Update from SIMalliance on LTE. Jean-Claude Perrin SIMalliance LTE Work Group Chairman

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Update from SIMalliance on LTE

Jean-Claude Perrin

SIMalliance LTE Work Group Chairman

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Over last two years,

a new generation of devices came to the market…

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This has led to a growth of data traffic load

in operator network compared to voice...

15 x higher

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LTE becoming the 4G standard for all markets

Advanced EDGE DL: 1,3 Mbps UL: 653 Kbps EDGE DL: 474 Kbps UL: 474 Kbps

3GPP GSM EDGE Radio Access Network Evolution

3GPP UMTS Radio Access Network Evolution

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

3GPP mobile

operators

HSDPA DL: 14,4 Mbps UL: 384 Kbps In 5 MHZ HSDPA/HSUPA DL: 14,4 Mbps UL: 5,76 Mbps In 5 MHZ HSPA + DL: 28 Mbps UL: 11,5 Mbps In 5 MHZ LTE DL: 100 Mbps UL: 50 Mbps In 20 MHZ LTE Advanced DL: 1 Gbps EVDO Rev0 DL: 2,4 Mbps UL:153 Kbps In 1.25 MHZ EVDO RevA DL: 3,1 Mbps UL: 1,8 Mbps In 1.25 MHZ EVDO RevB DL: 14,7 Mbps UL: 4,9 Mbps In 5 MHZ

3GPP Long Term Evolution

CDMA 2000 Evolution

Operators

Committed* to

3GPP2 mobile

operators

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Wimax declining in favor of LTE

- Clearwire announcement

- Yota Russian wireless Wimax telecoms decided to rely on Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology

MNOs : 80 networks commitments in 33 countries

(Sources GSA information paper “evolution to LTE” : June 7th 2010)

One Voice Initiative to handle Voice and SMS traffic over LTE using IMS=> VoLTE

(AT&T, Orange, Telefonica, TeliaSonera, Verizon, Vodafone, Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nokia, Samsung Electronics, and Sony Ericsson)

LTE Worldwide Snapshot

More & more LTE Devices becoming available

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Industry Market forecasts :

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380 million LTE subscribers WW by 2015 (Research & Market)

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150 million LTE devices sold by 2013 (Strategy Analytics)

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$8.6 billion spent by the operators in LTE infrastructure by 2013

LTE Spectrum Auctions

-

Noram/USA Completed

- EMEA : Austria – end 2010, Czech Republic – after 2012, Denmark – 2010,

Finland – completed Dec 2009

, France – 2010,

Germany – completed May

LTE Worldwide Snapshot

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Finland – completed Dec 2009

, France – 2010,

Germany – completed May

2010 [4.4 B€, VF D2, O2, DT, E-Plus],

Hungary – unusable band due to NATO,

Italy – end 2010, Ireland – 2012-2014, Netherlands – Compelrte,

Norway –

completed 2007

, Poland – 2010, Portugal – end 2010, Slovenia – end 2010,

Spain – 2010,

Sweden – completed May 2008

, UK – summer 2010; spectrum

2.6Ghz, 800Mhz – digital dividend

- Latin America : end 2013-15, incumbents FDD, new entrants TDD, mixed

spectrum: 700Mhz, 2.3/2.5 Ghz, 2.6Ghz

- Middle East Auctions : end 2010 & 2011, FDD 2.6Ghz

- Asia :

Japan 2009, 1,5 GHz et 1,7 GHz frequency range to the four MNOs

;

China 2010

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LTE Usage Phases (assumptions)

LTE USB modem LTE (Smart)phones LTE Consumer Electronics

2010 2011 2011/2012+ 2013+ LTE PCs /Mobiles Internet Devices 7 Data : , Corporate office applications on PC like devices Home Broadband Femtocell first smartphones

coming to the market First middle-end or features phones

Consumer

Electronics devices incorporating LTE modules

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TCP/

UDP

USB

… to the UICC

High speed from the

Network

LTE Key Features: High Speed, Low Latency

Use Cases Overview

HTTP / HTTPS

Enhanced mobile video*

Multimedia File Exchange*

Mobile Gaming*

Instant transactions*

Low latency

Voice over IP

[*] very specific to LTE

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Always connected

LTE Key Features : Always Connected & Trust for QoE

Use Cases Overview

Trusted Web

Quality of Experience

Multi-devices

Redirection*

Intelligent roaming

M2M/ int. of things*

Device tracking &

customization

Rich personal data

Mgt *

Interact. Digital Signage*

Mobile Cloud

Computing*

Protected transactions

on the Internet

Trusted authentication

for online services

Secure peer-to-peer

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LTE promises …

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Consumer Media

& Entertainment

Enterprise

Collaboration &

e-Healthcare

Automotive

Connectivity

Digital Signage

Computing

Experience

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SIMalliance WG Positionning

• To cope with

data growth

traffic driven

by the smart

dongles and the smart

phones (30% of the new

commercialized terminal will

Investment in network

infrastructure (includes LTE

RAN, EPC, IMS) to

maintain high quality of

service

Adoption of new billing

SIMalliance to support

operator

“value Services”

strategy

Value proposition

1]

UICC : an IP network card

capable of exposing MNOs

MNO Goals

MNO Goals

MNO Goals

MNO Goals

MNO Priorities

MNO Priorities

MNO Priorities

MNO Priorities

SIMalliance Positionning

SIMalliance Positionning

SIMalliance Positionning

SIMalliance Positionning

commercialized terminal will

be smartphones in 2010)

• To

maintain leadership

with internet mobile growth

&

reduce the cost per bit

• To

increase the data

traffic revenue

& find an

intermediary model in the

internet giving

more value

to the MNOs

Adoption of new billing

models

for data traffic to

grow data revenue (linked

to bandwidth services for

example)

Balancing of the open

web services with MNOs

differentiated “Value

premium” services

capable of exposing MNOs

services remotely

in a

multidevice environment, an

in simple manner ; services

are not limited to security and

cryptography

2] Solutions and Services

-

IP based OTA servers

- Applications leveraging

LTE/IMS and new usages

(cloud computing, IMS,

RCS...)

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Mission Statement

Positioning the UICC based solutions within the LTE environment (all IP, always on,

low latency, need of trust) as the “key” means for the Carriers to offer differentiated

« value » premium services to their end users

Main Achievements

White Paper issued in May 2010 - Amsterdam LTE World Summit

To promote the combination of LTE and UICC value added solutions to support the

uptake of operators’ premium services

SIMalliance LTE Work Group

Started in Jan 2010

LTE UICC Profile Issued in June 2010 – Roma SIMposium

A collection of requirements for optimal support of LTE/EPS networks by the UICC

Next steps

UICC profile update, as needed, following MNO’s feedback and new inputs

Work on the LTE Device feature document to allow Operators to take full benefit of LTE

& UICC technologies

Marketing and Communication : video illustrating the White Paper positions, (two)

PoCs with MNOs premium services leveraging the LTE disruption and the UICC

differentiating features, participation to specific professional events

Involvement of strategic partners of the LTE ecosystem

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LTE UICC

Fixed mobile convergence Easy integration of Internet services Strong user authentication & security

UICC & Remote Management Servers

All-IP architecture Remote

customization of User

Equipment, Customer care & Tracking

Web interface look & feel High speed data transfer Secure and exclusive access to user data

LTE Remote management Server

Feature UICC0 (Fundamental) UICC1 (Recommended) UICC2 (Premium) EPS network authentication X X X UMTS authentication / GSM full backward compatibility X X X IMS network access X X X i-WLAN access - X X 3GPP / 3GPP2

interworking (*) X X X USIM Toolkit

security user data

Continuity of services Connectivity everywhere Works with all handsets

UICC

Admin agent

USIM Toolkit

enhancement X X X Smart Card Web

Server - X X

OTA features X X X High Capacity Storage - - X Generic bootstrapping architecture (GBA) - X X Extended Authentication protocol (EAP) - X X

High Speed Protocol - X X Femtocell provisioning

information X X X Extension of PLMN list

with Access Technology X X X Others features - - X

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LTE Use Cases examples :

Web server, Operator services in UICC

Services Portal

Instant Messaging

Social Phonebook

Application Store

Interactive Helpdesk

Top contacts manager

Put your services in any

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Thank you !

Jean-claude.perrin@simalliance.org

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LTE Use Case Example

UICC

SIM / USIM

EAP-SIM

Nand Flash

Connection Manager Contact book Operator End-user Service Manager

Welcome to

Hello Wireless! CONNECTION

Load the connection manager and operator suite in any PC by simply

inserting the UICC (using the CD-ROM volume of the UICC)

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EAP-AKA

ISIM

OTP

SSO

VoIP-phone Mail Call Processing Send SMS/ MMS Personal files Service Manager

Welcome to

Hello Wireless!

CONNECTION MANAGER

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LTE & UICC end to end architecture overview

TCP/UDP

Over LTE

Radio – Network – Applicative servers

End User Equipment

ISO/IEC 7816

or USB

Handset

Over LTE

UICC

(with USIM and ISIM

and VAS apps) LTE UICC

Remote Management platform

or USB

USB modem

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Core Network

(CN)

Home Subscriber

Server

Wireless network have evolved to support data :

Generic Architecture

User Equipment

(UE)

Radio Access

Network

(RAN)

External Network

(Internet, PSTN, …)

Routing/ Gateway Server

Signaling bearer

Traffic bearer

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BSC

GERAN

GSM/EDGE Radio Access Network

BTS

CN

External Networks

SGSN

GGSN

Packet Switch

Domain

Architecture of an UMTS/3G network

UE

MSC

HSS

GMSC

Circuit Switch

Domain

VLR

RNC

Node B

UTRAN

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CN

External Networks

Evolved Packet Core (EPC)

Serving

PDN

Evolved Universal Terrestrial

Radio Access Network

LTE is an all IP Network

official name : EPS (Evolved Packed System)

UE

HSS

Serving

GW

PDN

GW

EPC

Radio Access Network

(E-UTRAN)

eNodeB

MME

Synonyms:

E-UTRAN = LTE (Long Term Evolution) EPC = SAE (System Architecture Evolution)

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3GPP standards & UICC

Summary for LTE

Mobility Management Parameters for SAE / LTE

Allowing fast reconnection to LTE network after shut-down

Location information (GUTI, TAI, EPS update status) are now stored in a new file : EF EPSLOCI

PLMN List : support of LTE

allowing steering of roaming across 4G, 3G, 2G networks see : EFPLMNwACT, EFOPLMNwACT, EFHPLMNwACT

Secure the access to LTE networks

EPS NAS security context : EFEPSNSC

Operator name list (OPL) updated to support LTE

new LTE area (TAI) are stored in the USIM, allowing information of the end-user on the network identity

Provisioning Information for Home eNodeB (Femtocells)

Access control to femtocells using Closed Subscriber Group lists

Allowing faster connection to allowed femtocells & informing the user (for instance : billing type) Updateable via OTA to allow operator management

EFACSGL, EFCSGI, EFHNBN

IMS is de-facto mandatory in LTE networks

ISIM is therefore useful to provision IMS keys & identities to the terminal

USAT has been adapted for LTE

Network Measurement results, Network Rejection event, BIP control on LTE parameters, Call Control

LTE terminal tests update

to verify the compliance of LTE terminals using USIM for specific procedures : PLMN selection, authentication, …

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LTE Mobile Operators’ Commitments

MNOs : 64 networks commitments in 31 countries

(Sources GSA information paper “evolotion to LTE” : April 7th 2010)

Deployment follows 4G frequency awarding/auction WW :700-800-900 MHz & 2.6 GHz

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One Voice Initiative to handle Voice and SMS traffic over LTE using IMS=> VoLTE

(AT&T, Orange, Telefonica, TeliaSonera, Verizon, Vodafone, Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nokia, Samsung Electronics, and Sony Ericsson)

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SIMalliance LTE Work Group

Mission Statement

Positioning the UICC based solutions within the LTE environment (all IP, always on, low latency, need of trust) as the “mandatory” means for the Carriers to offer differentiated « value » premium services to their end users

Chipset/device makers : introduce key features needed for LTE [IP features, ISIM, SCWS, USB-IC, …] ; to be well coordinated with SCWS Group

Main Achievements in 2010

Alignment of views on the LTE approach (WG group created in Dec. 09) LTE training on & conference at SIMposium Roma

LTE training on & conference at SIMposium Roma LTE white paper

LTE UICC profile : template stage

Next steps

LTE UICC Profile

Communication at LTE WorldSummit Amsterdam, 18-20 May 2010

PR relating to the creation of the Simalliance LTE working group, availability of the white paper and UICC LTE profile

Participation to a Panel Discussion

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LTE Use Case Example

UICC

SIM / USIM

EAP-SIM

Memory

Connection Manager Contact book Operator End-user Service Manager

Welcome to

Hello Wireless! CONNECTION

Load the connection manager and operator suite in any PC by simply

inserting the UICC (using the CD-ROM volume of the UICC)

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EAP-AKA

ISIM

OTP

SSO

VoIP-phone Mail Call Processing Send SMS/ MMS Personal files Service Manager

Welcome to

Hello Wireless!

CONNECTION MANAGER

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LTE Use Cases examples

1.

Rich Communications (Voice, Video, File sharing, presence, Web PDM …).

2.

Secure content access (TV, video, music, banking data…)

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The UICC in LTE…

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Conclusion

Mobile Operators

Take advantage of the LTE disruption

Industry bodies

GSMA, ETSI, 3GPP, OMTP, Global Platform,...

A collaboration between all actors is needed

Ecosystem, Handset manufacturers & SIM vendors

Features implementation for « Value Premium Services » use cases [SCWS,

USB, NFC, Secure Channels, BIP Client]

Follow standards & share implementation, interoperability tests

Offering of end to end solutions

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Thank you !

Jean-Claude.Perrin@simalliance.org

Tel : +33 6 11 04 87 03

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