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1 1 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. IP NGN – Foundation for Ubiquitous Networking Monique J. Morrow Cisco Systems San Jose, California ITU Ubiquitous Networking Societies Workshop Geneva April 7, 2005

2 222 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. What is Ubiquitous Networking? O.S. & Applications e-Nations The Ubiquitous Internet Higher Ed./Research Manufacturing Government (Federal/Public Sector) Transportation Agriculture/Wildlife Medical Consumer & Services Mobile Networking Services on the edge of the Network Restoring an environment for Innovation

3 333 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Mobility of the Cellular Network Reliability of the PSTN Bandwidth of an Optical Network Security of a Private Network Security of a Private Network Flexibility of Ethernet Content Richness of the Internet Video Delivery of Cable/Television Characteristics of an Ideal Network Fusing the Best of Todays Networks and More IP NEXT GENERATION NETWORK 333 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

4 444 Layers of Convergence in the IP NGN APPLICATION CONVERGENCE Integration of New Innovative IP D/V/V Services over Broadband Increase Revenue Service Continuity and Creation Customer Loyalty and Stickiness Service Continuity and Creation Customer Loyalty and Stickiness SERVICE CONVERGENCE NETWORK CONVERGENCE Eliminate Layers in the Network Reduce OPEX / CAPEX Eliminate Layers in the Network Reduce OPEX / CAPEX MOBILE FR/ATM PSTN BROADBAND SERVICES OPTICAL HIGH-SPEED INTERNET IP Next Generation Network

5 555 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. INTELLIGENT INFORMATION NETWORK IP NGN Architecture Achieving a Whole Greater Than the Sum of the Parts Transport VoD / HDTV GAMING DATA CENTER PRESENCE- BASED TELEPHONY WEB SERVICES MOBILE APPS IP CONTACT CENTER Intelligent Edge Intelligent Edge Customer Element Customer Element Multiservice Core Multiservice Core Access / Aggregation Framework for User and Application- Based Control (Data, Voice, Video, Mobility) Framework for User and Application- Based Control (Data, Voice, Video, Mobility) Service Exchange APPLICATION CONVERGENCE SERVICE CONVERGENCE NETWORK CONVERGENCE OPERATIONAL LAYER Transport

6 666 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. INTELLIGENT INFORMATION NETWORK IP NGN ArchitectureFunctional Blocks Intelligent Networking Unifies the Layers for Greater Service Opportunities Interactive Gaming Video Telephony Integrated Conferencing Video-on-DemandVideo-on-Demand Unified Messaging PresencePresence Business Collaboration Cisco Service Exchange RoutingRouting MulticastMulticast SecuritySecurity QoSQoS AvailabilityAvailability PerformancePerformance ResilienceResilience InterworkingInterworking Service Aware L2/L3 VPN OPERATIONAL LAYER Identity Management Policy Management Mobility Management Dynamic Session Management Identity Management Policy Management Mobility Management Dynamic Session Management APPLICATION CONVERGENCE SERVICE CONVERGENCE NETWORK CONVERGENCE

7 777 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. INTELLIGENT INFORMATION NETWORK Application Convergence Transport VoD / HDTV GAMING DATA CENTER WEB SERVICES MOBILE APPS IP CONTACT CENTER Intelligent Edge Intelligent Edge Customer Element Customer Element Multiservice Core Multiservice Core Access / Aggregation Framework for User and Application- based Network Control (Data, Voice, Video, Mobility) Framework for User and Application- based Network Control (Data, Voice, Video, Mobility) Service Exchange OPERATIONAL LAYER PRESENCE- BASED TELEPHONY Transport APPLICATION CONVERGENCE SERVICE CONVERGENCE NETWORK CONVERGENCE

8 888 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Innovation at the Application Layer Blurring the traditional consumer/business segments VOICE DATA VIDEO Push-to-Talk Video-Based Security Presence-Based Communication Video-on- Demand Mobile Enterprise Multi-Player Gaming Video Telephony TV / Web Integration

9 999 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Todays Home: Separate Networks, Content & Entertainment Systems Satellite Network Home Control Network Cable Network Mobile Network Broadband Network Provider Internet Internet Future Home: Converged Networks, Content, & Entertainment Systems Consumer CPE Evolution

10 10 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Creating a Multitude of New Service Opportunities… Example: Residential Broadband Services Local and LD Voice $40/mo Teleworker $70/mo Teleworker $70/mo Digital Music $10/mo Digital Music $10/mo Broadband Access $30/mo Broadband Access $30/mo NetPVR $10/mo Video and xVoD $50/mo Home Net $10/mo Wireless Security $30/mo Gaming $7/mo Integrated Networks, Content and Entertainment Systems

11 11 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. INTELLIGENT INFORMATION NETWORK Service Convergence VoD / HDTV GAMING DATA CENTER WEB SERVICES MOBILE APPS IP CONTACT CENTER Intelligent Edge Intelligent Edge Customer Element Customer Element Multiservice Core Multiservice Core Access / Aggregation Framework for User and Application- based Network Control (Data, Voice, Video, Mobility) Framework for User and Application- based Network Control (Data, Voice, Video, Mobility) Service Exchange OPERATIONAL LAYER PRESENCE- BASED TELEPHONY Transport APPLICATION CONVERGENCE SERVICE CONVERGENCE NETWORK CONVERGENCE

12 12 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Turning Disparate Network Systems... Into an Intelligent Information Network Today: Inconsistent and Variable Service Level = Barrier to Growth and Profit Today: Inconsistent and Variable Service Level = Barrier to Growth and Profit Billing NMS Content Delivery Network CABLE DSL )))) Multimedia Servers MOBILE OPTICAL INTERNET PSTN Backbone Network

13 13 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Turning Disparate Network Systems... Into an Intelligent Information Network Billing NMS Content Delivery Network CABLE DSL )))) Service Exchange Application and subscriber-level control Usage reporting and billing Service creation Mobility management Resource management Service Exchange Application and subscriber-level control Usage reporting and billing Service creation Mobility management Resource management Multimedia Servers OPTICAL Backbone Network INTERNET PSTN Service Exchange ExchangeService MOBILE

14 14 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Service Exchange Framework Multimedia Service Control for Wireline/Wireless Convergence MOBILITY MANAGEMENT Device Roaming Service Mobility User Mobility MULTIDIMENSIONAL IDENTITY User / Device ID Location / Presence Service Registration Audit / Logging Assured Authentication DYNAMIC SESSION MANAGEMENT Call Control / Session Border Controller Rich-Media Control Diff Bandwidth & QoS per Session Accounting / Billing POLICY MANAGEMENT Subscriber Policy Application/Chaining Per-Sub Service Service Invocation Service Exchange 14 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

15 15 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Service Exchange Framework Multimedia Service Control for Wireline/Wireless Convergence MOBILITY MANAGEMENT Device Roaming Service Mobility User Mobility MULTIDIMENSIONAL IDENTITY User / Device ID Location / Presence Service Registration Audit / Logging Assured Authentication DYNAMIC SESSION MANAGEMENT Call Control / Session Border Controller Rich-Media Control Diff Bandwidth & QoS per Session Accounting / Billing POLICY MANAGEMENT Subscriber Policy Application/Chaining Per-Sub Service Service Invocation WHO? Who is the user? Device Profile Location Presence Who is the user? Device Profile Location Presence WHAT? What can the user do? Within what timeframe? To what extent Under what rules What can the user do? Within what timeframe? To what extent Under what rules HOW? How can I dynamically control resources? Interwork and provide rich media control Monitor and charge on a per service/per user basis Enable application awareness How can I dynamically control resources? Interwork and provide rich media control Monitor and charge on a per service/per user basis Enable application awareness WHERE? Where can the user roam? Track/recognize the devices across carriers Maintain the session across multiple networks Offer all services in all locations Where can the user roam? Track/recognize the devices across carriers Maintain the session across multiple networks Offer all services in all locations Service Exchange 15 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

16 16 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. INTELLIGENT NETWORKING Network Convergence APPLICATION LAYER SERVICE CONTROL LAYER Open Framework for Enabling Triple Play On The Move (Data, Voice, Video, Mobility) Open Framework for Enabling Triple Play On The Move (Data, Voice, Video, Mobility) Service Exchange Intelligent Edge Intelligent Edge Customer Element Customer Element Multiservice Core Multiservice Core Access / Aggregation Transport SECURE NETWORK LAYER VoD / HDTV GAMING STORAGE COMM WEB SERVICES MOBILE APPS IP CONTACT CENTER

17 17 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. One Backbone Network One Backbone Network Maximizes speed, flexibility and manageability Maximizes speed, flexibility and manageability Next Gen. Backbone Network Architecture – One backbone, multiple access networks

18 18 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Target NG IP Communications Architecture Broadband WiFi3GPPMetroE Edge Proxies Service Engine Presence and Registration Name Resolution Server Unified Messaging Basic Feature Server Billing Lawful Intercept STUN CMS Next-Gen Media Resource (MR) TCAP Feature Server OAM EDGE APPS MTA Subscriber DB enum SoftswitchGateway ITP Policy SBC Enterprise IP NG Comms Svcs Cntrl Plan PSTN Interworking Network Peering Feature Servers

19 19 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Thank You!

20 20 © 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. E1E2E3E4SerialV1V2 WAN module The Connected Home Network Entertainment Applications Box Probably located in the Entertainment Center Infrastructure & Services Box Probably located in the wiring closet or computer armoire PLC Bridge Appliance Telemetry b NIC Wireless LAN b Adapter Wireless Bridge Multimedia Distribution Internet Home Gateway Base Configuration Platform for Services Broadband Internet Appliance Proprietary Portal Home Media Server Linux + GUI + BIG HardDrive (MyDisk) Enet1394EnetUSB Video Out Video In VideoCam Spool to MyDisk Camera Upload to my web site DTV View from MyDisk Digital Express Alternative Rich content acquisition Cable/DBS input Traditional Broadcast via STB or Sat Rcvr Std Phone & Fax Converted to VoIP 2nd LAN module HPNA LAN module HomeLAN No New Wires HPNA NIC Enet NIC Global Networked Homes to reach 100mil by 2009 – IMS Research 2004


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