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© Copyright Planet Network International SOLUTIONS FOR ADDRESSING THE COMPLEX QoS CHALLENGE RPM SYSTEM Revolutionary QoS monitoring Tool for Telecom Regulators PLANET NETWORK INTERNATIONAL Presented by : CHRISTIAN BLANCHARD
© Copyright Planet Network International 2 Contents Service and QoS Definition QoS Measurement Relationship between NP and QoS Existing QoS solutions and their limits Quest for Effective QoS Monitoring Solutions RPM System Overview RPM system vs other QoS solutions
© Copyright Planet Network International QoS OVERVIEW 3 WHAT IS QoS ? Quality of Service (QoS) as defined in CCITT Recommendation E.800  « QoS is t he collective effect of SERVICE PERFORMANCE which determine the degree of satisfaction of a user of the service » Levels of quality of Service in telecommunications Intrasec Quality of Service Perceived Quality of Service Assessed Quality of Service (QoE ) QoS DEFINITION and MEASUREMENT (QoS for mobile operators) (QoS for end users ) QoS for Regulators
© Copyright Planet Network International QoS OVERVIEW QoS MEASUREMENT ITU definition in 1994 in ITU-T Recommendation E-800 (First in Telephony) Service Qualification based on six 6 primary components: Measure of Quality of Service can be briefly defined as the measurement of two main indicators : Key Performance indicators (KPIs) Key Quality Assurance Indicators (KQIs) Measure of QoS Definition Operability, Accessibility, Retainability, Integrity, Security, Support. PERFORMANCE ASSURANCE 90% 10% Non network related QoS criteria Network related QoS criteria
© Copyright Planet Network International 5 Network Provider Service Provider Network Performance objectives Network Related Criteria Non Network Related Criteria QoS Offered QoS Requirements Network Performance Measured QoS Achieved USER/CUSTOMER QoS Perceived QoS OVERVIEW
© Copyright Planet Network International 6 End users Operators QoS OVERVIEW Regulator all of them are nested
© Copyright Planet Network International QoS Measurement 7 QoS Classic approach Several Methods for evaluating the QoS of operators End to End Measurement End user surveysChurn – Rate MonitoringDrive Test Assessing the coverage, capacity and Quality of Service (QoS) of a mobile radio networkQuality of Service Benchmarking, Network optimisation and Troubleshooting, Fine- tuning Network parameters for newly deployed sites. Qualifying a given service from the acess point through to PSTN from an end users perspective. QoE, Interoperability between mobile operators, benchmarking. Determine the degree of satisfaction or dissatisfaction of a user of a service. QoE, Check on Customer support reactivity. Aimed at assessing the end-user's perception and acceptance of services. QoE, Benchmarking.
© Copyright Planet Network International 8 cumbersome equipment and high cost in maintenance and upgrade partial view of the network at any given time inaccessible areas are left out drive test campaigns post-processing downtime limits to air interface and user equipment Reports are not actionable Several methods for evaluating the QoS of operators Drive Test limits Limits of existing QoS Solutions
© Copyright Planet Network International Limits of existing QoS Solutions 9 high cost of implementation consumes lots of human resources and time results are subjective and dependant on external environmental factors lots of human related errors during perception judgement partial view of the network at any given time … etc Several methods for evaluating the QoS of operators End to End Measurement Limits
© Copyright Planet Network International 10 uneven representation of endusers post processing could be nearly impossible given locations of data collection and processing offices inaccessible areas are left out during surveys … etc Several methods for evaluating the QoS of operators End user survey and Churn – Rate Monitoring Limits Limits of QoS Solutions
© Copyright Planet Network International Quest For Better QoS Monitoring tool 11 How can we create a level playing field for all operators and protect the interest of all consumers not just those in the urban areas. How can we monitor simultaneously 24H/7 the state of all network elements/acess technologies in an operator network passively without compromising their daily operations How can we control service degradation and sometimes outages to the benefit of the government and the masses. Any system or platform out there that can monitor the performance of mobile operators independent of the vendor and technology Flexible Benchmark Audit weekly, monthly or quarterly. Track the evolution and expansion of the mobile operators network. Reduce churn rate of endusers directly or indirectly A robust platform or system that is easily upgraded to meet the rapid evolution of mobile technology. A platform that will facilitate actionable decision making to the benefits of all parties involved with little or no running costs. Questions that keeps Regulators up at night that no one has answers to… RPM SYSTEM provides answers to these questions and more
© Copyright Planet Network International 12 Unmatched Revolutionary QoS Monitoring Tool QoS monitoring and reporting 24/7 all year round Automatic Reporting and 3D GIS display(compatible with google earth Unlimited number of Users/ Single License Multi vendor Multi access technology Friendly and intuitive web user interface Regulators’ (QoS) Performance Management System is the perfect and novel solution that handles the task of interfacing all the operators’/service providers’ network monitoring systems, collect perfomance data records and create KPI reports that renders a given network performance against published benchmarks. No running costs and upgrades easily as mobile access technology evolves Main Features Built in compliance with ETSI TS 102 250-4
© Copyright Planet Network International 13 Intranet/Internet (secured ssh/https ) 1-Data acquisition 2- Data Processing and Organisation Aministrator User 1User…n 3-Data handling WHAT IS CONSISTS OFF? OMC Data System architecture
© Copyright Planet Network International Raw Data Collection 14 Raw Data Acquisition RPM server
© Copyright Planet Network International 15 RPM SYSTEM gives the Regulators the EDGE in QoS monitoring. RPM System vs other QoS solutions RPM SYSTEM DRIVE TEST/WALK TEST SURVEY/CHUR N RATE 24H/7 Active/ Passive Monitoring ooooo ———- Timeliness of Data / Qos reports ooooooo Benchmarking / Actionnable decision making ooooooo Real Network Coverage measurement oooooo —— TRACK operators Network Expansion ooooo ————- Running Costs ——- ooooo QoS solutions CRITERIA Other QoS Solutions are only complementary to RPM System.
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