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1 Toward Next Generation Networks: ITU Activities Overview Anthony M Rutkowski Vice President for Regulatory Affairs and Standards Dulles VA USA tel: ANSI Telecommunications Caucus 27 May 2005

2 NGN Background + The term “next generation” has been a favourite of developers over the years ▪ In the Internet community, it became popular around 1996 to describe the Next Generation Internet features. ▪ In the telecom community, “Next Generation Networks” began to be used by ETSI TIPHON in 2000 as a draft marketing strategy to describe the delivery of “international, interoperable specifications that insure the telecommunications industry’s ability to meet and exceed user expectations for next generation networks.” + Over the past year, Next Generation Networks (NGN) has come to represent an omnibus array of activities and product emerging from a constellation of standards, regulatory, and professional bodies worldwide ▪ Today, there are significant NGN related meetings occurring somewhere almost every week ▪ It is a scale of activity unknown since global Open System Interconnection initiatives of the ▪ The use of Internet based capabilities also allows this activity to cross-pollinate and flourish at a speed not possible in the 80’s. + As opposed to OSI in the 1980’s, however, today’s NGN activities are oriented around a real need facing providers and regulators worldwide ▪ how to integrate nomadic users and providers, wireless access, Internet networks, and IP- Enabled Services into coherent national and global public telecommunication infrastructures in a fashion that ensures reliability, viability, and the common needs of all public communication infrastructures + Likely to be used extensively for industry procurement and operations purposes

3 Emerging NGN Universe

4 NGN Product Ecosystem + Multi-media services ▪ Basic services ▪ Advanced services ▪ Real-time Conversational Voice services ▪ Instant messaging (IM) ▪ Push to talk over NGN (PoN) ▪ Point to Point interactive multimedia services ▪ Collaborative interactive communication services ▪ Group Messaging – Instant messaging, deferred messaging ▪ Messaging services such as SMS, MMS, etc. ▪ Content delivery services ▪ Push-based services ▪ Broadcast/Multicast Services ▪ Hosted and transit services for enterprises (IP Centrex, etc.) ▪ Information services ▪ Presence and general notification services ▪ 3GPP Rel 6 and 3GPP2 Rel A OSA-based services + PSTN/ISDN Emulation services ▪ General aspects for PSTN/ISDN Emulation ▪ Terminals for PSTN/ISDN Emulation ▪ Target services for PSTN/ISDN Emulation + PSTN/ISDN Simulation services ▪ General aspects for PSTN/ISDN Simulation ▪ Terminals for PSTN/ISDN Simulation ▪ Target services for PSTN/ISDN Simulation + Internet access ▪ NGN core ▪ peer-to-peer applications + Other services ▪ Data retrieval applications: such as tele-software. ▪ Data communication services: such as data file transfer, electronic mailbox and web browsing ▪ Online applications (online sales for consumers, e-commerce, online procurement for commercials) ▪ Sensor Network services ▪ Remote control/tele-action services, such as home applications control, telemetry, alarms etc. ▪ Over-the-Network (OTN) Device Management + Public Services Aspects ▪ Lawful Intercept ▪ Malicious call trace ▪ User identity presentation and privacy ▪ Emergency Communications ▪ Users with disabilities ▪ Carrier selection ▪ Number portability ▪ Service delivery under specific country or local conditions + Customer Manageable IP Service + Service Stratum capabilities ▪ Session handling ▪ Open service environment ▪ User Profile ▪ Device Profile ▪ Service enablers ▪ PSTN/ISDN emulation support ▪ Public service aspects ▪ Accounting, Charging and Billing ▪ Service Policy Management + Transport Stratum capabilities ▪ Media resource management ▪ Mobility management ▪ Connectivity handling ▪ Access Transport capabilities ▪ Numbering, naming, and addressing incl. resolution and interworking ▪ QoS-based Resource and Traffic Management ▪ Basic OAM ▪ Transport Policy management + Interoperability and Interworking + Identification, authentication and authorization ▪ Identification ▪ Authentication ▪ Authorization + Security and Privacy + Management aspects ▪ Service management aspects ▪ Transport management aspects Identified Services *Release 1 Capability Set ** Source: FGNGN-OD R1, amended by 00142, 29 Apr 2005

5 NGN Functional Grouping FGNGN-OD-00146, 29 Apr 2005

6 ITU-T NGN Standards Ecosystem IETF ATIS ETSI NGN Framework NGN OSS 3GPP NGN Focus Group STF NGN GSC SG17 GSC9 WAE FG MWS FG VoIP FG TISPAN WG8 WG1 WTSC T1P1 PTSC (T1S1) OPTXS (T1X1) TMOC (T1M1) CableLabs OASIS SA5 DSL Forum ECMA Parlay JWG PAM CCUICBC PM Applications LI AT-D WG7 WG3 WG4 WG5 WG6 WG2 Global NGN Framework WTSA SG11 SG02 SG19 SG04 NGNMFG SG09 SG13 3GPP2 TSG-C TSG-S TSG-A TSG-X SG03 TIA TR-42 TR-41 TR-30 TR-8 TR-8.8 3GPP2 OP TR-45.2 TR-45.6 TR-34 FO-4 TC NGN Focus GroupNGN Focus Group MESA SG15 TeleManagement Forum SA2 OBF IPDR RosettaNet EPCglobal OSS/J DMTF OMA NGN* Focus Group General Internet O&M Routing Security Transport PGC SA1 SA4 V.1.4, 31-May-05 GSC10 W3C SG16 INC TR-45 SA3 NIIF * Forums as of May 2005; subject to change as Focus Groups activity transitions into permanent groups

7 NGN Policy-Legal-Regulatory Ecosystem* ITU APEC-TEL Commission of the European Community USA FCC rulemakings [WCIT] PP2006 eSec TG NSTAC action Canada Australia VoIP Consultation NGN Regulatory Stored Data Access Bill ACA rulemakings Germany NANC actions Industry Canada rulemakings Many Others Cybercrime Convention Signatories & Justice Ministers CITEL DOS ITAC/ACIP** RegTP rulemakings ** Coordinates USA policy for some international forums Other multilateral and bilateral agreements *The primary purpose of this ecosystem depiction is to show the emerging complex relationship among national and international forms for devising policies, law, and regulatory provisions relating to NGNs DOJ DOC DHS/NCS actions PSECP mandates

8 NGN common regulatory requirements worldwide + National Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection ▪ network attack mitigation ▪ public safety emergency and law enforcement assistance ▪ priority access during or after disasters ▪ service restoration ▪ analysis and reporting of network metrics and outages + Consumer Requirements ▪ consumer emergency calls (E112/E911) ▪ consumer protection and privacy (Do Not Call; SPAM) ▪ authenticated caller or sender identification ▪ disability assistance + Operations Requirements ▪ service provider coordination ▪ fraud detection and management ▪ default service and routing options ▪ intercarrier compensation ▪ transaction accounting + Competition Requirements ▪ number portability ▪ service interoperability Note: This slides depicts NGN regulatory requirements commonly found in current, on-going proceedings in most countries, and in related international dialogue

9 ITU-T Study Groups + SG 2service definition, numbering and routing + SG 3tariff and accounting principles + SG 4telecommunication management + SG 9integrated broadband cable and television networks + SG 11signalling and protocols; intelligent networks + SG 12quality of service and performance + SG 13NGN and satellite matters + SG 15access network transport; optical technology + SG 16multimedia terminals, systems and applications; ubiquitous applications (“e-everything”, such as e-health and e-business) + SG 17telecommunication security; languages and description techniques + SG 19mobile telecommunication networks and for mobility

10 NGN Focus Group SG13 (NGN coordination) and Focus Group Detail WP1 Project management and coordination Helmut Schink (Siemens, Germany) WP2 Functional architecture and mobility Chae-Sub Lee (KT Corp, Korea) WP3 Service requirements and scenarios Naotaka Morita (NTT Labs, Japan) WP4 QoS and OAM Neal Seitz (DOC, USA) Q1Project coordination and release planning for NGN Q11General network terminology Q13Public data networks WG 1SR (Service Requirements) Group WG 2FAM (Functional Architecture and Mobility) Group WG 3QoS Group WG 4CSC (Control and Signalling Capability) Group WG 5SeC (Security Capability) Group WG 6Evo (Evolution) Group WG7FPBN (Future Packet-based Bearer Network) Group SG 13 Plenary Q3Principles and functional architecture for NGN) Q6NGN mobility and fixed- mobile convergence Q9Impact of IPV6 to an NGN Q10(including also security matters) Interoperability of satellite with terrestrial and NGNs Q2Requirements & implementation scenarios for emerging services Q7Network and service interworking in NGN environment Q8Service scenarios & deployment models of NGN Q12Frame Relay Q14Protocols and service mechanisms for Multi-service Data Networks Q4Requirements and framework for QoS for NGN Q5OAM and network management for NGN

11 Draft Reference materials – Documents (Geneva, 29 April 2005) FGNGN-OD Performance Measurements and Management for NGN FGNGN-OD NGN security requirements for release 1 FGNGN-OD Guidelines for NGN security FGNGN-OD Resource and Admission Control Function Living List FGNGN-OD Evolution of networks to NGN FGNGN-OD PSTN/ISDN evolution to NGN FGNGN-OD PSTN/ISDN emulation and simulation FGNGN-OD-00141r1 NGN Release 1 scope document – WG1 output of Geneva April 2005 FGNGN meeting FGNGN-OD Updated draft of “NGN Release 1 Requirements” FGNGN-OD FGNGN WG1 Living List FGNGN-OD-00144r1 IMS parameterization FGNGN-OD Functional Requirements and Architecture of the NGN FGNGN-OD Mobility Management Capability Requirements for NGN FGNGN-OD-00148r1 IMS for Next Generation Networks FGNGN-OD-00149r1 Framework for Customer Manageable IP Network FGNGN-OD Living list, NGN Framework FGNGN-OD Living List, Post Capability Set 1 Release FGNGN-OD-00152r1 Deliverables Work Program, FGNGN FGNGN-OD Future Packet Based Network Requirements document FGNGN-OD Future Packet Based Network (WG7) Living List FGNGN-OD Problems with current Packet Based Networks (PBNs) FGNGN-OD Report of the 6th FGNGN meeting

12 Draft Reference materials - Recommendations + Y.101, GII terminology: Terms and definitions + Y.110, Global Information Infrastructure principles and framework architecture + Y.2001, General overview of NGN + Y.2011, General principles and general reference model for next generation networks + Y.NGN Draft ITU-T NGN Release 1 Description (SG12 TD 5 Rev.2 (WP 1/13) 5 May 2005)) + Y.NGN.GRQ, General Architecture + Y.NGN-FRA, General Management Framework + M.NGN.Management /Y.NGN.Management + Y.NGN.e2eQoS, General End-to-end Quality of Service + ….many more


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