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March final review

MARCH final review

Fornebu, Norway, 22 September 2011

Significantly lower the cost of converged broadband service delivery by establishing scalable multilink network architectures

Final review


Agenda
Agenda

09:00-10:00 Presentation of summarised results, Focus on second half of the project, i.e., Deliverables D3.3, D3.4, D3.5, D4.2/D5.1, D5.2, and D7.6

10:00-10:45 DemonstrationsDeliverable D6.1

10:45-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:00 Questions and answers

12:00-13:00 Reviewer internal discussion

13:00-14:00 Lunch

Final review


Response to emails 20 september
Response to emails 20 September

Beyond SoA at start of MARCH

  • Scenarios business analyses, future broadband access market development, and forecasted consumer spending

  • Methods for scheduling of application IP packets on multiple links for real time video applications using dynamic error correction, adaptive bit rate, and adaptive scalable video coding

  • Radio resource management applicable for multilink

  • Investigating and proposing multilink network architecture solutions for multipath gateway, multilink middleware, multilink connection manager, enhanced Wi-Fi offload with multilink, and roaming and multi-actor assured services

  • Developed and demonstrated multilink network technical solutions, multilink-aware content provider application, and using IPTV applications handling multilink streams

    Partner contributions

    Largely as describe din the PD, with more details at the meeting

    European dimension

    Different skills needed. Mixed industry collaboration. Standardisation effort

    New and enhanced products will be specified in more detail during the review

Final review


The economical scenarios analyses have evolved through collaboration between all partners and all WPs

WP 2

WP 4

WP 5

WP 6

WP 7

Scenarios and actors

Technology components

Feasible architectures

Cost elements

Proved deployability

Feedback from workshops and presentations

Input from industry partners

CAPEX and OPEX

Willingness to pay

Input from industry in different markets

Market and service specific CAPEX and OPEX and willingness to pay


Quantitative analyses of four scenarios derived from developed business models
Quantitative analyses of four scenarios derived from developed business models

Promoting multilink for continuous access to Campus 3D educational learning environment in Spain

Promoting multilink for security fleets communication management

Promoting the combination of WiMAX and satellite broadcast networks for bandwidth and N-play to rural areas of Spain

Broadband services combining mobile 3G and Wi-Fi

Final review

Deliverable D3.3


Example of a mediator providing broadband 3g and wifi access
Example of a mediator providing broadband 3G and WiFI access developed business models

Business case assumptions

Provides gateway and terminal software only

Targets advanced private customers

Population of 5 000 000 and a mobile terminal penetration of 90%.

20% of the terminals can support more than one network interface in Year 0, with an increase of 5-20% the first years.

We attract 0.5% of the multilink terminals as customers.

ARPU is 3€ with an annual decrease

The net present value (NPV) is estimated to be 1 026 084.

This business case shows a positive cash flow already after 1 year.

Final review

Deliverable D3.3


Example of an operator providing broadband 3g and wifi access
Example of an operator providing broadband 3G and WiFI access

Business case assumptions

Customers with multilink terminals use multilink transparently controlled by the operator

Increased revenue due to more customers (2-5%)

Invests in gateway and terminal software

Population of 5 000 000 and a mobile terminal penetration of 90%.

20% of the terminals can support more than one network interface in Year 0, with an increase of 5-20% the first years.

This business case shows a positive cash flow already in year 1.

Final review

Deliverable D3.3


Fixed broadband western european residential market
Fixed broadband Western European residential market access

Busy hour traffic forecasts

Penetration forecasts

Several high quality sources for traffic data

Own developed forecast methods

Final review

Deliverable D3.4


Mobile broadband consumer and business market western europe
Mobile broadband consumer and business market Western Europe access

Penetration, large screen

Final review

Deliverable D3.4


Mobile data busy hour traffic western europe
Mobile data busy hour traffic Western Europe access

Gbps

Final review

Deliverable D3.4


Market development summary
Market development summary access

  • Busy hour total traffic forecasts during the busy hour; key information for planning and dimensioning of the networks

  • Short-term and long-term traffic forecasts are crucial for long term network planning

  • Long-term traffic forecasts for both fixed and mobile broadband data in the busy hour show an explosive growth.

    • Mobile data traffic in 2015 increases 36 times the 2008 level and 16 times the 2009 level

    • Fixed broadband traffic is estimated to be 19 times larger than the mobile broadband in 2009, while the proportion is reduced to 6 times larger in 2015

  • However, it is important to underline that there are uncertainties in these forecasts

Final review

Deliverable D3.4


Growth in provisioning and consumption of digital content on internet
Growth in provisioning and consumption of digital content on Internet

High digital share:

  • Music: large CD decrease, revenue catastrophe, hope: subscription models

  • Games: smooth transformation to online, healthy online business

    Low digital share – so far:

  • Film: DVD decrease, some online streaming successes

  • TV: linear still going strong, online is catch-up

Challenge: Sustainable business model for digital content

In the long run: transformation to sustainable digital models

Final review

Deliverable 3.5


Challenge for content industry challenge for broadband networks
Challenge for content industry – challenge for broadband networks

Broadband network: How to position in mediator role between end-user and content provider?

Suggestion 1 – MEDIATOR ROLE:

Two-sided market – sender party paysthe broadband network:

Final review

Deliverable 3.5


Challenge for content industry challenge for broadband networks1
Challenge for content industry – challenge for broadband networks

Suggestion 2 – MEDIATOR ROLE:

The hypothesis is: Part of the spending categories, which the household now pay for, will in the future be partially substituted by use of services in the mobile and fixed broadband networks

Final review

Deliverable 3.5


Household spending for content and telecommunication increase
Household spending for content and telecommunication networksincrease

We see the spending over time change between categories, but for some of the countries there is also a significant growth in total spending.

Example: Cultural services and entertainment , Norway

The table shows that all three categories for the Norwegian market have a very significant growth both from 2000 – 2005 and from 2005 to 2009. Probably there will be a similar in the period 2005 – 2009 in the Western European market.

Final review

Deliverable 3.5


Substitution can happen also in rural areas
Substitution networkscan happen, also in rural areas

Lower content spending in rural areas

Communication spending almost on urban level

Communication

Entertainment

Final review

Deliverable 3.5


Summary and further work
Summary and further work networks

Final review

Deliverable D3.5


Investigated multilink techniques
Investigated multilink techniques networks

  • Content adaption

  • Bandwidth aggregation

  • Service constraints optimisation

  • Forward error correction over multiple connections

  • Reliability and robustness/Reliability and security

  • Inter-system network load balancing with QoS awareness

  • Radio Resource Management (RRM)

  • Multiple antenna techniques

Final review

Deliverable D4.2/D5.1


Network layer main multilink techniques
Network layer main multilink techniques networks

  • Adaptive video coding

    • Layered video on different links

    • Frame types on different links

  • Adaptive scheduling

    • Consider latency, loss rate, link bandwidth

    • Streaming and control traffic, priority handling

  • Forward / Backward error checking and correction

    • Considers different link loss rate

  • Monitoring

    • Passive and active end-to-end for each link

Final review

Deliverable D4.2/D5.1


Network layer techniques key benefits
Network layer techniques key benefits networks

  • Increased throughput by sending independent information on several concurrent streams

  • Increased reliability, e.g., by sending duplicate information on several concurrent streams

  • Increased service continuity by dynamic and flexible access to different radio access networks

  • Increased network utilisation by sharing the network load

    • Supported by simulations and analytical modelling

Final review

Deliverable D4.2/D5.1


Radio access network layer main techniques and benefits
Radio access network layer main techniques and benefits networks

  • Service capacity

    • Selection an optimal link for each user

    • Use multiple input multiple output (MIMO) technology

  • Service reliability by using redundant links

    • MIMO technology

  • Increased quality of service (QoS)

    • Load balancing including user QoS parameters

Final review

Deliverable D4.2/D5.1


Multilink network architecture
Multilink network architecture networks

  • Identified deployment possibilities of MARCH ML techniques into holistic architectural settings

    • Considering ongoing standardisation

    • Considering various multilink connectivity modes

    • Proposing specific value propositions

    • Investigating evolution paths

  • More specifically, investigating and proposing solutions

    • Multipath gateway

    • Multilink middleware

    • Multilink connection manager

    • Enhanced Wi-Fi offload with multilink

    • Roaming and multi-actor assured services

Final review

Deliverable D5.2


Multilink connectivity modes concurrent use of multiple links
Multilink connectivity modes networksConcurrent use of multiple links

MPG(Multipath Gateway)Service FlowSplitting / Merging

Service flow split/merge

ML User Equipment

App

App

MPG

MLA

Multi TCP connections

App

MLA

App

App

App

App

HLø

Deliverable D5.2


Multilink connectivity modes concurrent use of multiple links1
Multilink connectivity modes networks Concurrent use of multiple links

IP flow mobility (3GPP Rel. 10)

App

MLA

App

3GPP access

PDN-GW(MLG)

App

App

App

Non-3GPP access

App

3GPP MNO

Core

App

  • Seamless WLAN offload

  • IP flow mobility between 3GPP and WLAN (DSMIPv6)

  • Interactions with the Policy Control and ANDSF frameworks

HLø

Deliverable D5.2


Multipath gateway architecture
Multipath Gateway Architecture networks

IP – in – IP tunnels

ML User Equipment

Multipath GW

Virtual Socket API

Content Server

Application

ML Adaptor (MLA)

MPG FunctionMapping the e2e IP stream onto the IP tunnels

Application

OS Socket API with link specific nw address

MARCH Middleware

OS IP stack

OS IP stack

Link/Phy

Link/Phy

NIC

NIC

NIC

Deliverable D5.2


Architecture enhanced wi fi offload with multilink
Architecture – networksEnhanced Wi-Fi offload with multilink

HSS/SPR

User Equipment

AppSrv

Policy Client

eANDSF

Application

Application

Application

IMS Client

IMS Core

MLPDP(ePCRF)

Conn Mgr

Multilink Middleware

OS IPStack

MPG

MPCF

PDN-GW(MLGF)

PEF

NIAL

Link/Phy

MPG

3GPP

Wi-Fi

Holistic evolution of the user terminal is key!

MLPDP – ML Policy Decision Point

PEF – Policy Enforcement Function

HSS – Home Subscriber Server

SPR – Subscriber Profile Repository

NIAL – Network Interface Abstraction Layer

NI – Network Interface (Card)

Deliverable D5.2


MNO partnering with networksHotSpot Network Operator

Competing MNO domain

Inter-actor operation, potentially based onGSMA OneAPI

PCRF

eANDSF

MLPDP(ePCRF)

CG

PEF

AP

AP

AG

PEF

AP(M)

MPGF

CS

MLUE

Partner HotSpot domain

MLA

AppSrv

AP

AP

PEF

CG (F)

AP(F)

Internet

Deliverable D5.2


Roaming with multilink and Wi-Fi based local breakout networks

OnlineContentProvider(Home area)

(1)

Service/Session Handler

CS

(2)

VisitedMNO(Core)

Visited MNO(Access)

Service/Session Handler

(4)

VisitedeANDSF

(7)

(5)

(3)

HomeMNO(Core)

Transit (Hub) Internet NSP

HSS

Service/Session Handler

MLPDP(ePCRF)

(6)

AP

AP

AP(M)

CG(M)

PEF

LRM

MLCF

Roaming multilink user

MPGF

MLUE

MLA

HotspotPartner domain / Premises

LRM

AP(F)

Point of Interconnect supporting Assured service quality traffic terminationCf. EU project ETICS

Final review

Deliverable D5.2


March technical exploitation beyond soa
MARCH - Technical Exploitation beyond SoA networks

  • Development of the scalable and modular multilink architecture

  • Telvent - First multilink-aware content provider

  • IPTV application to display multilink streams by Gravity

  • Transparent multilink solution and mediator service are under development by Simula

  • Multi access network solutions to be developed into future product lines by Lividi

  • Video conference solution that exploits multiple networks simultaneously by Lividi

  • New product: RMM server by RuggedCom

  • Multilink techniques such as dynamic FEC, bandwidth aggregation, adaptive bit rate control and AVC codec by LiveU

Final review

Deliverable D7.6


March economical exploitation
MARCH Economical Exploitation networks

  • New N-play business models

  • Business evaluations for different cases

  • New market strategies and partner strategies

  • IPTV live event application

  • Developed products hopefully will generate significant impact on live broadcast market

  • Standardisation of the developed results

    • Contributions to 3GPP, IPSphere and TMForum on multilink combination of mobile and wireless local area network

Final review

Deliverable D7.6


March dissemination
MARCH networksDissemination

  • MARCH publications

    • Papers in journals: 8

    • Papers in conference proceedings: 17

    • Presentations at workshops and conferences: 10

  • MARCH events and demonstrations

    • MARCH workshop in Norway - Fornebu, Norway, 27th of October, 2009

    • First MARCH international workshop - Ramat-Gan, Tel Aviv, Israel, 3rd of MARCH, 2010.

  • MARCH live demonstration at Svalbard, Norway - MARCH multilink technology used to provide live video coverage from an excavation site of Predator X at Svalbard, 3 - 17 August 2010

Final review

Deliverable D7.6


March dissemination1
MARCH Dissemination networks

  • MARCH events and demonstrations

    • Celtic-Plus Event 2011 - The MARCH consortium demonstrated the project's results on the Celtic-Plus Event 2011. Live coverage of this CELTIC Event was powered by LiveU - member of the MARCH Consortium - using the multilink technology

    • Workshop on Broadband mobile access over heterogeneous networks for improved capacity, coverage, and quality of experiences

  • Universities disseminated the results through their education activity

    • PhD theses, MsC/BsC theses, etc.

  • Website of the project was launched where all the public material is accessible

Final review

Deliverable D7.6


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