Redesign, optimization, and efficiency management services for mobile networks
Today, due to the increasing diversity and multiplicity of services and telecom companies and, consequently, the highly competitive market environment, the optimal design and management of network resources is of particular importance in operator systems. The importance of the design, optimization, and efficiency management in the structure of telecommunications operators and its undeniable role in the success of an operator’s business can be examined from three perspectives:
- Increased income
Defined activities in operator design and optimization will have a direct impact on the quality of the final service and, consequently, subscribers’ satisfaction and drop in subsidence.
- Reduced initial cost
Network optimization and redesign activities are defined as major tasks in the technical aspect. Time factor as the main priority in the activities of operational teams during the project, increasing network development, and new requirements are the factors that have place greater importance on the processes related to optimization and redesign in the technical field. In this field, the main focus is on the development of potential capacities, so that the operator does not need new investments to enhance capacity, create coverage, and provide new services.
- Reduced current cost
The operator can have a larger market share by reducing the final product price for subscribers. Reduced product price without reduced current cost means the reduction in profit margin and net income for the operator. Accordingly, reduced current costs and increased net profit are major objectives defined for telecom operators in terms of technical aspects.
Redesign, optimization, and efficiency management services provided by Ultratech Company
With the proper knowledge of the needs of end-to-end telecommunications operators, the Future Wave Ultratech Company has created the capacity to provide engineering services in all network layers, including Radio, Transmission, Core, and OSS. Based on up-to-date knowledge, engineering capabilities, and previous experience, this company has made it possible to provide various services in this field:
Technical advice and strategic planning for design and optimization projects
Strategic planning is defined as a subset or sub-project of the macro-design and evolution phase in network redesign and optimization projects. In this regard, there is a need for strategies and guidelines for project design and implementation based on the high-level strategy of the network.
GSM, UMTS, and LTE radio network optimization
In the optimization phase, the necessary processing is done on the network information and status after receiving the network KPI information from the OSS and DT for necessary modifications to the proposed scheme:
- Improvement of network key performance indicators (KPIs) and shared experience
- Resource matching with growing network traffic
- Improved coverage and network quality in terms of voice and data services
- Operator network benchmarking to identify weaknesses and strengths compared to competitors
- Creating an effective software platform for providing statistical and management reports
- Application of error and network events management software
- License management and resource software
Radio network redesign
Redesign in optimization process is defined for the effective use of network resources in terms of technologies, the creation and implementation of HLD coverage strategy according to HLD considerations, an effective coverage-capacity function for various technologies in the CS and PS domains, the natural characteristics of frequency bands, demographic-geographic characteristics, and behavior of subscribers.
Monitoring and optimizing the transmission network
The transmission network plays an important role in the quality of service provided for subscribers. The addition of new sites of the third and fourth generation to the increasing network carriers will lead to significant growth of network users and traffic. The company’s activities in the optimization process include managing, monitoring, and analyzing the capacity and quality of transmission links continuously.
Shared experience monitoring as a major competitive factors for operators
Given the competitive environment between different operators, it is necessary to continuously monitor the process of optimizing service quality from the perspective of customer in order to prevent a drop in customers.
With the adoption of standardized techniques such as DT and the application of exclusive software produced by the R&D team, Ultratech Company provides a different perspective for network operator management.
Big Data Platform solution provided by Future Wave Ultratech Company
The Radio Patrol platform is based on the Big Data Platform solution developed by the company to resolve the problems for telecom operators. The use of this platform in the optimization process makes it easy to monitor, track, and analyze the network in terms of RAN, TRANSMISSION, and CORE.
Future Wave Ultratech Company’s capabilities for mobile network optimization, redesign, and efficiency management
End to End approach
Telecom network optimization and efficiency management is virtually impossible for all network segments without an End-to-End approach. Therefore, the approach to telecom operators’ need for optimization services needs to be comprehensive and it must cover all network layers, including radio access network (RAN), transmission network, and core network.
Focus on process deployment and tools
Implementing and managing network optimization and efficieny management processes include event management, problem management, monitoring structures, processes for controlling changes, and interactions with other parts in the operator’s structure, which require an appropriate information platform and effective tools.
Localization and knowledge transfer
Heavy dependence on equipment manufacturers is one of the biggest challenges faced by telecom operators. The choice of localization strategy (and not necessarily in-house strategy) is a long-term investment for the operator, which also reduces the risk and costs of the dependence on the equipment manufacturers.