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Empirix xCentrix Mobile Broadband Analysis Package

Predict: Timely intelligence and expert analysis reveals innovative business

opportunities and enables smarter decision-making across the organization

Mobile Network Operators need

every edge in today’s competitive

and evolving environment. Consumer

consumption of mobile resources is

growing exponentially and tolerance

for poor service is over. Empirix offers

actionable intelligence – on network

utilization, subscriber experience,

application performance and more –

enabling operators to make smarter

decisions at every level.

Empirix: Transforming Data into

Intelligence

The Empirix xCentric business

intel-ligence and reporting platform quickly

manipulates large volumes of data and

presents it in a way that is

meaning-ful to each unique user. Leveraging

Empirix’s tremendous knowledge of

Mobile Broadband (MBB) technologies

and market drivers, Empirix xCentrix

includes a vast array of packaged

reports that do more than simply

display a string of statistics. For more

free form analysis, the Empirix

xCen-trix MBB

Analysis

Package

offers an

elegant

web-based

interface

for drilling

or layering multiple data points and

KPIs to reveal hidden trends. There is

no need to wait for queries results;

Empirix xCentrix delivers its findings

instantaneously.

The Empirix xCentrix platform

corre-lates multiple data streams for richer

analytics. The products capabilities

for GPRS/UMTS MMB networks are

enabled by the following types of data

feeds:

¤ GPRS PDP Context Details

¤ IuPS PDP Context Details

¤ GnGp (GTP) Details

¤ HTTP Data Records

¤ IPDR Data Records

The Empirix xCentrix MBB

Analyt-ics Package leverages Empirix MSP

probes for robust data collection and

the Empirix E-XMS management

plat-form, which normalizes data streams

from multiple sources.

Applications:

Optimize the subscriber experience Create more profitable pricing plans Understand end-to-end application performance

Evaluate and refine new service offer-ings

Discern which mobile devices burden network resources

Plan effective infrastructure investments Identify root cause issues

Features:

Comprehensive, out-of-box MBB analy-sis and reports

Multi-dimensional reporting enables users to slice and dice both dimensions and KPIs from many perspectives to illuminate hidden trends

Powerful and elegant web-based envi-ronment for easily visualizing the mean-ing contained in the data

High performance “big data” platform provides instantaneous returns when users manipulate data views

Automated report delivery – to users or portals – triggered by date or data event Report sharing

Customizable for every job function, department and business decision

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Starter Kit Reports

The Empirix xCentrix MBB Analysis Package offers a full range of reports to enable smarter decision making across all

departments and job functions.

Report Type Report Name Report Description

Device Analysis Top Device Summary Report This report analyzes and compares performance characteristics of various device types based on performance, popularity and usage.

Top Device Performance Report This report analyzes and compares device performance and behavior by application. This enables Service Providers to gain visibility into the impact devices have on the network. In addition, Service Providers can utilize this report to provide subscriber recommendations based on unique behaviors and type of applications most used.

Worst Device/Handset by This report analyzes and ranks the list of devices/handsets whose service Network Accessibility connections are most likely to fail from non-network/operator related

causes.

Most Popular Device/Handset This report analyzes and ranks the popularity of the devices/handsets based on usage by unique subscribers. It can also provide insight into the uptake of particular devices in a particular region or area.

Subscriber Analysis Top N Subscribers This report analyzes and ranks the top N subscribers based on total data consumption by volume. It also provides information for enforcing fair usage policies and evaluating new marketing and pricing initiatives. Inbound Roaming Summary Report This report provides an analysis of traffic, roaming connection and user

experience of inbound roamers. Service Providers can utilize this report to take proactive measure against the degradation of revenue-affecting roaming performance. It quickly isolates roaming issues to a specific country/operator, affected location(s), device types and failure causes. Inbound Roaming This report provides a deeper analysis of inbound roaming activities Performance Report including an understanding of Quality of Experience (QoE) by application

type. This also provides Service Providers with greater visibility into subscriber activity for increased opportunities to take a proactive approach to assuring roaming services.

Outbound Roaming This report provides an analysis of traffic, connections and user experience Summary Report for home subscribers roaming in another country and/or network.

Outbound Roaming This report provides a deeper analysis of traffic, connection and user Performance Report experienceof home subscribers roaming in another country and/or net

work specific for the type of applications they use.

Worst N Subscribers with This report analyzes and ranks the list of subscribers having the worst Service Accessibility Issues experience accessing services. It includes a general set of failure

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Report Type Report Name Report Description

Roaming Distribution by This report analyzes and provides a distribution of countries by Mobile Subscriber Country Country Code (MCC) where the roamers are currently on the network and

active sessions by the roamers on the network.

Roaming Distribution by This report analyzes and provides a distribution of networks by Mobile Subscriber Network Network Code (MNC) where the roamers are currently on the network and

active sessions by the roamers on the network.

Network Analysis Most Utilized Network Elements This report analyzes and ranks the most utilized network elements (SGSN, RNC, etc.) based on data volumes and the number of session attempts

supported.

Worst N Network Elements by This report analyzes and ranks the worst network elements by most Service Accessibility failures in service accessibility attempts.

Most Growth Areas by Traffic This reports analyzes and ranks the top N cells, SGSN or regions having Volume the greatest increase in volume over a specific period. This helps identify

growth areas and capacity planning.

Most Growth Areas by Unique This report analyzes and ranks the top N cells, SGSN or regions having the Subscribers greatest increase in traffic from unique subscribers over a specific period. This report identifies growth areas, demographics and capacity planning

issues.

Top PDP Failure Report This report analyzes the spread of affected users by various PDP error causes and supports further root cause drill-downs by location, device and the ability to view the top N subscribers with most PDP failures for a particular failure cause

Application Analysis Top N URL This report provides the top N URL/web sites based on the volume of

users.

Top N Application This report provides the top N applications by popularity measured by unique subscriber count. In addition, it provides additional details on applications including overall volume and average data volume per subscriber.

Worst Performance N Websites This report provides the worst N URL/web sites by response times and non-network related error causes.

Distribution of Applications This report provides a distribution of top applications based on the volume of users.

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Data Feed Dimensions Measures

GPRS PDP Context Details IMEI TAC Bytes Uplink (Bytes) IMSI Bytes Downlink (Bytes) APN Packets Uplink (Packets) Cell Packets Downlink (Packets) Roaming Type Setup Time (Millisecond) PDP Deactivation Success Flag Volume

PDP Rejected Flag Active Success Rate (Percent) BSC IP Address Distinct IMSI Count

Active Flag Session Management Cause Start Date and Time Session Restarted Flag

SGSN IP Address Timeout Expired

Region Average Uplink Throughput

Average Downlink Throughput Average Uplink Duration Time (%) Average Downlink Duration Time (%) IuPS PDP Context Details IMEI TAC Bytes Uplink (Bytes)

IMSI Bytes Downlink (Bytes) APN Packets Uplink (Packets) Cell Packets Downlink (Packets) Roaming Type Setup Time (Millisecond) PDP Deactivation Success Flag Volume

PDP Rejected Flag Active Success Rate (Percent) RNC PC Distinct IMSI Count

Traffic Class Average Uplink Throughput Session Management Cause Average Downlink Throughput

Session Restarted Flag Average Active Uplink Duration Time (%) SGSN PC Average Active Downlink Duration Time (%)

Timeout Expired

Region

Active Flag

Start Date and Time

GnGp (GTP) Details Active Flag Activate Success Start Date and Time Activate Success Rate (%)

IMEI TAC Average Setup Time (Nanosecond) IMSI Bytes Control Plane (Bytes) APN Bytes Downlink (Bytes)

Cell Bytes Uplink (Bytes)

Radio Access Technology GTP Transaction Volume Response Cause Present Flag Packets Downlink (Packets) Delete Cause Present Flag Packets Uplink (Packets)

Answer Flag Transaction Duration (Millisecond)

Roaming Type Volume

Transaction In Sequence Flag Distinct IMSI Count

Transaction Type Distinct Device Count

Multi-dimensional Analysis

Empirix xCentrix supports on-demand reporting and allows users to slice, dice and interact with the data on the fly. Users

can fully explore all data dimensions and measures to design reports or dashboards based on their own unique

require-ments. The following dimensions and measurements are enabled when used with Empirix MSP Probes v2.9.3:

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Data Feed Dimensions Measures

GnGp (GTP) Details SGSN IP Address Total Volume Uplink (MB) Total Volume Downlink (MB) Average Uplink Throughput Average Downlink Throughput

Average Maximum Downlink Throughput Average Minimum Downlink Throughput Average Maximum Uplink Throughput Average Minimum Uplink Throughput

HTTP Cell Fragmented Packets in Download (%)

IMEI Fragmented Packets in Upload (%) TAC Out of Sequence Packets in Download (%) IMSI Out of Sequence Packets in Upload (%)

Host Distinct IMSI Count

HTTP Request Packet Loss in Download (%) HTTP Status Packet Loss in Upload (%)

Start Datetime Retransmitted Bytes in Download (%) User Agent Retransmitted Bytes in Upload (%)

APN Duration

GGSN Fragmented Download

RNC Fragmented Upload

Loss Download

Loss Upload

Network Response Time Out of Sequence Download Out of Sequence Upload Packets Download

Packets Upload Retransmitted Download

Retransmitted Upload Average Uplink Throughput Average Downlink Throughput Average Upload Time Average Downlink Time Average Application Response IPDR Assigned Internet Protocol Application Response Time

Endpoint A Bytes Retransmitted Endpoint B Fragmented Packets IMEI Tac Network Response Time IMSI Out of Sequence Packets TCP Status Distinct IMSI Count

Internet Application Packets Lost Internet Service Packets Retransmitted

Port A Packets Transferred Port B Total Data Transferred Start Datetime Total Payload Transferred

Volume of IPDR ASDRs

For a complete list of offices worldwide, or to find an authorized distributor in your area, please visit: www.empirix.com/contactus.

© 2013 Empirix. All rights reserved. All descriptions, specifications and prices are intended for general information only and are subject to change without notice. Some mentioned features are optional.

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