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Register Evolution Mobile Voice Core User Group Helsinki 26-28 March 2008 Keijo Ekola Product Line Manager
Register Evolution
Mobile Voice Core User Group
Helsinki 26-28 March 2008
Keijo Ekola
Product Line Manager
Communication Core
Nokia Siemens Networks
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Nokia Siemens Networks Register Solution Acquisition Announcement Current Trend, Future Vision Complete Solution Experience and Evolution
Nokia Siemens Networks Register Solution Acquisition Announcement Current Trend, Future Vision Complete Solution Experience and Evolution
Nokia Siemens Networks Register Solution Acquisition Announcement Current Trend, Future Vision Complete Solution Experience and Evolution
Nokia Siemens Networks Register Solution Acquisition Announcement Current Trend, Future Vision Complete Solution Experience and Evolution
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Nokia Siemens Networks Register Solution

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Nokia Siemens Networks Register Solution Acquisition Announcement Current Trend, Future Vision Complete Solution Experience and Evolution

Complete Solution Experience and Evolution Common Target

Nokia Siemens Networks Register Solution Acquisition Announcement Current Trend, Future Vision Complete Solution Experience and Evolution
Nokia Siemens Networks Register Solution Acquisition Announcement Current Trend, Future Vision Complete Solution Experience and Evolution
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Our plan for leadership 2

Our planned new exciting portfolio strengthens our ability to help simplify operators networks and manage their
Our planned new exciting portfolio strengthens our ability to help simplify operators
networks and manage their key asset, the subscriber data
Nokia Siemens Networks expands leadership in subscriber data management solutions with agreement to acquire Apertio Espoo,
Nokia Siemens Networks expands
leadership in subscriber data
management solutions with agreement to
acquire Apertio
Espoo, Finland /Bristol, England, January 02, 2008
Nokia Siemens Networks today announced the intended acquisition of Apertio
Ltd., the leading provider of open real-time subscriber data platforms and
applications built specifically for mobile, fixed, and converged
telecommunications operators. Nokia Siemens Networks will pay around €140
million for the acquisition, which is expected to close in the first quarter of
2008.
Apertio will provide the new generation architecture and open real-time
subscriber data platform for Nokia Siemens Networks’ portfolio, strengthening
the company’s ability to help customers simplify their networks and manage
their key asset – subscriber data. Seventy-six percent of communication
service providers view consolidation of customer data as a critical challenge in
delivering on the opportunities of convergence (*1).
With Apertio, Nokia Siemens Networks will be able to build on its strong
position in the converged core, adding Apertio’s market-leading products,
services and employees to strengthen its position in subscriber centric

networks. The acquisition builds on a pre-existing partnership, Nokia Siemens Networks having already integrated its Home Location Register and Home Subscriber Server products with Apertio’s open platform to deliver a powerful subscriber management solution that is in deployment with leading operators.

Our plan for leadership Our planned new exciting portfolio strengthens our ability to help simplify operators
Our plan for leadership Our planned new exciting portfolio strengthens our ability to help simplify operators
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Apertio

The leader of new generation architecture and open real-time subscriber data platform

Nokia Siemens Networks

Complete subscriber management solution with common repository, application front ends and provisioning system

Overall integration house including third parties and security concepts

Unmatched industry experience first to market with a common repository

Proven implementation, data migration and security concepts

Our plan for leadership Our planned new exciting portfolio strengthens our ability to help simplify operators

Together we plan to offer

Complete end-2-end portfolio

Leading open telecommunications database Rich with subscriber identity and profile information

Leading services to make it happen

Global reach & scale global leader in subscriber-centric solutions

Experience

over 1 billion subscribers in our HLRs

Proven solutions to increase operator value

Over 100 million subscribers in distributed architecture +50% cost reduction

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Together we plan to offer Complete end-2-end portfolio • Leading open telecommunications database • Rich with

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Current Trend, Future Vision
Complete Solution
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Experience and Evolution
Experience and Evolution
Common Target
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Huge number of subscriber profile and identity data

CS softswitch UMA ASs ecosystem GSM Circuit HLR PSTN domain Operator’s AAA own registers UMTS IMS
CS softswitch
UMA
ASs
ecosystem
GSM
Circuit
HLR
PSTN
domain
Operator’s
AAA
own
registers
UMTS
IMS HSS
GPRS
WiFi
Packet
AAA
AAA
xDSL
domain
I-HSPA
PoC
reg
AS’s
Internet and Intranet
ecosystem
Mobile
Fixed/

wire line

Complete Subscriber & Service Management System Subscriber provisioning Repository
Complete Subscriber & Service Management System
Subscriber provisioning
Repository

Applications and front ends

Single provisioning point

Multiple provisioning points Multiple repositories Multiple subscriber records

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One common repository for all subscriber information

All application front ends operate with the common repository

Huge number of subscriber profile and identity data CS softswitch UMA ASs ecosystem GSM Circuit HLR

Subscriber-centric networks

– Our vision

Network-centric

Network Features
Network Features

Few core network and voice applications

1990’s

Application-centric

Silo Applications
Silo Applications

Disparate applications, fragmented data and inconsistent experiences

The Problem

Subscriber-centric Personal, Networked & Converged Services Real-time Subscriber and Business Insight A smart subscriber-centric business, unifying
Subscriber-centric
Personal, Networked
& Converged Services
Real-time Subscriber
and
Business Insight
A smart subscriber-centric business, unifying
fragmented information into a converged and
interactive experience with real-time
customer insight
?
The Imperative…
Business competitiveness
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Subscriber-centric networks – Our vision Network-centric Network Features Few core network and voice applications 1990’s Application-centric

Loudhouse market research Q3 ’07

Subscriber data is the top enabler of convergent services

When considering convergence, which is the most important issue in the next 12-24 months?

Value Added 77 % Services Subscriber Data 76 % Billing 66 % Network 60 % Fixed
Value Added
77 %
Services
Subscriber Data
76 %
Billing
66 %
Network
60 %
Fixed Mobile
58 %
Convergence
IT
47 %
Other
26 %
0 %
20 %
40 %
60 %
80 %
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Do you have plans to centralise subscriber information from across the business into a single repository?
Do you have plans to centralise subscriber information
from across the business into a single repository?
70
%
Marketing
60 %
60
%
Technology
50
%
42 %
40
%
30
%
22 %
20
%
18 %
14 %
14 %
10
%
5 %
5 %
13 %
8 %
0 %
Dont know
No plans
Centralise in
next 12 - 24
months
Centralise in
next 6 months
Already
centralised
Loudhouse market research Q3 ’07 Subscriber data is the top enabler of convergent services When considering

Monetizing subscriber data

The opportunity is to exploit the eco-system

Question: What are the most relevant areas of subscriber data intelligence in your opinion?*

Customer profiling Identity management Service personalisation Security Service convergence Web services Fraud prevention Regulatory compliance Roaming services

76% 64% 60% 60% 58% 58% 57% 55% 49%
76%
64%
60%
60%
58%
58%
57%
55%
49%
Monetizing subscriber data The opportunity is to exploit the eco-system Question: What are the most relevant

The Internet based eco-system is already leveraging

customer data (e.g. Amazon, eBay, Google)

76% of operators see customer profiling as the most

important area where data can be exploited

Targeted mobile marketing is now proving to drive

response rates as high as 45%**

Identity Management and managing multiple subscriber identities across converged networks and services is also seen as a top issue

*Source: Apertio Loudhouse Research, Q3’07

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**Source: Blyk MVNO first quarter results

Monetizing subscriber data The opportunity is to exploit the eco-system Question: What are the most relevant

Subscriber-centric information infrastructure is monetizing the eco-system

Telco World (Subscription Driven) Internet World (Content driven) Information Infrastructure • • • • • Converged
Telco World (Subscription Driven)
Internet World (Content driven)
Information
Infrastructure
Converged Core and Services
Contextual Identity Management
Profiles, Policies
Authentication, Authorization
Location, Presence
Payment and Billing
Personalization
Profiling, Recommendations
Subscriber Intelligence
Web Services
• The Information Infrastructure manages all subscriber-centric information, acting as source of real-time data to enable
The Information Infrastructure manages all subscriber-centric information, acting as source of real-time data to enable the
converged experience and personalize services
Each users’ multiple identities are managed across multiple devices, services and networks and combined with subscriber
profiles and policies to create a contextual experience
Customer have control over access rights to their profile (both declared and inferred profiles)
Both on-net and off-net services are personalized with each subscribers profile data
Real-time user events trigger dynamic marketing campaigns to tempt the user or facilitate the experience
Real-time and historical data is used to profile the customer, make recommendations and personalize adverts
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Subscriber-centric information infrastructure is monetizing the eco-system Telco World (Subscription Driven) Internet World (Content driven) Information

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Subscriber data management solution

3 rd Party Products

HLR HSS AAA SDP SMSC MMSC Subscriber Enterprise Intelligence Management Framework Framework Subscriber Profile Repository “Open
HLR
HSS
AAA
SDP
SMSC
MMSC
Subscriber
Enterprise
Intelligence
Management
Framework
Framework
Subscriber
Profile
Repository
“Open data access”
MNP/
EIR
MMSC
SMSC
NP
Application
Policy
AAA
BSF
HLR
HSS
Integration
Management
Framework
Framework

Nokia Siemens Networks Planned Portfolio

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Open, subscriber-centered architecture, built specifically for the needs of mobile, fixed and converged networks
Open, subscriber-centered
architecture, built specifically
for the needs of mobile, fixed
and converged networks
Subscriber data management solution 3 Party Products HLR HSS AAA SDP SMSC MMSC Subscriber Enterprise Intelligence

Next generation network architecture

Open, unified data platform

Presence Mobile SGSN GGSN CDMA UTRAN RAN TV
Presence
Mobile
SGSN
GGSN
CDMA
UTRAN
RAN
TV
Portal Messaging DSL BRAS DSLAM xDSL Modem
Portal
Messaging
DSL
BRAS
DSLAM
xDSL
Modem
Cable CMTS Cable HFC Cable Modem
Cable
CMTS
Cable HFC
Cable
Modem
Services Layer Video/IPTV Devices SDF
Services Layer
Video/IPTV
Devices
SDF
Control Layer Call/Session Customer Resource Intelligent Policy AAA Control Profiles Mgmt. Network
Control Layer
Call/Session
Customer
Resource
Intelligent
Policy
AAA
Control
Profiles
Mgmt.
Network
Data Layer High Performance Core Common Subscriber Repository Open Access
Data Layer
High Performance Core
Common
Subscriber Repository
Open Access

Wireless Broadband

  • BRAS

Aggregation Switch Access Switch WiMax
Aggregation
Switch
Access
Switch
WiMax
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Next generation network architecture Open, unified data platform Presence Mobile SGSN GGSN CDMA UTRAN RAN TV

The best of the telecom and IT worlds

Common subscriber management solution

Simplify • Complete, open architecture with single view on subscriber data • Portfolio bringing together the
Simplify
• Complete, open architecture with single view on subscriber data
• Portfolio bringing together the best-of-breed real-time database technology, data management
capabilities, network applications and global services
Mobile Fixed/wireline AS’s PSTN GSM Circuit NPM domain One-NDS UMTS (C-NTDB) CS Softswitch ecosystem HLR FE
Mobile
Fixed/wireline
AS’s
PSTN
GSM
Circuit
NPM
domain
One-NDS
UMTS
(C-NTDB)
CS Softswitch
ecosystem
HLR FE
MNP FE
IMS
xDSL
Packet
HSS FE
AAA
BSF
EIR FE
domain
I-HSPA
GPRS
AS’s
WiFi
Internet &
Intranet ecosystem
Unify • Common One-NDS directory server • With capabilities for provisioning, data management and modeling 16
Unify
• Common One-NDS directory server
• With capabilities for provisioning, data
management and modeling
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Innovate • Data becomes a shared asset • Third-party application may have access to subscriber profile
Innovate
• Data becomes a shared asset
• Third-party application may have access to
subscriber profile data
The best of the telecom and IT worlds Common subscriber management solution Simplify • Complete, open

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Current Trend, Future Vision
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Complete Solution
Experience and Evolution
Experience and Evolution
Common Target
Common Target
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New Technology HLR (NT-HLR) Experience in IT based hardware and software

IT HLR application experience • More than 40 contracts • > 150 million subscriber capacity shipped
IT HLR application experience
• More than 40 contracts
• > 150 million subscriber capacity shipped
200
100
50
year
2005
2007
2009
Deployed subs / mio
NT-HLR SW evolution from IT SW NT-HLR application is inherited from IT HLR All legacy HLR
NT-HLR SW evolution from IT SW
NT-HLR application is inherited from IT HLR
All legacy HLR features embedded
⇒ Feature richness from beginning
⇒ Available now
Compliant with
3GPP R99,
3GPP Rel 4
3GPP Rel 6
Telco grade robustness with COTS HW
HLR SW application decoupled from HW layer
Experience in HLR IT HW IT HW for HLR in place since more than 5 years
Experience in HLR IT HW
IT HW for HLR in place since more than 5 years
Migration from multi vendor HLR with seamless service continuation
Telco grade service concepts for highest service availability
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New Technology HLR (NT-HLR) Experience in IT based hardware and software IT HLR application experience •

DX200 HLR – Securing Operator Investments to Future with smooth evolution

Number of DX HLR contracts Numbers: • More than 130 contracts worldwide 200 • >> 500
Number of DX HLR contracts
Numbers:
• More than 130 contracts
worldwide
200
• >> 500 million subscriber
capacity shipped
150
• More than 200 value additional
features delivered
100
• 7 Multivendor HLR redundancy
Nr of contracts
50
deliveries
(Alcatel, Lucent,
Ericsson, Nortel)
0
• DX HLR field proven availability
2004
2005
2006
2007
(99.999946)
• Over 100 multivendor networks use Nokia Siemens Networks infrastructure in daily operation
• ~100 multivendor HLR replacements: Ericsson, Huawei, Alcatel-Lucent, ZTE and Nortel with DX HLR
• Besides inherited full R99 capability DX HLR is part of Rel-4 solution providing 100% HLR feature compatibility with
Rel-4 (MSC Server) today
• Rel-4 solution provides all together over 500 value additional software features
• Full DX HLR Capacity even with 100% IN load & 3G user profile
• Utilizing DX HLR experience and securing it for future needs with safe evolution
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DX200 HLR – Securing Operator Investments to Future with smooth evolution Number of DX HLR contracts

Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment

Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment DX DX HLR HLR DF DF Other FE HSS
Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment DX DX HLR HLR DF DF Other FE HSS
DX DX HLR HLR DF DF
DX
DX
HLR
HLR
DF
DF
Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment DX DX HLR HLR DF DF Other FE HSS

Other FE

Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment DX DX HLR HLR DF DF Other FE HSS
Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment DX DX HLR HLR DF DF Other FE HSS

HSS FE

AAA FE

HSS FE

AAA FE

One NDS

(C-NTDB)

DX DX HLR DX HLR HLR HSS FE
DX
DX
HLR
DX
HLR
HLR
HSS FE
Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment DX DX HLR HLR DF DF Other FE HSS

One NDS

(C-NTDB)

DX HLR DL
DX
HLR
DL
Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment DX DX HLR HLR DF DF Other FE HSS

Other FE

Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment DX DX HLR HLR DF DF Other FE HSS

AAA FE

Other FE

One NDS

(C-NTDB)

• DX200 HLR improved capacity hot standby N+X HLR redundancy • Multi-application capable subscriber management system
• DX200 HLR
improved capacity
hot standby N+X HLR redundancy
• Multi-application capable
subscriber management system
(repository + FEs)
• Professional Services for
data model customization
• DX200 HLR DF with One-NDS • DX HLR Investment re-use HLR feature continuity MML provisioning
• DX200 HLR DF with One-NDS
• DX HLR Investment re-use
HLR feature continuity
MML provisioning
• DX HLR Capacity savings
• DX200 HLR DL with One-NDS • Centralized provisioning point • Professional services for data model
• DX200 HLR DL with One-NDS
• Centralized provisioning point
• Professional services for
data model customization with
DX HLR
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FE = Front-End

Example: DX HLR Evolution in Multi-Application Environment DX DX HLR HLR DF DF Other FE HSS

Converged Core CSMS roadmap

CSMS Ph1

CSMS Ph2
CSMS Ph2
CSMS Ph3*
CSMS Ph3*
CSMS Ph4*
CSMS Ph4*

Availability

2007

2008

2009

2010

Theme

 

Multi-application support

Identity management

ISP-services

Distributed register architecture

connectivity

Systems

DX

HLRe SR1

  • DX HLRe SR2

DX

HLRe SR3

DX

HLRe SR4

NT HLR 3.0

NT HLR 4.0; NT HLR 4.5

NT HLR 5.0

NT HLR 6.0

 

HSSd 5.0**

HSSd 6.0

HSSd 7.0

HSSd 8.0

MNP, EIR, AAA

IDM, BSF

PCS, NTMS

Products

DX

200 HLRi M13.6

  • DX 200 HLRi M14-14.3

DX

200 HLRi M14.4/M15

DX

200 HLRi M15.1

NT-HLR3.0-FE

NT HLR FE 4.0

NT HLR FE 5.0

NT HLR FE 6.0

 

HSS FE 5.0 C-NTDB/One-NDS 2.0

HSS FE 6.0 C-NTDB/One-NDS 3.0

HSS FE 7.0 C-NTDB/One-NDS 4.0

HSS FE 8.0 C-NTDB/One-NDS 5.0

NSR1.0 **

  • DX HLR FE M14.3***

DX

HLR FE M14.4/M15

DX

HLR FE M15.1

MNP, EIR, AAA

IDM, BSF

PCS, NTMS 1)

Complementary OAM products 2)

NetAct/OSS 4.1 @Com v.9 NPM 4.0

NetAct/OSS 5.1 @Com v.9/v.10 NPM 4.1

NetAct/OSS 5.1 @Com v.10/v.11 NPM 5.0

NetAct/OSS 5.2 @Com v.11 NPM 5.x

* content + availability not yet confirmed ** project specific available *** available only for demonstrations

1) Product of OBS

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Converged Core CSMS roadmap CSMS Ph1 CSMS Ph2 CSMS Ph3* CSMS Ph4* Availability 2007 2008 2009

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Our market vision of 2015 – the World connected

Applications pre- dominantly in Applications pre- Internet dominantly in Internet 5 Bn people connected Multitude of
Applications pre-
dominantly in
Applications pre-
Internet
dominantly in
Internet
5 Bn people
connected
Multitude
of business
models
Broadband
Everywhere

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Our market vision of 2015 – the World connected Applications pre- dominantly in Applications pre- Internet
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CSMS Evolution to the Future

Identity Management: Key Asset “Subscriber Data”

Subscribers live in social networks and communities – Operator have some key assets to support it
Subscribers live in social networks and communities –
Operator have some key assets to support it
Identity 5 Bn people connected Usage
Identity
5 Bn people
connected
Usage

Profiles

Buddies Presence Preferences
Buddies
Presence
Preferences
Services
Services
CSMS Evolution to the Future Identity Management: Key Asset “Subscriber Data” Subscribers live in social networks
CSMS Evolution to the Future Identity Management: Key Asset “Subscriber Data” Subscribers live in social networks
CSMS Evolution to the Future Identity Management: Key Asset “Subscriber Data” Subscribers live in social networks
Location
Location
CSMS Evolution to the Future Identity Management: Key Asset “Subscriber Data” Subscribers live in social networks
CSMS Evolution to the Future Identity Management: Key Asset “Subscriber Data” Subscribers live in social networks
Operators have close & trustful relationship to subscribers & communities
Operators have close & trustful relationship
to subscribers & communities
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CSMS Evolution to the Future Identity Management: Key Asset “Subscriber Data” Subscribers live in social networks

Leading Operators have founded a Subscriber Profile User Group around SDM Solutions

Nokia Siemens Networks & Apertio Members Vision
Nokia Siemens
Networks
& Apertio
Members
Vision

The Subscriber Profile User Group was founded in June 2007 by some of the communication industry's most innovative and prominent service providers:

Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile International AG, 3 UK

SPUG is sponsored by Apertio and Nokia Siemens Networks

Leading Operators have founded a Subscriber Profile User Group around SDM Solutions Nokia Siemens Networks &
Leading Operators have founded a Subscriber Profile User Group around SDM Solutions Nokia Siemens Networks &
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Leading Operators have founded a Subscriber Profile User Group around SDM Solutions Nokia Siemens Networks &
Summary Complete subscriber management solution • • • Common repository, application front ends and provisioning system
Summary
Complete subscriber management solution
Common repository, application front ends and provisioning system
Overall integration house including third parties and security concepts
Smooth evolution utilizing installed base
Unmatched industry experience • • • Over 1 Billion subscribers in our HLRs First to market
Unmatched industry experience
Over 1 Billion subscribers in our HLRs
First to market with a common repository for more than 40 million subscribers
Proven implementation, data migration and security concepts
Latest technology • Combining modern open IT and database technologies (Linux, industry server hardware) with complex
Latest technology
• Combining modern open IT and database technologies (Linux, industry server hardware) with
complex telecommunication network requirements
Adaptiveness to customer needs • Own product development ensures greater flexibility to evolve solutions according to
Adaptiveness to customer needs
Own product development ensures greater flexibility to evolve solutions according to
customer needs
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Thank You!
Questions ?
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