New Convergence

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Convergence of digital information has been initiated a couple decades ago. Practically, almost all networks have now been utilising Internet Protocol. However, networks, applications, and contents managements vary by the nature of service types: IMS, SDP, IPTV, etc. Should another convergence be arranged to unify the management of the entire network for optimal results?

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New Convergence

  1. 1. Kuncoro WastuwibowoIEEE Communications Society Indonesia ChapterUniversitas Brawijaya, Malang19 June 2010
  2. 2. Telco world • Voice network • Data network • Broadband dataIT World Media world• Computer • CaTV Communications• Internet Single Network
  3. 3. Telco ISDN BISDN ATM NGN IMS Computer Broadband IT Network Internet InternetMedia CaTV IPTV 3
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  5. 5. ApplicationService SIPSessionControl SIP H.248Access CDMA WiFi / PSTN GSM World World WiMAX
  6. 6. BGCF MGCF BGCF MGCF PDF MGW MGW MS P-CSCF S-CSCF MRFCUE P-CSCF S-CSCF MRFC I-CSCF AAA AS MRFP I-CSCF HSS AS MRFP Position Data SLF PDE base Server
  7. 7. SIP SIP Signalling FunctionHTTPRTSP RTSP HTTP RTP HTTP
  8. 8. Applications Telecom Applications Web & IT Applications Service Exposure Service Orchestration & Management OSS/BSSServiceDelivery Service EnablersPlatform Service Creation & Execution Telecom Network AccessNetwork PSTN Mobile DSL IPTV BWA
  9. 9. Browser: Three screen convergenceDevice Platforms User experience Operating Applications Middleware Systems OSS/BSS & Customer CareMulti-Channel Customer PortalsService Enablers Framework Self-care Personal Search & Video Contents Social Info Mgmt Navigation Communiti esService Delivery Platform
  10. 10. Metadata Live Content Middleware Encoder CAS & DRMVideo Content TV Managed IP Network Computer Content & Application Server Mobile Gadget
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  15. 15. All IP-based, all-broadband, but … Telco world • NGN / TISPAN • IMS Web world IPTV world • SOA • CDN • SDF / SDP New convergence
  16. 16. Web, Media, User ConnectionsApplication Application Application ApplicationLayer Application Application LayerService Web Servers Execution AS, ParlayLayer Middleware Data Servers OSS / BSS PlatformsControl SS7 SIP / IMSLayer Data Centres IP / MPLS / SDH / Server InfrastructureTransport Networks LayerLayer WDM DSL, Cable, PSTN,Access MobileLayer Telco Domain (IMS) IT Domain
  17. 17. IT Domain: Multimedia: Many Many services, Short services with fast TTM, Few viable TTM and viable business model business servicesProliferation (other than advertising) Telco Domain: Few services generating high but declining revenue. Has bill access, subcriber mgmt, QoS, etc Revenue
  18. 18. Web, Media, User ConnectionsApplicationLayer Application Web 2.0 Application Application Application Application Layer Web Servers SOAService Execution AS, ParlayLayer Middleware Data Servers OSS / BSS PlatformsControl SS7 SIP / IMSLayer Data Centres IP / MPLS / SDH / Server InfrastructureTransport Networks LayerLayer WDM DSL, Cable, PSTN,Access MobileLayer Telco Domain (IMS) IT Domain
  19. 19. Web, Media, User ConnectionsApplicationLayer Application Web 2.0 Application Application Application Application Layer Web Servers SOAService Execution AS, ParlayLayer Middleware Data Servers OSS / BSS PlatformsControl SS7 SIP / IMSLayer Data Centres IP / MPLS / SDH / Server InfrastructureTransport Networks LayerLayer WDM DSL, Cable, PSTN,Access MobileLayer Telco Domain (IMS) IT Domain
  20. 20. Common IT Centric Part OSS / BSSEnablers Network Centric Part Devices Network
  21. 21. •Service orchestration IT Centric Part •Content / Messaging •Business flows and OSS/BSS interactions •Service registryNetwork Centric •Event driven, low-latency services that depend on Telecom network interactions • See next slide Part •Protocol abstraction and complex service interaction •Contextual informationCommon Enablers •Subscription / customer data / device data and capabilities •Location / Presence / Messaging / Identity management •Charging / service monitoring / Portals External World •Content acquisition, management, revenue sharing • See next slide Collaboration •Platform capabilities exposed to Third party applications within the constraints of defined security and policy Web 2.0 •Interwork with Map, chat, community sharing applications (Twitter, Facebook ) • See next slide
  22. 22. Core Services: Developed in SDP container againstSales Revenue Long tail services: enabler APIs customization and usage is driven by loose Plethora of short composition and users: lived applications to Web 2.0 using widgets try/deploy, update and 3rd party and retire easily / applications built on rapidly. Innovation SDP comes from wide community of developers => Third party services provided by third party as SOA services against enablers APIs (WS/SOA) Services
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  24. 24. Service Service Context PervasivenessDiscovery Composition Management
  25. 25. IEEE.org COMSOC.org Visit UsIEEE.web.id KOMUNIKASI.org
  26. 26. Telkom Indonesia Multimedia Division Senior Service Creation (2010- now)IEEE Communications Society Indonesia Chapter Chairman (2009-2011) Vice Chair (2007-2008)Internetworking IndonesiaJournal Contact Editor Mail / Gtalk kuncoro@telkom.cc Twitter @kuncoro Mobile +62-21-3375-8000

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