D Person PPT

Report
Service Provider WiFi
Presented by:
Daniel Person
Coyote Solutions Group
www.coyotesolutions.com
July 24th, 2012
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3 What Questions
1. What is the most cost effective manner to handle this traffic?
2. What are the key requirements to handle this traffic?
3. What do we need to take into account in order to maintain a consistent
Quality of Experience for the subscribers?
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Breakdown in Cost of Production
Single Cell $ per GB
Percentage
Cell Site CapEx (1 Carrier, 3 Sector)
14%
Cell Site OpEx
45%
IP RAN CapEx
18%
IP RAN OpEx
18%
RNC CapEx
1%
MPC Cap Ex
2%
Core OpEx
2%
Total
100%
Source: ABI/Cisco May 2011
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95% of
Cost of
Production
Modeling Economics of Indoor Small Cells
• Macro Networks Mobile Internet Economics –
significant incremental cost of production
> Ranges from ~$2/GB (3 carrier config) to
~$6/GB (1 carrier config)
• Indoor offload solutions deliver very low
incremental cost of production, similar to
fixed Internet economics
• As Consumption rises, becomes more cost
effective to offload traffic:
Busy Hour Mbps
> Compared with a 1-carrrier macro cell,
femto delivers improved economics for
users with >750 MB/mo consumption
> Compared with a 3-carrier macro cell, SP
WiFi delivers improved economics for users
with >500 MB/mo consumption
Busy Hour Mbps
Source: ABI/Cisco Cost of Production Analysis, assuming CPE offered without cost to consumer and depreciated over 3 years.
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Example Model Assumptions:
Large Western Europe Market
Market Data:
Metro Offload Assumptions:
Assumption
Value
Assumption
Value
Population
60M
AP Radius
50M
3/4G covered area
215 km2
One-off Cost / AP
$2950
3G cell sites
15,000
Recurring Cost / AP
$1740
Spectrum
3x5MHz
Capacity / AP
5Mbps
Traffic Distribution:
Metro Usage Distribution:
Source: Cisco, 2012.
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SP WiFi
Key Requirements
Carrier Grade
Manageability, Network Reliability and Availability 100s of
thousands of APs; Millions (residential); Millions of Clients
Radio Performance
Radio differentiation, Link Budgets, Beaforming, MIMO
Interference Management, Radio Resource Management
Mobility
Seamless authentication and Fast Roaming/Handoff WiFi to
WiFi (inter and intra-vendor), 3G/4G to WiFi
Roaming
Seamless roaming (with little or no user intervention) Support
home and “visited” network scenarios
Standards Compliant
Critical to support Multi-vendor solution 3GPP compliance
important to MNOs
Integration
Common Billing, Policy and Subscriber Management Leverage
MPC/EPC for WiFi network Parental Control / Lawful Intercept
/ Local Breakout
Source: Cisco, 2012.
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End-to-End SP WiFi Integration with Roaming
Enhanced WiFi Access Gateway (EWAG)
Key Capabilities:
• MPC Integration
• Inter-access
Mobility
• Roaming
• Wholesale
• Subscriberaware
• Local Breakout
• Flexible Access
Models
• Flexible
Authentication
Source: Cisco, 2012.
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Wireless LAN Controller and the
Enhanced WiFi Access Gateway
Wireless LAN Controller
Enhanced WiFi Access Gateway
2500 Series (SME)
5500 Series (Medium to Large Enterprises)
ASR 5500
ASR 5000
Flex 7500 Series (Large Enterprises)
Source: Cisco.com
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Deployment Options and Considerations
High
Density
Wireless
Hot
Uncontrolled,
Spot
orOwn
Hot
Open
Zone
Access
Metro
Mesh
Deployments
Bring
Your
Device
(BYOD)
Home
// SoHo
Dual
SSID
Uncontrolled, Open
Access
Hot
Spot
or
Hot Zone
Home / SoHo Dual SSID
Open, Unsecured, Unmanaged
Dual Access w/Single Hardware Install
Coffee Shops, Airports, Hotels
Stadiums,
Fairs,
Densely
Packed
Open,
Coffee
Unsecured,
Shops,
Airports,
Unmanaged
Hotels
Cities,
Parks,
Urban
Data
Traffic Users
Enterprise
Guest
Access
Dual Access
w/Single
Hardware
Install
Metro / Mesh Deployments
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
High Density Wireless
Cities, Parks, Urban Data Traffic
Enterprise Guest Access
Stadiums, Fairs, Densely Packed Users
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Controller-based vs Controller-less
Residential
(single AP)
Management
Plane
Control Plane
Hotspot
(single AP)
Non-real Time /
Remote
Management
Centralized
Policy
Enforcement
RF Control
Autonomous RF
Parameter
Setting
Metrozone
(High Density)
Real Time / Proactive Remote Management,
Management GUI
Autonomous Control Plane
User / Data
Plane
Hotzone
(multi AP)
Centralized Policy, Seamless (Fast)
Mobility, Rich User Analytics
Scalable Tunneled Data Plane
Centralized Policy Enforcement
Decoupling of Data and Control Plane
Real Time /
Proactive
RF Management
Co-ordinated RF Optimization,
Coverage Hole Detection /
Mitigation, Real Time Air Quality
Visibility
Controller-less
Source: Cisco, 2012.
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Controller-based
SP WiFi - Addressing the Challenges
Architecture Issue
SP WiFi Functionality
• Unlicensed spectrum and
interference
RF is always a probabilistic environment. Clean
air provides unique insight into RF Domain
• No single entity responsible for
SP WiFi architecture definition
3GPP has defined an architecture for
“trusted non-3GPP” – baseline for target
architecture
• Challenging to deliver seamless
experience
PMIPv6 based architecture for seamless
mobility across WiFi. IP Persistence can be
delivered across inter-technology access
• Current Bring Your Own (BYO)
WiFi approach devalues SP to
bit-pipe provider
Ability to integrate Consumer CPE into
architecture
• Diverse range of client
requirements
Able to leverage client functionality
whenever available
Source: Cisco, 2012.
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Client Functionality
Heterogeneous or Homogeneous?
OS Connection
Manager
Enhanced CM /
WISPr 1.0
EAP / 802.1X
Supplicant
I-WLAN
IPSec/IKEv2
WMM QoS API
HS 2.0
Management
ANDSF
802.11r Fast
Roaming
CMIP/DSMIPv6 /
Virtual Adaptor
IP Flow Mobility
VoIMS
Optimized
Offload / Load
Balancing
Heterogeneous: Supports Various Approaches to Client Evolution
Source: Cisco, 2012.
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Homogeneous:
One Size Fits All
GAN + IPSec
+EAP
Leveraging Client Functionality Whenever
Available
Off-net Access
On-net Access
•
802.11i delivers trusted non-3GPP access
with EAP-based trust indication
•
WISPR 1.0/802.11i/HS2.0 support for AAA
based roaming
•
PMIPv6 delivering IP persistence to
simple IP clients
•
HS2.0 management object for discovery
and selection of access networks
•
HS2.0: auto login, service advertisement
and online sign-up
•
I-WLAN tunnel over 3rd party untrusted
network to access home operator services
Inter Technology Handover
•
Simple virtual adaptor for basic inter-technology offload
•
DSMIPv6 and DSMIPv6/IPSec for handover between trusted/un-trusted networks
•
IP Flow mobility for static policy based offload
•
Enhanced ANDSF for dynamic policy offload
Source: Cisco, 2012.
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WiFi – The Common Access Network
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WiFi
Transcends GSM, CDMA and LTE
Fixed Internet Speeds
Low Costs for Providers
Services All Devices
GSM
LTE
CDMA
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Designing a Better Quality of Experience
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Daniel Person, President
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