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Title: Next Generation Networks Conference Keynote Address: Next Generation Policy for Next Generation Technologies


1
Next Generation Networks ConferenceKeynote
Address Next Generation Policy for Next
Generation Technologies
  • Michael D. Gallagher
  • Acting Assistant Secretary
  • U.S. Department of Commerce
  • National Telecommunications
  • and Information Administration
  • www.ntia.doc.gov
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • November 6, 2003

2
Economic Indicators
  • Thanks to the Presidents policies, America is
    once again growing
  • Real disposable personal income rose at a 2.6
    percent annual growth rate in 2Q 2003.
  • Real GDP grew at a 3.3 percent annual rate during
    the second quarter.
  • This year, the SP 500 is up over 18 percent.
  • The Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen more
    than 16 percent this year.
  • The NASDAQ Composite is ahead 45 percent.
  • The President will not be satisfied until every
    American who wants a job has a job.

3
Administration Commitment to Technology
Development
  • "The role of government is not to create wealth
    the role of our government is to create an
    environment in which the entrepreneur can
    flourish, in which minds can expand, in which
    technologies can reach new frontiers."
  • -- President George W. Bush, Technology Agenda,
    November, 2002.

4
National Telecommunications and Information
Administration (NTIA)
  • Presidents Principal Adviser on
    Telecommunications and Information
    Policies/Agency of Commerce Department
  • Authorizes Spectrum Use by Federal Agencies
  • Operates Telecommunications Research Laboratory
  • Participates with State Dept and FCC in
    International Telecommunications Activities
  • Administers Telecommunications Grant Programs

5
Growth of Telecommunications (Selected Markets)
Annual Percentage Growth
Revenues in Millions
Source Telecommunications Industry Association
6
Focus on Communications Technology
  • Internet Tax Moratorium
  • IPv6
  • Cybersecurity
  • ENUM
  • Radiofrequency Spectrum

7
Internet Tax Moratorium
  • Less Regulation and Lower Taxes a Recipe for
    Prosperity
  • Bush Administration Worked to Keep Moratorium in
    Place Wrote Key Senators
  • Commerce Secretary Evans and Treasury Secretary
    Snow The Moratorium will Help Create an
    Environment for Innovation and Will Ensure that
    Electronic Commerce Will Remain a Vital and
    Growing Part of Our Economy

8
IPv6
  • IPv6 Could Pave the Way to New Internet
    Capabilities Provides for Improved Security and
    Reduced Operational Expenses
  • President Bush's National Strategy to Secure
    Cyberspace Called for an IPv6 Task Force
  • Co-Chaired by NTIA and National Institute of
    Standards and Technology (NIST), and Will Consult
    with DHS and Other Federal Agencies
  • Will Seek Public Comment for a Report Due in the
    Spring of 2004

9
Cybersecurity
  • Administrations steps to deal with
    attacks/challenges
  • Created the National Cyber Security Division at
    DHS
  • Issued Homeland Security Presidential Directives
  • NTIAs IPv6 Task Force (noted above)
  • U.S. industry has increasingly come forward to
    assist in these efforts e.g,
  • Dells decision to sell products with future
    installed security settings
  • Overall increased willingness to report
    cyberattacks

10
Electronic Numbering (ENUM)
  • Protocol To Map a Telephone Number from the
    Public-Switched Telephone Network to the Domain
    Name System, and Vice Versa
  • U.S. Supports a Global Tree but has not yet
    Opted In to ENUM Protocol
  • Implementation Must be Pro-Competitive
    Pro-Consumer
  • Administration Encouraging Industry to Move
    Forward with Strategy for Domestic Implementation
  • Several U.S. Companies (Telcordia, SAIC, NeuStar)
    are Involved with Trials

11
Spectrum Policy Issues
  • Spectrum Policy The Who, What, Where, When, and
    Why of Access
  • Great Potential for Government Action Towards a
    Positive Effect on Economic and National Security
  • Spectrum Use is Pervasive

12
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13
Spectrum is Crucial to Economic Security
  • Spectrum is the basis for many government and
    non-government services and commercial products.
    It adds millions of dollars to the economy.
    Examples
  • U.S. Commercial mobile sector Source
    CTIA
  • 148 million customers
  • 80 billion annual revenues
  • 134 billion cumulative capital investment
  • Almost 200,000 employees
  • Wi-Fi
  • 28 million are using Wi-Fi connections in the
    U.S. Source IDC
  • Over 20 million wireless LAN chipsets were
    shipped in 2002 Source In Stat/MDR
  • By 2008, 95 of notebook PCs will be shipped with
    a wireless LAN card Source In Stat/MDR

14
Challenge to Policymakers
  • Improvements in processing, battery power and
    miniaturization portend a technological
    revolution in communications and the basis for
    new growth.
  • The challenge to policymakers is to develop
    policies that permit dynamic new technologies to
    flourish while not interfering with valuable
    incumbent uses.

15
Administration Successes in Spectrum for
Wireless Data
  • Third Generation Services
  • Ultrawideband
  • 5 GHz Spectrum
  • 70/80/90 GHz

16
UWB Emission Limit for Outdoor Hand-held Systems
Preliminary
/MHz
3.1
10.6
1.99
Blue Line UWB BANDWIDTH within 3.1 10.6 GHz
Black Dotted Line Current Part 15 Limit
GPS Band
0.96
1.61
17
5 GHz TIMELINE
U.S. forms Government / Industry project team
compromise worked out
WRC-03
2003
U.S. UNII Rules open up 5 GHz band
European Regulators establish 5 GHz allocation
WRC-2000 puts 5 GHz agenda items on WRC-2003
agenda
U.S. Manufacturers begin offering 5 GHz devices
U.S. proposed compromise accepted internationally
Americas Regional Forum (CITEL) reaches accord
on 5 GHz based on U.S. proposal, combines 1.5
1.6
ITU-R begins Studies on 5 GHz
Upcoming Dates March 9 Americas proposals
approval deadline. March 30 Adoption of
Recommendation deadline. June 1 Radio Assembly
approves recommendation. June 9 WRC-03
ITU-R completes Draft CPM report international
correspondence Group formed due to lack of
progress on 5 GHz sharing criteria
18
5150
MHz
5250
5350
5450
5550
5650
5750
5850
Radionavigation
Radiolocation
UPGRADE
FSS
ADD
EESS
SRS
ADD
UNII WAS
MOD
ADD
Amateur
Amateur Satellite
19
Spectrum Policy Reform
  • Basic Legal and Regulatory Framework Unchanged
    Since 1927
  • Not Vastly Changed From the Era of the Titanic
  • Technology Stretches the Limits of Usable
    Spectrum
  • Current Process Inflexible and Untimely
  • Bifurcated
  • Manual
  • Conflicting Constituencies
  • Technology Brings New Developments Daily
  • Current Process Add Uncertainty and Cost
  • International Competitiveness
  • Jobs
  • Productivity

20
Presidential Initiative on Spectrum Reform
  • Executive Memorandum Released in June, 2003
  • NTIA Coordinating with Federal Agencies that Use
    Spectrum and with the FCC to Improve Policies and
    Procedures of Spectrum Management
  • Action Plan Due Spring 2004

21
Conclusion
  • Technology remains a cornerstone of our economy
    and Bush Administration Policy.
  • The Bush Administration continues to satisfy the
    often conflicting demands of both National and
    Economic Security.
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