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Delivering Services Using an OSGi Gateway - B Horowitz

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Delivering Services Using an OSGi Gateway - B Horowitz

  1. 1. TITLE: Delivering Services Using an OSGi Gateway Presenter: Bruce Horowitz, TeliaSonera 03-10-23
  2. 2. 2 Finding New Revenue Streams A Telco Perspective Delivering Services Creating Services Telia’s Trial Starting the Connected Home The plumbing Initial Customer Group Economics of the Networked Home Shaping the Future Market Agenda
  3. 3. 3 Who are the Telco’s? Communication services are our core business High optimized OSS to enhance core business Desire reliability at same level as dial tone Do not sell CPE Prefer partners with track record
  4. 4. 4 70’s Telco switch Dependency on switch vender Class services 7 years time to market 80´s IN Still proprietary solution No third party innovation Lack of security Business structure slow to handle numerous small ops 90’s Internet UM Services created outside the core network History
  5. 5. 5 Capture 3rd party innovation Open service architecture Not bound to core network / business Security Requirements
  6. 6. 6 Traditional Service Delivery Deliver one service at a time ISDN is a different product than PSTN Broadband is a different product than modem access Customer Centric Service Delivery Service Provisioning Service Management Service Distribution The Connected Home = Service Delivery
  7. 7. 7 Customer Oriented Services No change in customer behavior Meet the needs of Service Providers providing Home Services Service Provisioning Service Management Service Distribution Service Provider Network OperatorCustomer New Revenue Streams Service Network User
  8. 8. 8 Meeting the needs of services providers No new boxes Residential users, both MDU + Single Home Network: IP based Support for QoS and Multicast Telia’s Trial
  9. 9. 9 A network component that interconnects network domains (e.g. Home network and Internet). Some uses include: Contains service logic for requesting network services Enhances connectivity based services like voice, internet, multimedia communication Application Server for high value home services like energy management, security, health care monitoring, e- commerce Service Gateway: A Definition
  10. 10. 10 Problems Requires installation Dial tone reliability, security … NOT Bottleneck between home and access Short technical life span Trying to do 2 things in the same platform Residential Gateway as a Service Gateway Service Internet Home network Access network IP core network platform
  11. 11. 11 Solutions Requires no installation Dial tone reliability, security Not a bottleneck between home and access Can have incremental upgrades Network Based Service Gateway Service platform Home networkAccess network IP core networkInternet
  12. 12. 12 ADSL ADSL Gigabit Ethernet Access network Internet Telia-Backbone Network Service Gateway VoD Service IPT Service Server LAN IPTV Service IP-access Terminator AAA Policy DNS Control system Router Physical Implementation Starting the Connected Home
  13. 13. 13 2 Phase Deployment IP Access Control System IP address Pools (Public/Private) Network Login Dynamic Router Configuration Network Service Gateway Session Initiation Service Monitoring = Service Usage
  14. 14. 14 Service Management Life Cycle DRM User Authentication Single Sign On User – Location – Terminal Service Metering Usage based Network-On-Demand Service Discovery OSGi Service Gateway Core Services Home Services ServiceServiceService Service Service Service Service Service OSGi Service Gateway Core Services Home Services ServiceServiceServiceServiceServiceService ServiceService ServiceService ServiceService ServiceService ServiceService Virtual Service Gateway Service Gateway Plumbing
  15. 15. 15 Broadband Customers 66% Households have Internet (dec 2002) 15% Households have Broadband (or 23% of Internet customers). (dec 2002) Rapid growth. 425K to 654K households (dec 2002) VDSL (10+ meg) being introduced Network Providers Internet Service Providers for Home Services B2C Initial Customer Group
  16. 16. 16 Network Services Technicaly feasable to run large number of services like TV, IP-tel, surf in same network New network services in a few days Home Services Incremental build Not an easy sell: Change in infrastructure Begin with cost cutting services. Continue with new revenue services Economics of the Networked Home
  17. 17. 17 Plug and play Internet connectivity From vertical to horizontal solutions Push for home services must come from Service Providers for Home Services … not just Network Operators Home Networking: What’s Next?
  18. 18. Questions?

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