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IMSin rooli kiinten ja mobiiliverkon konvergenssissa

Risto Mononen Nokia Networks 17.11.2005

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Fixed Mobile convergence and IMS NGN standardization overview
TISPAN NGN Architecture 3GPP NGN related activities Basic PSTN/ISDN Simulation Services in NGN R1


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What people want

simplicity, mobility & personalization

On the move


My phonebook My agenda My messages My presence info My applications My ringing tones


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What is Convergence?
Today: Separare deliveries, businesses, services, technologies, products: Broadcast Delivery Fixed Delivery Mobile Delivery
Broadcaster Fixed Operator Mobile Operator Content

Future: Value, convenience and choices for consumer alternatives for service providers: Broadcast Delivery Broadband Delivery Mobile Delivery
Content Content (Access) Operator

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IMS in Fixed Mobile Convergence

Common service machine for NGN
3GPP IMS selected by large number of operators to be the core of next generation fixed network providing voice and multimedia services over both mobile and fixed broadband networks Open interfaces towards terminals, application servers and other networks Supports mobility between different access networks

Wide range of services

Delivers today wide range of multimedia communication services for mobile terminals (gaming, videosharing, Push to talk etc.) Supports VoIP service over broadband for multiple different terminals (PC Client, SIP Phone, legacy telephone with analog to SIP adapter) Enables new multimedia services over broadband (videotelephony, video conferencing, interworking with mobile multimedia)

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Common core IMS architecture and protocols

Common technology in mobile and fixed SIP infra provides economies of scale to both the operators and vendors Operators will have a larger choice of vendors to select from Vendors will be able to create the functionality once, and reuse it later
faster time to market avoid extra cost from replicating the effort Common interest for both the operator and the vendor

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NGN standardization bodies

Legend ATIS NGN FG: Alliance for Telecommunication Industry Solutions, Next Generation Networks Focus Group ITU-T NGN FG: International Telecommunication Union (Telecom), Next Generation Networks Focus Group ETSI TISPAN: European Telecommunications Standards Institute, Telecoms & Internet converged Services & Protocols for Advanced Networks 3GPP: Third Generation Partnership Project

VoIP/xDSL Supplementary services



Call Servers E2e QoS


Core IMS

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NGN standardization status

ETSI TISPAN selected 3GPP release 6 IMS to be the baseline for the SIP service machinery in fixed networks
2nd joint workshop March 2005 Joint work meeting July 2005 in TISPAN#7 and later in the autumn Possible IMS core changes will be standardized in 3GPP TISPAN is proceeding fast with the supplementary services
Straightforwardly adding services on top of 3GPP IMS TISPAN NGN release 1 standard ready by the end of 2005

Also ITU-T and ATIS are adopting the TISPAN IMS standards The industry as a whole has consensus over the SIP service machinery architecture and IMS standards

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TISPAN NGN Architecture

IMS subsystem provides the SIP multimedia services (simulation) PSTN/ISDN emulation subsystem provides the legacy compatibility (emulation) The architecture supports nomadic mobility between access networks The same IMS services are available to multiradio terminals over cellular access, or WLAN+xDSL at home
Based on 3GPP IMS IP Connectivity Access Network And related functionality

User Profiles

Other Multimedia Components Streaming Services (RTSP based) PSTN / ISDN Emulation (SIP-I based) IP Multimedia Component (Core IMS) (SIP based)

Other Networks

Legacy Terminals


Network Attachment Functionality NASS

Resource and Admission Control Functionality RACS

Customer Networks

Access Transport Network

Core transport Network

NGN Terminals

3GPP Terminals
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Core IMS architecture

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IP Transport (Access and Core)


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IMS Core functionalities in TISPAN architecture

Differences to 3GPP SIP profiles no compression in fixed access IMS AKA and TISPAN authentication algorithms Token & 5-tuple based policy control
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User Equipment
Service Layer

Applications Other subsystems Core IMS PSTN/ISDN Emulation subsystem

User profiles

Other networks

Network Attachment Subsystem

NGN R1 with nomadic mobility

Later full mobility how to make it seamless?

Resource and Admission Control Subsystem

Transport Layer

Transfer Functions


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3GPP NGN related activities

Fixed broadband access to IMS IMS Combinational Services Voice call continuity between CS and IMS (incl. I-WLAN) WLAN Interworking Universal Mobile Access (UMA)
Use the GSM CS services over WLAN access Multimedia Telephony Capabilities for IMS
The objective is to define the minimum set of capabilities required to secure multi-vendor and multi-operator interoperability for Multimedia Telephony and related Supplementary Services. Close cooperation shall be sought with TISPAN. TISPAN requirements, as captured in TISPAN-01002-NGN, shall be taken into account, and referred to where appropriate. The objective is to reuse and build on IMS capabilities provided in Release 5 and Release 6."


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ETSI TISPAN: fit IMS for the fixed access, SIP supplementary services
Work based on 3GPP R6 IMS 3GPP R7 Fixed broadband access to IMS specifies required changes to IMS NGN Rel. 1 (2005)
Main service: IP multimedia, VoIP/xDSL Supplementary services Originating Identification Presentation (OIP) and Originating Identification Restriction (OIR) Terminating Identification Presentation (TIP) and Terminating Identification Restriction (TIR) NGN Communication Hold XCAP Control of Simulation Services NGN Anonymous Communication Reject (ACR) Communication Barring (ICB) NGN Malicious Communication Identification (MCID) NGN Communication Diversion (Cdiv) NGN Communication Conference (CONF)

NGN Rel. 2 (2006/2007)

Everything that will not make it to R1 Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS)


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IMS will provide the common service machine for NGN multimedia Global fixed mobile convergence (FMC) standards provide fast time to market and economies of scale to all players TISPAN reuses 3GPP IMS
Fixed access specific modifications agreed with 3GPP SIP supplementary services on top of IMS Also ITU-T and ATIS are adopting the 3GPP IMS

Multiradio UE with Home WLAN (+xDSL) means FMC now!


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Thank you!


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