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Migration Scenarios to NGN

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International Telecommunication Union

ITU-T

Migration Scenarios to NGN

Steven Lim Shue Ping
Product Manager – NGN Voice Solutions Siemens Communications Fixed Network Asia Pacific Regional Headquarter
ITU-T Workshop on “Next Generation Networks“ Hanoi, Vietnam, 15-16 May 2006

VoIP – The POTS of the Future The VoIP market is taking off in all regions of the world ITU-T
Embedded Telephony Subscriber Base
1,5
VoBB

IP-based
Subscriber Lines (in billions)

NGN-based POTS

1,0

TDM-based
0,5

0,0 2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009 2009

2015

Source: ITU Main Telephone Lines and Dell’Oro Group estimates (Q2/2005)

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NGN Migration Approaches
ITU-T

o

Two steps to migrate to NGN:
• Softswitch based PSTN Emulation
— Highlights : 100 % preservation of TDM voice features

• IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) based PSTN Simulation
— Highlights : Some important voice features + NEW multimedia services

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Definition
ITU-T

o

PSTN/ISDN Emulation Mimicking a PSTN/ISDN network from the point of view of a legacy terminal by an IP network, through a gateway. All PSTN/ISDN services remain available and identical (i.e. with the same ergonomics) such that end users are unaware that they are not connected to a TDM-based PSTN/ISDN. PSTN/ISDN Simulation The provision of PSTN/ISDN-like services to advanced terminals such as IP-phones. There is no strict requirement to make all PSTN/ ISDN services available or identical, although end users expect to have access to the most popular ones, possibly with different ergonomics.
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NGN Architecture
ITU-T
AS AS
ISC Dh Sh Rf /Ro

Charging Charging

Network Attachment Subsystem
Mw If

HSS
Cx Rf /Ro

Functions Functions
Ia

Cx

IWF
Ib

SLF S-CSCF
Mw Mi

Dx

I-CSCF
Mi

Mw/Mk/Mm

IBCF

Ic

Core IMSMw
Mr

BGCF
Mj Mg

Other IP Networks

Id

P-CSCF
Gq

MRFC

MGCF

Ie

SGF
PSTN/ISDN

Mp Gm

Mn

Resource and Admission Control Subsystem

A-BGF

MRFP

T-MGF I-BGF

UE

IP Transport (Access and Core)

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PSTN Emulation Architecture
ITU-T
SIP-I

PSTN Network Signaling Gateway
Switch

Management System

Softswitch
H.248

STP
SS7

SS7oIP

SS7

POTS/ISDN H.248/MGCP

POTS ISDN xDSL

DLU IP DLU IP
Multi-Service Access Node

H.248

MGCP H.248

Resource Server

Media Gateway for Trunks

Digital Line Unit

DLU DLU

V93 ISDN-PRI V5.2

Other access equipment

IP Core Network
Multi-Service Access Node
6

Media Gateway for Access
POTS/ISDN

xDSL

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Highlights for Softswitch based PSTN Emulation
ITU-T

o o o o o o o

Provides current PSTN/ISDN services with an unchanged presentation (100% feature preservation) for all interfaces Services/features provided by call control of Softswitch H.248 control of Access Gateways Covered by existing ETSI TISPAN and ITU-T standards Emulation domain (softswitch) and IMS session control are interworking via SIP Possibility to re-use installed access equipments (POTS, ISDN, PRI, CAS etc) Protection of embedded subscriber base through immediate migration
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Migration Scenario – Class 4
ITU-T
TDM Network
TX

TX Switch

TX Switch

other PSTN
LX

other PSTN

Carriergrade IP

Value proposition ! Reduction of network elements to be managed ! Reduction of operational expenses (OPEX) ! Efficient, simpler architecture based on IP
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Migration Scenario – Class 5
ITU-T
TDM Network

Switch

Switch

other PSTN
LX

other PSTN

Carriergrade IP

IP DLU IP DLU IP

Value proposition ! Reduction of network elements to be managed ! Reduction of operational expenses (OPEX) ! Grow on IP -> Future Proof solution .. ! 100% preservation of Class 5 features
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PSTN Simulation Architecture
ITU-T
Voice and Video Telephony Messaging Video Mail Unified Messaging Push to Talk Conferencing Presence

IP Centrex

Voice Application Server SIP HSS
Diameter

Applications PSTN/ISDN MGCF & AGCF

PSTN Simulation SIP CSCF

PSTN Emulation SS7 Trunk MGW PSTN

IMS
H.248 SIP Access GW

DLU DLU
PBX

Broadband Subscribers
xDSL, WiFi, GPRS, UMTS

Narrowband Subscribers & Legacy Access Equipments
POTS, ISDN BRI, ISDN PRI ITU-T Workshop on “Next Generation Networks“ Hanoi, Vietnam, 15-16 May 2006 10

Highlights of PSTN Simulation based on IMS
ITU-T

o o o

o o

o

Focus on New Multimedia services Advanced Multimedia services like push-to-talk, video conferencing, IP centrex etc Converged services across different acccess domains, eg: mobile networks, broadband wireline networks (xDSL, FTTH etc), WiFi Voice service is limited to simulation, with SIP based voice application server Most commonly used and popular voice services are simulated (eg: CLIP, Call Forwarding etc) – PSTN Simulation Interworking with PSTN Emulation domain via SIP
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IMS is a key element in NGN network evolution
ITU-T

o

o o

o

IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) is the common control infrastructure for real-time and non-realtime end-to-end multimedia services and any mixture of those IMS is designed and standardized by 3GPP to integrate smoothly with existing mobile and fixed networks New and existing services (e.g. Presence, Location) and applications can be connected and controlled by IMS through the standardized ISC interface By using SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) IMS based services can be accessed from any IP/SIP capable device (UMTS, GPRS, WLAN, wireline users, etc. )
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IMS allows efficient application integration
ITU-T
o

No IMS: - repeated vertical integration - no synergies!
Application 1 ... n

o

With IMS: - one-time integration
Application 1 ... n

...
IMS
Single Sign-on Authentication One Billing One Multimedia Session Control Global User Database Common network Integration Common O&M
13

...
Specific Sign-on Authentication Specific Billing Specific Session Control Specific Database per Application Specific Network Integration Specific Sign-on Authentication Specific Billing Specific Session Control Specific Database per Application Specific Network Integration

Specific O&M

Specific O&M

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IMS as Service Delivery Platform – Mobile IP Centrex
ITU-T
Mobile Centrex Server Media Gateway Controller Call Session Control Function

o Hybrid Centrex Groups

IP Network

Gateways

PLMN GSM Terminal

UMTS

IP

UMTS Terminal PDA

SIP Phone SoftPhone

Mobile IP Centrex Group

• SIP phones • GSM / UMTS phones (2G, 2.5G & 3G) o Wide range of enterprise features to all this device types under a single platform o Common feature set to business group users connected via fixed IP phones/Softphones, mobile phones

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IMS as Service Delivery Platform – Video Call Applications
ITU-T
VIDEO TELEPHONY VIDEO PORTAL VIDEO MAIL VIDEO CONFERENCING

o o o o

Video Telephony is provided to SIP clients with interworking with 3G. Video portal enables SIP/3G users to stream video contents from portals Video Mail enables to access their recorded video mails, and also to record a videomessage to answer calls Video Conferencing enables users to establish video conferences with up to 16 participants per conference
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IMS as Service Delivery Platform – One Number Service
ITU-T
VAS MM MAP SS7 SS7

SIP (ISC) HSS CSCF MGCF SIP

ISUP

PSTN

MGW

HLR MSC/VLR

SIP

GGSN/SGSN

RAN GSM/GPRS SIP Phone Analogue Phone WiFi CPE DualMode Handset

o The Voice Application Server is used to provide call

supplementary services for all IMS subscribers. The Mobility Management Application Server provides roaming between mobile network and IMS network
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Migration to NGN today for the benefits tomorrow
ITU-T

o
Defend

Migration towards NGN with PSTN Emulation based on softswitch
• • • IP based, flatten, simplified network 100 % preservation of TDM voice features Introduction of SIP based, revenue generating applications to increase ARPU, eg: Mobile IP Centrex, Video call applications etc Fast, simple introduction of new services Reduce churn rate with triple play services One platform for video, voice and data
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o
Attack

Introduction of IMS as service delivery platform


o
Exploit

Provides attractive service bundling
• •

Case Study KPN, Netherlands
ITU-T
Attack Defend Exploit
Leadership of converging communications market
Po w S ere Tec ieme d by hn ns olo gy

Case stud y

In Q2 2005, KPN launched 'Internetplusbellen'

The cornerstone of KPN strategy

GO FOR VoIP

The bundle price The bundle price for this combined for this combined subscription subscription costs less than costs less than two separate two separate subscriptions for subscriptions for telephony and telephony and Internet. Internet.

An innovative total package that offers unlimited calls in the weekend to all fixed lines in the Netherlands and unlimited ADSL (800Kbs) in one single subscription for € 34.95

“There has been a change of pace at KPN this year. We have put our innovation initiatives in high gear, and the roll out of our strategy to attack new revenue opportunities, defend our leading share for traditional services and exploit a structurally lower cost base is on track. We are delivering on our promises, with increased revenues and an improving margin ... With the launch of Consumer VoIP services we took the first steps in our migration to an all IP network, the future basis for all our services."
Ad Scheepbouwer, CEO of KPN, August, 2005

"In the years ahead KPN and its customers will be entering an IP world in which communication is set to change fundamentally. … SIEMENS' strength in fixed and mobile networks was obviously extremely important to us.”
Eelco Blok, KPN managing board member, December 2004 ITU-T Workshop on “Next Generation Networks“ Hanoi, Vietnam, 15-16 May 2006

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ITU-T

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