Interworking between HN and IPTV Other SDOs’ Status and A New Standard Item. ISO/IEC JTC1 SC25 WG1 Pyung-Soo Kim, Ph. D. System Software Solution Lab. Dept. of EE, Korea Polytechnic University. Prelude. This presentation is not a new proposal concretely researched.
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Interworking between HN and IPTVOther SDOs’ Status and A New Standard Item
ISO/IEC JTC1 SC25 WG1
Pyung-Soo Kim, Ph. D.
System Software Solution Lab.
Dept. of EE, Korea Polytechnic University
IPTV Home Network [Q.21/16]
Architecture and functional requirements for Home Network supporting IPTV services
Architecture and functional requirements for remote management of HN supporting IPTV services
NGN based Home Networks supporting IPTV services capabilities
IPTV Functional Architecture [ITU-T Y.1910]
HN Architecture in H.622.1
Open IPTV Forum (OIPF)
Overview of DVB
[출처] MPEG MMT
July, 1st 2009
Service Provider 1
Service Provider N
Service Provider 2
HNED:Home Network End Device
DNG:Delivery Network Gateway
SD&S:Service Discovery and Selection
BCG:Broadband Content Guide
CoD:Content on Demand
CDS:Content Download Service
- - - indicates optional entity
Focus of DVB-IPTV
(Access & Core)
Service provider inf.
A New Standard Item
@ ISO/IEC JTC1 SC25 WG1
The HN has become a preferred environment for many users to receive multimedia services, such as IPTV, in the home.
Today or in near future, Telco based or Cable based primary IPTV service providers will put a residential gateway (RG) in the HN to provide various consumer-facing services.
Using the RG, 3rd party or retail IPTV service providers as well as primary IPTV service providers can implement more advanced and innovative customer service features.
A newstandard item on HES based RG might be required for supporting IPTV services in HN.
Local IPTV Service Platform (LISP) on Residential Gateway (Tentative title)
can play a role of a conceptual platform to provide programming interfaces and functionalities to enable 3rd party or retail IPTV service providers to deliver home network related local IPTV applications and services to end users in the home network.
can communicate and interwork with primary service delivery platforms to create more value for (Telco based or Cable based originating) primary IPTV service provider as well as end users in the home network.
can be a “patch on” solution of the residential gateway for HES(ISO/IEC 15045-1), that is, not a “built in” solution.
What can be home network based local IPTV applications and services through LISP on RG?
Home Control & Automation Services
Home Media & Information Services
Public Interest Services
Targeted Content Distribution
(Telco based or Cable based)
Primary IPTV Service
To define functional requirements for the LISP on RG in the home network environment
Architecture, Security(Authentication), 3rd Party Service Provider Management, User Information Management, Content Management, Access Control, Accounting, etc.
To provide interfaces and functionalities to enable 3rd party or retail IPTV service providers to offer home network based local IPTV applications and services though the LISP on RG.
Today’s presentation has not been a new proposal concretely researched.
Just, an introduction of other SDOs’ status on Interworking between IPTV and Home Network
ITU-T, Open IPTV Forum, DVB Project.
A new standard item to be researched has been briefly introduced.
The new standard item should be a “patch on” solution of the residential gateway for HES(ISO/IEC 15045-1), that is, not a “built in” solution in order to preserve interoperability of the original ISO/IEC 15045-1 specifications.
I hope to propose officially a new standard item in next October meeting after researching concretely.
Kim, Pyung-Soo Ph.D
System Software Solution Lab.
Dept. of Electronics Engineering
Korea Polytechnic University
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