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Title: Mobile Wireless Internet Forum


1
Mobile Wireless Internet Forum
  • Nick Sampson,
  • Vice President, Business Operations.
  • ITU Informal Forum Summit,
  • December 3 4, 2001

2
Mission Statement
  • To drive acceptance and adoption of an open
    single mobile wireless and internet architecture
    that is independent of the access technology.

3
Mobile Wireless Internet Forum
  • Formed in January 2000.
  • Started with 45 founding members.
  • Current Membership - 77 members
  • Operator and ISP led
  • Only Operators/ISPs on Board of Directors

4
MWIF Organization Structure
5
Accomplishments - Technical Reports
  • MTR 001v2 - Architecture Principles
  • MTR 002v2 - Architecture Requirements
  • MTR 003v1 - Layered Functional Architecture
  • MTR 004v2 - Network Reference Architecture
  • MTR 006v2 - IP as Transport in the RAN
  • MTR 007v1 - OpenRAN Architecture in 3rd
    Generation Mobile Systems

6
Accomplishments - Marketing
  • Marketing Committee Established
  • MWIF Newsletter launched
  • MWIF Overview Brochure created
  • 3 Trade Shows (NI, CTIA, CDMA)
  • Extensive Press Coverage
  • Speaker Program Launched

7
Accomplishments - Influence
  • Focus the industry on access network independence
    to drive the industry into 3G and 4G services
    that fit seamlessly into the evolving Internet.
  • Brought together technical experts from operator
    and vendor companies, and telco and internet
    companies, serving as an open arena to develop
    and refine the many Internet based ideas now in
    use in other standards setting efforts.
  • Focus on the use of IP transport in the radio
    access network - improvements that are now being
    standardized in 3GPP and 3GPP2.
  • Created a list of high level operator
    requirements, proclaiming the direction of the
    wireless industry for 3G and beyond.
  • Created a set of design principles that codify
    the Internet model.

8
Accomplishments - Influence
  • Designed an architectural model for a wireless
    system based on MWIF principles and requirements.
    Individuals who were deeply involved in this
    work also played a pivotal role in the
    architectural designs in both 3GPP and 3GPP2,
    resulting in a cross pollination of these
    activities.
  • Initiated a research-level examination of the
    design of radio access networks, looking to
    simplify and use lessons learned in the Internet.
    The results of that research are being made
    available to 3GPP and 3GPP2 through individual
    company contributions.
  • Created service scenarios to prove the concepts
    of the MWIF design architecture and the
    applicability of the Internet model to wireless
    services. Parts of this work are being used by
    3GPP and 3GPP2 to amplify similar work, and to
    raise awareness of potential service scenarios
    being considered by operators.

9
Strategic Goals For 2002
  • Bring the core network standards of 3GPP and
    3GPP2 closer together
  • Create greater understanding of the need for and
    value of a single open mobile Internet
    architecture
  • Increase mobile operators understanding of the
    value and benefits of Internet based solutions
  • Increase the involvement of Internet companies
  • Help create a plug and play environment within
    the RAN and between the RAN and the core

10
Support of Strategic Goals
Bring the core network standards of 3GPP and
3GPP2 closer together
  • Core network initiative continues
  • Finalize Gap analysis document
  • Create a set of operation and business
    requirements from MWIFs gap analysis for
    harmonization
  • Utilize requirements to formally and informally
    influence standardization Initial activities
    will include
  • Provide operation and business requirements for
    OHGs harmonization meeting in 1Q02
  • MWIF operators will work behind the scenes to
    proactively garner support for the requirements
  • Develop realistic incremental steps to meet
    harmonization requirements
  • Working groups 6 7 will lead this initiative

11
Support of Strategic Goals
Create greater understanding of the need for and
value of a single open mobile Internet
architecture Increase mobile operators
understanding of the value and benefits of
Internet based solutions
  • Supporting Activities
  • Business value white-paper (WG-8)
  • Proof of concept and validation efforts (WG-9)
  • Educational Activities (MDE)
  • Quarterly Newsletter
  • Webtorials/Webcasting
  • Educational tools for use by members (e.g.,
    brochures)
  • Promotional Activities (MDE)
  • Tradeshows
  • PR campaign, advertising

12
Support of Strategic Goals
Increase the involvement of Internet Companies
  • Supporting Activities
  • BOD led campaign
  • Inviting Internet companies to speak at TC
    virtual meetings

Help create a plug and play environment within
the RAN and between the RAN and the core
  • Supporting Activities
  • MTR-007 v2 (WG-4)
  • Define RNRA (WG-4)
  • Define open interfaces (WG-4)

13
Support of Strategic Goals
Operator Requirements MWIF will continue to
refine, maintain and ensure compliance with
operator requirements in support of all five
strategic goals
  • Supporting Activities
  • Invite and incorporate new requirements
  • Continue reviews of 3GPP and 3GPP2 requirements
    to increase harmonization

14
Summary
  • MWIF is an influencing group
  • Does not seek to duplicate technical activities
  • Make the internet mobile
  • Operator and ISP led
  • MWIF Board has set five key goals for 2002 and
    are committed to these to realize the MWIF mission

15
Thank You
For More information on MWIF Mobile Wireless
Internet Forum 39355 California Street, Suite
307 Fremont, CA 94538 Phone 1.510.608.5930 Fax
1.510.608.5917 Email info_at_mwif.org WWW
www.mwif.org
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