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FORUM ON NEXT GENERATION STANDARDIZATION ( Colombo, Sri Lanka, 7-10 April 2009). The Future of NGN. Session Moderator Ghassem Koleyni. Presentations and presenters.

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forum on next generation standardization colombo sri lanka 7 10 april 2009

FORUM ON NEXT GENERATION STANDARDIZATION (Colombo, Sri Lanka, 7-10 April 2009)

The Future of NGN

Session Moderator

Ghassem Koleyni

presentations and presenters
Presentations and presenters
  • Session 12P1: A Pilot Implementation of an NGN Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 network for MEWC, Malaysia (Mr. Sureswaran Ramadass, National Advanced IPv6 Centre (NAv6), Malaysia)
  • Session 12 P2: Multimedia Service Delivery on Next Generation Networks (Mr. Pradeep de Almeida, , Dialog, Sri Lanka)
  • Session 12 P3: A Profile of Future Market Expectations of Next Gen Networks & Technologies (Mr. Don Rasantha Hettithanthrige, Mobitel, Sri Lanka)
session 12 objectives
Session 12 objectives

To look at the convergence of fixed and mobile services within telecoms, and more broadly the convergence of telecoms, IT and broadcast. This convergence is closely linked to the evolution of enabling access technologies, and especially what emerging broadband mobile wireless access technologies ("4G") impact to the evolution of NGNs and the services they support.

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Highlights and proposals from Presentation 1 A Pilot Implementation of an NGN Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 network for MEWC, Malaysia
  • Malaysia is to be IPv6-enabled Malaysia by 2010
  • Established pilot project to implement full IPv4/IPv6 dual stack capability within the network of the agencies chosen for the pilot, and focused on:
    • Network infrastructure, address planning, information security, transition mechanisms, training, testing and cost of transition
  • Issues that were faced includes obtaining accurate information, dealing with IP addresses that only have local significance and are not advertised outside their local networks, devices that their addresses were hardwired and architecture devices that are not, and will never be, IPv6 capable (RFID time management)
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Highlights and proposals from Presentation 2 Multimedia Service Delivery on Next Generation Networks
  • Challenges facing today to provide services are deployment time (Time To Market) , High Capex and Opex on new services, ability to deploy advanced & Value Added Services with adequate QoS and security
  • NGN is perceived to bring new revenues through introduction of services across multiple modular, scalable and flexible platforms with reduced Capex and Opex
  • Service delivery platform is the framework for service deployment which reduces CAPEX and OPEX and time to market
  • It creates a connected, informed and digitally empowered society
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Highlights and proposals from Presentation 3A Profile of Future Market Expectations of Next Gen Networks & Technologies
  • Key stake holders for NGN as is for the legacy networks are users, operators, suppliers and regulator communities.
  • Users expect increased performance & quality, ubiquity of access, lower cost and single interaction with service providers
  • Operators expect improve existing 3G technology cost efficiency, end-to-end latency and ability of full re-use of existing local network assets
  • Regulators have to examine relevance of existing regulatory frameworks in light of NGN
  • This can be considered as a major step towards democratisation of technology
  • Technology should accommodate a wide range of human interactions not alter behaviour – killer app
conclusions recommendations
Conclusions / Recommendations
  • Malaysia is to be IPv6-enabled Malaysia by 2010. As was learnt from the pilot project transition to IPV6 needs its own attention and requires a step-by-step approach to gracefully complete the transition.
  • It is hoped NGN improves time to market, bring new capabilities and services at a reduced Capex and Opex
  • Users, suppliers and operators expect NGN to increase performance & quality, ubiquity of access, lower cost for both landline and wireless services