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IP Networking and MEDIACOM - 2004 Workshop / Geneva IP Management - Why, What and How - 25, April, 2001 Transport Systems Group , Fujitsu Ltd. Masayoshi Ejiri ejiri@jp.fujitsu.com Explosion of Data Traffic Data Traffic Voice 2000 ~ 2003 Year Evolution of Internet in Japan 1997 1998

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IP Networking and MEDIACOM - 2004 Workshop / Geneva

IP Management- Why, What and How -

25, April, 2001

Transport Systems Group,Fujitsu Ltd.

Masayoshi Ejiri

ejiri@jp.fujitsu.com

explosion of data traffic
Explosion of Data Traffic

Data

Traffic

Voice

2000 ~ 2003

Year

evolution of internet in japan
Evolution of Internet in Japan

1997

1998

1999

2000

1996

2001

2002

2003

Source: Infocom Research Inc. http://www.icr.co.jp/

number of subscribers in japan march 2001
Number of Subscribers in Japan---March 2001---
  • Telephone : 129M

Fixed : 62M ( Incl. ISDN : 10M)

Mobile : 67M

  • Internet : 65M

Fixed : 30M

Mobile : 35M

Note: Population : 120M

color TV terminals: 100M,

PCs : 100M

paradigm shift
Paradigm Shift

Business

eBusiness

  • Simple
  • Network/Services
  • Regulated Market
  • Dominant Carrier
  • Telecom Technology
  • Human Year
  • Multi, Heterogeneous
  • Network/ Services
  • Open Market
  • Multi/ Virtual SP
  • Information Technology
  • Dog Year
e business model
e-Business Model

EndUsers

CSP ASP

Logistics

Contents

Customers

IP Services / Networks

IPManagement

IPResource

ISP, BSP

ip services for speed simple and smile ebusiness
IP Services--for Speed, Simple and Smile eBusiness--

Customers’ DemandProviders’ Solution

  • Speedy / Easy Subscription On Line, Real Time Provisioning
  • Non Stop Services  Reliable & Scalable Networks / Systems
  • Quick Response  High Throughput Mechanism
  • Secure Services  Security Level Agreement
  • Price Performance  Negotiation
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Target of IP Management

Competitive Service Creation

with

  • Low Price
  • Managed Quality

for Customer Retention and Profit

cost price down strategy
Cost / Price Down Strategy

Resource

Business Process

Customer Self Operation

by Process Integration/

Automation

100% Resource Usage

(24/7/365)

by Dynamic Service Negotiation

with Pricing Strategy

COTS/ PnP Products

OSS

sla for ip management
SLA for IP Management

Public Network / Services IP network / Services

Fixed QoS  Negotiated CoS

Network Performance Oriented  Human Interface Oriented

Internal within SP  Open and Visible to Customers

<Best Effort SLA (Announcement)> <Guaranteed SLA (Agreement)>

Based on Embedded Based on Management

QoS Mechanism Excellence and Negotiation

scope of ip management
Scope of IP Management

IP Service Plane

eBusiness

(Customer)

IP

Operations

Service

IP

Transmission

Service

SP Policy Plane

Operations

Resource

Operator

Service

Network

OSS

Policy

Manager

OSS

Human

Finance

Partner

tmn to e business management solution
TMN to e-Business Management Solution

BM

  • Negotiation
  • Policy

BM

NM

SM

SM

Visibility

NM

RM

  • Network
  • Services
  • Contents
  • Human
  • Finance
  • …...

NM

EM

EM

TMN

eMS

TelecommunicationsManagementNetwork

e-BusinessManagementSolution

functional service architecture
Functional Service Architecture

STB

PC

PDA

Telephone

Mobile

CPN

Client

Layer

Service

Application

Layer

POTS

VOD

Conference

xSP

IN

Service

Control

Layer

QoS

control

access/call

control

connection

control

configuration

control

session

control

Trail

Layer

SONET

SDH

FDDI

WLL

xDSL

PON

FWA

WDM

Medium

Layer

Optical

COX

pair

Radio

ip management architecture
IP Management Architecture

Layer

MO

Function

IP Customer Care Layer

Customer Interaction Process

Service NegotiationSelf Operation

IP Application Layer

VOIP, Conference, e-Business, Multicast, etc.

Application Dependent Transport

IP Service Layer

Router, IP Service Node, etc

IP dependent / AP Independent Transport

IP Transport Layer

Photonic, SDH, ATM, POTS LAN, WAN, Access, etc.

IP Independent Transport

service negotiation

Customer

OSF

Resources

Pricing DB

Resource DB

Service Negotiation

3. Agreed Service

4. Service Report

1. Negotiation

2. Service Provision

Service Negotiation Function

Status Report

Policy

Class of Service DB

Traffic/ QoS

DB

Operation

negotiation
Negotiation?

Timing

Features

・ Static (long term)

・ Pre Assigned

・ On Demand

・ Price

・ Qos / Cos

・ Bandwidth

・ Delivery Time

・ Security

etc.

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Policy Repository

Policy Management

-for Flexible and Dynamic Service Creation-

Customers

Operators

Interactive Negotiation

Policy Descriptor

Resource

Management

Policy Editor

Policy Management

Policy Executor

Policy Decision

Function

OSS

OSS

it capable terminal
IT Capable Terminal

Negotiation Agent

(e.g Java applet)

Negotiation Agent

(e.g Java applet)

JVM

Web Browser

etc.

Operation Window

(e.g XML)

Service/

Resource

Status

Operation Window

(e.g XML)

Catalogue

Negotiation

Inquiry

Negotiation

Agent

Operation

Window

Service Provider

Customer

ip management systems development

IP Management Systems Development

IP Management

Systems

・Business Process

・Functional

Architecture

・ Information Model

・Software

Architecture

・Platform

・ COTS/ PnP

  • Customer Demand
  • Industry Consensus
  • Strategy/ Policy
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For Faster, Cheaper and Better OSS

Consensus of Business Process and OSS

・COTS:Commercial Off the Shelf Software

・Proof of Interoperability

Plug and Play Software Packages and Management Systems in Global Market

----> Not Built but Buy

basic process and functional architecture

Basic Process and Functional Architecture

Customer

TM

PM

SO

AM

Customer faced Operation

Mediation

RP

Resource faced Operation

AM : Account Management

SO : Service Order

PM : Performance Management

TM : Trouble Management

RP : Resource Provisioning

Resource

foundation

SO F.

TT F.

SDH F.

ATM F.

SM C.F

NM C.F

EM C.F

C Business

A Business

B Business

SM / NM C.F.

Telco C.F.

I T C.F.

Telco / IT Common Foundation (C.F)

Foundation

NW Domain Specific Foundation

Core NWF.

Access NWF.

Technology Specific Foundation

Process Specific Foundation

Business Specific Foundation

process integration

Process Integration

AP

AP

AP

AP

DB

WFE

WFE

Policy

Management

Policy

Management

AP

DB

AP

AP

DB

DB

WFE : Work Flow Engine

- Directory

- Interface Conversion

- Logical Gate AND/OR Split Multicast

- Correlation, Filtering . . .

conclusion
Conclusion
  • Why ? Support eBusiness by Competitive Service

Creation in New Paradigm

  • What ? Negotiation for Customer Defined Services

and SLA

  • How ? Policy Based Management and COTS/ PnP

OSS

new paradigm
New Paradigm
  • TMN to eBusiness Management Solution
  • Speed ,Dynamic and Flexible Operations

-Policy Based Management

-Customer Self Operation

  • Negotiation( Customer Participated) based SLA
  • Consensus among Industries and Customers
migration to new millennium
Migration to New Millennium

BPR

Consortia

ITU

Existing

(Real)

World

New

(Ideal?)

World

Consensus

Customers

eBusiness

OSS

21st Century

20th Century

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“Excellence of

Telecommunications Management

is the Key Differentiater

In 2000s Telecom Business.”