Presentation on theme: "Summary of Results Study Period 2009-2012 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks including mobile and NGN Chaesub LEE."— Presentation transcript:
Summary of Results Study Period ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks including mobile and NGN Chaesub LEE
International Telecommunication Union 2 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Contents Terms of reference Highlights of achievements / Projects / FGs Future work Conclusions Supplemental slides
International Telecommunication Union 3 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Terms of Reference Lead study group for Future Networks and NGN Lead study group on Mobility Management and Fixed-Mobile Convergence Lead study group on Cloud Computing (TSAG: ) SG13 was NGN group Lead study group for NGN and Satellite SG13 covers Future networks including mobile and NGN WTSA 2008 WTSA 2004 Key Functions: Requirements, architecture, evolution and convergence of future networks
International Telecommunication Union 4 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Highlights of achievements NGN developments Continue collaboration on IMT Developments on IPTV Open gates for Future Networks Activate Cloud Computing Initiate IoT (Internet of Things) Others Areas of achievements Examined 2,588 Cs (1477 for SG13, 1111 for NGN-GSI) Produced 87 new & revised Recommendations 1 Recommendation is currently in TAP Produced 13 Supplements and 2 Handbooks
International Telecommunication Union 5 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Highlights of achievements NGN Developments Develop New Functions: Content Delivery Func Mobility Mngt & Ctl Func IdM Function End-User Function Service Provider Open Service: OSE & SIDE Based on existing architecture developed since 2004 including FG- NGN
International Telecommunication Union 6 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Highlights of achievements NGN Developments (Continue) Add new service features: IPv6 based NGN ID/Loc separation DSN and Multi-connection USN and Networked Vehicle Web of Objects and Object-Object Emergency Telecom. Services VPN and Multicast QoS enabled VoIP Mobile Remote Financial Transac. Accounting and Charging NGN Security and Others Going to completion phase Finished NGN-GSI & JCA (agreed TSAG at )
International Telecommunication Union 7 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Highlights of achievements Continue collaboration on IMT 2000 Producing 4 Recommendations: Q.1700 series Continue collaboration with 3GPP/3GPP2 Close collaboration with relevant SDOs Developments on IPTV: Y.1900 series Terms and definitions IPTV Requirements and Architecture Multicast based contents delivery IPTV service and normadism Collaboration with relevant Study Groups and SDOs through IPTV-GSI and JCA (handed over IPTV-JCA to SG16: agreed at TSAG )
International Telecommunication Union 8 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Highlights of achievements Open gates for Future Networks: Y.3000 series 4 Objectives and 12 Design Goals Network Virtualization Energy Saving Identification 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 Activated with FG-FN (2009~2010) Collaboration with FN communities (GENI, FP) Continue collaboration
International Telecommunication Union 9 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Highlights of achievements Activate Cloud Computing Triggered by FG-Cloud Computing New Lead Study Group role 3 New Questions forming new dedicated WP6 Initiate collaboration team with JTC1 SC38 WG3 Since creation of 3 Qs at , 3 times of meetings (4, 6, and ) Establish JCA-CC & platform for collaboration with SGs and other SDOs (develop roadmap) Initiate IoT 2 New Recs on IoT and 1 Rec on Web-Things Actively participate IoT-GSI and JCA Related subjects: Object-Object, Machine-Comm.
International Telecommunication Union 10 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Highlights of achievements Activities on GSIs and JCAs Lead NGN-GSI and JCA since 2006 Lead IPTV-GSI and JCA during this study period Lead JCA-Cloud Computing Active participation on: IdM-GSI and JCA, IoT- GSI and JCA, JCA-SG&HN Collaboration with other relevant JCAs Focus Group on Future Networks Set up by SG13 at 2009 (until ) Developed 6 Output documents contributing for SG13 study on FNs Collaboration with FN communities and mobilize ITU-T
International Telecommunication Union 11 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Future Work (I) Key subject study areas: – FNs(inc. SUN), CC, Mobile, IoT, Content distribution/Ad-hoc networks and NGN-e – 19 Qs proposed for requirements, functional architectures, capabilities and mechanisms Expand & expedite of future networks study – Continue study on candidate technologies – Activate study on SDN collaborating with SDOs – Distributed networking related study will continue based on DSN developments – Smart Ubiquitous Networks as a short term realization of FN will continue
International Telecommunication Union 12 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Future Work (II) Expedite Cloud Computing developments – Expedite developments of Recommendations – Extend the scope and coverage: e.g., XaaS – Strengthen collaboration with SDOs (JCA & Collaborative Teams) Activate IoT related Study – Identify network capabilities and functions to support IoT – Harmonization with relevant subjects such as M2M and MoC – Collaboration with relevant SGs in ITU-T and other SDOs
International Telecommunication Union 13 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Conclusion (I) The 2009–2012 study period has been successful period for the completion of NGN global standards which have been developed since 2004 And this period has been an important period investigate and successful launch for the new study on future of networks and Cloud Computing Study Group 13 has played an important part in this success and believes that the work programme covered by the proposed new and revised questions will enable the ITU-T to continue provide the lead on network studies including FNs, Cloud Computing, mobile and IoT
International Telecommunication Union 14 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Conclusion (II) For the next several years, network study would be diverged to research many various ways for better efficiency, effectiveness and flexibility not only for services but also provision & operations Study Group 13 has pioneered investigate new technologies and incorporate them into new networks in terms of functional requirements, architectures and mechanisms Collaboration with other SDOs who have worked with the ITU-T in the development of networks standards should be strengthened for the next study period
International Telecommunication Union 15 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Supplemental Slides Management team Structure Statistics Others (if any)…
International Telecommunication Union 16 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Management Team Chair(s)Chaesub Lee(Korea, Rep. of) Vice-Chairs:Simon Bugaba(Uganda) Marco Carugi(UK) Olivier Le Grand(France) Maurice Habib Ghazal(Lebanon) Leo Lehmann(Switzerland) Huilan Lu(USA) Naotaka Morita(Japan) Mohammed Al Ramsi(UAE) Konstantin Trofimov(Russia) Heyuan Xu (Succeed Duo Liu)(China) Haitham Chedyak(Syria) Davoud D. Gordeh(Iran) TSBTatiana Kurakova Gabrielle Regan
International Telecommunication Union 17 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Study Group Structure WPTitleQuestions Chair Vice Chair 1 Coordination, planning and global outreach of NGN including mobile 10, 15, 25 Leo Lehman / Asok Chatterjee Simon Bugaba / Davoud D. Gorgeh 2 Service requirements, scenarios and evolution aspects 3, 12, 24 Liu Duo / Marco Carugi Konstantin Trofimov 3 Frameworks and functional architectures 5, 9, 22 Olivier Le Grand Mohammed Al Ramsi 4QoS and security4, 16, 17 Hui Lan Lu Haitham Chedyak 5Future networks7, 19, 20, 21 Naotaka Morita Maurice Ghazal 6Cloud Computing26, 27, 28Jamil Chawki
International Telecommunication Union 18 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Statistics (I) 137 Rapporteurs meetings held 2543 contributions received 10 SG meetings held Max/Min/Average SG participants: 205/179/143 7 WP meetings held
International Telecommunication Union 19 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Statistics (II) 87 New/Revised Recommendations 1 Recommendation is currently in TAP 21 Questions assigned by WTSA-04 6 New or revised Questions during study period 19 Questions proposed for next period
International Telecommunication Union 20 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Workshops (I) Joint ITU-T SG13 - IEEE NGSON Workshop on Overlay Networking, 15 May 2009, Geneva, Switzerland Seminar on ITU-T hot topics for Standardization, 2 September 2009, Mar Del Plata, Argentina (hosted by Ministerio de Planificación Federal Inversión Pública y Servicios, Argentina) Service Delivery Platforms (SDP) for Telecommunication Ecosystems: from todays realities to requirements and challenges of the future, 17 October 2011, Geneva, Switzerland
International Telecommunication Union 21 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Workshops (II) Developments regarding telecommunication network architectures and services, 2 April 2012, Kampala, Uganda (hosted by Uganda Communications Commission) Joint ITU-T SG 13 and ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 6 workshop on Future Networks standardization, 11 June 2012, Geneva, Switzerland
International Telecommunication Union 22 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Acknowledgements Leading Study Group 13 over the past four years has been a stimulating for completion of NGN and challenging for several new subjects such as FNs including SUN, Cloud Computing and IoT. I would especially like to thank the Working Party chairmen for their faithful leadership and very dedicated support including VCs to the Study Group 13 management team and the TSB staff, particularly Tatiana Kurakova and Gabrielle Regan for their guidance and tremendous support behind the scenes. I would like to thank all the rapporteurs, associate rapporteurs and editors who had served in these very important roles during the study period. Id like to thank all the participants for their valuable contributions which are essential for the activity. Finally Id like to thank other SDOs for their excellent collaboration for NGN and IPTV developments.
International Telecommunication Union 23 ITU-T Study Group 13 Future networks Thank you! Chaesub LEE Chae Sub LEE has been working in the telecoms standardisation field for over 25 years. He has been involved in ITU-T standards development for the ISDN, GII, IP-based networks, NGN, IPTV, USN, Cloud Computing and FNs. He was mainly involved in ITU-T Study Group 13 as a rapporteur and working party chairman on Architecture and Interworking areas since He served ITU-T activity as a vice-chairman of SG13 from 2001 till He shared his role as a Chairman of NGN Focus Group and as a Vice-Chairman of IPTV Focus Group. He has been a Chairman of ITU-T for the study period 2009~ 2012.