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Audio/Video Network Convergence with High Capacity Systems

Voice & Video Engine for Mass Distribution

Amir Zmora

VP Business Development

Surf Communication Solutions


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Presentation Agenda

  • Surf Overview

  • The Market -- and the Technology that Drives the Trends

  • Triple-Play Development Considerations

  • Hardware Trends


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Surf provides Hardware and Software that enable…

Surf Overview

large-scale propagation of voice & video applications

large-scale propagation of voice & video applications


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Surf is the ONLY company in the world that offers Triple-Play (Voice, Video, Data) media processing technology simultaneously on a single platform;

Uniqueness

Uniqueness

Surf is the first company ever to offer complete media processing solutions on an AMC platform, enabling the creation of a Voice and Video engine driving mass distribution of high-capacity applications

Surf is the ONLY company in theworld capable of providing its solutionon ANYTI C-64x DSP

VERY High Barrier To Entry


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Board-Level Solution

DSP Software

SurfUP (SurfGate, SurfStream)

SurfAce/SurfRiderPCI, PTMC and AMC

Diagnostics Expert System

Chip-Level Solution

SurfInsightPC-based

SurfDSP-xxC64x-based

Strategic Focus

IP

PSTN

Mobile

Media Gateway/Server

SurfGeneration


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The Market -- and the Technology that Drives the Trends


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Carrier

Infrastructure

Voice Calls

Voice

Gateway

C-5x

Conference Room

Today’s Technology

Supporting Infrastructure

Users / Application

enabling

enabling

Conferencing

Server


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Carrier

Infrastructure

Voice Calls

Voice

Gateway

C-5x

Conference Room

Today’s Technology

Supporting Infrastructure

Users / Application

enabling

enabling

Conferencing

Server


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SIP Video Phone

enabling

Legacy Phone

enabling

Generation

True convergence

3G-324M or WiFi Mobile Video Phone

PC Soft Phone

Tomorrow’s / Future Technology

Supporting Infrastructure

Users / Application

Video Calls

Carrier

Infrastructure

Video

Conference

Voice & Video

Media Gateway

Media Server

IPTV

Mobile Presence

C-6x

Content

Streaming

Security/

Surveillance


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Cellular – 3G Services (1)

  • Video Download & Streaming

    • Download is the most common method for video entertainment

      • Content saved on phone

      • Solves QoS issues

    • Streaming requires higher bandwidth but has also advantages:

      • More “real-time”

      • Easier in DRM perspective – content is not saved

      • Phone memory used only for buffering

  • Service examples

    • V-Live of NTT DoCoMo – Real-Time TV

    • Video on demand

    • Home/Business/Homeland security – Video surveillance


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Cellular – 3G Services (2)

  • Video Streaming – Circuit-Switched vs. IP

  • IP

    • Cost effective

    • Easier integration with broadband networks

  • Circuit-Switched

    • QoS is fixed and predictable

    • Well-defined mechanism for addressing and billing

    • Easy access: Dial number and use DTMF to choose clip

    • It works…


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Cellular – 3G Services (3)

  • Messaging & Presence

    • Evolution: IM  MMS  Video mail

    • PoC

    • Presence – Not only online/offline but if available for service X with person Y

    • Self created content;No DRM issues


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Cellular – 3G Services (4)

  • PoC – Half-duplex communication (Push-to-Talk, Show, View)

    • Implemented over IP using SIP

    • Many implementations are still proprietary

  • Video Telephony

    • A 3G service that uses 64Kbps for Control, Voice and Video – 3G-324M

    • Video: MPEG-4

    • Audio: NB-AMR

    • Adopted by 3Gpp and 3GPP2 but deployed currently on W-CDMA networks only


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Cellular – 3G Services (5)

  • Video Telephony Issues

    • User adoption is still limited

    • Network affect will make it more popular in the future (need someone to call)

    • Quality is not high – 10FPS, QCIF

    • Call setup delay


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Cellular – 3G Services (6)

  • Video Sharing

    • Feature introduced by Nokia

    • While in voice circuit switch session, opens a parallel SIP session

    • Shares live video, clips, pictures

    • Effective bandwidth usage (IP vs. CS)


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SIP messages

PS-Video

Nokia Video Sharing Demo

Ongoing CS-call

User A

User B

Initiate sharing session

User accepts invitation. Video sharing session is established.

User A camera view displayed

Select Share live video from options

Pressing Start begins video sharing

Pressing Stop ends sharing


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Conclusions

  • Voice price is shrinking

    • Infrastructure – Voice port price

    • Operators – Voice revenue (International/Long distance/Local)

  • Moving to one box solution for voice/video, Mobile/Wireless/Wireline - All in one - Siemens Wireline & Wireless merge (ICN+ICM=Com)

  • Moving into the video market is essential for telecom equipment manufacturers

  • Video deployment will dramatically grow due to:

    • Competition between service providers/operators/cables

    • Cross network services

    • Network effect



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Applications

Host

H.323 SIP

PRI/ BRI CAS

3G-324M

H.323 SIP

H.223+H.245 (3G-324M)

IP/ UDP

TDM H.223/ H.221

  • Fax Channel:

  • T.38 Fax relay

  • T.32 Fax termination

  • Transparent Fax over G.711 (IP)

  • IP-aware fax

  • V.34HD highspeed fax

  • RTP/RTCP:

  • RFC3550/3551

  • RFC3016 (Video support)

  • RFC3267 (AMR support)

  • Adaptive Jitter buffer

  • Security – AES

  • Quality- RFC2198

  • Telephony Events:

  • RFC2833

  • All Tones det/gen from TDM and IP

  • VAD/CNG/PLC handling

  • Caller ID I/II det/gen

  • Video proc:

  • Transcoding

  • Resizing

  • Frame rate adapt

  • Mixing

  • Video coding & transcoding:

  • MPEG4 SP

  • H.263

  • H.264

  • MPEG-4 ASP

  • H.261

  • H.263+/++

  • Voice Coding:

  • G.729

  • G.723.1

  • G.726

  • G.711

  • NB-AMR

  • FR/EFR

  • EVRC

  • WB-AMR

  • G.728

  • iLBC

DSP

  • Voice proc:

  • Mixing

  • Sample rate adjustment

  • ECAN G.168 128ms

Typical Media Gateway / Media Server

Signaling

Transport

Media Processing


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Voice and Video on the Same DSP

  • Easy migration path to any video/voice usage model.

  • Lower system delay generates a higher overall quality

    • No need to separate voice from video and send each to a separate chip/module

    • Easier to establish lip-sync between voice and video when packets are lost or delayed

  • Lower operational expenses due to the need for support of only one chip.

  • Lower integration efforts

    • Single API for voice and video

    • No need for an aggregation device to combine or split voice and video


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The benefits of Running 3G-324M (H.223) on the DSP rather than on the Host ?

  • Lower delay generates higher overall quality gateways

    • Same DSP runs 3G-324M, voice transcoding, video transcoding and sends voice/video RTP directly to IP network, hence, no bottlenecks.

  • Scalability

    • When H.223 is running on the DSP, Host processor performance is not a limiting factor for moving to higher densities… just add more DSPs/boards.

  • Lower operational expenses

    • Less components in the system. No need for:

      • DSP board/module for voice transcoding

      • DSP board/module for video transcoding

      • Controller module/board for 3G-324M


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The benefits of building a Gateway rather than buying a closed box

  • Flexibility -The customer can determine what features to develop and can better differentiate his offerings.

  • Better response to the end user since no need to wait for the closed box developer to provide his service.

  • Open solution.

  • Price.


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Hardware Trends closed box


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Relevant Hardware History closed box

  • Once there were PC & cPCI systems…

    • Parallel passive backplanes

  • Then came cPCI 2.16, 2.17, 2.18…

    • Combination of parallel bus & multiple packet-switching serial busses

  • Then came ATCA (Advanced Telecom Computer Architecture)…

    • Packet-switching serial busses only

  • Late 2001 - Suppliers, OEMs and SPs define the AdvancedTCA (PICMG 3.0)

  • Late 2002 – Start work on AdvancedMC (PICMG AMC.0)

  • Late 2005 – First MicroTCA prototypes


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  • Varying forecasts for ATCA & AMC market size:

    • ATCA market to reach $3.7B by 2007 (RHK)

    • ATCA market to reach $42B by 2009 (Crystal Cube)

    • AMC market to reach $14B by 2009 (Crystal Cube)

  • Target cost per board to be reduced by 60% in four years, using ATCA (not proprietary)

    • Cheaper R&D

    • Open competition

    • Mass production

    • Maintenance

    • etc.


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Hardware History closed box

First PC

1981

cPCI introduced

1994

2001

cPCI 2.16 introduced

First ATCA definition

2002

First AMC definition

2005

First ATCA prototypes

First MicroTCA prototypes

First AMC prototypes

  • Surf’s Current Offering:

  • PCI solutions

  • PTMC solutions

  • AMC solutions

  • cPCI integrated solutions


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Performance closed box

Interfaces

Management

Hot swap

Power

Availability

Scalability

Form factor

Market Hardware Trends: Carriers

PCI

cPCI 2.16

ATCA

~100Mbs per board

~100Mbs per board

1Gbit/sec per link

10Gbit/sec per link

1Gbit/sec per link

PCI

PCI

PCI, Ethernet

GbE, PCI_Express, Rapid_IO, Infiniband,FiberChannel Advanced switching etc…

PCI, Ethernet

N/A

N/A

IPMI

I2C based redundant IPMI

IPMI

Not supported

Not supported

Blade only

Blade and mezzanine (AMC)

Blade only

25W per blade

25W per blade

70W per blade

200W per blade

70W per blade

N/A

N/A

3-5 9’S

5 9’S

3-5 9’S

1 mezzanine board

1 mezzanine board

2 mezzanine boards

8 mezzanine boards

2 mezzanine boards

PCI

PCI

3U/6U x 160mm

8U x 280mm

3U/6U x 160mm


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Performance closed box

Interfaces

Management

Hot swap

Power

Availability

Scalability

Form factor

Market Hardware Trends: Mezzanines

PTMC

AMC

~100Mbit/sec

~100Mbit/sec

10Gbit/sec per link

PCI, TDM, RMII

PCI, TDM, RMII

GbE, PCI_Express, Rapid_IO, Infiniband,FiberChannel Advanced switching etc…

Not supported

Not supported

I2C based IPMI

Not supported

Not supported

Supported

15W max

15W max

60W max

3 9’S to 5 9’S

3 9’S to 5 9’S

5 9’S

Up to 4 per ATCA

Up to 4 per ATCA

Up to 8 per ATCA

PTMC

PTMC

AMC


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Performance closed box

Interfaces

Management

Hot swap

Power

Availability

Scalability

Form factor

Market Hardware Trends:System

PC

ATCA

cPCI

~100Mbs per board

~100Mbs per board

Up to 10 Tera per chassis

Up to 40Gb/s per chassis

PCI

PCI

PCI, Ethernet

PCI, Ethernet

GbE, PCI_Express, Rapid_IO, Infiniband,FiberChannel Advanced switching etc…

Not supported

Not supported

IPMI

IPMI

I2C based redundant IPMI

Not supported

Not supported

Blade only

Blade only

Blade and mezzanine (AMC)

25W per blade

25W per blade

50W per blade

50W per blade

200W per blade

3 9’S to 5 9’s

3 9’S to 5 9’s

N/A

N/A

5 9’S

8 boards

8 boards

Up to 19 blades

Up to 19 blades

Up to 16 blades

PC

PC

6U

6U

8U


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Performance closed box

Interfaces

Management

Hot swap

Power

Availability

Scalability

Form factor

Price

ATCA

AMC System for the Poor: MicroTCA

MicroTCA

Up to 40Gbits/s per chassis

Up to 40Gbits/s per chassis

Up to 10 TeraBits/s per chassis

GbE, PCI_Express, Rapid_IO, Infiniband,FiberChannel Advanced switching etc…

GbE, PCI_Express, Rapid_IO, Infiniband,FiberChannel Advanced switching etc…

GbE, PCI_Express, Rapid_IO, Infiniband,FiberChannel Advanced switching etc…

I2C based redundant IPMI

I2C based redundant IPMI

I2C based redundant IPMI

Supported per blade

Supported per blade

Supported per blade

Up to 60W per blade

Up to 60W per blade

Up to 200W per blade

Scalable for three 9’s to five 9’s

Scalable for three 9’s to five 9’s

five 9’S

Up to 12 AMC modules

Up to 12 AMC modules

Up to 16 ATCA blades (128 AMCs)

4Ux19” and only 300mm deep

4Ux19” and only 300mm deep

12Ux19”

Entry point of $500

Entry point of $500

Entry point of several $1000’s


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Bottom Line… closed box

  • ATCA/MicroTCA platforms with AMC modules are the future

  • Surf is aligned with the market hardware needs for high-capacity DSP media processing solutions


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Thank You closed box

www.surf-com.com


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