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Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks
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Cisco India: DEFCOM 2010 Presentation: Mobility Management: Mobility Management for Seamless Information Flow Across Heterogeneous Networks

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Presentation Abstract: The provision of services to the mobile users is paramount to any transformed defence force …

Presentation Abstract: The provision of services to the mobile users is paramount to any transformed defence force
Delivering this experience requires the implementers of a transformational force to give careful consideration to how the network is architected .
the wireless LAN can be transformed into a mobility network by creating an open network platform capable of enabling the development of a broad variety of mobility applications designed to improve staff agility.

Presenter: Dr Peter Holliday, Chief Defence Architect, Global Government Solutions Group - APAC.
Peter has over twenty years experience as a professional engineer in the fields of
communications and software engineering. His experience comes from practical
involvement in design, implementation and management of operational defence Communications and Information Systems and as a senior technical adviser to numerous defence and non-government projects

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  • 1. Mobility Management Empowering IT to Meet Business Mobility Expectations Dr. Peter Holliday Chief Defence Architect APACPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1
  • 2. Business in Motion Increasing User Mobility Agile Business Proliferation for Competitive of Mobile Devices Advantage Expanded Business Mobilizing Business Ecosystem Applications Evolving to the Mobile BusinessPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2
  • 3. Business Mobility Requirements Differ from Consumer Mobility Secure, Manage and Audit Device Usage/Policies/Access Integrate Multiple Networks from Personal to Private to Public Enable Applications to Securely Access Information Across Multiple Networks Enforce Role-Aware User Experience Irrespective of Connection Right Application, Right User, Right PoliciesPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3
  • 4. Business Mobility Must Be Easier to Implement and Manage Disparate Networks Tremendous to Operate/Manage: Challenge to Wireless LAN IT Staff Cellular/WiMAX Ethernet Applications, Control Lack of Device Profile and Compliance: Consistency: Single Number Dual Mode Phones and Voicemail Wired Phones Unified Communications Wireless IP Phones Inventory Management Laptops/Ultramobile PCs Asset Tracking Ruggedized RFID Tags Regulatory Compliance 80%+ of IT Mobility Resources: Reactive Client Management and Provisioning*Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4 * Gartner Group
  • 5. Cisco’s Strategy Extend Mobility Securing and Managing Applications Right Devices Centralized Device—Right Network Client Provisioning Unify Disparate Address Networks the Client “Wave” Facilitate Open Collaboration Mobility Applications Selecting the Right Delivering LoB/Functional Communications Media Leader Requirements— Right Time, Right Place Open APIPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5
  • 6. Cisco Motion: Unifying Disparate Networks Cisco Is Evolving the Wireless Network into a True Mobility Network… Unify  Consolidated control of Wi-Fi, Network Cellular, WiMAX, RFID, Wired, Transport Sensor Centralized  Open platform enables ecosystem Services for mobile application integration Engine Simplified Device and  Single view for end-to-end Services management and provisioning of Management servicesPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6
  • 7. Mobility Services Unifying the Mobility Network Applications Telemetry Device Mgmt/ Conferencing Messaging SCM CRM Alerting Troubleshoot Assembly Line Inventory Physical Access Secure Client Presence ERP Monitoring Management control Connectivity Middleware Open API Services Mobility Mobility Services Si Engine Context Adaptive Secure Client Mobile Intelligent Voice Guest Spectrum Aware Wireless IPS Manager Roaming Access Intelligence Unified Wireless Network Controllers Network Access Open Protocols Ethernet Cellular/WiMAX Wi-Fi Zigbee UWB RFID Device Unified Mobility ClientPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7
  • 8. Existing Wi-Fi Networks Apps and Services Limited Synergies Delivered in Silos between Network Services Applications Applications Applications Applications Location WIPS Handoff Service “n” No Common Method for WCS Service Delivery—Split between Controller and WLAN Controller No Integration with Appliance Alternative Access Networks Ethernet Wi-Fi RFIDPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8
  • 9. Mobility Services Networks Applications Applications Applications Applications Apps Source Intelligence from the MSE via Open API Open API Mobility Services Engine Centralized Services WIPS Handoff Location Si Service “n” NMSP Centralized Services and Network WCS Management Controller Open Protocols Unify Networks Open Protocol Ethernet Wi-Fi RFIDPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9
  • 10. Introducing A Practical Approach Centralized, Scalable Mobility Services Services and Applications Platform Mobility Services  Unified API enabling Enterprise 3.0 applications Engine Common Framework for Multiple Services  Ease of deployment and efficient allocation of CapEx Abstraction layer with CAPWAP/NMSP  Allows Transport and Applications to evolve independently Eco-system of Application Partners  Accelerate development and deployment of customized solutionsPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10
  • 11. Open Mobility Services Architecture Centralize Mobility Services to Scale Mobility Applications MSE Services Mobility Services API Authentication and Authorization Services Platform Service Service Service Control and A B N Management Services Communications Bus Network Mobility Services Protocol Services Database Network InfrastructurePresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11
  • 12. Mobility Services Software Suite Context Aware Adaptive Wireless Secure Client Mobile Intelligent IPS Manager RoamingOptimize business Mitigate wireless Simplify device Deliver handoff for process with threats with provisioning and mobility context such as integrated management for applications location and intrusion the wave of new across public and telemetry prevention mobile devices private networks Markets & Solutions Markets & Solutions Markets & Solutions Markets & Solutions Healthcare Defence Defence Defence Defence Financial Services Healthcare Healthcare Asset Tracking Healthcare Enterprise EducationCondition Monitoring Compliance Secure Device Dual Mode Voice and Data Expanding the Mobility Opportunity via Software ServicesPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12
  • 13. Context Aware Mobility Definition Context Aware Identity Right Device Time Right Business ApplicationContextualInformation Location Right Team End Userof Mobile Context ExperienceAssets Aware Temperature Right Network Availability Right Place Humidity Right Time Ability to Dynamically Capture and Use Contextual Information of Mobile Assets to Optimize, Change or Create Communications Flow and Business ProcessesPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 13
  • 14. Context Aware Mobility Solution Overview Mobility Services Engine Context Aware Software Engine for Engine for Tags Passive RFID Clients via Partners (Future) TDOA Choke Mobile or Fixed CUWN CUWN RFID Readers Receivers Points Wi-Fi Passive Wi-Fi Tags RFID Tags Clients In close proximity Passive RFID Base Wi-Fi (TDOA, chokepoint) Building Wi-Fi (RSSI, chokepoint)Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14
  • 15. Keeping Track of Your Assets in Motion What Is Where in What Is its Is it Here? Where Is it? His/Her my Network Condition? Status? Is it? Condition Tracking Asset Tracking Presence Network Zone/Inventory Location Management Services Answer Questions Critical to Your Business in Real TimePresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15
  • 16. Adaptive Wireless IPS Definition Adaptive Wireless IPS Increasing Risk Detect, Use Existing Business of Threats Analyze and Unified Wireless Requirements Mitigate RF Network RF Jamming Based Attacks Infrastructure Protect Sensitive Corporate Data DoS Attacks Wireless Achieve Rogue Network Compliance Access Points Protection Manage RF as an RF Asset Wired and Interference Regulatory Single Wireless Security Compliance Infrastructure to Malicious Manage Hacking Integration and Reporting Businesses Require Visibility Into Their Wireless Environment for Protection Against a Growing Number of Wireless Threats; Proactive Defense Is Critical for Minimizing Legal Liability, Protecting Brand Reputation and Meeting Regulatory Compliance RequirementsPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16
  • 17. Secure Client Manager Definition Secure Client ManagerCentralized Administration Device and OSof Devices, at Each Agnostic TransportStage of Their Lifecycle Layer Agnostic Profile-BasedFull Control of Wired and WirelessAccess Profiles Connections Cisco Secure ClientSecured Access Manager Identity-Based AccessAcross Wired and 802.1X—EAP—FIPSWireless Networks Automated VPN Provision and Administrate Heterogeneous Mobile Device Types Across Any Wireless and Wired NetworkPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 17
  • 18. Mobile Intelligent Roaming Definition Mobile Intelligent Roaming  A Mobility Solution delivered through Mobile Intelligent Roaming Software running on the Cisco Mobility Services Engine  Dynamically determines handoff requirements for dual mode devices based on wireless network visibility  Leverages network intelligence and client software integration with an open eco-system of partners to initiate seamless handoff and improved user experience Seamless Intelligent Handoff Enables a Transparent Mobile ExperiencePresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 18
  • 19. Mobile Intelligent Roaming Solution Overview Messaging Conferencing CRM Applications  Enterprise-grade notification Presence Assembly Line Monitoring Physical Access control that can be sent to a Mobile Gateway or to a Roaming Mobile Gateway (optional) Client from various partners for Open API a network assisted intelligent roamingServicesMobility Mobility Services Engine Si Mobile Intelligent  Cisco Partners could be Voice Roaming Software Service Providers lacking Enterprise Network Visibility Unified Wireless Network Device Manufacturers willingNetworkAccess to increase the dual-mode Enterprise Wi-Fi phone users’ experience Carrier 3rd party vendors mobilizing enterprise unified communications Device Roaming Client SW Cisco Compatible—Unified Mobility Client Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 19
  • 20. Cisco Motion: Eco-System Applications Business Infrastructure Assets MobilePresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 20
  • 21. RFID Solutions From Cisco and Oat Systems Oat Systems to Integrate with the Cisco Context Aware Open API to Enable Context Aware Asset Tracking Solutions in Manufacturing Telemetry Applications Alerting SCM CRM Why Cisco and Oat Systems  Market leadership in the enterprise Assembly Line Inventory WLAN and RFID space Monitoring Management ERP  Faster implementation by integrating with existing business processes Middleware – OAT FOUNDATION SUITE  Flexible, standards based solution Open API Services MobilityTagging Data Capture Analysis Process Improvement Mobility Services Si Engine Context Aware Software OAT Manufacturing Solutions  Work In Process (WIP) Tracking Unified Wireless Network Controllers  Asset Tracking Network Access Solution Components: Open Protocol: CAPWAP  OATaxiomTM: RFID data management & reporting Active RFID  OATdesigner TM: RFID scenario builder GUI  OATexpressTM: RFID data capture, filtering and management Device Unified Mobility ClientPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 21
  • 22. Context Aware Solution from Cisco and Airetrak Airetrak Integrates with the Cisco Context Aware Open API and Cisco Unified Context Aware Application Environment to Enable Asset Tracking Over Collaboration Tools Telemetry Applications Alerting SCM CRM Cisco and Airetrak Offer Medical Equipment Bed Storage Management ERP  Customized asset tracking solutions for healthcare organizations Airetrak ResourceView Application  Integrated solution to locate medical equipment using voice recognition and Open API text-to-speech capabilities on Cisco Wi-Fi Services Mobility phones 7921 and fixed IP Phones Mobility Services Si Engine Context Aware Software Voice  Airetrak ResourceView application Unified Wireless Unified offers asset & device searches, Network Communication notification alerts, reporting and Controllers Manager Network Access administration tool Open Protocol: CAPWAP  Airetrak Locator solution integrates Active RFID with Cisco Context Aware Solutions and Cisco Unified Application Environment Device Unified Mobility ClientPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 22
  • 23. Enhanced Mobility from Cisco and Agito Agito Networks to Integrate with the Cisco Mobile Intelligent Roaming Mobile Intelligent Open API to Enable Seamless Handoff for Mobile UC Users Roaming Applications Cisco and Agito Offer: Messaging Conferencing Presence  Enterprise owned solution with simple automated centralized configuration Agito RoamAnywhere  Network intelligence that leverages Mobility Router IP-PBX Enterprise WLAN visibility  Compatibility with leading IP-PBX systems Open API Services  Voice and data mobility across home, Mobility cellular public and enterprise networks Mobility Services Si  Solution based on Cisco Unified Wireless Engine Mobile Intelligent Voice Network, Agito Mobility Router and Roaming Software Software Client Unified Wireless Network Network Access  Client and cellular/home network intelligence to unify disparate networks Wi-Fi  Administrator and user-defined policies for roaming and unified communication Carrier Device RoamAnywhere Client SWPresentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential Unified Mobility Client 23
  • 24. Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 24

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