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  • 第七届全球移动宽带论坛官方总结报告
  • 2016年11月23-25日,由华为,GSMA和GTI联合主办的第七届全球移动宽带论坛在日本幕张国际博览中心成功举行。来自全球的1500多位与会嘉宾,包括运营商(超过50%为C-Level/VP以上嘉宾),第三方(合作伙伴,媒体和分析师,超过51%为Director以上嘉宾),围绕产业合作、数字化联合创新、产业生态与网络创新等话题进行深入交流。请下载大会的官方总结报告。
  • 2016-12-20
  • MBBF16大会总结刊
  • 总结刊给你最全面的图文盘点,同时还有两篇原创专题报道(5G和垂直行业)敬请关注。
  • 2016-12-07
  • 5G时代的下一代SON技术
  • 白皮书深入分析了当前和未来电信网络运维面临的挑战,认为下一代SON(NG SON)将会基于海量数据平台和云计算。并将实现目前所有存在明确输入输出数据的网络工作的自动化和智能化,成为云化时代Cloud-RAN的使能者。SON技术最重要的驱动力之一是提升运营效率,帮助运营商适应无线网络的快速演进,因此下一代SON将成为RAN的一个内置模块,并与RAN一起设计和开发。面向场景的SON、面向用户的SON和基于栅格级的SON是下一代SON的关键能力,为4.5G乃至未来5G网络自动运维提供了有力参考。
  • 2016-12-07
  • 2016全球移动宽带论坛预热刊
  • 大会热点抢先看,以及本次大会行业合作伙伴GSMA和GTI的独家专访。
  • 2016-12-05
  • 2016全球移动宽带论坛场刊(24日)
  • CTO圆桌独家分析报道以及展区亮点抢先看,以及5G和4.5G专题文章。
  • 2016-12-05
  • 2016全球移动宽带论坛场刊(25日)
  • 大会首日主题演讲的新闻报道,以及车联网、物联网专题文章。
  • 2016-12-05
  • Small Cell Network White Paper
  • Small cells are likely to play an important role in meeting the network demands of the future. The increasing numbers of massive hotspot areas with demanding capacity and connections requirements has seen a rise in popularity of small cell solutions. Over the past 3 to 5 years, operators, who invested areas such as sports stadiums, urban avenues, shopping mall, big transport hubs, etc.
  • 2016-11-23
  • Things Coverage Network Planning Whitepaper:A Things-Oriented Network Planning Methodology
  • Diverse IoT services and divergent business requirements lead to new challenges for network construction. IoT network planning and deployment must shift from network-centric to use case-centric to provide excellent things experience and maximize IoT value. Huawei has conducted in-depth research on IoT network construction to facilitate the experience evaluation of things. As a result, Huawei proposes an innovative 5-dimensional experience definition (based on Availability, Bandwidth, Coverage, Delay sensitivity, and Energy efficiency), and the world's first requirement baseline to evaluate typical services (such as smart meters, connected cars and so on). According to the 5-dimension experience of things, Huawei has...
  • 2016-11-23
  • Smart Transportation: Maximize mobile network’s value beyond connectivity
  • In this report, we examined smart transportation from an innovative perspective and divide the topic into a few sub-topics. Based on the market size and the demands for mobile network, we have identified four major opportunities for MNOs, including telematics service with UBI and Fleet Management, smart parking service based on the NB-IoT network technology, Emergency Service Network based on LTE network and enhanced ADAS based on LTE-V or 5G network. In each vertical market, we provided case studies cover different models of engagement by operators, ranging from data pipe to integrated solution providers. Based on these analyses, we proposed new positioning and practical guide for MNOs.
  • 2016-11-19
  • Delivering Mobile Diversity
  • As mobile connections multiply and diversify, telecoms operators are looking to deploy new flexible network architectures. Now interwoven into the fabric of daily life, mobile connectivity is being applied in all kinds of innovative ways. As well as delivering compelling consumer services, it is helping drive the development of the Internet of Things (IoT), which promises to transform many different parts of the economy. To deliver everything from high definition entertainment to remote control of industrial equipment, mobile networks need to juggle a diverse set of demands. Sometimes they need to prioritise throughput, sometimes responsiveness, sometimes battery life.
  • 2016-11-19
  • 5G Opening up New Business Opportunities
  • Society and industry are undergoing a digital transformation, and it is apparent that existing mobile networks will not be able to satisfy future communication needs. New technology is required. According to a 5G white paper[1] newly released by Forbes, over 80% of executives believe that 5G, a new generation of mobile broadband (MBB) network, has the potential to provide a range of benefits. Industrial managers have begun to realize that MBB networks provide a path and platform for the upgrade and transformation of multiple aspects of their operations. The connection platform enabled by 5G network infrastructure must be leveraged to release the full potential of digitalization.
  • 2016-10-19
  • 5G Network Architecture: A High-Level Perspective
  • In the 5G era, a single network infrastructure can meet diversified service requirements. A Cloud-Native E2E network architecture has the following attributes: Provides logically independent network slicing on a single network infrastructure to meet diversified service requirements and provides DC-based cloud architecture to support various application scenarios. Uses CloudRAN to reconstruct radio access networks (RAN) to provide massive connections of multiple standards and implement on-demand deployment of RAN functions required by 5G. Simplifies core network architecture to implement ondemand configuration of network functions through control and user plane separation, component-based functions, and unified database management.
  • 2016-10-19
  • The Mobile Industrial Revolution: Anticipating the impact and opportunities of 5G networks on business
  • Global business leaders say that mobile and wireless are critical to the way they do business, but they worry that their needs are outpacing existing access networks. In order to evolve and succeed in the future, these executives say their companies will require revolutionary increases in the speed, capacity and connectivity of mobile devices—and they’re looking to 5G networks to provide it.
  • 2016-10-19
  • Mobile Video Report: Business Models Innovation Drives Mobile Video Monetization
  • This report provides European operators with examples of successful promotion of mobile video from selected operators in different parts of the world. These case studies cover different modes of engagement by operators, ranging from sponsored data to launching their own OTT services, from partnerships with media companies to operating video portals. This report concludes with a set of recommendations for European operators. We believe European operators should move beyond selling vanilla data plans as this race will hurt the bottom line and offers no differentiation.
    Instead, we recommend European operators consider other more sophisticated models, e.g. video centric tariffs, sponsored data, and exclusive content through in house development or partnerships.
  • 2016-10-19
  • Mobile Video Report: Video a Key Driver of Mobile Market Value
  • Mobile video is the dominant source of data traffic on mobile networks in a growing number of countries, making a significant contribution to data revenue growth in both developed and developing regions. Mobile is a key part of today’s anytime, anywhere patterns of video consumption, with service evolution through social video, live streaming and immersive 360o or VR/AR video boosting user demand and capacity needs. Video is also becoming increasingly important to users on other dimensions; as a means of communication, a source of information and security, or a means of self-expression.
  • 2016-10-19