New MEF Versatile Backhaul Execution Understanding.


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Existing Mobile Carriers driven by interest & cutting edge administrations ... normal methodology for all Service suppliers. Bearer Ethernet in the RAN opens new ...
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New MEF Mobile Backhaul Implementation Agreement MEF 22 Announcement

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RAN BS UNI Carrier Ethernet Network RAN NC UNI RAN BS MEF Mobile Backhaul Market Dynamics

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Objective Introduce MEF Mobile Backhaul Specification An institutionalized execution guide Describe the open door for administration suppliers: Existing Mobile Carriers driven by interest & cutting edge benefits New Revenue open doors for wire-line administration suppliers

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Carrier Ethernet for Mobile Operators Ethernet is the acknowledged arrangement, however there are worries to comprehend What are these worries? How does the MEF Mobile Backhaul Agreement address them? What is its degree? What are the examiners saying? Transporter Ethernet for Mobile Carriers Michael Howard, vital investigator at Infonetics Research "Ethernet is seen as the main answer for cutting edge MBH systems … legacy innovation can\'t scale … surge in spending on Ethernet over microwave … "

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Ethernet Options Solve Backhaul Cost Problem PDH and ATM over PDH versus New Wireline: Mobile First Mile Backhaul Service Charges per Connection Stay on PDH $37,044 Backhaul Service Charges per Connection Or, move to Ethernet $6,887 PDH (T1/E1 and so forth.) costs climb straightforwardly with transfer speed Ethernet wireline costs become incrementally with vast transmission capacity builds (Ethernet, DSL, PON, link) New IP/Ethernet wireline choices to fulfill the #1 speculation driver: operational cost reserve funds Source: Infonetics Research, Mobile Backhaul Equipment, Installed Base, and Services October 2008

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Backhaul Capacity Requirements at the Cell Site

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Carrier Ethernet for Mobile Backhaul NPRG estimates Carrier Ethernet administrations pick up footing in 2009, driven by quickening 3G cell information arrangement infiltration and mainstreaming of broadband remote administrations (e.g., "Clear" WiMAX from Clearwire) Revenue picks up for Ethernet suppliers could be emotional, as NPRG conjectures strong twofold digit CAGR for the general backhaul market through 2013 In 2008, striking contract wins were scored by Ethernet suppliers in the Midwest, New York, Florida, and California; extra wins are not too far off for 2009

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MEF 22 Mobile Backhaul Implementation Agreement Formally Approved Jan 29 th 2009

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Scope (1): Operational Experience Carrier Ethernet for Mobile Carriers The Mobile Backhaul Implementation Agreement scopes Ethernet OAM necessities Ethernet OAM permits checking of Ethernet administrations Verify availability Identify design flaws Measure administration execution Loop back testing Further advancements in later stages Draws on and incorporates existing norms IEEE 802.3ah : Link OAM IEEE 802.1ag : Connectivity Fault Management ITU-T Y.1731 : Performance Monitoring Class of Service prerequisites adjusted to 3GPP and WiMAX suggestions From high to low need: Conversational class (voice, whether IP-or TDM/ATM-based) Streaming class (spilling video) Interactive class (web scanning) Background (non-intuitive information) Potentially synchronization and other control activity in a different class

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Scope (2): Synchronization Migration to all parcel systems implies loss of TDM clock source Components of sync Frequency (2G, 3G, 3.5G) Phase (4G now and again) Time of Day Packet based Out-of-band (GPS, legacy E1 timing) is outside of degree Packet based strategies are in extension for Phase 1 Synchronization quality prerequisites reference the ITU G.8261 standard The IA is rationalist to particular techniques/usage like versatile timing, RTP-developed versatile timing, IEEE1588 and so on. Synchronous Ethernet in extension for future stages Eliminates the expense and requirement for maintenance of T1/E1 circuit exclusively for synchronization Carrier Ethernet for Mobile Carriers

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General proposal for Fault Protection: Required at system controller Not obligatory at base station Implementations will be driven by application needs, client inclination, and cost Scope (3): Reliability and Availability Carrier Ethernet for Mobile Carriers

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Scope (4): Evolution Support MBH Generic Interworking Function (GIWF) User to Network Interface (UNI) Supports Multiple Generations of Mobile Backhaul Scalable consolidation enables backhaul of any mix of 2G/3G voice and information activity over a solitary CE RAN Designed to bolster 4G/LTE systems 4G NC 2G Ethernet RNC 3G BTS T1/E1 OC3/STM-1 ATM (Iub) T1/E1 (TDM and ATM) N x GigE NodeB Carrier Ethernet Eth Ethernet (EVDO/HSPA/3G Rel.5) Access Device Gateway BSC CH OC3/STM-1 or E1/T1 (Abis) 4G Ethernet eNodeB (LTE) BS (WiMAX)

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Scope (5): Scalability Carrier BTS/NodeB BTS/NodeB The MBH engineering is versatile, pleasing all well known access systems Splitter ONT Ethernet over Microwave BTS/NodeB PON Fiber Direct Fiber or FTTC Wireless CO (RNC/BSC) N x GigE BTS/NodeB Ethernet over Bonded PDH (E1/DS1) Carrier (Bonded) Copper BTS/NodeB MBH Generic Interworking Function (GIWF) User to Network Interface (UNI) Network to Network Interface (NNI) (being worked on)

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Scope (6): Migration from Legacy Networks Legacy Network Non-Ethernet Interface GIWF Non-Ethernet Interface GIWF Carrier Ethernet Network Ethernet interface Radio Access Network Base Station Ethernet interface RAN Network Controller UNI MEF Implementation Agreement indicates 4 use cases Allow relocation or prompt move to Carrier Ethernet isolating backhaul of voice and information or incorporated portable information and voice in a Carrier Ethernet system. Case : Use Case 1a: Hybrid Offload – information traded utilizing Carrier Ethernet, voice transport stays with legacy organize just the length of important The Generic Inter-working Function (GIWF) gives usefulness that permits RAN CE gadgets with a Non-Ethernet I/F to send movement over an Ethernet UNI: User Network Interface

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A New Opportunity for Wire-line Service Providers Opportunity The new understanding gives another wholesale chance to influence existing wire-line backhaul base and limit Driven by the relocation of portable innovations to Ethernet backhaul The MBH Implementation assentions helps wholesalers It expresses the necessities Includes particular Service Level Specifications that are required for transport of Mobile Backhaul crosswise over wire-line backhaul Other deliverables for wire-line wholesalers Back-up slides toward the end of the deck contain further business case and Mobile Backhaul basics for these wholesale open doors New Revenue open doors for wire-line administration suppliers

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MEF Mobile Backhaul Phased Development Phase 1 (The principal Specification: MEF 22 January 2009) Ethernet Virtual Connections (EVC) traverse a solitary MEN. Synchronization is either conveyed outside of the Ethernet transport system or utilizing a parcel based strategy that is straightforward to the MEN*, e.g. regarded as standard Service Frames. The versatile gauges that are considered are: GSM, WCDMA, CDMA2000, and WiMAX 802.16e. Later stages (for further study) Ethernet Virtual Connections (EVCs) spreading over subjective number of MENs. Other synchronization strategies. Other versatile gauges, for example, LTE (Long Term Evolution). Augmented engineering degree, e.g. portable center system and extra versatile system reference focuses. * For consistency Carrier Ethernet systems are alluded to Metro Ethernet Networks (MEN) in the particulars

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Summary Mobile Operators must overhaul their backhaul to Ethernet MEF Implementation understanding characterizes a typical methodology for all Service suppliers Carrier Ethernet in the RAN opens new open doors for settled line administrators The movement to Ethernet RAN has begun Carrier Ethernet commanded for 4G/LTE

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