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TOT_Dr.Kamthon_3_1.ppt

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  1. 1. TOT to NGN By Dr. Kamthon Waithayakul EVP, Office of Engineering TOT Plc. 1
  2. 2. British Telecom: Moving to 21CN From this: To this:  Today – customers must connect to multiple networks to get what they want  Tomorrow – customers connect 2 how they wish, services
  3. 3. France Telecom: one IT & network Shared Information System Service Platforms Control Layer Gigabit Ethernet IP / MPLS Backbone Transmission Customer Aggregation Core/Backbone networks Access Network One IT & Network is our strategy toward NExT objectives 3
  4. 4. TOT’s exiting network SCP SMS SCE I PSTN & ISDN SSP N STP STP STP STP E X NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC E X NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC E E E E E E E X X X X X X X NSC E E E E E E E E E E E E X X X E X X X X X X X X X E E X X X IP Metro LAN Gate ATM Way ISP BRAS DDN DDN SDH 4
  5. 5. Standard NGN Architecture 3rd Party Application Providers Service Network Management / NG-OSS / BSS Value Voice Data Content Wholesale Added Services Services Services Services Services Service Control functions Other Networks Security / QoS Transport Transport Control functions IP/MPLS Transport Edge functions Copper Access Fibre Access Wireless Access Mobility (MSAN) (PTP, PTMP) (WiMAX, WiFi) (2G/3G) CPE CPE CPE CPE
  6. 6. Technology for the ONE service layer Industry standard architecture Fixed Voice plus Fixed Voice, Broadband Fixed Voice, Broadband, Broadband and Multi-Media and Multi-Media and Services Mobile Build a NGN to Build a NGN to deliver fixed deliver voice and Build a NGN to deliver and mobile voice and multi- media services. broadband voice and multi-media services services Have an access-agnostic architecture Add Web 2.0 services Have an integrated services from hosting centres architecture Soft-switch / H248 Soft-switch /SIP IMS Where the vendors Sensible if moving to mobile are going
  7. 7. TOT’s Future Network Network management OSS Conference Video/ Presence Server Applications Email MMS Music Gaming Web Policy Portal Control IMS SoftSwitch NMS Core QoS TOT IP Enabled Telephone IP CORE Mobile-IP/ Network PSTN GPRS MG/TG PBX computer Access METRO LAN WiMax SG SS7 MSAN Home Gateway / Customer Premises Home Gateway TV Set Game 7 top P Console C Video Phone
  8. 8. A practical initial implementation Legacy Networks Service Node 3rd Party User IN ENUM Applications Data RCU Interworking Exch SME Consumer VoIP VoIP Other Hosting APP Voice APP APP Centre Soft-switch (IPTV DSLAM Core Session Control ICT) BGW IP H.248 MGW Base band POTS NTE MSAN SBC IP BRAS Softphone Backhaul Internet Core MGW PSTN Vision Service Service Edge Edge
  9. 9. Future implementation Service Node IN ENUM 3rd Party User Applications Data Consumer VoIP PSTN Mobile Hosting APP Centre (IPTV Core Session Control ICT) BGW IP H.248 Base band POTS NTE MSAN SBC IP BRAS Softphone Backhaul Internet Core MGW PSTN Vision Service Service Edge Edge
  10. 10. Access Network 3G Access Node Mobile)/WiMA X Street MSAN xDSL Copper MSAN GE xDSL for Voice FTTN and Data (ADSL) PTP PTMP e.g. GPON Fibre / Ethernet Fibre for Enterprise
  11. 11. MSAN 11
  12. 12. MINI DSLAM 12
  13. 13. Access Network 3G Access Node Mobile)/WiMA X Street MSAN xDSL Copper MSAN GE xDSL for Voice FTTN and Data (ADSL) PTP PTMP e.g. GPON Fibre / Ethernet Fibre for Enterprise
  14. 14. Conclusion 14

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