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  • Topics
    • Challenges and complexity
    • Customer perspective
    • Service provider perspective
    • 3G new breed of services
    • Solutions & protocols
  • The Challenge
    • Hybrid solutions of WiFi/WiMAX and 3G/GSM enabled devices - next step in Mobile Broadband evolution
    • From a consumer perspective, these technologies should operate seamlessly
    • This hybrid of technology convergence
      • Introduces new challenges
      • Requires knowledge of a wide range of technologies
    How can the customer use it? What about the user experience ?
  • The Complexity
    • Convergence
      • Access (XDSL, Cable, Wi-Fi, WiMAX, 3G, …)
      • Networks (CS, PS, radio)
      • Device (per technology vs. cross technology)
      • Service (Service per network vs. unified services)
    • Technologies ( DMH, UMA, FMC, IMS)
    • Mobility (network independent services)
    • Coverage (roaming, handover, handoffs)
    • Usability (How can customers use it?)
    • Services (Quad play – voice, video, data, mobile)
  • The Broad Picture - WiMax Convergence The real developer challenge… WiMAX Packet Cable WiFi 2/2.XG PSTN/ DECT FTTx PSTN WCDMA CDMA2K UMA FMC DMH IMS
  • Customer objective: Preserve existing services
    • Telephony
    • Emergency call
    • TTY
    • SMS, MMS
    • Data/ Internet
    • Location Service
    • Supplementary Services (e.g. Caller ID, one voicemail, 3-way conference)
    • No change in phone number
    • Incoming calls “follow me”
    • Outgoing calls have same caller identity
    • Synchronized address book
    • One dial plan
    • Voice quality
    • Security
  • Customer objective
    • Identical user experience
    • Additional services:
      • Simplify call forward between wireline and wireless
      • Alarm system
      • Fax
      • Mobile stations to act as cordless phones when at home, calls idle phones when busy
      • Intercom feature
      • Multimedia services
    • One consolidated bill
    • Reduced cost, time, and hassle
  • Customer objective
    • Works on multiple networks (enterprise, home, home office, cellular)
    • Coverage and seamless transitions (roaming and handover) between networks
    ( cont. )
  • Service provider objective Increase ARPU
    • Providing mobile access at home or in the office to increase usage by customers
    • Poor coverage at a subscriber’s home or office ranks as a primary reason for subscriber churn
    • Keep customers on their networks where ever possible to avoid roaming or other related charges while on other networks
    • Seamless integration of additional services (e.g. multimedia)
  • Service provider objective: Services
    • Quad play services to its customers
    • Bundled services from its inventory of services
    • Enter the mobile loop market by providing converged fixed/mobile services
    • Customer experience the same or better than that offered by competing mobile service providers
    • All services to perform as well, independent of the access/ network including call-setup time, voice quality, data rates, etc.
    • Use existing core network to deliver all services, including authorization and billing, for licensed and unlicensed access
  • 3G New Breed of Services
    • Enhanced Messaging
      • Video Mail (VM)
      • Advanced Multimedia Advertisement
      • Multimedia Messaging (MMS)
    • Conversational Multimedia
      • Push-To-Talk (PTT) over Cellular (PoC)
      • Push to Show/ Push to View
      • Videoconferencing for business or private use “on the go”
  • 3G New Breed of Services
    • Video Streaming
      • Live video broadcasting – TV on the go
      • Video On Demand (movies, news clips) - VOD
      • Video session archiving services
      • Playback & recording
    • Peer to Peer
      • Video Chat
      • Interactive gaming
      • Video sharing (“See what I See”/ “We share”)
      • Collaboration
    ( cont. )
  • 3G New Breed of Services
    • Complementary services
      • Presence aware services
      • Location aware services
    ( cont. )
  • The Solution
    • Only IP can do it all and integrate services:
      • Voice
      • Video
      • Presence
      • IM
      • Mobile
      • 3G
    • Using:
      • IMS/MMD
      • SIP
      • IPPBX
      • Softswitches
    • Enhanced Messaging
      • SIP or 3G-324M – Video Mail (VM)
      • 3G-324M or SIP – Multimedia Advertisement
      • SIP – Multimedia Messaging (MMS)
    • Conversational Multimedia
      • SIP - Voice
      • SIP/PoC – Push-To-Talk (PTT) over Cellular (PoC)
      • 3G-324M or SIP – Video Telephony & Conferencing
    • Video Streaming
      • 3G-324M (DTMF based video portals)
      • RTSP (IP TV, surveillance)
    • Multimedia Gaming
      • SIP/JSR-180 (J2ME)
      • SIP/PoC
    Service Enabler Protocols
    • Push-To-Talk (PTT) over Cellular (PoC)
      • POC Consortium/ Open Mobile Association (OMA) specification
      • Based on SIP RFC3261 & RTP/RTCP RFC3550/1
    • Presence & IM/MMS
      • SIP RFC3261 + SIMPLE WG specifications
      • SIP MESSAGE & MSRP
    • Video telephony/ conferencing
      • 3G-324M
      • IETF XCON
    • Video on Demand (VoD)
      • Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) RFC2326
      • 3G-324M
    Services & Protocols
  • UE Solution Architecture Application GUI UDP/TCP/IP RTP /RTCP SIP (SigComp ) SIMPLE 3G-324M RTSP POC Media Streaming Video Services Presence CS Telephony
  • Other UE Requirements
    • 3GPP/2 SIP
    • IPv4/IPv6 support for signaling and media
    • PoC support
    • SigComp
    • Mobile IP enablement
    • Dynamic IP enablement
    • Advanced RTP/RTCP (RFC 3550/1)
    • RTSP
    • SRTP
    • J2ME JSR 180 enablement
    • Support for feature/ smart phone
    • Thank you!
    • Amnon Gavish
    • VP TBU Business Development
    • amnong@radvision.com