Presentation of TISPAN Activities and Progress FMCA meeting Prague by presmaster


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Presentation of TISPAN
Activities and Progress

        FMCA meeting
    Prague, March 8th 2007.

      Source: David Boswarthick
       TISPAN Technical Officer
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            Table of Contents

TISPAN Overview

TISPAN NGN Release 1

TISPAN NGN Release 2


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TISPAN Overview
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One Vision of FMC

  TISPAN in Here

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TISPAN Structure

       Home Networks

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           New WG5 – Customer Networks
 The Terms of Reference for TISPAN have been enhanced to
  include customer gateway and devices issues, considering layer
  2 and higher layers.

 Regarding the layer 2 issues, TISPAN will have the ownership of
  the layer 2 related to the NGN home devices and networks and
  will closely coordinate with TC AT/TM. AT/TM will keep the
  ownership of layer 1.

 New WG5 established beginning 2007, ToRs available

 Chairman Luca Giacomello TELECOM ITALIA S.p.A.

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        TISPAN meetings and participation
 4 Plenary meetings a year (2 days)

 6-8 technical meetings a year (1 week)

 Systems group responsible for technical coordination

 Typically 170-200 participants per meeting, treating
  upto 500 documents per meeting

 Participants: 50% vendors, 40% Operators, 10% other

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                External Relations (1/3)
 TISPAN considers co-operation with external bodies and
  organisations as essential.
 TISPAN provides and receives input with many other bodies.
 Interest of external bodies in TISPAN is demonstrated by:
    Active delegations from many regions (Europe, China,
      Japan, North and South America, South Africa).
    Per meeting, about 150-200 delegates and over 300-400
 TISPAN has adopted a positive outlook and ethos of enhancing
  and developing co-operation with any interested organisation.
 Development of Global specifications and a global message.

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                  External Relations (2/3)
 TISPAN wishes to strengthen existing close co-operation relationships
  (alphabetical order)
    3GPP
    ATIS
    DECT
    DSL Forum
    DVB
    Ecma International
    FMCA
    HGI
    IETF
    ITU-T
    OMA
    Telemanagement Forum
    TTC

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                  External Relations (3/3)
 In preparation or planned (alphabetical order)
    3GPP2
    Asian operators
    CableLabs
    Mexican operators
    Organisations from South America
    TIA
    ...
 TISPAN Plenary in Brazil (November 2006), plus 2 day workshop.
 Link to TISPAN open area, e.g. published documents and latest drafts
 Link to TISPAN area for ETSI members

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TISPAN NGN Release 1
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         Completion of TISPAN NGN Release 1
 NGN Rel-1 was completed at TISPAN#09 (Dec. 2005)

 Provided the first set of implementable NGN specifications that are now being
  used by industry to build the NGN.

 Main objectives - PSTN Replacement & Multimedia

 Provides the overall architecture for NGN

 Defines the various subsystems and how they interwork:
       3GPP Rel-7 IMS re-use and its relationship to other TISPAN NGN components
       Defines PSTN/ISDN Emulation Subsystem (PES)
       Defines PSTN/ISDN Simulation Services (PSS)
       Network Attachment Subsystem (NASS)
       Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS)

 The list of Rel-1 deliverables can be viewed and downloaded here >>>

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TISPAN NGN Architecture


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                                    Release 1 architecture
                         Functional Entities and Interfaces
                                        Application Server                                                  Rf/Ro
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(Home Network)
User Equipment

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                  ARF                   AMF

                                                  A-MGF          RCEF            C-BGF                       MRPF            T-MGF          I-BGF
                                                                 Transport Layer
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                  Release-1 Challenge
        Maintaining Traditional services over NGN

IP Users

                                               PSTN Users
 PSTN/ISDN Emulation
    "Provide PSTN/ISDN-like service capabilities using session control over IP
     interfaces and infrastructure"
    Emulate a PSTN/ISDN network from the point of view of legacy terminals

 PSTN/ISDN Simulation
    "Provides PSTN/ISDN service capabilities and interfaces using adaptation to
     an IP infrastructure"
    The provision of PSTN/ISDN-like services to advanced terminals (IP-phones)
     or IP-interfaces.
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    Some key TISPAN NGN-R1 specifications
 Stage 1:
    DTS/TISPAN-00003-NGN: NGN Functional requirements

 Stage2:
      DES/TISPAN-02007-NGN-R1:   Overall NGN-R1 architecture
      DES/TISPAN-02019-NGN-R1:   PES architecture
      DES/TISPAN-02020-NGN-R1:   NGN RACS
      DES/TISPAN-02021-NGN-R1:   NGN NASS
      DES/TISPAN-02029-NGN-R1:   NGN IMS Architecture

 Stage 3:
    DTS/TISPAN-03043-NGN-R1: 3GPP 29.162 endorsement
    DTR/TISPAN-03033-NGN-R1: PSTN/ISDN Emulation
    DTS/TISPAN-03044-NGN-R1: PES Stage 3

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TISPAN NGN Release 2
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            Rel-2 Services and Features (1/2)
 TISPAN is progressing the work on R2 concerning the following main
  new work items:
    Requirements analysis for FMC (with such bodies as FMCA).
    Requirements analysis for home networking (in cooperation with
     such bodies as HGI).
    Requirements for network capabilities to support IPTV services (in
     cooperation with e.g. ITU-T FG, ATIS IIF and DVB).
    IPTV Integration of NGN Services and Capabilities using IMS
    Support of Business Services and Enterprise Network inter-working.

 Close and direct co-operation with Ecma International on
    NGN Business services and Enterprise capabilities.
    NGCN – NGCorporateN interconnect requirements.

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          Rel-2 Services and Features (2/2)
 According to the TISPAN enhancements for Rel-2 and beyond;
  new requirements in the NGN Rel-2 definition were raised, on
  requirements analysis for work that needs to be shared with
  other bodies.
    Requirements for originating and terminating party
     multimedia information presentation and restriction.
    Additional Features for Enhanced Communication
     Diversion (these features are still under discussion)
    Service Requirements and Network Capabilities for Rel-2.
    Release 2 Definition.

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     FMC – Fixed Mobile Convergence (1 of 3)
 Stage 1 Work-item (01038) started on requirements collection
 Collection and analysis of 10 use cases relating to FMC
 The Use Cases are only there to derive and analyse
 The objective of the WI is to identify (high level) requirements
 This includes identifying in which SDO's / body's / group's the
  scope that the requirements exist
 TISPAN wishes to co-operate on FMC; i.e. based on a common
  set of requirements and agree an appropriate distribution of

 Also Stage 2 WI under email approval on the subject of TISPAN
  re-use of Voice Call continuity defined in 3GPP TS 23.206

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     FMC – Fixed Mobile Convergence (2 of 3)
 Requirements Analysis for Fixed Mobile Convergence
  DTR/TISPAN-01038-NGN-R2 (TR 181 011)

 Rapporteur was previously Belgacom, now Asan Khan

 Original Work Item supported by Belgacom, BT, Intel, FT,
  Samsung, Telekom S.A and ZTE

 Other contributers: China Telecom, Portugal Telecom, TeliaSonera,
  Telecom Poland and most main vendors

 Planned for publication by June 2007, then work will begin on
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     FMC – Fixed Mobile Convergence (3 of 3)
 Identifies and analyses FMC scenario's in order to derive requirements
  and capabilities to support FMC capabilities (e.g. network attachment,
  roaming, etc.) and the impact of multimedia communication services
  (e.g. telephony, sms, mms, etc.).
  It determines the responsible standards body for each
  requirement/capability and the release in which it is (expected to be)
 The goals are:
  - to identify specific access types, and which organisation is defining
  each of them
  - to determine requirements and capabilities (taking account of
  terminal requirements) and to analyse these to determine which are:
     - within the scope of ETSI TISPAN
      - being progressed in other standards bodies
     - a priority for TISPAN NGN Release2
      - included in the next release of 3GPP

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           Synchronisation with 3GPP (1 of 2)
 Alignment of the timescales and dependencies of TISPAN Rel-1
  with the work in 3GPP Release 7.
    TISPAN NGN Rel-1 completed Dec 2005
    TISPAN NGN Rel-1 corrections up until May 2007
    3GPP Rel-7 completion planned March 2007

 Alignment of the timescales of TISPAN Rel-2 with the ongoing
  work in 3GPP Release 8.
      TISPAN NGN Rel-2 definition completed Feb 2007
      TISPAN NGN Rel-2 planned for completion end 2007
      3GPP will freeze Rel-8 requirements by end 2007
      3GPP Rel-8 will be completed 12-18 months later (not yet known)

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         Synchronisation with 3GPP (2 of 2)
 Ongoing discussions between ETSI 3GPP, CableLabs and other
  SDOs on how to achieve a single set of requirements for IMS.

 Objective: Single core solution based on:
    IMS Core signalling technology
    Multiple access technologies in cooperation with 3GPP
       • ADSL,
       • WLAN via xSDL
       • 3GPP CAN (GPRS, WLAN via GPRS, etc..).

 Discussions underway in 3GPP on how to best develop an
  access independent common IMS
 An enhanced 3GPP structure is expected to be in place by the
  end of 2007
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TISPAN is actively standardizing NGN Rel-2
TISPAN is working with several external
 bodies to ensure a global solution
FMCA requirements are being considered in
 NGN Rel-2

Now is the time to influence the content of the
 second release of NGN

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                     Links to TISPAN
Link to TISPAN:

Or using the ETSI Portal:
 Link to TISPAN open area, e.g. published documents and latest
 Link to TISPAN area for ETSI members

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 SMS/MMS         Computing
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SERVICES &           IP
 J2ME
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