Ashish Banerjee Chief Software Technologist Sun Microsystems India P. Ltd. End-2-End Open Source Telecom
Agenda <ul><li>Facts & Trends
Motivation for End-2-End Open Source Telecom
TCOE.in
End-2-End Open Source Telecom: Components
Standards : Simplified
Case study </li></ul>
Facts & Trends  <ul><li>No Slowdown in Telecom
325 Million Subscribers, growth 1m/month </li><ul><li>2 nd  after China in terms of subscribers
60% urban , but 15% rural penetration </li></ul><li>Low ARPU: GSM rs 221, CDMA rs 122 </li><ul><li>Airtel ARPU rs 350 (dow...
ARPU reduces as we go down the value pyramid </li></ul><li>TOS (Total Out Sourcing) in OSS/BSS
Revenue Sharing in VAS (Value Added Service)
Resource Pooling: Tower Sharing, MVNO </li></ul>
Focus on Rural Telecom <ul><li>Only 15% Telecom penetration in Rural India
Rural Telecom  </li><ul><li>Drives  Financial Inclusion  Enables  eGovernance
Uplifts  GDP  </li></ul><li>USO (Universal Service Obligation) Fund </li></ul>
TCOE.in <ul><li>Public Private Partnership Initiative open to all </li><ul><li>Department of Telecom, Ministry of Comm & I...
Partnership of Operator / Academia <ul><li>IDEA
Vodaphone
Aircel
Airtel
BSNL
Tata Teleservices
Reliance </li></ul><ul><li>IIM -Ahmedabad
IIT – Kharagpur
IIS - Bengaluru
IIT – Delhi
IIT – Kanpur
IIT – Mumbai
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  • @Tech_Evangelist Thanks Ashish, There was a big debate on this topic. it was really good to read your response.
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  • @SathiyaThangavelu Yes I believe that end to end Open Source can be a reality. Many telcos and academics are coming together under one umbrella of TCOE.in to make this happen. There is a Telecom fund to fund the innovation. A community based ecosystem needs to come into place.
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  • Thanks for the wonderful presentation. 5 years since the presentation was launched, i am early looking for any updates happening on this front.

    OpenSolaris is with oracle and they made it Solaris express. What is your thoughts since oracle has bought many of the opensource do you still think this E2E telecom is still possible?
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  • The above presentation was made by me at Sun Tech Days 09 @ HYD on 18 Feb 09.
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    1. 1. Ashish Banerjee Chief Software Technologist Sun Microsystems India P. Ltd. End-2-End Open Source Telecom
    2. 2. Agenda <ul><li>Facts & Trends
    3. 3. Motivation for End-2-End Open Source Telecom
    4. 4. TCOE.in
    5. 5. End-2-End Open Source Telecom: Components
    6. 6. Standards : Simplified
    7. 7. Case study </li></ul>
    8. 8. Facts & Trends <ul><li>No Slowdown in Telecom
    9. 9. 325 Million Subscribers, growth 1m/month </li><ul><li>2 nd after China in terms of subscribers
    10. 10. 60% urban , but 15% rural penetration </li></ul><li>Low ARPU: GSM rs 221, CDMA rs 122 </li><ul><li>Airtel ARPU rs 350 (down from rs 553 in 2006)
    11. 11. ARPU reduces as we go down the value pyramid </li></ul><li>TOS (Total Out Sourcing) in OSS/BSS
    12. 12. Revenue Sharing in VAS (Value Added Service)
    13. 13. Resource Pooling: Tower Sharing, MVNO </li></ul>
    14. 14. Focus on Rural Telecom <ul><li>Only 15% Telecom penetration in Rural India
    15. 15. Rural Telecom </li><ul><li>Drives Financial Inclusion Enables eGovernance
    16. 16. Uplifts GDP </li></ul><li>USO (Universal Service Obligation) Fund </li></ul>
    17. 17. TCOE.in <ul><li>Public Private Partnership Initiative open to all </li><ul><li>Department of Telecom, Ministry of Comm & IT, Gov. of India </li></ul><li>TCOE Vision </li><ul><li>To enable all Indians to benefit from telecom technology for improving their quality of life and also strive to make India a leader in telecom over the next decade </li></ul><li>Mission </li><ul><li>To create synergy amongst the academia, telecom industry and govt. for creation of new services/apps, IPR, manufacturing capability, global standards, promote entrepreneurship... </li></ul></ul>
    18. 18. Partnership of Operator / Academia <ul><li>IDEA
    19. 19. Vodaphone
    20. 20. Aircel
    21. 21. Airtel
    22. 22. BSNL
    23. 23. Tata Teleservices
    24. 24. Reliance </li></ul><ul><li>IIM -Ahmedabad
    25. 25. IIT – Kharagpur
    26. 26. IIS - Bengaluru
    27. 27. IIT – Delhi
    28. 28. IIT – Kanpur
    29. 29. IIT – Mumbai
    30. 30. IIT - Chennai </li></ul>
    31. 31. Sun Open Source Leadership <ul><li>Sun is the largest open source enterprise
    32. 32. Develops IP on open source
    33. 33. Inventor of Java </li><ul><li>Java contributes to 2.5% of India's GDP </li></ul><li>Open Solaris: OpenSolaris.org
    34. 34. Open Source CMT chip: OpenSparc.net </li><ul><li>Cool threads, 8 cores per socket, 8 threads per core
    35. 35. T5440: 4 Sockets x 8 cores x 8 threads = 256 threads </li></ul><li>FISH Strategy: </li><ul><li>Fully Integrated Software & Hardware </li></ul></ul>
    36. 36. Sun Open Source Software Stack
    37. 37. End to End Open Source Telecom <ul><li>Open Source Handset
    38. 38. Open Source Radio </li><ul><li>SDR : Software Defined Radio </li></ul><li>Open Source Back-end Infrastructure </li><ul><li>OSS: Operational Support System
    39. 39. BSS: Business Support System
    40. 40. SDP: Service Delivery Platform </li></ul></ul>
    41. 41. Open Source Handset <ul><li>Google Android </li><ul><li>Linux OS, Java API
    42. 42. http://code.google.com/android </li></ul><li>Java ME </li><ul><li>http://www.sun.com/software/opensource/java/ </li></ul><li>Java FX Mobile </li><ul><li>www.javafx.com
    43. 43. Source code available within the SDK </li></ul></ul>
    44. 44. Open Source Radio <ul><li>SDR: Software Defined Radio
    45. 45. GNU Radio </li><ul><li>http://www.gnu.org/software/gnuradio/
    46. 46. USRP (Universal Software Radio Peripheral)
    47. 47. http://gnuradio.org/trac/wiki/USRP
    48. 48. 30-3000 Mhz and 30-6000 MHz receivers
    49. 49. http://www.ettus.com/ </li></ul><li>Open Sparc : Softswitches , encryption </li><ul><li>http://www.opensparc.net/ </li></ul></ul>
    50. 50. Open Sparc T2: Server on a chip
    51. 51. Component Usage Sailfin SIP server for signaling MySQL DB for HLR, CDR, Billing ... Open ESB EAI and Parlay-X API also for NGOSS OpenSSO Federation and Single Sign On OpenSolaris SCTP (Steram Control Transmission Protocol) OpenPortal Customer Service portal OpenBloX AAA (Authentication, Authorization Accounting ) OpenNMS Network Management System jBilling Billing and mediation OpenCDS Content Delivery and Aggregation OpenSS7 SIGTRAN GNURadio SDR (Software Defined Radio) Pentaho BI (Business Intelligence) & Reporting OpenTaps CRM and ERP Asterix B2BUA (Back 2 Back User Agent)
    52. 52. Open SSO : Circle of Trust Single Session WS-Federation SAML v1.1 Liberty ID-FF SAML v2.0 Siteminder Tokens Kerberos Tokens Oracle Tokens Circle of Trust Sun Federated Access Manager Multi-Protocol Federation Hub Multi-Protocol Hub
    53. 53. Open SSO in Telecom
    54. 54. Sailfin <ul><li>https://sailfin.dev.java.net/
    55. 55. Open Source SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) Server, based on Glassfish project for Java EE
    56. 56. Ericsson contributed SIP Servlet container code
    57. 57. Highly Available Telco grade platform </li><ul><li>Converged SIP and JavaEE applications </li></ul></ul>
    58. 58. SIP Technology <ul><li>Session Initiation Protocol </li><ul><li>Defined by RFCs 3261(sip), 4566(sdp), 3550(rtp)
    59. 59. Can be asynchronous and bi-directional
    60. 60. Text-based request and response like HTTP
    61. 61. Support S/MIME for message level security </li></ul><li>SIP Servlets API (JSR 116 and 289) </li><ul><li>SIP Servlets process SIP message
    62. 62. Defines Message, Request, Response, Sessions and Timers </li></ul></ul>
    63. 63. Glassfish Community : Sailfin
    64. 64. Sailfin Architecture
    65. 65. SIP Application Router
    66. 66. Standards Bodies <ul><li>ITU (International Telecom Union) </li><ul><li>www.itu.int/ITU-T
    67. 67. Founded 1865... </li></ul><li>ETSI (European Telecom Standards Institute) </li><ul><li>2G and 2.5 G
    68. 68. www.etsi.org </li></ul><li>3GPP : 3G Partnership Project (3gpp.org)
    69. 69. IETF: Internet Engineering Task Force (ietf.org) </li></ul>
    70. 70. Community Standards Bodies <ul><li>TMForum (www.tmforum.org) </li><ul><li>NGOSS </li></ul><li>OMA ( http://www.openmobilealliance.org/ ) </li><ul><li>DRM and other client side standards </li></ul><li>PARLAY-X : ETSI, Parlay Group, 3GPP </li><ul><li>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parlay_X
    71. 71. OSS/BSS Web Services API for SDP </li></ul><li>JCP.org : Defines JSR </li></ul>
    72. 72. Next generation is IP <ul><li>NGN : Next generation Network
    73. 73. IMS: IP Multimedia Subsystem </li><ul><li>Uses SIP, and IETF standards </li></ul><li>SIP </li><ul><li>IETF
    74. 74. VoIP </li></ul><li>AIPN: All IP network (Loosely called 4G)
    75. 75. 3GPP LTE (Long Term Evolution)
    76. 76. SIGTRANS: IP -> SS7 (signaling System 7) </li></ul>
    77. 77. Radio : Software Defined <ul><li>Radio </li><ul><li>SDR
    78. 78. Then IP after that </li></ul><li>CDMA, WCDMA, GSM, UMTS, WLAN, WMAX </li><ul><li>All can be handled by SDR, but be-aware of patents </li></ul><li>TS 23.234 : WLAN Interop with 3G </li></ul>
    79. 79. IMS Overview Diagram (Wikipedia) upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/60/Ims_overview.png
    80. 80. Digital Ganga Project: IIT-K RuralNet http://www.cse.iitk.ac.in/users/braman/dgp.html
    81. 81. Ecosystem in Open Source telecom <ul><li>Chip design: SDR
    82. 82. Radio/Tower Innovation </li><ul><li>VNL, eRoads </li></ul><li>Infrastructure for OSS </li><ul><li>3G Bits </li></ul><li>Systems Integrators
    83. 83. VAS providers
    84. 84. Software developers </li></ul>
    85. 85. Partnering with Sun <ul><li>Sun Partner Advantage Program </li><ul><li>http://partneradvantage.sun.com/ </li></ul><li>Sun Startup Essentials </li><ul><li>www.sun.com/emrkt/startupessentials/ </li></ul></ul>
    86. 86. Thank You Ashish Banerjee [email_address]
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