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Online Networking Q&A Sessions Speed Networking Drinks Reception Panel Discussions

With 15 in-depth operator case studies including:

17 - 18 June 2008
optimise HSPA: capacity, coverage and quality

Andels Hotel, Prague

Bjrn Amundsen Telenor Norway

John Riordan Swisscom

Pascal Chambreuil Orange France Telecom

3G RAN sharing: UMTS900: re-farming 900MHz


spectrum 3G network LTE: evolution for mobile broadband services

business models and technical challenges

Jakov Dr Sen Lin Stojanovi c Zhang Telenor Serbia O2 UK

Roberto Fantini Telecom Italia

Tim Hubbard BT

Remi Thomas Orange France Telecom

Dr Konstantinos Filis Cosmote

PLUS

Monday 16th June Pre-conference workshop


Pal Zarandy Omnitele Giovanni Romano Telecom Italia David Nathan Mentum

Re-Farming 900MHz Spectrum For UMTS


Thursday 19th June Special Focus Day

3G Long Term Evolution For Mobile Broadband


Robert Brown KPN Alessandra Fratini Fratini Vergano ENDORSED BY MEDIA PARTNERS

PLUS Amit Kumar, Batelco, Dr. Ioannis Patsouras & Dr. Konstantinos Halkiotis, Cosmote, Thomas Baumgartner, Mobilkom Austria and more

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Pre-Conference Workshop

Monday 16th June

Registration will begin at 9.30, and the workshop will run from 10 16.00 with breaks for lunch and refreshments

Re-Farming 900MHz Spectrum For UMTS


This in-depth interactive workshop will enable delegates to understand in detail the drivers for UMTS900, and give them a clear idea of how they should proceed within their own company as regards UMTS900 deployment. With detailed focus on the drivers, the technical challenges, the regulatory issues and operator case studies, delegates will come away from this workshop armed with a comprehensive understanding of UMTS900 as well as practical deployment strategies.

Introduction to UMTS900 and overview of the latest developments


Why re-farm the 900MHz spectrum for UMTS? Evaluating the cost drivers for UMTS900 in terms of both CAPEX and OPEX Overview of latest trials and launches in Europe and beyond

Understanding the regulatory issues


Outlining the regulatory environment regarding 900MHz spectrum re-farming in different countries throughout Europe and beyond Examining the latest EU regulations: How will the regulators in the individual EU member states respond to these regulations? Examining the future possibility of bidding for more frequencies and greater bandwidths

Technical drivers and the impact on network performance


Assessing the impact of UMTS900 on indoor coverage Considering the impact of UMTS900 on the need for femtocells for indoor coverage Examining the implications of UMTS900 for rural areas and countries without a 3G network Meeting the challenges of deploying both UMTS900 and GSM900 Minimising the impact on GSM performance whilst deploying UMTS on the 900MHz spectrum

Operator Case Studies


Examining examples of operators who have trialled and launched UMTS900 What performance is being achieved with UMTS900 and how is this being measured? Identifying the factors which affect the timing of UMTS900 launches Workshop Leader to be conrmed please check www.iir-conferences.com/3g for updates

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9.20

Conference Day One Tuesday 17th June


10.30 Implementing a 3G Network When

9.00 Registration & Coffee

Opening Remarks from the Chair & Speed Networking

You Already Have A 2G Network: Considering The Customer Perspective

12.00 Case Study - Trialling UMTS900MHz In

OPTIMISING 3G NETWORKS

9.30 Optimising Your 3G Network To Improve

Coverage And Capacity As Trafc Volumes Increase

Identifying the services which are driving the need for increased capacity in the 3G RAN to what extent are recent increases in mobile internet trafc impacting capacity in 3G/HSPA networks? Monitoring and analysing voice and data trafc on the 3G RAN to determine what proportion of your voice services to maintain on 3G: Enabling dynamic transfer of voice services from 3G to 2G to increase 3G capacity for high bandwidth data services Updating your network conguration to track increase of trafc, changes in customer behaviour and introduction of new services in order to reshape coverage and balancing of trafc among active cells Simultaneously optimising coverage, capacity and quality; is it possible to gain capacity without losses elsewhere? Using performance measurement data to redimension RAN capacity for new service launches Isabel Luis Optimisation Coordinator TMN
(Subject to nal conrmation)

Determining whether 3G will ever be as good as 2G in terms of coverage: what can be done to cost-effectively improve coverage for 3G? Examining the impact on customers in terms of network and service quality of implementing both a 2G and a 3G network Do customers have a right to coverage and high speed data services? Or is it inevitable that customers in cities get a better and faster network than those in small villages? Evaluating the cost of building more coverage for 3G networks: Assessing whether this cost will inevitably be passed to customers, and if so, how this will impact customer satisfaction Bjrn Amundsen, Vice President/Director & Head of Coverage, Telenor Norway

European Operator: Is WiMax A Threat Or A Supplementary Technology To UMTS900?

11.00 Morning Coffee


RE-FARMING 900MHz SPECTRUM FOR UMTS

Outlining the details of Cosmotes UMTS900MHz pilot network: what will be the impact on CAPEX and OPEX compared to UMTS 2100 MHz network deployment Assessing the impact on the performance of the existing GSM network Achieving effective network management of both the established GSM900 and the new UMTS900 network GSM900/UMTS900 co-location interference management Comparing WiMAX with UMTS900 MHz: to what extent are they competitive technologies? Dr. Ioannis Patsouras International Technical Activities Deputy Director Dr. Konstantinos Halkiotis Broadband Access Networks Systems Section Senior Engineer Cosmote

11.30 Identifying The Drivers For And Meeting

12.30 Lunch 14.00

The Technical Challenges Of UMTS900

10.00 Achieving Efcient Optimisation For A

3G Radio Network

Optimising workowmanagment processes in 3G radio networks Achieving effective correlation of conguration, alarm data and performance data Correlating user experience and handset behaviour Determining data sources suitable for determining handset differences Robert Brown Senior RF Engineer KPN

Quantifying the impact on CAPEX and OPEX of re-farming the 900MHz spectrum for UMTS Determining the impact of using the 900MHz spectrum for 3G in terms of: coverage, especially indoor and rural signal propagation robustness to low signal strength Minimising the impact on GSM performance whilst deploying UMTS on the 900MHz spectrum spectrum management of the 900MHz band minimising base station site impact network management of both the established GSM900 and the new UMTS900 networks Minimising GSM900/UMTS900 co-location interference: guard band allocation spectrum allocation co-location ltering Giovanni Romano Coordinator for Radio Standards Telecom Italia

PANEL SESSION UMTS900


This panel session will cover in detail all the issues related to refarming the 900 MHz spectrum for UMTS. Panellists will consider the drivers for doing so, and outline strategies for solving the technical issues that arise. There will also be representatives from the regulatory world on the panel to answer your questions about how the regulatory environment in different countries will affect spectrum re-farming. Panellists include: Giovanni Romano Coordinator for Radio Standards Telecom Italia Dr. Ioannis Patsouras International Technical Activities Deputy Director Cosmote Dr. Konstantinos Halkiotis Broadband Access Networks Systems Section Senior Engineer Cosmote Alessandra Fratini Partner Fratini Vergano

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16 - 19 June 2008

Andels Hotel, Prague

HIGH-BANDWIDTH SERVICES & CONTENT

14.40 Identifying And Fullling User

Requirements From 3G Networks

Identifying what content and services users want from 3G Case study: examining how Swisscom identied 3G user requirements and how they are fullling them what 3G solutions are offered by Swisscom? Understanding the business model for 3G content and services John Riordan Senior Consultant Manager Swisscom

15.20 Afternoon Tea 15.50 Optimising Heavily Utilised HSPA

Assessing the potential areas of network optimisation: How much impact do they have on the user experience? Assessing the impact of rapid data trafc growth on various levels of the network (radio, NodeB, transmission, RNC, core) Finding an approach for dimensioning the different aggregation levels of the network hierarchy Assessing the cost(OPEX and CAPEX) of the necessary capacity upgrades of these aggregation levels Evaluating QoS differentiation as an efcient means of managing the capacity challenge Pal Zarandy Senior Consultant Omnitele

a mix of GSM, UMTS and high broadcast Comparing these scenarios in terms of: cost-effectiveness outdoor coverage indoor coverage Assessing SFN (Single Frequency Network) related coverage gains Case study: automatic dimensioning and design of a DVB-H network Pascal Chambreuil Product Manager, Automatic Network Optimisation Orange France Telecom

17.10 Closing Remarks from the Chair 17.20 End of Conference Day One
DRINKS RECEPTION

16.30 Analysing The Pros And Cons Of Different

Networks And Examining The Cost Implications Of Providing Capacity For Bandwidth Hungry Services

Deployment Strategies For DVB-H For Mobile TV Delivery

Examining different mobile broadband propositions: how successful has mobile broadband been so far?

Examining the different deployment scenarios for DVB-H: re-use of GSM / UMTS sites use of high broadcast sites

Please join speakers and delegates at our drinks reception, to discuss the issues of the day in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

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Conference Day Two Wednesday 18th June


10.50 Morning Coffee 11.20 Achieving Optimal Results In The Design 12.40 Lunch
3G PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT

9.00 Registration & Coffee

Opening Remarks from the Chair & Speed Networking Capacity For Football Stadiums During The European Championship 2008

And Management Of Your Shared 3G RAN

9.30 Case Study: Providing Sufcient 3G

Determining how many subscribers will be on the 3G network during the European championship Understanding call prole during a football match Examining how a 3G cell behaves when load increases Providing capacity for 50,000 spectators Balancing trafc between 3 UMTS carriers Thomas Baumgartner Optimisation & Statistics Expert Mobilkom Austria

3G RAN SHARING

10.00 Assessing The Technical And Business

Models And Drivers For 3G RAN Sharing


12.00

Outlining the different options for RAN sharing and their implications for operators planning activity Shared Node Bs and RNCs Shared masts Shared antennas Investigating the advantages and disadvantages of sharing the same frequency or carrier Selecting the most appropriate radio resource management strategies based upon your RAN sharing agreement Dr. Wolfgang Geisselbrecht Senior Associate Oliver Wyman

Outlining the design and planning considerations for achieving a shared 3G RAN vendor support of RAN sharing choice of technical solution testing radio planning O&M Managing the day-to-day running of your shared 3G RAN: Identifying the operational issues that arise from sharing a network with a competitive operator and developing strategies to manage these challenges Managing network performance and E2E Quality of Service across a shared network Exploring the impact of network sharing on network performance and end to end service quality management For speaker updates, please check www.iir-conferences.com/3G

14.00 Optimising 2G/3G Interoperability To

Provide End-To-End Service Quality

Studying customer behaviour and trafc ow in order to predict where in the network users are being moved from 3G - 2G Enhancing the 2G network to receive customers from the 3G network Optimising packet service in the 2G cell Ensuring seamless 2G-3G operation through correct denition and parameterisation of network edge cells Dening new metrics and KPIs to measure and optimise different mobility procedures between 2G and 3G: Handover 3G/2G Reselection 2G < > 3G Jakov Stojanovi c Radio Network Optimisation Manager Telenor Serbia

PANEL SESSION: 3G RAN Sharing


Network sharing is a great idea, with obvious nancial benets for operators. But how does it actually work in practice? What are the problems in sharing a RAN with competitors, and how can they be solved? Panellists with direct experience of 3G RAN sharing will be available to answer your questions and to discuss the most pressing issues relating to network sharing. Panellists include: Dr. Wolfgang Geisselbrecht Senior Associate Oliver Wyman

14.40 Dening And Understanding Meaningful

KPIs For UMTS/HSDPA Networks

Identifying the data that needs to be collected and analysed to effectively measure 3G network performance: Coverage Availability Session establishment attempts and failure reasons Session establishment time Up and downlink transmission rates Data latency Error rates for up and downlink data Dening KPIs and KQIs that are relevant for all

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services in your 3G network Monitoring and managing the impact of increased trafc and new services on 3G network quality Leveraging the results of performance measurement to optimise fault management, network quality and capacity in 3G networks Amit Kumar Manager, 3G Radio Network Planning Batelco

15.20 Afternoon Tea 15.40 Improving 3G Network Coverage And

performance of the wider network in terms of: Interference Handover from femtocell access point to macrocell network Interference between closely located femtocells Meeting the challenges of bandwidth management and QoS in femtocells Developing tools and techniques to collect realtime performance data direct from femtocells in the eld to improve service performance Dr Sen Lin Zhang Principal Engineer O 2 UK

Quality Of Mobile Services Indoors By Deploying Femtocell Solutions

UPGRADING 3G BACKHAUL

Analysing the transmission speeds and quality of service being achieved by femtocell solutions for high speed data applications Determining the extent to which femtocell deployment will encourage substitution of voice minutes from the xed line phone in the home Assessing the impact of femtocells on the

16.20 Upgrading Your Backhaul Network To

Meet The Bandwidth Requirements Of 3G Service Delivery

Ensuring your backhaul network is designed and equipped to meet peak trafc demand, not just average usage levels Implementing core networks that can simultaneously aggregate 2G and 3G backhaul trafc Determining the impact on end user data rates and number of active subscribers served of the backhaul technology employed Comparing the different backhaul solutions in terms of network and service quality and CAPEX/OPEX: microwave Ethernet over bre Ethernet over copper Tim Hubbard Head of 21CN Technology Futures BT

17.00 Closing Remarks from the Chair 17.10 End of Conference Day Two

Outlining the role of the mobile backhaul in 3G service delivery: timescales for the transition to all-IP guaranteeing QoS for voice in an all-IP core

Special Focus Day Thursday 19th June

3G Long Term Evolution For Mobile Broadband


9.00 Registration & Coffee 9.20 12.00

PANEL SESSION: LTE vs Mobile WiMAX


This interactive panel session gives you the opportunity to ask the questions you want answered about the battle between LTE and WiMAX. Do the panellists believe the two technologies are truly in competition, or can they be seen as complementary? What are the business models for each technology? What impact will Wimaxs time to market advantage have on which technologies are deployed? Panellists include: Remi Thomas, Director NGMN Project Orange France Telecom

Opening Remarks from the Chair & Speed Networking Technologies And Services

9.30 Identifying The Roadmap For Mobile Broadband


Considering the pros and cons of the different next generation mobile technologies for delivering mobile broadband services: 3G HSPA HSPA+ LTE UMB Mobile WiMAX Determining where in the network these technologies are most appropriate Identifying the new services that are enabled by high speed mobile broadband networks: ensuring that all your services offer a reliable quality of experience for the customer Dr. Konstantinos Filis Senior Engineer Cosmote Mobile Communications

12.40 Lunch 14.00 Optimising Your 3G Network With HSPA To Boost Network

Capacity And Improve The Performance Of Mobile Broadband Services

10.10 Identifying And Overcoming The Challenges

Of Planning LTE Networks

Outlining the enhanced functionality of LTE Identifying how planning for LTE will differ from WCDMA/HSPA Examining the key factors to consider for an WCDMA to LTE migration planning strategy Assessing the effects of the different LTE key features and capabilities on coverage targets Finding solutions for LTE business case evaluation and effective radio design David Nathan GSM/UMTS Product Manager Mentum

Understanding the impact on your 3G network of the upgrade to HSPA in terms of coverage, capacity and performance Determining what HSPA means for mobile broadband services in terms of: Downlink/uplink speeds services enabled Ensuring a good voice service is maintained when HSPA is active for data users Speaker to be conrmed, please check www.iir-conferences.com/3G for updates

14.40 Examining The Status Of Standards For HSPA Evolution And LTE
Overview of mobile broadband technologies and their evolutionary path Examining the 3GPP standardisation path towards LTE: Key enabling technologies for Long Term Evolution Long Term Evolution targets and requirements Examining the 3GPP standardisation path towards HSPA+ Technological improvements with respect to HSPA HSPA+ expected increase in performance and capacity Determining the technical pros and cons of HSPA+ and LTE for delivering mobile broadband services Roberto Fantini Radio Access Engineer Telecom Italia

10.50 Morning Coffee 11.20 Examining France Telecom/Oranges Approach To Mobile

Broadband Services

Examining the latest developments in mobile broadband technologies and services at France Telecom/Orange Determining the role of the different mobile technologies (EDGE, UMTS, HSPA, LTE) in these achievements Determining what LTE will bring to mobile broadband service delivery Assessing timescales for deployment of mobile broadband at France Telecom/ Orange Remi Thomas Director, NGMN Project Orange France Telecom

15.20 3GPP Update: LTE Standards - Current Status And Timescales


Understanding the requirements for LTE standards Comparing LTE standards to 3G standards Future outlook on the standardisation process and timescales for LTE deployment Senior Representative 3GPP

16.00 Closing Remarks from the Chair 16.10 End of Special Brieng Day
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16 - 19 June 2008

Andels Hotel, Prague


Who Will Attend
This event is an invaluable resource for Managers, Directors, Engineers and Analysts from worldwide mobile operators, with responsibility for 3G network planning, design, optimisation and quality, and for evolving 3G networks towards HSPA, LTE and WiMAX.

Delegate Profile from 3G RAN & LTE Forum 2007


Company Type

3G is evolving

As mobile internet services nally take off and with data trafc on the increase, operators need to ensure that they are deploying the right technologies and techniques to cope with capacity and coverage demands, and to ensure excellent network and service performance. Its essential that operators get mobile broadband services right. Mobile broadband offers an unparalleled opportunity for growth, but only if the network provides sufcient capacity, coverage and crucially, quality. Join us to debate the pros and cons of HSPA and HSPA+, LTE and WiMAX nd out how and where other operators are deploying all these technologies, and use their experiences to help determine your roadmap for mobile broadband. With in-depth focus on the latest developments for 3G such as re-farming the 900MHz spectrum for UMTS and 3G RAN sharing, this is a really detailed event offering case studies and practical strategies for 3G network design, planning, optimisation and evolution. Packed with operator case studies and expert presentations including: UMTS900 deployment LTE planning and testing 3G RAN sharing HSPA & 3G planning and optimisation
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