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1 BcN : A Future Networking Vision from Korea September Broadband Convergence Network Research Division

2 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 1 Contents Background of BcN project Overview of BcN Architecture Vision of BcN Concluding Remark

3 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 2 Background of BcN project Overview of BcN Architecture Vision of BcN Concluding Remark

4 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 3 U-Infra & u-IT839 ICT Infra for u-Korea Currently considered as 3 key infrastructures in IT839 Strategy More features (e.g., mobility, security..) will be added in the future u-Infra USNBcN Soft Infraware Intellectual & active networking between all objects with chips and sensors Ubiquitous Sensor Network Secure and continuous exchanges of various types of information created and spent by end users Broadband Convergence Network Provide reliable service convergence platform among various type of NG terminals Common Software Platform 3 Infrastructures in IT839 Strategy SafetySafety WealthWealth ConvenienceConvenience HappinessHappiness $ 30,000 per capita GDP Revolution in life & culture

5 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 4 Direction of 3 Key Infras USN/RFID Many trial run services combined with other public ICT projects - Joint effort with IPv6, Home Network project ~ 2010 BcN Pilot projects to develop new BcN services Encourage commercialization of BcN Expedite BcN construction Support upgrade of subscribers network Build and Operate KOREN Establish high quality SLA system 2004 ~ 2010 Service Convergence Sensing BroadBand Soft Infraware Implement the best IT convergence service environment by ~ 2010

6 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 5 Background of BcN project Overview of BcN Architecture Vision of BcN Concluding Remark

7 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 6 1) Rolf Jensen – Futurologist, manager in Futurology Research Institute 2) B. Joseph Pine II / James H. Gilmore -Strategic Horizons LLP Founder Words for next society Information Age, and the next? Labor intensive Facility intensive Information intensive Knowledge intensive Emotion intensive Society of Emotion & Sensibility The Dream Society 1) The Experience Economy 2) emotional management emotional marketing, experience marketing Personalized Production Mass Production QC Small Qty Batch Prodn

8 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 7 $ 1.0 $ 2.0 $ 3.0 $ 4.0 $ 5.0 $ 6.0 commoditygoodsserviceexperience Emotional needs create new VALUE ! Experience Economy Variety of tasty coffees, comfortable music, pleasant atmosphere, pretty mugs… Brewed coffee- ¢10~25 a cup Brand package- ¢25 ~50 a cup Coffee shop, Take-Out – $ 1~2 Starbucks - $ 5 a cup Dramatic increase in value

9 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 8 Consumer behaviors in Ubiquitous Emotional Society Tailored consumption that increases the value of individuals! - Personalization & individualization - Self-Customization Customers Want What ? 1 Taste to 10 persons price competition brand competition reasonable consumer clever consumer 10 Tastes to 1 person value competition personality competition emotional consumer profit-making prosumer

10 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 9 New Communication Needs in U-society Communication of Emotion & Sensibility Then, Next Communication is? Monthly communication expenditure; $130/household; (average expenditure of America, England, German, $65/household) Portion of total expenditure; 6.5% (3 times of OECD countries) 12 million of Internet users 38 million of mobile phone users Communication that enables to increase productivity to make a variety of cultural exchange to express oneself to make self-customized service Increasing demand for High-quality multimedia Mobile Interactive peer-to-peer Distribution of self-generating content New trend of communication New needs for value communication Communication demand saturated in Korea

11 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 10 New Requirements for BcN

12 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 11 BcN Phase 1(2005~2007) : combined & interworking Service fixed: 50~100Mbps, mobile: 50Mbps~ per AP individual management of billing/subscribers/services Direction of BcN Evolution Broadband Access E-PON/WDM-PON WiBro Access early Open API PSTN Mobile network Internet control Interworking control Broadcasting Network (CATV, satellite/terrestrial DMB) control BcN One-Phone

13 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 12 BcN Phase 2(2008~2010) : Integrated service composite service on a single I/F integrated management of billing/subscribers/services Including inter-operability on a single user I/F integrated call base IP Billing Integrated Service Management - integrated AAA - integrated service policy - Integrated billing Integrated Service Control Integrated Fixed & Mobile Access Managed IP Transport Integrated BMS IGWF IGWF : Integrated GW Function BMS : Business Management System BcN Mobile network Broadcasting network Internet Direction of BcN Evolution

14 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 13 BcN Phase 3(2010~) : Converged & Ubiquitous service unified management of billing/subscribers/services Unified SLA based IP Billing unified control system & network Converged Access technology Group movement, User context switching Open services Ubiquitous access services Open Service Management Unified Service Control Hi-performance & Unified Transport Converged Access Ubiquitous Access BcN Broadcasting Network CGWF Ubiquitous Access Network Ubiquitous Access Network CN CGWF : Converged GW Function CN : Customer Network Mobile Network Converged BMS Direction of BcN Evolution

15 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 14 Background of BcN project Overview of BcN Architecture Vision of BcN Concluding Remark

16 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 15 Direction of developing BcN Service & Control Next-generation Access High performance Unified transport Open API Real-time usage monitoring Real-time QoS monitoring SLA management SLA based unified billing Access authentication, Service authorization Service Mediation Open service Real-time mobility control User/service recognition Individual user/service-level QoS Service policy management Network security Network protection/ Reliability Ubiquitous Access Converged Access Broadband Access pay for only that I use ! pay only when guaranteed ! Reasonable pricing scheme Protect me ! Let me trust you ! Be simple enough for me ! Preventing from negative effects Recognize me ! tailored services for me ! unique service for me ! Unlimited expression of users personalities

17 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 16 Three Major Challenges and Goals network independent open services convergence services through single unified platform seamless service in anytime, anywhere Differentiated & personalized premium services E2E QoS incorporating legacy aggregation devices (IP-DSLAM, … ) Fast handover between different IP networks Low-cost but high-speed technologies 100Mbps to 1Gbps per subscriber OPEX reduction through PON based subscriber network Service and Control ConvergenceNew IP TransportAccess Network

18 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 17 Service and Control Convergence BcN Convergence Control Control

19 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 18 Managed Access Premium IP Managed Access Premium IP Best Effort Aggregation Switch Access Router Metro Switch Service Switch IP Core Switch N.E Service Guaranteed Services (VLL, L2VPN, …) iCOD (IP-TV, VOD, …) Multimedia Connectivity (VoIP, MMoIP, …) Terminal Transport Network Network Control Platform Transport network control New IP Transport Structure Flow-based network provisioning Flow-based Switch/Router

20 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 19 R&D for NCP & QSR Series ACR DSLAM / FES CPN Access Network ASR10 Metro NetworkCore Network NCP RAS QSS120 QSS40 QSS120 QSR240 QSS40 Flow-based forwarding Edge service function QSR Resource Mgt. Per-flow control Monitoring NCP Developed : QSS120 Developing : QSS40, QSR240 Planned : ASR10 Developed : QSR series specific NCP Developing : Intra-carrier NCP incorporating legacy NEs Planned : Inter-carrier NCP & Convergence NCP 24 systems of QSS120 have been installed by BcN Pilot Network. BcN R&D Network. e-Government Network

21 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 20 ATN ADN A-ESN MCN HGW CR HGW ATNADN A-ESN MCN ESN CROXC PS AS OGW AS SCAP M-NCP B-NCP M-NCP Call Agent CPN Access Network Metro Network Core Network Metro Network Access Network CPN MMS PS A-NCP ESN BcN Architecture Overview AS: Application Server OGW: Open API Gateway PS: Policy Server SCAP: Service Context-Aware Control Platform HGW : Home Gateway ATN: Access Termination Node ADN: Access Demarcation Node (A)-ESN : (Access) Edge Service Node MCN: Metro Core Node MMS: Multimedia Server CR: Core Router QSS Series ADN: ASR10 A-ESN: QSS40 MCN: QSS120 ESN: QSR 240

22 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 21 VoIP/MMoIP Service Scenarios DataIPTLMAC DataIPTLMAC DataIPMAC DataIPMAC DataIP DataIPDataIP DataIPLabelPPP M-NCP Policy Server EMS Prov. Server M-NCP Policy Server EMS Prov. Server SIP Phone SMPLS LSP Control Protection/Restoration Create Voice flow Mapping Voice flow to LSP Flow level Micro QoS Path Status Protection/Restoration Path/Service OAM Create Voice flow Routing & Forwarding Mapping voice flow to LSP Flow level Micro QoS Path Status Protection/Restoration Path/Service OAM MPLS LSP Control Protection/Restoration Access control/FTN updating DataIP BcN Core Network Metro Network Metro Network B-NCP Prov. Server TE Server NMS EMS SIP phone 1. call request 6. call accept 2. Call Proc. 5. CAC for Metro/Core 3. Call Proc. SIP Server Access control/FTN updating QSR80 QSS120 QSR240 QSS120 QSR80 QSR CAC for Metro/Core

23 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 22 Access Technology - FTTH EPMC: Ethernet PON Master Control (OLT MAC ASIC) / EPSC: Ethernet PON Slave Control (ONU MAC ASIC) PLC-ECL: Planar Lightwave Circuit – External Cavity Laser / RSOA: Reflective Semiconductor Optical Amplifier ATCA: Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture / OTRx : Optical Transmitter and Receiver WDM-PON(32/2.5G) Splitter ATCA E-PON(1G/2G/10G) (2005) (2006) (2005) (2004) (2005) (2006) (2005) (2006) satellite IP broadcasting Cable TV Broadcasting

24 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 23 FTTH Service Experiment Project OLT Implementing of Optical Infra (2005~2008) Applying R&D products : E-PON, WDM-PON, G-PON 100Mbps TPS to 20,000 subscribers Commercialization of FTTH equipment & services (2005~2008) Building of Field Test-bed Network (2005~2009)

25 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 24 Background of BcN project Overview of BcN Architecture Vision of BcN Concluding Remark

26 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 25 BcN R&D Vision Ubiquitous & Seamless Mobile Multimedia Unified AAA & Open Service Seamless Session Mobility Control Unified Service & Control Platform Flow-based QoS/Billing Fast Handover b/t Networks NCP + QSR series Low-cost but High-performance access Converged Access with Seamless Mobility PON-based FTTH Service and Network Control New IP Transport Network Broadband Access Network

27 APNOM 2006, Busan Korea 26 A driving force creating rich market of BcN as a New Paradigm A value innovative infrastructure for Ubiquitous Emotional Society Mobile Multimedia Communication A gear for new communication paradigm prompting Global Collaboration

28 Thank You ! Broadband Convergence Network Research Division

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