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  • Shape Your Business For the Future:

    Powering Transformation With Cisco

    Cisco Unified RAN Backhaul: Any Radio, Any Media, Many Generations

    Sathya NarayanaswamyJune 12 2012

  • Agenda

    RAN challenges

    Unifying the Backhaul

    Unified Backhaul Management

    Unifying Backhaul Technologies

  • Trusted Partner for Global Mobile Service Providers

    Innovation

    differentiation

    Monetization

    new revenue

    Unification

    any radio

    any media

    Leadership

    trusted advisor

    partnership

    Optimization

    reduced costs

    The World Needs New Approaches

  • Reflection on 2011projection to 2016

    2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4

    Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast, 20112016, IBSG 2012

    the average mobile connection will generate 716 MBof mobile data traffic per month in 2016, up from 30 MB in 2011

    www.cisco.com/go/vni

    182% 32-fold4 times faster

    http://www.cisco.com/go/vni

  • All this Mobile Data Growth..Leads to a Big Backhaul Hole

    http://www.telecomasia.net/content/worlds-mobile-backhaul-has-840b-hole

    The world's mobile operators will need to

    spend a combined $840 billion over the

    next five years to upgrade their backhaul

    networks for the coming data deluge

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  • The World needs to Lower Operating Costs

    Reduce PowerIncrease Mbs/Watt

    Reduce FootprintMulti-use POP

    Simplify ManagementRadio Access

    OPEX over 7 years CAPEX

    Transmission

    Site Rental

    O&M

    Electricity

    Cell Site TCO Distribution

    BTS

    Civil Works

    Site Support

    Site Acquisition &Planning

    40%TCO

    60%TCO

    Source: China Mobile

  • RAN Capacity and Offload Challenges

    Spectrumlimited asset

    Interference if unlicensed

    MobilitySeamless Macro to Small

    Cell handoffs

    OffloadUnified RAN

    MacroCells

    ConsumerBusiness Community

    Small Cells

  • Fixed (DSL/GPON/DOCSIS)

    Via Fixed Broadband

    TDM?PTN?OTN?

    IP?

    Macro Site Router

    Mobile IP

    CoreAggregation Node Mobile Core Node

    Macro Site Router

    Baseband Processing Pool

    Wireless Mesh

    WirelessPoint to Multi-Point

    Ethernet

    Ethernet

    RAN Expansion for Small CellsFronthaul addition to Backhaul

    IP RAN Agg

    Pre-aggregation Node

    Aggregation Node

    Dedicated Fibre(CPRI)

    Fronthaul Attributes Low Touch Robust and aesthetic Highly Flexible/Scalable Power efficient Relaxed Availability Low mobility PS users Reuse of existing infrastructure

    Macro Site Router

    Macro Site Router

    Number of Radio Nodes~30 to 40x

  • Agenda

    RAN challenges

    Unifying the Backhaul

    Unified Backhaul Management

    Unifying Backhaul Technologies

  • Cisco Unified RAN BackhaulAny Radio, Any Media

    RAN Backhaul

    Radio Content

    Media

    uWave SDHCE ATM

    3G+

    2G

    LTE/4G

    WiFi & Small Cells

    Voice

    Video

    Data

    Unified RAN Backhaul

  • RAN Backhaul

    Cisco Unified RAN BackhaulAny Radio, Any Media, Many Generations

    100 T imes the Capaci ty for a Fract ion of Current Cost

    Flexible scalability: Any multi-vendor radio on any media (2=>3=>4G)

    Proven performance and reliability: Superior voice & video service assurance

    Operational excellence: Unified management, lower OpEx, low power consumption

    OPTIMIZE

    IP CoreCell Router Aggregation Mobile Edge

  • $37,044

    $6,887

    14 Mbps

    17 Mbps

    19 Mbps

    22 Mbps 23 Mbps

    24 Mbps 28 Mbps35 Mbps 42 Mbps 49 Mbps

    $0

    $10,000

    $20,000

    $30,000

    $40,000

    CY09 CY10 CY11 CY12 CY13

    IP/ Ethernet

    TDM TDM Costs Escalate Directly with Bandwidth

    Ethernet Costs

    Less per Bit

    Flat Cost Structure

    Backhaul Charges per ConnectionTDM IP/Ethernet

    Reduced Power ConsumptionCisco Energy-Efficient Ethernet

    Lowest OPEX Power Consumption (70% Savings)

    Future proof Efficiency Gain, Highest Gbps per Watt

    Efficient power on demand

  • Breaking the Backhaul OPEX BarriersLowest Power Consumption in Industry

    Only 2.375 W/Gbps at cell, 2.5W/Gbps at pre-Agg(ASR 901-12C-F-D 38W, 16 Gbps)

    5 year cell-site power savings NPV is $20+ Million

    1 year savings by removing dedicated T1 timing is $48 Million

    i.e., Verizon 40,000, Bharti 40,000 cell sites

    $100/month for E1/T1

  • Cisco Unified RAN BackhaulUnifies Backhaul Operations for Many Generations

  • Agenda

    RAN challenges

    Unifying the Backhaul

    Unified Backhaul Management

    Unifying Backhaul Technologies

  • RAN Backhaul

    Cisco Unified RAN BackhaulAny Radio, Any Media

    Radio Content

    Media

    uWave SDHCE ATM

    3G+

    2G

    LTE/4G

    WiFi & Small Cells

    Voice

    Video

    Data

    Unified RAN Backhaul

    Cisco PRIME Unified Management

    for RAN Backhaul

  • Centralized User Portal

    Prime portal provides: Single point of entry into

    the network for operator access to all information they need

    Reduced operational costs using an integrated framework for operators and administrators

    Increased efficiency with seamless transition between functional areas

    Unified Inventory Common Event/Alarm management

    Access, Aggregation, Edge and Core

    Launch 3rd Party Domain

    Mgr (even ALU SAM, ..)

  • Network Discovery

    Auto-discovery & integration of devices AND logical segments (routes, pseudowires, ..) into live NMS

    Physical and logical topologies

    Multivendor discovery

    Complete end-to-end visibility of all devices, network & logical connections

    Physical and Logical Maps

    Logical and

    Physical

    Inventory

    Maps include integrated

    third-party devices

  • Primes add a configuration

    template

    Save OPEX using Fully Redundant, Automated, Zero Touch Deployment

    Power on device; device contacts

    DHCP for TFTP IP

    DHCP

    Device initiates connection and gets the config

    1

    2

    3

    Zero Touch Deployment

  • Service Design and Activation

    Accelerate service deployment with point-and-click wizards

    SAToP, CESoPSN, ATM/IMA over pseudowire emulation, etc

    Eliminate manual errors with automation Resource Pools

    Policy Map

    Service Provisioning Lifecycle

  • Network Service Assurance

    Fast network outage detection with visualization of impacted network devices

    Dedicated service alarms indicating the two devices terminating the pseudowire and the impacted ID

    Hyperlinks for immediate fault localization and isolation

    Service Aware Topologies

    Pseudowire link icon

  • Service Fulfillment Codifying and automating end-to-end fulfillment

    Starent Nexus IOS IOS XR TelePresenceUC/TelephonyUCS Tandberg

    Domain and Device Management

    Operational Support System

    AXIOSS

    Billing and CRM

    Active Catalog Order Management Service Inventory

  • Service Troubleshooting

    Improved pseudowire troubleshooting with graphical representation of all network components traversed

    Powerful service tracing mechanism to simulate the path of the traffic along the network elements

    Hop by hop details on each technology traversed (MAC address, MPLS label stack, used protocols.)

  • System Extensibility

    Ability to rapidly add new features via a flexible architecture

    Out-of-the-box discovery and activation workflows that are easy to extend

    Online documented SDK tools and forum to support system integrators

    New activation workflows via a flexible provisioning layer

    Easily create new statistical reports for Cisco or third-party platforms compiling new MIBs

    Extensible data model and

    customization tools

    Launch 3rd Party Domain

    Mgr (SAM, ..)

  • Third-Party Device Support

    Out-of-the-Box Support for:

    DragonWave (microwave radio)

    Alcatel-Lucent

    Huawei

    Juniper

    RAD

    NEC iPasolinkBasic logical and physical discovery for third-party devices supporting the standard MIB2

    Multivendor ready Easy integration of

    other third-party microwave devices

    DragonWave microwave

  • Monitor, Inspect, and DiagnoseNetwork Faults

    At-a-glance view of network health for fast fault isolation

    Alarm correlation to rapidly diagnose and remediate faults that span multiple domains

    Affected parties report on specific fault scenarios (e.g., link down)

  • Agenda

    RAN challenges

    Unifying the