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5G and Wireless Day

Monday, 5 June 2017

Mobile Xhaul Network for 5G RAN Evolution

Huyn Kyu Chung, ETRI, Korea

For 5G mobile communication services, it is expected that small cells will be more densely deployed and moving network could be a key feature to accommodate various 5G service requirements. Based on these technical trends, it is necessary to study technical solutions to support network mobility and to provide wireless connectivity to functional entities within radio access network (RAN) with scalable and flexible manner. In this talk, the Mobile Xhaul Network (MXN) will be introduced which is the ongoing research project as a way to provide wireless transport connectivity to 5G RAN including moving cell via Xhaul link consisting with front-haul, mid-haul and backhaul. Currently, the MXN project is focusing on network architecture and essential radio transmission technologies such as MIMO and beamforming with millimeter wave on 28GHz frequency band. In this talk, as a preliminary study of MXN, a wireless backhaul solution for moving network, called Mobile Hotspot Network (MHN) will be introduced, which is one of candidate technologies for mobile backhaul commercial solutions in the metro environment in Seoul, Korea.

Biography—Dr. Hyun Kyu Chung is a vice president of ETRI(Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) and head of 5G Giga-communications Research Laboratory. In this role, he is responsible for mobile communication R&D and CPND(Contents, Platform, Network and Device) technologies for the Giga-Korea Project in ETRI. He received B.S. degree from Seoul National University in 1985 and his master degree on electrical engineering from KAIST in 1988. Then, he joined to KT(Korea Telecom) in 1988 as a researcher. After moving his career to SK Telecom in 1993, he had served as a researcher for deploying world-first CDMA commercial networks in Korea. Since then, he had served as head of SK Telecom U.S. R&D Center at Fairfield, New Jersey. In U.S. he pursued Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering in Polytechnic institute of NYU, Brooklyn, New York, where his research interest was wave propagation for mobile communications. After his doctoral degree in 2000, he joined to Lucent Technologies in New Jersey as a member of technical staff and then joined ETRI in 2001.

Toward 5G Deployment in 2020

Takehiro Nakamura, NTT DOCOMO, Japan

5G is one of the hot topics in ICT industry and academia. So many deliverables have been published and reported by many 5G research activities so far. On the other hand, we are shifting to development phase toward 5G commercial deployment. Major ICT industry companies including NTT DOCOMO have already announced their aggressive time plan to launch 5G. Standardization work is on-going to specify 5G specifications in 2017-2018. NTT DOCOMO has been so active for 5G research and development to launch 5G commercial service by 2020. In this presentation, DOCOMO’s views on time plan, NW deployment & migration scenarios, spectrum deployment scenarios for 5G deployment by 2020 will be provided. And updates on DOCOMO’s 5G trial activities also will be presented.

Biography—Takehiro Nakamura joined NTT Laboratories in 1990. He is now VP and General Director of 5G Laboratory in NTT DOCOMO, Inc. Mr. Nakamura has been working for research and development of the W-CDMA, HSPA, LTE/LTE-Advanced, 5G and Connected Car technologies. He has been engaged in the standardization activities for the W-CDMA, HSPA, LTE/LTE-Advanced and 5G at ARIB in Japan since 1997. He is currently the leader of 2020 and Beyond Ad Hoc(20B AH) in ARIB and Acting Chairman of the Strategy & Planning Committee in 5G Mobile Communication Promotion Forum(5GMF) in Japan. He has been contributing to standardization activities in 3GPP since1999. He had contributed to 3GPP TSG-RAN as a vice chairman during March 2005 to March 2009 and as a chairman during April 2009 to March 2013.

5G: “From Vision to Reality”

Wonil Roh, Samsung, Korea

With the ever-increasing demands on mobile data traffic, stronger requirements on latency and reliability of novel mobile services, it becomes more challenging to meet those diverse needs by sheer migration of the existing cellular technologies. Consequently, 3GPP set out 5G standardization to accommodate those needs with evolutionary technologies in April 2016. Samsung’s innovative and pioneering technologies are now being used in the most advanced 5G trials yet and are helping to lay the foundation of critical 5G standards. Through research partnerships spanning the industry value chain, Samsung and its global partners are now demonstrating the viability of some of the first practical use cases, including fixed wireless access. The industry is now in need of productive ecosystem spanning the entire value chain that is capable of delivering on the promises of 5G. Samsung is actively working to make that a reality, in order to kick start tangible 5G applications.

Biography—Dr. Wonil Roh is currently a Vice President and Head of Communications Research Group at Samsung Electronics Corp in Korea, responsible for research and development of next generation mobile communications technologies. He started working at Samsung Electronics in 2003 in research and development of CDMA and Mobile WiMAX base-stations with the main focus on multi-antenna algorithms and system analysis. Then he led overall WiMAX standard activities and strategy in Samsung including IEEE, the WiMAX Forum and ITU-R, and served as Chair of Technical Working Group (TWG) of the WiMAX Forum from 2006 to 2011. Since 2011, he has been leading research efforts for the next generation cellular (Beyond 4G or 5G) technologies with a focus on development of disruptive technologies and feasibility studies. Dr. Roh holds a Doctorate in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University in USA.

The Path to 5G

David Soldani, Nokia, Germany

The speech introduces the most important use cases, within the three agreed usage scenarios, and spotlights on different regions. It then describes the main differences between 5G and LTE, and presents a simplified, flexible data centric architecture with generic procedures, the most important 5G enabling technologies for a new generation of latency critical services, and related experimental results. The talk concludes with an overview of global 5G plans and milestones, with special focus on the 3GPP standardization framework

Biography—David Soldani received a M.Sc. degree, Laura Vecchio Ordinamento, in Electronic Engineering with magna cum laude from Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy, in 1994; and a D.Sc. degree in Technology with distinction from Helsinki University of Technology (Aalto University), Finland, in 2006. In 2014 and 2016, he was appointed Visiting Professor and Industry Professor at University of Surrey, UK, and University of Technology Sydney, Australia, respectively. From 1997 to 2006 he was at Nokia in various technical and research management positions. From 2007 to 2009 he served at Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) as Head of Customer Networks & Solutions and Solutions & Services Innovation functions, Research Technology & Platforms (RTP), Munich, Germany. Prior to joining Nokia, he was a research engineer at Rohde & Schwarz (R&S) and Sirti S.p.A., in Milan, Italy, and officer (lieutenant) at the Italian Military Navy, Livorno, Italy. From Feb 2009 to Aug 2016, he was at Huawei European Research Centre, Munich, Germany, as Head of Central Research Institute (CRI) and VP Strategic Research and Innovation, in Europe; and represented Huawei in the Board of Directors of The 5G Infrastructure Association (5G-IA) and NetWorld2020 European Technology Platform (ETP), in Europe. He is currently back at Nokia serving as the Head of 5G Technology, End to End, Global. Areas of his responsibilities and expertise include, but not limited to: future wireless, network, big data value, computing, IoT and multimedia technologies.

5G CHAMPION: 28 GHz 5G Proof-of-Concepts at 2018 Winter Olympic Games

Emilio Calvanese Strinati, CEA, France

5G -Next Generation Communication Networks - will be a global game changer from a technological, economic, societal and environmental perspective. The 5G CHAMPION develops, prototype and trials key enabling technologies for a proof-of-concept environment to be showcased at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Korea. This will allow maximum visibility for the available technology two years ahead of 2020, i.e. the official launch of 5G. Key enabling technologies included in the 5G PoC include i) a complex 5G set-up operating inside and close to the PyeongChang Olympic venue, addressing indoor and outdoor propagation channels in mmWave & below 6GHz spectrum; ii) high-speed broadband connection via mmWave high capacity backhaul in 24-28 GHz, using novel antenna arrays for wireless back/front-hauling, enabling the provision of >2Gbps; iii) advanced evolved packet core solutions for efficient system management with virtualization through NFV/SDN in a secure backhaul architecture as well as a novel SDN-based IPsec tunnel architecture; iv) novel accurate positioning solutions (<1m accuracy) using mmWave combined with GNSS PPP; v) direct UL/DL communication between satellites and 5G User Equipment ‘as is’ – a corresponding first ever proof-of-concept will set-up; vi) better mobility support through a novel small cell architecture & hybrid adaptive beamforming. The overarching objective is to achieve a highly energy-efficient system approach.

Biography—Dr. Emilio Calvanese Strinati obtained his Engineering Master degree in 2001 from the University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ and his Ph.D in Engineering Science in 2005 on Radio link control for improving the QoS of wireless packet transmission. He then started working at Motorola Labs in Paris in 2002. Then in 2006 he joint CEA/LETI as a research engineer. From 2007, he becomes a PhD supervisor. From 2010 to 2012, Dr. Calvanese Strinati has been the co-chair of the wireless working group in GreenTouch Initiative which deals with design of future energy efficient communication networks. From 2011 to 2016 he was the Smart Devices & Telecommunications European collaborative strategic programs Director. Since December 2016 he is the Smart Devices & Telecommunications Scientific and Innovation Director. In December 2013 he has been elected as one of the five representative of academia and research center in the Net!Works 5G PPP ETP. He is currently one of the three moderators of the 5G future network expert group. Since 2016 he is the coordinator of the H2020 joint Europe and South Korea 5G CHAMPION project. E. Calvanese Strinati has published around 100 papers in international conferences, journals and books chapters, given more than 50 international invited talks and keynotes and is the main inventor or co-inventor of more than 60 patents. He has organized more than 50 international conferences, workshops, panels and special sessions on green communications, heterogeneous networks and cloud computing hosted in international conferences as IEEE GLOBCOM, IEEE PIMRC, IEEE WCNC, IEEE VTC, EuCnC, IFIP, and European Wireless.

Understanding the Need and Application of 5G in a Ubiquitous 4G World

Ray Owen, Nokia, Australia

With 4G wireless services in the maturity phase 5G wireless is on the horizon with Phase 1 standardisation end 2017. This talk will explore the different applications for 5G wireless over and above the ubiquitous 4G available today. The 4G applications have evolved quickly to take advantage of broadband connectivity. Using 5G there will be a next generation of applications taking advantage of extremely low latency and even higher broadband connectivity performance. The Pacific region is expected to lead in advanced automation and advanced analytics for “connected” innovation. The presentation will focus on the needs of different applications and the business rational for going beyond 4G wireless into 5G. Finally the presentation will consider the steps to 5G including architecture changes and the air interface changes to support the 2020 commercial launch of 5G.

Biography—As the Market Unit Head Oceania, for Nokia Networks, Ray is responsible for managing all Nokia Networks’ sales and operations across the market unit. Ray brings with him an in depth experience in the telecom industry and a proven track record of more than 20 years in various customer facing sales, marketing, R&D and leadership roles. Prior to joining Nokia as the Head of Sales Development of Asia Pacific for Nokia Networks in 2011, Ray was Head of Technical Marketing & Pre-Sales for Motorola’s Networks business, Asia Pacific where he had responsibility for Motorola’s networks portfolio and leading the strategy, technical marketing and solution architect teams. He had also held various roles across the Asia Pacific and EMEA regions for Motorola as General Director in Vietnam, director of network products and Chief Architect for Motorola’s first 3G roll out in Australia as well as R&D management positions in the UK. Ray’s achievements include winning Vietnam’s first 3G network rollout with VNPT for Motorola and then ensuring Vietnam’s first 3G services was launched within three months of contract signing. Based in Sydney, Ray holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the University of London. He has also obtained a Doctorate of Philosophy (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) from the University of Birmingham in the UK. He is married and has two children.

Mobile Edge Computing: Paradigm Shift in End-User Computing with Service Aware Radio Access Networks

Brian Hutson, Juniper Networks, Australia

End-User Computing has come a long way in last few decades since its adolescent age. With smart devices and smartphones becoming our everyday companions, the ubiquitous mobile Internet and computing applications transfuse people’s daily lives. With surge in demand for high-quality mobile services anytime-anywhere, to address the omnipresent user demand, and accommodate the explosive growth of mobile traffic are some of the key issues that remain to be answered by the next generation mobile networks. Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) is a natural development in the evolution of mobile base stations and the convergence of IT and Telecommunications networking; as it aims to place compute and storage resources in the Radio Access Network (RAN) to improve the delivery of content and applications to end users. MEC has the agility to empower new vertical business segments and services for consumers and enterprise customers. In this paper, we outline the main features of MEC pertinent to Service Aware RAN (SRAN) and describe its concept, architecture, and design goals. Lastly, we discuss some of the future research topics from the networking perspective.

Biography—Brian joined Juniper Networks in July 2007 and is the Director of the Center of Excellence for Asia Pacific. In this role, Brian leads a team of senior consultants who are focused on providing best practice architecture and expertise in emerging technologies for Juniper’s customers in APAC. Additionally, Brian is Juniper’s media spokesperson for Cloud in APAC and is responsible for driving, developing and evangelizing Juniper Networks solutions in Cloud Computing for customers throughout the Asia Pacific region. Brian provides Juniper’s customers with insight into how Juniper Networks designs and technical innovations can help transform their networks allowing them to better align with business requirements whilst reducing operational overheads. Brian has spent more than 20 years designing and implementing IP networks and security architectures and designs. He has worked as a security architect, network designer and Infrastructure manager for a variety of organisations both Service Provider and Enterprise. Prior to Juniper Networks Brian had over 12 years’ experience performing a variety of functions including, Security auditing and review, IP networking design and architecture, security architecture and design, CoBiT auditing and compliance, web application design, forensic analysis, systems management, disaster recovery, performance measurement and capacity planning.

Architecture and Implementation of Multi-Antenna Communication Systems for 5G Networks

Karl Nieman, National Instruments, USA

Multi-antenna technologies are a key enabler of 5G’s ambitious goals to drastically enhance network capacity and quality of service. In sub-6 GHz bands, MIMO dimensions must considerably scale to more efficiently use limited spectrum. In above-6 GHz bands, beamforming and hybrid MIMO architectures are essential to overcome propagation losses and achieve cost-effective deployments. In both cases, it is necessary to support wide system bandwidths and a multitude of other requirements that contribute to higher system complexity versus 4G predecessors. In this talk, I will discuss some of these challenges as they pertain to the development and implementation of real-time, multi-antenna 5G system prototypes. Specifically, I will cover details of achieving real-time performance with high MIMO dimensions and bandwidths by implementing distributed, high-throughput signal processing in a unified hardware and software framework. I will share lessons learned in system design and over-the-air results from several industry and academic partners who have adopted our platform.

Biography—Dr. Karl Nieman is a Senior Wireless Platform Architect in the Advanced Wireless Research team at National Instruments. His interests are with research and standardization of 5G technology, particularly high-channel count digital and hybrid MIMO architectures and signal processing. He has designed and implemented many FPGA-based real-time wireless communication systems, has made multiple contributions to 3GPP RAN1, and holds multiple issued and pending patents on 5G technologies.

 

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