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Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) Update. Susan Miller, President & CEO, ATIS. Highlight of ATIS Activities.

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alliance for telecommunications industry solutions atis update

Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS)Update

Susan Miller,

President & CEO, ATIS

highlight of atis activities
Highlight of ATIS Activities
  • ATIS’ objective is to develop technical and operational solutions – standards, business use cases, best practices, requirements, road maps, definitions, interoperability tests, market analyses, technology/policy positions, etc.
  • ATIS places an emphasis on its members’ market-driven priorities – at the intersection of business and technology.
    • Led by a senior executive Board of Directors, its Technology and Operations (TOPS) Council, and its CIO Council.
    • Business opportunities to be realized and business challenges to be solved sets the priority agenda.
highlight of 2011 atis activities
Highlight of 2011 ATIS Activities
  • Evolving Our Approach – Moving to delivering output in concert with business needs for priority work.
    • Tight time frames with parallel interoperability needs addressed – fast tracking more the norm;
    • Smaller development groups with greater range of expertise;
    • Engagement of business organizations with more emphasis on business value; and
    • “Launch and adjust” – evolutionary approach.
  • Landscape Teams -- to Focus Groups -- to Output Development
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Highlight of 2011 ATIS Activities
  • Cloud Services -- Forum Launches
  • Network Optimization -- Focus Group Report completed.
  • Consolidation and Convergence -- Task Force Report completed.
  • IP Downloadable Security -- “Incubator” wrapping up with downloadable security solution specification completion.
  • Launching Work on:
    • Over The Top Services
    • eHealth
    • Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) Transition
    • Cyber Security
    • Unifying Client Architecture
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Highlight of 2011 ATIS Activities
  • Cloud Services Forum (CSF) Launches in February 2011
    • Definition of cloud services, functional usage scenarios, and service enablers.
    • Interconnected cloud services and how service providers can leverage their core network and service attributes.
  • First Priority Use Cases:
    • Content Delivery Network-Interconnection
    • Telepresence – interworking of at least 2 systems in multiple carrier domains and across 2 different supplier TP systems plus 3 other use cases to define the ultimate service architecture.
    • Virtual Desktop
    • Virtual Private Network
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Highlight of 2011 ATIS Activities
  • Completed Network Optimization Focus Group Report
    • Recommendations to help networks become more efficient at handling traffic growth while maintaining a high quality of experience for end-users:
      • How and when traffic is routed, policed shaped, and prioritized
    • Examined a wide range of network optimization use cases, identifying the required service capabilities, various implementation options, and regulatory considerations.
      • Included such optimization functions as caching, TCP optimization, signaling proxies, video rate adaption/compression, buffer management techniques, etc.
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Highlight of 2011 ATIS Activities
  • Consolidation and Convergence Task Force Report
    • Outgrowth of ATIS’ effort on facilities consolidation
    • Considers consolidation in the environment of moving towards next generation networks – assessing the business drivers and technologies for consolidation. Included:
      • The implications of the “Next Gen CO”;
      • Multi-vendor support once COs are consolidated;
      • Managing a consolidated network; and
      • Regulatory impacts.
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Highlight of 2011 ATIS Activities
  • IP Downloadable Security Incubator
    • Mission: development of an internal, network-delivered downloadable security solution (DSS) for IPTV, including technical specifications related to DSS.
    • Effort extended to the “three screen experience”, mobile device applications, HTML.5 content, and MPEG-4 delivery.
    • Specification to be submitted to ATIS’ IPTV Interoperability Forum (IIF) to standardize.
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Highlight of 2011 ATIS Activities
  • Over the Top (OTT) Services
    • Focus and support service provider interoperability and integration.
    • Assess how to integrate OTT as a wholesale offering.
    • Develop an interworking architecture for OTT services.
    • Target services will include VoIP Interop, Video, Chat, and Gaming
  • eHealth
    • Determine how the industry will address eHealth issues from a service provider perspective.
    • Assess the privacy/security concerns and develop relevant security classes for data.
    • Develop industry best practices/guidelines for deploying eHealthservices.
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Highlight of 2011 ATIS Activities
  • PSTN Transition
    • Understand what the new network should do and what it will consist of, including what components from the old network will be on the new network.
    • Understand the regulatory implications of rolling out the new network -- specifically for VoIP and OTT providers.
    • Identify security issues.
  • Cyber Security
    • Create a Cyber Security architecture to define the role of security as a foundational enabler that will provide a platform for service delivery from the mobile device/CPE, virtualized network edge, and/or the Data Center/Cloud.
    • Understand White House requirements on Cyber Security and identify next steps for ATIS members.
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Highlight of 2011 ATIS Activities
  • Unifying Client Architecture
    • Identify common features exposed by devices and operating systems to application clients.
    • Determine information to be included in APIs for these features.
    • Develop a framework architecture to provide a hardware-agnostic view of device functionality.
observations and direction
Observations and Direction
  • The pace of innovation, the need for business relevance, the speed of the output’s delivery is more important than it has ever been to ATIS members.
  • The integration of network and IT are happening and will enable companies to provide services with an interoperable, media-rich, service-oriented network.
  • The standards landscape is shifting: greater value received from “standards for business sake.”
  • Re-invention of how we develop standards will be essential.
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Observations and Direction
  • Reshape and rethink the “new networks” – many new forces in play.
    • Traditional telephone – now moving towards all IP -- offering media and entertainment.
    • IPTV, 3D TV, “TV Everywhere” and Holography.
    • IMS, Web 3.0 and IPv6.
    • Broadband Everywhere.
    • Mobility is here – new devices, services, and capabilities.