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1 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 Regional Workshop on Assistance to the Arab Region for the implementation of Next Generation Networks (NGN) NGN Migration Strategy and Scenarios Cairo (Egypt), 15-16 December 2009 Oscar González Soto ITU Consultant Expert Spain oscar.gonzalez-soto@ties.itu.int

2 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 2 Agenda Technology migration issues Migration strategies per network segment Main steps for IMS and NGSS

3 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 3 NGN Migration Strategy Issues for migration planning Where to start migration? Which topologies and connectivity are required? How network segments change in access, local and core? Which level of protection to assure? Where to locate new functionalities? How to ensure service continuity? Others …..

4 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 4 NGN Migration Strategy Modeling issues for NGN design New models needed to represent multiservice flows New dimensioning methods for resources handling multimedia services with QoS New measurement procedures for aggregated multi- service traffics New procedures to ensure interoperability and end-to- end performance across multiple domains Redefinition of network segments at the new structure and for QoS quota assignment New units to define dimensioning and costing for interconnection

5 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 5 Network segments: Historical reference configurations LD circuit Trans Transmission circuit AN Voice PSTN LE Customers CPE voice CPE data Transmission data LD data trans Data BRAS AN Aggreg DSLAM PSTN TE DATA TR PSTN Transit DATA Transit Metro/Regional Circuit Trans Metro/Regional data trans CPE to Transit network Access network Local networkMetro/Regional network Transit network - Double network in circuit and packet modes - Frequently with separated physical media, transmission and energy

6 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 6 Network segments: Target full NGN reference configurations - Integrated network at all layers NGN based on IPv6 network with carrier grade QoS Core NGN net Transmission edge IP Integrated AN NGN Edge Router Customers Multiple play Application servers equipment IP Multiservice CPE Access Transmi ssion LD integrated Trans Edge/Metro/Aggregation network Core network NGN Customer to Transit network Access networkHome networking Sense for IP mode deployment in NGN

7 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 7 Network segments: Migration from historical to target NGN LD circuit Trans Transmission circuit AN Voice PSTN LE Customers CPE voice CPE data Transmission data LD data trans Data BRAS AN Aggreg DSLAM PSTN TE DATA TR PSTN Transit DATA Transit Metro/Regional Circuit Trans Metro/Regional data trans CPE to Transit network Access network Local networkMetro/Regional network Transit network Core NGN net Transmission edge IP Integrated AN NGN Edge Router Customers Multiple play Application servers equipment IP Multiservice CPE Access Transmission LD integrated Trans Edge/Metro/Aggregation network Core network NGN Customer to Transit network Access network Home networking

8 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 8 Agenda Technology migration issues Migration strategies per network segment Main steps for IMS and NGSS

9 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 9 Architecture migration: Topology What changes from current scenario towards target network ? Other Networks DLC Control Transport/Media Distributed Switching DSL Wireless gateway Softswitch OSS Services Packet Network IP/MPLS/CAC Access gateway Trunk gateway SCP TD M POT S ISDN RSU LEX/TE X LEX PCM Data ATM/IP MUX/DSLA M NMC SS7 HDSL/XDSL NAS Mo b IN

10 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 10 NGN: Topology migration strategies Migration in Overlay : At transit and international levels At local level At access level Migration in Island (substitution/extension) At transit and international levels At local level At access level Hybrid migration: Overlay and Island combination: By network levels By geographical regions By obsolescence level Network topology change is more difficult and needs more time that just system substitution

11 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 11 Structure Simplification Network Architecture towards NGN Architecture Consolidation: Topology TRANSIT NETWORK NATIONAL LAYER REGIONAL LAYER RU LAYER LEX LAYER Single-layered TRANSIT NETWORK Single-layered TRANSIT NETWORK NATIONAL/REGIONAL LAYER NATIONAL/REGIONAL LAYER RU LAYER LEX/GW LAYER

12 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 12 Local Exchanges Remote Units LEX Layer Trunking gateway in each regional site Packet mode network IP links short distance Regional Level Softwitches /MGCs in few sites Topology reconfiguration for Core

13 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 13 Local Exchanges Remote Units LEX Layer Trunking gateway in each local site Packet mode network IP links Long distance Regional layer Softswitches/MGCs located in few sites Topology reconfiguration for Core

14 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 14 Core: migration strategy Dominated by high capacity and protection level Overlay deployment for full coverage in all regions Quick deployment needed for homogeneous end to end connections (2 to 3 years) Strong requirements for high quality, protection and survivability Importance of the optimization for location and interconnection

15 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 15 Access gateway LEX Layer Packet mode network Trunking gateway IP links Exchange A subscriber Growth Trunking gateway Exchange A Access gateway TEX Layer Softwitches/ MGCs located in few sites Local/Edge level migration: grow with NGN

16 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 16 Obsolete TDM LEXs Packet mode network Access gateway Access equipment Rest of the TDM network Trunk gateways Access gateways IP links Softswitches/MGCs Local/Edge level migration: substitute with NGN

17 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 17 Vision by the Metro Ethernet Forum for LAN to LAN network: Metro-Ethernet Customers Ethernet LAN Telco Central Office Traditional Telco Network CSU/DSCs Routers Copper Serial Input Copper Local Loop ATMMUX Sonet ADM Voice-oriented connectivity CSU/DSCs Routers Copper Serial Input ATM MUX Sonet ADM Copper Local Loop Customers Ethernet LAN Optical IP Network Managed Switch located in building telco closet Optical Gigabit Ethernet throughput Managed Switch GB WAN Router Long Haul Fiber Metro Fiber Ring Customers Ethernet LAN

18 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 18 Local/Edge network migration Dominated by functions migration investment and interoperability Move from joint switching and control to separated control and media GW Introduce Multimedia Services at all areas Optimize number, location of nodes and interfaces among existing and new network Requires longer time and higher investments due to variety of geo- scenarios and geographical distribution

19 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 19 Access Network Migration: Physical network today Structure of the OSP Access Network in most scenarios

20 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 20 Access Network Migration: Physical network evolution Typical trend for Access Network infrastructure evolution Core/Local Primary OSP networkDistribution OSP network SDF AN branching cables drop line Optical Interface............ NTBA LEX/GW LEX Local Exchange GW Gateway MDFMain Distribution Frame ANAccess Node SDFSubscriber Distribution Frame FO Fiber Optic AN drop line.... FO

21 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 21 Network Architecture towards NGN Architecture Consolidation: Access Access dominated by physical infrastructure cost and deployment time: first to start and later to finish Quick deployment of DSL and Multimedia Services FO closer to customer when implementing new outside plant or renovating existing one New Wireless technologies for low density customer scenarios Shorter LL length than classical network to be prepared for high bandwidth Multimedia services

22 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 22 Where to start and how to co-ordinate migration sequence? Network consolidation for topology Cost Optimisation of the network - Reducing nodes and increase their capacity - Deployment of ADSL and multiservice access Network expansion NGN solution : - Cap and Grow; this means keeping the existing PSTN network as it is, and grow demand with NGN equipment Network replacement Replacement of out-phased (end of life) TDM equipment - gradual replacement : this means coexistence of the two technologies - full accelerated replacement with a short transition period Need to optimize overall network evolution: technically and economically Topology migration: combined segments

23 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 23 Overall Network Structure Architecture at transition stage

24 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 24 Agenda Technology migration issues Migration strategies per network segment Main steps for IMS and NGSS

25 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 25 Network Architecture towards NGN: IMS Architecture

26 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 26 - First advantage is the higher flexibility of the IMS functionality to adapt to the customer services, irrespective of the technology they use and the access method to reach the network. - Saving in effort and time for the development and deployment of a new service is considerably reduced once the architecture is ready at the network, implying economic savings and better Time to Market for a given service provider in a competitive market. - Efficient introduction on new services at a lower cost will increase the service provider revenues and ARPU which is the major business driver for the healthy operation, market grow and financial results. - Higher utilization of services and better personalization of functions to specific requirements from the end customers point of view, a common use and feel for all services and applications Network Architecture towards NGN: IMS Benefits

27 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 27 Evolution to IMS: Phases Convergence to NGN infrastructure Current Service functionality Partial IMS functionality and/or coverage Full IMS coverage Full HSS, P2P video, Service broker, Service blending, RACF, ICD, etc. Convergence to IMS services PSTN NGN IP core End to End NGN PSTN Architecture Pre - IMS PSTN emulation/simulation Full IMS SIP Services Open Service Architecture, Basic HSS, VoIP, LBS, PBS, IM, PtS, etc.

28 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 28 Evolution to converged OSS/BSS: Classical requirements - Inventory management, - Network engineering, - Order management, - Network elements supervision, - Application monitoring, - Traffic measurement and post processing, - Capacity augmentation, - Routing planning, - Trouble ticketing, - Repair management, - Workforce management, - Service activation, - Service creation, - Customer Relations Management (CRM), - Rating, - Billing, - Invoicing, - Performance supervision, - Accounting management, - Pricing agreements, - SLA management - Support to Marketing & Sales, etc Typical functions for the OSS and BSS imply a vast set of activities in current networks like:

29 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 29 Evolution to converged OSS/BSS: New requirements - In addition to conventional typical functions, new requirements and higher relevance for existing tasks are needed in the NGN IP mode technology as follows: - Managing support to multimedia services with voice, data, video and multiple play - Security policy management, - Content management, - Managing inter-domain operational activities - Managing functionalities for the coexistence of legacy and new technologies - Implementing new business procedures associated to bundled offers - Manage multimedia/multiparty charging application - Service Level Agreements (SLA) management, - Service creation and upgrading management, - Focus on common processes to all support functions and technologies

30 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 30 Evolution to converged OSS/BSS: Phases Separated OSS, BSS and Platforms Integrated OSS/BSS in Common Platform BSS PSTN DATA MOBILE OSS Application 1 OSS Application 2 OSS Application n BSS/OSS PSTN DATA MOBILE OSS Applications OSS Middleware Integrated IT Platform Migration from legacy support systems in vertical piles towards integrated OSS/BSS in an IT platform per network type

31 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 31 Evolution to converged OSS/BSS: Phases Integrated OSS/BSS in Common Platform Full Integrated NGSS platform interworking with IMS BSS/OSS PSTN/DATA MOBILE OSS Applications OSS Middleware Integrated IT Platform NGSS based on (SOA) BSS/OSS Applications Transport Stratum Service Stratum Third Party Applications Transport Functions Transport Control Functions Service Control Functions IMS Applic. Support Functions IMS Architecture Migration from IT platforms per network type towards New Generation OSS/BSS for an NGN multiservice network with IMS functionality

32 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 32 Matching evolution to NGN, IMS and NGSS Convergence to NGN infrastructure Separated OSS and BSS platforms for PSTN, Mobile,& Data OSS/BSS Integration for PSTN and Data Full Integrated platform Fixed + Mobile & federated with IMS Convergence to Integrated OSS/BSS PSTN NGN IP core End to End NGN PSTN Architecture Pre - IMS Coexistence for PSTN and NGN Full IMS SIP Services - Open Service Architecture - Integration of OSS and BSS functionalities - NGSS based on SOA Incorporation of new operations for IMS new services

33 International Telecommunication Union Migration towards NGN - OGS Cairo (Egypt), December 2009 33 NGN Migration Strategy: Conclusions Network Topology migration is the base for architecture modernization and requires an overall re-design Different timings apply to 5 network areas: Access, Core, Local/Edge, Services and OSS/BSS Per country coordination is required for Migration at each area


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