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  1. NANCFuture of Numbering(FoN)Working Group February 22, 2008 Tri-Chairs James Castagna, Verizon Don Gray, Nebraska PSC Adam Newman, Telcordia

  2. Report Summary • Summary of Activity Since Last Report • Overview of AID Submissions Since Last Meeting • AIM Tracking Matrix • Future Meeting Schedule 2

  3. Summary of Activity Since Last Report • FoN met eight times since the last report • Presentations and discussions on FTN-2, 3, and 4 • FTN 5 has been introduced (reduced scope of FTN 3) • FoN continues to review and work a significant number of contributions on the accepted projects

  4. Overview of Activity Identification and Description (AID) Submissions since Last Meeting Accepted • FTN-5 Analysis of Commons and Property Rights Models for the Allocation, Assignment and Administration of NANP Toll Free Numbering Resources Presented • FTN-2 Telematics and the use of NANP numbers • FTN-5 Analysis of Commons and Property Rights Models for the allocation of NANP Numbering Resources (reduced scope of FTN-3) • FTN-4 Geographic Issues Impacting Numbering Policy Decisions Pending Presentation • What are the Network Topology and Numbering System Impacts of changes to numbering resources. • Addressing, Interoperability, and ENUM • Mobile/Nomadic Society Demands and Changing Numbering Requirements (Expanded discussion of FTN-4)

  5. Activity/Project Identification Matrix (AIM)

  6. History – déjà vue all over again • Mr. Atkinson expressed interest in several items and the WG agreed to further discuss the following: • Why do numbers need to be geographic – is there a number boundary? • Impact of nomadic and/or mobile numbers vis-a-vis VoIP and/or cellular – when area codes cease to be meaningful. • Do LATAs continue to exist? • Do rate centers continue to exist? • Marketplace allocation/solutions of numbering resources – buying/selling using a marketplace allocation approach as opposed to regulatory allocation system. • Who owns the number? • What are the system and network topology impacts? • What are the GSM North America issues – Anna Miller? • Are there international roaming issues? • 10 Digit Dialing? • What is the tipping point question? (From the FoN 11/16/2004 Meeting Minutes, Item 7 FON Work/Analysis Issues)

  7. Meeting Schedule 7