Presentation on theme: "Fostering worldwide interoperabilityGeneva, 13-16 July 2009 Home Networking in ITU-T Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14 DOCUMENT #:GSC14-GTSC-022."— Presentation transcript:
Fostering worldwide interoperabilityGeneva, July 2009 Home Networking in ITU-T Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14 DOCUMENT #:GSC14-GTSC-022 FOR:Presentation SOURCE:ITU-T AGENDA ITEM:GTSC 4.3 CONTACT(S):Andrew Nunn, Convener ITU-T JCA-HN Andrew Nunn Convener ITU-T JCA-HN Former Chairman WP1/SG15 Liaison Rapporteur to JTC1/SC25 in SG15
Fostering worldwide interoperability 2 Geneva, July 2009 TSAG, at its April 2009 meeting, endorsed the continuation of the JCA-HN under revised terms of reference. SGs 5 (EMC), 9 (Cable TV), 12 (Performance), 13 (NGN HN), 15 (Architecture & Transceivers), 16 (Home Terminals), and 17 (Security aspects) are involved in Home Networking studies with work currently underway on a total of 10 Home Networking related Recommendations. Highlights of Current Activities (1)
Fostering worldwide interoperability 3 Geneva, July 2009 In terms of co-operation with other bodies, the SG15 work on draft new Recommendations G.9960 (ex G.hn) - Next generation home networking transceivers and G.cx – Co-existence of Home Networking implementations is particularly important. Careful co- ordination with other bodies is required to ensure co-existence with other systems. Highlights of Current Activities (2)
Fostering worldwide interoperability 4 Geneva, July 2009 ITU-T continues to develop a number of Recommendations in the Home Networking area. The JCA-HN continues to encourage co- operation with other Home Networking bodies. Strategic Direction
Fostering worldwide interoperability 5 Geneva, July 2009 With the ever growing number of computers, audio/video devices and home automation products etc. deployed in the home environment, Home Networking is becoming increasingly important. The main challenge continues to be how to bring together the many standards bodies working on Home Networking in order to develop global standards in this area which would bring benefits to manufacturers, Network Operators and consumers alike. Network Provider: Responsibility ends at UNI. Customer: Expects QoS at service end point (STB) -> Gap between formal responsibility and customers expectation. Challenges
Fostering worldwide interoperability 6 Geneva, July 2009 Home Networking is becoming ever more important and will play a vital role in applications to reduce home energy consumption (e.g. smart metering) and hence help in the fight against climate change, but at the same time there is a proliferation of solutions. There must be an increased effort to encourage Home Networking standardization bodies to work together to bring about global solutions. Next Steps/Actions
Fostering worldwide interoperability 7 Geneva, July 2009 Supplementary Slides
Fostering worldwide interoperability 8 Geneva, July 2009 Home Networking related Recommendations under development within ITU-T Study Groups (1) Study Group QuestionRecommendation 58/5Draft revised Recommendation K.74 – "EMC, resistibility, safety requirements for home network devices. Draft new Recommendation K.henv – Conducted and Radiated electromagnetic environment in home networking. Draft new Recommendation K.im_bb – Immunity to broadband disturbances for Home Network devices.
Fostering worldwide interoperability 9 Geneva, July 2009 Home Networking related Recommendations under development within ITU-T Study Groups (2) Study Group QuestionRecommendation 95/9Draft new Recommendation J.rg-req - A Residential Gateway Requirement to support interactive services for Hybrid Terminal Device. 1217/12Draft new Recommendation Y.154HN – Performance Parameters for Home Networks".
Fostering worldwide interoperability 10 Geneva, July 2009 Home Networking related Recommendations under development within ITU-T Study Groups (3) Study Group QuestionRecommendation 151/15 4/15 Draft new Recommendation G.hn - G.hntreq –Requirements of transport functions in IP home network. Draft new Recommendation G.9960 (ex G.hn) - Next generation home networking transceivers. Draft new Recommendation G.cx – Co- existence of home networking implementations.
Fostering worldwide interoperability 11 Geneva, July 2009 Home Networking related Recommendations under development within ITU-T Study Groups (4) Study Group QuestionRecommendation 1621/16Draft new Recommendation H.IPTV-NGN-HN – NGN based Home Networks supporting IPTV services capabilities. Draft new Recommendation H.IPTV-RM – Architecture and functional requirements for remote management of home networks supporting IPTV services.
Fostering worldwide interoperability 12 Geneva, July 2009 External Home Networking bodies that have agreed to co-operate with ITU-T (1) Body ISO/IEC JTC1 IEC TCs as appropriate ETSI ATTM HN – SG15 ETSI TISPAN ATIS HNFG – SG15 IEEE P1901 Working Group – SG15 CE-Powerline Communication Alliance (CEPCA) Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) DSL Home (Broadband Forum)
Fostering worldwide interoperability 13 Geneva, July 2009 External Home Networking bodies that have agreed to co-operate with ITU-T (2) Body DSL Home (Broadband Forum) Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) Home Gateway Initiative (HGI) HomePNA Open PLC European Research Alliance (OPERA) Universal Powerline Association (UPA) – SG15 UPnP