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SUPER MOBILITY WEEK 2014

GLOBAL MOBILE BROADBAND OVERVIEW

www.4gamericas.org

September 9-11, 2014  Las Vegas

4G AMERICAS’ MISSION
4G Americas will advocate for and foster
the advancement and full capabilities of
3GPP mobile broadband technologies,
including LTE-Advanced, throughout the
ecosystem’s networks, services,
applications and wirelessly connected
devices in the Americas.

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4G AMERICAS
BOARD OF GOVERNORS

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4gamericas.2013-14 4G AMERICAS WHITE PAPERS www.org .

GLOBAL MOBILE BROADBAND OVERVIEW .

November 2013 www.4gamericas.Source: Ericsson Mobility Report.org .

October 2013 www.000 1000x +25% per year 100 Total subscriber base +10% per year 10 reaching 100% by 2020 Source: NSN.000 Assumptions Traffic volume per subscriber +50% per year 1.org 1 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 Mobile broadband penetration .4gamericas.FROM 2020 MOBILE NETWORKS NEED TO BE READY TO COPE WITH THE 1000X DATA CHALLENGE Realistic traffic increase modeling (M2M/IoT traffic not considered) 10.

GLOBAL MOBILE BROADBAND FORECAST .2019 Source: Ericsson Mobility Report June 2014 North America = leading LTE market 85% of subscriptions on LTE in 2019 www.4gamericas.org .

MOBILE BROADBAND DEPLOYMENTS .

4gamericas. 2014 Sources: 4G Americas.889 DEVICES Data as of Sept 2.org . Ovum. GSA www.GLOBAL 3GPP MOBILE BROADBAND STATUS HSPA • 556 NETWORKS • 203 COUNTRIES • 5000+ DEVICES HSPA+ • 365 NETWORKS • 157 COUNTRIES LTE • 321 NETWORKS • 111 COUNTRIES • 1.

GLOBAL MOBILE TECHNOLOGY MARKET SHARES June 2014 LTE 4% TD-SCDMA 4% CDMA 6% HSPA 24% GSM 62% 1.4gamericas.org 6. June 2014 www.6 Billion 4.3 Billion Source: Ovum. WCIS.9 Billion Total Mobile Connections .

5% Source: Ovum.7% Latin America 1. June 2014 .5 million 45% US/Canada 127 million Africa .GLOBAL LTE CONNECTIONS TODAY Total Connections = 280.5% June 2014 36% Asia Pacific 13% 102 million Western Europe 38 million Middle East 1% Eastern Europe 1. WCIS.

7 Billion Mobile Broadband Connections 79% of Total Global Subscriptions Projected Total Global Wireless Subscriptions 8. LTEAdvanced.MOBILE BROADBAND MARKET SHARES 2019 6.org . June 2014 CDMA 313 Million 5% TD-SCDMA 130 Million 2% 3GPP Technologies = 95% of Mobile Broadband Connections www.3 Billion 35% 5% CDMA (CDMA EV-DO Revs A-B) 3GPP = HSPA. TD-SCDMA Source: Ovum.4gamericas.9 Billion 58% LTE 2. WCIS. LTE.5 Billion 93% HSPA/LTE 2% TD-SCDMA HSPA 3. HSPA+.

4gamericas.HSPA-LTE DEPLOYMENTS 321 Networks 111 Countries North America 49 Networks 2 Countries LTE Networks & Countries Latin America & Caribbean 45 Networks 18 Countries 556 Networks 203 Countries www.org 20 Networks 15 Countries Western Europe 73 Networks 24 Countries Africa 25 Networks 13 Countries Eastern Europe 53 Networks 23 Countries Asia Pacific 58 Networks 24 Countries Middle East 19 Networks 8 Countries Data as of 5 Sept 2014 365 Networks 157 Countries .

org 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Country Australia Czech Republic Czech Republic Estonia France France Hong Kong Japan Netherlands 10 Philippines 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Portugal Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore South Korea South Korea South Korea Switzerland USA USA Operator Launch Date Telstra November 2013 Vodafone July 2014 T-Mobile July 2014 EMT August 2014 Bouygues July 2014 Orange July 2014 CSL February 2014 KDDI May 2014 KPN June 2014 Smart August 2014 Communications Vodafone June 2014 Megafon February 2014 STC February 2014 SingTel Mobile May 2014 SK Telecom June 2013 LG U+ July 2013 KT Corp September 2013 Swisscom June 2014 AT&T March 2014 Sprint March 2014 .LTE-ADVANCED DEPLOYMENTS Status of LTE-Advanced Commercial Launches as of August 2014 www.4gamericas.

WCIS Subscription Forecast 2014 .4gamericas. Public Announcements www.org Dec 14Dec 15Dec 16Dec 17Dec 18Dec 19 286 Million by 2019 (66%) Source: Ovum.# Networks LTE Network Growth 50 45 +25 40 Millions NORTH AMERICA LTE GROWTH 350 LTE Subscription Growth 300 250 35 200 30 25 150 20 100 +17 15 10 5 50 2 +5 0 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 49 Commercial Today Source: 4G Americas.

LATIN AMERICA GROWTH AND FORECAST .

LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN MOBILE TECHNOLOGY MARKET SHARES 719 Million Total Mobile Connections CDMA 1% 10 Million HSPA 32% 230 Million iDEN 1% 7. June 2014 www.8 Million Source: Ovum.5% 4.5 Million LTE 0.org GSM 65% 466 Million . WCIS.4gamericas.

4gamericas.3GPP GLOBAL SUBSCRIBER GROWTH IN LATIN AMERICA 600 500 Total 2Q 2014 520 M 466M Subscriptions = 719M Total YoY Growth = 26M 400 GSM 300 230 M 200 82M new subscriptions (55% annual increase) 149 M 100 0 June 2013 June 2014 Source: Ovum WCIS.org HSPA & LTE . 2Q2014 www.

org Cayman Islands Costa Rica Dominican Republic Puerto Rico Virgin Islands *Indicates TDD networks (remainder Sprint FDD) Band (MHz) Networks 1900 MHz Band(MHz) Networks 700 8 1800 6 850 / 1900 1 1700/2100 14 1900 3 2500-2690 12 (Sources: Public announcements. Tigo 2100 AWS 2500/2690 MHz 1700/2100 AWS 1700/2100 AWS 2500/2690 MHz 700 MHz Claro 2500/2690 MHz Nextel Oi 1800 MHz 2500/2690 MHz ON* 2500/2690 MHz Sky Telecom* 2500/2690 MHz TIM 2500/2690 MHz VIVO México Colombia Antigua & Barbuda Digicel* 700 MHz Aruba SETAR 1800 MHz Bahamas BTC 700 MHz C&W Lime 700 MHz Digicel* 700 MHz ICE/Kolbi Claro Movistar 2600 MHz 1800 MHz 1800 MHZ Claro Orange Dominicana 1700/2100 AWS 1800 MHz 2500/2690 MHz Tricom 1900 MHz Claro 2500/2690 MHz AT&T 1700/2100 AWS Entel 2500/2690 MHz Claro 700 MHz Movistar 2500/2690 MHz Open Mobile 700 MHz CNT Mobile Personal 1700/2100 AWS 1900 MHz Sprint 850/1900 MHz T-Mobile 1700/2100 AWS VOX 1700/2100 AWS Movistar Claro AT&T 1700/2100 AWS 1700/2100 AWS Antel 1700/2100 AWS Claro 1700/2100 AWS Digitel 1800 MHz Tigo .44 Networks 18 Countries LTE IN LATIN AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN Movistar 1700/2100 AWS Telcel 1700/2100 AWS Avantel Claro Movistar Entel.4gamericas. regulatory entities) .UNE Bolivia Brazil Chile Ecuador Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela (as of 5 September 2014) www.

WCIS.FORECASTED LTE SUBSCRIBER GROWTH IN LATIN AMERICA 89 M Subscriptions 47M 25M 6M Dec 2014 13M 9M Dec 2015 Dec 2016 Dec 2017 Source: Ovum.4gamericas.org Dec 2018 Dec 2019 . 2Q2014 www.

4gamericas.9X INCREASE IN MOBILE DATA USAGE IN LATIN AMERICA 2013-2019 Mobile Data Growth by Device Type Smartphone Mobile PC/Router/Tablet 1400 1200 From 53 PB to 463 PB monthly. Nov. 2013 www. the majority from smartphones Petabytes per month 1000 800 600 400 200 0 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Source: Ericsson Mobility Report.org 2018 2019 .

TECHNOLOGY EVOLUTION .

INCREASING SUPPORT & CAPACITY UP TO 1000x • MIMO & Advanced Receiver • HetNet / Small Cells • Carrier Aggregation • eCoMP • Licensed Shared Access • Authorized Shared Access • Supplemental Downlink • • • • • www.5 GHz .4gamericas.org Maximize below 4 GHz Internationally Harmonized AWS-3 : 1755-1780/ 2155-2180 TV Incentive Auctions (USA) 3.

2013 www. HSPA+ . There are no public announcements of deployment of WiMAX Rel 1. Source: Rysavy Research/4G Americas. X/Y MHz indicates X MHz used on the downlink and Y MHz used on the uplink. LTE-Advanced Throughputs rates are peak theoretical network rates for that technology release. Dates refer to expected initial commercial network deployment except 2011.4gamericas.org HSPA.5 nor IEEE 802.TECHNOLOGY EVOLUTION TO LTE-ADVANCED | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | LTE. which shows technologies that year.16m.

RRH= Remote Radio Heads.4gamericas. in addition Distributed Antenna Systems are used in HetNets www.BRINGING THE NETWORK CLOSER TO THE USER: KEY TO 1000X – Tapping into Small Cell potential USER DEPLOYED OPERATOR DEPLOYED Typically indoor small cells Indoor/outdoor small cells1 4G Relays & Wireless Backhaul ENTERPRISE RESIDENTIAL METRO Wi-Fi integrated with 3G/4G for opportunistic offload Extreme Densification—3G/4G+Wi-Fi Small Cells Everywhere 1 Such as relay and Pico/Metro/RRH small cells for hotspots.org .

4gamericas.org LTE Carrier #3 LTE Carrier #1 LTE Carrier #4 LTE Carrier #2 Aggregated Data Pipe Up to 100 MHz LTE Carrier #5 Higher user data rates and lower latencies for all users More capacity for typical ‘bursty’ usage1 Utilizes all spectrum assets .CARRIER AGGREGATION Fatter pipe to enhance user experience Up to 20 MHz Up to 20 MHz Up to 20 MHz Up to 20 MHz Up to 20 MHz Higher peak data rates www.

REGULATORY INNOVATION .

) Ensures Quality of Service Harmonization and Global Standards Drive Economies of Scale www.4gamericas. etc.ASA Mainstream. Location.ASA Unlicensed Approach Wi-Fi example Exclusive Use Shared Use Ensures Quality of Service Unpredictable Quality of Service Exclusive Shared Use Exclusive use on a shared and binary basis in Time. Preferred Approach Auctions of Cleared Spectrum Complementary License Model Authorized Shared Access . and/or Frequency domains with Incumbent (government.org .A NEW WAY OF LICENSING SPECTRUM Authorized Shared Access .

ASA ARCHITECTURE (Licensed Shared Access) Regulator ASA Controller (MNO) NW controls access to ASA spectrum Permitted ASA spectrum: Where. When ASA Repository (Incumbent) NW controls access to spectrum (licensed) Base station MNO NW controls access to spectrum (licensed. ASA) www.4gamericas.org Incumbent) Base station MNO Multi-bands Device Commercial sharing agreement under permission of the Regulator ASA Licensee Incumbent .

SPECTRUM .

--2006 .4gamericas.org 1300 MHz of total spectrum allocation has been recommended by ITU for 2015.SPECTRUM SCARCITY The Mobile industry will need an additional 500 MHz above the existing spectrum base by 2020 --2010 www. and the rest fall below 30%. Countries in the Americas will need an additional 557-997 MHz beyond identified spectrum allocations by 2020. 3 markets in Latin America are between 30-40% of this goal. --2007 ITU analysis states that spectrum requirements by 2020 for a single network within a single country will range from 12801720 MHz.

4gamericas.MAXIMIZE SPECTRUM FOR CONNECTIVITY Dynamic combination of fragmented spectrum Carrier Aggregation New bands Additional spectrum for LTE by refarming & re-assignment Cleared spectrum prioritized! Carrier aggregation AWS Extension Bands PCS 1900 Extension Bands TV Bands Incentive Auction 3. unlock spectrum by Authorized Shared Access (ASA)* with predictable QoS 3.org .5 GHz Other underutilized bands? * Also referred to as Licensed Shared Access (LSA) Source: 4G Americas Member Company www.5 GHz 5GHz ASA When needed.

U.4gamericas. SPECTRUM OPPORTUNITIES POSSIBLE SPECTRUM OPTIONS INDUSTRY EFFORTS & POTENTIAL RETURNS Advanced Wireless Services extensions • • • Broadcast Television Spectrum • • • • Other Federal Spectrum opportunities Other www.org • • • .S.

selected countries Brazil 39% 503 MHZ Colombia 32% Chile 30% 412. Percent of ITU recommendations achieved.LATIN AMERICA SPECTRUM STATUS • Reference point requirement for 1300 MHz by 2015 indicated by the ITU (ITU-R M. and the remainder are between 10%-20%.5 MHz 395 MHz Peru 23% 304 MHz Mexico 23% 303 MHz Argentina 15% 190 MHz Ecuador 14% 0% www.2078) • Summary of Regional Situation : 3 markets are between 30%-40% of this goal.org 1300Mhz 180 MHz 50% 100% . • Source: 4G Americas. Analysis of ITU Spectrum Recommendations in the Latin American Region (2013).4gamericas. 6 are between 20%-30%.

Auctions: Chile (Complete).2G license renewals . Colombia (2015).4gamericas.Secondary spectrum markets . Brazil & Argentina (4Q 2014) .Quality of service regulation www.org .Spectrum liberation .Mexico: novel wholesale network planned • Preparations within CITEL for WRC 2015 • Other topics .SPECTRUM AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS FOR LATIN AMERICA IN 2014 • 700 MHz in Latin America .

Calaff@4gamericas.org .livingston@4gamericas.org Vicki Livingston Head of Communications and Analyst Relations Office: +1 262 242 3458 Vicki.4G AMERICAS EXECUTIVES Chris Pearson President Office: +1 425 372 8925 chris.org Bob Calaff Director of Latin America & Caribbean Office: +1 206 659 4777 Bob.4gamericas.org Company Website www.pearson@4gamericas.