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1 International Telecommunication Union Global Standards role in strategic planning for Next Generation Networks & migration Arshey Odedra © Counsellor ITU-T International Telecommunication Union [ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 ]

2 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © ITU Overview Functional blocks in NGN. Q o S – Quality of Service in NGN & customer Q o E Migration of legacy to NGN services, Emulation and simulation Global Standards role in strategic planning for Next Generation Networks & migration

3 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © ITU Structure General Secretariat : Coordinates and manages the administrative and financial aspects of the Unions activities ITU-R : Coordinates radio communications, radio-frequency spectrum management and wireless services. ITU-D : Technical assistance and deployment of telecom networks and services in developing and least developed countries to develop communication services. ITU-T : Telecommunication standardization on a world-wide basis. Ensures the efficient and on-time production of high quality standards covering all fields of telecommunications (technical, operating and tariff issues).The Secretariat of ITU-T ( TSB ) provides services to ITU-T participants. Plenipotentiary Conference ITU Council ITU-T World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly ITU-R World Radiocommunication Conference Radiocommunication Assembly ITU-D World Telecommunication Development Conference General Secretariat ITU-T TSB World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly

4 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Standardization Groups Study Groups This is where the standardization work take place. Responsibility and mandates of each Study Group, including study questions, is set out by WTSA. TSAG may review priorities, programmes, and provide guidelines for SGs. Focus Groups Create forum-like entities under ITU-T Study Group, on a well-defined topic, scheduled for completion at a specific short time. Goal: encourage participation of non-members / members of other organizations (forums/consortiums) [Recent examples: FG IdM, FG IPTV, FG NGN etc.] Regional Groups According to WTSA-04 Res.54, regional groups can be established in order to facilitate developing counties participation in ITU-T activities.

5 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © SG 2: Operational aspects of service provision, networks and performance SG 3: Tariff and accounting principles, telecommunication economic and policy issues SG 4: Telecommunications Management SG 5: Protection against electromagnetic environment effects SG 6: Outside Plant and related indoor installations SG 9: Integrated broadband cable networks and television and sound transmission SG 11: Signalling requirements and protocols SG 12: Performance and Quality of Service SG 13: Next Generation Networks SG 15: Optical and other Transport Network Infrastructures SG 16: Multimedia Terminals, Systems and Applications SG 17: Security, Languages and Telecommunications Software SG 19: Mobile telecommunication networks ITU-T Study Groups

6 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Characteristics of ITU-T 1. Work (mostly) done in Study Groups (13 of them) 2. ITU-T Product: Recommendations (= standards) Example: Q.931, G992.1 (ADSL) 3. Unique partnership of private sector (SM-Sector Members) & government (MS-Member States) Today, 95% work (technical) driven by private sector (SM), 5% work (regulatory issues) by attention of MS 4. Truly global 5. Consensus decisions 6. Very flexible 7. Fast & transparent procedures 8. Global Brand name 9. IPR Policy and copyright

7 International Telecommunication Union Functional blocks in NGN. Functional Architecture

8 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © NGN Architectures Todays networks o Built on service=technology pipes. o Every network service has its own network platform: FR, ATM, MPLS IP VPN, Internet, PSTN etc. Internet Frame Relay ATM SDH

9 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Whats New: Horizontally-integrated Network NGN Transport NGN Services Telephone Services Data Services (WWW, , etc) Video Services (TV, movie, etc) Point to point, Point to multipoint, Multipoint to multipoint ITU-T Recommendation Y.2011

10 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Key Concepts for NGN Architecture o NGN Architectures are based on a few key NGN concepts: Separation between service and transport Personal and Terminal Mobility Resource and admission control QoS selection & control Accommodation of legacy terminals and systems NGN Architectures

11 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © NGN Functional Architecture Overview (Rec. Y.2012(09/2006)/FRA)

12 International Telecommunication Union QoS - Quality of Service in NGN & customer QoE

13 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Why QoS need in NGN? # In NGN Multiple QoS technologies and Operator Domains - Coexistence - interworking # With End to End QoS # QoS study topics include, e.g.: General terminology, QoS classes, traffic attributes and network performance metrics Interworking and harmonization of QoS classes Signalling desired end to end QoS Resource control (dynamic, policy based) Performance monitoring and measurement ISP-1 (Intserv) ISP-2 (over-prov) BB-1 (Diffserv) BB-2 (MPLS-TE) Cable xDSL 3GPP

14 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © 1.Users evaluate quality in terms of perceived utility for a task or experience (value) 2.Predictable, consistent quality valued more highly than variable, best available 3.Cost of service (financial and user effort) influences that perception 4.Important to meet (and hence know) user expectations of QoS Low QoE during Wireless 65% - Try another access technology 22% - Forget it 13% - Try later Low QoE during Wireless 65% - Try another access technology 22% - Forget it 13% - Try later QoE drives service usage Why QoE ?

15 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © o QoS - Quality of Service QoS (ITU-T E.800, 08/1994) Collective effect of service performances which determine the degree of satisfaction of a user of the service o NP- Network Performance (ITU-T I.350, 03/1993) To be measured in terms of parameters which are meaningful to the network provider and are used for the purposes of system design, configuration, operation and maintenance To be defined independently of terminal performance and user actions o QoE - Quality of Experience (ITU-T SG ) Quality of Experience (QoE) is a measure of the overall acceptability of an application or service, as perceived by the user. QoS, NP and QoE

16 International Telecommunication Union Migration of legacy to NGN services Emulation and simulation

17 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © PSTN/ISDN services Questions to consider: emulate all services? values to operators and end-users? be conservative in selecting services for emulation or simulation? Questions to consider: emulate all services? values to operators and end-users? be conservative in selecting services for emulation or simulation? Call waiting VPN Calling Line ID 800/900 COLP/COLR Billing MCID Coin op phones Calling name ID P Carrier Selection Calling name ID R Centrex MLPP Residential Call Baring Business Outgoing Call Baring LNP Call Transfer Operator services Call HoldLong distance Conference Calling Emergency svc

18 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Two terms defined: Emulation o Provision of PSTN/ISDN service capabilities and interfaces using adaptation to an IP infrastructure [ Legacy terminals to continue to use existing telecommunication services while connected to an NGN network ]. Simulation o Provision of PSTN/ISDN-like service capabilities using session control over IP interfaces and infrastructure [ NGN terminals in an NGN network for telecommunication services similar to legacy PSTN/ISDN services]

19 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © ITU-T Recommendations: o Y PSTN/ISDN evolution to NGN (Approved 09/2006) Describes possible ways of evolving PSTN/ISDNs to NGNs. It describes scenarios for evolution of PSTN/ISDN transport, management, signalling and control parts to NGN o Y.2262 PSTN/ISDN emulation and simulation (Approved 12/2006) Describes PSTN/ISDN emulation and simulation. PSTN/ISDN Emulation could potentially provide PSTN/ISDN service capabilities and PSTN/ISDN Simulation could potentially provide PSTN/ISDN-like service capabilities. o Y The PSTN emulation architecture (Approved 09/2006) Describes the functional architecture for PSTN/ISDN emulation o Y.2271 – Call server based PSTN/ISDN emulation (Apprvd. 09/2006)

20 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Many separate Networks & Interworking…. Multiple, interworked, interdependent networks Each network has its own control plane and management plane Diverse control and management architectures Multiple, interworked, interdependent networks Each network has its own control plane and management plane Diverse control and management architectures IWF IP Ethernet Networks Frame Relay PSTN/ ISDN PLMN ATM IWF

21 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Convergences Fixed Network Internet ICT Convergence Broadcasting Cable TV others Wireless Mobile

22 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © International SDOs: ISO, IEC, WSC; ISO/IEC JTC1 Regional SDOs: TIA, ATIS ( US carrier requirements), TSACC, TTA, TTC, ARIB, CCSA, ETSI(TISPAN,3GPP), ACIF, GSC For internet: IETF/ISOC ( IPv6, SIP extensions, MPLS, etc ), ICANN, ccTLDs, etc. Many Forums/SDOs: such as IEEE (802.11x – Wi-Fi hotspots), 3GPPs ( IMS), ATM/MPLS/FR, MEF, TMF (Standardised OSS components), DSL frum,OMA (Mobile) Applications, … Regional Telecom organizations: APT, ATU, CITEL, RCC, CEPT, ETNO, … etc… ( SDO = Standards Development Organization ) International Cooperation

23 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © NGN-GSI (2006) Co-located Joint Activity : SG and Areas of coverage - Release 2 Services and Capabilities - Functional Architectures and Requirements - Mobility Management and FMC - IPv6 application into NGN - End-End QoS - NGN Signaling with Resource Admission Control - Migration and Interworking aspects - NGN Security - IPTV-FG from April Home Networking (JCA-HN from March 2005) - Networked aspects of Identification services (JCA-NID from July 2006; FG Id Managt from Feb 2007) ….others Co-located Joint Activity : SG and Areas of coverage - Release 2 Services and Capabilities - Functional Architectures and Requirements - Mobility Management and FMC - IPv6 application into NGN - End-End QoS - NGN Signaling with Resource Admission Control - Migration and Interworking aspects - NGN Security - IPTV-FG from April Home Networking (JCA-HN from March 2005) - Networked aspects of Identification services (JCA-NID from July 2006; FG Id Managt from Feb 2007) ….others

24 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © For more information ITU-T web site: NGN-GSI Global Standard Initiative: ITU-T workshops and seminars: Communication & Information centre: The Lighthouse:

25 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Thank you for your attention!

26 ADDITIONAL SLIDES

27 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Latest ITU-T NGN achievements Rec. N.SGStatusTitle Y Apvd.09/06Functional requirements and architecture of the NGN Y.2091~Apvd.02/07Terms and definitions for Next Generation Networks Y.2111~Apvd.09/06Resource and admission control functions in NGN Y.2171~Apvd.09/06Admission control priority levels in Next Generation Networks Y.2021~Apvd.09/06IMS for Next Generation Networks Y.2261~Apvd.09/06PSTN/ISDN evolution to NGN Y.2031~Apvd.09/06PSTN/ISDN emulation architecture Y.2262~Apvd.12/06PSTN/ISDN emulation & Simulation Y.2601~Apvd.12/06Characteristics & Reqts of future Packet based networks Y.2611~Apvd.12/06High level architecture of future packet based networks Y.2271~Apvd.09/06Call server based PSTN/ISDN emulation Y.2201~TAP->04/07NGN release 1 requirements Y.2701~TAP->04/07Security requirements for NGN release 1 M.33434Apvd.01/07Reqts & analysis for NGN trouble admin across B2B and C2B interface Q ApprovedMethod of testing and model network architecture for NGN Technical means testing as applied to public telecommunication networks Y ApprovedFramework for achieving end-to-end IP performance objectives Q.1706/Y ARMobility management requirements for NGN

28 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Cooperation between ITU-T and Universities New technologies academic and research communities ITU looking to increase involvement from universities and academic institutions January 2007 Consultation meeting ITU-T and Universities Informal discussion group established to discuss ways to increase academia participation in ITU-T activities. To join the group send a request to Kaleidoscope events: bridging Standardization and Research ITU-T wishes to organize a series of regular events to bring together academia, research organizations and ITU-T members first event May 2008 provisionally titled Innovation in NGN.

29 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © ITU-T Products Non-normative Appendices Supplements Implementers Guides Manuals Reports Normative Recommendations Annexes Focus Groups Technical Specifications Technical Reports, … SG- related Free web download since January 2007 !

30 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Approval of Recommendations Traditional Approval Process Traditional Approval Process (TAP) For Recommendations subject to Policy or Regulatory implications Initiated at any SG or WP meeting and completed, for final approval, at the subsequent SG meeting (WTSA- Res 1) Alternative Approval Process Alternative Approval Process (AAP) For Technical Recommendations Once the text is considered to be mature, it is submitted for AAP at an SG or WP meeting (Rec A.8) - AAP Approval time = 6-9 Weeks; (Av. 9.5 Weeks) - since January 2001 over 1000 Recs approved - Pre-published Recs. available on ITU-T website, few days to four weeks after approval

31 ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007© ITU Forum for RWG for Asia Pacific Region, New Delhi 3-5 April 2007 Arshey Odedra ITU-T © Simplified AAP flow chart LC = Last Call: four weeksSG = Study Group AR = Additional Review: three weeksWP = Working Party Draft Recommendation input Comments Received? SG/WP Meeting 4 weeks no yes 3 weeks AR Comment Resolution Recommendation Approved Consent LC 84.6% approved directly after LC, 12.6% approved after going through AR 1.8% went back to SG meeting SG


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