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This is the way anytime anywhere the future of mobile development tony rybczynski

  • THIS IS

  • THIS IS THE WAY

  • Anytime, Anywhere

  • The Future of Mobile Development

  • TONY RYBCZYNSKI

  • OFFICE OF THE ENTERPRISE CTO


A financial institution s high capacity pico cell wlan on its trading floor

Centralized Management

RF Control

Nortel Pico Cell Architecture

RF Monitoring

Centralized Security

150’ Sq ft Cell

A Financial Institution’s High Capacity Pico-Cell WLAN On Its Trading Floor

  • 400 fully redundant WLAN APs across 60000 sq ft facility

  • High user density; high mobility; real-time performance; reliability with no single point of failure; and standard-based security (AES, 1x, 11i)

  • Pioneering RF techniques for power, noise, and roaming Advanced Ethernet Routing Switch MAC control-plane capabilities

  • Guaranteed minimum throughput (200Kbps) without packet loss, even during failure

  • Low latency/jitter for voice/transactions and real-time applications

Secure reliable mobility for Straight Through Decision-making


An asian city is deploying a metro wide wireless mesh network with 10000 aps

An Asian City Is Deploying a Metro-Wide Wireless Mesh Network with 10000 APs

  • High-speed WLAN broadband access and new wireless services in Mass Rapid Transportation stations, selected commercial buildings and other key locations across the city.

  • Applications:

    • Video streaming

    • Video surveillance – Real time image captured from Wi-Fi cameras or web cameras.

    • Multimedia communications.

    • Outdoor mobility

"With powerful business models for government applications, enterprises, and wireless and wireline service providers, the Wireless Mesh Network solution enables delivery of secure wireless broadband services that can provide a cost-effective method for extending wireless LAN coverage more broadly into business and end-user markets."

CEO of provider to the city

Demographics: 272 sq Km with 2.65M people

User: city staff and public

Standards: 802.11b uplinks and 11a inter-AP links

Security: IPSec on inter-AP links and moving to 802.11x

Secure WLAN mobility across unprecedented dimensions


A global manufacturer deploys 20000 multimedia sip clients

A Global Manufacturer Deploys 20000 Multimedia SIP Clients

  • Positive business case

  • Current investments leveraged

    • Converted desktop

  • Enhanced mobility & productivity

  • Faster decision making across virtual enterprise

  • 20000+ (65%) of employees using SIP multimedia clients

  • Complemented by 195 IP-enabled PBXs and 17 IP Centrex switches

  • 206 IP VPN Gateways for secure Internet access from home, hotels and WLAN hotspots and for secure enterprise WLAN access from 1000 APs

  • Converged network running secure routing and optical


What are they doing

Instant messaging

LDAP-based directory

User customization

I’m busy, vmail, video control …

Personalization of who reaches, how and when

It’s a multimedia point-point session or instant conference

Application sharing

WWW page push

White board

Peer-to-peer file transfer

Presence

What Are They Doing?


100 person investment bank first to deploy unified communications across the company

PC

Collaboration

Telephony

Blackberry

VmailEmail

Cellular

At a Desk

In the Air

Managed Office

On the Road

At Home

In Town

100-Person Investment Bank First To Deploy Unified Communications Across The Company

  • Presence and personalization including session routing

  • Centralized unified messaging with voicemail notification to Blackberries

  • Call logs (received/dialed/missed) and

  • Converged desktop and PC integration

  • Desktop video conferencing

  • In-house conferencing on demand

  • Secure access and Business Continuity

30 minute closure to client calls with

<1 year payback

Whatever you’re doing

Whatever you’re using

Wherever you are

Centralized Unified Communications and Unified Messaging over VPNs, and Inter-site Ethernet


What do we learn from these examples

What Do We Learn From These Examples?

  • Mobility is not just WiFi

  • Mobility is not just wireless

  • Mobility is not just about connectivity

  • Mobility is inseparable from the virtual enterprise

Let’s Look At Some Underlying Wireless Connectivity Technologies …. And Then What You Can Do With These


Edholm s law

TBD

Visualization

Streaming

Web

Pages

Voice

Messaging

Edholm’s Law

1G

100M

10M

1M

100K

10K

1K

Wireline

Economic Bandwidth

(Exponential Scale)

Nomadic

Wireless

1995200020052010

Time

Wireless, nomadic and wired approaching human I/O capacity

Source: IEEE Spectrum July 2004


The wireless landscape

Vehicle

Walk

Outside

Campus

Fixed

Walk

Within

Campus

0,1

1

10

100

Fixed/Desktop

Mbps

The Wireless Landscape

Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN)

  • Metro/Geographical area

  • Ubiquitous public connectivity with private virtual networks

Wireless Mesh Networks (WMN)

  • Metro Area/Public or Private

  • Outside Enterprise / premises application data network extension

    WiMax

  • Point-point, multipoint & roaming

Mobility

4G

Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)

  • Public or Private Site or Campus

  • Enterprise / premises application voice & data network extension

2.5G

WMN &

WiMax

3G

DECT

802.11b

802.11a/g

Bluetooth

802.11n


Wireless lan evolution

2005+

2003

2000

Wireless LAN Evolution

Next Generation

First Generation WLAN

Second Generation WLAN

  • Seamless Roaming between public and private WLAN networks

  • GSM  GPRS <120Kbps)  EDGE (<384Kbps)  UMTS (2Mbps)

  • CDMA  1XRTT (50kbps)  1X-EV-DO (<2.4Mbps)  UMTS

  • 4G systems (<20Mbps)

  • Enterprise Roaming

  • Layered security

  • Network based management

  • Established Standards

  • Restricted Roaming

  • Weak Security

  • Isolated Management

  • Limited Standards


Wlan connectivity standards

802.11a

802.11b/g

Standard Approved

9/1999

9/1999

6/2003

Available Bandwidth

300MHz

83.5MHz

Frequency of Operation

5.15-5.35GHz,

5.725-5.825GHz

2.4-2.4835GHz

Number of Non-Overlapping Channels

4 (indoor)

8 (indoor/outdoor)

3

Data Rate per Channel

6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54Mbps

1, 2, 5.5, 11, 22 Mbps

Modulation Type

OFDM

DSSS/OFDM

WLAN Connectivity Standards


Wlan ieee 802 11 standards

WLAN IEEE 802.11 Standards


A short history lesson on public wireless with 1 3b users globally

A Short History Lesson on Public Wireless with 1.3B Users Globally

  • In the beginning was AMPS (34M users)

    • Advanced Mobile Phone System: 1970’s technology

  • TDMA was the next step (120M users)

    • No path to high speed data beyond GPRS

  • CDMA (164M users globally- mostly in Americas)

    • 2G Code Division Multiple Access- variants using pure packet mode

    • Moving to 2.5G CDMA2000 (1X at 50 Kbps)

    • Moving to 3G (1xEV-DO up to 2.4 Mbps)

  • GSM (870M users)

    • Global System for Mobile Communications using time slot assignment

    • Evolving to 2G GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) typically 40Kbps

    • 2.5G Enhanced Data rate for GSM Evolution (EDGE) building on GPRS up to 384Kbps and ultimately 3G UMTS (based on W-CDMA)

    • Some Canadian TDMA carriers jumping onto the GSM wave


Public wireless speed limits

Data standard

Peak Rate (FL)

Spectral efficiency

(b/s/Hz/sector)

2G

GSM, IS136, IS95, Paging

CSD/CDPD

14.4 kbps

0.002

2.5/3G

GPRS, EDGE, CDMA 1x, UMTS

GPRS (TDMA)

115 kbps

0.016

EDGE classic (TDMA)

384 kbps

0.06

1xRTT (CDMA)

614 kbps

0.2

UMTS R3 (WCDMA)

2 Mbps

0.17

3.5G

1xEV-DO, 1xEV-DV, HSDPA

1xEV-DV (CDMA)

3.1 Mbps

1.12

1xEV-DO (CDMA)

3.1 Mbps

1.12

HSDPA R5 (CDMA)

10.8 Mbps

0.6

3.5G+

MIMO-OFDM

MIMO-OFDM (802.16e)

40 Mbps

4.1

Public Wireless Speed Limits

Technologies


Impact on users

File size

2G

2.5G

3G

3.5G

3.5G+

SMS

<1 sec

<1 sec

<<1 sec

<<1 sec

<<1 sec

Email

10kB

4.2 sec

1 sec

<<1 sec

<<1 sec

<<1 sec

Web page

50kB

30 sec

6.7 sec

<<1 sec

<<1 sec

<<1 sec

Picture

0.5MB

23 min

19 sec

2.1 sec

1.3 sec

0.1 sec

Audio Track

15 MB

42 min

19.5 min

1 min

40 sec

3 sec

Music Video

30MB

5 hr

1 hr

2 min

1.3 min

6 sec

Movie

900MB

118 hr

26 hr

1 hr

40 min

3 min

Impact On Users


Metcalfe s law

RFID

Metcalfe’s Law

Networked

Everything

Value

# of networked end points

Metcalfe’s Law enables increasing value from networking


What s the killer app

What’s The Killer App?

Unified Communications… anytime, anywhere, anyhow


It s about time

It’s About Time

  • “An organization's ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive business advantage.”Jack Welch, General Electric

  • Almost three-quarters of the top IT executives surveyed say speed to market is critical in their industry.

    CIO Insight's July03 research on the real-time enterprise

  • There are two critical resources in life:

    • The speed of light

    • The human life span

      Geoffrey A. Moore

Time to get served or provide service

Time to adapt to new customer needs

Time to profitable revenues

Time to isolate new security threats

Time to recover when things go wrong


Problem solvers struggling with communications

Problem Solvers Struggling With Communications

Source: Investors Business Daily Monday December 6, 2004 page A6


Unified communications

Unified Communications

  • Communication markets converging to form UC:

  • Voice messaging and unified messaging

  • Live voice, such as private branch exchanges (PBXs) — call handling

  • E-mail

  • Voice, Web and video conferencing, and collaboration

  • Instant messaging (IM) and live-presence indicator

  • Interworkable to document, email, work flow and project management ‘collaborative’ apps

Source: Gartner Group Mar05


What is sip

What is SIP?

Nortel Networks:

SIP-driven converged communications connects users over any device, utilizing individual preferences to eliminate access barriers, and provide real-time network and application awareness that improve productivity and streamline business processes.

Text Book:

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a text-based signaling protocol, for initiating interactive communication sessions between users. Such sessions include voice, video, chat, interactive games, and virtual reality.


Seamless mobility

Seamless Mobility

Phone

Web Kiosk

Home

Phone

Laptop

PC

REMOTE

Headset

DSL

PC

WLAN

HOME

PSTN

Corporate fixed / mobile

Communications

PC

LAN

IP

LAN

OFFICE

MOBILITY

Desk

Phone

PBX

User Mobility

MOBILE

Mobile / PDA

(eg. P900)

Device Mobility

Network Mobility

WiFi / 1x

/ 3G PC

GSM / CDMA

Mobile

1xRTT / GPRS

PDA

Work is something you do, not somewhere you go


Personalization presence

Personalization & Presence

Control for communications effectiveness and privacy


Application convergence

Application Convergence

  • SIP and Web Services driven

  • Presence in all business apps

  • Seamless integration with visual domain

  • Common directories

Web services

CRM

SCM

ERP

Real-time collaboration

Business Applications

Transforming business by eliminating the boundaries between inter-human communications and business apps


What should be looking for

What Should be Looking For


Converged wireless lans

Mesh

  • Open Spaces

  • Ubiquitous Coverage

  • Reduced Back Haul

  • No existing

  • Infrastructure

  • Central Management

Converged Wireless LANs

  • Ubiquitous Coverage

  • Green Field

  • Active Security

  • Central Management

  • Plug’n’Play/Grow

+Planning tools

+More Flexibility

+Mobile Multi-media

+Service Resiliency

  • Access Points

  • Security Switch

  • Management Software


Mobility clients

Mobility Clients

  • WLAN handsets with voice feature richness and end-to-end QoE

  • VoIP soft clients for PCs and PDAs

  • Multimedia soft clients for PCs and PDAs

  • IPSec VPN and Remote Access Managers for PCs

  • SSL transparent clients for PCs

  • PDA security clients


Ssl and ipsec remote access vpn solutions

SSL and IPSec Remote Access VPN Solutions

SSL

Clientless, enhanced clientless and transparent modes

‘Clientless’ access

Access to select applications through a web portal

Access to all applications through native desktop

IPSec

Network layer encryption

Wired and wireless applications

Access from Managed PC with VPN client

Converged solution with user authentication, data confidentiality and data integrity


Multimedia services

Multimedia Services

  • Real-time voice, data and video

  • Secure instant messaging

  • Instant File Transfer

  • Web push & co-browse

  • Clipboard Transfer

  • Virtual Whiteboard

  • Multimedia conferencing

    • Adhoc Audio & Video

    • Meet Me Audio multiparty

    • Meet Me Audio & Video multiparty

    • Status via IMs

    • Specialist applications

Integration for ease of use, management and security


Where we are headed

Across Wireless

& Wireline

Where we are Headed…

Optimized for

Voice & Multimedia

Universal & Secure

From any Device

Delivering the Virtual Enterprise:

Messaging / Collaboration

SecureRemoteAccess

IPTelephony

WirelessLAN

WirelessMesh

Integrated

Applications

always connected, always consistent: wherever, whenever, whatever


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