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SeON Standardization Areas for GISFI. GISFI # 07, Dec 19-22, 2011, New Delhi Author: Niranth Organization: Huawei Doc No: GISFI_SeON_201112169. Agenda. Introduction Standardization areas in SeON Next Steps. Introduction.

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seon standardization areas for gisfi

SeON Standardization Areas for GISFI

GISFI # 07, Dec 19-22, 2011, New Delhi

Author: Niranth

Organization: Huawei

Doc No: GISFI_SeON_201112169

agenda
Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Standardization areas in SeON
  • Next Steps
introduction
Introduction
  • SeON WG has progressed well on the following Tasks of Technical Reports:
    • SeON Framework: Focus on requirements based on End user apps, Policies, Underlying networks (CN, OSS/BSS, MSS)
    • Gap Analysis of SDOs: Principally focusing on ATIS SON and IEEE P1903 (Std. on NGSON Architecture) + other study groups in ITU-T, OMA, TMF.
    • Business Models and Arch: Points out situation of stakeholders and the wish list.
standardization areas
Standardization Areas
  • QoS
    • End to End QoS for composed services/applications in a multi-operator environment.
  • Service Composition
    • Composition of services/applications in a multi-operator environment. Especially rapid application adaptation for semi-urban and rural applications.
  • Self Organization
    • Self organization of service operations applicable in a multi-operator environment.
  • Content Delivery
    • Content delivery in a multi-operator environment. Efficient mechanisms to reach semi-urban and rural users.
  • Context Awareness
    • Adaptation of application based on contexts of users, networks, device and services.
  • Identity Management
    • Handling multi-identity in the form of Global ID across multi-operator environment.
next steps
Next Steps
  • Co-operation with SDOs.
    • IEEE NGSON
    • ATIS SON
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