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Workshop with OTA (Algeria)

L. Chotard, K. Amer, C. Manica, R. Deniel


May 11, 2011
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Agenda 1 | 2G/3G/LTE Radio Deep Dive 2 | Light Radio Overview 3 | RFS Antennas Solution 4 | IP Transport Overview 5 | IMS Overview 6 | Next steps

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Agenda 1 | 2G/3G/LTE Radio Deep Dive

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Agenda

2 | Light Radio Overview

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CALL FOR CHANGES IN THE NETWORK

Base Stations needed in a Tier 1 City for LTE greenfield deployment


# Base Stations 2,500 Based Based Based Based on on on on Downlink BW Uplink BW Erlangs Signaling

2,000

1,500

1,000

500

2011
Source:

2012

2013

2014

2015

Modeling real network data with industry growth forecasts Alcatel-Lucent

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A path towards reducing TCO by >50%

A natural evolution toward lowering the cost per bit


3G only 0% 2011 2012 2013 2014

3G+ 25%
-22% -27%

LTE introduced
-27% -33%

Small Cells and LTE combined

Small Cells introduced 50%

-51%
lightRadio

Up to 55% savings in urban areas

TCO reduction

Source: Based on Bell Labs analysis using Wireless Strategy Optimizer modeling 20 mil. urban pop. and traffic forecasts

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How To Change Wireless Networks ?

Today

Tomorrow

Key Enablers

A new Radio:

A new Digital Processing :

A new Topology:

Wide Band and Invisible

Integrated and fully programmable

Virtualized

Simpler, Lighter . . . Enabling Cloud-like Networks Simpler & Lighter Networks Alcatel-Lucent Light Radio

putting it all together


1. Wideband Adaptive Array Antenna Reduce Base Station footprint via: integrating RF elements with antennas, one antenna for multiple freq. Bands => ultimately reduce OPEX & CAPEX Increased capacity 2. Multi-band Remote Radio Head Reduce footprint by supporting multiple frequency bands in single RRH unit => reduce OPEX More power-efficient => More Green! 3. SoC Baseband Flexibly supports all technologies across small cell, macro and Centralized BB Pooling enables load balancing & increases capacity Paving the way to leverage LTEadvanced

e2e IP management

W AAA / BBU

Small Cells

4. Transport Enhancement Advanced compression techniques and WDM bring significant backhaul improvements.

MB RRH

IP Backhaul

CPRI W AAA

5. Universal Radio Control Virtualization across technologies and Control topologies on unified platform (RNC, BSC, SmallCell GW, etc.) Effective use of CAPEX IP & mobility through pooling of resources management 6. E2E Unified Management Common OA&M management via SAM Continue to leverage proven platform

BBU pooling

Light Radio has several innovative components that make up a reduced TCO, end-to-end solution
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New Product Family New Products :


lightRadio Wideband Active Array Antenna lightRadio Multiband Remote Radio Head lightRadio Metrocell lightRadio Baseband Processing lightRadio Controller Common management Platform

WB AAA Baseband

MB RRH

Metrocell

Key Enablers:
Bell Labs innovations in RF components Baseband system-on-a-chip (SoC) Bell Labs advanced CPRI compression Network MiMO/CoMP leadership End-to-end IP design and management
T M

Controller

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The Timeline for

Train delivery model every six months

Enabling Virtual RAN Controller Cloud Telco in GPP & IT servers Complete Family 2G/3G/4G Multitechno BBU (SoC) Dynamic BBU Pooling Common Controller macro and metro/small cells

First Commercial Products 2G/3G/4G Wideband AAA and Multi band RRH BBU Pool New Controller platform 2G/3G All technos (macro/small) under common OAM for wireless and wireline Foundation and Trials Active Antenna trials with Light Radio Cube : 4G + 3G Trials for all in one LTE Metro Cells UltraCompact Light Radio BBU

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015+

Base Station Configurations Antenna Radio lightRadio AAA All-in-one lightRadio All-in-one Most Product configurations Metro and Macro Baseband

lightRadio AAA

lightRadio Conventional BBU

Passive Passive Antenna Antenna

lightRadio Multi-band RRH

lightRadio Centralized Baseband

Passive Antenna

Single Band RRH

Existing BBU

Cube

Building block for Active Array Antenna

SNAP

WB-AAA

Multi-band/Multi-Technology
Converged RAN compatible Per band power management Reduces # of antennas required/site

Reduced Site Costs

Higher reliability Loss of single element does not impact entire band (FRU) Beam forming Reduces interference Up to 30% higher capacity with vertical beamforming

WB-AAA provides all the benefits of Active Array Antennas with reduced tower top footprint through simultaneous multi-band support

Wide-Band Active Array Antenna (WB-AAA)

Wideband AAA technology


typically 18 dBi (resp 16) per high (resp low) band and 2x40W PA efficiency > 45% Multi-band capability Passive antenna support (hybrid WB-AAA)
Band 1 Band 2

AAA Enablers for coverage/capacity enhancement:


Less connector losses with AAA Digital tilt (independent tilt per carrier, independent Rx/Tx tilt, ) Vertical beam pattern control (vertical beamforming)

CPRI

BBU

GSM/WCDMA/LTE use case


Per sector

RF performance
Sub-GHz WB-AAA
GSM 900: 4 TRX @10W radiated WCDMA 900: 2 car @20W radiated LTE 800: MIMO 2x40W radiated

1.8 2G/LTE 800MHz LTE 900MHz 2G+3G 2.1GHz 3G 2.6 GHz LTE

Hi-Band WB-AAA
WCDMA 2.1: 2 MIMO car @2x20W radiated LTE 2.6: MIMO 2x40W radiated GSM/LTE 1800:
6 TRX @10W or MIMO 2x40W radiated Or GSM/LTE mix

BBU

GSM/WCDMA/LTE use case

(hybrid WB-AAA)

Per sector
1.7/2.2GHz passive 800MHz LTE 900MHz 2G+3G 2.1GHz 3G 2.6 GHz LTE

RF performance
Sub-GHz WB-AAA
Same as before

X X X X X X X X

Hi-Band Hybrid WB-AAA


WCDMA 2.1: 2 MIMO car @2x20W radiated LTE 2.6: MIMO 2x40W radiated Passive Xpol antenna for 1,7/2,2 GHz band

RRH

BBU

WB-AAA architecture

Digital to RF converter

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter PA

Digital to RF converter

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter PA

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter PA

Digital to RF converter

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter

Digital to RF converter

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter PA

Digital to RF converter

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter

Digital to RF converter

RF to digital converter Digital to RF converter

Int. I/Q

Beam processing
Int. -48v

PSD

LNA PA

LNA PA

RF to digital converter

LNA PA

LNA PA

RF to digital converter

LNA

LNA PA

LNA PA

LNA PA

RF to digital converter

LNA PA

LNA PA

RF to digital converter

LNA

LNA PA

LNA

LNA PA

RF to digital converter

LNA

LNA PA

RF to digital converter

Primary -48V CPRI

Synergies Macro & Metro Cells in

Common Network Control:


Same management system for macro and metro cells SAM 5620

Radio Cube

Metro / SNAP Macro

Common Building Blocks in Radio Access Points:


Same SoC family for macro and metro BBU software convergence Same RF cube architecture to build WBAAA and SNAP Common Feature set: Based on common software

WB-AAA 2G+3G+LTE

Multiband Remote Radio Head

Compact, green

Industry First Product Announcement


Dual band supporting multiple technologies Software Defined Radio-on-a-chip design Fully compatible with Converged RAN
Dual Band Antenna

Same size and weight as todays single band RRH


Less mass and wind loading

Multiband RRH

Technology Advancement
Based on Radio on a Chip (RoC) and Digital on a Chip (DoC) technology Advanced digital pre-distortion algorithms State of the art amplifiers
MB-RRH

MB-RRH provides Greener, lower TCO solution with reduced tower top footprint through RoC/DoC and advanced amplifier/DPD technologies
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Multi-Band Remote RF Head (MB-RRH)

Dual-Band multi-technology RRH allows operators to support any 2 frequency band combinations and any technology (GSM, CDMA, WCDMA & LTE) with a single small solution, made of
Two Wide-Band transceivers, based on Software Defined Radio on a Chip (RoC) and Digital on a Chip (DoC) devices + latest PA technologies
Only 2 variants (Sub-GHz bands and high bands) will be needed to cover all frequency bands of interest

One Dual Band Dual duplexer (any band combination)

Target performance
2x2x60W RF (e.g. MIMO 4x4 or dual band MIMO 2x2) Up to 8 WCDMA MIMO carriers, up to 2 LTE 20MHz MIMO carriers, up to 12 1X/DO carriers, up to 12 GSM TRX Module weight < 10kg, solution weight < 25kg
Dual Band Dual Duplexer

Multi-Band RRH

Wideband Transceivers

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MB-RRH EMEA typical use case

MB-RRH 800/900
GSM 900: up to 4 TRX @15W/c ToC 3G 900: 2 car @30W/c ToC LTE 800: MIMO 2x60W ToC

Per sector
2.1GHz 3G 2.6GHz LTE 800MHz LTE 900MHz 2G+3G 1.8GHz 2G/LTE

RRH 1.8 (sub-equipped MB-RRH)


GSM 1800: up to 6 TRX @20W ToC or 2x60W LTE or mix

MB-RRH 2.1/2.6
3G 2.1: up to 4 car @30W/c ToC or 3 MIMO car @2x20W
Alt.: 2 MIMO car @2x30W/c ToC

XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX

XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX

LTE 2.6: MIMO 2x60W ToC

Antenna
2.1/2.6 antenna may be single Xpol broadband No longer independent RF optimization (tilt, ), diplexer required at MBRRH level Same may apply to 800/900 antenna paths

MB-RRH 2.1/2.6

MB-RRH RRH 1.8 800/900

BBU

Baseband Processing

Integrated and fully programmable

Employs system-on-a-chip design


SoC supports 2G, 3G and 4G processing
TM

Deployment Flexibility & Investment Protection


Conventional, clustering, or pooling

Stepwise evolution toward pooling


Step 1: Clustering
No BBUs at BTS site fewer truck rolls

1U Design

Step 2: Pooling
load balancing saves up to 15-20% BB processing

Step 3:Coordinated Multi-Site Processing


Advanced features e.g. CoMP, Dynamic ICIC
Up to 2x the macro capacity

High Density BBU Design

Multi-technology, agnostic platform with deployment flexibility


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BaseBand Unit (BBU)

Software defined BBU, powered by SoC technology, composed of


Control + Modem (C+M SoC) board supporting multi-technology controller & modem functions Supports any combination of GSM, WCDMA and LTE Capacity expansion for 1U form factor through: additional modem board (Modem-SoC) in 1U enclosure Further capacity expansion by stacking 1Us 1U x 19 x 300mm, 180W power consumption at max digital configuration Further stackable to build BBU Hotel Same BBU used for different BTS architectures: All-in-One, traditional Macro, or BBU hotel
Power

Additional Modem (SoC)


Power

Stackable

BBU

Controller + Modem (SoC)


TM

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Alcatel-Lucent Proprietary (Use Pursuant to Company Instructions)

Modem-SoC Capacity 1U Form Factor BDM Additional Modem (SoC)


Power

Controller + Modem (SoC)


TM

Stackable
Power

BBU

Each modem (Modem-SoC or the Modem part of C+M SoC board) supports up to:
3 Sectors LTE 20 MHz 4x4 MIMO carrier, or 3 Sectors four WCDMA carriers

Fully equipped 1U BBU (2 modems) can support


3 Sector LTE 20MHz 4x4 MIMO carriers + 12 WCDMA cells + 36 GSM TRX

BBU stackable to increase further the WCDMA and/or LTE capacity


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Transport and Centralized Baseband Processing

Bell Labs Innovation CPRI compression 3x

Up to 3:1 CPRI compression

CPRI over Dark Fiber

Point-to-Point fiber between W-AAA & BBU One fiber per W-AAA

<40 km CPRI over CWDM, PON

Point-to-Point wavelength between W-AAA & BBU One fiber per radio site (up to 8 W-AAAs) Possible reuse of residential PON infrastructure

<40 km

Optimizing transport through CPRI compression and WDM


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Small Cells

Adding Metro capacity

Outdoor Deployment
Smart Network of Antennas Panel (SNAP) leverages benefits of Light Radio Cube Fully digital antenna beam forming (3GPP Rel-8 to Rel-10 compatible) 50mW to 500mW per element (8 elements panel) Flexible and progressive RF Providing 60%-80% indoor coverage at 64 QAM (measured) Many backhaul options (GPON, microwave, etc.)
coverage Adding capacity where its needed

Lowering the cost per bit


Higher gain and lower transmitted power

Metro cells critical for macro capacity offload


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Controller

Bringing all control functions together

Open platform
Based on ATCAv2

Applications are virtualized to conserve resources


RNC BSC Small Cells Gateway Wi-Fi controller

Highly scalable
Add processing as-needed

Common platform for supporting radio controller functions


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Resulting configuration on ATCA chassis

example: 1 Small cell GW instance, 1 BSC instance, 1 RNC instance

In minimum multi-techno configuration 6 slots available

GW

BSC

RNC

E2E Unified Management

via 5620 Service Aware Manager (SAM)


End-to-end IP management (incl. services) Mobile Network
5620 SAM

LTE eNode B

SGW

Evolved Packet Core

PGW

Cross-layer layer coordination and management

MME

PCRF

Comprehensive End-to-end management solution spanning mobile & transport network


Consistent, simplified configuration across all elements Multi-layer performance management enabling SON Highly scalable Single GUI Coordinated security infrastructure

BSC/RNC 2G/3G BTS

SGSN or PDSN

GGSN or HA

OMC

Mobile Transport

7705 SAR 9500 MPR

7705 SAR 7450 ESS 9500 MPR 7710 SR 7750 SR

7750 SR

Simplified network operation Reduced OPEX

7710 SR

IP/MPLS
Mobile Backhaul IP/MPLS Aggregation Network Mobile Backbone

Common OA&M management via proven SAM platform


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has a dramatic impact on operational expenses The impact of pooling and clustering
SRAN lightRadio

-66% -60% -51% -25%

Site Rental

Civil Works

Power Consumption

Operations & Maintenance

Average cost reduction by half with lightRadio vs. SRAN


Source: Bell Labs analysis
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Agenda

3 | RFS Antennas solution

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Agenda

4 | IP Transport Overview

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Mobile Backhaul Blueprint Solution


The Game has Changed
Mobile Backhaul
Wireless Packet Core

Explosive demand for new services and applications the traffic mix is changing new 4G networking architectures existing model is not sustainable IP and Ethernet begin to dominate
Mobile Backhaul is key component to subscriber Quality of Experience (QoE) It can differentiate one service provider from another

Mobile backhaul cost factors

Mobile Backhaul Blueprint Solution


What are the Challenges for the customer?
Wireless Packet Core 2G, 3G, LTE Base Stations Mobile Backhaul 2G, 3G, LTE Network Controllers Converged Backbone

Converged network management


5620 SAM

Customer Challenges 1. Reducing cost of MBH


Ensure cost of per BIT (OPEX, CAPEX) is in line with revenue per bit.

2.Evolution to all IP Requiring an IP transformation in the network and within the organization.

Alcatel-Lucents Approach
Multi-service Mobile Backhaul Platforms for 2G, 3G and LTE
Convergence over TDM Network
GSM BTS NodeB
nxT1/E1/DS3 T1/E1 TDM ATM/IMA (nxT1/E1) OC3ch STM1ch

ILEC or microwave TDM network

RNCs BSCs

MPLS or GRE Tunnel CDMA BTS BTS NodeB eNodeB


ML-PPP

MTSO AGGREGATION

Ethernet ATM

7705 SAR
Ethernet Ethernet

(OC3/STM1)

Carrier Ethernet (MPLS) or IP network

7750 SR

Convergence over Ethernet Network

Cell Site (Aggregation)


Multi-generational support (2G, 3G, 4G) Any media access Accurate synchronization Zero-touch provisioning and config. LTE-readiness (L3)

Network (Transport)
Reliable transport QoS alignment with mobile layer Flexible re-use of existing resources End-to-end management (L2/L3) LTE readiness

MTSO (Aggregation/Optimization)
Reliability (LAG, MC-APS, pw-red) Full set of L2 and L3 features (MLS, ER) Edge routing + backbone VPN edge Intra-MTSO consolidation LTE-readiness (IPsec)

Infrastructure and Networking Flexibility


ATM (& IMA) TDM
(CESop &SAToP)

Serial data
V.35, RS232, X.21

IP
PPP/ML-PPP POS or Ethernet

Ethernet

E&M

IP Native Services Pseudowire Infrastructure & IP VPN VPLS

ATM (& IMA)

TDM

MPLS Tunnel

GRE Tunnel

IP Routing & Forwarding

Ethernet

T1/E1, DS-3 OC3/STM-1 clear OC3/STM-1 ch

T1/E1 DS-3

Ethernet, POS, PPP/ML-PPP over T1/E1, DS3 T1 / E1 -> OC3*/STM1* MLPPP/ GPON, xDSL, Microwave Packet Ethernet Radio, CWDM

FE/GE

Network Dynamic Resiliency Solutions


5620 SAM End-to-End Service Management Traffic Engineering Tools to Model Failures 7705 SAR Global Restoration via Traffic Engineered, Disjoint, Secondary Switched Path Static to Dynamic Pseudowire Interworking

Controller

MTSO
9500 MPR Available uplink Layer 2 protection: Ethernet: LAG T1/E1: MLPPP Pseudowire Redundancy <50 ms Restoration via Fast Reroute (FRR) Multi-chassis APS, LAG

Resilient Networking is Built on a Resilient Platform

Platform Resiliency Solutions


Available redundancy of all systems: cooling, power, fabric, etc. 7705 SAR inherits HA differentiators from SR family Non-stop tunneling:
Rapid failover Non-stop pseudowire signaling

99.999% Network Reliability

Maintenance of carrier-grade features across all form factors:


Solid platform and networking resiliency, especially from the hub in

Cell Site/Small Hub

Hub/Large Cell Site

MTSO

Consistent High Availability Approach across Form Factor Range

Comprehensive, Flexible and Validated Synchronization

External Synchronization

L2 or L3 PSN

PRC

Line Synchronization

PDH, SDH, NTR, I-frame

Timing over Packet (Adaptive Clock Recovery, IEEE 1588v2 PTP, NTP) Synchronous Ethernet

L2 or L3 PSN

Client

Ixia validates 1588V2 on 7705


Master Clock
Synchronous Ethernet

Boundary Clock Transparent Clock

IP/MPLS Forum mobile backhaul certification


46 protocol tests and 11 synchronization performance tests All tests passed: T1 & E1 Certified: 7750 SR & 7705 SAR

Synchronous Ethernet tests for GSM-R systems


Extensive (24-hop) performance test with temperature variation Timing deviation (TDEV) two orders of magnitude under the required sync mask

Bell Labs Algorithms for Enhanced ACR and 1588


Enforceable SLAs with Resiliency & QoS Manageable via embedded OAM Layers Synchronization becomes a Managed Service

A History of Innovation

7750 SR

7450 ESS

7710 SR

7450 ESS6

7705 SAR

7210 SAS

2003

2004 5620 SAM

2005 5750 SSC

2006 OSS CPP

2007

2008

2009

5650 CPAM 5670 RAM

Portfolio Positioning in Mobile Backhaul


First mile Larger sites/hubs Large hubs/PoCs MTSO/Backbone (Core)

Ethernet / MPLS

Backbone

5620 SAM

7210 SAS

7705 SAR-8

7705 SAR-18 7705 SAR-18 7750 SR

7705 SAR-F

7705 SAR-8

Compact, hardened Low power consumption End-to-end networking

5Gb/s 50Gb/s Aggregation and backhaul Scalable fan-in

+ 50 Gb/s Aggregation and backhaul Scalable fan-in

>500Gb/s Aggregation, backbone Core and intra-MTSO roles

Common SR-OS & Management

Optimize CAPEX

Reduce OPEX

Evolve As Needed

The 7705 SAR product family


Cost-optimized compact carrier class Multi-service, multi-protocol hardened aggregation router family Extensive feature set and functionality Architected and implemented for service delivery (traffic management, provisioning, OAM, etc..) Diverse media connectivity support
Fiber, CWDM, GPON, 8-pair VDSL2, ADSL2+, G.SHDSL, Microwave, Coaxial
7705 SAR-18
140 Gb/s HD Large aggregation hubs or smaller central sites

7705 SAR-8
12 Gb/s HD Small medium aggregation sites

Future proof architecture to address evolving aggregation requirements

7705 SAR-F
2 Gb/s HD Small sites

A family of powerful IP/MPLS aggregation and routing platforms

7708 SAR-8 Characteristics


- 48V/+24V Power Feeds Redundant Control Modules Fan Tray

7705 SAR

2 RU High

Compact, Modular Chassis for Cell Sites and Hubs


2RU high 19 width and 10 depth 2 control module slots, 6 half-wide I/O slots -40C to +65C operating temperature range

Dense access via flexible adapter cards


7705 SAR-18 and 7705 SAR-8 Adapter Cards

Ethernet
8-port Ethernet: 6 ports of 10/100 Base-TX 2 ports of 10/100/1000 with small form factor pluggable (SFP) optics

SONET/SDH
4-port OC-3/STM-1 clear channel 2-port OC-3/ STM-1 channelized

Legacy
6-port E&M 12-port Serial Data Interface (SDI) card

ASAP
16-port ASAP T1/E1 32-port ASAP T1/E1

DS3/E3
4-port DS3/E3

Auxiliary Alarm
Auxiliary alarm card with 24 digital alarm inputs, 2 analog inputs and 8 output relays

Wide range of modular access and network interface options for application flexibility

7705 SAR-F Characteristics

Integrated Control and Fabric

2 X GigE SFPs

Alarm

Management

BITS

16 Ports of T1/E1 ASAP

6 X10/100 Ethernet -48 V/+24V Power Feeds

Dense, rugged 1 RU high, 10 depth form factor 16, T1/E1 ASAP ports 6, 10/100 Ethernet ports 2, 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports Temp. range: -40C to +65C (-40F to 149F) Dual Power Feeds: (-48V DC, +24V DC) External AC Power Option

7705 SAR-18: High scalability multiservice networking


Extending the 7705 SAR product line
To more efficiently serve larger aggregation hubs/points of concentration A new benchmark for high-scale, multiservice, T1/E1based adaptation
140 Gb/s capacity in 10 RU platform (half-duplex) 12 x 1 Gb/s / 2.5 Gb/s compatible MDA slots plus 4 x 10 Gb/s MDA slots

4 x 10G adapter slots

Redundant 12 x 2.5G Alarm CSMs adapter slots Module

Redundancy of control, sync, power feeds, tunnels and pseudowires

Support for PDH/SONET/SDH, ATM and Ethernet


12 x 2.5G slots for existing and future SAR-8 adapter cards +50 STM-1/OC-3 ports 384 T1/E1 ports 4 x 10G slots for 10G/GigE/FE and OC-48/STM-16 line cards

7705 SAR-M & SAR-ME


Hot Insertable Module Slot Management Power Terminal Block

4 x GigE SFP

3 x GigE RJ45

16 T1/E1 ASAP

Timing/ToD Alarm I/O

Dense, rugged 1 RU high form factor w/ Module 16, T1/E1 ASAP ports 7 GE ports Temp. range: -40C to +65C (-40F to 149F) Dual Power Feeds: (-48V DC, +24V DC) External AC Power Option

GPON Module

VDSL/ADSL2+ Module

2p VDSL/ADSL2+, G.SHDSL Module

The 7210 Service Access Switch (SAS)

7210 SAS-D
Low-cost Ethernet demarcation switch

7210 SAS-E
Cost-effective Ethernet edge switch Wirespeed - 48 Gb/s

7210 SAS-M
MPLS-enabled Ethernet edge & aggregation switch Wirespeed - 128 Gb/s Fixed configuration + expansion slot: 24 x GigE (SFP) ports 2 x 10GigE (XFP) ports 4 x T1/E1 CES access ports

7210 SAS-X
High performance MPLS-enabled aggregation switch Wirespeed - 88 Gb/s

Wirespeed - 20 Gb/s

Fixed configuration: 6 x GigE (SFP) ports or 4 x 10/100/1000BASETX (copper) ports

Fixed configuration: 12 x GigE (SFP) ports 12 x 10/100/1000BASE-TX (copper) ports

Fixed configuration: 24 x GigE (SFP) ports 2 x 10GigE (XFP) ports

A family of compact, Ethernet edge and aggregation devices

Advanced Platforms: The 7750 SR Product Family

7750 SR-12
2 Tb/s 12 slots (10 user slots) in 1/3 rack High Availability, ISSU Terabit IP/MPLS multiservice router

7750 SR-7
1 Tb/s 7 slots (5 user slots) in 8RU High Availability, ISSU Mid-scale IP/MPLS multiservice router

7750 SR-c12
90 Gb/s 12 compact slots (or 3 full slots) High Availability, ISSU Small POP router for SPs & Verticals

7750 SR-c4
90 Gb/s 4 compact slots - fully front accessible Redt pwr & cooling Small POP router for business services edge

Industry-leading scale and intelligence for the convergence of sophisticated residential, business and mobile broadband IP services

Packed Microwave Radio


Nodal Split-Mount 9500MPR 7705 SAR with Integrated MW 7705 SAR

MSS-8

Optimized Microwave Nodal Site 9500 MPR-e Stand-alone Radio

7705 SAR

Optimized MPLS Node Site

IP/MPLS and microwave integration in the 7705 SAR


IP/MPLS Services & Features
IP/MPLS microwave links
Resilient Ring/mesh/linear topologies in mixed fiber-microwave networks: TE, FRR, PW redirection etc Resilient Synchronization: RF symbol rate over the air i/w with Sync Ethernet plus SSM Powerful e2e OAM tools across all interfaces Common e2e service management: 5620SAM
Eth site 9500 MPR-e 9500 MPR

Edge
9500 MPR-e

9500 MPR

7705 SAR

Best cost and performance in all scenarios


Common Radio throughout the network (less CAPEX and OPEX) Reduces amount of deployed indoor equipment at each site (less CAPEX) E2e common OAM procedures and protection over microwave and fixed media (less OPEX) Low power consumption at each site (less OPEX)
7705 SAR 7705 SAR 9500 MPR-e

5620 SAM

9500 MPR-e

7705 SAR

7705 SAR

Backbone

ALUs High Leverage Network


Multi-screen services Web and Enterprise 2.0

Converged Service Control Converged RAN


Policy Manager IMS Mobility Manager

Residential / Enterprise Gateways

Radio Access Ethernet/ MPLS/Optical

CNG IP/Optical Service Routers

VDSL/GPON/ Ethernet access

Converged Wireline Access

Converged Metro and Aggregation

Converged Edge

Converged Backbone

Converged Service-aware Network Management

Typical EMS/NMS vs. Service-Aware Management (SAM) Approach


SAM provides end-to-end unified element, network, and service management in one platform.

Value of Management Dependent on Level of Modeling


Business VPNs Enterprise Ethernet Access

SAM
Services

Triple Play Metro Ethernet Aggregation Mobile RAN Backhaul / Aggregation

NMS
Dynamic Path & Tunnels IP/MPLS Protocols

EMS

Physical

Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager (SAM) Unified Element + Network + Service-Aware Management in one platform
5620 SAM
Accelerated Network & Service Provisioning Reliable Network & Service Assurance Scalable, secure Architecture Operational Fit & Flexibility

Multi Service Access Metro Ethernet


9500 MPR OmniSwitch 6250 OmniSwitch 6400 OmniSwitch 6850

IP/MPLS Edge IP/MPLS & Wireless Core


7701 CPAA 7710 SR-c4 5780 DSC (PCRF)

7450 ESS-1

7450 ESS-12 9471 WMM (MME) 7750 SR-12 7450 ESS-7 7750 MG

1830 PSS 7450 ESS-6 7705 SAR-8 /-M 7710 SR-c12

7750 SR-1

OmniSwitch 6855 / 6855 U24-X

7705 SAR-F

7750 SR-7 OmniSwitch 9000 7210 SAS E/M/X

7250 SAS

Generic Support for 3rd Party Devices

Service Activation Service topology maps


Enables operator to view complex services for troubleshooting purposes
VLL switching with MC-LAG redundancy Multiple path VLL

VPRN service topology

Composite Services

Service topology including GNEs

Service Provider Environment Integration


Mediate all node in the Alcatel-Lucent SR, ESS, SAS portfolio Mediate fault, inventory and configuration/activation for third party NEs Pre-certified OSS Connected Partners to reduce deployment time Dedicated OSS integration team to support partners and customers

Alcatel OSS Partners


Fault & RCA

Traffic Engineering

Provisioning

Activation

Performance

SLA Reports

Mediation & Billing

OSS Systems

SAM-O

Use Generic NE feature to mediate CPEs also

Decrease Time to Market by 6 months


5620 SAM

Reduce Integration cost by

PE PE P2

P1 P1

P5 P5 P4 P4 PE PE

P3 PE

7750 SR: Part of Alcatel-Lucents AwardWinning Service Router Portfolio

Service Router Portfolio: Award Winning Technology

2007 Winner
Best New Product Concept (7705 SAR)

2008 Winner
Excellence in Technology Innovation (FP2 Silicon)

2008 Winner
Metro Network Technologies (FP2 Silicon)

2009 Winner
Best Telecom Equipment Award (7705 SAR)

2009 Winner
Vendor of the Year - Best Infrastructure Product (SR Portfolio)

2009 Winner
100 GE on the Service Router Portfolio

2009 Winner
Best Carrier Ethernet Switch/ Router Infrastructure (SR Portfolio)

2010 Winner
Network Infrastructure Wide Area Network (7750 SR Mobile Gateway)

ISOCORE TEST VALIDATION Alcatel-Lucents IP/MPLS Mobile Backhaul Solution


In March 2008 Isocore performed an independent evaluation of Alcatel-Lucents IP/MPLS Mobile Backhaul (MBH) solutions for GSM/UMTS/HSPA and CDMA/EVDO
Network: 1650 base stations aggregated over a shared (common) IP/MPLS backhaul environment for CDMA/EVDO and GSM/UMTS/HSPA
Over 1550 base stations supported over redundant MBH connections using multilink bundles (MLPPP and ATM/IMA), dual-homed or with MC-APS (or both) 113 channelized OC3 and OC12 ports (using ASAP cards) Total of 4,874 active DS1 and E1 circuits in network

Key theme: Resiliency and network availability


Consistently low recovery/convergence times across numerous failure scenarios (link, card and CPM fault scenarios) Multi-chassis APS providing inter-nodal protection Pseudowire redundancy for core to edge convergence

Evaluation of CES for MBH deployments


Network synchronization techniques and CES Adaptive and differential timing evaluation Setting new industry

standards for better scalability, 24 hour wander measurements of availability, MTIE and TDEV and superior resilience. higher

ISOCORE TEST VALIDATION UMTS/GSM Test Setup


Node- B Simulation
64 T1s 14 CES 8 ATM/IMA 32 ATM VC 252 ATM/IMA 1 STM-4 & 4 STM-1 504 E1s

RAN Aggregation Router


7705 SAR-8 AR-3

MPLS Transport with Pseudowire Redundancy

RNC/BSC Edge

RNC/BSC Simulation

To SAR 2

7750 SR-7 AR-1

7750 SR-7 MPLS Core/BSC/ RNC-Edge-1

Simulation

RNC

1046 Node-B Sites

84 CES 1 OC3 84 T1s

BSC

Agilent N2X Platform Node-B Simulation

252 protected ATM VCs 8 STM-1 circuits 504 E1s MC-APS Working/Protect

2x OC3 CES 4x OC12s ATM 4x Ch STM-1 ASAP RPW and MC-APS Working/Protect

Agilent N2X Platform BSC/RNC Simulation

Stratum 1 PRC

378 ATM/IMA 2x STM-4 4x STM-1 756 E1s

OC12 ATM Working OC12 ATM Protect

7750 SR-7 AR-2 To SAR 1


64 T1s 14 CES 8 ATM/IMA 32 ATM VC

7750 SR-7 MPLS Core/BSC/ RNC-Edge-2

STM-1 ATM/VC Working STM-1 ATM/VC Protect OC3 CES Working OC3 CES Protect STM-1 ATM/IMA STM-4 ATM/IMA Gigabit Ethernet 10 Gigabit Ethernet

7705 SAR-8 AR-4 Node-B & RNC/BSC Simulation = Single SR12

ISOCORE TEST VALIDATION Resiliency with MC-APS and Redundant Pseudowires

Mobile Backhaul Blueprint Solution


ALU - Market Leader in Mobile Packet Backhaul Alcatel-Lucent is #1 with 23% of 1H 2010 Ethernet cell site gateway and router worldwide revenue (for mobile backhaul)

Over 47 MPLS-based, LTE-ready backhaul wins and over 100 7705SAR IP/MPLS wins

The 7705 SAR The Market Leader in Mobile Backhaul


Over 60K nodes shipped to more than 135 customers (55+ mobile operators) Deployments in LTE and any-G backhaul
Alcatel-Lucent holds the #1 spot in the first half of 2010 for worldwide revenue in the fast-growing Ethernet cell site routers and gateways segment, ahead of Tellabs, Cisco, and Huawei

Alcatel-Lucent has the best backhaul equipment footprint with those operators that will be the first to launch LTE.

Reinforces Alcatel-Lucents continued success in mobile backhaul The 7705 SAR-18 bolsters the scale of its backhaul aggregation solution 9500 MPR and 7705 SAR integration and common management Supports backhaul and packet core convergence

Over 130 customers

7705 SAR Market Success (by end of 2010)


Total number of customers
130 120 110 100

Over 52,000 units shipped Total number of systems shipped


50000

45000

40000

35000 90 80 70 60 20000 50 40 30 10000 20 10 5000 15000 30000

25000

1Q09

2Q09

3Q09

4Q09

1Q10

2Q10

3Q10

4Q10

Alcatel-Lucent IP: Broad Diversity of Customers, Markets & Applications


290

45,000+ Service Routers shipped Deployed in 26 of the top 30 carriers worldwide Best revenue quarter in IP history, with record revenue from NA

275 260 245 230 215 200 185 170 155 140 125 110 95

and strong performance in EMEA


#2 worldwide in IP/MPLS Edge according to all leading industry

analyst firms for third consecutive quarter

Number of Customers Worldwide Number of Countries Deployed 2004 2005 1Q06


2Q06 3Q06 4Q06 1Q07 2Q07 3Q07 4Q07 1Q08 2Q08 3Q08 4Q08 1Q09 2Q09 3Q09 4Q09

80 65 50

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Alcatel-Lucent Customers IPD Service Routing Public Customers EMEA

NAR
Saclay

CALA

APAC

Mobile Backhaul Blueprint Solution


What the industry is saying?
LTE Backhaul Leader
When you look at the first operators to launch LTE in the U.S, Japan or Europe, one factor all these lead operators have in common is that they have undergone a refresh of their backhaul network leveraging one or more products from Alcatel-Lucent's backhaul portfolio.
Patrick Donegan, Heavy Reading, April 2010

#1 in IP Mobile Backhaul

Alcatel-Lucent holds the #1 spot in the first half of 2010 for worldwide revenue in the fast-growing Ethernet cell site routers and gateways segment.
Michael Howard, Infonetics, Sept 2010

Integrated Solutions

As mobile operators position to launch LTE services, an integrated and service aware backhaul infrastructure is required. Alcatel-Lucents 7705 SAR-18 brings the needed scale, the integrated 9500 MPR microwave provides the wireless infrastructure services, and the 5620 SAM provides a common management environment that ties the solution together.
Glen Hunt / Current Analysis, Jan 2011

Wireless and IP Expertise

Alcatel-Lucents main differentiator is that its full toolkit can fit customer needs. It has been in the industry long enough and has a broad enough range that it understands all aspects of mobility.
Xavier Ortiz / Aditya Kaul, ABI Research, Oct 2010

Our industry leading IP & MPLS mobile solutions are key foundational elements

IP/MPLS MW Ring with Fast Re-route Protection


2. MPLS re-route traffic to FRR tunnel
Protected LSP

1. MW link failed due to weather


2G/3G Voice

FRR Tunnel

3. Traffic merges back to the LSP

MPLS MW ring can leverage fast re-route technology to achieve rapid recovery Detection time ranges from 10 ms to 350ms Switching time under 50ms

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PW Redundancy for MSN Protection


2. Failure Notification 1. 7750#1 down

Active PW

7750 #1

Active STM-1

Controller

3. 7705 switches traffic to pink PW

Standard APS

Standby PW
7750 #2 Multi-chassis APS

In a typical MSO, there are dual MSN nodes (7750) for nodal protection In normal times, packet will flow to controller via the yellow PW and 7750#1 When 7750#1 fails, the MPLS remote end node will detect it (through regular routing/MPLS) and switch traffic to the pink PW and 7750#2

High Capacity IP/MPLS Backbone MW Ring


MW Access
7705

9500 MPR

Backbone 7750

MTSO

BSC

RNC

S-GW

7705

Fixed Access
N+0 MW

Product Details: 9500 MPR MSS-8 MSS-4 and MSS-1c IDU


MSS Microwave Service Switch
MSS-8

MSS-4
2

MSS-1c

Best in class compactness : Up to 12 ODUs in 2 Units Stand Alone Operation Mode Carrier Ethernet Fully Redundant, no single point of failure Supports ODU300, AWY ODU and new Generation MPT Radio TDM, ATM and ETH Aggregator

Product Details 9500 MPR - ODU MPT MC/HC/GC


Frequency Band 6 to 38 GHz, 4 to 128 QAM Static & Adaptive 3,5 to 28 MHz Up to 244 Mbs

MPT MC

Modulation Channel Spacing

Gigabit Ethernet
Electrical with Power Feed over Ethernet (CAT5)

Ethernet Throughput

MPT HC

Frequency Band Modulation

6 to 38 GHz, 4 to 256 QAM Static & Adaptive 3,5 to 56 MHz Up to 530 Mbs

Gigabit Ethernet
Electrical with Power Feed over Ethernet (CAT5) Optical with Power feed over separate Coax

Channel Spacing Ethernet Throughput

Frequency Band

70, 80 GHz, BPSK, QPSK 250 Mhz, 1000 Mhz Up to 1.2 Gbs

MPT GC

Modulation

Gigabit Ethernet
Up to 5 Ethernet Ports (LX, SX, Copper)

Channel Spacing Ethernet Throughput

Agenda

5 | IMS Overview

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A New Era of Communications

Fixed moving to Fiber Mobile broadband growing


Broadband everywhere

More, smarter connected


devices..

stimulating Application and Content Providers (ACPs)..

Mobile Voice ARPU is declining, but its and will be, the main source of revenue for mobile operators..

Requiring Service Providers to rethink their communications strategy


I cant wait for 4G and LTE to come, because we are just scratching the surface of the potential here

Skypes Russ Shaw VP Mobile

and requiring Operators to compete via the subscribers experience


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How can Alcatel-Lucent help them to compete? First by addressing the limitations in ACP offerings
ACP comms services do NOT interoperate with each other The experience suffers in 3G PS and is lacking in 2G & PSTN circuit No control over service quality and security
The biggest stumbling block may already be in place: it is not currently possible for users of different video-calling services to connect. FaceTime users cannot call Skype users or those using Google Video chat
Media article from CES 2011

No video chat interoperability between ACPs. Goes against Metcalfs law!

Service Providers can overcome these issues with our IMS Solution Global service interoperability and roaming: Making comms simple Service continuity: From IM to Voice to Video calling Quality and Security: High customer quality of experience

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And innovating with IMS application enablement


Rapid app creation and delivery Apples apps store now has over 350k apps and 10 billion downloads IMS APIs bridge the network with innovation Facebook has 600 million users Web integration IMS APIs enable social networking and web services integration - critical for enhanced comms services You have millions of subscribers on fixed & mobile IMS APIs enable new business opportunities to add value to 3rd party applications

Compete and partner with ACPs

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And it all starts with voice transformation


IMS VoIP is the primary application today
bVoIP

38 of the top 50 carriers have commercialized IMS Alcatel-Lucent experienced strong IMS growth in last 12 months with 95% YoY growth The primary applications today are consumer VoIP, business VoIP and PSTN modernization
cVoIP
Class-5 Repl
FMC

LTE Trial

RCS, Video.

Moving to mobility and multimedia Operators prepare for LTE with a strong focus on IMS for mobility RCS, video communications and IMS APIs provide the enablers for service providers to differentiate in the consumer and business markets
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LTE Redefines the wireless experience


Attractive data experience bandwidth Attractive investment latency Dynamic resources Global ecosystem

Spectral efficiency

providing fertile ground for mobile communications

VoIP Messaging

Video Web

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Without a comms strategy, LTE further accelerates comms fragmentation

SERVICES
Cloud SOCIAL NETWORKING VIDEO IM MMS SMS POTS MOBILE OS 1 MOBILE OS 2 MOBILE OS N FEATURE PHONES LAPTOPS SMART PHONES TABLETS HTML5 MACHINES WIMAX 4G LTE 2G/3G CS 2G/3G PS OTT N OTT 2 OTT 1

NETWORKS

ENTERPRISE N ENTERPRISE 2 ENTERPRISE 1

DSL & FIBER WIFI

DEVICES

ACCESSES

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Defrag Comms by deploying LTE with IMS

Voice, video, messaging Fixed, mobile, web Global Calling Ecosystem Roaming Multitasking Enjoyment Productivity

unity equality

Usage

concurrency Compete via the subscribers experience


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A High Leverage Network represents a common vision for wireline and wireless service providers High Leverage Network (HLN)
Converged RAN
Residential/ enterprise gateways Radio access Ethernet/ MPLS/optical Converged network gateways IP/optical

Converged service control


Session Mobility control Policy management management

VDSL/GPON/ Ethernet

Converged wireline access


Multiscreen services Web and Enterprise 2.0

Converged metro and aggregation

Converged edge

Converged backbone Converged service-aware network management

One converged, optimized, scalable, multi-access IP network allowing dynamic service creation and delivery
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Alcatel-Lucent End-to-End IMS solution platform A key component of the converged service control domain in an HLN
Common session control across fixed and wireless networks, providing seamless service access and mobility From voice to rich multimedia communications, enabling seamless service interworking across service provider networks
Converged RAN

Alcatel-Lucent End-to-End IMS


TDM
Converged service control

GPON/DSL

Mobile

POTS/ ISDN

Consumer and business VoIP/ enhanced communications

3G RCS, LTE, femto, WiMAX, and more

Converged wireline access

Converged metro and aggregation

Converged edge

Converged backbone

Converged service-aware network management

Rapid, economical service innovation with massive application scaling

Alcatel-Lucent IMS powers competitive multimedia communications services


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Service providers need to eliminate network silos to enable a shift from network capability to subscriber experience

Transform your network with investment protection

Application
(Voice + IN Svcs)

Application
(SMS, etc)

(VoIP, Others) (Voice + IN Svcs) IMS application servers

Application

Application

Application
(RCS, etc)

Applications

Session Control HLR (voice)

Session Control (data)

SDM HSS

Session Control (Voice)

Session Control SDM IMS session control (VoIP)

Session Control (data)

Session
User Control Data (VoIP, data, etc)

Access Network (CSV)

Access Network (PSD) Access Fixed Access network Access network Network (Radio) (TDM) (TDM)

Access Network (Radio)

Fixed Access Access Access network Network network (IP/broadband) (WiFi, WiMAX,) (IP/Broadband)

Other Access Networks (WiFi, Wimax, etc.)

Mobile
CSV: Circuit Switched Voice PSD: Packet Switched Data TDM: Time Division Multiplexing

Fixedfixed, broadband, Broadband Mobile, others

Other

Enable converged service control a key foundation of the High Leverage Network across fixed and mobile, consumer and business, saving CAPEX and OPEX
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Options to implement voice in a combo 2G,3G and LTE environment


3GPP
1. 2.

IMS

IMS

CS

CS

1. VoLTE (SRVCC)
3.

2. CSFB

4.

CS

3. VOLGA

4. OTT

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Yet delaying or waiting, leaves operators Susceptible to attack by the alternative providers
IMS
Many services

Subscribers experience Global roaming w/ full feature suite Standards value Global interoperability w/ full feature suite End to end QoS All-IP path enables video-comms, etc. Multimedia Enjoy multiple concurrent apps in LTE while on a voice call Blend comms with the web Retain LTE bandwidth while on a voice call Voice Negligible voice call set up delay HD voice

CSFB
Voice-centric

Alternative IP Provider
Many services

X X X X X X X X /X

IMS beats the Alternative IP Providers; CSFB does not


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IMS/LTE vs CSFB service provider business model: key findings


IMS/LTE provides more profits, sooner

Totals, in M of Revenues

IMS 3474

CSFB 1314 (590) (22) 247 2.3 years

IMS compared to CSFB: Enables fuller range of services beyond voice More than triples the returns (NPV) Avoiding CSFB to IMS migration boosts NPV 14% and reduces payback period 50%

Expenses (OpEx) (1002) Investments (CapEx) (71)

Net Present Value 853 Breakeven 2.0 years

5 year IMS/LTE growth to 2.8M consumers, 1.1M enterprise subscriptions

IMS/LTE value driven by:

Beyond voice: provide video, messaging, collaboration Simultaneous applications: fun and productivity Higher take-rate with greater willingness to pay

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IMS Customer References


Fixed Voice Transformation:
Consumer VoIP Business Comms PSTN Modernization

Qatar

Qatar

New Markets:
Multimedia: Consumer RCS Trials
French Tri-op

LTE
Regional Operator

Service Agility (APIs)

Plus operators in Spain, Japan, Australia

10+ trials, including:

Plus operators in the U.S., India, South Pacific, etc.

70+ IMS wins, 17.5M+ VoIP licenses, 95% YoY growth


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IMS in LTE activity

As of April 2011

Contracts Trials Publicized *

EMEA
FT/Orange * ImaginLab * Russian Operator Mid-East Operator

North America
Verizon * Cox * Regional Operator Regional Operator

Asia Pacific
China Operator SE Asia Operator

South America
Global Operator Regional Operator

Market Firsts OneVoice founding member; later GSMA VoLTE First Industry Contract: Verizon First announced VoLTE trial (Cox 1/2010) First public demo of VoLTE (MWC 2/2010) First public demo of HD video comms over LTE (4G World 10/2010) First public demo of VoLTE handset (MWC-2011)
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Alcatel-Lucent IMS/LTE: unique business value

Subscriber Experience
Services

The new conversation experience

Quick Introduction of Innovative Knowledge Expertise across Communications, IP Routing, 2G/3G, and LTE

Engineering De-risk Proven

Scaling, reliability, performance, features E2E release cadence and testing; Services Group expertise in design, integration, and operations. IMS & LTE contracts, trials, and deployments; Integrated into many networks and operational systems
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Agenda

6 | Next steps

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Next steps
Deep Dive session: packet Core (June 2011) IMS (June 2011) Light Radio including TCO (3Q11) WNG (tbc) Lab visit for demos ( LTE/Light Radio)

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