Delivering Fixed MobileConvergence (FMC) with IPMultimedia Subsystem (IMS)	              Dr.	  Mazlan	  Abbas	       Wirel...
Agenda	  •    Why	  FMC?	  •    Why	  IMS?	  •    How	  do	  we	  start?	  •    New	  and	  exci5ng	  applica5ons	  •    R...
Why	  FMC?	  •  Wireless	  network	  +	  fixed	  network	  +	  internet	     service	  crea5on	  &	  paradigm	  à	  All	  ...
Why	  IMS?	  •  Operators	  need	  to	  create	  new	  revenue	     streams,	  cut	  expenditures,	  but	  extend	  their	...
How	  do	  we	  start?	  •  Must	  Break	  the	  Vicious	  Cycle	                                                         ...
MIMOS	  CoE	  •  Set	  up	  a	  testbed	  for	  applica5on	  developers	     and	  users	  to	  try	  out	  new	  services...
New	  and	  exci5ng	  applica5ons?	  •  Personal	  mobility	  •  Terminal	  mobility	  
Applica5on	  (1):	  Personal	  Mobility	  •  On	  his	  desktop	  (Ethernet),	  Bob	  sees	  that	  Jane	  is	     availab...
Applica5on	  (2):	  Terminal	  Mobility	  •  On	  his	  laptop	  at	  home,	  Bob	  starts	  an	  audio	     conference	  ...
Using	  mul5ple	  interface	  Zone 1                                              Zone 2                                  ...
Research	  challenges	  (1)	  •  How	  is	  the	  VoIP	  quality	  maintained	  in	  event	  of	     packet	  lost	  due	 ...
Research	  challenges	  (2)	  •  Reuse	  exis5ng	  components	  from	  IPv6	  team	     –  VoIP	  and	  IPTV	     –  Probe...
Values	  •  Provide	  solu5ons	  and	  reference	  models	  to	     FMC	  implementa5ons	  on	  the	  following:	     –  U...
Capability &                       IMS	  for	  FMC	  roadmap	  	   Features                             Optimized         ...
Milestones/Schedule	  2008	  •  Q1	       –  Iden5fy	  issues	  on	  sefng	  up	  IMS	  test-­‐bed	       –  Iden5fy	  req...
Milestones/Schedule	  2008	  •  Q3	      –  Design	  the	  network	  selec5on	  scheme	      –  Iden5fy	  por5ng	  works	 ...
Tangible	  Outputs	  •  IMS-­‐based	  VoIP	  client	  running	  on	  IPv4	  and	  IPv6	  •  VCC	  server	  on	  IMS	  •  H...
Role	  of	  MIMOS	  •  To	  host	  and	  manage	  the	  opera5on/maintenance	  of	  the	  CoE	  •  Facilitate	  and	  inte...
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Delivering Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) with IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)

  1. 1. Delivering Fixed MobileConvergence (FMC) with IPMultimedia Subsystem (IMS)   Dr.  Mazlan  Abbas   Wireless  Communica5ons  Cluster   MIMOS  Berhad   2008  
  2. 2. Agenda  •  Why  FMC?  •  Why  IMS?  •  How  do  we  start?  •  New  and  exci5ng  applica5ons  •  Research  challenges  •  Values  •  Roadmap  to  deliver  FMC  using  IMS  •  Milestones/Schedule  2008  
  3. 3. Why  FMC?  •  Wireless  network  +  fixed  network  +  internet   service  crea5on  &  paradigm  à  All  IP  network  •  Overlay  of  various  networks  à  allows  many   IP-­‐based  apps  to  be  func5onal  on  the  move  •  As  networks  converged  à  need  for  seamless   connec5vity,  to  access  different  services   regardless  of  loca5on,  terminal  and  network  
  4. 4. Why  IMS?  •  Operators  need  to  create  new  revenue   streams,  cut  expenditures,  but  extend  their   value  chain  up  to  service  crea5on  •  Improved  end-­‐user  experiences    •  Standardized  IP  mul5media  environment,   developed  by  ETSI  TISPAN  and  3GPP  
  5. 5. How  do  we  start?  •  Must  Break  the  Vicious  Cycle   Where are the IMS users? Telcos don’t Telcos / Operators implement IMS! No testing Devices ground! Users Device No exciting Manufacturers applications! Limited device Applications support! Applications Developers
  6. 6. MIMOS  CoE  •  Set  up  a  testbed  for  applica5on  developers   and  users  to  try  out  new  services  •  Create  new  and  exci5ng  applica5ons  to  aZract   more  users  •  Demonstrate  to  both  telcos  and  device   manufacturer  the  importance  of  suppor5ng   IMS  
  7. 7. New  and  exci5ng  applica5ons?  •  Personal  mobility  •  Terminal  mobility  
  8. 8. Applica5on  (1):  Personal  Mobility  •  On  his  desktop  (Ethernet),  Bob  sees  that  Jane  is   available  with  the  help  of  the  IMS  presence  server  •  Bob  decided  to  talk  to  Jane  by  giving  her  a  call  •  Jane  accepted  the  call  and  they  started  talking  •  A`er  a  while,  Bob  feels  thirsty  and  wanted  to  get  a   drink  from  the  Pantry.  •  So,  Bob  switches  the  call  from  his  desktop  onto  his   PDA  (WiFi),  and  con5nue  talking  to  Jane  on  his  way   to  the  Pantry.    
  9. 9. Applica5on  (2):  Terminal  Mobility  •  On  his  laptop  at  home,  Bob  starts  an  audio   conference  with  his  business  counterpart  •  Before  the  mee5ng  finishes,  Bob  rushes  into  a   Taxi  as  to  meet  up  a  customer  at  the  coffee   shop  in  Town  •  While  on  mobile,  Bob  con5nues  with  his   mee5ng  using  his  laptop  
  10. 10. Using  mul5ple  interface  Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Wakeup WLAN Wakeup WLAN Download over WLAN Shutdown GPS Wi-FiConnect toWLAN Wi-Fi Zone 5 Zone 6Zone 4 Airport WLAN Link Going Down. Radio State Radio State Radio State Shutdown GPS Café GSM GSM GSM Start Download over WLAN WLAN WLAN WLAN WiMAX WiMAX WiMAX Switch to WiMAX Battery level low Download over WiMAX Shutdown WiMAX GPS GPS GPS Shutdown WLAN Stop download Wakeup GPSZone 7 Wi-MAX Zone 8 Wi-MAX Zone 9Network SSID/ SSID/ BSSID BSSID Operator Operator Security Security NW NW Channel Channel Channel QoS QoS Physical Physical Data Rate Data Rate Type Cell ID Cell ID Layer Layer GSM GSM 13989 13989 N/A N/A AT&T AT&T NA NA NA NA NA 1900 1900 1900 N/A N/A N/A N/A 9.6 kbps 9.6 kbps 802.11b 802.16d Café Airport NA 00:00:… NA Café AIrport T-Mobile .11i .11i PKM EAP-PEAP EAP-PEAP EAP-PEAP 6 11 .11e Yes OFDM OFDM 40 Mbps 11 Mbps
  11. 11. Research  challenges  (1)  •  How  is  the  VoIP  quality  maintained  in  event  of   packet  lost  due  to  bad  WiFi  signal?  Network   conges5on?  Search  for  beZer  network?  •  What  triggers  the  switching  from  one  media/ network  to  another?  Applica5on  QoS  drops?  RSSI   drops?  •  Which  network  to  choose  for  handover?  How  to   discover  the  surrounding  networks?  Mechanism  of   handing  over  the  call?      •  Who  has  the  control  on  network  selec5on?  Client  or   server?  
  12. 12. Research  challenges  (2)  •  Reuse  exis5ng  components  from  IPv6  team   –  VoIP  and  IPTV   –  Probe  on  network  condi5ons  through  IPv6  stack   –  Cleverly  tap  onto  Mobile  IPv6?  •  Mixing  up  technologies   –  One  ipv4  client  with  another  ipv6  client?   –  Performance  difference  of  connec5on  switching   supported  by  SIP  and  MIP?  Which  one  is  beZer?   When  should  one  be  used?    
  13. 13. Values  •  Provide  solu5ons  and  reference  models  to   FMC  implementa5ons  on  the  following:   –  User  experience  on  seamless  connec5vity   –  Challenges  to  operators  or  service  providers   –  Client  devices  requirements    •  Solu5ons  are  captured  as  patents  and  papers  
  14. 14. Capability & IMS  for  FMC  roadmap     Features Optimized Low-power Adaptive VoIP Secure VoIP IPTV device Ubiquitous Communications Codec Selection Sleep Mode Scheme Management IMS-based Scheme Fixed Mobile Network Selection Scheme Convergence IMS Community Eco-System IMS Core (CSCF + HSS) Test-bed Mobile IPv6 IP Sec IPv6 AAA SSM 2008 2010 > 2010 2009 Development of Technology
  15. 15. Milestones/Schedule  2008  •  Q1   –  Iden5fy  issues  on  sefng  up  IMS  test-­‐bed   –  Iden5fy  requirements,  usage  scenario  of  performing  service   adapta5on,  leverage  on  IPv6  capability    •  Q2   –  Set  up  and  test  the  IMS  network   –  Develop  IMS-­‐enabled  VoIP  applica5on     –  Design  the  codec  selec5on  scheme   –  Iden5fy  por5ng  works  on  IPv6  VoIP  into  IMS  compa5ble  applica5on   –  Develop  an  IMS-­‐enabled  VoIP  integrated  with  IPv6  capability,   demonstra5ng  codec  selec5on  and  device  switching   –  Conduct  performance  measurement    
  16. 16. Milestones/Schedule  2008  •  Q3   –  Design  the  network  selec5on  scheme   –  Iden5fy  por5ng  works  on  IPv6  IPTV  into  IMS  compa5ble   applica5on   –  Develop  an  IMS-­‐enabled  IPTV  integrated  with  IPv6   capability,  demonstra5ng  network  selec5on   –  Conduct  performance  measurement    •  Q4   –  Showcase  IMS-­‐enabled  VoIP  and  IPTV  applica5on   prototype    
  17. 17. Tangible  Outputs  •  IMS-­‐based  VoIP  client  running  on  IPv4  and  IPv6  •  VCC  server  on  IMS  •  Handover  management  server  on  IMS  •  Informa5on  Server  (provides  network  info)  •  Triggering  algorithms  •  IMS  on  IPv6  and  IPv4  compa5bility  and  performance   study  •  SIP-­‐based  versus  MIP-­‐based  connec5on  handover   study  
  18. 18. Role  of  MIMOS  •  To  host  and  manage  the  opera5on/maintenance  of  the  CoE  •  Facilitate  and  interface  with  developers  or  content  providers   –  To  provide  par5cipants  with  SDK  as  to  aid  their  developments   –  To  provide  sample  applica5ons  on  service  crea5on,  programming   advice  and  troubleshoo5ng   –  To  define  and  provide  test  plan   –  To  manage  the  project  from  implementa5on,  tes5ng  and   commercializa5on    •  To  promote  local  developer’s  contents/services   –  University,  Companies  or  Individual  (through  funding  sources)  
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