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  5. 5. Tutor ials 2008-09-2809:00-12:30 HYPERLINK From opacity to transparency via translucent optical Networks ,Maurice Gagnaire, ENST Paris, FranceAbstract:In existing opaque WDM networks, each optical channel is regenerated along its path from source to destination at each intermediate node. Address-lookup carried out in switching nodes is indeed achievable only in the electrical domain. The emergence of optical amplifiers in the mid 1990s has enabled to reduce considerably the number ofregeneration points in opaque networks. At the end of the same decade, the feasibility of various types of optical switches has been demonstrated. Four techniques are considered in this matter: optical cross-connects (OXC), optical circuit-switches (OCS), optical packet switches (OPS) and optical burst switches (OBS). The OXC technique assumes a manual configuration of the switching fabric for long term traffic demands. The OCS, OPS and OBS techniques are much more complex to develop since they require a signaling channel to reconfigure automatically the switching fabric. All these advances have enabled to consider the development of a new generation of optical networks in which ideally, the optical signal associated to each traffic demand is routed without any opto-electronic conversion. Such networks are qualified by transparent.Biography:Maurice Gagnaire is Professor at the Computer Science and Networks Department of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications (ENST) in Paris-France. His research activities are focused on core and access WDM networks planning and traffic engineering in the context of multi-layer networks. He is the author or co-author of about 60 technical papers in IEEE or IFIP conferences and journals. He has been co-guest editor of a special issue of the Computer Networks journal titled ŖOptical networks for new generation Internet and data communications systemsŗ (Elsevier, 2000) and of a special issue of the Proceedings of the IEEE titled ŖEvolution of Internet technologiesŗ (IEEE Press, September 2004). He is author of a book on access networks titled ŖBroadband local loops for high speed Internet accessŗ (Artech House-USA, 2003). A new book written with two of his former PhD students titled ŖFrom network planning to traffic engineering in translucent optical WDM networksŗ will be edited in 2007 by Springer-USA. He is author and co- author of two books in French, on xDSL access systems. He has been designated by the French Ministry of Research as the French representative to the European COST 291 action ŖOptical Digital Networksŗ in 2004. He has served as an expert in the field of access networks for the Flemish Government of Belgium (1998) and in the field of optical networks for the National Science Foundation (NSF) of the USA (2001, 2004). He has been chair of the Advanced Technologies Protocols for Optical Networks Symposium, within the IEEE Globecom conference in December 2006. He is in the steering committee of the IFIP ONDM conference. He is graduated from Institut National des Telecommunications in Evry and Pierre et Marie Curie University in Paris. He obtained his PhD from ENST in Paris-France (1992) and his Habilitation degree from the
  6. 6. University of Versailles-France (1999). He is a member of the IFIP WG 6.10 on Photonic Networking. HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/3 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=From opacity to transparency via translucent optical Networksdates=20080928T070000Z/20080928T103000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar HYPERLINK Efficiency of Peer-to-Peer Networks and Alternative Overlays for Content Delivery and Internet Service Provisioning ,Gerhard Hasslinger, T-Systems, GermanyAbstract: Among the basic features of peer-to-peer (P2P) networking applications are their ability • to exploit vacant resources (data, storage, computation power, bandwidth) distributed over user equipment, • to adapt to varying demands with scalability for huge communities, including dynamic flash crowds, • to include replication of data for predefined requirements in self- organizing schemes, • to build and manage overlays without or at a minimum of own network and server infrastructure and costs. In this way, P2P overlays facilitate new Internet services to be launched globally, in addition to well-known and popular P2P applications for file-sharing, content distribution, voice over IP and pod-/broadcasting of radio and TV. In the present phase, well established P2P approaches compete with content delivery networks (CDN) and alternative overlays in the deployment of future Internet services. Together with the efficiency of the distribution scheme, the user acceptance as well as the involvement of content, service and network providers will decide on the preferable schemes for support of Internet applications. While P2P solutions for file sharing and voice over IP are stabilizing in popularity, solutions for video streaming and IP TV as well as business applications via P2P are still under a challenging development. The tutorial will address the current development in P2P and concurrent overlays for service provisioning from the view of Internet service and network providers. It is structured into four main parts: • Principles and efficiency of P2P networking for different Internet applications • Measurement statistics on the Internet traffic mix and growth: Impact on network planning and management • Cross layer issues: Infrastructure for broadband Internet access and overlay networks • Established and evolving P2P services: Economic aspects and competition on future marketsBiography: INCLUDEPICTURE d http://www.networks2008.org/data/upload/image/Tutorials/Gerhard_Ha_linge r.JPG * MERGEFORMATINET Gerhard Haßlinger received his doctoral
  7. 7. degree and postdoctoral lecture qualification from Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany, where he was with the computer science department from 1984 Ŕ 1996. In 1996 he joined Deutsche Telekom / T-Systems starting as a consultant on reliable and secure communication for enterprises operating global networks. Since 1999 he works on the design of the Internet platform for integration and support of current and new Internet services, including traffic measurement and engineering. He is a delegate of Deutsche Telekom in the IETF and ETSI standardization in the area of fixed mobile convergence. In addition to the daily work from the view of an Internet service provider, he is continuing lectures at Darmstadt University and participating or heading research projects for the German research council, the European Union and Eurescom. In 2005 he headed the Eurescom project on The impact of peer-to-peer networking on network operators and ISPs. He is involved in the QuaP2P and SmoothIT projects related to P2P overlays at Darmstadt University. He is on the technical board of more than half a dozen telecommunication conferences including IEEE Peer-to-peerř08, IWQoS´08 and NGIř08. HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/4 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=Efficiency of Peer-to-Peer Networks and Alternative Overlays for Content Delivery and Internet Service Provisioningdates=20080928T070000Z/20080928T103000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar HYPERLINK IPv6 training ,János Mohácsi, NIIF, HungaryAbstract:The tutorial can provide training and practical information to those responsible for the installation, operation and maintenance of the networks, and also inform strategists/decision makers of the benefits of deploying IPv6. Biography:János Mohácsi graduated as a computer engineer from the Technical University of Budapest Faculty of Electrical Engineering in 1993. Then he worked as an assistant researcher and network and security manager at the Department of Control Engineering and Information Technology, Technical University of Budapest. Among several other projects, he has served as the leader of the TIPSTER6 IPv6 research program in Hungary. Later he joined DANTE, Cambridge, where he was working on EU FP6 GÉANT, the gigabit European academic network development project, especially in the fields of optical test and development, as well as in the areas of GÉANT multicast and monitoring services. In parallel, he has been active in further IPv6 related developments and he also played a major role in the WP1 activities (building and operating the IPv6 network) of the EU FP6 6NET project. He played important role as well as in development of curriculum of EU FP6 6DISS IPv6 support actions project, he actively participated in disseminating IPv6, network management and security knowledge. He served recently as a leader of a Hungarian campus IPv6 deployment project aiming of IPv6 development of campus and enterprise environment. Currently he is working for NIIF/HUNGARNET, Budapest as Head of Network Engineering and Development.
  8. 8. Mr. Mohácsi is member of the IETF IPv6 operation working group and co- author of the RFC4890 ŖRecommendations for Filtering ICMPv6 Messages in Firewallsŗ. HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/5 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=IPv6 trainingdates=20080928T070000Z/20080928T103000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar 14:00-17:30 HYPERLINK Fiber-to-the-X: Technologies Economics ,Mohamed El-Sayed, Alcatel-Lucent, USAAbstract:A number of developments over the past few years have changed the requirements for broadband access and the economics of broadband access technologies and fiber loops in particular. These changes include the introduction of IPTV, the rapid increase in Internet usage and emerging Internet applications, wireless broadband and the improving economics of fiber deployment. There are multiple options at the disposal of the operator to provide wireline broadband. They include ADSL2+/VDSL, EPON, GPON, Point-to-Point Ethernet and Active Ethernet However, a large number of parameters impact the relative economics of these technologies to the point where sometimes it is not intuitively clear where each technology proves in. The intent of this tutorial is to provide the audience with a good understanding of the FTTX technologies, their limitations and the factors that impact their economics. Even though the tutorial is focused on FTTX, we will also briefly address wireless technologies for broadband access including UMTS/HSDPA, WiMax, CDMA/EVDO,.etc which might be more suitable for deployment in certain cases. We also intend to cover the current status of Next Gen PON alternatives such as WDM PON, and 10G PON. The participants will be exposed to a complete analysis of the various technologies, their economics and how operators will decide which technology to deploy under what conditions.Biography:Mohamed El-Sayed is the manager of the Advanced Network Modeling Optimization group at Bell Labs Research, Alcatel-Lucent, in Murray Hill, New Jersey, USA. He has over 25 years of experience in the area of Telecommunications RD. He started his career in Bell Labs in the early eighties where he was involved in the architecture and design of packet switching systems and networks. He subsequently contributed to many areas in data communication including, TCP/IP, Satellite Communication, Virtual Private Networks, MPLS, VoIP, etc. He took on responsibilities in a variety of leadership roles in Research, Network Architecture, Systems Engineering, Network Design Optimization as well as Network Performance. Dr El-Sayedřs current interests include architecture and design of 3G 4G Wireless networks, IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and Applications, FTTN/FTTH, Intelligent Optical Networks, IPTV and Next Gen Transport networks based on Carrier-Grade Ethernet/VPLS and MPLS. He has consulted with executives of many Service Providers in N. America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, helping them with a variety of questions related to network evolution, technology introduction and network design and
  9. 9. optimization. He has published many papers in professional journals and conferences and was a recipient of many Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent and ATT awards. Dr El-Sayed holds a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering in addition to a B.Sc. and an M. Sc. in Electrical Engineering. HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/6 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=Fiber-to-the- X: Technologies Economicsdates=20080928T120000Z/20080928T153000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar HYPERLINK Focusing the study on wireless multihop networks ,Josep Paradells, Carles Gomez, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), SpainAbstract:Wireless mesh networks, mobile ad-hoc networks and wireless sensor networks are some of the names related to a more general concept that can be described as wireless multihop networks. Recently, the research community has devoted a lot of attention to this topic since now it may become applied in a general manner leaving the niche market it has had since its origins. Sometimes, the research community is overoptimistic about the application of this technology, and in fact, in the technology itself. This enthusiasm brings to unrealistic research scenarios and, so, to unrealistic models and conclusions. The topic of the tutorial is motivated for this feeling of lack of connection between reality and theory in the study of this kind of networks. The main ideas presented are based on practical experiences in using this technology and in some well known papers that cover the same issues. The tutorial starts with an introduction to some applications and the technologies available. From this point, different key aspects such as mobility, range, interference, metrics, routing or power consumption are presented considering different degrees of complexity and realism. The tutorial presents measurements from real systems (e.g. WLAN mesh networks and wireless sensor networks) related to range, packet losses, reconfiguration times and the effects of mobility. The tutorial is intended to focus the research in the area, avoiding too general scenarios that provide no clear solutions and to provide some reference behaviours and values to validate simulation or theoretical results.Biography:Josep Paradells Aspas is professor at the Technical University of Catalonia. He has been working in wireless communication and in particular in providing efficient Internet connectivity. As a result of the activity, he has authored or coauthored a significant number of publications and he has led several national and international projects. Some of the projects are related with multihop networks, in particular: two projects involving Vodafone and the i2CAT Foundation were developed in the area of wireless mesh networks, one project related to the municipality management using sensors networks and a couple more related to assistance and health care using sensor networks also. As teaching activity Josep Paradells has more than 15 years giving regular courses, post graduate courses and customized courses to attend specific
  10. 10. needs. He teaches seminars regularly in Colombia, Venezuela and Peru. Carles Gomez is assistant professor at the Technical University of Catalonia. He has been working in wireless communication and in particular in providing efficient Internet connectivity. As a result of the activity, he has authored or coauthored a significant number of publications. He has participated in several national and international projects. Some of the projects are related with wireless multihop networks, in particular: two projects involving Vodafone and the i2CAT Foundation were developed in the area of mesh networks. Carles Gomez has been teaching regular courses for over 6 years. HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/7 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=Focusing the study on wireless multihop networksdates=20080928T120000Z/20080928T153000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar HYPERLINK End to end IPTV Design and Implementation - How to avoid pitfalls? ,Siri Hewa, Ericsson, SwedenAbstract:What is IPTV ? End to end Network design and IPTV application design and execution. Single Topic, But multiple technical Platforms So many mistakes were done at Network planning level and Telcořs lack of IPTV operational part lead to platform break down and loss of customers from the service. Biography:Siri Hewa is Australian digital video technology developer, Mediaware, has appointed one of the worldřs leading digital video systems experts as its development director of broadcast and IPTV. Siri Hewa, former head of Ciscořs global broadcast and digital video practice, has held a number of significant business development and technical leadership roles with some of the worldřs most successful telco and broadcasting organisations. These include head of systems engineering for Star TV Hong Kong, head of visual communication for OTC and director of engineering for WIN TV. As chief architect of Optusř Network Systems Design Broadcast and Satellite TV operation, Hewa was responsible for creating and operating Optusř $47 million Pay TV Video Operations Centre. Former CTO AVS Broadcast, London. HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/8 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=End to end IPTV Design and Implementation - How to avoid pitfalls?dates=20080928T120000Z/20080928T153000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar 2008- 09-2909:00-12:30 HYPERLINK Carrier Ethernet Transport in Metro and
  11. 11. Core Networks ,Claus G. Gruber and Achim Autenrieth, Nokia Siemens Networks, GermanyAbstract:Global competition, the immense increase of packet traffic, and the introduction of interactive broadband services force network operators to adapt and optimize their transport network. The technological convergence and the evolution of circuit switched transport networks towards a common packet-based transport technology will change the way all types of traffic are being carried through the network. The total cost of ownership will be decreased through the introduction of new optimized network architectures while revenues will be increased by the introduction of new high-value services such as TV broadcast and video services. Right from the start, Ethernet technology has been a success story in local and metro networks. In the last few years it has become synonymous with simple, self-configurable, and cost-effective networks. It is within this framework that Ethernet is also becoming a feasible option to enable future transport networks. However, classical Ethernet technology lacks a number of characteristics that are required for transport networks. Therefore, a number of new Carrier Ethernet architectures and technologies are currently discussed in research and standardization. While some of the concepts rely on known Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) concepts like L2-MPLS and Transport MPLS (T-MPLS), two others, namely Provider Backbone Bridging Ŕ Traffic Engineering (PBB-TE) and Virtual LAN Cross-Connect (VLAN-XC) use connection-oriented methods based on Ethernet to establish tunnels. This tutorial gives an in-depth overview of transport requirements and discusses evolving Layer-2 technologies and architectures that provide the demanded flexibility, predictability, and carrier-grade quality for future connection-oriented packet transport networks. Biography: INCLUDEPICTURE d http://www.networks2008.org/data/upload/image/Tutorials/Claus_G_Gruber.J PG * MERGEFORMATINET Claus G. Gruber is a manager and research scientist at Nokia Siemens Networks, Munich, Germany. Division: Research Technology and Platforms, Network Technology, Network Control-Plane and Transport (RTP NT NCT). His main area of research focuses on next generation packet network architectures including Carrier Grade Ethernet (PBB-TE, T-MPLS), IP/MPLS, and WDM. He is mainly interested in networking concepts, traffic engineering and resilience, multilayer optimization, and network management and configuration of ubiquitous communication technologies. Prior to his work at NSN he was a member of the research and teaching staff at Munich University of Technology (TUM), Germany, where he received his Dipl.-Ing. and Dr.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering and information technology. Claus published about 20 articles in journals and conference proceedings and submitted about 15 invention reports in the field of routing, resilience, network planning, optimization and management that are currently under review at EU and US patent offices. Beginning of 1999 he started the development of a multi- layer network modeling and optimization program 'GRAPH' and co-founded a spin-off company in 2005. INCLUDEPICTURE d http://www.networks2008.org/data/upload/image/Tutorials/Achim_Autenrieth .JPG * MERGEFORMATINET Achim Autenrieth received his Dipl.-Ing. and Dr.-Ing. degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from the Munich University of Technology (TUM), Germany, in 1996 and 2003, respectively. From 1996 to 2003 he was member of the research and teaching staff at the Institute of Communication Networks at TUM. In January 2003 he joined Siemens Corporate Technology as Senior Research
  12. 12. Scientist. In January 2006 he changed to the department Fixed Networks, where he was working in the development of advanced concepts for multilayer optical transport networks. In April 2007 he changed to Nokia Siemens Networks, where he is working as manager of IP/Transport RD Management Innovations. His research interests are in the area of multilayer transport networks (OTN/DWDM, SDH/SONET, Ethernet/PBB-TE/T- MPLS, IP/MPLS), control plane protocols (ASON/GMPLS), network architecture evaluation, multilayer resilience and multilayer network design, routing and grooming. HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/9 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=Carrier Ethernet Transport in Metro and Core Networksdates=20080929T070000Z/20080929T103000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar HYPERLINK IP-Oriented QoS in the Next Generation Networks: application to wireless networks ,Pascal Lorenz, University of Haute Alsace, FranceAbstract:Emerging Internet Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms are expected to enable wide spread use of real time services such as VoIP and videoconferencing. The best effort Internet delivery cannot be used for the new multimedia applications. New technologies and new standards are necessary to offer Quality of Service (QoS) for these multimedia applications. Therefore new communication architectures integrate mechanisms allowing guaranteed QoS services as well as high rate communications. The service level agreement with a mobile Internet user is hard to satisfy, since there may not be enough resources available in some parts of the network the mobile user is moving into. The emerging Internet QoS architectures, differentiated services and integrated services, do not consider user mobility. QoS mechanisms enforce a differentiated sharing of bandwidth among services and users. Thus, there must be mechanisms available to identify traffic flows with different QoS parameters, and to make it possible to charge the users based on requested quality. The integration of fixed and mobile wireless access into IP networks presents a cost effective and efficient way to provide seamless end-to-end connectivity and ubiquitous access in a market where the demand for mobile Internet services has grown rapidly and predicted to generate billions of dollars in revenue. This tutorial covers to the issues of QoS provisioning in heterogeneous networks and Internet access over future wireless networks as well as ATM, MPLS, DiffServ, IntServ frameworks. It discusses the characteristics of the Internet, mobility and QoS provisioning in wireless and mobile IP networks. This tutorial also covers routing, security, baseline architecture of the inter-networking protocols and end to end traffic management issues. Biography:Pascal Lorenz received a PhD degree from the University of Nancy, France. Between 1990 and 1995 he was a research engineer at WorldFIP Europe and at Alcatel-Alsthom. He is a professor at the University of Haute-Alsace and responsible of the Network and
  13. 13. Telecommunication Research Group. His research interests include QoS, wireless networks and high-speed networks. He was the Program and Organizing Chair of the IEEE ICATM'98, ICATM'99, ECUMN'00, ICN'01, ECUMN'02 and ICT'03, ICN'04, PWC'05 conferences, symposium co-chair of ICC'06, Globecom'07, ICC'08, Globecom'08, ICC'09 and co-program chair of ICC'04. Between 2000 and 2006, he was Technical Editor of the IEEE Communications Magazine Editorial Board. He is the vice-chair of the IEEE ComSoc Communications Software Technical Committee and chair of the IEEE ComSoc Communications Systems Integration and Modelling Technical Committee. He is senior member of the IEEE, member of many international program committees and he has served as a guest editor for a number of journals including Telecommunications Systems, IEEE Communications Magazine and LNCS. He has organized and chaired several technical sessions and gave tutorials at major international conferences. He is the author of 3 books, 2 patents and 190 international publications in journals and conferences. HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/10 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=IP-Oriented QoS in the Next Generation Networks: application to wireless networksdates=20080929T070000Z/20080929T103000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar HYPERLINK Next Generation Network Techno-Economic Insights ,Santiago Andrés Azcoitia, Telefónica I+D, SpainAbstract:Next generation networks (NGN) introduce a disruption point for telecom operators and represent an additional step in the convergence process that telecom sector is facing in the last years. Are there so many differences in the economics for the new scenario? The tutorial will pinpoint major techno-economic issues that network and service operators are meeting in the current changing scenario, and several simple analysis will be presented in order to acquire an insight in the economics behind NGN. Topics include an overview of the different levels in the network, access, backhaul backbone issues as well as questions regarding optimal service provisioning. In each case, main cost drivers to be taken into account when constructing the cost model are presented. In addition, techno-economics behind market and network trends in each of the network stages are discussed: • In the access network, next generation access regulation in the European market is reviewed. Difference in economics of wireless and wireline are also outlined. • In the backhaul network, it will be discussed whether it should be a level-2 based or a level-3 based network, as well as backhaul convergence with access and/or backbone networks. • In the backbone, all optical switching and technologies taking advantage of DWDM as scalable architectures for current demand forecasts are studied. Finally, a brief discussion on cost models and cost allocation tecniques is given and afterwards NGN cost structure is discussed based on a
  14. 14. bottom-up NGN model based on the cost drivers which were appointed in the previous sections. The model is able to plan and calculate the cost for an NGN using a series of parameters such as the line demand, service demand by the users, network topology and cost and performance data for the technologies used to build the network. It will be shown the importance of economies of scale and scope, and a comparison with traditional cost structure of PSTN and data networks. In the end a conclusion including both technical view and economic drivers to NGN will be presented.Biography:Santiago Andrés Azcoitia. Telecommunication Engineer 2001. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Santiago entered Telefónica in 1999 working for the Network Planning Division on development of PSTN planning tools. In 2001 he joins the Network cost and analysis division where he leads a series of projects regarding cost modelling destinated to management and regulatory purposes for different Telefónica companies. He participates in ECOSYS CELTIC project and leads two end of degree project on techno economic analysis of fixed Ŕ mobile convergence and backhaul networks. He has experience as trainer in internal Telefónica courses on cost modelling and cost accounting. Currently he works for the Technology Analysis Division performing business modelling, business case and techno-economic studies of traditional and next generation network technologies. HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/11 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=Next Generation Network Techno-Economic Insightsdates=20080929T070000Z/20080929T103000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar 14:00-17:30 HYPERLINK Changing paradigms from bridged to carrier Ethernet ,Dimitri Papadimitriou, Alcatel-Lucent Bell, BelgiumAbstract:After introducing the evolution of carrier networks and the expected role of Ethernet in these environments, this tutorial will analyze the shortcomings of bridged Ethernet when moved into Carrier networks (i.e. the rationale and motivation for the transformation of the intrinsic nature of Ethernet). This tutorial will then provide an in- depth analytical assessment and comparison of the three technological trends in Carrier Ethernet (GELS, PBB-TE, and SPB) and their respective evolutions/paradigm compared to bridged Ethernet (MSTP). As these technologies are still evolving, this tutorial will explain the (known) open research challenges requiring further investigation for Ethernet to fulfill its expectations.Biography:Dimitri Papadimitriou joined in 2000 as Expert Research Engineer the Network Architecture team of the Central Research Center (CRC) of the Alcatel CTO where he was in charge of the multi-layer packet/optical network architecture. In 2004, he joined the Packet-Transport Infrastructure research team of the Alcatel Corporate CTO department. Since 2006, he works as Future Packet Networking Technology Director for the Alcatel Corporate CTO (now Alcatel-Lucent). His current areas of investigation are focused on Internet architectural evolutions, IP networks including routing system scalability, resiliency
  15. 15. and quality, traffic engineering, and congestion control. He authored numerous papers on routing, recovery, and performance of packet / multi- layer networks and was granted more than twenty patents. He is also actively involved in the standardization activities of the IRTF (Routing and Congestion Control RG), and IETF (Routing and Internet Area). He is currently involved in many European activities on Future Internet including IST projects such as FP7 EIFFEL and Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE). Dimitri Papadimitriou is a Distinguished Member of the Alcatel-Lucent Technical Academy (ALTA). HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/12 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=Changing paradigms from bridged to carrier Ethernetdates=20080929T120000Z/20080929T153000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar HYPERLINK NGN Architectures and its Management ,Idir Fodil, France Telecom RD, FranceAbstract:The tutorial focuses on providing an overview of the Next Generation Network Architectures and the OAM/OSS architectures developed by ETSI TISPAN in collaboration or based on 3GPP IMS Network Architecture, TISPAN is the ETSI core competence centre for fixed networks and for migration from switched circuit networks to packet-based networks with an architecture that can serve in both to create the Next Generation Network. Building upon the work already done by 3GPP in creating the SIP-based IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem), TISPAN and 3GPP are now working together to define a harmonized IMS-centric core for both wireless and wire line networks. This harmonized ALL IP network has the potential to provide a completely new telecom business model for both fixed and mobile network operators. Access independent IMS will be a key enabler for fixed/mobile convergence, reducing network installation and maintenance costs, and allowing new services to be rapidly developed and deployed to satisfy new market demands. NGN Release 1 was launched by TISPAN in December 2005, providing the robust and open standards that industry can use as a reliable basis for the development and implementation of the first generation of NGN systems. TISPAN is now working on Release 2, with a focus on IPTV, enhanced mobility, new services and content delivery with improved security and network management. In this tutorial, we will details the TISPAN NGN Architecture with all its subsystems, IMS Architecture, the NGN Services, and finally the management (OAM/OSS) architecture and solutions.Biography:Idir works in France Telecom on Network Management Standards (ETSI, 3GPP, TMF), and on SelfŔManageable NGN Networks (Autonomic). He received the B.Sc. in Computer Engineering, from the national institute national d'informatique, Algiers (Algeria), in 1998. He received the M.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines (France) in 2000. He also received a PhD Degree in Computer Science from the University of Paris VI in 2004. In 2000 and Until 2001 Idir FODIL worked as consultant for Alcatel on the 3GPP UMTS Core
  16. 16. Network. From 2001 to 2004, Idir FODIL works as Scientist Researcher in 6WIND Company, where he was involved in the design and development of policy based management architectures for heterogeneous networks. In 2005, Idir FODIL joins France Telecom RD, where he work on new generation networks (NGN) for the deployment of voice and video services. His areas of interests, are the session control multiple access network, mobility, and network and service management. He is active member in the standardization bodies, ETSI TISPAN, 3GPP, TMF and ITU-T. Idir FODIL participates in the edition of NGN Management standards, especially in ETSI TISPAN, where he is rapporteur of published standards (TS 188 001, TS 188 002-1, TS 188 002-2, and TS 188 002-3). HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/13 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=NGN Architectures and its Managementdates=20080929T120000Z/20080929T153000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar HYPERLINK Practical steps in techno-economic evaluation of network deployment planning ,Sofie Verbrugge, UGent/IBBTŔINTEC, BelgiumAbstract:The telecom market has become very competitive. Technical superiority is definitely not a guarantee for market success. Understanding the market, estimating expected costs and revenues and adjusting accordingly are some additional requirements. This tutorial aims at giving an overview of the techno-economic planning process of network deployment or migration. All steps are discussed indicating existing models and how they can be applied. We will study the entire flow, starting with a description of the existing situation and the required geographic, demographic, economic and legal information (step 1) and ending with an evaluation of the relevant output parameters such as profitability (step 3). Defining the rollout area Ŕ possibly divided in smaller regions Ŕ will be the starting point of step 2. A gradual rollout scheme can be used, e.g. starting in high-priority regions and evolving to the rest of the target area. As soon as the rollout scheme is determined, the number of customers for a particular service will be discussed based on different adoption model. Based on the estimations for the adoption, the revenue side will be discussed, consisting of both the calculation of direct (fees paid by customers) and indirect (additional value created for the companyoperator) revenues. A second part of step 2 considers the cost side and will get most attention. We will indicate how capital (capex) and operational expenditures (opex) can be considered jointly in a hierarchical cost modeling view. For process-related costs we will describe an activity- based model with reference to the ITU eTOM model. We will focus on fast cost estimations, given an accurate view based on the available input data. In step 3, different approaches towards techno-economic evaluation will be discussed. We will describe evaluation parameters and show how simulations can be used in order to get a better insight in the impact of the uncertainty on the planning outcome. Biography:Sofie Verbrugge
  17. 17. received M.Sc. degree in computer science engineering from Ghent University (Ghent, Belgium). Starting 2001, she is working in the department of Information Technology at the same university. She carried out research funded by a grant of the Institute for the promotion of Innovation through Science and Technology and obtained a Ph.D. in engineering for her work on ŖStrategic planning of optical networks in a dynamic and uncertain environmentŗ. She is currently working in the IBCN- group of the Department of Information Technology of Ghent University (headed by prof. Piet Demeester), as a researcher affiliated to the Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology (IBBT). Her main research interests include techno-economic aspects of telecom network planning, such as migration scenarios, investment decision techniques and capital as well as operational cost modelling. She has been involved in the European IST-LION and IST-NOBEL projects as well as in the ITEA-TBONES project. She is currently studying the access network migration process towards FTTH and she is working on the IWT- project COAST (Integrated Capital and Operational cost Analysis and Allocation for Services in a Telecom environment) and the COST-action 605 Econtel (A Telecommunications Economics COST Network). She is author or co-author of over 50 internal scientific publications, including 5 in journals included in the Science Citation Index (SCI). HYPERLINK http://www.networks2008.org/programs/export/14 Import event to my calendar HYPERLINK http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATEtext=Practical steps in techno-economic evaluation of network deployment planningdates=20080929T120000Z/20080929T153000Zdetails=NETWORKS 2008br / 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposiumbr / SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 2, 2008br / Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget Budapest, Hungarylocation=trp=falsesprop=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.networks2008.orgsprop =name:networks2008 t _blank Import event to google calendar # 1 2 o p • Ŕ = G H X = ? ñßȾñ¾±¾¡ñŘƒscVc¾ñ=¾ 0 • j hy» h%-¬ B* OJ QJ U ^J phkkk h%-¬ 0J •O J QJ ^J - h%-¬ •B* OJ QJ ^J phkkk - h%-¬ 0J 5 • •OJ QJ •^J h%-¬ •B* CJ aJ phkkk - h%-¬ •B* O J QJ ^J phÿT - h%-¬ 0J B* OJ QJ ^J phkkk h%-¬ 0J * OJ QJ ^J $ j h%-¬ B* OJ QJ U ^J phkkk h%-¬ B* OJ QJ ^J phÿT # h%-¬ B* CJ OJ QJ ^ J aJ ph(©Ç h%-¬ B* OJ QJ ^J phkkk Ŕ = H ` b
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  34. 34. ÿ •Ã h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / d a t a / u p l o a d / i m a g e / T u t o r i a l s / G e r h a r d _ H a _ l i n g e r . J P G ð €j $ $ If Ŕ òÿ!v h 5Ö • #v • :V Ŕ 6 ŗ ö • 6 ö - -ŗ- ,Ö 5Ö 3Ö 4Ö yt%-¬ å D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© t h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / p r o g r a m s / e x p o r t / 4 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« ‡ D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ƒ _ b l a n k ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m / c a l e n d a r / e v e n t ? a c t i o n = T E M P L A T E t e x t = E f f i c i e n c y o f P e e r - t o - P e e r N e t w o r k s a n d A l t e r n a t i v e O v e r l a y s f o r C o n t e n t D e l i v e r y a n d I n t e r n e t S e r v i c e P r o v i s i o n i n g d a t e s = 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 0 7 0 0 0 0 Z / 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 1 0 3 0 0 0 Z d e t a i l s = N E T W O R K S 2 0 0 8 b r / 1 3 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s N e t w o r k S t r a t e g y a n d P l a n n i n g S y m p o s i u m b r / S E P T E M B E R 2 8 - O C T O B E R 2 , 2 0 0 8 b r / D a n u b i u s H e a l t h S p a R e s o r t M a r g i t s z i g e t B u d a p e s t , H u n g a r y l o c a t i o n = t r p = f a l s e s p r o p = h t t p % 3 A % 2 F % 2 F w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g s p r o p = n a m e : n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« œ D d
  35. 35. è ô ðP ð 3 𠕬¨™ ¿ ÿ 3 ñ ŗ •- ¿ ( ( ð €Ð D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© t h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / p r o g r a m s / e x p o r t / 5 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« » D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ƒ _ b l a n k ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© 8 h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m / c a l e n d a r / e v e n t ? a c t i o n = T E M P L A T E t e x t = I P v 6 t r a i n i n g d a t e s = 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 0 7 0 0 0 0 Z / 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 1 0 3 0 0 0 Z d e t a i l s = N E T W O R K S 2 0 0 8 b r / 1 3 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s N e t w o r k S t r a t e g y a n d P l a n n i n g S y m p o s i u m b r / S E P T E M B E R 2 8 - O C T O B E R 2 , 2 0 0 8 b r / D a n u b i u s H e a l t h S p a R e s o r t M a r g i t s z i g e t B u d a p e s t , H u n g a r y l o c a t i o n = t r p = f a l s e s p r o p = h t t p % 3 A % 2 F % 2 F w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g s p r o p = n a m e : n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« œ D d
  36. 36. è ô ðP ð 3 𠕬¨™ ¿ ÿ 3 ñ ŗ •- ¿ ( ( ð €Ð D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© t h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / p r o g r a m s / e x p o r t / 6 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« ñ D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ƒ _ b l a n k ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© n h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m / c a l e n d a r / e v e n t ? a c t i o n = T E M P L A T E t e x t = F i b e r - t o - t h e - X : T e c h n o l o g i e s E c o n o m i c s d a t e s = 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 1 2 0 0 0 0 Z / 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 1 5 3 0 0 0 Z d e t a i l s = N E T W O R K S 2 0 0 8 b r / 1 3 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s N e t w o r k S t r a t e g y a n d P l a n n i n g S y m p o s i u m b r / S E P T E M B E R 2 8 - O C T O B E R 2 , 2 0 0 8 b r / D a n u b i u s H e a l t h S p a R e s o r t M a r g i t s z i g e t B u d a p e s t , H u n g a r y l o c a t i o n = t r p = f a l s e s p r o p = h t t p % 3 A % 2 F % 2 F w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g s p r o p = n a m e : n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« œ D d
  37. 37. è ô ðP ð 3 𠕬¨™ ¿ ÿ 3 ñ ŗ •- ¿ ( ( ð €Ð D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© t h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / p r o g r a m s / e x p o r t / 7 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ƒ _ b l a n k ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ~ h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m / c a l e n d a r / e v e n t ? a c t i o n = T E M P L A T E t e x t = F o c u s i n g t h e s t u d y o n w i r e l e s s m u l t i h o p n e t w o r k s d a t e s = 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 1 2 0 0 0 0 Z / 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 1 5 3 0 0 0 Z d e t a i l s = N E T W O R K S 2 0 0 8 b r / 1 3 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s N e t w o r k S t r a t e g y a n d P l a n n i n g S y m p o s i u m b r / S E P T E M B E R 2 8 - O C T O B E R 2 , 2 0 0 8 b r / D a n u b i u s H e a l t h S p a R e s o r t M a r g i t s z i g e t B u d a p e s t , H u n g a r y l o c a t i o n = t r p = f a l s e s p r o p = h t t p % 3 A % 2 F % 2 F w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g s p r o p = n a m e : n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« œ D d
  38. 38. è ô ðP ð 3 𠕬¨™ ¿ ÿ 3 ñ ŗ •- ¿ ( ( ð €Ð D ÐÉêyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© t h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / p r o g r a m s / e x p o r t / 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« % D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ƒ _ b l a n k ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ¢ h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m / c a l e n d a r / e v e n t ? a c t i o n = T E M P L A T E t e x t = E n d t o e n d I P T V D e s i g n a n d I m p l e m e n t a t i o n - H o w t o a v o i d p i t f a l l s ? d a t e s = 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 1 2 0 0 0 0 Z / 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 8 T 1 5 3 0 0 0 Z d e t a i l s = N E T W O R K S 2 0 0 8 b r / 1 3 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s N e t w o r k S t r a t e g y a n d P l a n n i n g S y m p o s i u m b r / S E P T E M B E R 2 8 - O C T O B E R 2 , 2 0 0 8 b r / D a n u b i u s H e a l t h S p a R e s o r t M a r g i t s z i g e t B u d a p e s t , H u n g a r y l o c a t i o n = t r p = f a l s e s p r o p = h t t p % 3 A % 2 F % 2 F w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g s p r o p = n a m e : n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« œ D d
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  40. 40. ÿ •Ã h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / d a t a / u p l o a d / i m a g e / T u t o r i a l s / C l a u s _ G _ G r u b e r . J P G ð €j $ $ If Ŕòÿ!v h 5Ö Ì #v Ì :V Ŕ 6 ŗ ö Ì 6 ö - -ŗ- ,Ö 5Ö 3Ö 4Ö yt%-¬ q D f l
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  42. 42. ÿ •Ã h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / d a t a / u p l o a d / i m a g e / T u t o r i a l s / A c h i m _ A u t e n r i e t h . J P G ð €j $ $ If Ŕ òÿ!v h 5Ö Ì #v Ì :V Ŕ 6 ŗ ö Ì 6 ö - -ŗ- ,Ö 5Ö 3Ö 4Ö yt%-¬ å D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© t h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / p r o g r a m s / e x p o r t / 9 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« D ÐÉêyù ºÎŒ‚ ª K© ƒ _ b l a n k ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ˆ h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m / c a l e n d a r / e v e n t ? a c t i o n = T E M P L A T E t e x t = C a r r i e r E t h e r n e t T r a n s p o r t i n M e t r o a n d C o r e N e t w o r k s d a t e s = 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 9 T 0 7 0 0 0 0 Z / 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 9 T 1 0 3 0 0 0 Z d e t a i l s = N E T W O R K S 2 0 0 8 b r / 1 3 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s N e t w o r k S t r a t e g y a n d P l a n n i n g S y m p o s i u m b r / S E P T E M B E R 2 8 - O C T O B E R 2 , 2 0 0 8 b r / D a n u b i u s H e a l t h S p a R e s o r t M a r g i t s z i g e t B u d a p e s t , H u n g a r y l o c a t i o n = t r p = f a l s e s p r o p = h t t p % 3 A % 2 F % 2 F w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g s p r o p = n a m e : n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« œ D d
  43. 43. è ô ðP ð 3 𠕬¨™ ¿ ÿ 3 ñ ŗ • - ¿ ( ( ð €Ñ D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ ª K© ‚ v h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / p r o g r a m s / e x p o r t / 1 0 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« C D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ƒ _ b l a n k ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© À h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m / c a l e n d a r / e v e n t ? a c t i o n = T E M P L A T E t e x t = I P - O r i e n t e d Q o S i n t h e N e x t G e n e r a t i o n N e t w o r k s : a p p l i c a t i o n t o w i r e l e s s n e t w o r k s d a t e s = 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 9 T 0 7 0 0 0 0 Z / 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 9 T 1 0 3 0 0 0 Z d e t a i l s = N E T W O R K S 2 0 0 8 b r / 1 3 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s N e t w o r k S t r a t e g y a n d P l a n n i n g S y m p o s i u m b r / S E P T E M B E R 2 8 - O C T O B E R 2 , 2 0 0 8 b r / D a n u b i u s H e a l t h S p a R e s o r t M a r g i t s z i g e t B u d a p e s t , H u n g a r y l o c a t i o n = t r p = f a l s e s p r o p = h t t p % 3 A % 2 F % 2 F w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g s p r o p = n a m e : n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« œ D d
  44. 44. è ô ðP ð 3 𠕬¨™ ¿ ÿ 3 ñ ŗ • - ¿ ( ( ð €Ñ D Ð ÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© v h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / p r o g r a m s / e x p o r t / 1 1 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ƒ _ b l a n k ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ~ h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m / c a l e n d a r / e v e n t ? a c t i o n = T E M P L A T E t e x t = N e x t G e n e r a t i o n N e t w o r k T e c h n o - E c o n o m i c I n s i g h t s d a t e s = 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 9 T 0 7 0 0 0 0 Z / 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 9 T 1 0 3 0 0 0 Z d e t a i l s = N E T W O R K S 2 0 0 8 b r / 1 3 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s N e t w o r k S t r a t e g y a n d P l a n n i n g S y m p o s i u m b r / S E P T E M B E R 2 8 - O C T O B E R 2 , 2 0 0 8 b r / D a n u b i u s H e a l t h S p a R e s o r t M a r g i t s z i g e t B u d a p e s t , H u n g a r y l o c a t i o n = t r p = f a l s e s p r o p = h t t p % 3 A % 2 F % 2 F w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g s p r o p = n a m e : n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« œ D d
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  46. 46. 3 𠕬¨™ ¿ ÿ 3 ñ ŗ • - ¿ ( ( ð €Ñ D Ð ÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© v h t t p : / / w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g / p r o g r a m s / e x p o r t / 1 2 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« D ťÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© ƒ _ b l a n k ÌÇÔyùºÎŒ‚ ª K© „ h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m / c a l e n d a r / e v e n t ? a c t i o n = T E M P L A T E t e x t = C h a n g i n g p a r a d i g m s f r o m b r i d g e d t o c a r r i e r E t h e r n e t d a t e s = 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 9 T 1 2 0 0 0 0 Z / 2 0 0 8 0 9 2 9 T 1 5 3 0 0 0 Z d e t a i l s = N E T W O R K S 2 0 0 8 b r / 1 3 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n s N e t w o r k S t r a t e g y a n d P l a n n i n g S y m p o s i u m b r / S E P T E M B E R 2 8 - O C T O B E R 2 , 2 0 0 8 b r / D a n u b i u s H e a l t h S p a R e s o r t M a r g i t s z i g e t B u d a p e s t , H u n g a r y l o c a t i o n = t r p = f a l s e s p r o p = h t t p % 3 A % 2 F % 2 F w w w . n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 . o r g s p r o p = n a m e : n e t w o r k s 2 0 0 8 yXô;H¯,‚]Ä…'c ¥« œ D d
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