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3G RAN

Nokia Networks
01 June 2006

Company Confidential
1

2005 Nokia

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Agenda
3G is a welcome evolution to 2G and has established itself
3G is a tool to increase revenue
3G stays in the mainstream in future radio technologies with
HSPA

Communication is becoming richer


Browse internet
Seamless voice
Messaging

Video call

Rich media
delivery,
Share pictures,
music, video

Access corporate
systems & e-mail

Video sharing
Push to talk
Interactive on line
gaming with PC
and mobile

Ringtones, logos,
games download

Rich call
Push to show

Mobile meeting
between mobile
terminals and PC

New services demand higher speeds


Video sharing
Video
telephony
Real time IP
Web browsing
Real time
Mobile intranet
games
access
High speed
Video
mobile
streaming
intranet
Video sharing

Voice
SMS

MMS
WAP
Download
Presence
Audio streaming

GSM
10-40
kbps

GPRS
30-40
kbps
Non-real time
background and
narrowband
streaming, like
PoC

EDGE
80-160
kbps
Interactive,
medium bit rate
streaming,
business
connectivity

Faster
business
connectivity
Faster
streaming
Faster
content
download

WCDMA
128-384
kbps

HSPA
1-14
Mbps

Real time
connections,
efficient business
connectivity

Close to WLAN bit


rates and high
efficiency

WCDMA 3G Moving Ahead


Over 55 million subscribers to
end March 2006
Millions

107 commercial networks


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60
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20
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Plus, at least 315 WCDMA terminals in the market


today!
GSA, March 2006

Examples of new innovative 3G services


Free Mobile TV
from Tele2 Sweden

3G Videoblog
from 3 Italy

V-Girl 3G game
from Singtel

Download Mobile
TV Drama from
CSL

Nokia WCDMA 3G status in a nutshell


Commercial network hardware deliveries since September 2001
Worlds first WCDMA/GSM phone introduced in September 2002
First commercial 3GPP compliant network launched with J-Phone
Japan in Dec 2002
First commercial end-to-end 3GPP IP Multimedia Subsystem used in
3G
Nokia is a supplier for close to half of the 107 commercial, open
networks
Nokia has 58 WCDMA customer references to date

Evolution of radio networks

4G
3.9 G

3G WCDMA

HSPA

UMTS = Universal Mobile Telephone System


WCDMA = Wideband Code Division Multiple Access, radiotechnology used in
UMTS networks
HSPA = High Speed Packet Access
HSDPA = High Speed Downlink Packet Access
HSUPA = High Speed Uplink Packet Access

2G GSM
1991
2010

GPRS

EDGE

2003

EDGE evolution

2005

2007

2009

WiMAX (802.16e)
WiMAX (802.16-2004)

WCDMA success is supported by


GSM/EDGE
GSM/EDGE provides service
continuity to 3G users
Current GSM/EDGE users are
future 3G users (3 Billion mobile
phones by 2010)
Users who have learned to use
advanced data services are more
likely to migrate to 3G
GSM
GSMSuppliers
SuppliersAssociation
Association(GSA)
(GSA)2005
2005
"Data
"DataARPU
ARPUof
ofEDGE
EDGEusers
usersis
isone-third
one-third
higher
than
that
of
GPRS
handset
higher than that of GPRS handset
users
users
in
incase
caseof
ofbusiness
businessusers
userswe
wenoticed
noticed
aahuge
impact
on
the
data
traffic,
huge impact on the data traffic,
and
andARPU
ARPU

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"Iwould
wouldestimate
estimate
aalift
liftof
of$3-5
$3-5or
or
more
(ringtones,
Video
etc)
(when
more (ringtones, Video etc) (when
upgrading
upgradingto
toEDGE)
EDGE)

Global GSM/EDGE and WCDMA users (excl Japan&Korea)


3 000
2 500
5%

10%
WCDMA

2 000
1 500
1 000

GSM/EDGE

500
0

2006

2007

2008

2009

Improve end-user
experience in using 3G
network
Reduce Operator costs
due to churn and new
subscriber acquisition
Increase traffic revenue
by keeping calls going,
no matter where

100

90

Sa
tis Us
fa e r
ct
io
n

Excellent performance in
3G-2G interworking will:

Voice call handover success rate (%)

3G to 2G interworking is vital for 3G


success

80
75

>200
120
0
Time (s) taken for PS data handove

Operators have new market opportunities in


Mobile Data
FULL MOBILITY OF DATA &
VOICE

Fully Mobile

3G Evolution (WCDMA, HSPA, 3.9G)

MOBILE DATA ONLY


I-HSPA
WiMAX 802.16e

FIXED DATA
DSL

Fixed

163 WCDMA licenses awarded by end


2005

There are now 163* WCDMA


licenses in IMT-2000 band awarded
*Totally
170 UMTS licenses
minus
3 operators who have selected EVworldwide
in 57
countries.
DO
-6 operators who have handed back their license
+ 2 operators who have acquired returned license - H3 in Norway and
Sonofon in Denmark

Common Core for GSM/EDGE & WCDMA


(2G&3G)
No Capacity degradation
APSE
IN/SCE
with WCDMA Subs

2G SGSN

HLR

PSTN/ISDN
GSM

IMSCi

IMSCi

3G

3G
BSC

Other PLMN

MGW

MGW
IP/ATM Backbone

WCDMA
RNC

Same Core to Support GGSN


3G-SGSN
WCDMA

External
IP networks

Node B and RNC basic functionalities


Node B is equivalent to BTS in 2G
Node B configurations/capacity are defined by 3 variables
Transmit power (20W/40W)
Carriers (1+1+1/2+2+2/3+3+3/4+4+4)
Channel Elements (call processing capacity)

OBSAI-interface in Node B enables future towards open architecture


and WiMax , WiFi
RNC is equivalent to BSC+Transcoder in 2G
RNC capacity is defined by Mbps processing capacity (both CS and
PS)

Summary
3G is a welcome evolution to 2G and has established itself
3G is a tool to increase revenue
Nokia is a key player in 3G market
Nokias end-to end network and service offering for operators
is unmatched in the industry
3G stays in the mainstream in future radio technologies with
HSPA

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