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Title: Emerging Trends in Telecommunication

Emerging Trends in Telecommunication
  • Rony Mohan
  • Jithin Kumar
  • Anurag Nath
  • Karthik Rajan

Emerging Technologies
  • Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO)
  • New Generation Network (NGN)
  • Long Term Evolution (LTE)
  • IP Multimedia System (IMS)

Cellular Telecommunication
  • A cellular telephone system links mobile station
    (MS) subscribers into the public telephone system
    or to another cellular systems MS subscriber.
  • GSM networks are made up of Mobile services
    Switching Centres (MSC), Base Station Systems
    (BSS)and Mobile Stations (MS).
  • The cells are normally represented by a hexagon,
    but in practice they are irregular in shape. This
    is as a result of the influence of the
    surrounding terrain, or of design by the network

  • The two main types of operators are
  • mobile network operators (MNOs)
  • Ex Nokia Siemens Networks
  • mobile service operators (MSOs)
  • Ex Vodafone
  • Recently a new business concept called MVNO has
  • Mobile Virtual Network Operators was introduced
    first in Europe with an intention to bring the
    cost of calling /data service by increasing
    competition in market.

  • SIM-based mobile services without the network or
    rights to the required radio spectrum.
  • MVNOs can be described as a subgroup of MSOs.
  • The radio capacity used to provide these services
    is gained through commercial agreements with
    licensed mobile network operators.
  • MVNOs deliver their own SIM cards and take care
    of the branding, marketing, billing and customer
  • The simplified business objective would be to
    maximize the profit of the total business, i.e.
  • Profit ARPU
    Customers Cost

  • Business strategy scenarios
  • low price
  • Narrow focus a cell phone user may be able to
    subscribe to a network operator plus multiple
    MVNOs for specific data services over the same
    phone. One MVNO could provide sports news,
    another weather and traffic
  • Service differentiation providing value added
    service to .

    demanding customers like organisations
    which need both landline aswell as mobile
  • Service reselling MVNO with strong technology
    competences but low brand value can select to
    become a reseller and enabler for other MVNOs
    already having a strong brand
  • International clustering Global and regional
    MNOs can select to enter a new country as a MVNO
    instead of investing
  • in or acquiring a local MNO

New Generation Network
  • Next big thing to happen in telecom.
  • It is a packet-based network which can provide
    services including Telecommunication Services and
    able to make use of multiple broadband.
  • For voice applications one of the most important
    devices in NGN is a Softswitch a programmable
    device that controls Voice over IP (VoIP) calls.
    It enables correct integration of different
    protocols within NGN
  • Use of intelligent networks to send both data and
    voice as packets through common data channel.
  • Just like VOIP, but today its implemented only by
    specific organizations for their specific use.
  • Imagine telecom Giant like BSNL implementing
    VOIP throughout the country that is NGN

Long Term Evolution (LTE)
  • It is a dominant mobile data technology for the
    next decade.
  • It is a radio platform technology that will allow
    operators to achieve even higher peak throughputs
    than HSPA in higher spectrum bandwidth.
  • LTE is part of the GSM evolutionary path for
    mobile broadband, following EDGE, UMTS, HSPA
    (HSDPA HSUPA combined) and HSPA Evolution
  • The first commercial LTE networks were launched
    by TeliaSonera in Norway and Sweden in December
  • LTE capabilities include Downlink peak data rates
    up to 326 Mbps Uplink peak data rates up to
    86.4 Mbps with 20 MHz bandwidth

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  • LTE provides an extremely high performance
    radio-access technology that offers full
    vehicular speed mobility and that can readily
    coexist with HSPA and earlier networks. Because
    of scalable bandwidth, operators will be able to
    easily migrate their networks and users from HSPA
    to LTE over time.
  • LTE assumes a full Internet Protocol (IP) network
    architecture and is designed to support voice in
    the packet domain.
  • It incorporates top-of-the-line radio techniques
    to achieve performance levels beyond what will be
    practical with CDMA approaches, particularly in
    larger channel bandwidths.
  • LTE systems will coexist with 3G and 2G systems.
    Multimode devices will function across LTE/3G or
    even LTE/3G/2G, depending on market

IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)
  • It is a generic architecture for offering
    multimedia and voice over IP services, defined by
    3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).
  • IMS is access independent as it supports multiple
    access types including GSM, WCDMA, CDMA 2000,
    WLAN, Wireline broadband and other packet data
  • IMS will make Internet technologies, such as web
    browsing, e-mail, instant messaging and video
    conferencing available to everyone from any
  • It allow operators to introduce new services,
    such as web browsing, WAP and MMS, at the top
    level of their packet-switched networks

  • Capabilities and Benefits
  • IMS provides a flexible IP media management and
    session control platform that operators can layer
    over their current network infrastructure.
  • IMS allows operators to leverage long-term value
    of existing network equipment, reducing the
    capital investment associated with new service
    development and deployment.
  • Access to network services can be secured through
    a web-friendly interface, enabling third-party
    developers, service providers and even
    subscribers to self-manage their service
  • Simplified, secure access for all parties means
    fewer network staff resources are needed to
    manage new services, which in turn reduces
    delivery and operations costs and offers higher
    pricing flexibility.
  • Subscribers can control when and how they
    communicate. They can choose the most appropriate
    medium or combination of mediavideo, voice,
    text, images, or instant messagesall available
    simultaneously and in real time.
  • Over the IP backbone, operators can quickly bring
    new services to market, targeting new segments to
    attract new revenue streams.

  • Services through the IMS Solution
  • Presence services
  • Full Duplex Video Telephony
  • Instant messaging
  • Unified messaging
  • Multimedia advertising
  • Multiparty gaming
  • Videostreaming
  • Web/Audio/Video Conferencing
  • Push-to services, such as push-to-talk,
    push-to-view, push-to-video

Motorola IMS Solution
  • A Telecom Industry Case Study

Liquid Technology.
  • It promises to ease telecom network congestion
    and possibly change the market for such equipment
    for good.
  • It shares network resources across mobile and
    broadband networks, similar to cloud computing.
  • It is a solace for telecom operators around the
    world who are struggling with a shortage of
    network capacity as the use of video on
    smartphones and tablets proliferates.

Four key enablers to making networks more fluid
  • Self-aware, self-adapting
  • The network needs to be always aware of the
    user demand, service needs and its current
    operational state.
  • Software-defined applications on multi-purpose
  • Network applications, mainly hardware
    independent, defined by software and highly
    configurable, running on multi-purpose platforms,
    achieve flexible capacity across the network.
  • Inter-linked architecture
  • Liquid Net features a much more inter-linked
    architecture that allows capacity and processing
    to flow freely across the network.
  • Investment-protection, evolution
  • Innovation often comes at a price the need
    to replace existing infrastructure with new
    equipment, wasting previous investments.

Liquid Net Tapping into the future ofbroadband
  • Liquid Radio Redefining base station-based
  • It self-adapts its capacity and coverage to match
    fluctuating user demand. Through baseband
    pooling, it redefines the conventional structure
    of base stations and repositions their components
    in new ways to achieve unprecedented scalability.
  • It also offers Heterogeneous Networks, which
    enable all network layers to be used as a
    logically unified network.
  • Another aspect of Liquid Radio is Active Antenna
    System technology, which supports multiradio and
    multi-band access for GSM, 3G, LTE and
    LTE-Advanced, providing up to 65 capacity gain.
  • Liquid Core The foundation of the broadband
  • Fluidity in the core network (IMS functions)
    smartly tailors and delivers services and
    content, and dynamically provides the capacity
    needed to ensure the best customer experience at
    the lowest cost.
  • Intelligent Broadband Management allows a network
    that is aware of, and can adapt to, user demands
    to deliver the best customer experience at the
    lowest cost.

  • Liquid Transport Free-flowing traffic across
    network layers
  • The transport infrastructure implements fluidity
    to ensure services can be delivered to all
    possible clients simply and quickly, while
    keeping costs as low as possible.
  • Liquid Transport achieves more flexibility and
    scalability by making the optical transport
    layer, the lowest layer with the least Total Cost
    of Ownership (TCO), more software configurable.
  • It also introduces a multi-layer intelligent
    control plane to enable flexible, rapid and easy
    network operation and service provisioning.

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