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-- Module MDMPMF (X.749:08/1997) MDMPMF {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) asn1Module(2) 1} DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN mdmpmfFunctionalUnitPackage OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) functionalUnitPackage(1)} mdmpmfManagedObject OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) managedObject(3)} mdmpmfPackage OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) package(4)} mdmpmfParameter OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) parameter(5)} mdmpmfNameBinding OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) nameBinding(6)} mdmpmfAttribute OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) attribute(7)} mdmpmfAction OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) action(8)} mdmpmfNotification OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) notification(10)} mdmpmfRelationship OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) relationship(11)} mdmpmfRelationshipMapping OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) relationshipMapping(12)} -- -- The following arcs support the defined policy classes. -- assertedValueIdentifier OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) assertedValueIdentifier(13)} operationType OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) assertedValueIdentifier(13) operationType(1)} errorType OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) assertedValueIdentifier(13) errorType(2)} notificationType OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) assertedValueIdentifier(13) notificationType(3)} actionType OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) assertedValueIdentifier(13) actionType(4)} eventInfo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) assertedValueIdentifier(13) eventInfo(5)} eventReply OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) assertedValueIdentifier(13) eventReply(6)} actionInfo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) assertedValueIdentifier(13) actionInfo(7)} actionReply OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part19(19) assertedValueIdentifier(13) actionReply(8)} OneToOne ::= INTEGER(1..1) END -- Generated by Asnp, the ASN.1 pretty-printer of France Telecom R&D
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Score: 484220.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...l/itu-t/x/x749/1997/MDMPMF.asn
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Therefore, these functions could be provided by comparatively common entities or stand-alone systems. (...) Multimedia NAT control and firewall traversal function is also considered in the scope of this kind of functions. (...) Tasks Tasks include, but are not limited to: Requirements of some functions Develop architecture specifications, such as the inspection technology, inspection policy, delivery function, network topologies, robustness etc (1Q 2009) Detailed development of some functions Other new multimedia functions (2010+) An up-to-date status of work under this Question is found in the SG 16 work programme ( http://itu.int/ITU-T/workprog/wp_search.aspx?
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Score: 483933.06 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/studygroups/com16/sg16-q24.html
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On the other hand, the upstream traffic is usually low bandwidth signaling form user’s control such as channel change request. The functional definitions to be supported are as following: · Service Provider Selection Functions · Termination of network control functions · Selection of service provider · Navigation functions related to the service provider · Service Provider Functions · Distribution (Duplication) functions · Content selection functions · Broker functions · Navigation functions related to the content · Content Server Functions · Application preparation and storage · Termination of application control functions In case of providing the distribution and on-demand services, the selection mechanism provided to the user to select the information is a two level selection mechanism. (...) In Figure-1, L1 Gateway plays a role of service provider selection functions and service provider functions as Figure 4/I.375.x. (...) “Full Service Access Networks (FSAN) : Systems Engineering/Architecture”, FSAN SE/A Group , Feb. 25, 1997. - 3 - EndUser Functions Service Provider Selection Functions EndUser Functions Access Functions Transport Functions Access Functions Content Server Functions Service Provider Functions VIPs - SOTs - RASTs STUs - ROTs - RASTs (B-ISDN) L1 Gateway Core Network Access Network A B C D Session set-up channel Control channel (H.245, DSM-CC) Video stream channel Control channel (H.245, DSM-CC) Video stream channel Session set-up channel D C B A (B-ISDN) VIPs - SOTs - RASTs L1 Gateway Access Network Core Network STUs - ROTs - RASTs Content Server Functions Transport Functions Service Provider Selection Functions Service Provider Functions Access Functions Access Functions EndUser Functions EndUser Functions
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Score: 483380.86 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...97-2000/9709_Sun/APC-1313.docx
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ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 2 • Transport functions assume packet-based integrated networks — The currently widely used IP protocol is the core protocol. • Service-related functions refer to basic and additional telephone connection functions and the provision of functions inherent to services such as WWW and video distribution — Initial studies focused on session control functions for the implementation of IP telephony, video chat, and video-conferencing using the SIP protocol as the core protocol. • The NGN separation model supports new independently developed technologies and flexible system deployment and permits the formation of various businesses NGN Transport Functions NGN Service-Related Functions Telephone Services Data Services (WWW, e-mail, etc.) (...) Y.2012) Transport stratum Service stratum Control Media M an ag em en t Fu nc tio ns Management ANI Transport Control Functions Resource and Admission Control Functions Network Attachment Control Functions NNIUNI Note: UNI/NNI/ANI are not meant to represent any specific interfaces. (...) ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 7 I/S-CSCF Charging Functions « Core IMS» Mw Mx Mr Mg Mj Mi Mp MnGm Rs ISC/Ma Cx Dx Dh Sh Ic Rf/Ro Rf/Ro Ib Iw Rs PSTN /ISD N MRFC MGCF e2 Ie Mw Mx Mk UE Ut BGCF MxP-CSCF Network Attachement Control Function Resource and Admission Control Function IP Transport (Access and Core) NSIW-FE SUP-FE SAA-FE IBG-FE TMG-FEMRP-FE IBC-FE SG-FE SL-FE AS-FE IP N etw orks AS: Application Server BGCF: Breakout Gateway Control Function CSCF: Serving CSCF HSS: Home Subscriber Server IP-CAN: IP-Connectivity Access Network ISC: IMS Service Control Interface MGCF: Media Gateway Control Function MGW: Media Gateway MRFC: Multimedia Resource Function Controller MRFP: Multimedia Resource Function Processor P-CSCF: Proxy CSCF SLF: Subscription Locator Function NGNs Based on IMS (Rec.
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Score: 483307.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...00610/presentations/ts1-p1.pdf
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Encourages its functional commissions to consider how best to ensure continuity in the work of their successive bureaux, and to that end requests the Secretary -General to include a summary of the functional commissions’ views, if any, in the next consolidated report; 6. (...) Encourages the functional commissions to continue to keep their working methods under review; 9. (...) Welcomes its functional commissions’ efforts to mainstream a gender perspective in their work; 18.
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Score: 482366.85 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...w/panel/genderJun02/200127.pdf
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ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 4 ITU-T Schematic View of ITU-T NGN Framework Architecture Other Networks Service Control Functions Transport stratum Service stratum M an ag em en t Fu n ct io n s Service User Profiles Service User Profiles Transport User Profiles Control Media Management Application/Service Functions 3rd Party Applications ANI End-User Functions Transport Control Functions Resource & Admission Control Functions Network Attachment Control Functions Network Attachment Control Functions Transport Functions NNIUNI Cf. (...) Y.FRA (TD133--WP2/13, 01/2006)WP2/13, 01/2006) Resource and Admission Control Functions (RACF) " Preserve the separation of services and transport " Bridge services and transport to enable dynamic application-driven support for performance assurance and network border control ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 5 ITU-T ITU-T RACF Architecture Rs Rw Service Stratum Transport Functions Policy Decision Function Transport Resource Control Function RACF Transport Stratum Service Control Functions (part of IMS or other)(part of IMS or other) Rt RdRp Rc Rn Ru O ther N G N s Ri Transport Enforcement Function Interconnection Functions Policy Enforcement Function Network Attachment Control Functions ! (...) PD-FE: Policy Decision Functional Entity ! PE-FE: Policy Enforcement Functional Entity !
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Score: 482247.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work.../200604/presentation/s3_lu.pdf
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S3_P3_Mainwaring International Telecommunication Union NGN Technical Workshop 13 ~ 14 March Jeju, Korea NGN Focus Group NGN Focus Group Resource and Admission Resource and Admission ControlControl Keith Mainwaring kmainwar@cisco.com Co-Chair of FG NGN WG3 (QoS) 2 29.04.2005 ITU-T WORKSHOP On Next Generation Networks in Collaboration with IETF (Geneva, 1-2 May 2005) TR-RACF - Functional Requirements and Architecture for Resource and Admission Control in Next Generation Networks o Covers procedures for the control of QoS (including resource reservation, admission control and gate control) , control of NAPT and Firewall traversal. o Admission control involves checking authorisation based on user profiles, SLAs, operator specific policy rules, and resource availability within access and core transport. o Within the NGN architecture, the RACF acts as the arbitrator for resource negotiation and allocation between Application Functions and Transport Functions. o Similar to ETSI but wider scope than TISPAN Release 1 (e.g. including core network control and inter-domain PDF-PDF communication). 3 29.04.2005 ITU-T WORKSHOP On Next Generation Networks in Collaboration with IETF (Geneva, 1-2 May 2005) Resource and Admission Control Functions Service Control Functions Core Transport Access Transport CPN Network Access Attachment Functions O ther N G N s IBCF I-BGF PDF ENF A-BGF A- TRCF Gq’ G q’ Go’ Ub SCPF Re Rq Rq Rc Rq R-BGF ANF Re Rc SCF C-TRCF Rp I-TRCF Rq X Rc Go’ Service Stratum Transport Stratum Generic Resource and Admission Control Functional Architecture 4 29.04.2005 ITU-T WORKSHOP On Next Generation Networks in Collaboration with IETF (Geneva, 1-2 May 2005) R-BGF - Residential Border Gateway Functional entity CPN - Customer Premises Network ANF - Access Node Functional entity ENF - Edge Node Functional entity SCPF - Session Control Proxy Functional entity SCF - Session Control Functional entity IBCF - Interconnection Border Control Functional entity PDF - Policy Decision Functional entity A-TRCF - Access Transport Resource Control Functional entity C-TRCF - Core Transport Resource Control Functional entity I-TRCF - Interconnection Transport Resource Control Functional entity A-BGF - Access Border Gateway Functional entity I-BGF - Interconnection Border Gateway Functional entity 5 29.04.2005 ITU-T WORKSHOP On Next Generation Networks in Collaboration with IETF (Geneva, 1-2 May 2005) Network Access Attachment Functions (NAAF) o Dynamic provision of IP address and other user equipment configuration parameters. o Authentication of user access network, prior or during the IP address allocation procedure. o Authorisation of user access network, based on user profiles. o Access network configuration, based on user profiles. o Location management. 6 29.04.2005 ITU-T WORKSHOP On Next Generation Networks in Collaboration with IETF (Geneva, 1-2 May 2005) TRCFControls resources at the element level (such as control of policing and shaping) Element Resource Control (ERC) TRCFCollects and maintains the resource status informationNetwork Resource Management (NRM) TRCFCollects and maintains the network topology, e.g., from routing Network Topology Maintenance (NTM) TRCFControls the opening and closing of a gate. (...) IP Gate Control (IPGC) PDFControls network address translation for both near end NA(P)T and far end NA(P)T NAPT Control (NAPTC) PDFDecides on the packet marking and remarking of flowsIP Packet Marking Control (IPMC) PDFPerforms the policy decisions in terms of network resources and admission control, based on request information from the SCF Final Decision Point (FDP) PDFMaps the service QoS parameters received from the SCF to network QoS parameters (transport technology independent) QoS Mapping - Technology Independent (QMTI) LocationDescription Resource and Admission Control Functions Function 7 29.04.2005 ITU-T WORKSHOP On Next Generation Networks in Collaboration with IETF (Geneva, 1-2 May 2005) Issues o Inter-operator domain boundaries o Addition of PDF to access network o Inclusion of core network selection
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Score: 482002.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...resentations/s3-mainwaring.pdf
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Service Capabilities " Basic network capabilities " Service support capabilities " Open Service Environment " Service Enablers " PSTN/ISDN Emulation support " Public service support capabilities Services and Capabilities 6 ITU-T VICA Workshop 22-23 July 2005, ITU Headquarter, Geneva dates ITU-T Transport stratum Service stratum Control Media NNIUNI Other Networks M an ag em en t Fu nc tio ns Services Control Management Access Functions Service Control Functions Service User Profiles Transport User Profiles Edge Functions Gateway Functions Core Transport Functions Access Transport Functions Media Handling Functions Transport Functions Application Functions ANI 3rd Party Application Providers End-User Functions Transport Control Functions Resource and Admission Control Functions Network Attachment Control Functions Overall NGN Architecture 7 ITU-T VICA Workshop 22-23 July 2005, ITU Headquarter, Geneva dates ITU-T Service Control ApplicationA-2: Application Gateway FE NNI Other N other IP Netw (e.g. (...) User Profile FE Core Transport T-1: Core Packet Transport Functions T-8: Transport Resource & Enforcement FE T-9: Access Border Gateway FE PSTN/ T-21: I-TRCF Scope of NGN S-5: Media GW Control FE Inter M an ag em en t fu nc tio ns T-12: Edge Node FE T-5: Trunk Media Gateway FET-11: Access Packet Transport Functions T-8: MBS-FE T-b: Multicast MBSFE T-a: MM-FE T-8: MBS-FE T-b: Multicast MBSFE T-a: MM-FE T-10: Access Node FE T-4: Access Media Gateway FE T-2: Packet Gateway FE T-19: A-TRCF T-20: C-TRCF T-8: Transport Resource & Enforcement FE S-3: S. (...) Network Access Configuration Control FE Functional Architecture Model 8 ITU-T VICA Workshop 22-23 July 2005, ITU Headquarter, Geneva dates ITU-T Legacy Terminals GW PSTN / ISDN Emulation IP Multimedia Component &PSTN/ISDN Simulation NNITransport Stratum Service Stratum UNI Edge Functions Service and Control Functions Customer and Terminal Functions Resource and Admission Control Functions RACF Network Access Attachment Functions NAAF Other Multimedia Components … Streaming Services Application Functions Core transport Functions Access Transport Functions NGN Terminals Customer Networks User Profile Functions O ther N etw orksNetwork AccessAttachment Functions NAAF Other Multimedia Components … Streaming Services Application Functions Core transport Functions Access Network Functions NGN Terminals Customer Networks S.User Profile Functions O ther N etw orks Legacy Terminals GW PSTN / ISDN Emulation IP Multimedia Component including PSTN/ISDN Simulation NNITransport Stratum Service Stratum UNI Edge Functions Service and Control Functions End-user Functions User Profile Functions T.User Profile Functions Grouping of NGN Functional Entities 9 ITU-T VICA Workshop 22-23 July 2005, ITU Headquarter, Geneva dates ITU-T TR-RACS - Functional Requirements and Architecture for Resource and Admission Control in Next Generation Networks o Covers procedures for the control of QoS (including resource reservation, admission control and gate control) , control of NAPT and Firewall traversal. o Admission control involves checking authorisation based on user profiles, SLAs, operator specific policy rules, and resource availability within access and core transport. o Within the NGN architecture, the RACF acts as the arbitrator for resource negotiation and allocation between Application Functions and Transport Functions. o Similar to ETSI but wider scope than TISPAN Release 1 (e.g. including core network control and inter-domain PDF-PDF communication). 10 ITU-T VICA Workshop 22-23 July 2005, ITU Headquarter, Geneva dates ITU-T Resource and Admission Control Functions Service Control Functions Core Transport Access TransportCPN Network Access Attachment Functions O ther N G N s I-BGF PDF ENF A-BGF A-TRCF Gq’Gq’ Go’ Ub SCPF Re Rq Rq Rc Iq R-BGF ANF Re Rc SCF C-TRCF RpRq X????
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Score: 481878.47 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...sentations/S1_P4_%20Morita.pdf
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Key Features of FGNGN Release 1 12 GSCOverall NGN Architecture Transport stratum Service stratum Media Handling Functions Access Functions Other networks Other networks Customer Functions Transport User Profile Functions Application Functions Gateway Functions Transport Control Functions Control Media NNIUNI Edge Functions Network Attachment Control Functions Core Transport functions Core Transport Functions Access Transport functions Access Transport Functions Service and Control Functions Service User Profile Functions M an ag em en t F un ct io ns Overall NGN Architecture General Functional Architecture Functional Architecture for specific instances (e.g. (...) Key Features of FGNGN Release 1 13 GSCFunctional Architecture Model Access Packet Transport Function Access Relay Function T.Network Access Control Function T.Network Access Process Function Mobility Support Function Transport Resource & Enforcement Function Traffic Measurement Function Media Resource Processing Function Transport Resource & Enforcement Function Traffic Measurement Function Media Resource Processing Function A-PGF T-7 T-6 T-8 T-4 T-20 T-15 T-13 T-11 T-3 T-1 T-2 T-9 T-4 T-15 T-13 T-11 Transport SGF T-12 TMGFCore Packet Transport Function Application Server Function Application Gateway Function NAAS IP address allocation Authentication Authorisation Access net. config Location mgt. S.Authentication and Authorization Function Session Control Proxy Function SGCF PGCF AGCF LS Function Registration Function User profile DB Function A-1 A-2 S-9 S-10 S-4 S-18 S-1 S-19 S-13 S-17 Terminal Function Other NGNOther NGN PSTN/ISDN other IP MM Network (e.g.
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Score: 481456.74 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...9/presentations/s2-1-b-lee.pdf
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From ITU-T Recommendation Y.2001 ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 4 ITU-T Y.2011: NGN General Reference Model Pre-NGN: Vertically Integrated Networks Telephony Services Data Services (WWW, e-mail, etc) Video Services (TV, movie, etc) PSTN Video Services Network Data Services Network NGN Transport Stratum NGN Services Stratum ITU-T Rec.Y.2011 NGN: Horizontally Integrated Networks ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 5 ITU-T Single Convergence Layer Internet Protocol (IP) Any Service & Every Service Any Transport & Every Transport Technology Two Service Domains Scope Of “NGN” Services Stratum Transport Stratum ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 6 ITU-T Service Provision: Mediated and non-mediated services Switched Core Packet Network(s) (Switched) Packet Access Network(s) Transport Network Interconnection Transport Network Interconnection Single/Distributed (Switched) Packet Access Network(s) Application & Service Servers Application & Service Servers End User System S End User System S Mediated Services Mediated Services Non-Mediated Services Service Interconnection T T ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 7 ITU-T Effects of Separation: the good, the bad and the challenge o Good: • Any service over a single IP transport network o Bad: • Two different levels of control, authentication, admission, charging, etc. o Challenge: • Service to transport coupling & mapping for: — QoS selection — QoS control — transport resource allocation — monitoring — accounting for usage Solution: Resource & Admission Control Functions (Session 3) ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 8 ITU-T Basic Functional View Other Networks Service Control Functions Transport stratum Service stratum M an ag em en t Fu nc tio ns Service User Profiles Transport User Profiles Control Media Management Application/Service Support Functions Third Party Applications ANI End-User Functions Transport Control Functions Transport Functions NNIUNI Network Attachment Control Functions Resource and Admission Control Functions ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 9 ITU-T Component View Legacy Terminals Legacy Terminals Transport Stratum Service Stratum End-User Functions Application Functions Core transport Functions NGN Terminals Customer Networks O ther N etw orks Application/Service Support Functions Core Transport Functions O ther N etw orks Transport Stratum Edge Functions Access Transport Functions Service Control Functions Network Access Attachment Functions NAAF Network Attachment Control Functions (NACF) Access Network Functions Resource and Admission Control Functions (RACF) User Profile Functions T. User Profile Functions GWGW Other Multimedia Service Components … Streaming Service Component PSTN / ISDN Emulation Service Component IP Multimedia Component &PSTN/ISDN Simulation IP Multimedia Service Component S. (...) QoS per device/terminal ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 14 ITU-T Summary of key architectural work in SG13 (1) o Y.2001: NGN Overview • NGN Definition, Characteristics & Subject Areas o Y.2011: General Reference Model • High-level paradigms • Separation of concerns, services from networks • Architectural principles • OSI model relevance • G.805 relevance o Y.FRA: Functional Requirements & Architecture • Generic service control functions • Generic transport control functions ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 15 ITU-T Summary of key architectural work in SG13 (2) o Y.IFN: IMS for NGN • IMS functions • Positioning with respect to Y.FRA o Y.PIEA: PSTN/ISDN Emulation Architecture • Call Server based emulation • IMS based emulation o Y.CSF: Converged Services Framework • Service coordination across heterogenous systems and technologies • Overlay architecture across diverse systems ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 16 ITU-T Areas for further study o Streaming Services • IPTV o Identity based systems • RFID o Home Networks • Home Gateways • Gateway management ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 17 ITU-T The End
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Score: 481196.44 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...presentation/s2_kgnightson.pdf
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