PON Training Series Module IP Applications

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A Presentation from ADC for the Blandin Foundation 2008 Broadband Conference, Connecting Communities: Making the Net Work in Minnesota.

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  • Now that you have completed the Fiber Theory and Fiber Handling Modules, in the next section we will begin to discuss some of the applications that may influence service providers in moving to an all fiber network. Welcom to the beginning of the ADC On-Line PON Design Training Series. Next Generation Networking ( NGN ) is a broad term to describe some key architectural evolutions in the telecommunications core and access networks that will be deployed over the next 5-10 years. The general idea behind NGN is that one network transports all information and services such as voice, data, video and all sorts of applications by encapsulating these into packets, using techniques that are similar to the techniques used to access the Internet. NGNs are commonly built around the Internet Protocol, and therefore the term "all-IP" is also sometimes used to describe the transformation towards NGN. For the “Next Generation Architecutres,” the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) definition, a Next Generation Network (NGN) is a packet based network able to provide services including Telecommunication Services or telephony, and able to make use of multiple broadband, Quality-of-Service (QoS) enabled transport technologies and in which service-related functions are independent from underlying transport-related technologies. The NGA will offer unrestricted access by users to different service providers. It supports generalized mobility which will allow consistent and ubiquitous provision of services to users. From a practical perspective, NGN involves three main architectural changes that need to be looked at separately: 1.) In the core network, NGN implies a consolidation of several (dedicated or overlay) transport networks each historically built for a different service into one core transport network (often based on IP and Ethernet). 2.) It implies amongst others that the migration of voice from a switched architecture “Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) to Voice over IP (VOIP). 3.) It is also the migration of legacy services to either commercial migration of the customer to a new service like IP VPN, or technical emigration by emulation of the "legacy service" on the NGN.

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  • 1. Next Generation Architecture’s Readiness for the Next Generation Broadband PON Training Series Module IP Applications
  • 2. Next Generation Objectives and Approach Technology: What are the enabling technologies today? IP Services: What are the baseline IP services and beyond? Defining Convergence: What is Convergence and what applications will be supported? Bandwidth Reuirements: What are the real Bandwidth Requirements for Data and what is Data? This training module aims at investigating the key elements of next generation applications and beyond by addressing the following 4 aspects: Once these key elements have been addressed, we can move to the purely physical aspects of “PON Design Techniques”
  • 3. Next Generation Applications Services and Applications That Could Push Service Providers to Consider All-Fiber Networks
  • 4. Beginning the IP Services Architecture Architecture Reference Model End to End Overview MSAG BPON/GEPON/GPON/WDM PON Active Ethernet EFM WDM AWG Fiber Fiber Fiber FTTN Copper
  • 5. What We Know Today - IP Services over xDSL PSTN Intranet / Internet Local Broadcast TV Authentication Switch to the Internet ( i . e . NorTel Shasta - BSN 5000 , Redback SMS - 500 ) EMS Workstation Layer 2 / 3 Switch Alcatel 7450 / Omni SW 6600 ( for Multicasting Video and VoIP SoftSwitch Techniques ) Video RF Multiplexer / IRD CATV Up / Down Link Satellite ATM Switch ( i . e . NorTel PP 15000 , Fore Systems ASX 4000 ) Remote DSLAM Multi - Service Access Gateway Alcatel 7330 R Encoder IPTV Manager VOD Server Myrio , Microsoft Video Storage IP Video Return Proposed and Current IP Services for Triple Play Computer Television Triple Play Home Telephone RLP Cabinet Remote DSLAM RLP Feeder MDF DVD PSTN Voice Gateway - Provides Access to the Class 5 Telco Switch ( i . e . Paradyne , General Bandwidth , Passport PVG ) GR - 303 DSLAM Multi - Service Access Gateway CO Based Alcatel, Adtran, ECI Encoder Minerva VC 8000 Optibase - Movimaker 400 ( for MPEG 4 & DVB Encoding ) Integrated Receiver Decoder Digital Video Broadcast ( DVB ) Harmonic / Scientific Atlanta Gigabit Ethernet to Remote DSLAM VoIP Voice Gateway Controller ( i . e . Sonus , Cisco , NorTel )
  • 6. What We Know Today - IP Services over PON
  • 7. Video Telephony & Real Time Multi-media Data
    • Local & Long Distance Service
    • Advanced Telephony Features
    • SIP Enabled Communications
    • Differentiated Internet Access: Firewall Protection, QoS, Customer Provisioning
    • Security, ISP Features, E-mail, WEB Hosting, File Sharing
    • Real-Time TV Broadcast, 100+ Channels, Video on the WEB
    • PPV, HDTV, VoD, Programming on Demand, Directed Advertising
    IP Services – Baseline Offer and Beyond
  • 8. IP Applications - Entertainment New Consumer Technologies & Services
    • IP to and in the home to deliver a new range of entertainment and services
      • VoIP
      • Music Distribution
      • TiVo
      • VoD
      • HDTV (Full HD)
      • Interactive Television
      • IP Enabled Appliances
      • Security
      • Environment
                                             
  • 9.
    • Additional Voice Features Above Traditional TDM Voice
    • Conference Call Capabilities w/On-Screen Document Sharing
    • Desktop Application Integration
    • (i.e., Lotus Notes, MS Outlook)
    • Comprehensive Screen Information About Each Caller
    IP Applications – Voice over IP (VoIP)
    • Mobility – Users Can Work from Anywhere
    • (PC Based Voice Services NOT Vonage)
  • 10.
    • The Revolution is Underway
    • Physical Distribution of Music to Disappear
    • Music Delivered Direct to the Entertainment Center/Device
    IP Applications – Music Distribution
  • 11.
    • New Opportunities for Service Providers
    • Video on Demand Services over IP Networks
    • Advances in MPEG Video Compression and Ethernet Techniques
    IP Applications – Video on Demand
    • Subscription Based Pay Per View Service
    • VoD provides - Entertainment-on-Demand
    • by taking advantage of
    • the IP network's two-way communication capability.
    • Video Delivered Direct to the
    • Entertainment Center/Device
  • 12. Broadcast TV & VoD High Speed Internet Access (HSIA) POTS, Local, Long Distance & International Calling Mobile TV, IPTV Apps Telephony, TV Messaging & Communicator PC
    • Quad Play: Devices
      • Telephone
      • PC
      • TV
      • Mobile
    • Quad Play: Services
      • Voice
      • Video
      • Data
      • Messaging
    TV Telephone Mobile HSIA: 3G, WiFi, Messaging - SMS, IM, MMS PC Messaging, Communicator PC TV, PC Phone IP Applications – Home & Mobile Services for Quad-Play
  • 13. Source : FS-VDSL, Operator Requirements Document Service Bandwidth High Definition TV (MPEG2) ~19 Mbps Pay TV 3 - 6 Mbps Standard Definition TV (MPEG2) 3.5 Mbps Interactive TV on Internet 1 – 3.5 Mbps Video on Demand (VoD) 3 - 6 Mbps Personal Video Recorder Up to 6 Mbps High Speed Internet (WEB Surfing) Up to 2 Mbps Interactive Gaming 1 – 5 Mbps Video on PC 4 - 12 Mbps Voice over IP (VoIP) 80 kbps - 5 Mbps Voice over DSL (VoDSL) 40-64 kbps/ch Appliance Personal Computer Television Telephone 40 – 80 Mbps Needed? Defining Converged Services – Multi-Media Convergence
  • 14.
    • Presence
    • IP Centrex
    • IP Trunking
    • Long Distance
    • Converged Billing
    • VoIP Soft Switching
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Residential Primary Line
    • Presence
    • VoIP on TV
    • IPTV & VoD
    • Converged Billing
    • Messaging on TV
    • Network Calendar
    • Click to Dial on TV
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on TV
    • Control Phone Services on TV
    • Presence
    • TV on PC
    • VoIP on PC
    • Messaging on PC
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Mobile Phone on PC
    • Video Communications
    • Network Address Book
    • Visual Voice Mail on PC
    • Control TV D/PVR on PC
    • Presence
    • TV on Mobile
    • VoIP on Mobile
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Messaging on Mobile
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on Mobile
    • Control TV D/PVR on Mobile
    Phone TV PC Cell What You Want, Where You Want It, & When You Want It 4 Screens For: Video Entertainment, Phone Calling, Video Calling & Messaging Single: Identity, Inbox, Address Book & Bill; Cross Devices With Presence Defining Converged Services – Service Offerings
  • 15.
    • Presence
    • IP Centrex
    • IP Trunking
    • Long Distance
    • Converged Billing
    • VoIP Soft Switching
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Residential Primary Line
    • Presence
    • VoIP on TV
    • IPTV & VoD
    • Converged Billing
    • Messaging on TV
    • Network Calendar
    • Click to Dial on TV
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on TV
    • Control Phone Services on TV
    • Presence
    • TV on PC
    • VoIP on PC
    • Messaging on PC
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Mobile Phone on PC
    • Video Communications
    • Network Address Book
    • Visual Voice Mail on PC
    • Control TV D/PVR on PC
    • Presence
    • TV on Mobile
    • VoIP on Mobile
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Messaging on Mobile
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on Mobile
    • Control TV D/PVR on Mobile
    Phone TV PC Cell What You Want, Where You Want It, & When You Want It 4 Screens For: Video Entertainment, Phone Calling, Video Calling & Messaging Single: Identity, Inbox, Address Book & Bill; Cross Devices With Presence Defining Converged Services – Voice Service Offerings
  • 16.
    • Presence
    • IP Centrex
    • IP Trunking
    • Long Distance
    • Converged Billing
    • VoIP Soft Switching
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Residential Primary Line
    • Presence
    • VoIP on TV
    • IPTV & VoD
    • Converged Billing
    • Messaging on TV
    • Network Calendar
    • Click to Dial on TV
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on TV
    • Control Phone Services on TV
    • Presence
    • TV on PC
    • VoIP on PC
    • Messaging on PC
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Mobile Phone on PC
    • Video Communications
    • Network Address Book
    • Visual Voice Mail on PC
    • Control TV D/PVR on PC
    • Presence
    • TV on Mobile
    • VoIP on Mobile
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Messaging on Mobile
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on Mobile
    • Control TV D/PVR on Mobile
    Phone TV PC Cell What You Want, Where You Want It, & When You Want It 4 Screens For: Video Entertainment, Phone Calling, Video Calling & Messaging Single: Identity, Inbox, Address Book & Bill; Cross Devices With Presence Defining Converged Services – Video Service Offerings
  • 17.
    • Presence
    • IP Centrex
    • IP Trunking
    • Long Distance
    • Converged Billing
    • VoIP Soft Switching
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Residential Primary Line
    • Presence
    • VoIP on TV
    • IPTV & VoD
    • Converged Billing
    • Messaging on TV
    • Network Calendar
    • Click to Dial on TV
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on TV
    • Control Phone Services on TV
    • Presence
    • TV on PC
    • VoIP on PC
    • Messaging on PC
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Mobile Phone on PC
    • Video Communications
    • Network Address Book
    • Visual Voice Mail on PC
    • Control TV D/PVR on PC
    • Presence
    • TV on Mobile
    • VoIP on Mobile
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Messaging on Mobile
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on Mobile
    • Control TV D/PVR on Mobile
    Phone TV PC Cell What You Want, Where You Want It, & When You Want It 4 Screens For: Video Entertainment, Phone Calling, Video Calling & Messaging Single: Identity, Inbox, Address Book & Bill; Cross Devices With Presence Defining Converged Services – Data Service Offerings
  • 18.
    • Presence
    • IP Centrex
    • IP Trunking
    • Long Distance
    • Converged Billing
    • VoIP Soft Switching
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Residential Primary Line
    • Presence
    • VoIP on TV
    • IPTV & VoD
    • Converged Billing
    • Messaging on TV
    • Network Calendar
    • Click to Dial on TV
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on TV
    • Control Phone Services on TV
    • Presence
    • TV on PC
    • VoIP on PC
    • Messaging on PC
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Mobile Phone on PC
    • Video Communications
    • Network Address Book
    • Visual Voice Mail on PC
    • Control TV D/PVR on PC
    • Presence
    • TV on Mobile
    • VoIP on Mobile
    • Converged Billing
    • Network Calendar
    • Messaging on Mobile
    • Network Address Book
    • Video Communications
    • Visual Voice Mail on Mobile
    • Control TV D/PVR on Mobile
    Phone TV PC Cell What You Want, Where You Want It, & When You Want It 4 Screens For: Video Entertainment, Phone Calling, Video Calling & Messaging Single: Identity, Inbox, Address Book & Bill; Cross Devices With Presence Defining Converged Services – Cell Service Offerings
  • 19. Source: 2006 Jupiter Research “ 40 Mb/s to 80 Mb/s may not be enough to provide for all the IP Applications offered near term or in the future.” 2.7 TVs per household - US Housing survey DVR per households 6M in 2004 11M in 2005 15M in 2007 – Forrester Research 04-08 CAGR 53 % HDTV Penetration (M Households) Households (M) % TV Households Source: 2006 Lehman Brothers Consumer Bandwidth Requirements
  • 20. Questions? Thank You