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Title: Area 3 - Future of Technologies


1
Area 3 - Future of Technologies Standardization
  • Break-out Session Notes

2
Information Exchange Framework Proposal (Area 1)
  • Entry Point Content Criteria
  • Broad Interest
  • Actionable
  • Near Term ROI Greatest Impact in next two years
  • Stretch Objective Advancing us toward goal of
    global info networks to as many people as
    possible, with the aim of giving at least 3B
    people access to the Internet by 2015
  • Topics with breadth of content
  • Solution Qualifier
  • Ease of use

3
Information Exchange Framework Proposal (Area 1)
  • Prioritization methods necessary? (this is for
    defining discussion areas that will be posted
    I.e. entry points)
  • Agreed to start only with a single entry point
    and populations of sub folders will prioritize
    and to create a matrix (spreadsheet) of
    organizations and topics to indicate interest
  • Other ideas
  • Vote as Collective thoughts of delegates
  • Forums vote on their proposed prioritization
  • Agree to gather feedback on topic areas from our
    organizations within 3 months (end of October).
    Alex Lightman to coordinate and stimulate email
    discussion based on what is learned from 3 month
    feedback and to get us back together on Area 3.
    Simao to set up email reflector.

4
Actionable Questions
  • How do we get to ubiquity?
  • How do we ensure that traffic is secure?
  • How do we ensure that individual privacy is
    protected?
  • How do we ensure that those providing services
    can be paid?
  • How do we ensure that network services work for
    interconnecting devices when no humans are
    involved?
  • How do we ensure that the choice of one core
    technology does not lock out choices of other
    technologies in other arenas?
  • How do we ensure that existing services are not
    inappropriately disrupted by new tech?
  • How do we handle the competition for resources
    across provider boundaries?
  • How do we handle the interconnect between
    architectures (not protocols or bearers, but sets
    of presumptions of how things are put together?)
  • How do we work together so that those who want to
    cooperate are successful and those that desire to
    disrupt cooperation do not succeed?
  • How do you ensure that services can be provided
    with adequate quality to meet user needs?
  • How do you ensure that services can be managed
    effectively and cost effectively?

5
New Technologies Future of Standardization
Proposal (Area 3)
  • We look at possible items of common interest
  • Issues/Tasks
  • Technologies to explore
  • We identify a modest number to prioritize and
  • We create entry points for collaborative
    communication and coordination of efforts

6
Possible Topics of Interest (1of 2)
  • Security/Privacy
  • Biometrics
  • Single Sign on Data/Identity Mgmt
  • Denial of Service
  • Convergence / NGN
  • DRM/Digital Goods Distribution
  • Adaptability Standards
  • End-to-end
  • End-user ease of use
  • Emergent systems
  • Software assembly evolution
  • Policy Meta-managers
  • Extensible Dynamic Protocols
  • Design including the time dimension
  • Process of Adaptation
  • Web Services Personalized
  • Presence, Location, Identity, Personalization/Tran
    scoding
  • ATM/MPLS Interworking
  • ATM-gtMPLS/ATM-gtMPLS
  • Span multiple service providers
  • End-to-end QoS span multiple service providers
  • OSS/BSS Modularization
  • AAA
  • Verification, validation, certification, time
    stamping
  • Billing Accounting, Common Messaging
    Capabilities (cross industry)
  • Location for Emergency Services
  • Interoperability
  • MESA

7
Possible Topics of Interest (2 of 2)
  • SDR/Cognitive Radios
  • Augmented Reality
  • Linguistic User Interface
  • Schema for translation
  • UWB
  • AI
  • Sensor Nets / Sensor Webs
  • Encoding MetaData for
  • APIs
  • Homeland Security Application
  • Ad Hoc Networking
  • Always Best Connected
  • Telepresence
  • 4G
  • Embedded Computing
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  1. Unified Services (wireless, land line, )
    (composite delivered by different methods)
  2. Metro Ethernet, Ethernet/MPLS Interworking,
    Ethernet over Transport
  3. Common access cellular (universal cell phone)
    single device usable anywhere in the world

8
Standards Setting Classification
Anticipatory
Responsive
Participatory
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Hourglass model of the Internet The ghost of
Internet past
Many different types of host computers, data
sources, applications, and services, each with
its own custom features
Universal transport with a flexible interface
IP that is kept simple by limiting its features
to pure transport
Internet
Many different types of client devices, each
equipped to deal with any specialized services it
requires
11
Internet Delivery Chain Today The specter of
Internet present
Premises Network
Access Network
Edge Center
Home/Office LAN
Access Medium
Trunk/MAN
Edge Management System
Access Concentration Node
User Device
IAD
Local Content Server
  • Color Key
  • possible contention
  • managed contention
  • typically unmanaged contention

Internet
Primary Content/Service Hosting
Knowledge of session requirements is only
guaranteed to be available at the user device
primary host.
Wide-Area Network Hosting
12
Key Issues as Seen by Service Providers
Track QoS for each session personalize QoS
control for each users access network select
WAN WAN QoS
Premises Network
Access Network
Edge Center
Home/Office LAN
Access Medium
Trunk/MAN
Access Concentration Node
User Device
Session Mgt. System
IAD
Local Content Server
Map applications to QoS communicate
requirements, by session, to upstream elements.
Provide QoS at access concentration node
coordinate with edge center or premise network
Internet
Primary Content/Service Hosting
Establish required QoS across extranet,
single-carrier backbone, or multiple carriers
exchange points manage QoS capabilities of
hosting system
Wide-Area Network Hosting
13
Key Issue for the End User
Premises Network
Access Network
Edge Center
Home/Office LAN
Access Medium
Trunk/MAN
Access Concentration Node
User Device
Session Mgt. System
IAD
Local Content Server
Setting up a simple data session is now a major
construction project with a bewildering complex
of subcontractors!
Internet
Primary Content/Service Hosting
Wide-Area Network Hosting
14
A General Contractor for the Harried End-User
Premises Network
Access Network
Edge Center
Home/Office LAN
Access Medium
Trunk/MAN
Access Concentration Node
User Device
Session Mgt. System
IAD
Local Content Server
QoS requirements
Access capabilities
Edge capabilities
Ack or busy signal
QoS control signaling
QoS control
User-designated policy manager
Internet
Primary Content/ Service Hosting
QoS control
Network hosting capabilities
Wide-Area Network Hosting
15
Creates a New Virtual Hourglass The spirit of
Internet future
Many different types of services, specialized
resources, and wide-area networks. The Internet
itself becomes fragmented with different
implementations of new features such as multicast
and QoS.
A new form of value-added service absorbs the
complexity and enables broadband performance by
managing diverse network resources on behalf of
the end-user
Mediation Services
Many different types of access networks, end
users, and client devices, each receiving a
customized data format interface
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