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May

2015

www.accuver.com

Contents

Accuver at a glance

Accuver at Facts on LTE

We work with leading players

Aim of Workshop

Agenda -

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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates

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Automation Unattended location, Taxi, train and buses

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics

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Benchmarking Supplement current Customer ways

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Tablet and Handheld Measurement Indoor & Stadium

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Accuver at a glance

Established in Sep, 2000


59.4m net sales in 2013
350+ employees ( > 280+ R&D)

Close collaboration with customers and partners


20+ customers in 40+ countries
9,000+ LTE licenses

Accuver Facts on LTE

We have been always the first to market


on the new coming technologies
LTE

CSFB

VoLTE

SRVCC

LTE-A (Carrier Aggregation)


LTE Cat. 6 device support
(Samsung, Intel, Qualcomm)

There are >9,000 LTE licenses running


in our customers hands
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We work with leading players

System Vendors 2

Network operators

Key
Customer
Segments

Engineering Services

Chipset Vendors 3

Aim of Workshop

Present the Proof of concept

Prove the value

Share Accuver Experience

Listen to Customer feedback & understand the Customer


Requirements

Harmonise Next Steps separate workshops with detail


& dedicated agenda, Arrange Trial and Evaluations

Agenda -

XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE-CA (Carrier Aggregation), 3CA and Cat 6
Chipset Interface other than Qualcomm
LTE Voice : SRVCC, VoWiFi and VoLTE

Automation Unattended location, Taxi, train and buses

Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics

Benchmarking Supplement current Customer ways

Tablet and Handheld Measurement Indoor & Stadium

XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE-CA (Carrier Aggregation), 3x CA
UE Category

DL max Data Rate

UL max Data Rate

3GPP release

Cat 3

102.0 Mbps

51.0 Mbps

Release 8

Cat 4

150.8 Mbps

51.0 Mbps

Release 8

Cat 6

301.5 Mbps

51.0 Mbps

Release 10

Cat 10

452.2 Mbps

102.0 Mbps

Release 11

20 MHz

Aggregated
Data Pipe

40 MHz

20 MHz

LTE-A 2x Carrier
Aggregation Network

Up to 301.5 Mbps
20 MHz

20 MHz

LTE-A 3x Carrier
Aggregation Network

20 MHz

Aggregated
Data Pipe

60 MHz

Up to 452.2 Mbps
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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE-CA (Carrier Aggregation), 3CA and Cat 6
1. Timing Offset between Pcell & Scell carriers

Based on 3GPP, both Pcell and Scell should be time synchronised with utmost 32us
deviation. But in reality, it may need to be within 1.4us in the field from our experience.
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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE-CA (Carrier Aggregation), 3CA and Cat 6
2. Secondary Cell Activation and Deactivation status Info based in MAC header
decoding

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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE-CA (Carrier Aggregation), 3CA and Cat 6
3. Band Service Indication

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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE-CA (Carrier Aggregation), 3CA and Cat 6
4. Data rate on each carrier

5. L1/L2/L3 Information on each carrier

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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


Various LTE Chipset Interfaces State of Art level in XCAL/XCAP

Many
All MSM & Snapdragon chipset Series

Galaxy S6
All Exynos and Shanon Modem chipset serieses

HTC Honor 6
Balong 710, 720 & Kirin 920

Samsung Galaxy Alpha


LTE XMM 7260/7262

SQN3120, SQN3220
ALT3100, 3800, 3802
GDM7240, GDM7243S, GDM7243Q
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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE Voice : SRVCC, VoWiFi and VoLTE
Three Phases of LTE Voice

Phase 1
CSFB
(Single Radio)

KPI

Success ratio
Call Setup time

Phase 2
VoLTE with SRVCC

VoLTE
Voice MOS
Call Setup time
HO Success ratio
HO Voice interruption time
M2E delay

Phase 3
Seamless Packet Switched
VoIP & Data Continuity
Across LTE, 3G, HSPA, WiFi
Voice MOS
Call Setup time
VoWiFi
HO Success ratio
HO user plane delay
M2E delay

SRVCC
Voice MOS
HO Success ratio
IRAT handover delay
Voice interruption time*
* 3GPP (22.278) voice interruption performance target of less than 0.3 seconds
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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE Voice : SRVCC, VoWiFi and VoLTE
SRVCC Technology Overview
Single Radio Voice Call Continuity ensuring HO from VoLTE to CS voice

Sv : Interface used to support IRAT


HO from VoLTE to CS
SCC-AS. The SCC (Service
Centralization and Continuity) AS :
responsible for handling the
signalling required for the process

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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE Voice : SRVCC, VoWiFi and VoLTE
SRVCC Technology Overview
High level concepts for SRVCC from E-UTRAN to UTRAN/GERAN
UE

E-UTRAN

MME

MSC Server

Target
UTRAN /GERAN

3GPP IMS

Measurement
Reports
Handover to UTRAN /GERAN
required

Initiates SRVCC for voice component


Handles PS -PS HO for
non -voice if needed

Handover CMD

To eUTRAN
Coordinates SRVCC
and PS HO response

CS handover preparation
IMS Service Continuity Procedure

CS HO response to MME
(CS resources )

Handover
execution

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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE Voice : SRVCC, VoWiFi and VoLTE
SRVCC Call Procedure and IRAT HO delay

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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE Voice : SRVCC, VoWiFi and VoLTE
SRVCC User Plane Interruption Time

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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE Voice : SRVCC, VoWiFi and VoLTE
Voice Quality (POLQA) Comparison of Before with After

WB-AMR
12.65kbps

NB-AMR 12.2 kbps

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XCAL-M, XCAP-M Key Updates


LTE Voice : SRVCC, VoWiFi and VoLTE

Vo

VoWiFi on XCAL-M
Before Implementation

Voice Quality/MOS (POLQA)


WiFi signal quality measurements

VoWiFi on XCAL-M

Android 4.4 or above


Chipset Independent
Rooting Required
VoIP application
independent

Codec
SIP

RTP/RTCP
TCP/IP

Voice Quality/MOS (POLQA)


WiFi Signal Quality measurements
SIP protocol based analysis : setup
related performance
RTP/RTCP protocol based analysis :
throughput, jitter, delay, packet
loss, etc.
KPI reports drop, setup failure, etc.
Wireshark kind of packet capturing
on the phone
Call control using call script
User interface emulation
Mobility between VoWiFi to VoLTE
or 2G/3G are monitored
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Automation Unattended location, Taxi, train and buses


XCAL-Auto

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Automation Unattended location, Taxi, train and buses


XCAL-Auto
System Architecture

Voice & VoLTE

POLQA voice MOS

FTP Down/Up

Web Browsing

Youtube

Call Scripts

RTU On/Off

Band/RAT Lock

Log file upload

Log Mask

Logging On/Off

Control Commands

wireless
Smartphone RTU*

Administrator

Radio Parameters

QoE

GSM, GPRS

Data Rate

WCDMA/HSPA

POLQA MOS

LTE

LTE Carrier
Aggregation

Status of RTU

Battery, GPS,
Memory, RAT

* RTU : Remote Test Unit


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Automation Unattended location, Taxi, train and buses


XCAL-Auto
RTU Types

XCAL-Ranger*
Smartphone + App + Housing

XCAL-Mobile
Smartphone + App

Easy to deploy

External Antenna

Use the device as the normal


smartphone usage

Car engine start detector

Cascade for benchmarking

Full Recovery feature for


automation using Phone battery
Reset remotely if necessary

* BMM : Built In Mobile Management

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Automation Unattended location, Taxi, train and buses


XCAL-Auto
Server provides RTU status, Measurement status and KPI Reports

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Automation Unattended location, Taxi, train and buses


XCAL-Auto
Deploy Type
Type 1. Accuver Host Case (Immediate)

Accuver Provides

Customer is expected to provide

Server

Server HW, SW

None

RTU

RTU SW & License

Smartphone

Man power

Onsite Installation and


Training

Dedicated Operation
Management

Type 2. Customer Host Case (Immediate + server installation)

Accuver Provides

Customer is expected to provide

Server

Server SW

Server HW

RTU

RTU SW & License

Smartphone

Man power

Onsite Installation and


Training

Dedicated Operation
Management
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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


XCAP-CEM
Customer Experience Management System Architecture
wireless

1. Process the big data from the


millions of users
2. Provide Analytics
3. Coverage Info on the map

1.

Installed on commercial phones

2.

Run Speed test, Voice, VoLTE, Web, Youtube

3.

Upload the test results to the server with


the Radio parameters.
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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


XCAP-CEM
System Architecture
XCEM Client

Android

XCEM Speed Test Server

XCEM Analysis Server

i-OS

Is installed on smart phones with


Android and i-OS
Capture limited RF KPIs in all the
mobile networks
Speed Testing(DL/UL) and Latency
Testing
Web, Voice, Youtube Testing
Capture user experiences and
behaviors from OS
Run based on the setting configured
by CEM server
Upload all the information to XCALCEM Server

Is needed for real speed testing


and located in the position to
provide high data bandwidth for
multiple users
Support Speed test using FTP or
HTTP
Support latency measurement using
ICMP or UDP

Controls XCEM Clients for testing


purpose and provides various
kinds of results
Configure all the settings for XCALCEM Client including testing method,
logging method, upload method and
others
Aggregate all the information
captured by XCEM clients
Various kinds of statistics are
supported
Geometric Analysis on defected area
with poor quality
Trend Analysis
Customer Complaint Analysis
Survey Statistics and Analysis
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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


XCAP-CEM
Benefits

Collect and improve wireless network quality at minimum cost


Quickly view QOE and coverage of the whole region
Sort out weak coverage area and bad service quality area
Collect detailed measurements for problematic regions, which allows to minimize
the cost of the field test and RF optimization
Analyze benchmark between operators
Improve customers satisfaction on service effectively

Recognize the root cause for the problem upon complaint


Improve client satisfaction by managing the problem based on the data
Compare the performance of all the device types

Utilize various information and measurement results collected for marketing, etc

Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


XCAP-CEM
Test Modes
Mode

Trigger

Active Speed Test

User click Start button. DL Speed,


UL Speed and latency is measured

Active Service Quality


Test

User initiates Web, Voice/VoLTE and


Youtube on the CEM application.

Background Speed Test

Speed Test is triggered by CEM


Server. It runs in the background
periodically as configured by the
CEM server.

Passive background
Logging

Users normal usage shall be logged


and reported to CEM server.

Event based Passive


background Logging

Users normal usage shall be logged


and reported to CEM server once
predefined events occurs.
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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


XCAP-CEM
Outcomes from the Server Reports, Statistics

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


XCAP-Vuze
Big Data based Analytics Solution System Architecture

Log File
Upload
Benchmarking
tools (XCAL-MO II,
MTS, P8+)

Front End Server

Log File
Upload
Front End Server

XCAL-Mobile

XCAL-M

Log File
Upload

Front End Server


Log file upload
Parsing and
decoding

XCAP-Vuze

Central Server
DB Processing
Web Interface
Call Statistics
Analysis
Report
Query

Web/Email User Interface


Area/Period based
Regular Report
Trend Analysis
Weak coverage analysis
Fault Detail Analysis
(L1/L2/L3/App)

Web Browser & Email


Optimisation Manager
Customer Centre Manager
CTO
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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


XCAP-Vuze
Values

Big Data processing


Trend Analysis over weeks, months and years

Query across the Geographic and Periodic


conditions
Cost effective by reducing the manual analysis of
the traced data.
Standardised Report generated and distributed to
the members involved.
Scalable system architecture to interconnect with
other network components, i.e. OSS or Customer
support centre DB.
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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


XCAP-Vuze
Example

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


XCAP-Vuze
Deploy Type
Type 1. Accuver Host Case (Immediate)

Accuver Provides

Customer is expected to provide

Server

Server HW, SW

None

Man power

Onsite Installation and


Training

Dedicated Operation
Management

Type 2. Customer Host Case (Immediate + server installation)

Accuver Provides

Customer is expected to provide

Server

Server SW

Server HW

Man power

Onsite Installation and


Training

Dedicated Operation
Management

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
eUTRAN End to End Monitoring System Architecture

SGW

MME

eNB

Switch

Switch

PGW

Switch

Traffic input to the AEGIS

AEGIS-C(Signal)

AEGIS-C(Data)

AEGIS-D

AEGIS-C(VoLTE)

Traffic Processing
& Correlation CDR

Analytics & Statistics

WEB

Real Time Trace

AEGIS-C(IMS)

Monitoring

Analysis

Statistics
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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Supported Interface
EIR

PCRF

HSS

AAA

OSCF

OCS

ePDG

OFCS

HSGW
MGCF

AS

S-CSCF ISC

I-CSCF
AAA

Gn

SGSN

MSC
S13

eNB

HSS

S3

S6a

S11

SGW

X2

S 1-U (G TP -U )

VoLTE & IMS

S1
S ignal

Diameter

Gy

S10

Gz

SGi

IMS

IP

MME

Attach Request
Service Request
Paging
Tracking Area Update
Handover Request

S 11
Bearer

S1-U

S5
Bearer

EPC

PGW

PGW

eNB

Type

Diameter Ga

MME

BTS

eNB

IBCF

PDN

Gx

SG

X2

-U
S1

LT

PGW

k
or
SGW tw
e
EN

eNB

S5/S8

SGW

S4

S5/S8

Gx

Gn/ Gp

P-CSCF

Gz
Gy

SGs

EIR

MME

S1AP MME

eNB

Radius

OCS
PCRF

SGs

Mx

OFCS

MSC

TAS

Rx

Cx

GGSN

PDN
MGCF

TAS

SLF

IBCF

CSC
F

Interface
S1-MME| SGs| X2| S11| S10| S3| S5| S8| S1-U| Sgi| etc...
Radius| S13| S6a| Gx| Gy| Gz| Rx| Sp| SWx| S6b| Sta| SWn| etc...
SBC| Gm| ISC| TAS| Mn| Cx| Dx| Mg| Cr| Mx| IBCF| Ma| etc...

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Feature Summary
Signaling

Control Plane

Supports S1-MME/
S11/ S6a/ S10/ S13/
SGs/ S3

Real Time Deciphering

S1-MME Analysis :
Attach, SRMO, SRMT,
TAU, S1HO,
Success/Fail, Failure
cause and Release
cause

S11/S10 and Diameter


Analysis : Transaction,
Timeout, Fail cause

Data

VoLTE & IMS

Session/Protocol/Traffic

UE (IMSI/MSISDN/IMEISV)

Analysis

System: Cell/eNB/MME
/SGW/PGW /CSCF/MGW

Network QoS Analysis


based on UE, System,

Location : Cell/eNB

Location and L7 service

VoLTE Call statistics

category

QoS based on RTP Analysis

Support signature over

Silence/One way delay call


detection.

than 2000 L7 service

Session KPI Analysis of

Real time packet trace by UE

DNS, TCP, HTTP, UDP

Time and IMSI based


Session/Protocol/Traffic analysis

Real-time Packet Trace

Store all signaling packet

IMS Transaction Analysis

and filtered data packet

SIP Analysis

Diameter Analysis

Query for all raw packet


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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Values

Useful for Real time monitoring, problem detection,


customer experience management, policy control
Traceable based on IMSI or IMEI
Analytics based on the user groups, i.e. device
model, coverage status, RAT and service type.
Real time call trace and session/protocol/traffic
analysis
Scalable and cost effective in monitoring &
analyzing the End to End network performance.

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Use Cases

1. Network Performance Management Use

a.

Abnormal traffic increase at


gateway is detected. AEGIS
triggers further detail analysis

b. Problematic Service provider


detected and reported at the time
of problem happening.
c.

App

Monster
Dalvik
Mozilla
monster
ModooMarble
sknights
fivestone
Total

RX_BYTES

74,283,770,577
485,012,329
139,430,335
49,025,546
16,947,919
10,662,498
3,738,234
75,740,265,559

Automatic Report generated with


the details .

Traffic Burst time: December 11, 201x, at


8: 00 am to 8: 15 minutes
A surge in service: netmarble Monster
Taming(Game)
HOST: sr.img.mcdn.netmarble.kr
Server: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx(xxxx)
URL:/sr/KR/Android/v3.04/Bundle/BC83F
089EC968998632C77EEA6A14F7B.zip?
Use User Agent: Monster (app)
Content Type: APPLICATION/X-ZIPCOMPRESSED (zip file)
That user: about X,482,000

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Use Cases

2. Push Data Impact Monitoring


a.

Paging to the UEs


burst detected

b. Further detail
analysis is initiated
for the paging
occasions.

c
d

c.

Specific service
provider and
subscriber causing
the paging burst are
detected.

If those paging burst


can be managed by
blocking, negotiating
with the service provider,
this monitoring data is
useful.

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Use Cases

3. CEM (Customer Experience Management)

Individual
Tracing

Customer

Network statistics
monitoring

raise a network
quality issue
Call Centre
Unidentified cases
Support
Team
AEGIS : Trace the user
traffic and signaling by
IMEI/IMSI filtering

O&M Centre
AEGIS : Identifies unusual
traffic & failures on specific
UE firmware or service
provider

Device Team
Partner Management

Contact UE or system
vendor or the service
provider

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Use Cases

4. System Vendor Independent KPI reports


When eNB clear a call and transmit the cause
as Radio Connection with UE Lost, MME
may clear the call by Normal Release cause.

<Typical Example>
Radio disconnection with UE Lost
eNB

MME

Vendor System Log Normal Release

As A Result,
AEIGS KPI : vendor independent
Radio Connection
With UE Lost,
30%
Normal Release,
70%

Vendors System Log (May be)

Normal
Release,
100%

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Use Cases

5. System Wise Monitoring and Alarm

a.

Success Rate of MME#3 shows problems.

b. AGEIS warns this to the operator


c.

AEGIS Call Type Reason Analysis proposes No Attach


Complete cases are abnormally many

d. This occurred because of the packet loss inside MME

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Use Cases

6. SIP Invite Burst


a.

VoLTE setup
failure increased
with No 100
Trying

b. After further
detail analysis
through AEGIS
Conditional
Analysis, the
problem was
identified as the
issue caused by
certain group of
subscribers.

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Use Cases

7. TAS Problem Identify


a.
Individual
Tracing

b. Realised only RTP Rx packet are


exchanged and no Tx RTP packets are
exchanged.
c.

Rx RTP Packet
NO!!! Tx RTP Packet

Normal VoLTE Call : Allow field exist

Identified VoLTE Silent Call increase.

Further investigation proved the


symptom occurs more frequently on a
specific TAS (IP xx.xxx.xx.xx) .

d. Further detail packet analysis provided


the answer that there is no SIP Allow
field in case of silent call.
Silent VoLTE Call : No Allow field

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Big Data Monitor, Troubleshoot & Analytics


AEGIS
Use Cases

8. Proof of Value Proposition from one of our Customers.


Marketing Team to
analyse the traffic
analytics results

Analysis & Statistic


41%
Monitoring
11%

Etc

System Package Verification

6%

Optimization &
CEM 42%

Network
Operation
O&M Department

Number of Daily Users

30~80

50~250

Call Centre Response


69% Improved
Time and Man power
Resource 70% Improved
KPI definition
standardised

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Benchmarking Supplement current Customer ways


Eight, Twenty or Forty Phone interface supported
We can help you prepare your current benchmarking campaign with much
simpler configuration and immediate arrangements. Call scenario shall be
the same as Customers configuration.

XCAL-MO II
20 UE interface

XCAL-MTS
40 UE interface further extendable

XCAL-P8+
8 UE interface

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Tablet and Handheld Measurement Indoor & Stadium


XCAL-Harmony
Cable-less, lightweight, stealth-mode indoor/outdoor benchmarking
solution with tablet PC - control up to six smartphones and a scanner

Smartphones
(up to 6)

XCAL-Harmony
(Master)
Scanner
(PCTEL IBFlex)
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Tablet and Handheld Measurement Indoor & Stadium


XCAL-Harmony
Use Case

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Tablet and Handheld Measurement Indoor & Stadium


XCAL-Harmony
Measurement and analysis

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Contacts

Sales
sales.emea@accuver.com

Technical support
support.emea@accuver.com
Poland : +48-22-370-2558
U.K. : +44 1895 876125

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