NPA 403/587/780 Presentation for May 14, 2013 RPC

Report
CNA
NPA 403/587/780
(Area Code) Relief in
Alberta
May 14 – 15, 2013
CNA
NPA 403/587/780 and Adjacent
Area Codes
CNA
NPA Relief Planning Principles and
Considerations
• The NPA relief plan chosen will seek to
minimize end users’ confusion while
balancing the cost of implementation
by all affected parties.
• If a relief plan requires customers to
undergo number changes, the plan
shall not require these customers to
undergo further number changes until
at least 8-10 years later.
• All efforts should be made to choose a
plan that does not favour a particular
interest group, i.e., no relief plan
should give one Carrier or group of
Carriers a competitive advantage over
other Carriers or groups of Carriers.
CNA
NPA Relief Planning Principles and
Considerations (cont’d)
• The NPA Code Relief Coordinator
should facilitate the selection of a
consensus NPA relief plan based on
input as outlined below.
• Communications should be
established with all affected industry
members, the CRTC and the North
American Numbering Plan
Administrator (NANPA). This should be
initiated immediately after the need for
NPA Relief has been determined.
CNA
NPA Relief Planning Process
• The NPA Relief Planning process is
described in detail in the Canadian
NPA Relief Planning Guideline.
• This process requires participation by
affected parties and other interested
parties at meetings of the Relief
Planning Committee (RPC) for the
NPA requiring relief.
• The major objective of the NPA relief
planning process is to ensure an
adequate supply of CO Codes is
available at all times to the Canadian
telecommunications industry (i.e.,
ensure that NPA Relief occurs in
advance of NPA exhaust).
CNA
NPA Relief Planning Process
(cont’d)
• Another objective of the NPA Relief
Planning process is to develop, in
accordance with the Canadian NPA
Relief Planning Guideline and its time
frames, a consensus recommendation
for an NPA relief plan to be submitted
for CRTC approval.
• It is the responsibility of all participants
(e.g. Carriers, service providers,
manufacturers, equipment suppliers,
and users) to implement the approved
NPA relief plan.
CNA
NPA Relief Planning Process
(cont’d)
• The Relief Options shall cover a period
of at least eight years beyond the
Projected Exhaust Date, and shall
cover more than one relief activity, if
necessary, during the time frame.
• The relief plan shall be a living
document and will reflect changes that
take place over the time it is being
developed (e.g., demand for CO
Codes, local competition, wireline and
wireless number portability, etc.)
during the time it takes to create. The
annual and relief planning Numbering
Resource Utilization Forecast (NRUF)
analyses shall be used as one of the
tools in updating the options.
CNA
NPA Relief Planning Process
(cont’d)
• The recommendation for a Relief
Method (e.g., split, overlay, boundary
realignment) is made by the Relief
Planning Committee (RPC), and shall
be specified in the Planning Document,
along with boundaries if a split is
chosen. The estimated life of the relief
shall be included in the Planning
Document along with assumptions,
projected code assignment rates, etc.
CNA
NPA Relief Planning Process
(cont’d)
• In the long term, the plan shall result in
the most effective use possible of all
CO Codes serving a given area.
Ideally, in the case of splits, all of the
CO Codes in a given area shall
exhaust at approximately the same
time. In practice this may not be
possible, but severe imbalances shall
be avoided.
CNA
The Roles and Responsibilities of
the CNA in the NPA Relief Planning
Process
• Monitor CO Code Assignment and
Availability
• Conduct Special or Relief Planning
NRUFs
• Appoint a Meeting Moderator, an NPA
Relief Coordinator and a Meeting
Secretary
• Prepare Initial Planning Document
(IPD)
• Issue Notice of Initial Meeting, and
distribute IPD to Affected Parties and
appropriate regulatory authority
CNA
The Roles and Responsibilities of
the CNA in the NPA Relief Planning
Process (cont’d)
• Conduct Initial NPA Relief Planning
Meeting
• Conduct subsequent NPA Relief
Planning Meetings/conference calls
• Notify the North American Number
Plan Administrator and iconectiv TRA
of the relief planning activities
• Make a public announcement
CNA
Background
• NPA 403/587/780 serves 337
Exchange Areas
• NPA 403/587/780 serves the Province
of Alberta
• Most of the growth for existing service
providers in area code 403/587/780 is
concentrated in less than ten (10)
Exchange Areas, with the majority of
this growth being in the Calgary,
Edmonton, Red Deer, Fort McMurray,
Lethbridge, Grande Prairie, Medicine
Hat and High River Exchange Areas
• Projected Future Average Growth is 76
NXXs/year
• NPA 403/587/780 is projected to
exhaust in August 2017
CNA
NPA 403/587/780 Actual and Forecast
CO Code Assignments
NPA 403-587-780 Alberta
2700
2500
2300
Actual
2100
98 COCUS
99 COCUS
1900
00 COCUS
01 COCUS
02 NRUF
1700
03 NRUF
04 NRUF
1500
05 NRUF
06 NRUF
1300
07 NRUF
08 NRUF
1100
09 NRUF
10 NRUF
11 NRUF
900
12 NRUF
13 NRUF
700
CNA
NPA 403/587/780 CO Code Exhaust
January 2012 R-NRUF
3000
2500
NXX
2000
1500
1000
500
Year (January)
0
NPA Capacity
R-NRUF
NXX Availability
2012
2400
1842
558
2013
2400
1976
424
2014
2400
2057
343
2015
2400
2132
268
2016
2400
2207
193
2017
2400
2285
115
2018
2400
2365
35
CNA
NPA 403/587/780 Miscellaneous and
LEC+WSP CO Codes
January 2012 R-NRUF
3000
2000
1500
1000
500
Misc
LEC + WSP
Jan. 2018
Jan. 2017
Jan. 2016
Jan. 2015
Jan. 2014
Jan. 2013
0
Jan. 2012
CO Codes
2500
CNA
NPA 403/587/780 CO Code Exhaust
July 2012 R-NRUF
3000
2500
NXX
2000
1500
1000
500
0
Year (January)
-500
NPA Capacity
R-NRUF
NXX Availability
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2400
1857
543
2400
2025
375
2400
2130
270
2400
2209
191
2400
2294
106
2400
2373
27
2400
2456
-56
CNA
NPA 403/587/780 Miscellaneous and LEC+WSP
CO Codes
July 2012 R-NRUF
3000
2000
1500
1000
500
Misc
LEC + WSP
Jan. 2018
Jan. 2017
Jan. 2016
Jan. 2015
Jan. 2014
Jan. 2013
0
Jan. 2012
CO Codes
2500
CNA
NPA 403/587/780 CO Code Exhaust
January 2013 R-NRUF (including NOC directives)
3000
2500
NXX
2000
1500
1000
500
0
Year (January)
-500
NPA Capacity
R-NRUF
NXX Availability
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2400
1940
460
2400
2106
294
2400
2201
199
2400
2283
117
2400
2363
37
2400
2448
-48
2400
2509
-109
CNA
NPA 403/587/780 Miscellaneous and LEC+WSP
CO Codes January 2013 R-NRUF
(including NOC directives)
3000
2000
1500
1000
500
Misc
LEC + WSP
Jan. 2019
Jan. 2018
Jan. 2017
Jan. 2016
Jan. 2015
Jan. 2014
0
Jan. 2013
CO Codes
2500
CNA
CO Codes available for assignment in
NPA 403/587/780
Total CO Codes in the NPA (NXX format)
CO Codes unassignable prior to a Jeopardy Condition:
• N11 Service Codes (211-911)
• Special Use Codes (555, 950 & 976)
• Home NPA(s) 403, 587 & 780)
• Current Neighbouring NPA (867 in 780 only)
• Future Canadian Geographic NPAs (825)
• Plant Test Codes (958 & 959)
• Special 7-Digit Dialing Codes (310, 610 & 810)
• CO Codes from NPA 587 set aside for Initial Code Assignments for New
Entrants only
• CO Codes from NPA 587 set aside for Initial Code Assignments
Subtotal
Assignable CO Codes prior to a Jeopardy Condition
CO Codes that become assignable in a Jeopardy Condition
• CO Codes from NPA 587 set aside for Initial Code assignments
• Future Canadian Geographic NPAs
• Neighbouring NPAs
Subtotal
2400
24
9
9
1
3
6
7
10
7
76
2324
7
0
0
7
Assignable CO Codes in a Jeopardy Condition
2331
•
Assigned CO Codes on 1 April 2013
1875
•
Available CO Codes on 1 April 2013
without a Jeopardy Condition
449
Available CO Codes on 1 April 2013
in a Jeopardy Condition
456
•
CNA
Relief Options
Option 1 – Split - North South Split of NPA 587,
South retains NPA 587
Option 2 – Split - North South Split of NPA 587,
North retains NPA 587
Option 3 – Concentrated Overlay - Concentrated
Overlay of new NPA on Calgary and
Edmonton LIRs
Option 4 – Concentrated Overlay - Concentrated
Overlay of new NPA on Calgary and
Edmonton Exchange Areas
Option 5 – Concentrated Overlay - Concentrated
Overlay of two New NPAs - first new NPA
overlays NPA 587/780 and second new
NPA overlays 403/587
Option 6 – Distributed Overlay - Distributed Overlay
of a New NPA on NPA 403/587/780
Option 7 – Distributed Overlay - Distributed Overlay
of two New NPAs on NPA 403/587/780
CNA
Relief Methods not examined in
detail
The following two Relief Methods were not
examined in detail:
• Boundary Extension Overlay
• Technology-specific Overlay
The advent of Wireless Number Portability in
Canada does not permit a Technology-specific
Overlay Relief Option to be implemented
CNA
NPA 403/587/780 LIRs
CNA
Option 1: Split – North South Split of NPA 587,
South retains NPA 587
CNA
Option 1: Split – North South Split of NPA 587,
South retains NPA 587
• Currently, NPA 403/587/780 is expected to exhaust in
the year 2017.
• In this split Relief Option the Southern Region (142
Exchange Areas) retains NPA 587 and remains in
NPA 403, and the Northern Region (195 Exchange
Areas) remains in NPA 780 and telephone numbers in
NPA 587 change to a new NPA.
• NPA 403/587 contains the rapidly growing Exchange
Areas of Calgary, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat
and High River, and the 780/New NPA would contain
the rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Edmonton, Fort
McMurray and Grande Prairie.
• After the split, the 403/587 NPA and the 780/New NPA
would be expected to exhaust in 2025 and 2033
respectively.
• Customers’ telephone numbers in 323 CO Codes
would change.
• This Relief Option would increase the number of
separate Relief Planning areas in Alberta from 1 to 2.
CNA
Option 2: Split - North South Split of NPA 587,
North retains NPA 587
CNA
Option 2: Split - North South Split of NPA 587,
North retains NPA 587
•
Currently, NPA 403/587/780 is expected to exhaust in
the year 2017.
•
In this Relief Option the Northern Region (195
Exchange Areas) retains NPA 587 and remains in
NPA 780, and the Southern Region (142 Exchange
Areas) remains in NPA 403 and telephone numbers in
NPA 587 change to a new NPA.
•
NPA 780/587 contains the rapidly growing Exchange
Areas of Edmonton, Fort McMurray and Grande
Prairie while the 403/New NPA would contain the
rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Calgary, Red Deer,
Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and High River.
• After the split, the 780/587 NPA and the 403/New NPA
would be expected to exhaust in 2033 and 2025
respectively.
•
Customers’ telephone numbers in 324 CO Codes
would change.
•
This Relief Option would increase the number of
separate Relief Planning areas in Alberta from 1 to 2.
CNA
Option 3: Concentrated Overlay – Concentrated
Overlay of new NPA on Calgary and Edmonton
LIRs
CNA
Option 3: Concentrated Overlay – Concentrated
Overlay of new NPA on Calgary and Edmonton
LIRs
•
Currently, NPA 403/587/780 is expected to exhaust in
the year 2017.
•
This Relief Option would overlay a new NPA Code
over the 36 Exchange Areas of the Calgary and
Edmonton LIRs and the remaining 301 Exchange
Areas in the Province of Alberta would continue to
grow using CO Codes from NPA 587.
• After this Concentrated Overlay, NPA 403/587/780
and 403/587/780/new NPA would be expected to
exhaust in 2022 and 2029 respectively.
•
Customers’ telephone numbers in Alberta would not
change.
•
This Relief Option would increase the number of
separate Relief Planning areas in Alberta from 1 to 2.
CNA
Option 4: Concentrated Overlay – Concentrated
Overlay Of New NPA on Calgary and Edmonton
Exchange Areas
CNA
Option 4: Concentrated Overlay – Concentrated
Overlay Of New NPA on Calgary and Edmonton
Exchange Areas
•
Currently, NPA 403/587/780 is expected to exhaust in
the year 2017.
•
This Relief Option would overlay a new NPA Code
over the Calgary and Edmonton Exchange Areas and
the remaining 335 Exchange Areas in the Province of
Alberta would continue to grow using CO Codes from
NPA 587.
•
After this Concentrated Overlay, NPA 403/587/780
and the 403/587/780/new NPA would be expected to
exhaust in 2023 and 2031 respectively.
•
Customers’ telephone numbers in Alberta would not
change.
•
This Relief Option would increase the number of
separate Relief Planning areas in Alberta from 1 to 2.
CNA
Option 5: Concentrated Overlay – Concentrated
Overlay of two New NPAs - first new NPA overlays
NPA 587/780 and second new NPA overlays
NPA 403/587
CNA
Option 5: Concentrated Overlay – Concentrated
Overlay of two New NPAs - first new NPA overlays
NPA 587/780 and second new NPA overlays
NPA 403/587
•
Currently, NPA 403/587/780 is expected to exhaust in
the year 2017.
•
This Relief Option would overlay two new NPA Codes,
the first new NPA Code over the 195 Exchange Areas
of NPA 587/780 of the Northern Region and the
second new NPA Code would overlay the remaining
142 Exchange Areas of the NPA 403/587 of the
Southern Region.
•
After this Concentrated Overlay, NPA 587/780/new
NPA-1(North) and the 403/587/new NPA-2 (South)
would be expected to exhaust in 2038 and 2032
respectively.
•
Customers’ telephone numbers in Alberta would not
change.
•
This Relief Option would increase the number of
separate Relief Planning areas in Alberta from 1 to 2.
CNA
Option 6: Distributed Overlay - Distributed
Overlay of a New NPA on NPA 403/587/780
CNA
Option 6: Distributed Overlay - Distributed
Overlay of a New NPA on NPA 403/587/780
•
Currently, NPA 403/587/780 is expected to
exhaust in the year 2017.
•
This Relief Option would overlay the new NPA on
the NPA 403/587/780 area.
•
After this Distributed Overlay, NPA 403/587/780
and the New NPA would be expected to exhaust in
2028.
•
Customers’ telephone numbers would not change.
•
With this Relief Option, the number of separate
Relief Planning areas in Alberta (i.e., 1) would not
change.
CNA
Option 7: Distributed Overlay - Distributed
Overlay of two New NPAs on NPA 403/587/780
CNA
Option 7: Distributed Overlay - Distributed
Overlay of two New NPAs on NPA 403/587/780
•
Currently, NPA 403/587/780 is expected to
exhaust in the year 2017.
•
This Relief Option would overlay two new NPAs
on the NPA 403/587/780 area.
•
After this Distributed Overlay, NPA 403/587/780
and the first new NPA and the second new NPA
would be expected to exhaust in 2028 and 2038
respectively.
•
Customers’ telephone numbers would not change.
•
With this Relief Option, the number of separate
Relief Planning areas in Alberta (i.e. 1) would not
change.
CNA
Impacts
•
Customers
– in preparation for the assignment of CO Codes and
telephone numbers in the new/extended NPA, customers
must accommodate the additional NPA in their lists,
tables, systems and equipment
– if a split is implemented, telephone number changes to a
new NPA would create major impacts on lists, tables,
equipment, systems, advertising, etc.
•
Customers’ Equipment
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Automatic Dialers
Fax Machines
Call Forwarding
Cellular Phones
Burglar Alarms
Voice Messaging Use
Speed Call Lists
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Numbers
Call Detail Record (CDR) Software
Automatic Call Distributor (ACD)Operations
Modems
PBXs
Centrex
Key Systems
CNA
Impacts (cont’d)
•
Telecommunications Service Providers
– systems etc. must accommodate an additional NPA in the
NPA 403/587/780 area
– if a split is implemented, major database changes would
be required due to telephone number changes, plus
reprogramming of wireless phones
•
Telecommunication Operations
– Planning, Provisioning, Network Operations
•
Residential Sales and Service
– Business Office, I&R, Sales and Support
•
Corporate Communications
– Public Information
•
Finance
– Support
•
Business Division
– Sales, Public Communication Services, Customer
Provided Equipment
•
Marketing
– Business Development, Forecast Rates and Tariff
•
System Solutions
– System Dev. (Network)
– System Dev. (Revenue)
•
Regulatory Matters
CNA
Impacts (cont’d)
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Others
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Resellers, Rebillers
International Carriers
CPE Community: Vendors, Maintenance, Owners
Radio Paging Community: Pagers and Beepers
Industry Associations: Hotel, Alarm, Paging, Apartment
Owners

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