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Huawei 5G

Mikko Terho
CTO Moblie Software & Site Manager Finland

Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. www.huawei.com


Huawei Corporation Business Structure

Consumer Enterprise Carrier


Business Business Business
 Smartphones  Data center  Enterprise  Mobile network
 MBB & home infrastructure network  Fixed network

devices  Big Data  M2M  Telecom software

 Wearable devices analytic connection and core network


 Vehicle telematics
platform management
 Cloud services platform
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Consolidating leadership in carrier business market
77% of Carrier Business Group’s
revenue is from global top 50
Market share of major products
telecom carriers No.2 No.2

24% 21%
RAN IP router

No.1 No.1

21% 31%
WDM Broadband access

Source: Dell'Oro, Infonetics, and Ovum


Winning consumers' love and trust, building brand
influence
Top 100 Best Smartphone retail Smartphone shipments increased to 75 million units,
Global Brands market share a year-on-year growth of 45%

No.94 No.3 80
70
75

60
50 52

Increasing global 40
NPS rose to 43% 30
brand awareness 32
20
20
10
0
65% No.3 3

Y2009 Y2011 Y2012 Y2013 Y2014

Smartphone shipments (Unit: million)


Source: IPSOS, GFK
Focusing on ICT Infrastructure and the Pipe System

 Massive amounts of data require bigger,


wider, and faster pipes to support
continuous data growth. This presents
strategic opportunities for Huawei.
 Huawei focuses on products, services,
and solutions for transmitting, storing,
and distributing information. We
concentrate on the pipe strategy without
investing in content or applications.
 The pipe strategy is Huawei's core
strategy and key area of focus. Huawei
will invest and develop based on the pipe
system to achieve effective growth and
long-term returns.
Enterprise Business

Focusing on Selected Industries, to provide one-stop


innovative ICT product and solution

Public safety Smart City Government

Power Transportation

Finance Education

Customer-centric
Media & Entertainment culture ISP
Keeping Pace with New Trends to Lead Industry
Development
 Serve as a board member of the 5G Infrastructure Association under 5GPPP,
drive the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme, and co-author NGMN's 5G
5G whitepaper
 Push ITU-R 5G roadmap to lead the development of the 5G industry

 Co-establish the Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV) where Huawei serves as a platinum member
and plays a leading role in its BOD and Technical Steering Committee (TSC).
NFV/SDN  Promote the open source projects of the Open Network Operating System (ONOS) as its founding
member; focus on the SDN market for carriers; and officially release the Open Lab open test
platform in the OpenDaylight community.

 Co-establish oneM2M where Huawei helps set and apply standards and drives
the IoT industry forward.
IoT/M2M  Join Industry 4.0, Industrial Internet Consortium, and China Integration and
Innovation Alliance of Internet and Industry; join IEEE P2413 as a founding
member; and facilitate the development of IoT architecture.
Positive growth in Finland

12/2011 12/2012 12/2013 12/2014 1H/2015


Turnover
17 097 37 299 31 519 48 576 ~30 000+
1000 EUR
Employees n/a 27 33 49 ~150+
Strong investments to Finland
150+ employees,
12+ nationalities,
3 offices in Helsinki,
Incl. 1 R&D Center in Ruoholahti
with 100+ employees
Global focus for Huawei R&D FIN
Terminal/handset
Only European full R&D team in 5G

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Finland R&D structure Head of Sweden R&D
Urban
Fagerstedt/Zhouxin

CTO & Site Manager


Mikko Terho/Gaoquan

LAB 2012 Device


RFIC Hisilicon Company
Wang
R&D CC CSI CRI CHEI Pauli Seppinen Fengying
Security Terminal OS 5G Researh Antenna and (Linda)
Janne Mäntylä Mikko Terho Kari Leppänen RFTeam
5G
Huawei 5G Service Cube – 1000 times more everything

 1000 x LTE area capacity -> 1 Tbps / km2


 10 lower latency -> 1 ms
 Top speeds: 100/10 Gbps indoor / outdoor

10x
Spectrum

10x 10x
Density MIMO
5G

How to bring 5G capacity at low cost for urban outdoor?

Possible solution ingredients:


1. Combine with streetlighting
(power)
2. Very dense RAN with all
units equipped with antenna
array
3. Wireless backhaul
4. Graceful degradation (OPEX
minimization)
5G

How to bring living room to a car?


How to bring low latency
for tactile Internet and high
rate for HD 3D graphics
to a car moving at 120
km/h on a highway?

Or to cars in dense urban?


5G
From hot-spot small cell to dense RAN

 Mobile users switch between  High-rate low-latency users stay


small cell and macro in dense RAN
 QoS varies, latency problems  Homogenous QoS, low latency,
max capacity
5G
From UE to NW mobility measurement Challenge
2

Mobility in dense RAN (small cell) layer is critical for service


quality.
5G
100-1000 times more data Challenge
3
How about energy?

Data volume

Energy/bit

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5G
Dense 5G makes super-accurate
low-power positioning a low-hanging fruit

 Ultra-dense access network


 User node can ”see”several access nodes simultaneously within a range less than
20/100 meters (indoor/outdoor)
 Wide bandwidth (likely 200 MHz or more)
 High accuracy of time-of-arrival estimation
 Access nodes equipped with antenna arrays
 Angle-of-arrival information can improve the positioning accuracy
 User node position is needed for predictive mobility and
RRM in any case (probably less accurate)
 ”Terrestrial GPS”
5G
Dense 5G can bring urban
and indoor positioning to a new level

 High-accuracy (<0.1 m *) positioning


 Works indoors
 Consumes at most a few mW of device power (100 times
less than GPS): continuous operation without any effect on
mobile device battery life
 Would allow also device attitude determination
 Would also work for wearable devices and low-power
sensors
 *) An estimate based on simulations done with a possible WLAN positioning system
at 20 MHz bandwidth
5G
New revenues for access operator

Streetlighting

Sensor read
Local info query/response
Positioning link
5G
5G project objectives
Backhaul Node

 Establish a dense 5G access network concept Wireless Backhaul Link


Fiber Link
Scell on lamppost
Mcell

for outdoor deployment. Scell on facade

 1000x area capacity w.r.t. LTE-A (up to 1 Tbps/km2)


 1 ms RAN latency
 No significant increase in CAPEX/OPEX,
 Sufficient QoS/QoE at vehicular speeds in cities and highways,
 UE battery lasts at least a day in normal 5G usage
 Develop and evaluate predictive methods for UE “handover” and radio link/radio
resource management that permit movement at vehicular speeds without service
interruption and acceptable control plane loading/UE power consumption.
 Existing LTE handover mechanisms are not sufficient at vehicular speeds with
dense deployments.
 Develop and verify a network architecture and related practical solutions in which
a wireless meshed backhaul is employed to reach points where fibre backhaul is
not available or is too expensive.
 Produce a high number of relevant new 5G patents
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