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1 ISO/IEC x: IGRS Specification

2 IGRS Confidential 2 Content Latest development IGRS standard progress in SC25 WG1 Part 1 – IGRS Core Protocol Overview Parts 21, 3, 5, 6 – IGRS AV Profile related changes Future work schedule

3 IGRS Confidential 3 IGRS National Engineering Laboratory Project Established in February, 2009 with approval by NDRC Co-founders: IGRS Engineering Lab (Shenzhen), Lenovo, TCL, Konka, Hisense, Greatwall, Changhong, Skyworth, Intervision, Beijing University, Chinese Academy of Sciences computing technology research and Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology Inherit all of IGRS technologies, utilize Shenzhen’s advantage in the R&D and manufacturing of information devices and integrate alliance resources for the purpose of accelerating the industrialization process

4 IGRS Confidential IGRS Confidential 4 IGRS National Engineering Laboratory Content and Application Service 3rd party Collaboratio n Platform Terminal Device Service Platform 3C Convergence Device-Cloud Computing Platform Public network service platform for terminal devices Deliver content and application service through common platform interface Provide standard stack and other common source code, chipset IP and technologies to accelerate the industrialization of IGRS terminal device OfficeOffice HomeHome MobileMobile IGRS Terminal Device Fully utilize IGRS standard and chipset IP technologies, to develop key 3C Convergence Device-Cloud interconnection and application technologies for IGRS product solutions, and to construct a public network service platform for these terminal devices to deliver new business model and value-added services

5 IGRS Confidential 5 Mission Industry leadership – Develop IGRS standards – Combine R&D resources of industry leaders – Provide leading R&D and testing environment Public support platform – Core technology research and generic development tools – Total solution & key product design – Lab experiment, testing, certification and logo services – Public network service platform

6 IGRS Confidential 6 IGRS Showroom Project Foyer Kitchen Study Living Room Outside Bathroom Bedroom To be completed in 10/2009: two showrooms (~500 m 2 in Beijing and Shenzhen) demonstrating IGRS technologies with intentions to deliver genuine user experience to industry, public and government officials

7 IGRS Confidential 7 Many More IGRS Products Launched to Market IGRS offers product differentiation for alliance members Over 10 million units sold in PC, notebook (Lenovo, Greatwall, Tongfang) mobile phone Projector Printer DMA TV (Hisense, Konka) Wireless Audio TV Chipset Netbook

8 IGRS Confidential 8 Working Group Activities Expand to 135 members New international presence with active contribution – Samsung – Panasonic

9 IGRS Confidential 9 Content Latest development IGRS standard progress in SC25 WG1 Part 1 – IGRS Core Protocol Overview Parts 21, 3, 5, 6 – IGRS AV Profile related changes Future work schedule

10 IGRS Confidential 10 Standard Progress (1) IGRS Part 1 – Core Protocol – Passed FCD ballot in 10/2008 with comments – Comments resolved in 6/2009 and editorial changes approved in 7/2009 – FDIS ballot pending Part 21 – AV Profile – Passed CD ballot in 3/2008 with comments – Working on changes to the profile architecture while communicating with those with comments Part 22 – File Profile – Passed FCD ballot in 10/2008 without comments – Editorial changes approved in 6/2009 – FDIS ballot pending

11 IGRS Confidential 11 Standard Progress (2) Part 3 – Basic Applications – Passed CD ballot in 3/2008 with comments – Working on changes to the AV profile architecture while communicating with those with comments Part 4 – Device Validation – Passed FDIS ballot in 7/2008 with comments – Resolved all comments in 7/2008 – Working on editorial changes prior to publishing Part 5 – Device Type – Passed CD ballot in 3/2008 with comments – Working on changes to the AV profile architecture while communicating with those with comments

12 IGRS Confidential 12 Standard Progress (3) Part 6 – Service Type – Passed CD ballot in 3/2008 with comments – Working on changes to the AV profile architecture while communicating with those with comments

13 IGRS Confidential 13 Content Latest development IGRS standard progress in SC25 WG1 Part 1 – IGRS Core Protocol Overview Parts 21, 3, 5, 6 – IGRS AV Profile related changes Future work schedule

14 IGRS Confidential 14 IGRS Standard Technology Overview IGRS Applications: standardized implementation guidelines based on corresponding IGRS Application Profiles for interoperability Device Message Routing Device Discovery Service Discovery Device Managment Service Invocation Data Distribution Security Application Profile Basic Application Network Transport Intelligent grouping, resource sharing, service collaboration Multi-platform protocol stack based on IGRS core protocol IGRS Core Protocol: IGRS device grouping and the interaction mechanism between client and service IGRS Application Profile: service description and interaction logic for IGRS applications

15 IGRS Confidential 15 IGRS Framework Link Level Resource Discovery TCP/IP Protocols Network Access and Configuration DiscoveryGrouping Secure Pipe ControlEventingDescriptionSession AVConnectionDirectory Network AVProjector Mobile Phone Transport …… Ethernet 、 WiFi 、 Bluetooth Core Protocols Application Profiles Applications Link Layer Enhancement Unsecure Pipe DRMControl…. Recorder

16 IGRS Confidential 16 Device Grouping IGRS groups: co-ordinate devices for applications and services – Devices collaborate without network configuration setup – Device group is scalable without complexity issues IGRS defines: – Resource organization framework – Control model – Service discovery – Security mechanism

17 IGRS Confidential 17 Device Grouping

18 IGRS Confidential 18 Content Latest development IGRS standard progress in SC25 WG1 Part 1 – IGRS Core Protocol Overview Parts 21, 3, 5, 6 – IGRS AV Profile related changes Future work schedule

19 IGRS Confidential 19 IGRS AV Profile changes Fully utilize IGRS device grouping & service integration technologies – Resource re-organization model: add service decomposition and grouping requirements to enable dynamic device grouping setup, service collaboration and work flow On-demand resource optimization to allow for more efficient service reusability and total resource savings if used in multiple application profiles Service distribution among multiple logic devices to reduce computations required in any one central device thus reduce system costs Simplified approach: extend device interaction to internet service discovery and grouping implementations in a future version Consider UPnP AV compatibility – Normatively reference relevant parts when appropriate, such as some of commonly used AV-related services etc.

20 IGRS Confidential 20 Service Decomposition Decompose services in all profiles to enhance service reusability and reduce complexity of implementation – DRM – Gateway – Directory – Rendering – Transport – Connection – Transcode – QoS – Storage – File transport DRM QoS Transcode DirectoryRendering Transport Storage File Transport Gateway Internet Service Internet Application Storage Application AV Application Connection

21 IGRS Confidential 21 Service composition for AV application Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Workflow Application

22 IGRS Confidential 22 An example of workflow used in AV Profile

23 IGRS Confidential 23 Multicast Play based on Device Grouping

24 IGRS Confidential 24 Content Latest development IGRS standard progress in SC25 WG1 Part 1 – IGRS Core Protocol Overview Parts 21, 3, 5, 6 – IGRS AV Profile related changes Future work schedule

25 IGRS Confidential 25 Future work schedule (1) IGRS Part 1 – Core Protocol – FDIS ballot due before 1/2010 Part 21 – AV Profile – Revised document submission expected in 12/2009 – FCD ballot to follow soon Part 22 – File Profile – FDIS ballot due before 1/2010 Part 3 – Basic Applications – Revised document submission expected in 12/2009 – FCD ballot to follow soon

26 IGRS Confidential 26 Future work schedule (2) Part 4 – Device Validation – Final editorial changes complete in 11/2009 Part 5 – Device Type – Revised document submission expected in 12/2009 – FCD ballot to follow soon Part 6 – Service Type – Revised document submission expected in 12/2009 – FCD ballot to follow soon

27 IGRS Confidential 27 Design for new life! 共享多彩数字生活


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