1. IP AT ALL STAGES André MECHALY – VP Marketing & Strategy France NOVEMBER 16 th , 2011
3. THIS LEADS TO 3 IMPERATIVES FOR THE NETWORK SCALABLE BANDWIDTH … at the lowest cost per bit EMBEDDED INTELLIGENCE … to enable differentiated services and open the door to new business models EFFICIENCY … for sustainability and cost effectiveness ONE ALL-IP CONVERGED NETWORK OPTIMIZED FOR MASSIVE VIDEO DELIVERY
4. THE WIRELESS TRANSFORMATION JOURNEY: IP AT ALL STAGES FROM LEGACY 2G/3G TOWARDS A REAL HIGH LEVERAGED NETWORK SERVICES move to IP with finer LTE QoS Converged Backbone Aggregation and Backhaul Wireline Access Wireless Access Converged Edge Network Management Devices and users Converged Services control BACKHAUL Evolution to IP/Ethernet Evolution to IP/MPLS Packet Core (EPC) Service Control move to IMS
5. WHAT ABOUT VOICE? VoLTE/IMS IS ESSENTIAL FOR LTE VoLTE/IMS ENABLES COMPETITIVE VOICE AND SETS THE FOUNDATION FOR FURTHER SERVICES, CLOUD COMPUTING AND NEW BUSINESS MODELS
6. WHAT ABOUT CAPACITY & EFFICIENCY? LEVERAGE All-IP, FIBER & CLOUD FOR NEXT GENERATION NETWORKS Wireless Broadband Access Points EVOLUTION TO SIMPLE, FLEXIBLE, CLOUD ARCHITECTURES Small Cells CPRI over fiber Macro Sites CLOUD BaseBand Processing
8. ALCATEL-LUCENT MARKET MOMENTUM IP 400 + customers worldwide 27 of worlds top 30 Providers *according to Dell’Oro **according to Infonetics A LEADER IN LTE, IP, SMALL CELLS AND MOBILE BACKHAUL Packet Backhaul Over 75 Packet Backhaul Customers > 100,000 Cell Site routers shipped #1 #2 #1 in Femtocells** LTE 18 contracts and 70+ trials to date LIGHTRADIO TM 5 Trials 100+ engagements in various stages SMALL CELLS 28 contracts and 20+ trials to date Cooperation with China Mobile, Telefonica, and Verizon Wireless on next generation mobile communications #1 in CDMA* #2 in LTE ** 2G/3G 314 contracts Worldwide
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Rapport McKinsey «Impact d’Internet sur l’économie française » Mars 2011: http://www.economie.gouv.fr/files/rapport-mckinsey-company.pdf Plus de 3% du PIB et 1,15M d’emplois en 2010 en France « Nous évaluons à 60 milliards d’euros en 2009 la contribution directe au PIB français de la filière internet, qui regroupe les activités informatiques (matériel et logiciel) liées à Internet, et les activités économiques ayant le Web pour support, telles que le e-commerce ou la publicité en ligne par exemple. Cette contribution devrait s’élever à 72 milliards d’euros en 2010. Avec une part du PIB national de 3,2% en 2009 (3,7% estimés en 2010); la filière Internet pèse d’ores et déjà davantage que des secteurs clés de l’économie française comme l’énergie, les transports ou encore l’agriculture, en valeur ajoutée. » Perspectives de croissance: « .. les technologies du Web sont rentables pour les entreprises. De plus, elles continuent d’évoluer rapidement, notamment avec l’internet mobile ou l’apparition de nouveaux modèles tels le cloud computing. L’adoption et la diffusion de ces technologies devraient donc se poursuivre à un rythme soutenu, laissant présager un doublement de la contribution d’Internet au PIB français d’ici 2015. » +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Hans Vestberg Ericsson CEO lors des séminaires « Nouveau monde 2.0 : concrétisons l’internet du futur » Oct 2011: Le développement du haut débit a un impact positif sur le plan économique : 10% de pénétration haut débit donne 1% de PIB supplémentaire ; 1 000 nouvelles connexions haut débit créent 80 nouveaux emplois http://www.economie.gouv.fr/nouveau-monde-2-0/nouveau-monde-2-0-concretisons-l-internet-du-futur http://www.blog-ericssonfrance.com/tag/eric-besson/
Radio Access Network: Better spectral efficiency => higher data rates Backhaul: transition to IP/Ethernet backhaul with bounded SLAs and OAM Move to packet based synchronisation alternatives Packet Core and Backhaul IP and MPLS convergence (X2, S1 flex) SERVICES: Move to IP with finer LTE QCI levels (session, policy management possible) E2E IP Services and Network Management Convergence to an ALL-IP network Converged RAN for 2G/3G/4G-LTE with small cells/HetNet IP/MPLS and Packet optical transport, converged platform for DSL/GPON/Ethernet, residenctial and business service aggregation and any-G mobile backhaul Converged network management with fewer platforms required, and possible with all-IP architectures Integrated optical and IP backbones… Attributes of a wireless multi-service, multimedia network include: E2E IP Subscriber Policy Ability to dynamically interact with subscriber, network and apps Ability to dynamically synthesize & apply QoS policy decisions to specific flows Ability to identify, classify and monetized traffic flows Ability to rate Limit peer-to-peer and other non-conforming flows In addition, Pro-active Intelligent Congestion Controls include the ability to become: Location Congestion Aware – cell site specific Subscriber / Application Aware Entitlement / Tier sensitive Proactively Manage Congestion Secure and protect against malicious flows These are necessary attributes of a Wireless IP network As wireline and wireless networks transform to IP and packet-based architectures, increasingly these networks start to look similar. From a network architecture perspective, these networks have a converged IP/MPLS-based core, complemented by converged IP/MPLS-based aggregation and access. The move to all-IP also improves scalability, reliability and QoS, while dramatically simplifying the network and lowering operating costs. From a transport perspective, the use of more efficient packet based transport instead of circuit-based transport helps improve efficiency and reduces costs further. Finally, providing end-to-end policy and service aware management allows more personalized services and improved service level agreements (SLAs) as well as enhanced operation, administration and maintenance (OAM). Similar to the situation that wireline service providers faced over the past few years, mobile service providers now find themselves under pressure to invest in additional network capacity knowing they must also dramatically cut their costs-per-bit-served and generate new revenue by improving their role in the wireless value chain. Doing this will require much improved IP networks that mimic those of their wireline access counterparts that support voice, data and multimedia. In these, point-to-multipoint IP, virtual networking/connectivity, local caching, and end-to-end IP configuration and management have become routine. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- With mobile broadband services and multimedia growing rapidly, wireless network providers will start a similar transformation to all-IP, with the industry deciding that Long Term Evolution (LTE) and the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) is the evolution plan for both 3GPP and 3GPP2 based technologies. As a result, in the transformation to all-IP, wireless network providers will go through a process similar to what wireline network providers previously experienced. For wireless network providers, the focus is on the evolution to LTE, migration of the backhaul network from TDM and ATM to all IP, and implementation of an evolved packet core.
MNO should further exploit IP & cloud Benefits: Capacity pooling according to busy & quiet periods Load Balancing of traffic across baseband pool Capacity gains with CoMP (Cooperative multi-site processing – LTE-A) Failover to back-up baseband module Site configuration independent from HW Dynamic placement of cells on HW Dynamic cell re-configuration wo interruption of service Fewer sites to visit Faster network upgrades
Key ALU technical innovations are at the heart of our solution, these innovations run across wireless, wireline, and also optics, switching and IP, from access to core. lightRadio™ is a breakthrough that streamlines and radically simplifies mobile networks. It will dramatically reduce technical complexity and operating costs in the face of sharp traffic growth. It takes today’s base stations and massive cell site towers, typically the most expensive, power hungry, and difficult to maintain elements in the network, and radically shrinks and simplifies them. lightRadio represents a new architecture which separates the base station into its components parts and distributes them into the antenna and throughout a cloud-like network. Today’s clutter of antennas serving 2G, 3G, and LTE systems are combined and shrunk into a single powerful, Bell Labs-pioneered multi frequency, multi standard Wideband Active Array Antenna that can be mounted anywhere there is power and a broadband connection. lightRadio reduces energy consumption of mobile networks by up to 50%. When combined with small cells and LTE, it can lead to a total cost of ownership (TCO) reduction of up to 50%. And our alternative energy solutions for wireless enable you to bring green mobile services to potential new customers in remote and sparsely populated regions. Introducing the Alcatel-Lucent FP3 network processor - the world’s fastest chipset which quadruples the speed of the most advanced network processors available today, while cutting power consumption by 50%. Alcatel-Lucent’s FP3 chipset represents a generational shift in routing technology, and is the first in the industry to support 400 Gibabits per second (Gbps) data speeds. With support for significantly increased performance and services scale, service providers can deliver more sophisticated residential and business services at even higher speeds (e.g. high-speed Internet service, L2 and L3 Application Assured Business VPN services, security services, etc.) – resulting in increased service revenues. Even vendors offering 100G today cannot do it with services. Alcatel-Lucent is the only one offering 100G, and soon 400G, performance WITH services. Not to be diminished is the fact that the FP3 reduces power consumption per GB of traffic by over 50%. More powerful routing silicon enables more routing services to be converged on common service routing platforms – resulting in fewer overlay networks and significantly reduced operational costs. Significantly reduced power per bit translates into lower operating costs, and a reduced environmental footprint.
330 Total 2G/3G (includes W-CDMA/CDMA)/LTE/small cells wireless contracts, including contract extensions since record keeping began (include small cells); 314 are attributed to GSM/WCDMA/CDMA/Small cells GSM : We serve 5 of the top 10 operators We serve 27 operators totalizing 36% of GSM subs W-CDMA: We serve 5 of the top 10 operators We serve 18 operators totalizing 27% of W-CDMA subs LTE: we serve Verizon who has 90% of the LTE market by subs