieve higher ROI NEP = Network Equipment Provider Your Logo Here
  • 23. Benefits of Sourcing Platforms from Continuous Lower Cost & Risk Field-proven, industry-standard products Faster Development Pre-integrated and pre-tested platforms Flexible Solutions Configured to customer-specific needs Faster Network Rollout EMC, Immunity, Safety testing; designed for NEBS Level 3 Fully Supported with Trillium Professional Services Custom BIOS, etc.; additional regulatory testing if desired
  • 24. Mobility Management Entity MME Overview Control Plane Bearer setup and release Initial UE context setup NAS Node selection Intra-LTE handover Mobility Anchoring SAE Bearer Control Idle State Mobility Handling NAS Security IP SCTP S1-AP eGTP-c (v2) MME Application Diameter Aggregation QoS Mgmt Policy Enforcement GTP-c (v1/v0) MME pool And load balancing Overload Control NAS (eMM and eSM) UDP SBc-AP SGs-AP S102 S13, S6a S1-MME SBs SGs S3,S10 S11, Sv Gn S102 LCs-AP ELP SLs SLg IPsec Our Products Trillium Protocol Stacks and Reference Applications Trillium Professional Services ATCA Platforms FlexTCA / DPI Systems
  • 25. Serving Gateway Serving GW Bearer plane Mobility Anchoring Policy Enforcement Aggregation & QoS Management Our Products Trillium Protocol Stacks and Reference Applications Trillium Professional Services ATCA Platforms FlexTCA / DPI Systems IP SCTP eGTP-u SGW Application Diameter Aggregation QoS Mgmt Policy Enforcement GTP-u Overload Control UDP IPsec PMIP
  • 26. MME / SGW Payload Blades Industry-leading products across three required areas for MME / SGW: PP50 Dual NetLogic XLR732 10G Packet Blade Routing and fast path functions Supported with TCAM accelerator Load balancing & DPI options FM40 10G Switch Fabric Blade 8 x 10G external links (SFP/SFP+) Low latency switching (200ns) Advanced load balancing XE60 Dual Intel Quad-Core x86 CPU Blade Control plane application (Gi, Ga, Gc) Charging function
  • 27. MME Expertise System Manager: x86 MME application & signaling Hub Switch & Line Card System Manager: x86 Hub Switch & Line Card Network Uplinks 8 x SFP/SFP+ Per switch MME application & signaling Shelf Manager Shelf Manager DSAP Alarm Panel System Management Base: 1GbE Dual Star Network Traffic Fabric: 10GbE Dual Star N:1 / 1:1 12U / 14-Slot Chassis Data Plane Processes Control Plane Processes S3/S4 S1-MME S10 S11
  • 28. SGW Expertise System Manager: x86 SGW Control Hub Switch & Line Card System Manager: x86 GTP-U Fast Path Hub Switch & Line Card Network Uplinks 8 x SFP/SFP+ Per switch SGW Control GTP-U Fast Path Shelf Manager Shelf Manager DSAP Alarm Panel System Management Base: 1GbE Dual Star Network Traffic Fabric: 10GbE Dual Star N:1 / 1:1 N:1 / 1:1 12U / 14-Slot Chassis Data Plane Processes Control Plane Processes Load Balanced Bearer Flows
  • 29. Combined MME & SGW System Manager: x86 SGW Control Hub Switch & Line Card System Manager: x86 GTP-U Fast Path Hub Switch & Line Card Network Uplinks 8 x SFP/SFP+ Per switch SGW Control GTP-U Fast Path Shelf Manager Shelf Manager DSAP Alarm Panel System Management Base: 1GbE Dual Star Network Traffic Fabric: 10GbE Dual Star N:1 / 1:1 N:1 / 1:1 12U / 14-Slot Chassis Data Plane Processes Control Plane Processes Load Balanced Bearer Flows MME application & signaling MME application & signaling Option to include PDN functionality
  • 30. 40G ATCA Platform Launch Key industry drivers for 40G Massive growth of wireless traffic : smart phone (30X), laptop (450X) Platforms require much higher-performance & scalability NEPs seek standards-based ATCA rather than proprietary gear FlexTCA 40G benefits Drives down networking cost per bit Offers performance, scalability & investment protection (Still) targeting wireless & packet processing applications Wireless : 3G, HSPA+, WiMAX, LTE…xGSN, MME, SGW, PDN GW DPI : security, lawful intercept, video content delivery, traffic shaping
  • 31. Ortiva Wireless: 1 st FlexTCA 40G Customer! Mobile video is fastest growing traffic on mobile networks Ortiva’s internet Video Optimization Gateway (iVOG) leverages FlexTCA 40G’s superior performance Better user experience, network efficiency & bandwidth consumption Dynamically adapts multimedia based upon real-time conditions in the mobile network Heavily-loaded FlexTCA 40G 14-slot FlexChassis 10 x FlexCompute ATCA-XE80 compute blades 2 x FlexCore ATCA-FM40 switches
  • 32. We Are the Experts
  • 33. Private Founded 1998 ~300 employees HQ in San Diego R&D in China & India Acquired in 2003 100% focus on telecom market Quick Facts 95,000 ft 2 facilities ISO 9001 certified RoHS compliant CMMI Level 3
  • 34. Our Customers = Our Success North America APAC EMEA
  • 35. What We Do: Mobile Broadband Professional Services ATCA Platforms LTE Femtocell DPI Protocol Software LTE = Long Term Evolution, DPI = Deep Packet Inspection
  • 36. “Smarter, Faster, Cheaper” Mobile Broadband DPI = Smartest Bit Pipe LTE = Fastest Bit Pipe Femtocells = Cheapest Bit Pipe LTE = Long Term Evolution, DPI = Deep Packet Inspection
  • 37. Corporate Summary Seasoned leadership Systems-level solutions Best-in-class customers Large, fast-growing markets International Sales and R&D Smarter, Faster, Cheaper Mobile Broadband

Editor's Notes

  1. Systems are fully integrated in low-cost China facility with experienced engineering/test technicians Compatibility, stability, thermal performance Supported with Trillium protocols (SIP, Diameter, SS7, SIGTRAN…) Pre-installed payloads and configured with software Overlays for customer-specific panel design and labeling