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1 1 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Session Number Presentation_ID Next Generation Network Complementing The Internet For Converged Service Sameer Padhye Vice President, Worldwide Service Provider Marketing ITU-T Workshop on NGN July 9-10, 2003

2 222 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Agenda PSTN & Internet trends & characteristics Why this conversation now ? NGN – all IP vision Emerging NGN Service Trends Business, Consumer Building the NGN Architecture, Access, Edge, Transport, Core, Provisioning, Reliability, Security Transitions in SP Networks Current, Emerging, Future Interworking with legacy networks Importance of Open Standards Interfaces Summary

3 333 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Todays Carrier Networks Telecommunications Connection Oriented Centralized intelligence and control HW Fault tolerance Deterministic Services integrated with network, limited value-add Low Latency Tightly coupled Mature Security Data Communications Connectionless Oriented Distributed intelligence and control SW Fault tolerance Non-Deterministic Decouple services and network, High Service Flexibility High Latency Loosely coupled Security evolving

4 444 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID PSTN And Internet Key Characteristics are Complementary Weakness Strength PSTN Internet Service Richness Flexibility Open Reliability Deterministic Secure Service Richness Flexibility Open Reliability Deterministic Secure

5 555 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Trends in New Service Deployment Trends Consumers want business like servicesConsumers want business like services Ubiquitous Communication Services(Any Access/Transport)Ubiquitous Communication Services(Any Access/Transport) New Differentiated value-added services would evolve with the deployment of broadband, high quality, secure services New Differentiated value-added services would evolve with the deployment of broadband, high quality, secure services End-to-End Service Enablement will be delivered thru packet intelligence End-to-End Service Enablement will be delivered thru packet intelligence Customer Self-Management of network and Services using WEB Technology Customer Self-Management of network and Services using WEB Technology ConsumerBusiness Consumer Business

6 666 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Why this conversation now..? Old business models being questioned due to success of internet SP NGNs to adopt IP based internet models except try to make them better Call control understandings for IP like SIP, MPLS make it ready to carry voice and multimedia traffic SPs need to rework their business models and start growing profitably again again Economies expected to become better and SP capex expected to increase; SPs on verge of making network infrastructure investment decisions Credible equipment providers now being tested on new metrics of staying power

7 777 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Perfection Characteristics of the Ideal Network Fusing the Best Properties of Todays Networks onto a Common Lowest Cost Infrastructure Mobility of the GSM Network Ubiquity/Reliability of the PSTN Bandwidth of an Optical Network Latency Control of an ATM Network Operational Ease of Ethernet Flexibility of the Internet Security of Financial Funds Transfers

8 888 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Mobility of the GSM Network Ubiquity/Reliability of the PSTN Bandwidth of an Optical Network Latency Control of an ATM Network Operational Ease of Ethernet Operational Ease of Ethernet Flexibility of the Internet Content Richness of Cable/Television Security of a Private Network Security of a Private Network The Next Generation Network - Fusing The Best Properties of Todays Networks Next Generation Network

9 999 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Internet VPNs Transport Content Voice & Video Mobility Enterprise Small Business Consumer Next Generation Network Delivering Converged Services Packet-based NGN

10 10 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Regional HQ Branch 1 Branch 2 Branch 3 Content Distribution Hosting Storage Metro Ethernet Managed Internet Gateway Managed Security (IDS, Firewall) Hosted IPT Telephony Regional Secure Internet Gateway Telecommuter Access MPLS VPN Managed IP Telephony Cable/ DSL VM PSTN Remote Access Service Provider NGN Corporate Teleworker Emerging NGN - Enabling Business to leverage the Internet

11 11 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Emerging NGN – Transforming Consumer Service End-to-End Intelligent Network VoIP VPN Digital Music Gaming HSD NetPVR Video & xVoD Home Gateway Bundle Services for the connected Home Security

12 12 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID The Next Generation Network Architectural Concept Service Rich Platform-Access agnostic Common Packet-based Modular architecture Multiservice/Multimedia convergence over IP End-to-end packet intelligence Broadband Capabilities Open standards based platform Interworking with legacy OSS Application Signalling & Control Switching & Routing Transport

13 13 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Emerging NGN And The Internet Service Convergence on IP Multiservice IP (or Multiservice ATM Transport) Services and Applications VPN-Aware Networks Content VoIPHostingeCommerce ExtranetInternet NGN SP Infrastructure Infrastructure MultimediaeLearning Intranet A MultiserviceMPLS-Enabled IP Network Frame Relay ATM IP-VPNs IP is ubiquitous access service platform Delivering services independently of access and core media to all type of end-users (Residential, Soho, SMB, Enterprise) End Users Residential, SoHo, Small Pros, SME, Enterprises PSTN Mobile

14 14 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Full-service Customer Element Full-service Customer Element Efficient Access and Aggregation Efficient Access and Aggregation Intelligent Service Edge Intelligent Service Edge Multi-service Core Multi-service Core Packet-aware Transport Packet-aware Transport NGN - Packet Building Blocks Integrated OSS Application Aware Network Services Application Aware Network Services Applications and Content © 2003, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 14 SP Strategy 0603 Tej Kohli Packet Intelligence Standards based Signaling and Control

15 15 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID NGN Consumer Access Multiple Broadband Access Options DSL Ethernet Home Shopping Eth. DTV Tuner Second Line VoIP Residential Gateway Live Content Video on Demand Games Console Notebook PDA Broadband Access Cable Home Security Fiber 802.11b/g Router Set-top Box Ethernet

16 16 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Service Provider Metro Ethernet Network T1 Remote Office 1 Regional Headquarter Remote Office 2 256 Kb Frame Relay-Connected Branches 256 Kb Remote Office 3 10 Mbps Ethernet Ethernet-ConnectedBranch I/W Device 16 Fast Ethernet User-Network Interface (UNI) NGN Business Access Emergence of Metro Ethernet A new access for the NGN is Metro Ethernet

17 17 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID NGN Edge – Access Independent Services AAA Director y Dial ADSL GGSN/PDSN Notebook PDA WAP Leased Line PC Internet Corporate VPN Open Garden 802.11b Content Services Gateway Cable

18 18 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID NGN Transport - Adding Packet- Awareness for Internet/data traffic Enterprise A SONET/SDH Ring Enterprise C Enterprise B Enterprise C Internet, Long haul handoff and/or Regional Net SONET/SDH Ring Ethernet and IP switching and QoS Integrated Ethernet switching and IP routing VLAN support (802.1Q and QinQ) Diff-serv QoS implementation Efficient Ethernet transport over SONET/SDH LEX, PPP/BCP and Cisco HDLC encapsulation GFP encapsulation HO-VCAT and LO-VCAT with LCAS Efficient Ethernet transport over DWDM GigE transport over DWDM 10GigE transport over DWDM Point-to-point Point-to-multi-point Shared Ring © 2003, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 7740_03_2003_c1

19 19 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID MPLS Frame-Relay RPR Metro RPR Metro RPR WAN Ethernet Converged Core Future IP/Packet-based Multiservice IP/MPLS aware end-to-end Simplified provisioning Highly scalabIe Capex and OPEX efficient Consolidated Multiservice NGN Core Multiple Interworked Networks Today Connection oriented End-to-end provisioning Scalability issues Capex intensive Not Opex efficient CAPEX/OPEX Frame-Relay TDM Internet MPLS DSL ATM Ethernet ATM NGN Core - Evolving Internet to Multiservice IP Core

20 20 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID L3 Architecture - IP as the service convergence layer - Distributed IP architecture - Transport voice over IP Building The NGN Core IP/MPLSNGNCore ATM Core Network Ethernet IP ATM Frame Relay MPLS IP / MPLS Enhance Switching / Routing performance and system availability PSTN Core Network V L2 Architecture - Evolve core to support L2 trunking over IP/ MPLS - use L2 provider provisioned VPN Evolve SP Edge to support L3+ IP / MPLS and L2 services

21 21 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID NGN SSG Mobility– Bringing Control & Dynamic Policy Capabilities Internet SSG SSG Services VPN SLA Voice Video Games etc SSG Services VPN SLA Voice Video Games etc User Control Login Self provisioning Content Bandwidth QoS User Control Login Self provisioning Content Bandwidth QoS PPPoA PPPoE Wireless LAN Mobile Wireless Broadband Access Methods Billing Flat-Rate Post-paid Pre-paid By Service By Application Billing Flat-Rate Post-paid Pre-paid By Service By Application Identity Key to ownership Application to Network Authentication Single Sign On Device Identity Identity Key to ownership Application to Network Authentication Single Sign On Device Identity

22 22 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Programmable Network Layer Programmable and Physical Network Layers NGN – Building an Internet OSS Web-based Management & provisioning Network Devices CommonServices Event Mgmt IP Mgmt DNS, DHCP Addressing DNS, DHCP Addressing Intelligent Agents Inventory and Topology Inventory and Topology Identity and Security Workflow, GUI and APIs Workflow, GUI and APIs CIA Customer Portal Assurance Sales Order Handling Problem Resolution Perf/SLA Reporting Invoicing and Rating Service Product Development and Maintenance Network and Systems Management Network Planning Element Management Maintenance Restoration Network Monitoring Service Creation Service Inventory Service Quality Mediation Aggregation Customer Care FulfillmentBilling Network Provisioning Service Provisioning Cisco + ISV Cisco ISV Programmable Network Infrastructure 22 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 4 2 1 3

23 23 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID NGN – Building an Internet OSS Today, Most SPs Vertically Integrated Customer Service Resource Databases of Record … Highly integrated vertical process flow Organizational silos Little/no horizontal process flow No end-to-end customer service view Customer Relationship Mgmt Service Mgmt Resource Mgmt Supplier/Partner Mgmt Telemanagement Forum

24 24 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID NGN – Building an Internet OSS Introduce Modularity, Increase Customer Centricity Resource OSS supporting future NGN Consolidate service mgmt layer Introduce service modularity, reusability Re-structure service DBoR Provide end-to-end service view Evolve customer-centric service ops … OSS supporting legacy platforms Customer Relationship Mgmt Service Mgmt Resource Mgmt Supplier/Partner Mgmt Customer Service Databases of Record

25 25 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID NGN – Building an Internet OSS Migrate Legacy Customers to NGN Services Resource … Customer Relationship Mgmt Service Mgmt Resource Mgmt Supplier/Partner Mgmt Systematic migration of customers to NGN services platform Up-sell value-added services after migration Customer Service Databases of Record

26 26 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Enterprise Backbone Enterprise Premise Edge Service Provider Aggregation Edge Service Provider Core NGN – Making Internet Reliable MPLS Fast Reroute - Node Protection Nonstop Forwarding with Stateful Switchover Gateway Load Balancing Protocol Stateful NAT Stateful IPsec Multicast Sub-Second Convergence Routing Protocol Convergence Enhancements

27 27 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Resilient Link Layer Resilient Routing Resilient IP Services Resilient MPLS NGN – Making the Business-class Internet Four Dimensions of Resiliency Continuous packet forwarding Network fault isolation Fast network convergence Fast convergence for Multicast paths First hop resiliency with load sharing Stateful address translation Stateful recovery of security VPN sessions Connection state backup and uninterrupted WAN connectivity ATM Frame Relay PPP/MLPPP HDLC Ethernet Fast rerouting of traffic for link, node or path failures Bandwidth allocation and protection services

28 28 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Memory File Systems Rate Limiting etc. Memory File Systems Rate Limiting etc. Secure OS Crypto PKI IDS FW Crypto PKI IDS FW Security Technologies Ease of Use Configuration/provisioning Auditing Image Distribution etc. Ease of Use Configuration/provisioning Auditing Image Distribution etc. Manageability Technologies Manageability Technologies Quality of Service Classification Access Control Lists AAA Passwords WLAN: 802.1x, LEAP, SIMM Quality of Service Classification Access Control Lists AAA Passwords WLAN: 802.1x, LEAP, SIMM Access Control NGN – Delivering Integrated Security Network Infrastructure Security Network Infrastructure Security Protocols Secure Routing

29 29 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID SP Core Transport Enterprise SMB SP Multiservice Edge Core Attributes Multiservice Smooth Scalability Capacity & Infrastructure Quality of Service Security & Protection Investment Protection Consumer Edge Attributes Scalability Feature Richness Customer control Service Selection Interworking High & low speed aggr NGN Attributes Summary Reliable & Secure Service Richness & Deterministic Transport Attributes Packet-awareness Efficient Ethernet support Access Technologies DSL Cable PL Ethernet Wireless

30 30 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Current SP Networks Separate networks for voice, data Circuit switched network for voice Voice network still revenue/profit producing Mobile network fastest growing! Mobile Data Network PSTN TDM ISUP Signaling CAS Class 5 Switch Class 4 Switches DSS1 NCP IP ATM FR DSS2 PNNI H.323 Q.922 Class 4

31 31 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Emerging Technologies Service Provider Networks Mobile Data Network PSTN TDM ISUP Signaling CAS Class 5 Switch Class 4 Switches DSS1 IP ATM FR Q.2931 PNNI SIP ATM/IP Technology available to modernize TDM network – BICC; allows Packetization/Modernization of TDM networks Combined wireless and wire line traffic growing Transport Independent Signaling mechanisms defined, BICC, SIP Many Service Providers still prefer ATM transport

32 32 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Future SP Networks Mobile Convergence of voice and data networks Transport independent signaling mechanisms BICC is important technology in wireless and TDM network Backbone transport packetized Many Service Providers still have ATM transport BICC/SIP-T Signaling Network MG PSTN TO EO ATM /IP H.248 MGCMGC Network Edge Node ATM or IP Network Network Edge Node PSTN EO TO MG H.248

33 33 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Insertion of IP Infrastructure Mobile PSTN TDM BICC Signaling? IP SIP Based PSTN TDM SIP-TSIP-T BICC

34 34 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID VoIP/VoATM/PSTN Interworking Strategy IPATM BICCSIP-T VoIP SIP Router MG MG DSS1 (e.g.) H.248 PSTN ISUP Signaling Media Gateway Control Bearer Connection Interworking MG MGC Interworking MGC MGC Products providing inter-working between IP, ATM networks and PSTN are mandatory. Cisco is very active in facilitating PSTN/SIP/BICC inter-working in ITU.

35 35 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Adoption of BICC In Mobile Networks SGSNGGSN MGC MG MGC MG Call Agent UTRA N 3G Radio Base Station PSTN Packet Switched Domain B I C C IUCS GMSC Server MSC Server ATM/IP MSC Bearer MG Mobile H.248 GMSC Bearer SS7 ATM/IP MG MGC MG MGC ATM/IP 3GPP: 3rd Gen. Partnership Project UTRAN: UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network GERAN: GSM Edge Radio Access Network MSC: Mobile Services Switching Center GMSC: Gateway Mobile Services Switching Center SGSN: Serving GPRS Support Node GGSN Gateway GPRS Support Node IUCS: Interface between UTRAN and MSC Circuit Switched Domain Will Adoption of BICC in UMTS Lead to BICC Deployments in Fixed TDM Networks? Will Adoption of BICC in UMTS Lead to BICC Deployments in Fixed TDM Networks?

36 36 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Focus on Standards By focusing on ITU and other global stds, Cisco is emphasizing Carrier Class on all its products By focusing on meeting ITU and other global standards Recommendations on Performance, Reliability, Availability Cisco is addressing carrier class requirements

37 37 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Future Commitment Cisco fully committed to open stds interfaces for intercarrier & multi-vendor interoperability Putting optimum resources behind participating in IETF, IEEE, ITU-T and various Forums Helping in driving towards consistency across divergent standards activities Encouraging strong stds focus on products

38 38 © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID Summary SP Next Generation Networks must become a more reliable and deliver Business-class internet Inter-working between SP NGN networks with the PSTN and the Internet are mandatory Interconnections between carriers for IP based services are becoming important New investment, business model environments require rethinking past paradigms Network version of Moores Law mandates clear understanding of NGN and where equipment investments will be made

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