Bandwidth Exchange                                            Delivering cloud network resources profitably          © 201...
Business Problem           Service Providers are losing revenue to Over-The-            Top delivery           Cloud Com...
Solution               Data Centres aggregate lots of demand to the same location – the                “unshared” part of...
Bandwidth Exchange – Description of the Service                    OPERATOR RESOURCES                                     ...
The Components – High Level View          © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 5                      www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
NSN                                                                                                                CloudSt...
CloudStreet                          Publish Capacity                                             Request Capacity        ...
First Derivatives Trading Exchange                                                                  Pricing Engine        ...
First Derivatives Trading Exchange GUI          © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 9                          www.tmforum.orgv2...
Cashflow Forecasting          © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 10         www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
Amartus Service Commander          © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 11               www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
Optical Packet Switch & Transport      •          Single switch deployed as a distributed ring                 architectur...
Benefits           Network can be traded as a financial instrument              Bandwidth on demand is delivered via tra...
Outputs           “Proof of Concept that Bandwidth can be traded as            a Commodity              Over the Counter...
Bandwidth Exchange          © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 15        www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
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  • TMF MTOSI interface for Service Inventory, Catalog and Activation (Provisioning)
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    1. 1. Bandwidth Exchange Delivering cloud network resources profitably © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 1 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    2. 2. Business Problem  Service Providers are losing revenue to Over-The- Top delivery  Cloud Computing distributes resources to discrete parts of the network  Bandwidth becomes a commodity  Can resources of Network, Compute & Storage be linked?  Current Carriers Operational Support Systems are designed for internal use and lack the automation needed for third party on-demand provisioning.  To trade network resources standards for “Tradable Units” and “Network Delivery” need to be defined. © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 2 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    3. 3. Solution  Data Centres aggregate lots of demand to the same location – the “unshared” part of the network becomes very small (non existent for DCs employing virtualisation).  Data Centres have introduced on-demand services which creates a compelling use case for “on-demand” bandwidth.  Enterprise Cloud Services need reliable network connectivity to data centers, carriers are best positioned to offer this through simple on- demand provisioning APIs  Intune technology makes the optical transponder & switching very flexible – location on an Intune ring is virtually irrelevant.  Amartus platform enables fully automated service management & rapid integration across operator networks  Use financial instruments to trade bandwidth contracts:  Futures Contracts for Calendar Based Events  Spot Networks to meet immediate demand  Infrastructure providers can use income from futures contract to fund investment © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 3 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    4. 4. Bandwidth Exchange – Description of the Service OPERATOR RESOURCES 1 1 FIRST DERIVATIVES CLOUDSTREET TRADING ENGINE 2 Work flow 3 1. Operator publishes capacity on CloudStreet. Trading engine uses part of inventory to create predefined trading SERVICE COMMANDER products. 2. CloudStreet updates Service Inventory 4 on Amartus Service Commander 3. Trading engine picks-up connections and capacity from Service Inventory and NETWORK LAYER splits it easy tradable securities. 4. Service Commander provisions the network © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 4 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    5. 5. The Components – High Level View © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 5 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    6. 6. NSN CloudStreet CloudStreet MarketPlace Portal Portal Demand/supply OSS Module BSS Module CloudStreet CloudStreet Module • service Inventory • Data Charging OTC • publishing • order initiation Generation MarketPlace • offer/route finding • SLA processing • Iface to Billing Solution LBL Synchronization Ordering Process Automation Automation & Mediation, Transformation, Adaptation Mediation FM PM SLA Mgt. Ordering Billing Clearing OSS / BSS Connectivity products CPE. ACCESS TRANSIT EXCHANGE Network Infrastructure © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 6 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    7. 7. CloudStreet Publish Capacity Request Capacity © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 7 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    8. 8. First Derivatives Trading Exchange Pricing Engine Standardisation Price Creation of Contracts Liquidity Aggregation Order Submission Liquidity Providers/ Contract Position Management Customers Network Activation Providers Order Matching Order Management © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 8 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    9. 9. First Derivatives Trading Exchange GUI © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 9 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    10. 10. Cashflow Forecasting © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 10 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    11. 11. Amartus Service Commander © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 11 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    12. 12. Optical Packet Switch & Transport • Single switch deployed as a distributed ring architecture. • Virtualise optical capacity for shared utilisation. • Packet level granularity. • Transponders are shared for all destinations. • Don’t need a new transponder for a new destination. • Deterministic service performance. • Through advanced scheduling of packets. • Standards based interfaces  Data Plane - 10GE Client I/F  Management Plane  Web services/XML/http • Applications include  Metro Distribution & Aggregation  Content Distribution Networks  Data Centre Virtualisation • Benefits  Efficient optical network utilisation (full & constant reuse).  Very flexible optical connectivity & bandwidth.  Enabler for new business models e.g. Bandwidth Exchange/Trading. © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 12 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    13. 13. Benefits  Network can be traded as a financial instrument  Bandwidth on demand is delivered via trades for calendar based events  Bandwidth on demand can be spot priced via the market (Where price is more important than time)  Network can we aligned with other virtualised cloud resources to define an end-to-end service. © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 13 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    14. 14. Outputs  “Proof of Concept that Bandwidth can be traded as a Commodity  Over the Counter Trading compared to:  Futures and Spot Trading  Demo utilises “ RESTful Web Services” but MTOSI Service Catalog and Activation interfaces are also supported.  Unit of trade should also be standardised. © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 14 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1
    15. 15. Bandwidth Exchange © 2011 TeleManagement Forum | 15 www.tmforum.orgv2011.1

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