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Driving Networks Forward to a Hyperconnected World

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Driving Networks Forward to a Hyperconnected World presented by Jiro Otsuki - Fujitsu Limited. Bringing an ICT platform with computing, networking and front-edge together for network-wide optimization, moving to the need of a Hyperconnected World.

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Driving Networks Forward to a Hyperconnected World

  1. 1. Copyright 2015 QuEST Forum. All Rights Reserved. 1 Driving Networks forward to a Hyperconnected World Jiro Otsuki Corporate Executive Officer EVP, Head of Network Business Group Fujitsu Limited 2015 APAC Best Practice Conference April 14, 2015 1
  2. 2. Fujitsu at a Glance • Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan • President: Masami Yamamoto • Established: Jun 1935 • Revenue: $46.6 billion • R&D Expenditure: $2.5 billion 80years A rich history of Innovation FORTUNE named Fujitsu as “one of the World's Most Admired Companies” for a third consecutive year. 100+Data Centers 180+countries On site service Global service desk 48regions 30+languages #1 in Japan #4globally 160thousand employees IT Service 2
  3. 3. Fujitsu’s QuEST Forum Leadership  Fujitsu is a charter member of QuEST Forum  Among first TL9000 registrants  Participated on QuEST Forum Executive Board since 2000  Hosted first APAC conference in Yokohama (6/2000)  Provided Workgroup leadership for several years  Helped QuEST Forum growth in APAC region  Continue to be a major sponsor of key events  Participated on NFV Strategic Initiative Team 3
  4. 4. A Hyperconnected World 4
  5. 5. (# of Users/Devices) 50B Internet of Things 2020 The rise of connections • IoT & big data bring huge growth potential to the global economy 1M 1960 10B 2010 Mobile Internet 1B 2000 Desktop Internet 100M 1990 PC 10M 1980 Mini computer Main frame 5
  6. 6. Digital Transformation Digital 6
  7. 7. Digital Transformation Digital Digitalized 7
  8. 8. Digitalization impacts Hard Wired Software controlled Flexibility Months Days Speed Smart Machine Auto- mation Intelligence 8
  9. 9. Digitalization impacts Hard Wired Software controlled Flexibility Months Days Speed Smart Machine Auto- mation Intelligence 9
  10. 10. Digitalization impacts Hard Wired Software controlled Flexibility Months Days Speed Smart Machine Auto- mation Intelligence 10
  11. 11. Digitalization impacts Hard Wired Software controlled Flexibility Months Days Speed Smart Machine Auto- mation Intelligence 11
  12. 12. A new paradigm is emerging Greater Value Craftsmanship Era Industrial Era Hyperconnected Era  People focused  Low scale  Specialized,High cost  Standalone  Assets focused  High scale  Standardized,Low cost  Value Chain  People focused  High scale  Specialized,Low cost  Digital Ecosystem 12
  13. 13. A new paradigm is emerging Greater Value Craftsmanship Era Industrial Era Hyperconnected Era  People focused  Low scale  Specialized,High cost  Standalone  Assets focused  High scale  Standardized,Low cost  Value Chain  People focused  High scale  Specialized,Low cost  Digital Ecosystem 13
  14. 14. A new paradigm is emerging Greater Value Craftsmanship Era Industrial Era Hyperconnected Era  People focused  Low scale  Specialized,High cost  Standalone  Assets focused  High scale  Standardized,Low cost  Value Chain  People focused  High scale  Specialized,Low cost  Digital Ecosystem 14
  15. 15. Greater Value Craftsmanship Era Industrial Era Hyperconnected Era  People focused  Low scale  Specialized,High cost  Standalone  Assets focused  High scale  Standardized,Low cost  Value Chain  People focused  High scale  Specialized,Low cost  Digital Ecosystem A new paradigm is emerging 15
  16. 16. The old ways are no longer adequate  Standalone  Led by specialists  Waterfall (slow)  Closed  High setup cost Value chain Digital Ecosystem  Connect people, information and infrastructure  Led by anyone  Agile  Open  Low setup cost Traditional Innovation New Type of Innovation 16
  17. 17. Human Centric Innovation • Connect people with digital information and physical things and infrastructure to empower people and to create business and social value. Human Empowerment Connected Infrastructure People Information Infrastructure Creative Intelligence 17
  18. 18. The Journey Bring together People Information and Infrastructure Co-create value in Digital Ecosystem Individual Enterprise Empower people Industry & Public Sector Human Centric Intelligent Society Shape Mesh Digital Ecosystems co-creating diverse value A roadmap for growth Human Centric Innovation 18
  19. 19. Two Worlds: SoR and SoE Limited number of users Fixed scale Rigid, Secured Internet Business Intelligence Known process, Process driven Structured data Huge number of users Variable scale Flexible, Agile Internet of Things Big Data Intelligence Unknown process, Data driven Unstructured data Systems of Record Systems of Engagement 19
  20. 20. Hyperconnected System Digital Business Platform Transaction Applications Engagement Applications  Connect and shape digital ecosystems with open interfaces (API’s)  Align SoR and SoE  Open-standard based  Enable Internet of Things  Built-in Security Connected Infrastructure Cross Industrial Digital Ecosystems 20
  21. 21. Software-Defined Connected Infrastructure Hyper Connected world Create Value through Integration New Value from Information Mobility and Empowerment Network-wide Optimization Integrated Computing On-demand Everything Security and Business Continuity Software- Defined Connected Infrastructure Big DataIntegration Mobility Computing Security Cloud 21
  22. 22. ICT Evolution • Information technology and Communication Technology convergence toward network-wide distributed computing 22
  23. 23. Networking - WAN - Networking - WAN - Network-wide Distributed Computing • Fujitsu bringing computing, networking and front-edge together as an ICT platform for network-wide optimization FUJITSU Intelligent Networking and Computing Architecture Computing - Data Centers - Front-edge - Smart Devices - Management and Control Distributed Service Platform The best in class QoE End to End On-demand Optimization Physical Resources Virtual Resources 23
  24. 24. Networking - WAN - SDN/NFV Products, “Virtuora” • FUJITSU Network Virtuora Series have been launched in 2014 for Wide Area Network Automation&Cost Reduction Business Agility Migration Scalability&Reliability Multi-vendor&Standard FUJITSU Intelligent Networking and Computing Architecture Computing - Data Centers - Front-edge - Smart Devices - Management and Control Distributed Service Platform The best in class QoE End to End On-demand Optimization Physical Resources Virtual Resources FUJITSU Network Virtuora Series 24
  25. 25. • Enable Dynamic Network Optimization Driving Dynamic and Elastic Networksmulti-layer Smart Devices(Front) Wireless Transport Packet Service control Virtual network BroadOne (Base station) BroadOne (Femto) Virtuora SN-V FLASHWAVE(Optical transport) Network virtualizing node EPC IMS S/P GW Virtuora NC Wide-Area virtual network operations-control and management Virtuora QM Network quality management (40Gbps Full Packet Capture Planned) Customer portal Data center On-demand EPC: Evolved Packet Core IMS: I Multimedia Subsystem S/P GW: Serving/Packet data network Gateway 25
  26. 26. Service Function Chaining empowered by Virtuora NC Customer A: Office1 Customer A: Office2 Customer B Access NetworkAccess NetworkAccess Network Service Pool FW IDS Service Provider: Site B Service Pool FW IDS Service Provider: Site A Tunnel (LSP) Service Provider Core Network Site D Site C Internet SW SW Customer Portal Customer A: Operator Virtuora NC Service/Network/Device Information Models defined by using YANG FW: Fire Wall IDS: Intrusion Detection System SW: Switch • Commercially Available Service started in Summer of 2014 • Service Modeling capability for New Network Services by maximizing SDN Programmability Virtualization of Network Resources Standardization of Platform/Process (Modeling) Automation of provisioning with SDN Programmability Creation of On-Demand Network Services IDSFW 26
  27. 27. Fast Delivery of new Network Services Diversity Demanding Customers Increasing Expectations of Software Expanding Digital Competitions Fast Delivery of new Network Services  Deliver quickly to prove out business ideas and innovations of Network  Deliver more digital business products, services and channels for IoT  Deliver fast to keep pace with fads, market shifts and opportunities • Driving Fast Delivery Delivery Platforms Delivery Models Quality Models Continuous Integration Continuous Delivery Continuous Service Improvement 27
  28. 28. Network DevOps Plan and Business Model Design and Code Source Control and Build Deveop -ment Testing and Verification Release and Deploy Execute and Monitor Analyze and Optimize Discover and Policy Model Operations Business Agility with Carrier Grade Quality • Introducing IT DevOps with maximizing SDN/NFV programmability Big Data Analytics QoE Optimization NFV Orchestration, SDN Control Visualization Open APIs, SDK Service Creation Dev Ops 28
  29. 29. Hyperconnected World FUJITSU’s values Modernization for Continuous Growth Traditional Network Systems Software-Defined Network Systems Efficiency(Kaizen) Innovation Migration with maximizing existing systems capabilities Pursuit of Quality, Efficiency and Practical Use of existing assets for both of IT and CT Businesses FUJITSU’s Strength 29
  30. 30. Our Vision Digital World Analytics • Bringing an ICT platform with computing, networking and front-edge together for network-wide optimization, moving to the need of a Hyperconnected World Physical World Navigation Big Data 30
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