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  • 1. Developing a ComprehensiveCarrier EthernetBusiness Portfolio
    Presented by Kuncoro Wastuwibowo
    APAC Congress / Carrier Ethernet World
    Hong Kong, 02 December 2010
  • 2. Indonesia in Brief
  • 3. Indonesia: A Brief Review
  • 4. Opportunities!
  • 5. Telkom Indonesia
    The largest full-service network provider in Indonesia.
    >90% in PSTN
    50% in mobile (GSM/3GPP suite, CDMA 2000 1x)
    Public-owned corp:
    Government of Indonesia 52.5%
    Public 47.5%
    Market cap 190.5T (IDR)
    9.43% of total market cap at IDX
    Forbes 684
    Also: Asia Pacific Service Provider of the Year (Frost & Sullivan)
  • 6. Long Term Strategies
  • 7. Regulation Issues
  • 8. Consumer
    Affordability
    QoS
    Security
    Policy and Regulation
    Interoperability
    Government Program
    Sustainability
    Economy growth
    Interconnection
    Industries / Operators
    Nation
    Regulatory Objectives
  • 9. Law & Regulatory Bodies
  • 10. Regulatory Approaches
  • 11. Convergence
  • 12. Previous Convergence
  • 13. Toward IP Network
    13
  • 14. Location
    Authentication
    Customer ID
    Secure Tunnel
    QoS Tunnel
    Communication Setup
    Filtering
    Service plane
    Control plane
    Packet switched backbone network
    Packet switched backbone network
    Transport plane
    Packet-switched network
    ATM network
    IP network
    PSTN
    Broadcast network
    Circuit switched network
    Wireless circuit switched
    Wireline circuit switched
    Wireline packet switched
    Wireless packet network
    Access plane
    Typical Network Architecture
  • 15. User’s View of Services
    User:
    Admin
    Service
    Networks
    Personalised
    Services
  • 19. Web, Media, User Connections
    IT Domain
    Telco Domain (IMS)
    Application
    Application
    Application
    Application
    Application
    Layer
    Application
    Layer
    Web Servers
    Data Servers
    AS, Parlay
    Service
    Layer
    Execution
    Middleware
    Control
    Layer
    SS7
    SIP / IMS
    OSS / BSS Platforms
    Data Centres
    Server Networks
    IP / MPLS / SDH / WDM
    Infrastructure
    Layer
    Transport
    Layer
    DSL, Cable, PSTN, Mobile
    Access
    Layer
    Horisontal Layers: Telco vs IT
  • 20. Digital Business: IT Domain & Telco Domain
    Multimedia: Many services with fast TTM and viable business services
    IT Domain:
    Many services, Short TTM, Few viable business model (other than advertising)
    Proliferation
    Telco Domain: Few services generating high but declining revenue. Has bill access, subcriber mgmt, QoS, etc
    Revenue
  • 21. Web 2.0
    Web, Media, User Connections
    IT Domain
    Telco Domain (IMS)
    Application
    Application
    Application
    Application
    Application
    Layer
    Application
    Layer
    SOA
    Web Servers
    Data Servers
    AS, Parlay
    Service
    Layer
    Execution
    Middleware
    SDF
    /SDP
    Control
    Layer
    SS7
    SIP / IMS
    OSS / BSS Platforms
    Data Centres
    Server Networks
    IP / MPLS / SDH / WDM
    Infrastructure
    Layer
    Transport
    Layer
    DSL, Cable, PSTN, Mobile
    Access
    Layer
    +SDP
  • 22. Web & IT Applications
    Telecom Applications
    OSS/BSS
    Service Enablers
    Service Creation & Execution
    Service Exposure
    Service Orchestration & Management
    Telecom Network Access
    Applications
    Service Delivery Platform
    SDP Structure
    PSTN
    Mobile
    DSL
    IPTV
    BWA
    Network
  • 23. Web 2.0
    3rd Party Content & Application
    IT Centric Part
    Common Enablers
    OSS / BSS
    Service Orchestration
    3rd Party Gateway
    Content Administration
    Map interface
    Order mgmt
    Security
    Content Discovery
    SOA Registry
    SOA Governance
    Policy Administration
    Device Independence
    Identity mgmt
    Service provisioning
    Enterprise Service Bus
    Location / presence
    Charging & billing
    Network Centric Part
    Messaging
    Customer self care
    App
    App
    App
    App
    App
    App
    OSS / BSS Gateway
    Customer data
    Customer care
    Service Brokering
    IVR
    Service monitoring
    Network Abstraction
    Protocol & Resource Adaptors
    Online charging
    Service assurance
    Devices
    Network
    PC
    Mobile
    TV
    IMS Client
    PSTN
    Mobile
    DSL
    IPTV
    IMS
    SDP-Centric Framework Integration
  • 24. IP/MPLS Backbone
    CS Backbone
    Evolution Towards NGN
    SDP
    Applications
    OSS/BSS
    Platforms
    Control
    Interworking
    TGW/SGW
    QoS & Security
    Carrier Metro Ethernet
    MGW
    MGW
    New FTTX
    PSTN
    PSTN w/ MSAN
    Mobile
    MGW
    ATM / ADSL
    Carrier Ethernet XDSL
    Broadband Mobile
    Regulations
    Multimedia
    Services
  • 25. Architecture 2014
    IPTV Server
    DWDM
    Softs witches
    Core Routers
    Optical Packet
    Backbone
    Access Server
    Optical Packet
    Metro
    Metro Ethernet 10Gb/s
    SDP
    Service
    POP
    Metro Ethernet
    1Gb/s
    Metro Ethernet
    1Gb/s
    GPON
    MSAN
    WiMAX
  • 26. Indonesia Target on 2014
    Packet Switched Services
  • 27. Problems with Convergence
    Losing Main Revenue
  • 28. Short Term & Long Term Issues
  • 29. Essential Steps
  • 30. Converged Regulation by 2014
  • 31. Regulatory Work Plan (1)
  • 32. Regulatory Work Plan (2)
  • 33. Regulatory Work Plan (3)
  • 34. Regulatory Work Plan (4)
  • 35.
  • 36. The World in Your Hand
  • 37. Authors