Vehicle to Everything (V2x)

19 May, 2017 2 PM - 3 PM UK Time (London)

After attending this webinar you will be able to understand the upcoming Vehicle-to-everything (V2x) feature as defined by 3GPP with evolved LTE architecture and new Interfaces. Discussions on V2x use case scenarios, User discovery, Authorization, security with sample call setup and basic concepts are also included.
3GPP supports Vehicle-to-Everything solutions using LTE advanced networks to save precious life and vehicle assets from accidents and raising alarm about impeding disasters both natural and manmade to vehicular services.  V2x services provides new avenues for mobile network operators to boost their revenues by efficiently utilising the ubiquitous LTE coverage and realise its true potential capacity and throughput.  V2x feature support pushing the user packets to/from fast moving users and neighbourhood that includes other moving vehicles, pedestrian and network infrastructure (announcement & infotainment).
3GPP Release 14 standards introduces V2x services in both unicast and multicast mode to provide flexibility to LTE network operators to optimize available resources & support both critical emergency services on time and other non-critical commercial applications.

LTE Throughput Optimized

02 Jun, 2017 2 PM - 3 PM UK Time (London)

The long-term success of any service provider is determined by the users Quality of Experience (QoE). Happy subscribers use the service more and encourage others to join driving revenue growth. Subscribers judge the performance of their data services by the throughput they observe: how fast the file transfer goes, how quickly the Web page loads up, and so on.

After attending this webinar you will be able to understand   the procedure to troubleshoot low throughput issues in LTE networks to achieve market specific designed KPI targets and provide better QoE for subscribers.

This webinar runs through a case study that identifies root cause of low throughput  using post processing tool.

Throughput Planning for LTE

12 May, 2017 2 PM - 3 PM UK Time (London)

LTE deployments can achieve very high cell throughput by maintaining higher SINR throughout the network. After attending this webinar you will be able to understand how LTE cell throughput is affected by   SINR   predictions.

This webinar will focus on co-relation between CQI, SINR and bearer throughput for a defined Network Configurations using planning tool during initial rollout.

This webinar also covers the utilization of OFDMA LTE radio resources in estimating the throughput and capacity similar to OVSF codes and power utilization in 3G.

5G Technology Enablers     

23 Jun, 2017 2 PM - 3 PM UK Time (London)

After attending this webinar you will be able to understand the upcoming 5G technology as envisioned by ITU 2020, NGMN and 3GPP that include requirements of radio, core and service networks.

3GPP beyond release12 features like HetNet, Cloud-RAN, enhancements to SON, Massive Internet of things (mIoT), LTE direct and ProSe that form major technological landscape  of 5G are  introduced.

5G deployment with  ultra densification to support services like enhanced Mobile broadband (eMBB), enhanced Machine type communications (eMTC), ultra reliable and low latency communications are covered in brief. In summary, this short webinar provides a Comprehensive overview of 5G technology requirements, architecture and  technology enablers.


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Dual Connectivity 

24 May, 2017 2 PM - 3 PM UK Time (London)

After attending this webinar you will be able to understand the upcoming Dual Connectivity (DC) feature as defined by 3GPP with architecture and new Interfaces to support DC. Discussions on DC use case scenarios, sample call setup and basic concepts are also included.
3GPP has introduced the Dual Connectivity (DC) solution for LTE advanced networks to achieve higher spectral efficiency with better performance in terms of both coverage and capacity or throughput.  DC features support pushing the user packets from two or more transmitting base station in co-ordination.
3GPP Release 12 standards introduces DC in downlink by providing the flexibility to eNB scheduler to optimize coverage, capacity and throughput.  Release 13 focus on further exploitation of unlicensed band with complex DC operation of LTE WiFi link Aggregation (LWA) and Licensed Assisted Access (LAA).

LTE in Unlicensed Bands

07 Jun, 2017 2 PM - 3 PM UK Time (London)

After attending this webinar you will be able to understand the various options of LTE network deployments using unlicensed spectrum bandwidth to provide ubiquitous coverage.

3GPP has evolved LTE to support data intensive services like e-MBMS, Device-to-Device Communication (D2D) and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2x) to provide a value add to the network operators. This necessitates an environment to exploit available unlicensed Spectrum to offload LTE data.

LTE Unlicensed (LTE-U) and License Assisted Access (LAA) is supported by 3GPP. Features like Carrier Aggregation (CA), Dual Connectivity (DC) & interference reduction with WiFi Co-existence that enhances user experience & provide QoE are discussed.

Unravelling CSP Evolution to Cloud

20 Apr, 2017 2 PM - 3 PM UK Time (London)

Communication Service Providers are evolving their infrastructure to cater to the demands of 5G services such as agile networks, nimble services and discerning demands of customers.  
This course is designed to provide introduction of various technologies as proposed in ETSI standards, that are applied and how the network transitions from today’s physical network to tomorrow’s virtualized networks. The focus will be on technologies such as NFV (Network Functions Virtualization), SDN (Software Defined Network), OpenStack and how they all come together to create software defined programmable agile networks,  reduce cost, improve network flexibility, manageability and allow the network administrator to customize the operations of the network on a large scale.  

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