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Continuity - F ixed Mobile Convergence. CS (Call Server) SG (Signaling Gateway) SLR (Subs Location Regiser) PSC (Processing Server for CDR). MAP over SS7. FIXED / WIRELINE NETWORK. MOBILE NETWORK. HLR /VLR. EXISTING SOFTSWITCH. SS7 NETWORK. MSC. EXISTING MEDIA GATEWAY.

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continuity f ixed mobile convergence
Continuity - Fixed Mobile Convergence
  • CS (Call Server)
  • SG (Signaling Gateway)
  • SLR (Subs Location Regiser)
  • PSC (Processing Server for CDR)

MAP over SS7

FIXED / WIRELINE

NETWORK

MOBILE

NETWORK

HLR /VLR

EXISTING

SOFTSWITCH

SS7

NETWORK

MSC

EXISTING

MEDIA GATEWAY

PSTN/PLMN

NETWORK

Hot Spot

Wireless

WiFi/GSM Dual Mode Handset

WiFi/GSM Dual Mode Handset

Inter-Roaming betweenWiFi domain and mobile network

solution fit for different operators
Solution fit for different Operators
  • MNO (e.g. Cingular, Sprint)
    • Improve the mobile coverage with low cost WiFi- Residential / Enterprise / Public hotspot
    • Partner with Cable/Fixed Op to offer total package- Triple or Quadra-play
  • NGN Operator (e.g. Vonage)
    • Enhance their current offerings with mobile capability
    • Partner with MNO as whole sell (MVNO) or roaming
  • Integrated Service Provider (e.g. Brazil Telecom)
    • In-house Mobile and Fixed line operation
    • FMC allows them to use fixed line infrastructure to offer mobile service
    • The combined infrastructure provides lower OPEX ratio comparing with pure MNO
  • Cable Operators (e.g. GCI, Comcast)
    • Partner with MNO to offer FMC
    • Natural extension from Triple-play to Quadra-play – Voice, Data, TV/Video, Mobile
  • FMC-Enabler (e.g. VeriSign)
    • Host equipment and provide FMC backend capability to other NGN, MNO operators
    • Work with multiple small/tier 2/3 operators – Don’t acquire FMC subs directly
fmc solution advantage service provider perspective
FMC Solution Advantage – Service Provider Perspective
  • Converged service infrastructure by consolidating the voice services between the fixed and mobile networks
    • Mobile coverage (GSM, CDMA) – Offering mobility, convenience and ubiquity
    • Wi-Fi SIP over broadband – Offer better quality, lower cost and feature rich capabilities
  • Enhancement of Service Quality
    • Stimulates the new service opportunities to increase ARPU
    • Capability to quickly include value added services - VMS, SMS, CRBT, FMFM, Centrex..
    • Provides the service differentiators and creates the service stickiness to lower the churn rate
  • Reduction in CAPEX/OPEX
    • by offloading the traffic from cellular to WLAN and spending less on infrastructure buildout
  • Single set of user credentials
    • Using GSM IMSI method authentication for both networks simplifying the user management
  • System Reliability and Scalability backed by Real Deployment
    • Based on the proven NGN (mSwitch) platform (and its IP core)
    • The single mSwitch solution implementation serves over 2.1 m subscribers
  • Architecture compliant with 3G/IMS
    • Future-proof via open standards
fmc solution advantage user perspective
FMC Solution Advantage-User Perspective
  • FMC enable users to access their voice and data services transparently, regardless of their location, device, or network-access method
  • ‘One Number’ and ‘One Phone’ service
  • WiFi SIP or GSM/CDMA coverage
    • The user will be able to initiate and terminate calls at any place
  • Seamless Roaming
    • The user will have non-interrupted call sessions when moving from one network to another
  • Uniform and consistent service accessibility & behavior independent of access
    • especially attractive for enterprise users to extend corporate VPN to cellular networks.
  • Reduced monthly charges & convenience of a single bill
    • Simplified and Unified service plans and payment schemes.
    • A single always reachable phone number (Option for dual number)
  • Availability of new services
    • e.g. IM, Unified VM, SMS, Unified phone book, CRBT….
fmc value proposition
FMC Value Proposition
  • Service providers can now:
  • Reduce churn by providing single number NGN & wireless service to customers
  • Increase stickiness through advanced services
  • Generate new revenue through supporting roaming agreements
  • Future-proof via open standards
  • Maintain a single cost-optimized network infrastructure
no impact to existing networks
No Impact to Existing Networks
  • To Existing NGN Networks:
    • A functional module addition to the existing SoftSwitch and backend application
      • Able to use the existing NGN for call processing and routing
    • Normal NGN users are still served by existing infrastructure
      • Zero impact of the FS addition
    • All (home/visiting) FMC users will be served by the FMC-FS
      • Registration, authentication, roaming, call processing, handover
    • FMC-FS requires access to FMC user profile data
      • HSS (Home Subscriber Server) model of IMS
  • To Existing GSM Networks:
    • GSM Homed FMC users appear to be regular GSM users
    • NGN Homed FMC users appear to be visiting GSM users
    • FMC-FS uses standard roaming Interface to the GSM Network
video conference service
Video Conference Service

Video Conference Service:

  • Multiple types of conference
  • Multiple conference reservation methods
  • Automatic notification to conference participants
  • Rich set of conference management and control functions

Centralized mService Center

Conference AS

Parlay API

Parlay Gateway

mSwitch

Domain 2

mSwitch

Domain 1

SIP

SIP

SLR

SLR

CS-P

CS-P

ISUP

ISUP

iAN8000

iAN8000

PSTN/PLMN

inumber find me follow me
iNumber – Find Me Follow Me

Centralized mService Center

  • iNumber is UTStarcom solution name for Find-Me-Follow-Me service
  • Subscriber registers one number as a master number
  • Then associates other numbers to the master number- home, office ...
  • Whenever the master number is called, the system will ring sequentially all the numbers
  • Flexible number bundling among SIP user, PSTN POTS, PLMN MSISDN etc.
  • Dial one number to reach all the bundled number
  • Support sequential and simultaneous ringing options
  • Activated/deactivated through web/IVR

iNumber App.

Parlay API

Parlay Gateway

Provisoning

Center

mSwitch

Domain 2

mSwitch

Domain 1

SIP

SIP

SLR

SLR

CS-P

CS-P

ISUP

iAN8000

iAN8000

PSTN/PLMN

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CRBT

UT CRBT Suite

User web portal/OSS

NMS

OSS

PSTN

CRBT media library

TS

(SLR, PSC)

CRBT media/signaling server

2

NFS

1

5

CS-P/iUMG #1

4

3

NGN

Access

pstn to ngn migration case study
PSTN to NGN Migration Case Study

Background

  • A leading tier 1 carrier in Philippine
    • Owning 2m fixed & 22m GSM mobile customers as of Q2 2006
  • A public company listed in NYSE
    • Total market cap of US$7.8B as of Sept 2006
    • Total revenue US$2.5B in last 4 quarters
    • EBITDA US$1.6B in last 4 quarters
    • Operating margin 37%
  • A fast growing service provider in Asia
    • Provides fixed line, GSM mobile and broadband data service to both residential and enterprise customers

Problem Statement

  • How to sustain and grow the fixed line service?
    • Lots of population without telephone service
    • Lots of business users demand more service
  • How to increase the ARPU leveraging NGN/IMS?
    • IPTV? FMC? Triple-play? Quadrupled-Play?
  • How to lower the OPEX?
    • Real estate expense in the big metropolitan area?
    • Power consumption?
    • Human resource required for operation?
  • How to manage EOL/EOS of the aged TDM switches?
    • The cost of maintaining is unbalance with the cost of buying new
utstarcom solution
UTStarcom Solution
  • PSTN Emulation Subsystem – PES
    • Provide services to green-field customers
    • Replace the existing TDM switch – total 7 models in place
  • mSwitch as the core
    • SoftSwitch + Gateways + Backend office applications
  • iAN8000 as the access
    • Combination of DSL, DLC and VoIP AG
  • Foundation for FMC and IPTV in the future
  • Phase 1: Started with 150K NGN lines capacity
    • Network installation and migration planning for 3 months
    • First TDM switch replacement/migration in March 2006
    • Adding customer via both old switch migration and green field expansion
  • Service extension to Centrex
    • Targeting under served enterprise customers
  • Phase 2: Network expansion to total of 500K NGN lines
    • Contract signed in later 2006
    • Network fully deployed
  • Phase 3: Planning for total of 1.5M NGN lines in 2008
  • Total 5m NGN lines planned in next 3 – 5 years
  • 150+ CO sites replaced by 3 NGN SS sites
migration benefits
Migration Benefits
  • CAPEX Savings
    • Central Office (CO) consolidation
    • Simpler network with fewer types and pieces of equipment
  • OPEX Cost Savings- 80%
    • Operation and Maintenance cost reduction
      • Reduced power consumption- 94% (Reduced air-conditioning requirements)
      • Faster provisioning of services
  • Floor Space Savings- 92%
    • Reduced space requirements
    • Consolidation of cabinet areas
  • Improvement in “time-to-market” for new services- 90%
    • Faster introduction of new services
    • Increase in Revenues
  • EOL management
    • End of support to critical TDM components- High cost of vendor support
    • Stop manufacturing of components
    • Salvage components to support in-house repair of modules when they run out of spares.
blueprint of one real co space reduction
Blueprint of One Real CO Space Reduction

6 x 34 =204 ft2

48 x 29 =1392 ft2

Total Space= 1392+209+24= 1625 ft2

Total Saving in One CO =1421 ft2

19 x 11 =209ft2

6 x 4 =24 ft2

greatest experience cut over procedure
Greatest Experience: Cut-Over Procedure
  • IP, NGN, and PSTN inter-connect infrastructure configured and tested
  • AGs installed, wired on MDF, configured, and qualified 
  • Migration of Digital Loop Carriers
    • Retrofitting the access gateways in existing DLC cabinet
    • Consolidation of cabinet areas
  • Sample subscriber data populated, provision ADSL Sub
  • Number migration set up and tested for lines and trunks
  • Bulk sub data migrated and tested again for all features and billing
  • MDF- isolation pin switched so that sub lines are switched from legacy switch to AGs (a couple of minutes)
  • PSTN tandem switches re-route traffic from legacy switch to NGN C4 (1 minute)
thank you
Thank You

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