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  • White Papers // Jul 2013

    Performance Overhead of KVM on Linux 3.9 on ARM Cortex-A15

    A number of simple performance measurements on network, CPU and disk speed were done on a dual ARM Cortex-A15 machine running Linux inside a KVM virtual machine that uses virtio disk and networking. Unexpected behaviour was observed in the CPU and memory intensive benchmarks, and in the networking benchmarks. The...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Opportunities for Telecom Operators in Cloud Computing Business

    Evolution of the internet has resulted with the evolution of the new kind of business model called cloud computing. Advantages of cloud computing are widely recognized as a viable way to reduce operational costs. It gives companies and individuals access to different kind of services without the need for the...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Realizing Packet-Optical Integration with SDN and OpenFlow 1.1 Extensions

    In this paper, the authors discuss the benefits of applying Software Defined Networking (SDN) to circuit based transport networks. It first establishes the need for SDN in the context of transport networks. This paper argues that the use of SDN in the transport layers could be the enabler for both...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Meeting Mobile Broadband Expectations with Maximum Efficiency

    Mobile broadband traffic is growing rapidly, driven by the increasing popularity of connected devices, such as smartphones and tablets. User expectations for mobile broadband are on the rise as people rely more and more on mobile applications, video content, cloud-based services and staying connected anywhere, anytime. Consumers have come to...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Nov 2011

    Optimizing IGP Link Costs for Improving IP-level Resilience

    Recently, major vendors have introduced new router platforms to the market that support fast IP-level failure protection out of the box. The implementations are based on the IP Fast ReRoute-Loop Free Alternates (LFA) standard. LFA is simple, unobtrusive, and easily deployable. This simplicity, however, comes at a severe price, in...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Campaign Computing in Cloud Environment

    With the advancement in fields of cloud computing, big data technologies and graph databases, enterprises can now cost-effectively develop scalable call graph analytics platform for their business needs. Cloud Computing allows enterprises to share resources and applications without a high level of capital expenditure on hardware and software resources. The...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    A Short Feasibility Study of a Cognitive Tv Black Space System

    This paper evaluates the feasibility of overlaying a secondary system on a Digital TV (DTV) system. The authors denote this type of approach TV black space (in contrast to TV white space). In this type of operation the secondary transmitter transmits on the same spectrum resources as the DTV system....

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  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Lightweight and Effective Detection Scheme for Node Clone Attack in Wireless Sensor Networks

    Legitimate sensor nodes may be captured by an adversary to extract important security information regarding shared secrets, cryptographic keys and so on. The adversary can easily launch node clone attack, which is an attack that an adversary attempts to add one or more nodes to the network by cloning captured...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Refined Radio Innovation Areas for IMT-Advanced Within the WINNER+ Project

    This paper summarizes the latest candidate techniques for IMT-Advanced and beyond investigated in the WINNER+ project. The presented techniques cover five innovation areas: Advanced Antenna Systems (AAS), Advanced Radio Resource Management (ARRM), Relaying, Coordinated MultiPoint (CoMP) transmissions and Spectrum Technologies. In AAS, under the framework of cellular multiuser MIMO systems,...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Delivering Capacity For Mobile Broadband - An Eminently Manageable Challenge

    This paper is focusing on solutions for the banking sector and has been centered around the Agentflow, the BPM solution from Flowring. Agentflow is a modern, scalable, java built, Workflow Solution. Being multi platform can fit into the Banks IT strategy. The objective of the developing BPM based solutions to...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Evolution of GSM Voice

    The rapid growth of the GSM subscriber base has led to aggressive network expansion, especially in emerging markets. Telecom operators need to increase the spectrum utilization of voice services and improve the hardware efficiency of both new and already installed network equipment. The advent of new wireless services, such as...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Assessing The Climate-Positive Effects Of ICT

    Climate change is perhaps the topmost challenge of our time. To prevent climate change from severely impacting almost every facet of life on the planet, scientific consensus points to a need to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG), measured in terms of CO2 equivalents (CO2e), by as much as...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    National Security & Public Safety Communication Over Mobile Broadband

    In most businesses this (the 4th) quarter is the busiest and much sales effort is focused on getting the best results from these critical weeks. However good sales managers are also preparing get to grips with next year's sales targets. This is an important activity because the earlier issues are...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Minimizing Carbon Intensity In Telecom Networks Using TCO Techniques

    While telecom is relatively energy-lean, telecom networks are still energy-driven and energy costs represent a significant opex item that is increasingly important as energy prices rise and energy efficiency continues to be in focus. The challenge for operators is to pursue growth in telecom networks, while ensuring the 2 percent...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    FoRCES Protocol as a Solution for Interaction of Control and Forwarding Planes in Distributed Routers

    As internet traffic grows in volumes and new services, like VoIP, Deep Packet Inspection or Intrusion Detection&Prevention emerge IP devices (e.g. routers, firewalls) should meet a number of demands in order to be able to effectively cover for the coming market requirements. One of the demands is to provide for...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Radio Innovation Areas for IMT-Advanced & Beyond: WINNER+ System Concept

    The WINNER project phases I and II contributed to the development, integration and assessment of new mobile networks techniques from 2004 to 2007. The WINNER+ project continues this forward-looking work for IMT-Advanced technologies and beyond, with a particular focus on 3GPP LTE-Advanced. This paper provides an overview of the radio...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Data Retention: Avoiding The Traps

    The complexities and the costs of complying with data retention rules and regulations must be carefully investigated by Communication Service Providers before they make any investment decision. Many common views on data retention systems are only partly correct and may generate misleading business perceptions. This paper analyzes some common statements...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Unlocking The Value Of Operator Assets

    Telecom operators are no longer alone in selling services to their customers. Several large internet players, including Apple, Google and Microsoft, reason that they are not required to create a relationship with today's operators in order to reach their end-users. Furthermore, these players may even argue that operators hamper their...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Lead-Free Soldering of Telecommunication Network Infrastructure Products

    Ericsson has successfully transferred to lead-free solder for its high volume telecom network infrastructure products. By implementing measures for lead-free soldering in all stages of the product development process, from design and component selection to the production process, reliable products are ensured. As the high volume consumer electronic products are...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Connecting The Digital Home

    Until now, connected-home solutions have been cumbersome and expensive to implement, operate and maintain. But this need not be the case - an open, standardized and horizontal approach to connecting the home solves these problems. It also gives operators an end-to-end, managed and multiservice, multiplay platform that features a simple,...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Next-Generation Intelligent Networks: Migrating To IMS

    Safeguarding investments in value-added services when moving from circuit-switched networks to all-IP and IMS. How operators can integrate existing value-added services in the evolving IMS network. Many telecommunication operators find themselves in a transition phase. They will migrate Circuit-Switched (CS) networks to the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), a process that...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Synchronization In Packet-Based Networks: Challenges And Solutions

    A range of technologies can be used to deliver synchronization solutions in next-generation packet networks. And there may be more than one solution in which a network employs multiple transport technologies - for example, in the mobile backhaul. To ensure that the overall business objectives are met, the solution of...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    High Speed Technologies For Mobile Backhaul

    Microwave links have been the obvious mobile backhauling choice for many operators, and microwave solutions are likely to remain very important. New, high-speed link technologies in the form of microwave with more than 1Gbps capacity, plus fiber and bonded DSL, are recommended in an all-IP Radio Access Network (RAN) over...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2003

    EDGE- Introduction of High Speed Data in GSM/GPRS Networks

    This white paper is intended for global system for mobile communications (GSM) operators interested in understanding Ericsson's view on how enhanced data for global evolution (EDGE) can play an important role in the evolution toward wideband code division multiple access (WCDMA).

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  • White Papers // Feb 2002

    FER, RXQUAL, and DTX DL Rate Measurements in TEMS Investigation GSM

    This document describes the information elements FER, RXQUAL, and DTX DL rate presented in TEMS Investigation GSM. It is applicable to all GSM version of TEMS Investigation and to all TEMS mobile GSM phones. It covers speech measurements only, data measurements are not included.

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  • White Papers // Mar 2003

    EDGE- Introduction of High Speed Data in GSM/GPRS Networks

    This white paper is intended for global system for mobile communications (GSM) operators interested in understanding Ericsson's view on how enhanced data for global evolution (EDGE) can play an important role in the evolution toward wideband code division multiple access (WCDMA).

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Feb 2002

    FER, RXQUAL, and DTX DL Rate Measurements in TEMS Investigation GSM

    This document describes the information elements FER, RXQUAL, and DTX DL rate presented in TEMS Investigation GSM. It is applicable to all GSM version of TEMS Investigation and to all TEMS mobile GSM phones. It covers speech measurements only, data measurements are not included.

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Delivering Capacity For Mobile Broadband - An Eminently Manageable Challenge

    This paper is focusing on solutions for the banking sector and has been centered around the Agentflow, the BPM solution from Flowring. Agentflow is a modern, scalable, java built, Workflow Solution. Being multi platform can fit into the Banks IT strategy. The objective of the developing BPM based solutions to...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    National Security & Public Safety Communication Over Mobile Broadband

    In most businesses this (the 4th) quarter is the busiest and much sales effort is focused on getting the best results from these critical weeks. However good sales managers are also preparing get to grips with next year's sales targets. This is an important activity because the earlier issues are...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    High Speed Technologies For Mobile Backhaul

    Microwave links have been the obvious mobile backhauling choice for many operators, and microwave solutions are likely to remain very important. New, high-speed link technologies in the form of microwave with more than 1Gbps capacity, plus fiber and bonded DSL, are recommended in an all-IP Radio Access Network (RAN) over...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Minimizing Carbon Intensity In Telecom Networks Using TCO Techniques

    While telecom is relatively energy-lean, telecom networks are still energy-driven and energy costs represent a significant opex item that is increasingly important as energy prices rise and energy efficiency continues to be in focus. The challenge for operators is to pursue growth in telecom networks, while ensuring the 2 percent...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Assessing The Climate-Positive Effects Of ICT

    Climate change is perhaps the topmost challenge of our time. To prevent climate change from severely impacting almost every facet of life on the planet, scientific consensus points to a need to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG), measured in terms of CO2 equivalents (CO2e), by as much as...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Data Retention: Avoiding The Traps

    The complexities and the costs of complying with data retention rules and regulations must be carefully investigated by Communication Service Providers before they make any investment decision. Many common views on data retention systems are only partly correct and may generate misleading business perceptions. This paper analyzes some common statements...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Connecting The Digital Home

    Until now, connected-home solutions have been cumbersome and expensive to implement, operate and maintain. But this need not be the case - an open, standardized and horizontal approach to connecting the home solves these problems. It also gives operators an end-to-end, managed and multiservice, multiplay platform that features a simple,...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Unlocking The Value Of Operator Assets

    Telecom operators are no longer alone in selling services to their customers. Several large internet players, including Apple, Google and Microsoft, reason that they are not required to create a relationship with today's operators in order to reach their end-users. Furthermore, these players may even argue that operators hamper their...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Next-Generation Intelligent Networks: Migrating To IMS

    Safeguarding investments in value-added services when moving from circuit-switched networks to all-IP and IMS. How operators can integrate existing value-added services in the evolving IMS network. Many telecommunication operators find themselves in a transition phase. They will migrate Circuit-Switched (CS) networks to the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), a process that...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Synchronization In Packet-Based Networks: Challenges And Solutions

    A range of technologies can be used to deliver synchronization solutions in next-generation packet networks. And there may be more than one solution in which a network employs multiple transport technologies - for example, in the mobile backhaul. To ensure that the overall business objectives are met, the solution of...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Evolution of GSM Voice

    The rapid growth of the GSM subscriber base has led to aggressive network expansion, especially in emerging markets. Telecom operators need to increase the spectrum utilization of voice services and improve the hardware efficiency of both new and already installed network equipment. The advent of new wireless services, such as...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Lead-Free Soldering of Telecommunication Network Infrastructure Products

    Ericsson has successfully transferred to lead-free solder for its high volume telecom network infrastructure products. By implementing measures for lead-free soldering in all stages of the product development process, from design and component selection to the production process, reliable products are ensured. As the high volume consumer electronic products are...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Realizing Packet-Optical Integration with SDN and OpenFlow 1.1 Extensions

    In this paper, the authors discuss the benefits of applying Software Defined Networking (SDN) to circuit based transport networks. It first establishes the need for SDN in the context of transport networks. This paper argues that the use of SDN in the transport layers could be the enabler for both...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Meeting Mobile Broadband Expectations with Maximum Efficiency

    Mobile broadband traffic is growing rapidly, driven by the increasing popularity of connected devices, such as smartphones and tablets. User expectations for mobile broadband are on the rise as people rely more and more on mobile applications, video content, cloud-based services and staying connected anywhere, anytime. Consumers have come to...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    FoRCES Protocol as a Solution for Interaction of Control and Forwarding Planes in Distributed Routers

    As internet traffic grows in volumes and new services, like VoIP, Deep Packet Inspection or Intrusion Detection&Prevention emerge IP devices (e.g. routers, firewalls) should meet a number of demands in order to be able to effectively cover for the coming market requirements. One of the demands is to provide for...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Nov 2011

    Optimizing IGP Link Costs for Improving IP-level Resilience

    Recently, major vendors have introduced new router platforms to the market that support fast IP-level failure protection out of the box. The implementations are based on the IP Fast ReRoute-Loop Free Alternates (LFA) standard. LFA is simple, unobtrusive, and easily deployable. This simplicity, however, comes at a severe price, in...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    A Short Feasibility Study of a Cognitive Tv Black Space System

    This paper evaluates the feasibility of overlaying a secondary system on a Digital TV (DTV) system. The authors denote this type of approach TV black space (in contrast to TV white space). In this type of operation the secondary transmitter transmits on the same spectrum resources as the DTV system....

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Radio Innovation Areas for IMT-Advanced & Beyond: WINNER+ System Concept

    The WINNER project phases I and II contributed to the development, integration and assessment of new mobile networks techniques from 2004 to 2007. The WINNER+ project continues this forward-looking work for IMT-Advanced technologies and beyond, with a particular focus on 3GPP LTE-Advanced. This paper provides an overview of the radio...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Refined Radio Innovation Areas for IMT-Advanced Within the WINNER+ Project

    This paper summarizes the latest candidate techniques for IMT-Advanced and beyond investigated in the WINNER+ project. The presented techniques cover five innovation areas: Advanced Antenna Systems (AAS), Advanced Radio Resource Management (ARRM), Relaying, Coordinated MultiPoint (CoMP) transmissions and Spectrum Technologies. In AAS, under the framework of cellular multiuser MIMO systems,...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Lightweight and Effective Detection Scheme for Node Clone Attack in Wireless Sensor Networks

    Legitimate sensor nodes may be captured by an adversary to extract important security information regarding shared secrets, cryptographic keys and so on. The adversary can easily launch node clone attack, which is an attack that an adversary attempts to add one or more nodes to the network by cloning captured...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Campaign Computing in Cloud Environment

    With the advancement in fields of cloud computing, big data technologies and graph databases, enterprises can now cost-effectively develop scalable call graph analytics platform for their business needs. Cloud Computing allows enterprises to share resources and applications without a high level of capital expenditure on hardware and software resources. The...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Opportunities for Telecom Operators in Cloud Computing Business

    Evolution of the internet has resulted with the evolution of the new kind of business model called cloud computing. Advantages of cloud computing are widely recognized as a viable way to reduce operational costs. It gives companies and individuals access to different kind of services without the need for the...

    Provided By Ericsson

  • White Papers // Jul 2013

    Performance Overhead of KVM on Linux 3.9 on ARM Cortex-A15

    A number of simple performance measurements on network, CPU and disk speed were done on a dual ARM Cortex-A15 machine running Linux inside a KVM virtual machine that uses virtio disk and networking. Unexpected behaviour was observed in the CPU and memory intensive benchmarks, and in the networking benchmarks. The...

    Provided By Ericsson