Motorola improves LTE self-organizing network solution

Motorola improves LTE self-organizing network solution

Motorola ’s Network Division announced that it has made several functional improvements to its award-winning LTE self-organizing network (SON) to achieve better network optimization. These new functions can further simplify network management, reduce network operating expenses, and provide new value for operators. Motorola's SON solution is for operators from the early stage of network deployment to the mature market life cycle, which can help operators save up to 75% of resources in planning and optimization activities.

Mr. Fred Gabbard, Motorola ’s Vice President of Networking, said: "Motorola ’s LTE SON solution combines advanced features and superior algorithms above the standard to provide operators with a solution that can reduce operating costs from the beginning of LTE network deployment. In this new version, we have made full use of Motorola ’s experience in the radio frequency field, OFDM technical expertise, and network element design and optimization techniques learned from the actual experience of public safety networks to provide operators with more product features and functions To raise network optimization and cost savings to a whole new level. "

The Motorola SON solution complies with the 8th edition of the 3GPP standard, benefiting from Motorola ’s many years of research in network autonomy (self-management). In addition to the advantages of reducing LTE planning and deployment costs, the advanced algorithms and features of Motorola ’s LTE SON solution help operators greatly improve network optimization capabilities, making the network easier to manage and continuously achieve the best operating status .

Integrated into the LTE network, Motorola ’s LTE SON solution can be quickly installed without too much expertise. It can automatically reduce the number of new network technologies added by operators through automated processing of human operations in network planning, deployment, optimization, and operations ( 2G, 3G and LTE) on the premise of operating and management resources.

Motorola ’s first-generation SON solution was first deployed in July 2009 and is currently used on the LTE network in the Motorola test laboratory in Swindon, United Kingdom. In this laboratory, operators can observe the real-time optimization on the LTE network and witness the efficiency of Motorola's SON solution in LTE system planning, deployment, operation and optimization.

Motorola ’s accumulated experience in practical networks has also played an important role in the software development of this next-generation solution. The latest features of Motorola ’s LTE SON solution include automatic neighbor relationship (ANR) enhancement through interactive radio access technology, automatic session (call) tracking, automatic network element outage detection, SON change tracking, and operator overcontrol (enable The automatic control temporarily fails, and the manual control is used instead). These new features help operators improve operational performance, reduce system failures, improve network quality and customer satisfaction, and ultimately shorten time to market.

The distributed structure design of Motorola's LTE SON solution and its mature algorithms will bring faster network response speed, because faster and more informed decisions can be achieved at the network level. This method avoids the need to send those extra, non-billed traffic on the network, freeing up operators' valuable network capacity, thereby better serving customers by reducing backhaul requirements. In contrast, the network traffic generated by using the central server must go back and forth to and from the central server, requiring more network bandwidth to be used for backhaul, so that the bandwidth cannot meet the needs of users.

Motorola and LTE

Through more than 20 LTE tests and cooperation with customers worldwide, Motorola has prepared for LTE deployment and commercial use. These tests and cooperation include the LTE contract signed with Zain Saudi Arabia, as well as activities carried out with KDDI and China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC). Motorola will provide indoor TD-LTE network coverage for the 2010 Shanghai World Expo from May 1 to October 31. In February of this year, Motorola completed the first indoor TD-LTE over-the-air (OTA) data session in the Expo Park.

Motorola ’s first commercial deployment of LTE will be based on its fourth-generation Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) products, which have been validated and enhanced in the field, and optimized algorithms to provide the best performance in the actual environment.

Motorola ’s LTE solution consists of its OFDM broadband platform and a range of wireless options including multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) and smart antennas. The solution also includes Motorola's SON solution, which can help operators reduce operating and management related costs. Motorola ’s second-generation LTE eNodeB WBR 700 series provides a flexible deployment solution that meets the global market through product forms such as the type of carrier frequency that can be installed in the cabinet, the type of carrier frequency that is extended by radio frequency, and the type of integrated carrier frequency on the top of the tower. The demand for deployment of a large number of different LTE solutions in multiple frequency bands such as FDD and TDD.

Motorola ’s LTE product portfolio also includes an evolved packet core network (EPC) network element solution--Wireless Broadband Core Network (WBC) 700 product portfolio, backhaul technology, network management solutions, and video solutions that enable LTE to realize revenue And a full range of professional services. Motorola WBC700 includes Motorola Mobility Management Entity (MME), switching and service gateways (P-GW and S-GW), and decision and billing function server (PCRF).

Motorola Networks provides fully integrated and customizable media solutions that enable operators to provide personalized and rich media experiences for their users. As a global leader in wireless network infrastructure, Motorola is committed to the development of 4G technology. Its WiMAX and LTE solutions can not only allow operators to profitably meet the growing demand for mobile broadband for today ’s users, but also for 2G and 3G. Customers provide a path to future evolution and continue to provide support for their traditional networks. Motorola provides high-quality services, fourth-generation orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) platforms, and 25 years of innovation in wireless data systems for those fixed-line, wireless, cable TV, and telecommunications operators who are committed to developing their own networks for the future. History and experience expertise.

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