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Standards ma*er

What are standards?

A4 paper sheet

MPEG4 video codec

Plug adaptors

Cellular standards

STANDARD SETTING

STANDARD DEVELOPMENT

Safety requirements for AC power plugs and sockets

Selec;ng the actual technology used in 2G/3G/4G mobile communica;ons

What is special about cellular standards?

Open standards create an environment in which 2G, 3G and 4G wireless technologies can thrive.
Open standards create an environment in which
2G, 3G and 4G wireless technologies can thrive.
Early investment
in research and
development
2G
Creation of industry
open standards
3G
Fair and
reasonable
licensing for
new entrants
4G
Selection of the
best solutions
based on general
consensus
Virtuous circle of reinvestment in R&D:
lower costs, faster speeds, global markets

Specific context of standardiza2on in the mobile telecom industry:

Role of Standard Development Organiza;ons

Use of patents

Open, inclusive and dynamic ecosystem

FRAND and licensing dynamic

Incen;ve for further innova;on

DEVELOPMENT OF RADIO ACCESS NETWORK Work groups attended by all major vendors meet 4-8 times

DEVELOPMENT OF RADIO ACCESS NETWORK

Work groups attended by all major vendors meet 4-8 times a year

Thousands of technical submissions to each group every year

Some WG meetings are attended by several hundreds of delegates

Proposals approved based on their technical merits

Project Co-ordination Group (PCG)

TSG RAN Radio Access Network

TSG SA Service & Systems Aspects

TSG CT Core Network & Terminals

 

SA WG1

 

RAN WG1 Radio Layer 1 spec

Services

CT WG1 MM/CC/SM (lu)

RAN WG2 Radio Layer 2 spec Radio Layer 3 RR spec

SA WG2

CT WG3 Interworking with external networks

Architecture

RAN WG3 lub spec, lur spec, lu spec UTRAN O&M requirements

SA WG3

CT WG4 MAP/GTP/BCH/SS

Security

RAN WG4 Radio Performance Protocol aspects

SA WG4

CT WG6 Smart Card Application Aspects

Codec

RAN WG5 Mobile Terminal Conformance Testing

SA WG5 Telecom Management

 

RAN WG6 Legacy RAN radio and protocol

SA WG6 Mission-critical applications

 

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market

market

market

2000-2005 ‘EARLY 3G’

2000-2005 ‘EARLY 3G’ PCMCIA EDGE, UMTS
2000-2005 ‘EARLY 3G’ PCMCIA EDGE, UMTS

PCMCIA EDGE, UMTS

2000-2005 ‘EARLY 3G’ PCMCIA EDGE, UMTS
2006-2009 3G USB Netbook, Notebook HSDPA, HSUPA HSPA+

2006-2009 3G

2006-2009 3G USB Netbook, Notebook HSDPA, HSUPA HSPA+

USB Netbook, Notebook HSDPA, HSUPA HSPA+

Mass Market

Mass Market

PossibiliIes offered by (cellular) standards

Ecosystem & Level playing field Evolving technology Differen;a;on by e.g.:

Downstream innova;on: technology, business models, distribu;on models, … New (niche) markets Speed of adop;on: early adopters Unblocking the use of ‘unknown’ capabili;es/use cases Combina;on of standards UX

Going forward billions of connected devices

Going forward billions of connected devices Source: Ericsson Mobility report June 2016,

Source: Ericsson Mobility report June 2016, hfps://www.ericsson.com/news/2016987

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