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Sensor networks are emerging as a ‘killer’ network structure of the future. 3. (...) Based on the network-centric idea, collecting network resources, computing resources, storage resources and algorithm resources information to network control plane to realize collaborative scheduling. (...) Topic of standardization of network protocols and architecture for integrated terrestrial satellite networks was raised.
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Score: 382352.17 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...uments/Output_6th_Workshop.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Belgrade_5_4_b.ppt 1 Network Planning Strategies and Tools for Evolving Network Architectures, Riccardo Passerini, ITU –BDT, Belgrade 20-24 June 2005 1 ! " #$ % " #$ % & & !'(!'( )*& Network Planning Strategies and Tools for Evolving Network Architectures, Riccardo Passerini, ITU –BDT, Belgrade 20-24 June 2005 2 COMPUTER AIDED PLANNING AND DIMENSIONING OF THE SIGNALLING NETWORK Main tasks of Signalling Network Planning: •Determination/optimization of the Signalling Network Structure •Determination of an optimised design of the routing data of each signalling point (Routing of Signalling Traffic) •Dimensioning of the signalling link Set under consideration of network failures (failed route sets and Signalling points) •Determination of Signalling Network Performance 2 Network Planning Strategies and Tools for Evolving Network Architectures, Riccardo Passerini, ITU –BDT, Belgrade 20-24 June 2005 3 COMPUTER AIDED PLANNING AND DIMENSIONING OF THE SIGNALLING NETWORK •For Signalling Networks with more than 10 SP’s/STP’s the planning and dimensioning tasks can only be reasonably achieved by using computer aided planning and dimensioning •Therefore a tool is required by means of which an optimized Signalling Network Planning can be realized by iterative steps •Major Benefits - Stability and efficiency of signalling networks - Respect to routing and dimensioning - Solving the problematic of complexity of the CCSS7 routing tables. (...) IN services) • Logical and possibly physical separation between signalling and trunk network more flexible since signalling network independent from existing trunk network hierarchy Network Planning Strategies and Tools for Evolving Network Architectures, Riccardo Passerini, ITU –BDT, Belgrade 20-24 June 2005 8 • Big variety of messages • High flexibility referring to new services (ISDN, IN, Mobile GSM) • Secured transmission of signalling messages • One CCSS7 channel replaces about 80 CAS* channels • Economical savings referring to channel costs (1/30 = 3%, 16th channel in PCM30) CCSS7 - a cost-effective, adequate signalling method for modern and future digital networks * CAS = Channel Associated Signalling Benefits of CCSS7 Signalling 5 Network Planning Strategies and Tools for Evolving Network Architectures, Riccardo Passerini, ITU –BDT, Belgrade 20-24 June 2005 9 Signalling Operating Modes Associated mode B Quasi-associated mode A B C STPSignalling relation e.g . for speech channels Signalling link A ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ equal utilization of network ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ higher reliability ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ smaller end-to-end delay SP ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ more economical for low loaded links ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ simpler administration ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ simpler for planning Mixed mode A B Quasi-associated Associated mode C As a consequence there may be given a load-threshold for the decision on the signalling mode for an individual link set which leads to: Network Planning Strategies and Tools for Evolving Network Architectures, Riccardo Passerini, ITU –BDT, Belgrade 20-24 June 2005 10 Signalling Network Trunk Network CCSS7 Operating Mode: Associated for A B Quasi-associated for C D The path used by the Signalling Messages may be different from the path in the trunk network, because signalling and trunk network are logically independent!
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Score: 382285.64 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...-05/Day%203/Belgrade_5_4_b.PDF
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S5_6.PPT 1 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 1 ITU ITU SeminarSeminar Bangkok, Bangkok, ThailandThailand , , 1111--1515 NovemberNovember 20022002 SessionSession 5.65.6 VPI: Core Network Planning withVPI: Core Network Planning with VPIserviceMakerVPIserviceMaker™™ VPItransportMakerVPItransportMaker™™ Traditional TDM and IP Networks Traditional TDM and IP Networks Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 2 Lifecycle ManagementLifecycle Management PlatformPlatform Network Network Planning Planning ModuleModule Installation &Installation & DocumentationDocumentation ModuleModule OpticalOptical NetworkingNetworking ModuleModule VPItransmissionMaker WDM VPItransmissionMaker Cable Access VPIcomponentMaker Fiber Amplifier VPIcomponentMaker Active Photonics VPIlinkConfigurator VPItransportMaker SONET-SDH VPItransportMaker Ethernet VPItransportMaker Optical Ring VPItransportMaker Optical Mesh VPIlinkConfigurator VPIaccessMaker Markets VPIaccessMaker Technology VPIaccessMaker Economics VPIlifecycleManager: • Ad-hoc collaboration • Configuration management • Automatic team notification • Tool API • Token licensing • Best practice library • Oracle interface • Data API • Results Management • Algorithms API • Automatic project management VPIdeploymentMaster: • CAD -based visualization • Consistency and reliability check for cable connections • Comprehensive equipment documentation on inside plant • End-to-end representation of connections and cabling throughout entire network • Visualization of status for equipment and connection VPIequipmentConfigurator: • Customizable configuration engine • Framework for equipment library • Automatic creation of equipment parameter lists • Report of connection discrepancies • NMS interface VPIserviceMaker Distribution VPIserviceMaker IP VPIserviceMaker ATM VPIserviceMaker Switch VPIserviceMaker SS7 VPItransportMaker SONET-SDH VPItransportMaker Optical Ring VPItransportMaker Optical Mesh VPItransportMaker Sync VPIdataRepository (Q4 02) BusinessBusiness PlanningPlanning ModuleModule Optical Optical DesignDesign ModuleModule ToolsPeople Data Projects R & D T e c h n i c a l S a l e s Opt ical Product D e s i g n s P r o d u c t C o n f i g u r a t i o n R u l e s R e s u l t s M a n a g e m e n t … in projects or across projects Connecting People, Tools & Data … … connecting people, tools & data VPI Design & Deployment Center 2 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 3 Service characterization & Traffic modeling • different service categories • QoS/CoS description • self-similarity and statistical multiplexing • Poisson/non-Poisson type traffic Real time applications • (e.g. (...) VP classification, FECs) • “best-effort“ traffic Dimensioning autonomous systems • routing optimization (based on OSPF) • network link and node dimensioning Design of ATM/IP/MPLS networks • QoS related routing • traffic engineering Network Design Tasks Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 4 Traffic generation ü Point to point bandwidth demand matrices provided by user ü Derived from IP access network designs ü Forecast based on user population and a distribution model (like the gravity model, distribution factors to AS gateways and tera-pops) Traffic classes ü Aggregated traffic ü Different levels of QoS ü Per Diff-Serv Classification as default ü Over booking (blocking) allowance factor ü Multiple traffic matrices representing multiple busy hours ü VPN traffic of each type Routers ü Router modeling ü Core fabric capacity (switching) and cost ü Types of interface cards, port granularity, and costs ü Can model multiple types of routers ü User definable ü Default vendor library Link facilities ü TDM Circuits ü Layer 2 connections: ATM, FR, Ethernet , etc. ü User definable ü Transport bandwidth and cost Traffic, Equipment and Facility Modeling 3 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 5 Inside VPIserviceMaker™Distribution VPIserviceMaker™ IP VPIserviceMaker™ ATM VPIserviceMaker™ Switch VPIserviceMaker™ SS7 VPItransportMaker™ SONET-SDH VPItransportMaker™ Optical Rings VPItransportMaker™ Optical Mesh VPItransportMaker™ Sync Network Planning Module Network Planning Module Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 6 Source: BT Network Architecture: Layers & Technologies 4 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 7 OSNR analysis Typical Applications • Calculation and updating of service matrices using - Homogeneous or gravitation models - Target factors or interest factors - Kruithof balancing Typical Applications • Calculation and updating of service matrices using - Homogeneous or gravitation models - Target factors or interest factors - Kruithof balancing Node Distance In te re st R at e Gravitity model Service Matrix Calculations VPIserviceMakerTM Distribution Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 8 Typical Applications • Embedded circuit switched networks • Hierarchical and non-hierarchical switched networks • Restructuring of traditional networks • Multi-carrier networks (POI) Typical Applications • Embedded circuit switched networks • Hierarchical and non-hierarchical switched networks • Restructuring of traditional networks • Multi-carrier networks (POI) 40% breakdown Breakdown analysis Routing table generation VPIserviceMakerTM Switch/SS7 5 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 9 Inputs: • Partially structured existing network topology • Traffic matrix • Additional conditions (e.g. min. (...) /max. # of transit exchanges, cost parameters) Results: • Well structured 2-level voice backbone • 3 transit exchanges, 29 high capacity trunk groups (down from 46) Results: • Well structured 2-level voice backbone • 3 transit exchanges, 29 high capacity trunk groups (down from 46)  Use Case: Restructuring a Mid-Sized Network VPIserviceMakerTM Switch Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 10 TelephonyTelephony VP Class1VP Class1 Video conference Video conference LAN emulation LAN emulation VBR-nrt SVC VBR-nrt SVC ABR SVC ABR SVC CBR PVC CBR PVC VBR-rt SVC VBR-rt SVC CBR SVC CBR SVC VP Class 2VP Class 2 VP Class nVP Class n Typical Applications • ATM multi-service networks • Frame Relay backbone networks • Carrier, enterprise and campus with • intelligent service mix and separation • cost-optimized topology • well balanced routing and trunk sizes • sufficient spare capacity for protection Typical Applications • ATM multi-service networks • Frame Relay backbone networks • Carrier, enterprise and campus with • intelligent service mix and separation • cost-optimized topology • well balanced routing and trunk sizes • sufficient spare capacity for protection ATM traffic classification Traffic matrices VPIserviceMakerTM ATM 6 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 11 Typical Applications • Plan, optimize, extend and investigate IP networks: • Define subscribers (eg. modem, DSL or LAN based) and characterize their services requirement traffic volume • Distribute services into traffic flows between servers, edge and core routers, gateways • Aggregate traffic flows and size trunks VPIserviceMakerTM IP Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 12 Clock distribution tree Failure scenario simulation VPItransportMakerTMSync Typical Applications • Plan and optimize clock distribution (PDH,SDH,SONET) • Design backup clock signal routes • Analyze network failure scenarios Typical Applications • Plan and optimize clock distribution (PDH,SDH,SONET) • Design backup clock signal routes • Analyze network failure scenarios 7 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 13 Multiple Client/ Demand Layers: SONET/SDH, optical, PDH and Ethernet Design Options: Topology optimization Equipment libraries for every network layer Comprehensive routing options Comprehensive Restoration Options:1+1, Shared, Pre-emptible, unprotected, N x 1 path protection Comprehensive ring, mesh and hybrid capabilities VPItransportMakerTM SONET/SDH Design Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 14 WDM with wavelength banding and OADMs • 2F and 4F Optical BLSR • 2F Optical UPSR Cost driven WDM ring design Enhanced visualization of results Detailed List Of Material OADMs, WDMs, Tx/Rx, etc… Different protection schemes per demand: unprotected, dedicated, shared, pre-emptible Flexible protection granularities VPItransportMakerTM Optical Ring Design 8 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.6- 15 Optimum ULH/standard system deployment • Optimum placement of WDM systems, based on optical demands • Cost-optimum design and topology optimization Optimized wavelength routing and assignment • User specifiable conversion assumptions • Different protection options • Greenfield and embedded scenarios VPItransportMakerTM Optical Mesh Design
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Score: 382193.68 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ructure_OLD/Bangkok-02/5-6.pdf
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Thus, it may be built upon a new network layer or new network architecture to carry information in a manner that may be an evolution and refinement of existing networks or quite different from. (...) The FG-NET-2030, as a platform to study and advance international networking technologies, will investigate the future network architecture, requirements, use cases, and capabilities of the networks for 2030 and beyond. - 2 - 2 Objectives of the FG-NET-2030 The objective of the FG is to carry out a broad analysis for future networks towards 2030 and beyond. (...) More precisely, the objectives include: – To study, review and survey existing network technologies, network platforms, and network standards for identifying the gaps and challenges towards Network 2030, which are not supported by the existing and near future networks like 5G/IMT-2020. – To formulate all network aspects of Network 2030, including vision, requirements, architecture, novel use cases, evaluation methodology, and so forth as related to the fixed network. – To provide guidelines for network standardization roadmap. – To establish liaisons and relationships with other SDOs such as ITU-R WP 5D for addressing radio access network aspects.
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Score: 382179.42 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...oups/net2030/Documents/ToR.pdf
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Trick University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt Research group for telecommunication networks A ll ri gh ts re se rv ed Review 1 Introduction 2 New Network Model 3 Procedure for Designing a Network 4 Interworking between Networks 5 PSTN-NGN Migration Prof. (...) Trick University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt Research group for telecommunication networks A ll ri gh ts re se rv ed 2 1 Introduction Changes in Telecommunication Networks − NGN (Next Generation Networks), Voice/All over IP, UMTS Release 5, Fixed/mobile Convergence − Network integration: e.g. (...) SIP/IP-based: → SIP User Agent → SIP Registrar Server → SIP Proxy Server → SIP Application Server → Conference Server → IP Router → Firewall → Bandwidth Broker − One individual column-based network model for each type of network element − Each network element model = Subset of total network model − Overlap of all network element models = total network model Prof.
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Score: 382153.05 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...1/Presentation_ElBouarfati.PDF
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HOME NETWORK TRANSPORT STANDARDS OVERVIEW AND WORK PLAN 31. (...) Broadband in-premises networking – Home Network 3 3. Home Network Activities in ITU-T 4 4. (...) Table 1 – ITU-T study groups working on Home Network related topics Items SGs and aspects (1) Environment and climate change SG5 Q1/5 Copper cables, networks and fibre-optic connection hardware for broadband access Q8/5 EMC issues in home networks Q11/5 EMC requirements for the information society (2) Broadband cable and TV SG9 Q5/9 Functional requirements for residential gateway and set-top box for the reception of advanced content distribution services Q9/9 Requirements for advanced service capabilities for broadband cable home networks (3) Future networks SG13 Q11/13 Evolution of user-centric networking services, and interworking with networks of the future including software-defined networking (Next generation home network) (4) Access and home networking SG15 Q1 Coordination of Access and Home Network Transport standards Q15/15: Smart Home (home networking related Smart Grid communications) Q18/15 Broadband in-premises networking (5) Multimedia SG16 Q21/16 Multimedia framework, applications and services (home network services) 4.
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Score: 382143.95 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...dards_Overview-WorkPlan-V1.doc
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  عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-T Home     2005-2008 ITU-T SG 19 Recommendations Q series : Switching and signalling Q1000-Q1099 : Public Land Mobile Network Q1000-Q1029 : General Q.1001 : General aspects of public land mobile networks Q1700-Q1799 : Signalling requirements and protocols for IMT-2000 Q.1701 : Framework for IMT-2000 networks Q.1702 : Long-term vision of network aspects for systems beyond IMT-2000 Q.1703 : Service and network capabilities framework of network aspects for systems beyond IMT-2000 Q.1704 (draft) : Functional network architecture for IMT-Advanced Q.1706/Y.2801 : Mobility management requirements for NGN Q.1707/Y.2804 : Generic framework of mobility management for next generation networks Q.1708/Y.2805 (draft) : Framework of location management for NGN Q.1709/Y.2806 (draft) : Framework of handover control for NGN Q.1711 : Network functional model for IMT-2000 Q.1721 : Information flows for IMT-2000 capability set 1 Q.1731 : Radio-technology independent requirements for IMT-2000 layer 2 radio interface Q.1741.1 : IMT-2000 references to release 1999 of GSM evolved UMTS core network with UTRAN access network Q.1741.2 : IMT-2000 references to release 4 of GSM evolved UMTS core network with UTRAN access network Q.1741.3 : IMT-2000 references to release 5 of GSM evolved UMTS core network Q.1741.4 : IMT-2000 references to release 6 of GSM evolved UMTS core network Q.1741.5 (draft) : IMT 2000 references to Release 7 of GSM evolved UMTS core network Q.1742.1 : IMT-2000 references to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network Q.1742.2 : IMT-2000 references (approved as of 11 July 2002) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network Q.1742.3 : IMT-2000 references (approved as of 30 June 2003) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network Q.1742.4 : IMT-2000 references (approved as of 30 June 2004) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network Q.1742.5 : IMT-2000 references (approved as of 31 December 2005) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network Q.1742.6 : IMT-2000 references (approved as of 31 December 2006) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network Q.1742.7 (draft) : IMT 2000 References (approved as of 30 June 2008) to ANSI-41 evolved Core Network with cdma2000 Access Network Q.1751 : Internetwork signalling requirements for IMT-2000 capability set 1 Q.1761 : Principles and requirements for convergence of fixed and existing IMT-2000 systems Q.1762/Y.2802 : Fixed-mobile convergence general requirements Q.1763/Y.2803 : FMC service using legacy PSTN or ISDN as the fixed access network for mobile network users Q supplements : Supplements to the Series Q Recommendations Q Suppl. 30 : Supplement to ITU-T Recommendation Q.1701 – Roadmap to IMT-2000 Recommendations, Standards and Technical Specifications Q Suppl. 47 : Emergency services for IMT-2000 networks – Requirements for harmonization and convergence Q Suppl. 52 : NNI mobility management requirements for systems beyond IMT-2000 Y series : Global information infrastructure, Internet protocol aspects and next-generation networks Y2000-Y2999 : Next Generation Networks Y2800-Y2899 : Generalized mobility Y.2801/Q.1706 : Mobility management requirements for NGN Y.2802/Q.1762 : Fixed-mobile convergence general requirements Y.2803/Q.1763 : FMC service using legacy PSTN or ISDN as the fixed access network for mobile network users Y.2804/Q.1707 : Generic framework of mobility management for next generation networks Y.2805/Q.1708 (draft) : Framework of location management for NGN Y.2806/Q.1709 (draft) : Framework of handover control for NGN   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : TSB EDH Updated : 2008-11-20    
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Score: 382095.87 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...9/t05_sg19_recommendations.htm
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Development of related standards for the customer premises, access, metropolitan and long haul sections. o Lead SG for: • Access Network Transport (ANT) • Optical Technologies ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 3 ITU-T Study Group Structure o WP1/15 Optical and metallic access network • Lead study group on Access Network Transport standards including home network issues • Access network related standards. (PON and xDSL) o WP2/15 Optical transport network technology • Optical transport network Layer 1 related standards. (...) Broadband Access solutions to support NGN services HomePNA, ADSL, VDSL, B-PON, G-PON Transport networks to support Packet-based network MPLS, Ethernet networking, SDH, OTN, GFP ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 9 ITU-T Workshop on NGN and its Transport Networks o Objectives; Following the success of the NGN Focus Group and the establishment of the NGN Global Standards Initiative (NGN-SGI), this workshop will be an opportunity to review the status of the work, especially of SG13 and SG15.
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Score: 382079.69 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...0604/presentation/s1_maeda.pdf
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National transmition networks : North-South backbone transmission network uses DWDM ring with the capacity of 20 Gbps. (...) NGN – Next Generation Network 10 ITU-T Workshop on “Next Generation Networks“ Hanoi, Vietnam, 15-16 May 2006 2. NGN Network overview: Provided xDSL access service, voice, data, multimedia service on unified broadband network.
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Score: 382058.86 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...00605/presentations/s6_mai.pdf
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Method of collection: Operators usually show their network by type in the legend of their network maps or diagrams. (...) Method of collection: This level of information is rarely provided by network operators in published documentation, network maps or network diagrams. (...) This is because of the impact of local feeder networks interconnecting to the core network, and also because some wireless broadband networks are capable of providing their own backhaul.
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Score: 381970.73 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/T...smissionCapacityIndicators.pdf
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