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EXTENDIENDO LA COBERTURA DEL WI-FI EN EHOGAR

DE MANERA INTELIGENTE CON EASYMESH


Javier Marroquin
DOCSIS Presales Manager CALA
ARRIS

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Agenda

• Resultados del estudio CEI 2018 de ARRIS.


• Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh™ como tecnologia para aumentar la satisfaccion del
consumidor y la efectividad del operador.

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ALGUNOS RESULTADOS DEL ESTUDIO
CONNECTIVITY ENTERTAINMENT INDEX

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Key Facts About Respondents
Global
Number of respondents 20,000
89%
Want Constant Connectivity and say it is important
CALA is highest with 94%
Smartphone is top device purchase priority 44%
Have their broadband router / modem in the living room 52%
Have their broadband router / modem in the center of their home 45%
2-4 people in household 74%
1 person in household 12%
Children in household 47%
City dwellers 63%
Live in home with 3 bedrooms 38%
Employed full-time 48%
Laptop / notebook computer (53%)
Of those who stream, the most common devices used are:
Smartphone (52%)
laptop/notebook computer
Smart TV / connected TV (42%)
Largest groups tied for adoption speed (both 32%):
Usually not the first, but like to keep up to date with new technology developments
Like to have new technology products/services but usually wait until the price comes down

Respondents in Chile, South Africa and India are most likely to “Want Constant Connectivity and say it is important” (all 95%)
Key country insight France and Japan are is least likely to report this (both 79%)
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ARRIS Consumer Entertainment Index (CEI)
Consumers Want Speed, Security & Device Management
Speed is the most important home Wi-Fi® router/modem feature - 81%

Top 5 consumer priorities for Wi-Fi Households with children and elite
router/modem features power users prioritize security
• Households with children and elite power users rate
1. Speed is overwhelming driver – 81%
2. Strength of signal – 69% security/privacy more important than cost
• (Cost: 62% vs Security: 57%)
3. Security – 55%
4. Ease of connecting devices – 47% • Elite power users rate security from service providers
5. Low cost of connection – 30% as #1 (67%); speed is #2 (49%)

Device management is a major issue!


61% believe “too many active devices“ is their top Wi-Fi challenge
resulting in streaming / download issues
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What Constant Connectivity Means to Consumers
The majority of households (76%) believe Constant Connectivity
is changing their life for the better

What does the term ‘constant connectivity’ mean to you? The Most Common Devices In The Home

Chile Argentina Mexico Brazil Chile Argentina Mexico Brazil


Smartphone 93% 91% 97% 96%
Being contactable 24/7 73% 71% 78% 58%
Laptop/Notebook
92% 79% 88% 84%
Ability to access information Computer
51% 50% 43% 52% Set-top/cable/satellite 76% 78% 83% 82%
anywhere any time
Router/modem 76% 72% 80% 79%
Seamless access to online
Standard TV 74% 71% 76% 77%
content on any device, at 44% 43% 39% 52%
any time anywhere Smart TV/Connected TV 70% 70% 73% 71%
DVD/Blu-ray player 67% 67% 72% 65%
Technologies that are
18% 14% 13% 17% Connected household
compatible with each other 61% 65% 72% 58%
appliances
Tablet 60% 59% 72% 53%
Desktop Computer 54% 49% 68% 52%
Gaming Console 53% 45% 59% 49%

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The Need for Giga Speed
What would you be willing to give up in life for a perfect Wi-Fi
connection (e.g. uninterruptable constant connectivity)?
The top 3 things consumers would
Chile Argentina Mexico Brazil give up to get perfect Wi-Fi:
Alcohol 38% 35% 44% 39%

Gym membership 33% 29% 28% 24% 1. Alcohol – 30%


Going to the cinema/theatre 28% 28% 21% 22% 2. Cinema/theatre – 26%
Eating out 18% 16% 17% 22% 3. Gym membership – 25%
Watching TV 15% 14% 15% 17%

Reading 12% 10% 13% 12%


And some would go even further...
Watching films 10% 8% 10% 11%

Heating 9% 8% 7% 10% 1. Heating – 8%


Listening to music 6% 5% 6% 8%
2. Food – 7%
Socializing with family and friends
in person
4% 4% 6% 8%
3. Sex – 7%
Food 3% 4% 5% 6%

Sex 3% 3% 4% 4%

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Priorities Are Clear: Consistency, Convenience & (Low) Cost

Upside:
There’s a strong preference for a single service provider I would be
Households willing
trust to pay
service more for overwhelmingly
providers access to new
experiences/opportunities that constant connectivity can deliver
• On average, households want four things included in a bundle Service Provider (internet/TV) 53%
from a single service provider…
– Majority of households (74%) want Internet included in a bundle Chile Argentina Mexico Brazil
with other offerings TV service provider 9%
– Almost half (49%) want subscription/paid TV included in a bundle Strongly agree 10% 7% 14% 17%
– 43% want cellular data in a bundle Multinational tech companies (Google,
Agree 38%
Amazon, Facebook, 32%
Apple) 6% 45% 42%
– Online security (aka privacy) (36%) ranks much higher than home
security (28%)
Disagree 32% 33%
Utilities 5% 27% 30%

And they‘re willing to pay real money Strongly disagree 13% (e.g., the
Electronics manufacturer 14% 9% 9%
manufacturer of your TV or games console) 3%
• 46% would be willing to pay more for a seamless experience I don’t know/not applicable 8% 13% 5% 3%
constant connectivity can offer

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Wi-Fi Alliance
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh™

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Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMeshTM: Extendiendo la cobertura del Wi-Fi® en
el hogar de manera Inteligente

GW

Vendor #1

WAN
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Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMeshTM: Extendiendo la cobertura del Wi-Fi en el
hogar de manera Inteligente

AP
Vendor #4
GW Vendor #2
AP
Vendor #1

AP

Vendor #3

WAN
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WFA, MAP y Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh™ –
Quienes o Que son?
• WFA es la Wi-Fi Alliance
– Es la organizacion que crea estandares para temas de Wi-Fi – Ellos crearon la marca “Wi-Fi”
– Desarrolan los programas de certificacion asociados a los estandares IEEE 802.11
– Tambien crean nuevas funcionalidades y casos de uso para Wi-Fi.
– Cuentan con mas de 800 miembros (Fabricantes de SoC, Fabricantes de equipamento y companies de
software)
• MAP es Multi-AP Specification
– La especificacion que define como multiples access points Wi-Fi pueden conectarse juntos en un hogar
– Este estandar incluye un protocol para facilitar la interoperabilidad entre distintos fabricantes
– Esta orientado a access points de hogar no de ambientes empresariales.
– Basado en el estandar IEEE1905.1, inicialmente usado en redes PowerLine
• Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh es el programa de certificacion de MAP
– El programa de certificaciones valida la correcta operacion del protocol MAP en un dispositivo particular.
– Se realiza via laboratorios autorizados (ATLs) en varias partes del mundo, son quienes ejecutan las pruebas
de certificacion
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Key MAP Capabilities/Functions

Wireless Channel
Backhaul Selection
WDS
Control y
MAP
analiticos MAP AGT MAP
CTRLR AP AGT
Steering
MAP
AGT

{SSID/PSK/Enc} Wired
Backhaul

Autoconfiguracion MAP
MAP
de extensores AGT
AGT Band
Steering
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El mundo antes de EasyMesh

• Protocolos propietarios entre fabricantes

• Soluciones de Retail
– Los consumidores atrapados con un fabricantes
– Se desaprovecha el Wi-Fi del gateway del operador

• No orientados al operador se servicios


– No tienen gestion remota
– No interoperan entre fabricantes

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Como era el mundo antes de MAP (EasyMesh)
Muchas decisions tomadas en plataformas en la nube

• Requeria mucha integracion con


Wi-Fi RRM dispositivos
CLOUD
• No era interoperable

ALTO COSTO TOTAL DE PROPIEDAD

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El Mundo ahora (EasyMesh)
Simple, menos protocolos

• Algoritmos de RRM en el gateway


Wi-Fi RRM con apoyo de la nube. Analiticos y
CLOUD
Wi-Fi RRM soporte del suscriptor en la nube
AGENT MAP subsystem
• Se aprovecha el access point del
gateway
MAP subsystem

MAP subsystem

MENOR TCO; MAS OPCIONES

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Recepción de EasyMesh en el mercado

• Se lanzó el programa en Junio 2018


– ARRIS VAP4641 (Aug 1, 2018), MediaTek AP3B-MT7615 (Sep 17, 2018) – mas en
camino…
• Los proveedores incluyen el requerimiento de EasyMesh en sus RFPs
• Multi-AP R2 planeado para Diciembre 2019
– Agregara:
• QOS y separación de tráfico
• Mejores Diagnosticos

• En el 2019 todos los fabricantes de SoC agregan soporte en sus chipsets.


• En el 2019 la mayoria de los fabricantes de equipamento agregan soporte en
sus gateways y extensores.

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