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This report deals with the evolution of network sharing by Mobile Network Operators Today established as a common practice, it is still differently undertaken depending on market and geography
We will thus examine what the main forms of network sharing are, how they are used and why by operators

Taking into account recent and coming technological evolutions, well try to see how network sharing could evolve, what new shapes this practice could take and what the impact could be on operators business model from a competition point of view 

Executive summary 6
 2 Methodology & definitions 8
 3 Network sharing is a real trend, not a buzz 9
31 The context and short history of network sharing 9
 32 The various forms of sharing 9
 321 National roaming 11
 322 Multi-Operator Radio Access Network 12
 323 Multiple Operator Core Network 12
 324 Gateway Core Network 13
 33 Network-sharing technology developments 14
 331 LTE and network sharing 14
 332 Improvements to LTE Releases 12 and 13 15
 333 Congestion management 16
 334 Performance monitoring 17
 335 Benefits of virtualisation to RAN sharing 18
 4 Overview of network-sharing market 20
41 Overview of network-sharing deals 20
 411 What is the content of a network-sharing deal? 22
 412 Which savings to expect? 23
 413 Case studies 25
 42 Network-sharing regulation 32
 421 Benefits and risks of network sharing 32
 422 Network sharing in the EU 33
 5 The future of network sharing: towards the end of network centricity? 36
51 Capacity needs & spectrum crunch will fuel network sharing 36
 511 Small cell as a service 36
 512 LTE in the unlicensed band 37
 513 From coverage-based competition to service-based competition 39
 52 New players in the sharing industry: value chain is recomposed 40
 521 MNO & MVNO players 40
 522 RAN-outsourcing players 40
 523 IoT/MTC players: 41
 53 Will 5G completely change the value chain? 41
 531 Network slicing and virtualisation as a game changer 41
 532 In-band full-duplex operation: towards more evolved spectrum sharing 42
 533 Hybrid fixed and mobile networks: is this the future of network sharing? 44

List Of Tables

 Table 1: The sharing of elements, by each network-sharing architecture 11
 Table 2: Capex and OpEx saving resulting from network sharing 24
 Table 3: Market share and network coverage of Belgian MNOs 25
 Table 4: Wireless market share of Orange, by geographical scope 27
 Table 5: Significant Orange network-sharing deals - details and impacts 28
 Table 6: First results from the creation of NetWorkS! (as of 2014) 30
 Table 7: Mobile operators & MVNO positioning 40
 Table 8: RAN-outsourcing players role 41
 Table 9: IoT/MTC players positioning 41

List Of Figures

 Figure 1: Passive sharing 10
 Figure 2: MORAN scenario 12
 Figure 3: Multiple Operator Core Network scenario 13
 Figure 4: GWCN scenario 14
 Figure 5: Comparison of MOCN and GWCN in LTE 15
 Figure 6: Static reservation versus NEC Network Virtualization Substrate solution 16
 Figure 7: Standard vs hierarchical backhaul QoS management 17
 Figure 8: Third-party managed performance reporting 18
 Figure 9: General presentation of a C-RAN architecture 18
 Figure 10: Repartition of passive and active sharing deals by region 20
 Figure 11: Evolution of network-sharing deals by nature (2009-2014) 21
 Figure 12: MNO network-sharing deals by region (2001-2014) 21
 Figure 13: Countries where regulatory obligations to share sites apply (2013) 22
 Figure 14: Type of network-sharing agreements 22
 Figure 15: Orange global view on network sharing 28
 Figure 16: Creation of the NetWorkS! joint venture In Poland between Orange and T-Mobile 29
 Figure 17: Mobile market shares in Sweden 30
 Figure 18: Joint ventures between Swedish operators 31
 Figure 19: 3G network coverage 31
 Figure 20: Telenor results from active sharing agreements 32
 Figure 21: ARCEPs proposed timeline for terminating national roaming 34
 Figure 22: Ofcom spectrum-sharing framework 35
 Figure 23: Small cell as a service as a means of sharing small cells among carriers 36
 Figure 24: The licensed-assisted access principles 38
 Figure 25: Comparison between LTE-U/LAA and LWA 39
 Figure 26: Examples of 5G network slices [NGM15] 42
 Figure 27: Roadmap for applications leveraging self-interference cancellation 43 

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Published Date : May 2016
Country :Global
Category :Technology
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