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3G.IP 2002 Charter. 3G.IP Mission Statement . A ctively promote a common IP based wireless system for third generation mobile communications technology to ensure rapid standards development and take up by operators, vendors and application developers

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3g ip mission statement
3G.IP Mission Statement
  • Actively promote a common IP based wireless system for third generation mobile communications technology to ensure rapid standards development and take up by operators, vendors and application developers
  • Drive for completion of the standardization for an all IP based Wireless Network Architecture in 3GPP Release 5 and 6
  • Define the high level direction and evolution of future releases of the all IP network beyond 3GPP Release 5
  • Review and evaluate alternative wireless architectures and strive for industry convergence on all-IP architectures
  • Develop agreements between carriers for implementation direction and services requirements and priorities
  • Promote alignment between wireless and fixed IP architectures
3g ip 2002 goals
3G.IP 2002 Goals
  • Drive the All-IP Standards Development
    • Perform a risk analysis of 3GPP release 5 and release 6
      • Prioritize content for 3GPP release 5 and 6
      • Drive for release 5 completion 3/2002 and release 6 completion by 3/2003
      • Support work in 3GPP by:
        • focusing resources to initiate and complete work items
        • consensus building on critical items
    • Lobby IETF by individual companies rather than by 3G.IP
3g ip 2002 goals continued
3G.IP 2002 Goals (continued)
  • Define the Future Evolution and Roadmap
    • Create a long term all-IP target architecture, with industry convergence as the goal
    • Architecture to be based on business and technical issues and benefits, including consideration of backwards compatibility
    • Adapt technical detail to the SDO to be influenced by providing high level technical contributions
    • Derive the 3G.IP evolution plan for release 6 onwards
    • Identify candidates for release 6 and 7 content and scheduling
    • Consider the work of other related fora (e.g. MWIF, ITU) and manage relationships with other fora
3g ip 2002 goals continued1
3G.IP 2002 Goals (continued)
  • Lobby as a Market Representation Organization
    • Assume a communications and marketing role to encourage early adoption of all-IP technology
    • Assume a leadership role to produce a practical staged plan, and then lobby industry and standards bodies (including 3GPP through the 3G.IP MRP status)
3g ip organization structure
3G.IP Organization Structure
  • 3G.IP Management/Steering
  • Plenary
  • 3GPP Release Issues
  • 3G.IP Future Evolution Roadmap
  • 3G.IP Marketing & Communication
  • 3G.IP Ad-hocs

3G.IP

Management/Steering

Plenary

Ad-hocs

3G.IP Marketing

& Communication

3G.IP Future

Evolution

Roadmap

3GPP Release

Issues

Ad-hocs

Ad-hocs

3g ip management steering
3G.IP Management/Steering
  • 3G.IP program management
    • Manage the work program for 3G.IP
    • Approval of Ad-hocs
  • Administrative
    • Manage the charter, operational procedures, legal procedures
  • New company membership
    • Criteria and evaluation
  • Approval of Coordination with other interest groups
    • Such as OHG, UMTS Forum, GSM A, UWCC, Packet cable, MWIF
plenary
Plenary
  • Works according to agreed 3G.IP working principles
    • Overall agenda for 3G.IP meeting
    • Assignment of contributions
    • Logistics at meeting location
    • Scheduling of parallel and sequential ad-hocs/standing groups
    • Receives Reports from Ad-hocs and standing groups
    • Approval of decisions and 3G.IP external contributions
  • Initiation of break out meetings for special topics
    • Meeting where a company can present a subject of general interest to the group
3gpp release issues
3GPP Release Issues
  • Drive the All-IP Standards Development
    • Perform a risk analysis of 3GPP release 5 and 6
      • Prioritize content for 3GPP release 5 and 6
      • Drive for release 5 completion 3/2002 and release 6 completion by 3/2003
      • Support work in 3GPP by:
        • focusing resources to initiate and complete work items
        • consensus building on critical items
    • Lobby IETF by individual companies rather than by 3G.IP
3g ip future evolution roadmap
3G.IP Future Evolution Roadmap
  • Define the Future Evolution and Roadmap
    • Create a long term all-IP target architecture, with industry convergence as the goal
    • Architecture to be based on business and technical issues and benefits, including consideration of backwards compatibility
    • Adapt technical detail to the SDO to be influenced by providing high level technical contributions
    • Derive the 3G.IP evolution plan for release 6 onwards
    • Identify candidates for release 6 and 7 content and scheduling
    • Consider the work of other related fora (e.g. MWIF, ITU) and manage relationships with other fora
3g ip marketing and communication
3G.IP Marketing and Communication
  • Produces a practical staged plan, and then lobbies the industry and standards bodies (including 3GPP through the 3G.IP MRP status)
  • Provides a venue for suggesting new market requirements to 3GPP and other industry groups/SDOs
  • Develops 3G.IP Market Requirements and Roadmap
  • Develops 3G.IP input into 3GPP as a MRP
  • Promotes the all-IP architecture to ensure rapid standards development and take up by operators, vendors and application developers
3g ip ad hoc groups
3G.IP Ad-Hoc groups
  • Focus 3G.IP on key technical issues that are not adequately addressed in 3GPP or other SDOs
  • Focus and agree on high level assumptions and design architecture principles
    • Have 3GPP and SDOs do the detailed work
  • Typical process for initiating an Ad-hoc
    • Proposed and presented to the management steering team or on the e-mail reflector
      • Communication of a proposal is strongly encouraged prior to the meeting
    • As required, discussed during the meeting sessions or in between 3G.IP meetings
    • Approved by the management/steering group
  • Ad-hoc initiation proposal should at least include
    • Description
    • 3G.IP Objective/Expectation
    • Specific duration
      • (guideline: Initiation at one meeting with 2 subsequent 3G.IP meetings)
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