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GSM Global Roaming Forum 1 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO Cooperation Between TIA TR-45.2 & GSM Global Roaming Forum G95 TR-45.2.3/00.11.14._____ Eric.

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1 GSM Global Roaming Forum 1 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO Cooperation Between TIA TR-45.2 & GSM Global Roaming Forum G95 TR / _____ Eric Hill Director, Interstandard Roaming GSM Global Roaming Forum Tel: gsm.org

2 GSM Global Roaming Forum 2 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO Table of Contents Objectives of the GSM Global Roaming Forum GGRF Governance & Membership Key Components of Focus GGRF Structure Commercial and Billing Groups Groups Unique to the G95 Upcoming Meetings Main Contacts for the GGRF

3 GSM Global Roaming Forum 3 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO GGRF Objectives Develop technical requirements for GSM interworking with non-GSM technologies –Submit requirements to Standards Development Organizations, e.g., 3GPP, 3GPP2, Telecommunications Industry Association, and others as identified Develop commercial standards (practices, principles, and guidelines) for interstandard roaming agreements and services –Submit proposals to GSM Association Working Groups and external bodies, e.g., CIBERNET, CDG, UWCC, CTIA Notes –Technical requirements include: network & signaling, terminals & smart cards –Commercial standards include: roaming agreement provisions for billing, fraud management, settlements, etc.

4 GSM Global Roaming Forum 4 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO GGRF Governance & Membership GGRF Reports to the Executive Committee of the GSM Association GGRF has established and maintains its own rules of governance Technology Teams determine their own work plans Membership is open to any operator or supplier with an existing or planned GSM roaming interoperability product or service Meetings are open to members only; Observer Status granted by Chairman

5 GSM Global Roaming Forum 5 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO Key Components For Interstandard Roaming Commercial arrangements: so that agreements, minimum services, etc. are agreed to in advance Networks: to ensure the ground-based infrastructure – which carries signaling, voice, and data messages - can communicate with each other. Billing: to ensure different systems for exchanging call detail records can interoperate in a timely manner. Terminals & Smart Cards: so that the customer’s phone can recognize and operate on systems unlike their home technology. Testing: to ensure individual components of roaming and also the entire process has been verified and is operating as planned. “One phone-one number, one terminal, around the globe and across technologies”

6 G95 Chairman G95 Chairman GAIT Chairman GAIT Chairman GSM/Tetra Chairman GSM/Tetra Chairman GSM/IDEN Chairman GSM/IDEN Chairman iDEN Testing: End-to-End Terminals Smart Cards Network Commercial Billing TetraG95GAIT GSM Global Roaming Forum - Structure Steering Committee GGRF Chairman & Vice Chairman

7 GSM Global Roaming Forum 7 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO GGRF Groups of Common Interest Across Technologies Commercial Issues Group –Enhance the GSMA interstandard roaming agreement Network and billing testing Inter-operator tariff structure Call record exchange rules Fraud control measures Settlement & financial clearing –Establish criteria for minimum services, e.g., Call delivery Voice mail interoperability Emergency services Mobile terminated SMS Billing Issues Group –Develop a TAP and CIBER Record conversion standard –Establish criteria for billing record testing

8 GSM Global Roaming Forum 8 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO Structure for the G95 (GSM/ANSI-95 Technology Team) Chairman Gustaaf Van Ditzhuijzen, Libertel, Phone: Vice Chairman Doug Rollender, Lucent Technologies, Phone:

9 GSM Global Roaming Forum 9 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO G95 Streams with Unique Project Plans Terminals & SIMs Stream –CDMA SIM specification: Done –Minimum standard for interstandard handset: 11-Jan-2001 Network Stream –Identify what changes are required to the GAIT specification. –Define changes and complete a G95 Phase 1 specification –Seek TR-45.2 help to produce & formalise Phase 1 G95 standard –Work with TR-45.2 & TR-46.3 towards harmonisation of GAIT and G95 standards End-to-end Testing –Scope and work plan to be developed as other Streams plans evolve

10 GSM Global Roaming Forum 10 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO Upcoming G95 & GGRF Meetings G95 Network –29 November 2000, conference call GGRF Meeting #3 –9-11 January 2001 –Hong Kong –Sponsored by CDMA Development Group –G95 meetings: 10 Jan 2001 Future GGRF Meetings –25-26 April 2001 –6-7 September 2001 –29-30 November 2001

11 GSM Global Roaming Forum 11 TR-45.2, 13-Nov-2000, Boulder, CO Main Contacts for the GGRF Juan Carlos Jil Chairman GSM Global Roaming Forum Tel: Eric Hill Director, Interstandard Roaming GSM Global Roaming Forum Tel:


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