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Next Generation Network

NGN Implementation

Jatiluhur 5-6 Oktober 2010


Convergence Enabling Quad-Play in All-IP Era
The telecom industry is facing unprecedented change. Technologies related
to mobile communications, the Internet, and fixed-line communications are
being comprehensively integrated into all-IP networks. At the same time, a
high-quality broadband infrastructure is emerging to meet burgeoning
consumer demand for high-bandwidth applications, such as e-learning, tele-
healthcare, online security monitoring, high-definition (HD) audio/video
streaming and networked transportation. These value-added services will
gradually come into widespread use in our everyday lives. The revenues
from value-added telecommunications services will help pay for building
next-generation networks. Japan is a role model for bringing out innovative
value-added services related to mobile communications. In Tokyo, for
example, we see people using mobile phone to pay for tickets, to shop and
to watch TV. Japan, which plans to move towards 4G within the next five
years, is deploying fiber-optic broadband networks. Japan has also been an
early adopter of triple-play models. With triple play, a single provider
delivers TV, broadband Internet and voice telephony as a package service.
With broadband network penetration now regarded by many as a measure
of quality of life, many countries and cities have started to deploy broadband
networks.
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Innovative Business Models in NGN Era
The key in providing high-quality digital content and services is first to
develop next-generation networks (NGNs). From a technical perspective,
LTE and WiMAX represent wireless NGN. Meanwhile, optical fiber and
power line communications technology are the backbone of wired NGNs.
Taiwan, where the Wi-Fi network coverage ratio ranks first in the world, has
started to issue WiMAX licenses. In addition, mobile Internet and wireless
broadband are driving smart phone, netbook and MID market demand. HD
video streaming will continue to improve with advanced in no-new-wire
home networking technologies, such as wireless video networks and power
line networks. Meanwhile, transmission applications will eventually become
the standard of next-generation home networks. In Taiwan, optical fiber
networks now cover almost the whole island. The next step will be the
development of IPTV. With all communications fully integrated with the
Internet, new business models will emerge to make use of networked
consumer electronics, such as iTelevision.

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What is NGN?
(From Common mans point of view)
Next Generation Services Converged (quad-play, voice, data,
video, mobile)
Next Generation Access High speed (Broadband) IP based
connectivity (ADSL,VDSL, Wi-Max, Cable TV, FTTH.
Next Generation Transport Ethernet, IP-MPLS
Next Generation Architecture Service oriented, layered
(transport, control, application)
Next Generation Mobile 3G+
Next Generation Internet IPv6
Next Generation Interconnect Capacity and Quality based
Next Generation Licensing Unified

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Next Generation Networks Technology

Present Day Networks Next Generation Networks (NGN)

Internet

Integrated
Services
Gateways Over IP
Wireless POTS

Evolving towards All IP Communications


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Rich & Variable Applications

Flexible & user IMS Platform


oriented control Internet

High speed &


IP transport Support legacy
QoS enable
network

MGW

Using new and Access Independent PSTN


existing access
technology to 3G mobile
deliver :
Any time WLAN
Any place WiMAX
Any device DSL
Fibre
Ethernet
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Evolution of Networks to NGN

Major investment has been made in existing


networks. Todays mix of technologies has
produced different life span and thus
amortization times for different parts of the
networks. Thus, complete replacement of the
legacy networks to NGN is neither advisable
nor possible. So, a phased approach needs to
be considered.

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Skenario Migrasi ITU-T (1/4)

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Skenario Migrasi ITU-T (2/4)

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Skenario Migrasi ITU-T (3/4)

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Skenario Migrasi ITU-T (4/4)

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KOREAN NGN HISTORY

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Brief History of Building NGN
1. Building High-speed Networking
Infrastructure
3 Phases of building Broadband Internet Access
through out the entire nation during 1995-2005
2. Building Broadband Convergence Network
(BcN)
3 phases of building BcN as a basis for NGN in
Korea during 2004-2010. BcN provides 8
Services, 3 Infrastructure and 9 Services
Enablers. BcN si a Korean version of NGN

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Brief History of Building NGN
3. Building Mobile Networking Infrastructure
World 1st CDMA Development in 1991 and
Commercial Services in 1995. Continued
advances into 3G, 4G and beyond
4. Building Digital Broadcasting
Communication Infrastructure
Building digital broadcasting Communication
Infrastructure since 1997. Successfully
launched DVB services
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Current Broadcasting & Network
Infra
Backbone Upgrading to All-IP Premium
Network since 2005
Fixed Access Broadband Internet (2008), 57%
Penetration of all cities (2008/11). 1 Gbps
Broadband Internet Access Field to 200 customers
Wireless Access HSPA, CDMA (rev.A)
Upgrade to Data Networking nationwide (2007)
Wibro (WiMax) 200,000 customers in Capital
Region

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TM IMPLEMENTATION

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The MSAN Concept

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CONVERGENCE IN THE HOME

IPTV over Game Station


RegMan DSL
Video/MMS Phone
Broadband LAN on PSTN
Wi-Fi DECT DECT Voice/MMS
personal Phones on
Wi-Fi
BB access
Laptop or desktop
WiFi Video/MMS
PSTN with Video over DSL
personal Phones on
BB access
Broadband
Network
Remote management

MANAGEMENT OF ACCESS / CPE IS PARAMOUNT

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MyICMS 886 Goals 2006 through 2010
Goals and Expected
Areas TMs Role and Support
Strategies Outcomes
1. Digital Home Integration of appliances, 2006 TM primed to lead Malaysias Digital
devices and services 60k Digital Homes Home efforts
within the home Leading broadband provider
dependent on high speed FTTH trial completed (9)
broadband 2008
0.5m Digital Homes Services trial on-going: TM
Ecosystem to be built Smart Home, Stream 2 Mobile,
amongst IP video conferencing
Service providers 2010
Device 1m Digital Homes
manufacturers
Housing developers
Municipals
2. Multiservice Full migration expected 2006 Full migration expected by 2010
Convergence by 2010 Migration of platform based (10)(11)
Network Regulatory framework to services 2006 Metro E rollout in Central,
be developed 2008 Southern and Northern region
Capability to access Complete migration of enough to support demand (12)
multiple services on fully legacy service; Fixed-
IP based network Mobile Convergence
platform ready
2010
Multiple services, fully IP
service

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Areas Goals and Strategies Expected Outcomes TMs Role and Support

3. Next Key drivers: advanced 2006: TM member of IPv6 workgroup


Generation Internet services and Pilot of IPv6 services; All ISPs TM IPVPN network
Internet Digital Home (more are IPv6 enabled IPv6 enabled in Q4 2005
Protocol demand of IP 2008:
(IPv6) IP addresses) Full IPv6 ready by 2009
addressing Government agencies adopt TM Net network
Sectorial migration IPv6
Public awareness Has international IPv6 peering since
2010: early 2005
campaign on efficient
use of IPv6 addresses IPv6 full device and network Celcom
compliance Will support IPv6 mobile devices by
Nationwide
proliferation end 2006
Full IPv6 ready by 2008
TM R&D lab network
Ready in 2006 for network,
application, services trials and
acceptance tests

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