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Session 3 Home Network Architecture Conclusions & Recommendations. Mayumi Matsumoto NEC Magnus Communications, Ltd. Presentations in Session. Home Network Architecture and Logical Entities/ Steven Saunders, CableLabs Bridging to CE Devices across IP Domains /

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session 3 home network architecture conclusions recommendations

Session 3Home Network ArchitectureConclusions & Recommendations

Mayumi Matsumoto

NEC Magnus Communications, Ltd.

presentations in session
Presentations in Session
  • Home Network Architecture and Logical Entities/

Steven Saunders, CableLabs

  • Bridging to CE Devices across IP Domains /

Mayuko Tanaka, Hitachi Ltd.

  • Home Network Service Aggregation Platform and Service Collaborations /

Nobuo Fujii, NTT

  • Digital Television as “Integrated Information Device”/

Haruo Okuda, NHK

highlights from presentation 1 home network architecture and logical entities
Highlights from Presentation 1“Home Network Architecture and Logical Entities”
  • Main issues
  • Focus on Management, Security, and QoS
  • Transport technology independent
  • Accommodate IP and non-IP home devices
  • Logical Entities and Domains
  • Portal Services Element
  • Conclusions
  • Flexible and expandable architecture allowing different domains
  • Configurable PS functionalities
  • Applicable for A/V contents to time critical services
highlights from presentation 2 bridging to ce devices across ip domains
Highlights from Presentation 2“Bridging to CE Devices across IP Domains ”
  • Main issues
  • Seamless access between IP domain and proprietary domains
  • No change of the existing CE devices in the proprietary domains
  • Common commands and common directory schemes for unified access
  • Common protocol and secure access for inside and outside home
  • Domain Gateway Architecture
  • Conclusions
  • Need Domain gateways for connecting IP and proprietary domains
  • Home gateway is for connecting inside and outside home
  • Define common commands and common directory information format
highlights from presentation 3 home network service aggregation platform and service collaborations
Highlights from Presentation 3“Home Network Service Aggregation Platform and Service Collaborations ”
  • Main issues
  • Software based OPEN architectural Service Gateway
  • OSGi platformJava-based software platform
  • Service Aggregation Platform
  • Service operation architecture on Service gateway
  • Conclusions
  • Needs for Service Gateway (SGW) to handle diversified services
  • Service collaboration function will increase values of home services
  • Some new standards for SGW is needed
highlights from presentation 4 digital television as integrated information device
Highlights from Presentation 4“Digital Television as “Integrated Information Device””
  • Main issues
  • Connecting ISDB to Home Network via Home Gateway
  • Copt Right Protection for Digital Receiver and Digital Storage
  • Home Server and RMP (Rights Managements and Protection)
  • Conclusions
  • ISDB is a solution of future broadcasting that shall be connected with Home Network
  • Copy Right Protection is strictly required for Digital Storage Device
  • Spreading Services are expected by Digital Television
overview of issues in the session
Overview of issues in the session
  • Architecture is required to terminate access networks and to control Home Networks.
  • Architecture shall be independent from Transport technologies.
  • Need Domain Gateway (DGW) for connecting IP and proprietary domains
  • Common commands and directory schemes for unified access are required.
  • Needs for Service Gateway (SGW) to handle diversified services
  • Some new standards for SGW is needed
  • Future broadcasting shall be connected with Home Network
  • Copy Right Protection is strictly required for Digital Storage Device
recommendations
Recommendations
  • Basic Home Network Architecture is ITU-T Rec. J.190
  • Needs enhancement to connect Proprietary Domains
  • Common commands and directory schemes for unified access are to be specified
  • Some new standards for Service GW is needed to handle diversified services
  • Need mechanism (DGW) enabling broadcast services to connect with Home Network
  • Copy Right Protection shall be specified in Home Networking environment
follow up actions
Follow-up actions
  • Enhancement of ITU-T Rec. J.190 Series
  • Works to be continued for ;
  • Specifying unified access including Common commands and directory schemes
  • Studying Service GW to handle diversified services
  • Creating mechanism enabling broadcast services to connect with Home Network
  • Inclusion of Copy Right Protection in Home Networking

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conclusion
Conclusion
  • Agreed to further study for enhancement of Home Network Architecture based on ITU-T Rec. J.190 Series
  • Home Networking as a milestone toward Ubiquitous Networking
  • Agreed to study mechanism enabling broadcast services to connect with Home Network
  • Agreed to study Copy Right Protection in Home Networking environment
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