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Final. PPM Committee 2 Report (Disaster Recovery). PPM Principals Mid-Year Meeting Xian, China August 26, 2008. DRP/M Updates and CMCG. Disaster Recovery Principles and Mechanism in place/active Jan 08 Crisis Management Coordinating Group (CMCG)

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ppm committee 2 report disaster recovery

Final

PPM Committee 2 Report(Disaster Recovery)

PPM Principals Mid-Year Meeting

Xian, China

August 26, 2008

drp m updates and cmcg
DRP/M Updates and CMCG
  • Disaster Recovery Principles and Mechanism in place/active Jan 08
  • Crisis Management Coordinating Group

(CMCG)

    • Co-Leaders from January 1, 2008 to January 31, 2009: PLDT + CAT
      • PLDT: Sheila Aure, Head Carrier Network Management

(Tel: +632 816 8119; Fax: +632 813 7869; e-mail: smaure@pldt.com.ph)

      • CAT: Sirichai Somphong, International Network Department

(Tel: +66 2506 3616; Fax: +66 2576 5476; e-mail: sirichai.s@cattelecom.com)

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian

crisis management coordinating group
Crisis Management Coordinating Group

Members

  • AT&T : Betsy Redinger

(Tel: +1 610 823 7855 ; E-mail: redinger@att.com)

  • China Telecom : Wang Jinmei

(Tel: +86-58501208; E-mail: wangjm@china telecom.com.cn)

  • Korea Telecom : Kim In-Joon

(Tel: + 82 31 727 2534 ; E-mail: kijchaos@kt.com.kr)

  • Telekom Malaysia : Hairul Nasir Yusof

(Tel: + 60 32 020 5409; E-mail: hairul@tm.com.my)

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian

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Crisis Management Coordinating Group

Members

  • Telecom NZ : Fita Fekitoa

(Tel: + 64 9 3577651; E-mail: Fita.Fekitoa@tnzi.com)

  • Vietnam NPT : Le Quang Ha

(Tel: +84 4 8410127; E-mail: lequangha@vti.com.vn)

  • CHTI : James Su

(Tel: +886 2 2344 5255; E-mail: jamesu@cht.com.tw)

  • SINGTEL : Joon Ping Ang

(Tel: +65 6838 3712; E-mail: joonping@singtel.com)

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian

crisis management coordinating group2
Crisis Management Coordinating Group

Members

  • KDDI : Toshiro Ogino

(Tel: +81 3 3347 7131; E-mail: to-ogino@kddi.com)

  • Indosat : Nazaruddin

(Tel: + 62 21 3869 665; E-mail: nazaruddin@indosat.com

  • Reach : Tsang Hung

(Tel: + 852 2983 3118; E-mail: hung.tsang@reach.com

  • Tata : Nasir Uddin Barbhuyan

(Tel: + 91 22667 16739; E-mail: b.nasirrudin@tatacommunications.com

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian

beijing olympics
Beijing Olympics
  • July 22, 2008 Audiocon
    • Present
      • PLDT : Gene Sanchez / Rodney Payumo
      • AT&T : Betsy Redinger
      • CT : Wu Xiaolei
      • Reach: Tsang Hung
      • TM : Hairul Nasir Yusof/ Abdul Kader Abdullah
      • Singtel: Ang Joon Ping/ Gabriel Ang
      • KDDI : Toshiro Ogino/Tomonori Shuttou
      • KT : Kim In-Joon
      • CHTI : James Su/ Andrew Lin

* The following were not able to join the audiocon: TATA, TNZ, CAT, VTI and INDOSAT

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian

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Beijing Olympics
  • Audiocon Actions/Agreements
    • Information updates on contacts, escalation points, available facilities for restoration, special charges
    • Review of agreed reporting, cascade and communication system; mobilization
    • Review of cable faults prior to Olympics; issues and concerns; assessment
    • Action to review/update PBR’s
    • Conduct of exercise to test readiness

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian

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Beijing Olympics
  • August 1, 2008 Exercise
    • Participants
      • AT&T : Betsy Redinger
      • PLDT : Rodney Payumo
      • KDDI : Yoshiki Yakura/ Tomonori Shuttou
      • CAT : Sirichai Somphong
      • SINGTEL : Ang Joon Ping/ Gabriel Ang
      • TNZI : Fita Fekitoa
      • REACH : Tsang Hung
      • CHTI : James Su
      • TM : Faiza Ismail

* The following were not able to join into the exercise: CT, VTI, TATA, INDOSAT and KT.

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian

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Beijing Olympics
  • Mock disaster advisory sent by CMCG Co-Leaders 0010H UTC
      • Level 1 (Catastrophic/Critical)
        • Calamity at Taiwan area
        • Multiple cable failure
      • Instruction to download and review disaster report, details from PPM DRP website
      • Instruction to dial-in to Comm 2/DRP conference bridge at designated time

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian

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Beijing Olympics
  • Results
    • Participating Carriers able to log on to the PPM DRP site, download report within the target period of one (1) hour after advisory was issued
      • There were reports of the site becoming temporarily offline; PLDT investigated and advised uploading of new info by website administrator was the cause; process was corrected.
    • Participants able to retrieve and review with internal teams and counterparts their PBR’s within four (4) hours after downloading the report
    • Except for one participant, most were able to get into the designated DRP audio-conference bridge at designated time.

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian

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Beijing Olympics
  • Observations (*discussed at exercise audiocon)
    • Some carriers had extensive contingency plans for the Olympics, e.g., AT&T
    • Some needed to update their contingency plans and bilateral/multilateral work arrangements, to be pursued on private basis.
  • Summary
    • Exercise went fairly well and triggered positive onward actions, some of which need to be pursued by some partners
    • Active participation of all partners is recommended

PPM Principals Meeting, Xian