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Geneva, 13-16 July 2009 Broadband Forum Progress Update Robin Mersh Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14 DOCUMENT #:GSC14-PLEN-082 FOR:Information SOURCE:Broadband.

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1 Geneva, 13-16 July 2009 Broadband Forum Progress Update Robin Mersh Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14 DOCUMENT #:GSC14-PLEN-082 FOR:Information SOURCE:Broadband Forum AGENDA ITEM:PLEN 10 CONTACT(S)

2 Broadband Forum Progress Update – prepared for GSC 14 Robin Mersh COO, Broadband Forum July 13 – 16, 2009 Geneva, Switzerland

3 Overview Who we are – the union with the IP/MPLS Forum BBF industry contributions –The role of BBF –Completed work –Current work –Future considerations Active liaisons

4 Union of the IP/MPLS Forum and the Broadband Forum We develop multi-service broadband packet networking specifications addressing interoperability, architecture and management. Our work enables home, business and converged broadband services, encompassing customer, access and backbone networks.

5 Broadband Forum Scope

6 Why Unite? Both the Broadband Forum and IP/MPLS Forum were focused on driving the evolution to next generation IP networks and empowering fixed mobile convergence evolution The work of each organization complimented the other –With the Broadband Forum's focus spanning from broadband network to digital home management, and the work of the IP/MPLS Forum primarily addressing the core and access aggregation Many shared members- –The majority of Broadband Forum and IP/MPLS Forum service provider members have MPLS based core networks deployed and there is a keen interest in this MPLS work continuing and developing. Expanding the Broadband Forums objectives to encompass the next phase of IP/MPLS Forum work ensures seamless broadband network optimization and convergence for the industry.

7 What are the Union Benefits? Combining our efforts we are- Pursuing our common vision with greater resources and shared expertise Driving Quality of Experience (QoE) measures throughout the network to better serve application requirements Specifying seamless end-to-end solutions Fostering greater interoperability Defining and facilitating the adoption of next generation IP networks to deliver the broadband experience to users in the home, in the office and on the street Engineering effective solutions for emerging applications such as mobile backhaul, IPTV, gaming, P2P applications and applications that have not yet been realized

8 The focus on technology-agnostic solutions hasnt changed The focus on technology agnostic solutions continues –Though MPLS is clearly of critical importance to the industry, the Broadband Forum continues to welcome contributions and work involving other technologies as the industry continues to evolve Liaison and cooperative work with organizations such as IETF, ITU-T and Metro Ethernet Forum remain strong The strength of the Broadband Forum continues to be the organizations ability to focus on developing specifications that best serve the service & application requirements of carriers and their customers

9 BBF Contributions

10 Broadband Forum Strategic Objectives Expand and address physical layer options for greater performance Optimize IPTV delivery, performance and customer experience Continue to expand our remote management specifications Act as the wireline advocate in FMC requirements Build on the IP/MPLS work, particularly on mobile backhaul Address IPv6 considerations in all our work Incorporate energy efficiency considerations into our specifications Continue to liaise and coordinate with the wider industry - SDOs, fora and consortia

11 The Broadband Network Architecture must be able to handle all types of access options Broadband Forum architecture specifications TR-156 extends the IP Ethernet access aggregation in connection to a PON last mile WT-167 provided the common method for establishing fiber fed DSLAMs

12 Broadband Forum Key Hybrid Fiber Work Ethernet Architecture for QoS & multicast (TR-101) GPON Architectures (TR-156, WT-167) GPON CPE management (TR-069, TR-142) GPON CPE specification (WT-155) VDSL2 interoperability (WT-114, WT-115) Access Node Control Protocol (TR-147) New Work New Ethernet point-point fibre & EPON architecture work New low-power mode & energy efficiency work New work on DSL quality management

13 BroadbandHome Remote Management Framework IP STB Auto-Configuration Server (ACS) Storage Residential Gateway OSS/BSS Call Center Policy TR-98 Internet Gateway Device (IGD) TR-069 CPE WAN Management Protocol WT-131, WT-132: ACS Northbound Interface PC VoIP TR-135: STB TR-106: Common Data Model Template TR-140: Storage TR-104: VoIP TR-064, TR-133: LAN-Side CPE Mgmt TR-064, TR-133: LAN-Side CPE Mgmt TR-142 TR-069 Framework for GPON TR-143: Throughput Performance Testing TR-122: Voice ATA TR-068, TR-124 RG Voice ATA TR-111: NAT Traversal HPNA MoCA Ethernet Wireless HomePlug TR-196: Femto AP Femto Cell

14 New Work Building on Customer WAN Management Protocol (TR-069) TR-106 Issue 2 –PD-181: Gateway Management Model Re-Architecture (Interface Stack) –PD-157 High priority Interface Objects PD-194: Software Module Management PD -174: Management of non-TR-069 (proxy) devices IPv6 updates to TR-069 related TRs TR-069 Maintenance –Enhancements to TR-069 Protocol –Enhancements to published data models for VoIP, IPTV, etc. WT-131: ACS NBI requirements Bulk File Transfer Mechanisms TR-069 testing interop testing

15 Scope of Mobile Backhaul Work Internet PSN 2 G 3 G 4 G Access Network Core Network Backhaul Transport & RAN RNC BSC Aggregation Network Transport network & Mobile Core Network RAN 2G SGSN 3G MSC2G MSC 3G PDSN/ SGSN GGSNCSN WiMAX PDN GW a GW Focus Area for Forums mobile backhaul work * Four major vendors products already passed certification for TDM over MPLS

16 Aligned with Industry Requirements

17 Active Technical Liaisons & Cooperation This list is not exhaustive. We welcome all liaisons and collaborations. 3GPP Alliance for Telecommunications industry Solutions (ATIS) Consumer Electronics Assoc. (CEA) Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) Femto Forum Home Gateway Initiative (HGI) Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) MultiService Forum (MSF) Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Open IPTV Forum Telemanagement Forum (TMF) Universal Plug and Play Forum (UPnP) WiMax Forum

18 Thank you For more information,

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