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Surf Communication Solutions Surf Up Iwf

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Surf Communication Solutions provides of MoP (Media over Packet) Triple Play (Voice, Video, and Modem/Fax/Data) conversion solutions to communication equipment manufacturers. These solutions are …

Surf Communication Solutions provides of MoP (Media over Packet) Triple Play (Voice, Video, and Modem/Fax/Data) conversion solutions to communication equipment manufacturers. These solutions are provided in various integration levels: DSP software ; PTMC boards; DSP hardware/software; and PCI boards. http://www.surf-com.com

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    • 1. Surf IWF for GSM/UMTS Networks
    • 2. Presentation Highlights
      • IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview
      • IWF for GSM
      • IWF for UMTS
      • IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)
      • Diagnostics Tools for an IWF
      • Voice/Video Capabilities
      • SurfUP – Levels of Integration
      • IWF Customers
    • 3. Presentation Highlights
      • IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview
      • IWF for GSM
      • IWF for UMTS
      • IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)
      • Diagnostics Tools for an IWF
      • Voice/Video Capabilities
      • SurfUP – Levels of Integration
      • IWF Customers
    • 4. IWF Overview
      • The IWF (Inter-Working Function) connects the circuit-switched data paths of a Mobile Network with a Fixed Network (PSTN/ISDN)
      • The IWF is part of the MSC (Mobile Switching Center)
      • The IWF performs the media processing, while the MSC performs the call control
    • 5. IWF: Connecting Mobile and Fixed Networks MSC IWF Control Mobile Core Network PSTN Fax Machine Mobile Terminal IUT-T V. Standards ETSI / 3GPP Standards Mobile Radio Network PSTN/ISDN 3.1K Audio Modem ISDN Modem
    • 6. Presentation Highlights
      • IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview
      • IWF for GSM
      • IWF for UMTS
      • IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)
      • Diagnostics Tools for an IWF
      • Voice/Video Capabilities
      • SurfUP – Levels of Integration
      • IWF Customers
    • 7. IWF for GSM
      • Data goes from side-to-side within the DSP (application level is for configuring and monitoring)
      • Data rates up to 14,400bps
        • On the Mobile Side (up to 14,400bps)
          • Mobile rate adaptation schemes, as defined by ETSI
          • RLP Version 0
        • On the Fixed-Network side
          • Modem: V.34 and fallbacks, V.42/V.42bis and fallbacks
          • ISDN rate adaptation schemes
      • 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) Transparent Fax, including mobile-to-mobile calls
    • 8. GSM IWF – Fax Call Example MSC IWF Control Mobile Core Network PSTN Fax Machine Mobile Terminal 1. Mobile terminal initiates a Teleservice FAX3 call to a PSTN Fax 2. The MSC configures one IWF circuit: A-TRAU on the MS, V.17 on the NW 4. The IWF synchronized towards the Fixed NW Fax (V.17) 3. The IWF synchronized towards the mobile terminal (A-TRAU) 5. Fax transmission (3GPP TS 43.045 / GSM 03.45) from the Mobile Station to the Fixed NW Fax ITU-T V.17 ETSI A-TRAU Fax transmission goes through the IWF Mobile Radio Network PSTN/ISDN 3.1K Audio Modem ISDN Modem
    • 9. Fixed Network Protocol Stack
      • ISDN: RDI and V.42bis over V.120 support are roadmap features
      M O D E M F A X I S D N ALaw/MuLaw V.34 and Fall-backs V.42/ Alternate Protocol V.42bis/MNP5 ALaw/MuLaw V.17, V.29, V.27ter, V.21 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) V.110 / V.120 (UDI)
    • 10. Mobile Side Protocol Stack M O B I L E L2R RLP Versions 0 or RA0 (Asynch to Synch) or None Modified V.110, A-TRAU
    • 11. Full IWF for GSM Protocol Stack UDI V.110, V.120 I S D N V.34 and Fall-Backs ECDC M O D E M Modified V.110, A-TRAU V.17, V.29, V.27ter,V.21 Media Processing Signaling RLP V.0 or RA0 or None Towards Mobile side and fixed Network Side Applications 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) F A X M O B I L E DSP C64x Host FAX ISDN MODEM MOBILE
    • 12. Presentation Highlights
      • IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview
      • IWF for GSM
      • IWF for UMTS
      • IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)
      • Diagnostics Tools for an IWF
      • Voice/Video Capabilities
      • SurfUP – Levels of Integration
      • IWF Customers
    • 13. IWF for UMTS
      • Surf IWF for UMTS supports:
      • Mobile rate adaptation schemes defined by ETSI, including:
        • HSCSD (High Speed Circuit Switched Data), and
        • 3G connectivity (A-TRAU’)
      • V.90 and fallback modem standards on a Fixed Network
      • ISDN rate adaptation schemes
      • 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) Transparent Fax, including mobile-to-mobile calls
      • Data goes from side-to-side within the DSP (application level is for configuring and monitoring)
    • 14. Fixed Network Protocol Stack
      • ISDN: RDI and V.42bis over V.120 support are roadmap features
      M O D E M F A X I S D N ALaw/MuLaw V.90 and Fall-backs V.42/ Alternate Protocol V.42bis/MNP5 ALaw/MuLaw V.17, V.29, V.27ter, V.21 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) V.110 / V.120 (UDI)
    • 15. Mobile Side Protocol Stack M O B I L E V.42bis, L2R RLP Versions 0, 1, 2 or RA0 (Asynch to Synch) or None A-TRAU’ Modified V.110, A-TRAU (With HSCSD Support)
    • 16. Full IWF for UMTS Protocol Stack UDI V.110, V.120 I S D N V.90 and Fall-Backs ECDC M O D E M Modified V.110, A-TRAU (HSCSD) V.17, V.29, V.27ter,V.21 Media Processing Signaling V.42bis/RLP V. 0, 1, 2 or RA0 Towards Mobile side and fixed Network Side Applications A-TRAU’ 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) F A X M O B I L E DSP C64x Host FAX ISDN MODEM MOBILE
    • 17. Presentation Highlights
      • IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview
      • IWF for GSM
      • IWF for UMTS
      • IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)
      • Diagnostics Tools for an IWF
      • Voice/Video Capabilities
      • SurfUP – Levels of Integration
      • IWF Customers
    • 18. IWF as Part of an NGN: Delivering the TDM Through the IP NW Gateway Gateway TDM Towards PSTN/ISDN TDM Towards PLMN TDM is Packed as an RTP Payload
      • The TDM from the PSTN/ISDN and PLMN networks is packed as a RTP/UDP/IP payload
      • The IWF in this configuration contains:
        • Mobile side
        • Fixed-Network side
        • The front-ends to the IWF: VoIP Clear-Channel data (RFC 4040), sends/receives the TDM to/from the IP NW
      Mobile Terminal TDM is Packed as an RTP Payload IWF, as part of an NGN, provides End-to-End connectivity Dedicated IP Network Host IWF Control Mobile Core Network 3.1K Audio Modem
    • 19. Presentation Highlights
      • IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview
      • IWF for GSM
      • IWF for UMTS
      • IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)
      • Diagnostics Tools for an IWF
      • Voice/Video Capabilities
      • SurfUP – Levels of Integration
      • IWF Customers
    • 20. Built-in Tools
      • Radio-Link Simulation
        • Simulates Radio-Link delay and handover effect on the TDM
        • Particularly helpful in system integration and verification phases
      • SurfDetect
        • Enables the gathering of real-time binary and textual streaming diagnostics from multiple DSPs located on systems installed in the field
        • Used for Deployed Systems
      For System Integration and Verification Phases For Deployed Systems
    • 21. Complementary Tool
      • SurfInsight
        • An expert system for decoding and analysis of Fax, Modem, Mobile Rate-Adaptation schemes and RLP
        • A “must” tool for an IWF application – can indicate the problematic side (Fixed network or Mobile side)
        • Used for System Verification Phase and for Deployed Systems
      For System Verification Phase and for Deployed Systems
    • 22. Presentation Highlights
      • IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview
      • IWF for GSM
      • IWF for UMTS
      • IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)
      • Diagnostics Tools for an IWF
      • Voice/Video Capabilities
      • SurfUP – Levels of Integration
      • IWF Customers
    • 23. Video and Voice Capabilities
      • SurfUP voice capabilities include an impressive list of supported vocoders for the IP and mobile networks:
        • G.711, G.726, G.723.1a, G.729ab, G.729e, G.728
        • GSM-NB-AMR, GSM-FR, GSM-HR, GSM-EFR, Q-CELP13, EVRC, SMV
        • Roadmap: G.722.2 (WB-AMR)
      • SurfUP is also a video gateway system, supporting different video codecs and protocols for the mobile, PSTN and IP networks
        • The logical termination point (to the PSTN/ISDN or IP) for a 3G-324M, a video mobile circuit-switched protocol, is within an IWF
    • 24. Presentation Highlights
      • IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview
      • IWF for GSM
      • IWF for UMTS
      • IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)
      • Diagnostics Tools for an IWF
      • Voice/Video Capabilities
      • SurfUP – Levels of Integration
      • IWF Customers
    • 25. SurfUP Levels of Integration: Chip Level
      • STP-12 (based on C6412@720MHz)
        • Density:
          • Density of Full IWF Circuits, each one of them is capable of running both data and Fax Group 3 services.
          • 15 Full IWF Circuits for both UMTS and GSM.
          • 18 Full IWF Circuit for GSM only.
        • Supports simultaneous TDM  IP I/F for VOIP gateway
        • SurfDetect real-time streaming diagnostics from DSP
        • Open Framework for integration of customer technology
        • Same software can run also on other C64x based TI DSPs
      DSP Chip-Level Solution C64x-based
    • 26. SurfUP Levels of Integration: Board Level
      • SurfAce-112
        • Form Factor: PCI
        • Number of STP-12 DSPs: 1 on board/2,4 or 8 with daughter card
        • Interfaces:
          • Ethernet
          • E1/T1 (optional)
          • PCI
          • H.100
        • Density:
          • Number of DSP’s * density of single STP-12
        • Software features: same as STP-12
      Board-Level Solution
    • 27. SurfUP Levels of Integration: Board Level
      • SurfRider-812/PTMC
        • Form Factor: PTMC (cPCI mezzanine)
        • Number of STP-12 DSPs: 2,4,or 8
        • Interfaces:
          • Ethernet
          • PCI
          • H.100
        • Density:
          • Number of DSP’s * density of single STP-12
        • Software features: same as STP-12
      Board-Level Solution
    • 28. Presentation Highlights
      • IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview
      • IWF for GSM
      • IWF for UMTS
      • IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)
      • Diagnostics Tools for an IWF
      • Voice/Video Capabilities
      • SurfUP – Levels of Integration
      • IWF Customers
    • 29. Current Deployed IWF Customers
      • The SurfIWF solution has already been deployed and tested in major accounts:
        • 6 years deployment with a major customer on C54xx DSP
        • 4 years deployment with a major customer on both C62xx and C64xx DSPs
        • 3 years deployment with a major customer using C62xx DSP. The acceptance tests covered all the major ETSI IWF-related standards
        • New major IWF customer using TI next-generation DSP
        • New major IWF customer using the SurfRider-812/PTMC
        • New IWF customer using the SurfAce-112/PCI
        • New IWF for GSM customer using the SurfAce-112/PCI
    • 30. Thank You www.surf-com.com