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BACKHAUL ELASTICITY
FOR UNLIMITED DEMAND
IN A HETNET WORLD
Globecomm Tech Forum 2012
Mobile Track
Shayan SANYAL
Chief Commercial Officer – [email protected]
ABOUT BLUWAN
We are a network equipment provider that is
revolutionising the way convergent operators
delight their customers through the delivery of
future proof mobile backhaul capacity
• Offices in Paris &
London
• € 30 million 2nd round
in 2011
• Backhaul product
released 2012
• 8 2012 trials &
deployments in EMEA
2
NETWORKS ARE CONVERGING
Security
Datacentre
Connected Vehicle
Smart Devices
SmartGrid Appliances
Mobile Wallets
Digital Signage
Tele-Medicine
Self- Health
3
CHALLENGE EVERYTHING
• 2G to 3G was fairly
painless
• HSPA pushes limits
• Customer
experience
becomes an issue
Small cell per macro forecast, 2013-15
So…
• Rollout 4G LTE
• In-fill with Wifi
offload+Small Cells
DensificationAnd
is a the
table-stake
industry is prepared
Or is it ?
Source: Heavy Reading 2012 small cell survey
HOW FAR CAN WE STRETCH ?
40%
of advance mobile broadband
users will churn in the next 12
months
• How does VoLTE
change the game?
• How will on demand
video affect customer
experience?
• How does mobile
cloud computing
affect device +
network dependency?
The Quality of Experience will be the key
differentiator for converged operators
COVERAGE, CAPACITY, COST: “THE 3Cs”
• Elastic Backhaul Coverage:
– Be able to cover a wide area with a
single radio unit to prevent
overcrowding
– Be able to extend the range of your
backhaul coverage easily through
relay nodes
COVERAGE, CAPACITY, COST: “THE 3Cs”
• Elastic Capacity:
– Supply more capacity than demand
– Be able to scale capacity as demand
grows
– Look at providing at least 10x more
capacity than existing wireless
backhaul solutions
COVERAGE, CAPACITY, COST: “THE 3Cs”
• Elastic Cost:
– Pay as you grow business models
will be required
– Be not only capex but opex efficient
– Minimise installation, site rental
and operational costs with compact
units that can generate area
coverage
EXISTING BACKHAUL OPTIONS
st Generation
nd
•• 1
2Ideally
PtP
Generation
Evolved
e-Band
PMP,
PMP
The
ideal
suited
backhaul
for
low60-90
fast
technology
time
GHz
to bands
42GHz
market in
solution
medium
capacity
10.50/26/28GHz
offers
1GHz radio
• Penetration limited to
•• Scalable
Block
Filled
the
spectrum
2Gbit
short sector
term
20-50%,
Delivers
required
typically
allocations
gap
capacity
in coverage
2G/3G
with
to 100deliver
urban
capacity
(>100Mbits
with
increased
deployments
400Mbit
Terminal
link
to sites
max
issues over
guaranteed)
trenching
to
revenues
capacity
and
at
a good
slow deployment
Capex
•• Delivering
Still
Now
not network
enough
the
PtP
same
Thishave
70-80%
directly
impacts
PtP
capacity
Opexwithin
for
concerns
4G
PMP
on operator
coverage
driving
revenues
a
as
architecture
MW
andexisting
large
time
Yearly
toPtP
market
Opex
Fibre
PtP Microwave
PtP mm Wave
PmP Microwave
PmP mm Wave
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1st GENERATION PMP OVERVIEW
•
1 x 28MHz Sector
•
2 x 28MHz Sector
•
•
•
145Mbits at 256QAM (up to 1.2km)
118Mbits at 64QAM (up to 1.4km)
40Mbits at QPSK (up to 2.7km)
•
•
•
290Mbits at 256QAM (up to 1.2km)
236Mbits at 64QAM (up to 1.4km)
80Mbits at QPSK (up to 2.7km)
•
Terminal Limited to 150Mbits Capacity
•
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Terminal Limited to 150Mbits Capacity
2nd GEN mmW PMP OVERVIEW
• 10 x 40MHz Sector
• 20 x 40MHz Sector
• 1,150Mbit at 64QAM (up to 900m)
• 750Mbits at 16QAM (up to 1.65km)
• 400Mbits at QPSK (up to 2.8km)
• 2,300Mbit at 64QAM (up to 600m)
• 1,500Mbits at 16QAM (up to 1.35km)
• 800Mbits at QPSK (up to 2.8km)
• Terminal Capacity 100/200/400Mbits
• Terminal Capacity 100/200/400Mbits11
42GHZ mmW (Q BAND) OPPORTUNITIES
• All IP TDD Microwave platform
• 3GHz available 42GHz spectrum
• 1GHz wide band Multipoint Millimetre Wave radio
• 2Gbps Ethernet throughput per 90° sector
• 100/200/400*Mbps terminal equipment
• Light & compact Transmission Hub radio
• Small & light Network Terminating Equipment
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CONNECTIVITY TO REMOTE SITES
4 Independent, PoE powered NTEs
1 Sector Transmission Hub
Equipped with 4 modems
PoE
LAN
NTE
1 TH
Radio
Sector
PoE
LAN
NTE
PoE
LAN
NTE
Multiplexer
Modem Rack
Traffic Mgt Switch
PoE
LAN
NTE
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LIVE HUB IN THE UK FOR TD-LTE TRIAL
•
•
•
•
Compact radio with integrated 90° sector antenna
1.2Gbps sector currently release V1
16 x 100Mbps capable models in each sector
Extremely compact: 24 x 16 x 9cm
15
LIVE NTE CONNECTED TO TD-LTE
•
•
•
•
•
Compact all-outdoor configuration: 24 x 16 x 9cm
3.4 kg installed weight without parabolic antenna
PoC Version 75/100Mbps Network Terminating Equipment
RJ45 + PoE connection
Providing backhaul to UK’s 1st TD LTE Network
16
42GHz mmW CHANNEL AGGREGATION
Mux Front View
Mux Rear View
• Wireless Wave Division Multiplexing (WWDM) aggregates up to 20
channels on to a single air interface
17
DEALING WITH HOT SPOTS AND LOS
•
•
•
•
Matching PtP Peak Capacity
PMP within mmW Architecture
All the benefits of PMP technology
Maximising 3GHz of 42GHz
1-2km 99.99% availability
1-2km 99.99% availability
ELASTIC BACKHAUL IN ACTION
• 2 Gbps, 1.5km
• 10x capacity of current
solutions
• Extends coverage and
capacity as new hot
spots appear
• Relay (Extender)
• Compact, all outdoor,
solution for low opex
LTE-A eNB – 350 Mbps, total 1.4 Gbps
HetNet cell – 50 Mbps, total 500 Mbps
ELASTIC BACKHAUL IN ACTION
Create a right sized area of massive capacity
that can easily be extended to in-fill new,
unplanned hotspots.
No need to compromise on customer
experience at the expense of TCO
OPEX SAVINGS WITH mmWAVE PMP
TCO Overview
FTTA v PtP Total Cost of Ownership
40 x 200Mbit end points
$1,400,000
Tier1 PtP Pricing
$1,200,000
Tier1 PMP Pricing
$1,000,000
UK Spectrum Fees
UK Site Rental/Install rates
$800,000
$600,000
TCO Outputs
$400,000
60% reduced Opex to PtP
$200,000
5 Year Opex saving $600k
Exceptional Cost per Mbit
$Year 1 Capex
Year 1 - Opex
Tier 1 PtP
FTTA TCO
Total Capacity Available
Cost per Mbit - Capex
Cost per Mbit - Opex
Year 2
Tier 1 PMP
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
FTTA
Tier 1 PtP
Tier 1 PMP
8,000
1,200
$
33.48 $
178.67 $
$
32.70 $
116.33 $
Capacity for future network
upgrade/requirements
FTTA
12,000
31.33
8.97
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SUMMARY
• Predicting demand in network planning is increasingly
difficult
• Service providers’ backhaul solutions need to stretch across
all the sites that will need it, with no compromise in
performance, coverage, and total cost of ownership
• HetNets are here, and will continue to evolve
• A solution is required that can:
– easily extend gigabit coverage
– allow providers to plan and delivery for peak cost effectively
– Seamless integrate with small cells, wifi offload strategies
• This will enable converged service providers to cost
effectively deliver massive network capacity with no
compromise on customer experience
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