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The NGN Global Regulatory Ecosystem Anthony M Rutkowski Vice President for Regulatory Affairs and Standards Dulles VA USA tel: +1 703.948.4305

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1 The NGN Global Regulatory Ecosystem Anthony M Rutkowski Vice President for Regulatory Affairs and Standards Dulles VA USA tel: EUROPEAN COMMISSION Information Society and Media Directorate-General Electronic Communications Policy Policy Development Open Workshop Identifying policy and regulatory issues Next Generation Networks 22 June 2005 Centre Albert Borschette Brussels

2 Next Generation Networks Nationwide and Worldwide Open IP-enabled Public Network Infrastructure for Communications, Commerce and Content for Always-On, Nomadic People and Objects Each attribute creates regulatory challenges

3 NGN – Long-Term Network Convergence Perspective Public Switched Telecommunication Network (PSTN) Intelligent Network Internet (IN) Open Systems Interconnection Internet (OSI) Commercial Mobile Radio Systems 2000 NGNs IP Internet (IP) privatequasi-public Was never designed as public infrastructure

4 NGN – Near-Term Network Convergence Perspective Intelligent Infrastructure is the key enabler

5 ITU-T NGN Industry 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-41 TR-8.8 3GPP2 OP TR-45.2 TR-45.6 TR CPWG 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 GSC10 W3C SG16 INC TR-45 SA3 NIIF * Forums as of June 2005 Broad participation

6 Broad Global Industry NGN Participation and Support: why + Pragmatically meeting real needs today ▪ IP-enabled public product standards ▪ Global interoperability and markets ▪ Secure, stable infrastructure ▪ Compatibility with existing network infrastructures ▪ Common regulatory requirements + Engaging all relevant standards bodies ▪ Identifying existing useable standards ▪ New standards and administrative practices adopted only as necessary + Focused on “open” unbundled service modules and capability sets ▪ Staged in multiple “releases” over time + Standards participants primarily other industry players – worldwide, regionally, and nationally

7 NGN Policy-Legal-Regulatory Ecosystem ITU Convention Int’l Telecom Regs APEC-TEL Commission of the European Community USA FCC [WCIT] PP2006 eSec TG NSTAC Canada Australia Infso ParliamentACA Germany NANC Industry Canada Many Others Cybercrime Convention Signatories & Justice Ministers CITEL DOS RegTP Other multilateral and bilateral agreements DOJ DOC DHS PSECP WGSCWGANTS PCC.I NGN WG NGN reg i2010 Common Global Activity France NetherlandsUK Home Office Parliament CIOT EZ OFCOM JusticeART Justice BfV JHA

8 Basic NGN regulatory considerations + Responsibility for national public infrastructure rests with designated governmental authorities and coordinated through intergovernmental treaties and mechanisms + National public infrastructures have special properties – the public and the nation depend on these infrastructures + All governments impose capability requirements on public infrastructures + Global service innovation and marketplace competition are necessary + Pervasive vulnerabilities are potentially emerging in the public communications network infrastructure and not well understood + Factors ▪ Rapid introduction of new technologies, especially platforms not designed for public infrastructure use ▪ Open public communication network infrastructure ▪ Nomadic users and providers ▪ Uncontrolled access devices and capabilities ▪ Growing cybercrime and potential terrorism actions

9 NGN common regulatory requirements worldwide + National Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection ▪ network attack mitigation ▪ public safety emergency and law enforcement/national security assistance ▪ priority access during or after disasters ▪ priority service provisioning and restoration ▪ analysis and reporting of network metrics and outages + Legal System Requirements ▪ cybercrime mitigation ▪ digital rights management ▪ fraud detection and management ▪ juridical evidentiary and forensics + Consumer Requirements ▪ consumer emergency calls (E112/E911) including location of caller ▪ consumer protection and privacy (Do Not Call; SPAM) ▪ authenticated caller or sender identification ▪ disability assistance + Operations Requirements ▪ roaming and service provider coordination ▪ default service and routing options ▪ intercarrier compensation ▪ transaction accounting + Competition Requirements ▪ number portability ▪ service interoperability ▪ unbundling ▪ directory access Each of these capabilities is the subject of a requirements proceeding in multiple jurisdictions

10 Applicable Law and European NGN Proceedings + Global Instruments ▪ International Telecommunication Regulations - originally crafted as core “protective” internet instrument for meeting infrastructure protection and other public requirements ▪ Cybercrime Convention – crafted as a post hoc internet instrument for dealing with the resulting problems of inaction + CEC Instruments ▪ Directives, legislation, action plans: Framework, eEurope, Internet, Network Security, Data Protection ▪ Consultations and Reports: IP Voice and Associated Convergent Services, Convergence of Naming Numbering and Addressing, + State (UK – as an example of many) ▪ UK OFCOM consultations: NGN, roaming, number portability, universal service ▪ UK Home Office: access to communications data

11 NGN Intelligent Infrastructure Regulatory Models + “Architect” for openness and competition + A public NGN regulatory model ▪ Public internet regulatory models began emerging in the mid-80s with the FCC Computer III framework for the Intelligent Networks in the USA and ITR’88 internationally ▪ Applied to the first open industry internet infrastructure ▪ Elements of the internet regulatory model – open interfaces – unbundled service elements – secure infrastructure – CPNI directory access – strictures against anticompetitive behavior – consumer protection ▪ A highly successful model for nearly 20 years ▪ NGN today is the equivalent of the Intelligent Network of 20 years ago + NGN will necessitate more (not less) regulatory activity ▪ A characteristic of all open public infrastructures of nomadic users ▪ Government sets the public infrastructure capability requirements that industry implements ▪ Common carrier economic regulation generally not needed ▪ Detail standards promulgation generally not needed

12 Key Steps + Promote an open NGN market ▪ Regulate for an open, competitive, secure NGN Intelligent Infrastructure for Europe + Protect citizen needs, especially the infrastructure itself ▪ Collaborate on NGN regulatory models and requirements – especially those which have transnational implications ▪ Enhance international institutional arrangements for protecting public NGN infrastructure and other critical requirements – International Telecommunication Regulations – Convention on Cybercrime + expansion + secretariat Ratify now – European Commission Network Security action plans – Industry can implement the requirements + Implement NGN core capabilities now ▪ Trusted ability to identify, authenticate, and contact – NGN providers – NGN subscribers ▪ Rapid, trusted resolution of geographically autonomous identifiers for communications, commerce, and content + Regional and global cooperation among regulatory authorities and industry

13 ANNEX

14 NGN Technical Product Ecosystem (ITU-T) + 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 Primarily focus on Intelligent Infrastructure

15 Draft Reference materials – framework documents (ITU-T) FGNGN-OD-00126Performance Measurements and Management for NGN FGNGN-OD-00132NGN security requirements for release 1 FGNGN-OD-00133Guidelines for NGN security FGNGN-OD-00137Resource and Admission Control Function Living List FGNGN-OD-00138Evolution of networks to NGN FGNGN-OD-00139PSTN/ISDN evolution to NGN FGNGN-OD-00140PSTN/ISDN emulation and simulation FGNGN-OD-00141r1NGN Release 1 scope document – WG1 output of Geneva April 2005 FGNGN meeting FGNGN-OD-00142Updated draft of “NGN Release 1 Requirements” FGNGN-OD-00143FGNGN WG1 Living List FGNGN-OD-00144r1IMS parameterization FGNGN-OD-00146Functional Requirements and Architecture of the NGN FGNGN-OD-00147Mobility Management Capability Requirements for NGN FGNGN-OD-00148r1IMS for Next Generation Networks FGNGN-OD-00149r1Framework for Customer Manageable IP Network FGNGN-OD-00150Living list, NGN Framework FGNGN-OD-00151Living List, Post Capability Set 1 Release FGNGN-OD-00152r1Deliverables Work Program, FGNGN FGNGN-OD-00153Future Packet Based Network Requirements document FGNGN-OD-00155Future Packet Based Network (WG7) Living List FGNGN-OD-00158Problems with current Packet Based Networks (PBNs) FGNGN-OD-00160Report of the 6th FGNGN meeting + ITU Documents (Geneva, April 2005) Y.101GII terminology: Terms and definitions Y.110Global Information Infrastructure principles and framework architecture Y.2001General overview of NGN Y.2011General principles and general reference model for next generation networks Y.NGNDraft ITU-T NGN Release 1 Description (SG12 TD 5 Rev.2 (WP 1/13) 5 May 2005)) Y.NGN.GRQGeneral Architecture Y.NGN-FRAGeneral Management Framework M.NGN.Management/Y.NG N.Management NGN Release 1 scope document – WG1 output of Geneva April 2005 FGNGN meeting Y.NGN.e2eQoSGeneral End-to-end Quality of Service Primarily focus on Intelligent Infrastructure

16 Draft Reference materials - framework documents (ETSI-TISPAN part 1) TR Architecture for Control of Processing Overload in Next Generation Networks (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) ES Ver Endorsement of "IP Multimedia Call Control Protocol based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Session Description Protocol (SDP) Stage 3 (Release 6)" for NGN Relase 1 (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver Fixed Network Multimedia Messaging Service (F-MMS); Part 8: Combined PSTN/ISDN and Broadband access; Service description MMS for NGN (Ref. DTS/TISPAN FMMS) EG Incorporating Universal Communications Identifier (UCI) support into the specification of Next Generation Networks (Ref. DEG/TISPAN UCI) TS Ver Instant Messaging Part 1: Overview of Messaging in NGN (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver Instant Messaging Part 2: Interoperability of NGN Messaging with F-MMS (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver Instant Messaging Part 3: Immediate Messaging in NGN; Service description (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Naming, Addressing and Identification within NGNs (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TR Ver Network Management; NGN Management standards; OSS Standards Overview and Gap Analysis (Ref. RTR/TISPAN NGN) ES NGN Architecture Framework (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN) TS NGN Architecture to support emergency communication from citizen to authority (Ref. DTS/TISPAN EMTEL) TS NGN Basic Supplementary services; General aspects (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) ES Ver NGN Functional Architecture Release 1 (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN-R1) ES Ver NGN Functional Architecture; Network Attachment Sub-System (NASS) (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN functional requirements (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TR NGN Generic capabilities and their use to develop services (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Advice of Charge (AoC) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Anonymus Call Rejection (ACR) and Communication Barring (CB) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Call Forwarding (CF) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Call Hold (HOLD) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Call Waiting (CW) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Calling line identification presentation (CLIP) and Calling line identification restriction (CLIR) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Conference call (CONF) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Connected line identification presentation (COLP) and Connected line identification restriction (COLR ) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Malicious Call Identification (MCID) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services; Message Waiting Indication (MWI) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN IMS Supplementary Services;Call Completion on Busy Subscriber (CCBS) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS NGN Lawful Interception (Ref. DTS/TISPAN Tech) TS Ver NGN management; OSS Architecture Release 1 (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TR Ver NGN Management; OSS vision (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver NGN Management; Part 1: Requirements for the Core Network Ressource Model (NRM) Integration Reference Point (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver NGN Management; Part 2: Information service for the Core Network Ressource Model (NRM) Integration Reference Point (IRP) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver NGN Management; Part 3: Solution set for the Core Network Resource Model (NRM) Integration Reference Point (IRP) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TS NGN QoS Framework and Requirements (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver NGN R1 Functional Architecture; Organization of user data (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) Primarily focus on Intelligent Infrastructure

17 Draft Reference materials - framework documents (ETSI-TISPAN part 2) TR Ver NGN Release 1 Analysis of relevant 3GPP IMS specifications for use in TISPAN_NGN Release 1 specifications (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN-R1) ES Ver NGN Release 1: Functional architecture for PSTN/ISDN Emulation (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN-R1) ES Ver NGN Release 1: Functional Architecture; Resource and Admission Control Sub-system (RACS) (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN-R1) ES Ver NGN Release 1; Core IMS architecture (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN Release 1; Endorsement of TS Interworking between IM CN subsystem and IP networks (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) ES Ver NGN Release 1; H.248 profile for supporting TGWs (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN Release 1; NGN-IMS Stage 2 definition (endorsement of TS ) (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TR Ver NGN Release 1; Release definition (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS Ver NGN Release 1; Stage 3 description of the Gq' interface (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TRNGN Requirements and Functional Architecture; Network Attachment using Fixed Wireless LAN (802.1x) (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) TR Ver NGN Terminology (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) TRNumber Portability for NGNs (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver OSS requirements and priorities; OSS definition of requirements and priorities for further network management specifications for NGNOSS definition of requirements and priorities for further network management specifications for NGN Overview and gap analysis (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver OSS Service Release 1 (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) EGRequirements for a NGN Session Control Protocol and analysis of the IMS SIP profile meets these requirements (Ref. DEG/TISPAN NGN) TRRequirements for Bearer Control in Next Generation Networks (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) TSRequirements of the NGN network to support Emergency Communiocation from Citizen to Authority (Ref. DTS/TISPAN EMTEL) ES Ver Roaming interface protocol definitions for TISPAN NGN network access. (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN-R1) TRService requirements for Single Sign-on in NGN (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver Services and Capabilities Requirements for TISPAN NGN Release 1 (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TRServices Capabilities, Requirements and strategic direction for NGN services (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) TS Signalling Requirements and Signalling Architecture for supporting the various location information protocols for Emergency Service on a NGN (Ref. DTS/TISPAN EMTEL) TSSingle Sign-On Registration Procedure; Protocol specification (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R2) ESSpecification of Bearer Control Protocol in Next Generation Networks (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN-R2) ESSpecification of protocols required to support the NGN Overload Control Architecture (Ref. DES/TISPAN NGN) TR Ver Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networks (TISPAN); Network Management; NGN Management standards; (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver Telecommunications and Internet Protocol Harmonization Over Networks (TIPHON) Release 4; Interoperability test methods and approaches; Part 2: H.323-SIP interoperability test scenarios to support multimedia communications in NGN environments (Ref. DTS/TISPAN TIPHON_R4) TSTISPAN NGN Architecture; IMS-based PSTN/ISDN Emulation Subsystem Architecture (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TSTISPAN NGN Security (NGN_SEC) - Framework and Requirements - Release Independent (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TS TISPAN NGN Security (NGN_SEC); Security Architecture - NGN Release 1 (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TR TISPAN NGN Security (NGN_SEC); Threat and Risk Analysis - NGN Release 1 (Ref. DTR/TISPAN NGN-R1) TS TISPAN_NGN Security (NGN_SEC); Requirements - NGN Release 1 (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1) TSTraffic control and congestion control in IP based networks (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TSVideotelephony over NGN (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN) TS Ver XCAP-based protocol for manipulating NGN Supplementary Services (Ref. DTS/TISPAN NGN-R1)


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