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Version 1. 0, 7 Jan 2005 (TIA edits to this version) NGN Overview Tony Version 1. 0, 7 Jan 2005 (TIA edits to this version) NGN Overview Tony Rutkowski WITH TIA EDITS

NGN Product Ecosystem Identified Services * + + + Interactive-based Services ▪ ▪ ▪ NGN Product Ecosystem Identified Services * + + + Interactive-based Services ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ Real-time Conversational Voice services Point to Point interactive multimedia services Collaborative interactive communication services Push to talk over Cellular (Po. C) Push to talk over NGN (Po. N) Instant messaging (IM) Existing PSTN/ISDN services, emulation, simulation Group Messaging Data communication services, ftp, www, fax Data retrieval applications, such as tele-software Online applications Speech-enabled services Messaging services such as SMS, MMS, etc Non Interactive-based Services ▪ ▪ ▪ Content delivery services Sensor Network services (RFID, etc) Push services Remote control/tele-action services. Broadcast/Multicast Services Over-the-Network Device Management Both Interactive-based and Non Interactive-based Services ▪ ▪ ▪ Virtual Private Network (VPN) services Hosted and transit services for enterprises (IP Centrex) Information services, such as cinema ticket information, motorway traffic status, advanced push services, etc. [ Presence and general notification services 3 GPP Release 6 and 3 GPP 2 Release A OSA-based services + Network Services (e. g. , Provisioning, Maintenance) + Regulated Services ▪ ▪ ▪ Basic Transport Service (BTS) Enhanced Transport Service (ETS) Emergency Telecommunication Services (ETS) Lawful Intercept Services Broadcast Emergency Alerting Services * From ITU-T current NGN Framework specification Release 1 Capability Set * + + + + + Mobility, Mobility between access networks + + Messaging (IM, SMS, MMS, email) + + + Policy Control + + Application Service Interworking Identification Authorization Location Presence Group Management Session Handling (Session Control) Service Subscription (Registration) Management User and Terminal Profile Management (Authentication, Authorization, Service Subscription, Mobility, Location, Charging etc. ) Push (IP multimedia services, MMS, and new services including public safety, government, corporate Information Technology etc. ) Charging Emergency Communication Lawful intercept (LI) Management Service Independence - service capabilities (enhanced to control IP multimedia applications) Services Coordination

Based on Version 0. 6, 6 Jan 2005 NGN Standards Ecosystem GSC Global NGN Based on Version 0. 6, 6 Jan 2005 NGN Standards Ecosystem GSC Global NGN Framework GSC 9 IETF ITU-T chair [many] WTSA SG 13 Cable. Labs SG 04 NGNMFG NGN Focus Group TIA 3 GPP 2 OP TR-45. 6 TR-8. 8 TR-30 TC NGN Focus Group TR-34 TR-41 SG 19 3 GPP 2 SG 02 SG 17 TR-45 SG 03 TR-45. 2 TSG-X TSG-S TSG-A FO-4 TSG-C 3 GPP MESA TR-42 SA 2 JWG ATIS NGN Framework T 1 P 1 ETSI NGN OSS NGN Focus Group PTSC (T 1 S 1) WAE FG MWS FG STF NGN Vo. IP FG TMOC (T 1 M 1) OPTXS (T 1 X 1) Parlay CCUI PM CBC ECMA WG 8 WG 7 WG 1 WG 6 WG 2 WG 3 WG 5 AT-D WG 4 LI [email protected] Tony Rutkowski, [email protected] com / TIA contact: [email protected] org PAM TISPAN DSL Forum OASIS

ITU-T SG 13 (NGN coordination) and Focus Group Detail NGN Focus Group WG 1 ITU-T SG 13 (NGN coordination) and Focus Group Detail NGN Focus Group WG 1 SR (Service Requirements) Group WG 2 FAM (Functional Architecture and Mobility) Group WG 3 Qo. S Group WG 4 CSC (Control and Signalling Capability) Group WG 5 Se. C (Security Capability) Group SG 13 Plenary WG 6 Evo (Evolution) Group WG 7 FPBN (Future Packet-based Bearer Network) Group WP 1 Q 11 Q 13 WP 2 WP 3 WP 4 Project management and coordination Helmut Schink (Siemens, Germany) Functional architecture and mobility Chae-Sub Lee (KT Corp, Korea) Service requirements and scenarios Naotaka Morita (NTT Labs, Japan) Qo. S and OAM Neal Seitz (DOC, USA) Project coordination and release planning for NGN General network terminology Public data networks Q 3 Q 6 Q 9 Q 10 Principles and functional architecture for NGN) NGN mobility and fixedmobile convergence Impact of IPV 6 to an NGN (including also security matters) Interoperability of satellite with terrestrial and NGNs Q 2 Requirements & implementation scenarios for emerging services Q 7 Network and service interworking in NGN environment Q 8 Service scenarios & deployment models of NGN Q 12 Frame Relay Q 14 Protocols and service mechanisms for Multiservice Data Networks Q 4 Q 5 Requirements and framework for Qo. S for NGN OAM and network management for NGN

NGN Industry Ecosystem (ITU-T, ATIS, TIA only +TIA trade shows) + + Vendors and NGN Industry Ecosystem (ITU-T, ATIS, TIA only +TIA trade shows) + + Vendors and Third Party Providers ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ Acterna (d) ADC wireline (d) Agilent (d) Alcatel (i, d) Ciena (d) Cisco (i, d) Corning (i, d) Ericsson (i, d) Harris (d) Intrado (d) IBM Juniper (i, d) Leapstone (d) Lucent (i, d) Marconi (i) Motorola Nortel (i, d) NTT Pirelli Cable Qualcomm Siemens (i, d) Telcordia (i, d) Veri. Sign (i, d) Carriers ▪ ▪ ▪ Cingular/AT&T (i, d) Bell. South (d) BT (i, d) Centurytel (d) France Telecom Net. com (d) NTT (i) Qwest (d) SBC (i, d) Sprint/Nextel (i, d) T-mobile (i, d) Verizon Wireless (i, d) + Industry Organizations ▪ + Trade Shows ▪ ▪ ▪ + NGN 2004 SUPERCOMM® 2005 GLOBALCOMM™ 2006 Telestrategies NGN Eurescom Summit 2005 Institutes ▪ + Open Communications Architecture Forum (OCAF) GMD FOKUS Countries ▪ ▪ China (incl. China mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom) (i) Korea (i) plus vendors Key: i = international activity d = U. S. activity underline = leadership positions

NGN Legal-Regulatory Ecosystem ITU WTO Cybercrime Treaty G 8 Justice WCIT PP 2006 ITS NGN Legal-Regulatory Ecosystem ITU WTO Cybercrime Treaty G 8 Justice WCIT PP 2006 ITS EG EC USA FCC EOP/ NSTAC DHS/NCS Other countries APT/ASTAP NGNNM CITEL

Reference materials + ITU-T (International Telecommunication Union – Telecom Standards Sector) ▪ Documents – Reference materials + ITU-T (International Telecommunication Union – Telecom Standards Sector) ▪ Documents – – – ▪ Recommendations – – – + ▪ Standards DTR/TISPAN-01023 -NGN on Services capabilities, requirements and strategic direction for NGN services, DTR/TISPAN-01024 -NGN on NGN generic capabilities ATIS (US Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions) ▪ Documents – + Y. 110, Global Information Infrastructure principles and framework architecture: Y. 2011, General principles and general reference model for next generation networks: Y. 2001, General overview of NGN: FGNGN-FRA, Functional Requirements and Architecture of the NGN, draft version 3: FGNGN-CMIP, Draft Framework for Customer Manageable IP Network: ETSI (European Telecommunication Standards Institute) – – + Liaison to NGN Management Focus Group (FGNGN-OD-00069 R 1) NGN Release 1 Scope working document. (FGNGN-OD-00070) Release 1 Services and Capabilities working document (FGNGN-OD-00067) FGNGN Work Program (FGNGN-OD-00062 R 1) FGNGN Functional Requirements Architecture working document (FGNGN-OD-00065 Co-ordination of FG-NGN work with SG 4/FG NGN Management (FGNGN-OD-00064 R 1) ATIS Next Generation Network (NGN) Framework, Part I: NGN Definitions, Requirements, and Architecture, Draft 2. 10, November 2004 TIA (Telecommunications Industry Association) ▪ Standards – TIA standards considered NGN-related involve Internet Protocol and packet-enabling technology (i. e. , Vo. IP terminals and gateways), fixed and mobile convergence, and security. Other NGN-related issues are increasingly being addressed in TIA involve high-speed access, interworking, terminal or infrastructure and cable standards that facilitate IP services and related wideband/broadband deployment.