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Mobile IP Transformation

Alcatel IP Day
Hanoi, July 18, 2006

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Agenda
Page 2

Mobile Network Evolution


Mobile Core IP Transformation
Mobile RAN IP Transformation

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Mobile Network IP Transformation


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The need of
Convergence

The need of
Smooth transition

IMS

2G

TD
M

2.5G

IP Core

AT
M

3G
WiFi/UMA

Ethernet

3G HSDPA

The need of
packet core
RAN
Transport

3G HSUPA
3G LTE
Ether
net

WiMAX

RAN
Transport

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Agenda
Page 4

Mobile Network Evolution


Mobile Core IP Transformation
Mobile RAN IP Transformation

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Current 2G architecture - common scenarios


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Cell site

BSC

N x T1/E1
Abis

BTS

MSO 2

N x T1/E1
T3/OC3/STM1
Ater

Abis

TDM

MSO 1

SGSN
MSC

N x T1/E1

BTS

TDM

N x T1/E1
T3/OC3/STM1

PDH/SDH/WDM
TDM
(DCS)

BTS N x T1/E1

TDM

MSO 3
TDM

Abis

SGSN
MSC

MSC
N x T1/E1
T3/OC3/STM1

N x T1/E1

BTS

TrAU

Abis

Gb

BSC

SGSN

Gn

Packet
Core

Data Centre
GGSN

MSCs are interconnected via TDM Core


EDGE/GRPS traffic traverses (typically small) IP packet core from SGSN to GGSN

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2G Architecture Evolution With Distributed MGWs


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Cell site

BSC

N x T1/E1
Abis

BTS

MSO 2

N x T1/E1
T3/OC3/STM1
Ater

Abis

TDM

MSO 1

N x T1/E1

BTS

TDM

TDM
Core

N x T1/E1
T3/OC3/STM1
TDM

TrAU

BTS

TDM

MSC/
MGW

Abis
N x T1/E1
T3/OC3/STM1

N x T1/E1
Abis

Gb

BSC

MSC/
MGW

GigE

MSO 3
BTS N x T1/E1

SGSN

SGSN

TDM
GigE

Packet
Core

SGSN
MSC/
MGW

GigE

Data Centre
GGSN

With the introduction of NGN MGW a transition from voice over TDM to VoIP takes place.
Typically EDGE/GPRS service penetration is increasing as well.
Requirements on the IP packet core increase. Best effort IP routing is no longer sufficient.

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3G R4 architecture with IP MGW


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Cell site
N x T1/E1

NB

ATM

I
M
A

ATM

MSO 2
SGSN

T3/OC3/STM1

TDM

N x T1/E1

TDM

T3/OC3/STM1

I
M
A

T3/OC3/STM1

TDM

NB

TDM

MGW

GigE

N x T1/E1

NB

ATM

GigE

MSO 1

Multiservice
I Data
M Platform

MGW

Packet
Core

MSO 3

RNC

SGSN

SGSN

MGW

ATM

A
IMA

GigE
GigE

N x T1/E1

NB

TDM

Data Centre
GGSN

In 3G network a unified packet core fully transports both Voice and Data services.
This Core must have the resiliency and availability of legacy TDM networks

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3G R5 architecture with HSDPA, IMS


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Cell site
N x T1/E1

NB

ATM

I
M
A

ATM

MSO 2
SGSN

T3/OC3/STM1

TDM

N x T1/E1

TDM

T3/OC3/STM1

I
M
A

T3/OC3/STM1

TDM

NB

MGW

GigE

N x T1/E1

NB

ATM

GigE

MSO 1

TDM

MGW
MSDP

ML
PPP

Packet
Core

MSO 3

RNC

SGSN

SGSN

MGW

ATM
GigE
GigE

N x T1/E1

NB

Eth

Metro
Ethernet

Data Centre
GGSN

Introduction on new higher bandwidth data and IP Multimedia Services.


This Core must preserve the resiliency and availability of legacy TDM networks while enhancing
the subscriber experience, stimulating higher ARPU.

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Knowing the Traffic in the Core Network


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The core network carries CS domain and PS domain


traffic
Each domain has traffic of different types
Example in CN (configurable)
Type of data flow

Transport Class

Conversational CS or
PS
Streaming GBR

EF

RRC / NBAP / SIP

AF41

PS interactive /
background
OAM

AF21, AF31,
AF11, BE
AF11 or BE

CS Traffic over IP
CS Voice
CS Signalling

EF
PS traffic over IP
VoIP/IMS realtime traffic
PS Signalling RANAP/RNSAP
Streaming
Interactive
Best Effort

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Core Network Requirements


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Based on IP/MPLS
Virtual Network Partitioning
High Availability
Strong Traffic Management

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Why IP and MPLS?


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All new communication applications are developed based


on IP
IP allows any-point to any-point communication efficiently
IP supports efficient transport of multiple types (voice, data
and video)
IP can ride over many L2 interfaces: Ethernet, DSL, ATM,
SDH, and Microwave.
MPLS enables

Strong QoS
Traffic engineering
Rapid recovery
New enterprise L2 and L3 VPN services
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IP QoS Mobile Network


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DiffServ classification for IP Transport backbone in


UTRAN
Example Configuration
Type of data flow

Transport Class

Conversational CS or PS

EF

Streaming GBR

EF

Control Plane NBAP, RANAP,


RNSAP

AF41

PS interactive / background

AF21, AF31, AF11, BE

OAM

AF11 or BE

Map Diffserv to MPLS EXP for traffic management in the


core network
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Core Network Virtual Partitioning


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Core Network
Transport
CS
Management

PS
MG

Intranet

Many network domains in Core Network


CS, PS, management (OAM), internal (corp IT) and possible subcriber (enterprise VPNs)
Partition CN for reachability, operation and security isolation
For example, communication only among MGs, or only among SGSNs and GGSN
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Core Network Reliability Requirement


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What CN is not:
An enterprise grade network
A best-effort public Internet

CN carries mission critical traffic for 3G


customers for
Basic voice call, video and multi-media call
Entertainment

Reliability expectation is on par with a PSTN


network

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Causes of Network Failures


in Wide Area Data Networks

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Up to 70% of network failures are router-related failures. Whatever


improvement can be achieved on this part of the network will have significant
impact on the overall network reliability.
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How to increase the network availability?


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Link failure
SDH APS (50ms)
MPLS Fast Re-route (SDH-like)
Link Aggregation 802.3ad Ethernet layer (seconds)

Hardware failure
Line card protection (EPS) and Control Card Protection

Hardware upgrade
Dual card (1+1) deployment and Non-stop Networking (for ATM, IP
and MPLS)

Software upgrade
Non-stop Networking for ATM, IP and MPLS

Software failure
Modular and multi-threaded software architecture with code-space
protection for software reliability and robustness
Dynamic software stack monitor/processor memory utilization monitor
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High Availability Leadership: Non-Stop Services


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Milliseconds
00:00:00:0X

5. Non-stop Services (NSS)


Mobile Packet Core

Extends NSR to VPN services.

TO

RE
PA
I

4. Non-stop Routing (NSR)

M
EA
N

TI
M

Internet Access

Beginning

Router self-recovers. Transparent to


neighbors.

3. Graceful Restart (GR)


Uses neighbors to help recovery. Uses NSF during
recovery.

2. Non-stop Forwarding (NSF)

Router continues forwarding traffic during recovery.

1. Protocol Reconvergence
Standard operation of routing networks. Route around
the failed node.

00:0X:XX:XX Minutes

Alcatel IP products are the only ones in the industry to support NSR & NSS
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High Availability a Comparison


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7750 SR

Fast Convergence
1M routes, 100 seconds

Figure 11 BGP Convergence Including Hardware Induced


Switchover, 1 Million Prefixes

T640

2 orders of magnitude
 10 times more routes
 1 tenth the time
No bump in CPU load at
neighbor routers

DIRECT COMPARISON
Slow Convergence
150K routes, 950 seconds

Source: BT Exact EXA05877 Issue 1, April 2005


- Alcatel 7750 SR High Availability

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LSP Fast Re-route


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X (LER)

Z (LER)

Y (LER)
Y
Y

Provision LSP bypass tunnel selectively to protect strategic link


(e.g. long haul links A
B
C)
Providing link and nodal protection
Each LSP can be denoted with or without bypass tunnel protection

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A Traffic Engineered Core Network


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MTSO 2
CS

MTSO 1

MSDP
PS

Realtime LSP carrying


EF CS

Nb I/F

P Router
P Router

CS
PEPS
Gn I/F

MTSO 3

Next
Generation
Core Network
CS

Non-realtime LSP
Carrying PS traffic

MSDP
PS
P Router

P Router

Data Center
PS
PE

IP/MPLS routers role in core network (CN) aggregation


RFC2547bis Provider Edge Router PE with VRF
MPLS Label Edge Router (LER)
MPLS FRR, traffic engineering, QoS
Use LSP segregation to separate PS and CS traffic to optimize delay and performance
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Traffic Management Objectives


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Traffic management is the key enabling


technology to meet committed customer SLA
Traffic Management provides
Isolation between traffic of different customers
Isolation between traffic of different CoS
Preservation of QoS objectives
Guarantee of achieving bandwidth commitments
Fair and equitable distribution of excess bandwidth

Need different TM tools to meet the objectives

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Alcatel offers a Rich set of Traffic Management


Tools

Bw
commitme
nts
Excess bw

Admission
control

QoS

Per-VC/CoS
queuing

Fabric
Backpress
ure
Buffer
manageme
nt
Hierarchica
l
scheduling
Shaping

Policing

Classificati
on

COS

Isolation

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Agenda
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Mobile Network Evolution


Mobile Core IP Transformation
Mobile RAN IP Transformation

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BroadBand Mobile access technology is now available


and creates capacity disruption in the Access backhauling
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Mbps

200
.
.
.
.
.

DL Capacity
BTS Peak rate
Max Per user

3G LTE

73,5 Mbps
CDMA2000 1x
EV-DO Rev.B

Access Backhauling needs:


2G = less than 1 E1
3G with BB = more than 5 E1

2008

WiMAX

3,07 Mbps
CDMA2000 1x
EV-DO Rev.A

22

2007

HSDPA

14

20

2006

UMTS

6
EDGE
0,5
0,4
0,2
2004

2,4 Mbps
CDMA2000 1x
EV-DO

2005 2006

0,3 Mbps
CDMA2000 1x
2005

2007 2010
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Packet Traffic type is becoming predominant with the


Deployment of BroadBand Services

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1992

1998

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

100%
90%

Packet
Radio

80%
70%

Packet

60%
50%

Circuit

40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
voice

Circuit
predominant

sms

mms

data

New
services

Increase service Penetration

TDM
Radio

Packet
predominant

WTD is renewing the Microwave portfolio


with a new Packet radio solution

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TDM legacy solution creates a Direct correlation


between OPEX and BroadBand penetration

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Total Cost of Ownership TDM transport figure


Capacity Cost

OPEX
Number of E1s

x3
x4

CAPEX

x2

50%

BroadBand
Traffic
Penetration

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A Layered View of RAN Network


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WAC

Mobile Layer

WiMax
BS

WAC

AreaRNCof focus
WAC

Iub
RNC
Node-B
Abis

RNC

A
BSC

BTS

MSC/MGW

BSC

MSC/MGW

A
BSC

SGSN

Transport Layer

Aggregation
Layer

RAN Core
Mobile RAN

LL

Transmission
Layer

SDH/Metro WDM
Metro LL
MSTO

Hub

Facility Layer

cell
cell

Hub

MSTO
Hub

Mobile Core

MSTO

UTRAN
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Aggregation Layer
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Simply network port requirement on RNC

Reduced interface rate bandwidth on RNC


With aggregation

Assume
overbooking

Requires only a
simple big pipe
6M

L2/L3
Aggregation
Network

L2/L3 Agg

6M

6M

With Aggregation

Each Node B can still burst at 6M,


but not all at the same time
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Mobile Transport Challenges (1)


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Bandwidth per user explosion


Circuit switched voice moving to VoIP
VoIP moving to video communication to IMS communication
Shifting from communication to high-rate data services (HSPDA)
Need for more bandwidth in RAN transport network
Bottleneck moving from radio interface to RAN transport network
with the advent of HSPDA
Responsiveness: Adding more lease lines or microwave capacity
may not meet HSDPA deployment time lines
Per-cellsite bandwidth evolution

2G

E1-per-BTS
(Abis)

3G

E1-per-NB
(Iub)

Total E1 per
cell-site

GSM

UMTS-R99/R4

2-3

3-4

GPRS/EDGE

R5 with HSDPA

4-8

6-10

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Mobile Transport Challenges (2)


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Provide transport for multiple


technologies
Base Station Access
2G: Today - TDM,
Tomorrow - Ethernet and
PPP
3G: Today - ATM,
Tomorrow - Ethernet and
PPP
WiMAX: Ethernet only
Cell site uplink technology:
Today - N x E1 TDM, N x
E1 ATM
Tomorrow N x E1 PPP,
Ethernet

Gb/FR

Abis/TDM

2G/2.5G

MSC/MG
Iub/ATM

RAN
Transport

BSC/RNC
SGSN

3G

Iub/PPP
Iub/Ethernet

Etherbet

WiMAX

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Challenges with RAN Transport Status Quo


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If you dont change, your competitors will change!!

Traffic per User

Revenue per Bit

Competition

Traffic per User increasing faster than Revenue per Bit


New services typically packet-based

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RAN Transformation for Current 3G Operators


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Gb/FR

Abis/TDM

2G/2.5G
BSC

This step is
optional; depends
on transmission
cost
This step is not
taken by current 3G
operators

Iub/ATM

TDM Multiplexing
and Grooming
ATM

IP/MPLS
Agg
Agg
3G

RNC

ATM
IP
Agg
Agg

WAC

Iub/PPP
Iub/Ethernet

Ethernet

WiMAX

Need to have multi-service


edge capability support

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Why Introducing MPLS for Aggregation in RAN?


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MPLS is designed to transport and aggregate many different


access technology: TDM, PPP, ATM, FR, Ethernet
Everything over MPLS
Suitable for all generation of cellular technology
Can be extended to xDSL and PON aggregation
MPLS is L2 and L1 technology agnostic
PPP, ATM, Ethernet, SDH, PDH
MPLS over everything
Can fit in any transmission infrastructure
MPLS is scalable in interface speed
From E1 to 10G today, 40G tomorrow
MPLS provides flexible service-aware and BS-aware QoS
guarantee and TE
MPLS is the cornerstone to bring carrier-class reliability in a
converged RAN

MPLS is the key technology for a converged RAN


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One Converged RAN for All


Page 34
5620 SAM

One RAN network for all mobile


technology
2G/2.5G
3G
B3G
WiMAX

Ether
net
ATM
PW
PW
FR PW

WiMAX

MPLS
3G
Virtualized RAN
for multi-service

2G/2.5G

5620 SAM

WiMAX
L2 VPN

MPLS
IP
VPN

IP

One network for all services delivery


Enterprise VPNs
Residential BB/Triple Play

Virtualized RAN
for multi-service

Integrated Management

3G

DSLAM

One RAN network for all broadband


access
ADSL
VDSL
Mobile/3G
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Smooth RAN Transformation to IP/MPLS


Page 35

Three Phases:
1. From the Mobile Backbone to the MTSO
2. From the MTSO to the hub
3. From the hub to the cell site
3

RAN

CELL SITE

HUB

3G - ATM
Cell
Site Router

Mobile
Aggregating
Router

MTSO
Mobile
Service
Router

2G TDM
Access Transport

MOBILE BACKBONE

Aggregation transport

Service
Router

Converged IP/MPLS
Backbone

Wimax Enet

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Phase 1 - RAN Transformation in MTSO with Mobile Service


Router (MSR)
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MOBILE BACKBONE

RAN
CELL SITE

MTSO

HUB

Controllers

3G - ATM/Eth

TDM

ATM

Enet

Service
Router

2G TDM
Access Transport

Converged IP/MPLS
Backbone

Mobile
Service
Router

Wimax
Enet
A Universal Aggregator for
all wireless technologies

3G - ATM/Eth
N x E1,
STM1 (VC12)
ATM/IMA

2G
TDM

N x E1 / STM1
TDM

N x E1,
Mobile
chan.
Service
Router N x E1 /
STM1
STM1 TDM
ATM/IMA

BSC

N x STM1
ATM

RNC

Ethernet

Wimax
Enet

Converged IP/MPLS
Backbone

Ethernet

WAC
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Phase 1 - RAN Transformation in MTSO with Mobile


Service Router (MSR)

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MSR performs:
IP routing for PPP/Eth aggregation for 3G
Ethernet aggregation for WiMAX
TDM DACS for 2G
3G - PPP/Eth
MTSO

PPP
E1

2G
TDM

N x E1
TDM

Eth
Fiber/SDH

TDM
E1
Copper/SDH

E1
SDH

TDM & E1
grooming
via SDH

Eth
Fiber

Service
Router

GigE

BSC

WAC

RNC

WiMAX
Ethernet

Cell Site

PPP

TDM

Copper/SDH

N x E1 /
STM1
TDM

Hub
Started 3G BS with IP
RAN - Ethernet or PPP

Separate transmission
facility for 2G

SDH TDM
multiplexing
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Beside Iub, in the MTSO


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MTSO

MTSO
MSC/MGW

RNC

RTP
AAL2

UDP

RNC

IP

ATM

Iucs

MSC/MGW

802.1 p/q
OC-n/STM-n

Iur

Ethernet

SGSN

Iucs

SGSN
Iups
Iups

GTP-U

GTP-U

UDP

UDP

IP

IP

ATM/AAL5
STM-n

RNC

Iucs
802.1 p/q
Ethernet

Iur

RNC

Iucs

Hub Site

Hub Site

Iups

Large number of connections from RNC to other elements


All managed via the MSR
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Phase 2 - RAN Transformation in Hub with Mobile


Aggregating Router (MAR)
Mobile Aggregating Router (MAR)
performs:
ATM aggregation for 3G
TDM DACS for 2G
Eth aggregation for 3G and WiMAX

3G - ATM/Eth

MTSO

N x E1 with ATM/IMA

TDM
E1

ATM
E1

Copper/SDH Copper/MW

2G
TDM

N x E1
TDM

N x E1 /
STM1
TDM

TDM ATM Enet


MPLS
Ethernet/SDH
fiber
Service
Router

Eth
Fiber/SDH

Nx
STM1
ATM

BSC

WAC

RNC

WiMAX
Ethernet

Cell Site

Service
Router

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Hub
Separate transmission
facility for different
technology

MPLS
Aggregation
common facility for
all traffic (SDH or Eth)
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Phase 3 - RAN Transformation in Cell Site with Cell Site


Router (CSR)

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CSR performs:
ATM aggregation for 3G
TDM Consolidation for 2G
Eth aggregation for 3G and WiMAX
MTSO

3G - ATM

N x E1
ATM/IMA

Cell Site
Router

MAR
TDM ATM Enet IP
MPLS
Ethernet/SDH
PPP
Fiber
Copper

N x E1 /
STM1
TDM

TDM ATM Enet


MPLS
Ethernet/SDH
fiber

MSR

2G
N x E1 /
TDM
TDM

Nx
STM1
(VC4)
ATM

BSC

RNC

WAC

Hub
Ethernet

MPLS
Aggregation
over common facility for
all traffic
Low speed with PPP
High speed with Eth/SDH

MPLS
Aggregation
common facility for
all traffic
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Summary

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Paths for IP Network Transformation


Page 42

Core

NGN Packet
Transport

IMS
Multimedia

All-IP
Core

Staged Migration to all-IP Network

RAN

3G

HSDPA
HSUPA
WiMAX

DSL &
Ethernet

All-IP
RAN

Long Term Evolution


Flat Mobile Architecture
End-to-end IP
LTE/SAE
simpler, faster
lower cost

Optimized IP Solutions Simpler, Faster and Lower Cost

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Alcatel Mobile RAN Success Stories

Page 43

Mobile Networks

Applications

Cingular Wireless (USA)

RAN Aggregation & Multiservice transport (2G, 2.5G), 3/1/0 DCS (E911), 3G UTRAN
Aggregation

T-Mobile (USA)

RAN Aggregation & Multiservice transport (2G, 2.5G), Packet Backbone, 3/1/0 DCS

Rogers Wireless (Canada)

3G UTRAN Aggregation, 2G RAN Aggregation

Telus Mobility (Canada)

RAN Aggregation

Movistar (Telefonica Moviles)

IP/MPLS backbone for NGN, multiservice transport (2.5G) trial network

SFR (France)

3G UTRAN Aggregation, Packet Backbone

Proximus (Belgium)

3G UTRAN Aggregation, Packet Backbone

T-Mobile (Europe)

3G UTRAN Aggregation, Packet Backbone

TMN (Portugal)

3G UTRAN Aggregation, Packet Backbone

TM3 (Malaysia)

3G UTRAN Aggregation

H3G (HK)

3G UTRAN Aggregation

Etisalat (UAE)

3G UTRAN Aggregation

QTel (Quatar)

3G UTRAN Aggregation

Globalcom (Nigeria)

2.5G Packet backbone, Internet Access

Telcel (Mexico)

2G backbone (TDM)

Movilnet (Venezuela)

Multiservice Transport incl. compressed voice

Mobile TeleSystems (Russia)

Multiservice Transport incl. compressed voice

TIM (Greece)

Multiservice Transport (2G, 3G), 3G UTRAN aggregation

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Transforming Mobile Transport Network


TDM Voice
OPEX
Saving

Voice NGN

Increase
ARPU

Transport
Convergence
(PS, CS and
IMS)

Innovative
New Services

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CAPEX &
OPEX Saving
Increase
transport network
value

Speedy Service
Provisioning

You can do it and Alcatel can help!!


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Thank You

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Alcatel Mobile Transport Service


Platform Portfolio

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Mobile Service Router/Mobile Aggregating Router 7750/7710 Service Router:

Page 47

Industrys first scalable, purpose-built IP/MPLS


Service Router
 VLL, VPLS, 2547 IP-VPN, High Speed Internet Services
 Full BGP, OSPF, ISIS, RIP, Multicast, IPv6 router with
next generation density across all interfaces (DS1
through10 GigE)
 Scalable MPLS, LDP, RSVP-TE, Fast Reroute
implementation
 Built-in Per-service Queuing, OA&M, diagnostics and
management
 Fully programmable 10 Gb/s fast path allows adaptation
to new or changing standards
 Common h/w and s/w deployable in 3 chassis
configurations
 Non-Stop Routing and Non-Stop services to guarantee
High Availability
 Hitless In-Service Software Upgrade
 Any Service Any Port: ATM, FR, Ethernet, POS, ChSTM,
DS3 for any types of services
 IPv6 OSPFv3, ISISv6, BGP. Wirespeed IPv6 forwarding
 MEF Certification, NEBS 3

7710 SR
10 Gb/s full duplex
7750 SR-1
1 slot
20 Gb/s full duplex
fabric/system capacity
7750 SR-7
7 slots
200 Gb/s full duplex
fabric/system capacity
(redundant)

7750 SR-12
12 slots
400 Gb/s full duplex
fabric/system capacity
(redundant)

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7450 Ethernet Service Switch: IP RAN


Ethernet Aggregation
 Based on the same HW and SW technology
as 7750 SR. Optimized to delivery CarrierGrade Ethernet Layer 2 services
 MEF Certification, NEBS 3
 Full Layer 3 OSPF, ISIS, RIP support
 Full MPLS, LDP, RSVP-TE, Fast Reroute
support
 Layer 2 Services: VLL, VPLS and Internet
Service
 Layer 2 protocol: 802.1d, RSTP, MSTP,
QinQ,etc.
 Non-Stop Routing and Non-Stop services to
guarantee High Availability
 Hitless In-Service Software Upgrade

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7 slots
100 or 200Gb/s full
duplex
fabric/system
capacity
Full system
redundancy
20Gb/s slots

7450
ESS-7
1 slot
20Gb/s full duplex
fabric/system capacity
20Gb/s slots

7450
ESS-1
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Alcatels Multiservice, Multiprotocol Portfolio

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ATM+IP
Multiservice
Switch

IP+MPLS+ATM
Routing Switch

ATM+IP
Multiservice
Switch

TDM+Packet
Bandwidth
Manager

Optimized
for Mobile
Network
2G
3G
Evolution

Location
Capacity
Largest I/O
Smallest I/O

7670 RSP

7670 ESE

7470 MSP

3600 MainStreet

Multiprotocol
Core/Edge

Multiservice
Edge

Multiservice
Core/Edge

Multiservice
Edge/CLE

50 to 450 Gb/s
OC-192/STM-64
DS3

3.2Gb/s
OC-12/STM-4
T1/E1

1.2 to 12.8 Gb/s


OC-12/STM-4
T1/E1

64 Mb/s - 512 Mb/s


OC-3/STM-1
DS0

Hot Product!
POS - GigE - ATM
2,200 Shipped

High density chan. T1 - OC3 38,000 Shipped


450 Customers
1,700 + shipped

170,000 Systems Shipped


800,000 DTUs

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Cell Site Router 7250 SAS


Chassis and Interface Options
 1RU ultra-compact modular design
 NEBS 3 compliant
 MEF Certification
 AC or DC variants
(redundant, hot swappable)
7250
Service Access Switch
 4-port DS1/E1 circuit
emulation module
(hot swappable)
 1-port STM-1 circuit emulation module (to be taken
out?)
 Fixed ports: 2 x GigE SFP,
8 x 100BaseTX,
12 x 100BaseFX
 Uplink module: 2 GigE SFP ports

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Feature Highlights
 6.4G wire speed full duplex
switching capacity
 DS1/E1, STM-1 circuit emulation
(IP, Ethernet or MPLS
encapsulation)
 MPLS (H-VPLS spoke support
for VPLS and Martini VLL for
TDM circuit emulation)
 Per-service, per-port QOS
 VLAN stacking (QinQ)
 MPLS Fast Reroute <50ms
 OAM toolkit (MEF & MPLS)
 Managed by the 5620 SAM

The 7250 SAS is Designed to Provide Seamless Service Extension


Capabilities to the 7450 ESS and 7750 SR
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RAD ACE 3100/3200: IP RAN backhaul Aggregation

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Chassis and Interface Options

Feature Highlights

 TDM and ATM Pseudo-wires as


per PWE3 (IP, Ethernet or MPLS
 3100: 1 RU high, width in 19 rack, 9.4 depth
encapsulation)
 3200: 1 RU high in 19 rack, 9.4 depth
 Per-service, per-port QOS with
 AC or DC variants
interworking between ATM,
(redundant)
Ethernet, IP and MPLS
 Fixed ports:
 Inband or out-of-band
 2 x 100BaseTX
management via telnet, Web 4, 8 or 16 T1/E1 ports
RAD ACE 3100/3200
based element manager.
 software configurable for TDM or ATM/IMA
 Ethernet OAM based on IETF
 2 x STM1/OC3c ATM (1+1 APS)
recommendations:
 Optional high accuracy network clock distribution of
 Draft-IETF-PWE3-VCCV
packet network between central site and remote
 Draft-IETF-PWE3-OAMMSGsite
Map
 Ultra-compact modular design

 Multicast sync distribution (i.e. one server to many


clients) also available

 Draft-IETF-PWE3-BFDBase

The RAD ACE is a low cost, high T1/E1 density solution for IP RAN
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