PCC Based on Service Types (GPRS/UMTS Network)

abrahim
abrahim  Diamond  (1)
5 years 8 months ago  View: 1069  Reply: 4

 









 

Mobile broadband (MBB) services have been experiencing explosive growth. With
this background, the operating modes of the traditional packet switched
(PS) networks face various challenges, and measures
must be taken to implement refined operation.


  • The ratio of traffic volume to revenue varies according to
    service types. For example, point to point (P2P) services such as
    BitTorrent (BT) services use a large amount of network resources, but
    bring only a moderate amount of revenue for carriers.
    Therefore, to increase their revenue, carriers must implement
    service-specific policy and charging control (PCC).
  • A large
    number of service providers (SPs) or content providers (CPs) are making
    excessive amount of money by providing services on the broadband
    networks, but carriers who own these broadband networks only obtain
    limited rental from the SPs or
    CPs. To make the most out of their investment on broadband networks and
    improve their profitability, carriers must implement service-specific
    PCC.
  • A large number of low-ARPU subscribers subscribe to monthly
    packages with no traffic limit. These subscribers use a large amount of
    network resources but do not increase carriers revenue. Therefore, to
    efficiently allocate network resources
    and increase carriers revenue, PCC needs to be implemented for these
    subscribers when the network resource usage reaches a specified
    threshold.

Figure 1 PCC based on service types


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Armetta
Armetta  Diamond 
5 years 8 months ago
documentation very useful for my job
mjali
mjali  Platinum 
5 years 8 months ago
Mobile broadband (MBB)  is hot topic right now...............
Alaul
Alaul  Diamond 
5 years 8 months ago
Thanks for the useful one
user_2837311
user_2837311  Diamond 
1 year 9 months ago
useful document, thanks