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Samsung Electronics realizes the Possibilities of Mobile with New Products and Technologies at MWC 2015
02/26/2015 | By NETMANIAS (tech@netmanias.com)

Samsung’s themes at this year’s Mobile World Congress focus on end-to-end performance and usability improvements for network operators and end-users alike, as well as the exploration of new opportunities for mobile networks such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and 5G technologies.
LTE-Advanced Performance Improvements
With operators across the globe having already deployed their initial LTE networks, many are already looking at LTE-Advanced in order to extend network performance, reliability and capacity. Samsung took an early lead in 2013 with the world’s first commercial deployment of the LTE Carrier Aggregation (CA) technology, in which it extended the world’s first commercial deployment of three-band CA, along with the user devices to support each launch.
At MWC this year, Samsung will demonstrate the experience it has gained with the showcase of several important improvements to Carrier Aggregation technology, including FDD-TDD CA, Uplink CA, 4×4 MIMO with CA and CA using unlicensed spectrum (commonly known as LTE-Unlicensed, or License Assisted Access), as well as LTE-WiFi throughput aggregation. In addition to its evolved CA demonstration, Samsung will also showcase enhanced VoLTE Solution for coverage extension with the experience of its World’s 1st VoLTE launching.
These technologies will help Samsung push LTE-A networks well beyond what most networks are capable of today, giving operators a competitive edge and enabling new possibilities in mobile service delivery.
CognitiV OSS and Service QoE Analytics
Samsung will showcase for the first time a first look into its developing Operational Support Systems portfolio, CognitiV OSS. Combined with extensive experience in Professional Services delivered for world’s 1st commercial launching and world’s most dense area, Samsung aims to help operators manage and maintain networks in a more proactive and intelligent manner. The goal of CognitiV OSS is to provide comprehensive network operations management capabilities to mobile service providers who seek to deliver maximum quality of experience for users in a cost efficient and effective way.
At this year’s MWC, Samsung will demonstrate the first new component of its OSS portfolio, CognitiV Analytics, designed to give operators direct insight into video traffic on both a per-service and per-user basis. By collecting data from various elements and interfaces throughout the mobile network, as well as service usage metrics, its service QoE component enables operations and maintenance teams to easily identify and track user’s experience degradation in the network and rapidly respond to ensure that users throughout the network receive a consistently high Quality of Experience.
Based on its commercial experience with centralizing LTE RAN infrastructure, Samsung has introduced an enhanced Centralized RAN (C-RAN) platform, called C-RAN 2.0. In concert with Samsung’s Smart LTE technologies, C-RAN2.0 seeks to introduce efficient baseband pooling and baseband resource scalability in order to provide more powerful network performance while simultaneously enabling potentially significant reductions in operating costs. A more stable network with improvements in performance from cell to cell will improve customer satisfaction, servicing as a strong network differentiator to attract new subscribers and reduce subscriber churn.
HetNet Technology Enhancements
Densification is a core component of LTE evolution strategy and the implementation of additional network layers presents both vast capacity potential and new radio interference challenges. As a leader of this area, Samsung is committed to HetNet densification by introducing significant improvements to its indoor and outdoor small cell lineups, a Wi-Fi integrated small cell designed for low-profile, dense urban deployments, a new wideband amplifier to enable up to 8 simultaneous bands in RF repeater and updated small cell platform which leverages the latest in Lithium-ion Battery (LIB) technologies. In addition to Samsung’ product lineup, Smart SON solution will bring improvements to multi-layer HetNets by suggesting new cell sites and quantity of smallcell in heavy load area.
IoT through NFV
Hot on the heels of its selection as sole vendor for SK Telecom’s IoT-dedicated virtualized core, Samsung is providing a first look at its AdaptiV Core solution. The showcase will include a look at the CognitiV Cloud Manager, responsible for management and orchestration of NFV elements throughout the network, and Samsung’s AdaptiV EPC, which allows operators to scale core network functions in and out to balance demand and resource usage throughout periods of high and low network traffic.
In addition, Samsung will introduce an upgraded solution which enables location tracking of devices on in-building networks. Location, along with connectivity and communication standards, forms a critical backbone for IoT applications, and has thus far been a considerable challenge in many in-building mobile environments.
The Road to 5G

Samsung will showcase three new technologies that promise to significantly improve network capacity and responsiveness. A new 60GHz Wireless Backhaul solution represents an effective solution to rapidly deploy new cell sites. The technology utilizes dual active (beamforming) and passive antennas in order to transmit up to multi-Gbps in the unlicensed band.
Full Dimension-MIMO (or FD-MIMO), greatly extends the capabilities of MIMO technology by allowing an active antenna area to deliver dedicated wireless signals to multiple users within a single cell, greatly improving cell capacity while reducing inter-cell interference.
Finally, Samsung will demonstrate its 28GHz mobile radio access technology jointly with several operators. The technology received significant attention and pushed barriers in both stationary and mobile transmission speeds in October 2014, including successfully achieving data rates of 7.5Gbps and 1.2Gbps respectively.
These technologies are expected to form a critical foundation for the types of services and applications that 5G is envisioned to support, including advanced cloud computing, virtual presence, augmented reality and no-delay mobile delivery of ultra hi-definition video formats such as 4K, 8K and beyond.


News Source: Samsung Electronics
Web Site: http://www.samsung.com/



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