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  1. 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

  2. Explosion of Data Traffic Data Traffic Voice 2000 ~ 2003 Year

  3. Evolution of Internet in Japan 1997 1998 1999 2000 1996 2001 2002 2003 Source: Infocom Research Inc. http://www.icr.co.jp/

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. e-Business Model EndUsers CSP ASP Logistics Contents Customers IP Services / Networks IPManagement IPResource ISP, BSP

  7. 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

  8. Target of IP Management Competitive Service Creation with • Low Price • Managed Quality for Customer Retention and Profit

  9. 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

  10. 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

  11. 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

  12. 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

  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. Negotiation? Timing Features ・ Static (long term) ・ Pre Assigned ・ On Demand ・ Price ・ Qos / Cos ・ Bandwidth ・ Delivery Time ・ Security etc.

  17. 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

  18. 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

  19. IP Management Systems Development IP Management Systems ・Business Process ・Functional Architecture ・ Information Model ・Software Architecture ・Platform ・ COTS/ PnP • Customer Demand • Industry Consensus • Strategy/ Policy

  20. 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

  21. 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

  22. ‘FAB’ High-level process breakdown

  23. 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

  24. NGOSS™ Framework

  25. 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 . . .

  26. Connection ManagementMulti-Protocol Demonstration

  27. 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

  28. 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

  29. Migration to New Millennium BPR Consortia ITU Existing (Real) World New (Ideal?) World Consensus Customers eBusiness OSS 21st Century 20th Century

  30. “Excellence of Telecommunications Management is the Key Differentiater In 2000s Telecom Business.”