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International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 3 April 2012 WTSA-12 Regional Preparatory Meeting Future Networks by ITU-T SG 13 Tatiana Kurakova Counsellor, ITU-T SG 13
Committed to connecting the world Mission and Mandate of SG 13 Leading Study Group roles of ITU-T SG13 Lead study group for Future Networks and NGN Lead study group on Mobility Management and Fixed-Mobile Convergence Lead study group to coordinate activities related to cloud computing with other relevant study groups SG13 was NGN group Lead study group for NGN and Satellite SG13 covers Future networks including mobile and NGN WTSA 2008 WTSA 2004
International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Mission and Mandate of SG13 Study requirements, architecture, evolution and convergence of future networks Studies focused on network aspects of mobile telecommunication networks, including International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT), wireless Internet, convergence of mobile and fixed networks, mobility management, mobile multimedia network functions, internetworking, interoperability Enhancements to existing ITU T Recommendations on IMT.
International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Why new network? New network appears when important features change Implementation technology, application, … Its possible to use old one, but optimized one is often more convenient and cheap We can access the internet with telephone & modems ??? Is it time to find a new network ??? NGN NGN features: packet-based, managed QoS, improved security, separation of service/transport stratum, etc. These are good, may apply in the future, but the focus may shift …?
Committed to connecting the world Definition of FN: A network able to provide services, capabilities, and facilities difficult to provide using existing network technologies. A Future Network is either: a)A new component network or an enhanced version of an existing one, or b)A heterogeneous collection of new component networks or of new and existing component networks that is operated as a single network. Vision of Future Networks (Y.3001 – Future Networks: Objectives and Design Goals)
Committed to connecting the world Vision of Future Networks (Y.3001) 4 objectives and 12 design goals Service awareness Data awareness Social and economic awareness Environmental awareness Energy Consumption Optimization Service Universalization Economic Incentives Service Diversity Functional Flexibility Virtualization of Resources Network Management Mobility Reliability and Security Data Access Identification
Committed to connecting the world Four Objectives Environment awareness FNs should be environmental friendly. Service awareness FNs should provide services that are customized with the appropriate functions to meet the needs of applications and users. Data awareness FNs should have architecture that is optimized to handling enormous amount of data in a distributed environment. Social-economic awareness FNs should have social-economic incentives to reduce barriers to entry for the various participants of telecommunication sector. FUTURE NETORKS ENVIRONMENTAWARENESSSERVICE AWARENESSDATAAWARENESSSOCIAL-ECONOMICAWARENESS
Committed to connecting the world Design Goals, selection FNs should have device, system, and network level technologies to improve power efficiency and to satisfy customers requests with minimum traffic ( Power Consumption) FNs should have mechanisms for retrieving data in a timely manner regardless of its location (Data Access) FNs should be designed to provide sustainable competition environment to various participants in ecosystem of telecommunication by providing proper economic incentives (Economic Incentives) FNs should accommodate a wide variety of traffic and support diversified services (Service Diversity) FNs should facilitate and accelerate provision of convergent facilities in differing areas such as towns or the countryside, developed or developing countries (Service Universalization)
Committed to connecting the world Promising Technologies Network Virtualization In-system Network Management Power Saving of Networks Mobility-enhanced Distributed Networking Network Optimization Data-oriented Networking Network supporting Economic Incentives
International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Deliverables approved and under approval process Supporting specific technology documents Y.3011 (01/12) - Framework of network virtualization for future networks Y.3021 (01/12) - Framework of energy saving for future networks Y.3031 - Identification framework in future networks (in AAP LC till 28.03.12.) Generic Handbook "Future Networks (02/12)
Committed to connecting the world Further Study issues on Future Networks Future Steps Functional requirements and Architectures Required capabilities and enablers Reference models and Reference Points Relevant functions to support features which identified in requirements Identifications for Future Networks Operations and Managements requirements and functions Collaborate to develop relevant protocols and necessary mechanisms Service and application models and capabilities Migration models Started investigation on FNs role for future disasters like 2011 Japan quake
International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Workshop Joint ITU-T SG13 and ISO/JTC1/SC 6 workshop on future networks standardization Geneva, Switzerland, 11 June 2012 To identify commonalities and differences in the work progressed by each group, and to assess if those differences can be solved To investigate which standards would be developed as common texts according to Recommendation ITU-T A.23, Annex A | ISO/IEC JTC 1 Standing Document 3 Workshop will be supported by remote participation tools
Committed to connecting the world Thank you for your attention and welcome to ITU-T Future Networks group!
International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Deliverables under development Y.SUN-overview - Overview of SUN (Smart Ubiquitous Networks) in TD 838 (NGN GSI) Y.amnsa - Requirements and Architectural Framework for Auto Manageable Future Networks and Services in TD 841 (NGN GSI) Y.FNID-config - Identifiers and their configuration methods for future networks in TD 840 (NGN GSI) Y.FNsocio - Methods to Achieve Socio-Economic Design Goals and Objectives for Future Networks, TD 842 (NGN GSI) Terminology in TD 182 GEN (SG13) Project descriptions; information on research activities going in various places in TD 748 (NGN GSI)
International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world New deliverables under development Brand new work Y.FNsdn - Framework of software-defined networking for Future Networks in TD 843 (NGN GSI) Y.FNsdn-fm - Requirements of formal specification and verification methods for software-defined networking in TD 844 (NGN GSI) Y.Fnvirtreq - Requirement of network virtualization for Future Network in TD 845 (NGN GSI) Y.FNDAN - Framework of Data Aware Networking for Future Networks in TD 846 (NGN GSI)
Committed to connecting the world Network Virtualization Network virtualization is the technology that enables the creation of logically isolated network partitions over shared physical network infrastructures so that multiple heterogeneous virtual networks can simultaneously coexist over the shared infrastructures. Also, network virtualization allows the aggregation of multiple resources and makes the aggregated resources appear as a single resource. The detailed definition and framework of network virtualization are described in (ITU-T Y.3011 (01/12) Framework of network virtualization for future networks).
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