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VoIP Technology David Reed Chief Strategy Officer, CableLabs June 8, 2004
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. Agenda VoIP Technology Review MSO VoIP Deployments and Plans
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. Why IP Telephony? Dramatically improves efficiency of bandwidth use for real-time voice transmission Enables the creation of a new class of service that combines the best characteristics of real-time voice communications and data processing IP telephony applications can be based on open standards platforms for reliability and scalability
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. Circuit vs. Packet Networks
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. Why Is VoIP Disruptive?
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. PSTN Switching Architecture Class 5 Switch SS7 I-F Line Trunk Switching Matrix SS7 Network Class 5 Switch Event Log Announcements Switch Controller LSTSSM Trunk
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. CM - Cable Modem MTA - Multimedia Terminal Adapter HFC - Hybrid Fiber Coax Network CMTS – Cable Modem Termination System CM Embedded MTA PacketCable Components PSTN Gateway Call Management Server HFC CM MTA Back Office Servers Managed IP Network CMTS
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. Cable VoIP Deployments Several MSO services using PacketCable –Time Warner Digital Phone (Portland, Maine) –Cablevision Optimum Voice (New York) –Cox Digital Telephony (Roanoke, Virginia) –Charter Telephone (Wisconsin) Wide variety of implementations and equipment Current status –Core IP technology is working well –Multi-vendor interoperability exists –Showing economic advantages of VoIP
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. Cable Telephony Economics Data Source: Cox Communications Whitepaper: Voice over Internet Protocol: Ready for Prime Time, May 12, 2004, pg. 11 $267 $527
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved (mil.) Cable Telephony Subscriber Growth Total Subs VoIP Subs Circuit-Switched Subs Source: Kagan Research, 2004
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. Time Warner Digital Phone $39.95/month all in –Unlimited Local, In-state and Long Distance –Call Waiting, Caller ID, Call Waiting w/Caller ID –Voic Billing on existing cable bill w/online call detail Deployed now in 16 systems –~15,000 subs in Portland (10% of homes passed, 30% of HSD subscribers) –Most TW markets in 2004
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. New Service Providers are Flooding the VoIP Market Yahoo lists 42 providers of various types under Internet Telephony Service Providers Target market size reaching critical mass –30.7M broadband subscribers and growing* Low barriers to entry due to economics and regulatory environment Consumer Acceptance –Low costs and interesting features are attracting consumers willing to accept occasional voice quality issues and other limitations *Source: Kinetic Strategies, June 2004
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc All Rights Reserved. CableLabs Next Steps Cable operators well positioned to address legacy voice market with PacketCable Cable gearing up for rapid innovation using PacketCable Multimedia platform –Support for new capabilities and clients such as WiFi handsets, video-phones, game-boxes –Integration w/cellular networks 10 Hottest Technologies of 2004 PacketCable Multimedia
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