The Home NetworkMarket - CurrentStatus and SolutionsSusan Schwarze, Ph.D.VP Marketing, OSGi AllianceProSyst SoftwareDürene...
Agenda• Current Requirements for the  Networked Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alli...
Distribution of Broadband   ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
Market Trends• 117 million broadband homes worldwide by 2005  – 75% will have home networks *  – PCs first, STB and media ...
The Korean Broadband                  Market• South and East Asia have seen the most spectacular rate of  growth during th...
The Emerging Product Scenario• Users  - The distinction between what is in the box and what is    outside will blur: user ...
Increasing Consumer                          Requirements                                     Benefits Home Automation    ...
CE Dilemma Between Horizontal             and Vertical Markets• Integration platform that fits the needs of operator  driv...
Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked  Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alli...
CECED (AHAM) -                  www.ceced.org   White Control and Monitoring Application Interworking    Specification (A...
CECED: Targets and Benefits   Targets    – White goods    – Home automation Benefits    – Special “Mapping to Protocol” ...
European Home Control                   Networks: EHS/EIB• Local bus protocols for controlling home appliances and  electr...
European Home Control                  Networks: Konnex• Local bus protocols for controlling home appliances and  electric...
LONWORKS® Device Networking              Platform• Local bus protocol for controlling home appliances and  electrical devi...
LONWORKS® Benefits and                Targets• Targets   – White goods   – Lighting, Electrical Utility, Security, Access ...
Universal Plug and Play                 www.upnp.org   Device Discovery and Control Protocol for IP networks in    the ho...
UPnP Benefits and Targets• Targets    •   Data transmission network for devices via plug and        play functionality    ...
MHP Multimedia Home Platform                   www.mhp.org• SW Platform Standard for the processing of entertainment  and ...
MHP Benefits and Targets• Targets   – End-to-end chain for processing of     entertainment/multimedia content   – TV Centr...
Echonet www.echonet.gr.jp• SW platform standard for home healthcare and home  security• Specification of   – Common interf...
Echonet Benefits and Targets• Targets   – Comprehensive and systematic management of energy     consumption at the communi...
Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked  Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alli...
Home Networking Choices• Various Network Connection Lines• Phoneline Networking   – HomePNA (Home Phoneline Networking All...
Phoneline Networking• “No New Wire” Approach• Available products based on HomePNA versions 1,2,3• Phone wiring   – Has the...
Powerline Communication –                Current Status• Earliest home networking technology for simple home  control & au...
Wireless LAN (WLAN)• A key home networking technology   - Consumers want mobility and „no new wires “   - Growth of WLAN i...
Wireless PAN (WPAN)• A complementary class of wireless technologies for short  range communication• Bluetooth is a short r...
Home Networking MarketBreakdown  ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
Residential Network                                              StructuresWired: Powerline, Twisted pair, Radio coax cabl...
Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked  Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alli...
What is the OSGi Alliance?The OSGi Alliance is anindependent non-profit cross-                                         OSG...
What does the OSGi Alliance                do?• The OSGi Alliance and its Members   – Specify and enhance an open service ...
What is the OSGi Service                Platform?The OSGi Service Platform is an open software standardthat provides a com...
Device Manager                                                                                                            ...
Horizontal attributes• Platform Independence• Dynamic Software Delivery• Integration Integrity• Network Transparency• Cent...
Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked  Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alli...
OSGi Benefits for the Device                Manufacturer• Cost savings through...   – Flexible and scalable integration pl...
OSGi Benefits for the Device               Manufacturer (continued)• Decreased time to market for new applications and ser...
OSGi Benefits for TSP/ISP• Extended life cycle without retrofit [Eliminate product  obsolescence]   – Dynamic software dow...
OSGi Benefits for TSP/ISP                (continued)• Seamless services over different venues (home, car, mobile  devices ...
General Benefits for the Early              Adopters• Adoption made easier   – Remote maintenance and service delivery   –...
General Benefits for the Mass             market• Life made easier   - Services, not technology, that save money, time, an...
Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked  Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alli...
New Key Factors• Increasing Complexity• Increasing Customer Requirements• Product Digitalization & New Business Models• In...
Needs for Realization• Standards / Integration Platform• Simplify Technology via Plug&Play• Reliability of Technology• Net...
OSGi Core Value• Integration platform that fits the needs of operator driven  and retail driven markets• Support of multip...
OSGi Core Value (continued)• Stable Technology – 3rd release of OSGi Service Platform  specification• Multiple compliant f...
OSGi Core Value (continued)• Available• Scalable• Stable• Secure• Manageable• Interoperable• Development by global industr...
Leadership Team• President, John Barr, Motorola• VP Marketing – Susan Schwarze, ProSyst• VP Asia, Lawrence Chan, Echelon• ...
OSGi Deployment Facts• 26 OSGi member company deployments (non-  confidential)   – Smart Home/Health Care (13)   – Automot...
OSGi Invitation to HNA as              “OSGi Forum Korea”• HNA as the Korean Flagship for a Connected World   - Cooperatio...
OSGi Invitation to the World                Congress• OSGi 2003 Annual World Congress- 21-24 October,  Düsseldorf, Germany...
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  • This vision implies a network unified around IP based on UPnP. The network will have to be very simple to use and configure. You will need to be able to just plug a device into a socket – whether that’s power, phone, ethernet or some other medium doesn’t really matter – and have the device automatically attach to the network, and find and use services on the network. The services provided through the network will come in two flavors – private family services, like the calendar, finance, etc and services that are provided across the public internet such as email.
  • This vision implies a network unified around IP based on UPnP. The network will have to be very simple to use and configure. You will need to be able to just plug a device into a socket – whether that’s power, phone, ethernet or some other medium doesn’t really matter – and have the device automatically attach to the network, and find and use services on the network. The services provided through the network will come in two flavors – private family services, like the calendar, finance, etc and services that are provided across the public internet such as email.
  • Platform Independence OSGi technology delivers s tandardized API's and e xecution e nvironments, allowing implementers to decrease development cost and time-to-market for new applications and services through the modular re-use of existing software. Dynamic Software Delivery Devices powered by the OSGi Service Platform have software components that can be installed, started, updated, upgraded, stopped and removed remotely during and after the initial purchase cycle, leading to lowered maintenance costs, extended product life cycles, new revenue opportunities, and enhanced customer relationships. Platform Independence OSGi technology delivers s tandardized API's and e xecution e nvironments, allowing implementers to decrease development cost and time-to-market for new applications and services through the modular re-use of existing software. Dynamic Software Delivery Devices powered by the OSGi Service Platform have software components that can be installed, started, updated, upgraded, stopped and removed remotely during and after the initial purchase cycle, leading to lowered maintenance costs, extended product life cycles, new revenue opportunities, and enhanced customer relationships. Integration Integrity OSGi management and security technology enables s ervices and a pplications from multiple suppliers can be integrated and aggregated o nto a common service platform while protecting the overall integrity of that platform. Network Transparency OSGi technology can be deployed with multiple wide area (cable, xDSL, satellite , 3G and 4G ) and local area (Ethernet, phoneline, powerline, cable, wireless) environments for maximum “ in-field ” reach and fit. Centralized Scalable Management OSGi technology provides th e architecture necessary to centrally manage customer care , and the configuration of deployed products, scaling to support millions of users.
  • The Home Network Market - Current Status and Solutions - Keynote; 2003

    1. 1. The Home NetworkMarket - CurrentStatus and SolutionsSusan Schwarze, Ph.D.VP Marketing, OSGi AllianceProSyst SoftwareDürener Straße 40550858 Cologne, Germany+49-221- 6604-411s.schwarze@prosyst.com ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    2. 2. Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alliance as Integration Platform• Benefits of the OSGi Alliance• Summary and Key Contacts• OSGi Invitations ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    3. 3. Distribution of Broadband ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    4. 4. Market Trends• 117 million broadband homes worldwide by 2005 – 75% will have home networks * – PCs first, STB and media devices next • – Explosive growth of networking devices, especially for the segments data and entertainment networks° – 2003: More than 25% of US-broadband homes have home networks (2008: 44%).  – By 2005: 20% of the European households being equipped with a network.° – Consumers consider the current network of computers and various consumer electronics too difficult and expensive. X • MorganStanley * DSL Forum Forrester Research ° Data Monitor ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved X Accenture
    5. 5. The Korean Broadband Market• South and East Asia have seen the most spectacular rate of growth during the second half of 2002 - The two biggest DSL countries are South Korea and the U.S.A. - Subscribers are ready to pay for Internet content • Online gaming (profitable) • Visible growth of video-on-demand, virtual community clubs and other fee-based services • The true obstacle is easy payment• B2C web sites are profitable - Korean subscribers pay through their mobile phone operator or ISP (partnership arrangements) ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    6. 6. The Emerging Product Scenario• Users - The distinction between what is in the box and what is outside will blur: user will enjoy the combination - The flexible devices shall be able to manage new applications when other functions will enter the home• Device Manufacturers - Multiplicity of new devices will have (always on) internet connection - A service platform enables lifetime cycle management and renewable applications• Service Providers - Each device will be a potential target for added value service - The possibility to run a service on different target appliance will boost the addressable market ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    7. 7. Increasing Consumer Requirements Benefits Home Automation Smart Home/Health CareDevice ConnectivityRemote Diagnosis and MaintenanceShared Internet access (50%)*Shared data and information (45%)*Service Delivery on command - Entertainment - Home Care - Remote security services - Energy saving options (special contracts/remote maintenance of the heating system)No new wires (WiFi, HomePNA, + HomePlug) * Yankee Group Home Networking 2002 ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    8. 8. CE Dilemma Between Horizontal and Vertical Markets• Integration platform that fits the needs of operator driven and retail driven markets• Support of multiple service providers on a common platform – Modularity – Tunable security mechanism – Decomposition of services• Integration of different devices via plug&play• Increasing demand for easy-to-handle technologies• Ability to complement native code environment – Augment pure Java bundles with alternative payloads such as markup languages, graphic images, native libraries – Integration of existing software-components ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    9. 9. Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alliance as Integration Platform• Benefits of the OSGi Alliance• Summary and Key Contacts• OSGi Invitations ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    10. 10. CECED (AHAM) - www.ceced.org White Control and Monitoring Application Interworking Specification (AIS) Abstraction layer for white control and monitoring applications Specification of AIS: – Appliance functions and behavior – Abstract installation process for white goods appliances (Driver- independent) – Abstract message data structure (Information exchange) – 1 st step: specification of the mapping for the EHS protocol – 2 nd step: specification of the Rights Reserved for LONWORKS ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All mapping
    11. 11. CECED: Targets and Benefits Targets – White goods – Home automation Benefits – Special “Mapping to Protocol” specifications enable interoperability with existing networks and bus systems – Device independence (Cooperation of brands) Main Disadvantage – Pure focus on White Goods so far ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    12. 12. European Home Control Networks: EHS/EIB• Local bus protocols for controlling home appliances and electrical devices (light switch, heating, white goods,…)• EHS (European Home System): - Physical layer: powerline - Easy installation due to hot-plugging and self configuration - Targets: white goods, home automation, low cost• EIB (European Installation Bus): - Physical layer: twisted pair, powerline, radio - Network requires configuration by technical staff - Targets: professional building automation, home automation ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    13. 13. European Home Control Networks: Konnex• Local bus protocols for controlling home appliances and electrical devices (light switch, heating, white goods,…)• Konnex - Compound of EHS, EIB, BatiBus - Defines three different but compatible protocols - Unifies all key features of the three bus systems - Targets: any control network applications• Disadvantage - All three network protocols focus only on device control, no service delivery - Regional Development – global interoperability difficulties ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    14. 14. LONWORKS® Device Networking Platform• Local bus protocol for controlling home appliances and electrical devices (light switch, heating, white goods,…)• Specification of – Low-level and high-level LONWORKS Protocols – Device Networking Platform• Physical layer – ANSI/EIA709.2 power line signaling • 5.4kbps data rate • Certified worldwide – ANSI/EIA709.3 free-topology twisted pair signaling • 78kbps data rate • Certified worldwide – IR, Coax, RF, Fiber also available ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    15. 15. LONWORKS® Benefits and Targets• Targets – White goods – Lighting, Electrical Utility, Security, Access & other home systems – All other automation applications• Benefits – Widely supported networking specification – All media types supported including twisted pair, power line, RF, IR, coax, and fiber optic – 30+ million installed devices for control & monitoring• Main Disadvantage – Network requires configuration by technical staff – Restricted to Controlling, no Service Delivery – Driven by one company (Echelon with partners) ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    16. 16. Universal Plug and Play www.upnp.org Device Discovery and Control Protocol for IP networks in the home and SOHO Main focus on TCP/IP-capable devices: PC-centric approach Aim: Integration of home appliances by the use of the Simple Control Protocol (SCP – provided by Microsoft) Specification – Discovery Mechanism – Data Exchange Mechanism (no source code download) – Device Control: Control Points (e.g. Server) versus Devices (“Container”) – Device Control Protocols (interfaces and capabilities of devices) ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    17. 17. UPnP Benefits and Targets• Targets • Data transmission network for devices via plug and play functionality • Service Sharing• Benefits • Widely supported networking specification • No device configuration, just Plug & Play • Small footprint software component on the device • Independent of OS, language, or physical connectivity• Main Disadvantage • No focus on update and security mechanism ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    18. 18. MHP Multimedia Home Platform www.mhp.org• SW Platform Standard for the processing of entertainment and multimedia content• Specification – Based on Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) - same system for Satellite, Cable, Terrestrial    – The core is based on the platform DVB-J (includes a Sun Microsystems’ Java Virtual Machine)   – Java APIs provide interfaces between applications in the JVM and the functions of the DVB receiver   – Provides a set of transport protocols, a set of application signaling protocol and a security model   – 3 profiles - Enhanced TV, Interactive TV, Internet TV   – Supports many kinds of applications, e.g. • EPG / Information services / e-commerce / secure transactions ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    19. 19. MHP Benefits and Targets• Targets – End-to-end chain for processing of entertainment/multimedia content – TV Centric (e.g. MHP-STB)• Benefits – Secure, Open, Scalable Platform (Java as underlying technology) – Security Model - how to authenticate applications – Modular Platform: Open for Third Party Development – Platform-independent Content – European Content Processing Standard, increasing worldwide acceptance• Main Disadvantage – No Life-Cycle Management – Restricted to Entertainment and Multimedia Content ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    20. 20. Echonet www.echonet.gr.jp• SW platform standard for home healthcare and home security• Specification of – Common interfaces for different services provided by Service Providers (e.g. Power Management Systems) – A communication protocol for a reliable low-cost home network (no new wiring, installable in existing households) – Communication middleware platform for device and application compatibility – Development support tools and system models ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    21. 21. Echonet Benefits and Targets• Targets – Comprehensive and systematic management of energy consumption at the community and household levels• Benefits – No rewiring necessary / implementation of a multi-vendor environment – Easy development of applications / Plug & Play functionality – Connection to wide-area networks• Main Disadvantage – No focus on a common mechanism for • Dynamic download • Life-cycle and remote management ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    22. 22. Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alliance as Integration Platform• Benefits of the OSGi Alliance• Summary and Key Contacts• OSGi Invitations ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    23. 23. Home Networking Choices• Various Network Connection Lines• Phoneline Networking – HomePNA (Home Phoneline Networking Alliance)• Powerline Communication – HomePlug, CEA R7.3 (Consumer Electronics Assoc.)• Wireless Networking – IEEE 802.11a/b/g, HomeRF, Bluetooth, ZigBee, UWB• Structured Wiring – CAT-5, Coax, Fibre, … ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    24. 24. Phoneline Networking• “No New Wire” Approach• Available products based on HomePNA versions 1,2,3• Phone wiring – Has the bandwidth, is low cost and user installable – ... BUT it has failed to capture the market (too low quantity of available phone lines) ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    25. 25. Powerline Communication – Current Status• Earliest home networking technology for simple home control & automation• Used for In-house network – Increasing market size• Many different PLC standards and proprietary technologies – Interoperability is not solved• Last Mile Access technically not feasible ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    26. 26. Wireless LAN (WLAN)• A key home networking technology - Consumers want mobility and „no new wires “ - Growth of WLAN in home/SOHO is projected to surpass the enterprise market• WLAN technologies mainly focus on IEEE 802.11 family – Domination of 802.11 in the wireless home networking space – Importance of Wi-Fi certificationQuality of Service (QoS) - Limited Stability - Limited Security - Interoperability between various specs not solved ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    27. 27. Wireless PAN (WPAN)• A complementary class of wireless technologies for short range communication• Bluetooth is a short range wireless technology for cable replacement operating in the ISM band• ZigBee is a low cost, low power, low data rate WPAN for simple home automation devices, PC peripherals & toys• UWB (Ultra Wideband) holds promise as a high speed technology for consumer electronics multimedia applications – not launched to European and Asian markets yet ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    28. 28. Home Networking MarketBreakdown ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    29. 29. Residential Network StructuresWired: Powerline, Twisted pair, Radio coax cable, Fibre glas // Wireless: DECT, Wireless LAN, Bluetooth Bandwidth: Low Bandwidth: High Bandwidth: Very High Bandwidth: Low Bandwidth: Lower Quality: RealTime Quality: Lower to High Quality: High Quality: Medium Quality: RealTime Facility IT Enter- White Voice Facility IT Enter- White Voice Mmgt. tainment Goods Mmgt. tainment Goods Tech. Tech. EHS, Proprietary, FireWire, Bluetooth, Analog, 802.X, FireWire, EHS, Proprietary, SIP, ISDN, POTS, LON, EIB, X10 ... 802.X, USB, Serial, IRDA ... USB, Proprietary, LON, EIB, X10 ... H323, DECT ... IRDA, Bluetooth ...Application: Energy Mgmt, Application: Children Control, Application: VOD, Gaming, TV, Application: Energy Application: CLIP, SMS,Heating, Air Conditioning, Gaming, Firewall, Tele-Working, MP3, Radio, Music, etc. Management, Controlling etc. Voice Butler, etc.Lights, Blends, Access Control Video conferences etc. Facility IT Entertainment White Goods Voice Application Sharing ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    30. 30. Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alliance as Integration Platform• Benefits of the OSGi Alliance• Summary and Key Contacts• OSGi Invitations ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    31. 31. What is the OSGi Alliance?The OSGi Alliance is anindependent non-profit cross- OSGi Allianceindustrial corporation that provides Members by Regionfor the fair and uniform creation 41% 32%and distribution of relevantintellectual property – includingspecifications, reference 27%implementations, and test suites –to all its Members. Asia/Pacific EMEA North/South America ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    32. 32. What does the OSGi Alliance do?• The OSGi Alliance and its Members – Specify and enhance an open service delivery and management software platform called the OSGi Service Platform – Promote the widespread industry adoption of the Platform – Serve as the focal point for a collaborative ecosystem of service provider s, technology, industrial, consumer and automotive electronics communities ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    33. 33. What is the OSGi Service Platform?The OSGi Service Platform is an open software standardthat provides a common platform for service providers,device manufacturers, and others to remotely anddynamically deliver, integrate, and manage a richset of valuable services to building, home, mobile, vehicleand other environments. • Release 1 May, 2000 • Release 2 October, 2001 • Release 3 1Q2003 • Publicly available at www.osgi.org ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    34. 34. Device Manager R1 Http Service Log Service Preferences Service Configuration Admin Service Tracker User Admin R2 Package Admin Permission Admin Wire Admin Framework XML Parser Service Execution Environment Measurement Position©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved OSGi Specifications Content Connector Service Jini Service UPnP Service R3 Release 3 Extensions Start Level URL Handler
    35. 35. Horizontal attributes• Platform Independence• Dynamic Software Delivery• Integration Integrity• Network Transparency• Centralized Scalable Management ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    36. 36. Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alliance as Integration Platform• Benefits of the OSGi Alliance• Summary and Key Contacts• OSGi Invitations ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    37. 37. OSGi Benefits for the Device Manufacturer• Cost savings through... – Flexible and scalable integration platform based on open standards – Standardized API’s and basic libraries – Modular platform: Decomposition of services and SW reuse – Reduced software maintenance costs through remote diagnosis and maintenance – Facilitation of overall dependencies (bundles, platform vendor, service provider, network) ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    38. 38. OSGi Benefits for the Device Manufacturer (continued)• Decreased time to market for new applications and services through SW reuse – Less project risk through incremental improvements instead of bottom-up re-design for each project• Resolve life-cycle mismatch (HW/SW) – Remote configurability, management and dynamic download of new software – No need for expensive recalls and post sale deployment of personalized services• Customizable and reliable security mechanism• Reduced platform choice risk through platform independence (underlying Java technology) ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    39. 39. OSGi Benefits for TSP/ISP• Extended life cycle without retrofit [Eliminate product obsolescence] – Dynamic software downloads – Ability to diagnose, start-stop-update and install/remove services and applications remotely• Easier service provisioning and aggregation – Remotely install service provisioning bundles – Establish configuration parameters for those services – Common provisioning formats ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    40. 40. OSGi Benefits for TSP/ISP (continued)• Seamless services over different venues (home, car, mobile devices etc.) – Tunable security mechanism – Increased profits for network usage by enabling network traffic optimization – Easier product management & diagnostics in the field – End-point diagnostics of service performance and update of configuration parameters• Decouple devices from specific services – Service provider focus on services, manufacturers provide the platform ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    41. 41. General Benefits for the Early Adopters• Adoption made easier – Remote maintenance and service delivery – Increasing, evolving and improving services – Makes the best use of their time anywhere• Secure - Connect trusted service providers to secure service platform• Future Proof - Dynamic services ensure the latest capabilities ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    42. 42. General Benefits for the Mass market• Life made easier - Services, not technology, that save money, time, and provide peace of mind - Connected – Services, Information, Value• Transparent Maintenance - Embedded Hardware & Software services - Automatic upgrades• Secure - Connect trusted service providers to secure service platform• Low cost - Single platform for all services ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    43. 43. Agenda• Current Requirements for the Networked Home• Overview Home Standards• Overview Home Networking Choices• OSGi Alliance as Integration Platform• Benefits of the OSGi Alliance• Summary and Key Contacts• OSGi Invitations ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    44. 44. New Key Factors• Increasing Complexity• Increasing Customer Requirements• Product Digitalization & New Business Models• Internet & Broadband Availability• Wireless Connectivity• Family Dislocation• Household Isolation• Ease-of-use for Senior Customers• Individual Treatment (Patients) and Cost-Optimization (Hospitals) ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    45. 45. Needs for Realization• Standards / Integration Platform• Simplify Technology via Plug&Play• Reliability of Technology• Network Capability• Available Content and Services• Consumer Interest (Challenge)• Partnership / Value Chain ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    46. 46. OSGi Core Value• Integration platform that fits the needs of operator driven and retail driven markets• Support of multiple service providers on a common platform – Modularity – Tunable security mechanism – Decomposition of services• Integration of different devices via plug&play capabilities• Ability to complement native code environment – Augment pure Java bundles with alternative payloads such as markup languages, graphic images, native libraries – Integration of existing software-components ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    47. 47. OSGi Core Value (continued)• Stable Technology – 3rd release of OSGi Service Platform specification• Multiple compliant frameworks and devices available for flexibility in choice• Relevant to ‘triple play’ (voice, video und high-speed data) service aggregation and delivery• Strong traction in Consumer Electronics, Service Provider, Telematics/Automotive segments• Addresses the trend to ‘network capable’ CE and mobile devices – Need to remotely and dynamically deploy, provision and manage new and add-on applications and services ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    48. 48. OSGi Core Value (continued)• Available• Scalable• Stable• Secure• Manageable• Interoperable• Development by global industry leaders ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    49. 49. Leadership Team• President, John Barr, Motorola• VP Marketing – Susan Schwarze, ProSyst• VP Asia, Lawrence Chan, Echelon• VP Americas, Dan Bandera, IBM• VP EMEA, Staffan Truvé, Gatespace• CTO, BJ Hargrave, IBM• Secretary, Stan Moyer, Telcordia Technologies• Treasurer, Jeff Lund, Echelon• Executive Director, Deepak Kamlani, Global Inventures• Technology Officer – Peter Kriens, aQute• Requirements Committee – Kai Hackbarth, ProSyst ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    50. 50. OSGi Deployment Facts• 26 OSGi member company deployments (non- confidential) – Smart Home/Health Care (13) – Automotive/Telematics (8) – Service Provisioning (4)• Plus 10 EU-projects (using OSGi-certified platforms)• More informationDeployment Fact Sheet on www.osgi.org… AND THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT … ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    51. 51. OSGi Invitation to HNA as “OSGi Forum Korea”• HNA as the Korean Flagship for a Connected World - Cooperation /Partnership / Membership - Benefit from the technical and market knowledge of the OSGi Alliance - Contribute to the knowledge of the OSGi Alliance in the Asian Market - Benefit from the global promotion of and by the OSGi Alliance • Your project „10 Million homes “ will be worldwide promoted by global leaders - ETRI as neutral chair of this „OSGi Forum Korea “ • Active member of the OSGi Alliance • Member Companies supportive • „Asian Voice“ ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    52. 52. OSGi Invitation to the World Congress• OSGi 2003 Annual World Congress- 21-24 October, Düsseldorf, Germany• 1 day workshop and 3 day Congress• “OSGi Home, OSGi Networks, OSGi Automotive, OSGi Everywhere”• Special Home Track- speakers from B/S/H, Echelon, EDF, Eneo, Fraunhofer, Motorola, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung• Special Service Provider Track- speakers from Belgacom, Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom, NTT, Telia/Sonera• And more …• Early registration discounts at www.osgiworldcongress.com ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved
    53. 53. Gam sa ham ni da! ©1999-2003 OSGi Alliance, All Rights Reserved

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