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Alcatel-Lucent 9471 Wireless Mobility Manager

Mobility Management Entity/Serving GPRS Support Node


Release WM9.0

The Alcatel-Lucent 9471 Wireless Mobility Manager (WMM) is a combined Mobility Management Entity/
Serving GPRS Support Node (MME/SGSN) in 3GPP networks, providing registration, authentication, mobility
and session management, and 2G/3G bearer management of mobile subscribers.

9471 Wireless Mobility Manager


(HP Blade System c7000)

As a MME in the Evolved Packet Core (EPC), the


Alcatel-Lucent 9471 WMM delivers exceptional
scaling and messaging performance to support
both the increased signaling traffic and direct
management of thousands of macro and small
cells while also seamlessly interworking with
legacy 2G/3G networks. As a SGSN, the 9471
WMM routes user packet traffic from the radio
access network (RAN) to the Gateway GPRS
Service Node/Packet Data Network Gateway
(GGSN/PGW) or through a pre-Release 8 or
Release 8 direct tunnel providing subscriber
access to external packet data networks. The
9471 WMM also supports combined MME/
SGSN functionality through software upgrades.
Based on industry-standard computing
platforms and the latest generation of advanced
multicore network processors, the 9471 WMM
delivers carrier-grade performance, reliability,
scalability and flexibility.

Features

The Alcatel-Lucent 9471 WMM is a key


component in the Alcatel-Lucent IP Mobile
Core, supporting 2.5G, 3G, and 4G/LTE
networks that addresses the following
customer needs:

Choice of highly scalable, telecom


computing and commercial off-the-shelf
(COTS) platforms

LTE greenfield or overlay deployments

9471 Wireless Mobility Manager


(ATCA)

Upgrades or renovations of an existing


2G/3G packet core network with a new
high-capacity, high-performance SGSN
Migration to 3GPP Release 8 S4-SGSN
and beyond while still maintaining
support for pre-Release 8 Gn-SGSN
Enhanced quality of service (QoS)
capabilities for differentiated service
quality for end-user applications
Investment protection with smooth
migration to a converged 2G/3G/LTE
packet core and a combined MME/SGSN

Flexible deployment options: MME, 2G/3G


SGSN, S4-SGSN or combined MME/SGSN
Subscriber session preservation with
Session Restoration Server (SRS)
IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) support
with voice over LTE (VoLTE) and
emergency services
Circuit-switched fallback with Single Radio
Voice Call Continuity (SRVCC) (3GPP and
non-3GPP)
evolved Multimedia Broadcast Multicast
Services (eMBMS)
Network sharing (Gateway Core Network/
Multi-operator Core Network [GWCN/
MOCN])
LTE Small Cells support with Closed
Subscriber Groups (CSGs) and Local IP
off-load access (LIPA)

Platform evolution to Network Functions


Virtualization (NFV) MME and SGSN as the
Virtualized Mobility Manager (VMM)

Benefits
High capacity and scalability: Subscriber
and bandwidth capacity can be scaled
rapidly and flexibly as service demands
increase or change.
Flexibility: Common carrier-grade platform
for deployment as a 2.5G/3G SGSN,
S4-SGSN, 4G/LTE MME, or a combined
MME/SGSN reduces footprint and
improves power efficiency while providing
investment protection.

Reliability: Field-proven software featuring


an advanced memory manager (with
automated recovery), overload control
protection mechanisms, internal dynamic
audits and recovery capabilities and
support for in-service software upgrades
Signaling efficiency: Single 2G/3G/LTE
user equipment (UE) context database;
intra-chassis Gn/S3 signaling and enhanced
paging capabilities reduce network
signaling volume.
Multivendor tested: For seamless
integration into any 2.5G/3G/LTE radio
access and core network environment
End-to-end network management: The
Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware
Manager (SAM) provides common
operations, element management system
(EMS)-based provisioning, pooling and load
balancing, and network level management
across the entire packet core.
Advanced diagnostics/troubleshooting
tools: Unique per-call and cell performance
measurement tools reduce trouble call
resolution times and aid in network and
RF optimization and engineering design.
Subscriber Session Preservation:
Innovative SRS maintains user subscriber
sessions even with full node failure.

PDP context types

Interfaces and protocols

sftp/ftp based S-CDR pull-up

Compliant with 3GPP standards for:

Gr, Gf, Gd, Ge, over SS7/IP

S1-MME (eNode B), S1-Flex

ETSI and ANSI protocol stacks

M3 Multicell/Multicast Coordination Entity


(MCE)

Interfaces to the Lawful Interception (X1-1,


X2, X3), Domain Name System (DNS) server
(RFC 1034, RFC 1035), Network Time
Protocol (NTP) and network management

Iu-PS: IP/Gigabit Ethernet (GigE), Iu-Flex


Gb: IP/GigE and/or Frame Relay, Gb-Flex
Gn: IP/GigE
S3, S10 (MME)
S3/S4/S16 (SGSN)
Gn, Gp including Direct Tunnel
S11 (Serving Gateway [SGW])
S6a/S6d (Home Subscriber Server [HSS])
Gr (Home Location Register [HLR])
SGs (MME to Mobile Switching Center
[MSC])

Product reliability
Designed for 99.999% availability
OAM Server card (1+1 active/standby
protection)
Control plane call processing card (1+1
active/standby except for 2G)
MME and SGSN pooling, chassis geodiversity and load balancing

S102 (MME to CDMA MSC SRVCC)

Stream Control Transmission Protocol


(SCTP) multi-homing

Sv (SRVCC)

Link Aggregation (LAG)

S13/S13 (Equipment Identity Register


[EIR])

Bidirectional Forward Detection (BFD)

SLg (Visited Gateway Mobile Location


Center [VGMLC])

Network management

SLs (evolved Serving Mobile Location


Center [e-SMLC])

Full-featured operations, administration,


maintenance, and provisioning (OAM&P)
management functionality

SBc Cell Broadcast Center (CBC)

Element/network management systems:

Sm (MBMS Gateway [GW])

Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM

Ga: GTP/IP (User Datagram Protocol [UDP]


or Transmission Control Protocol [TCP])

Command-line interface (CLI)

IPv4
IPv6
IPv4/IPv6 (control and PDP context)
Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)

Technical specifications
S C A L A B I L I T Y A N D C A PAC I T Y

ATC AV 2 P L AT F O R M

X 8 6 - BA S E D / H P B L A D E S YST E M C 7000

Attached subscribers (MME/SGSN)

Up to 20 million SAU

Up to 20 million SAU

Node B/eNode B

Up to 150,000

Up to 150,000

LTE IP (PDN) sessions

Up to 40 million

Up to 40 million

PDP contexts/LTE bearers

Up to 20 million

Up to 20 million

Radio Network Controller (RNC)

Up to 512

Up to 512

Base transceiver station (BTS)

Up to 1024

Up to 1024

2G operation

1.8 Gb/s (Gb/IP)

1.8 Gb/s (Gb/IP)

3G/LTE operation

20 Gb/s (Iu/IP)

20 Gb/s (Iu/IP)

Data rate throughput

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Physical dimensions and weight


C H A SS I S

ATC AV 2

X 8 6 - BA S E D H P B L A D E S YST E M C 7000

Height

488 mm (19.3 in.)

442 mm (17.4 in.)

Width

482 mm (19 in.)

447.04 mm (17.6 in.)

Depth

383.14 mm (15.1 in.)

813 mm (32 in.)

Unboxed (empty)

27.5 kg (60.6 lb)

68.5 kg (151 lb)

Fully equipped

80 kg (176 lb)

204 kg (450 lb)

CABINET

4 4 U - 6 0 0 A L 5 CC L F

3 6 U H P A H 3 4 3 A S E I S M I C ZO N E 4

Height

2125.5 mm (83.7 in.)

1828 mm (72 in.)

Width

598 mm (23.5 in.)

678 mm (26.7 in.)

Depth

600 mm (23.6 in.)

1000 mm (39.4 in.)

Weight (maximum)

298 kg (657 lb)

226.8 kg (500 lb)

Weight

Hardware architecture ATCA


The Alcatel-Lucent 9471 WMM is built on
an industry-standard, high-density Advance
Telecom Computing Architecture (ATCA)
platform optimized for high-volume control
plane functions. A multi-shelf configuration
is available for additional scale and capacity.
The PICMG-compliant ATCA v2 platform
architecture provides:
Advanced multicore x86/Linux technology
for exceptional message processing

Power consumption per slot: 300 W


(maximum)
Power consumption in fully loaded
configuration: 7300 W (maximum)

Operating conditions
Operational: ETS 300 019-2-3, Class 3.2
Temperature: 5C to 40C (41F to 104F)
Relative humidity: Conforms with ANSI
T1.304, 5% to 85%
Absolute humidity: 0.03 g/m3 to 36 g/m3

High memory/storage capacity and CPU


density with reduced power consumption

Vibration and shock: ETS 300 019-1-3,


Class 3M5

An in-house platform design that is


common across the wireless product
portfolio providing lower capital
expenditures (CAPEX) and operating
expenses (OPEX)

Cooling method: Fan unit

Carrier-class reliability and high


availability with fully redundant
components, fault monitoring and
recovery, hot swappable cards, and
in-service software upgrades MME and
SGSN functions and resources shared
on the same physical hardware

Central office (CO) operating environment:


ETSI, ANSI

Operating characteristics
Electrical

Operating voltage: -48 V DC


DC inputs: Two inputs each from redundant
feeds
Input voltage rating: -36 V DC to -72 V DC
(-48 V DC/-60 V DC nominal)
Operating input voltage range:
-39 V DC to -60 V DC

Acoustic noise: ISO 7779 acoustic, ETS 300


753 Class 3.1 (1997)

Product safety and regulatory compliance

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC):


EN 300 386-2
Anti-seismic: ETS 300 019-1-3 Am 1 (1997)
Telcordia Network Equipment Building
Standards (NEBS) Level 3, Earthquake
Zone 4
Lawful Interception
EMC: ETSI EN 300 386
FCC 47 CFR Part 15
2004/108/EC
Safety Europe: EN 60950-1
Others: IEC 60950-1
U.S.: UL 60950-1
CAN/CSA: C22.2 No. 950.95
CE Mark, UL Mark

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Data Sheet

9471 Wireless Mobility Manager


(ATCA in cabinet)

Hardware architecture x86-based/


HP Blade System c7000
The Alcatel-Lucent second generation
9471 WMM is built on an industry-standard,
high-density x86-based computing platform
using software optimization to achieve high
volume control plane functions. A multi-shelf
configuration is available for additional scale
and capacity.
The x86-based platform architecture
provides:
Multicore x86 CPU technology for
exceptional message processing
High memory/storage capacity and CPU
density with reduced power consumption
Industry-standard COTS design that offers
wire-once, cloud-ready system architecture
designed to deploy into traditional
telecommunications networks and provide
seamless transition to virtualized network
architectures
Carrier-class reliability and high
availability with fully redundant
components, fault monitoring and
recovery, hot swappable cards, and
in-service software upgrades MME and
SGSN functions and resources shared on
the same physical hardware

Operating characteristics
Electrical

Input requirements DC power


Rated input voltage: 36 V DC to -72 V DC
Maximum input current per line cord:
75 A
Maximum input power per line cord:
2700 W
Output specifications (per power supply)
HP 2250 W, -48 V DC hot plug power
supply 2250 W

Operating conditions
Temperature range operating: 10C to 35C
(50F to 95F)
Temperature range non-operating:
-30C to 60C (-22F to 140F)
Relative humidity:
Operating: 10% to 90%
Non-operating: 5% to 95%
Acoustic noise: ISO 7779 acoustic
LwAd (Idle) 7.1 Bels
LpAm (Idle) 54 dBA
LwAd (Operating) 7.2 Bels
LpAm (Operating) 54 dBA

Product safety and regulatory compliance


NEBS Level 3
EMC
EN 55022:2010 Class A
EN 55024:2010
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
Climate
ETS-300-019-1
ETS-300-019-2
CE Mark
Safety
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 0-M91
60950-1-07
UL 60950-1-2011
EN/IEC 60950-1
EN 62479
FCC Part 15 Class A
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment
(WEEE) Marking

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9471 Wireless Mobility Manager


(HP Blade System c7000 in cabinet)