Jun14 ATIS IP Report - NANC

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All-IP Transition Initiatives
June 17, 2014
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IP Transition Work within ATIS
• The IP transition and the evolution of the network is a
topic that permeates many of ATIS’ work programs.
• This presentation highlights some of ATIS’ IP transition
work.
• Technical work is being done within ATIS’ committees and
forums, including most notably its Packet Technologies and
Systems Committee (PTSC) and Industry Numbering
Committees (INC).
• INC’s work is being presented separately to the NANC.
• Previous updates on ATIS’ IP transition work has been provided in
ATIS’ July 2013 comments in GN Docket No. 13-5.
• Forward-looking strategic work is underway within ATIS’
Technology and Operations (TOPS) Council.
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ATIS/SIP Forum IP-NNI Initiative
• In December 2013, ATIS and the SIP Forum launched the
IP-NNI Joint Task Force to address the following areas:
• Protocol:
• Define reference architecture with functional entities necessary
for IP-based interconnection
• Provide exact specification for all protocols at the NNI
• Routing:
• Define the architecture for sharing NNI interconnection data
• Will not identify a single approach
• Solutions will co-exist during transition
• Specify how solutions work together
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2014
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ATIS/SIP Forum IP-NNI Initiative
• The initiative will allow the industry to continue to support
key principles:
• Universal connectivity to next generation broadband networks and
services;
• The protection of consumers, including safeguards against
fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices;
• Uninterrupted, seamless access to public safety, national security,
emergency preparedness/response services;
• Continued network reliability and robustness; and
• The facilitation of competition and innovation.
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2014
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ATIS/SIP Forum IP-NNI Initiative: Status
• The group is working on the initial readout on progress
on the routing framework and IP Interconnect protocol.
• The NNI Profile is scheduled for Q1 2015.
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ATIS Board of Directors’ Meeting
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2014
October
20, 2011
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IP Services Interconnect Focus Group
• The ATIS TOPS Council IPSI-FG is defining a strategy
for developing an IP services interconnect specification
suitable for all service provider types, encompassing
basic, advanced, and future services.
• Includes forward-looking services such as HD Voice, Video,
Messaging, and Data.
• Requirements are identified for a set of interconnection profiles
built on existing standards to enable these services and to
deliver a consistent user experience across all types of networks
(e.g., Wireless, Fixed, and Cable).
• This analysis is complementary to the work of the ATIS/SIP
Forum IP-NNI Task Force.
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2014
October
20, 2011
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IP Services Interconnect Focus Group
• The IPSI-FG will help ensure interconnection and
interoperability between service providers (e.g., Fixed,
Wireless and Cable) for all IP-based service.
• Many options exist across the overlapping standards that
have been developed by leading SDOs (e.g., ATIS
PTSC, IETF, ITU, 3GPP, PacketCable, GSMA, i3Forum,
SIP Forum) to address interoperability.
• Agreement as to which of the specifications to base the
interconnect upon is often a key initial step.
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2014
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20, 2011
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IPSI Focus Group: Next Steps
• The IPSI –FG is currently examining advanced services
as use cases:
• HD voice
• Video
• Voice => video + voice
• Video + voice => voice only
• Analysis is limited to stage 1 (requirements) and stage 2
(architecture).
• Any stage 3 (protocol) work would be referred to the
ATIS PTSC.
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2014
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PSRA-TF: Cross Industry Alignment
• The ATIS TOPS Council has launched a IP-Transition of
Public Safety Related Applications Task Force (PSRA-TF).
• The PSRA-TF will address the migration of infrastructure
associated with public safety, for example:
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Alarm circuits to local fire and police departments;
FAA circuits to towers and alarms;
Circuits that monitor railroad crossings;
Circuits for sensors at gas and power company locations;
Meter and alarming circuits related to power grids; and
Circuits supporting underground communications.
• Addressing these applications will be critical to the timely
transition to All-IP.
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2014
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20, 2011
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PSRA-TF: Key Contributors
Operators
• Identify specific circuit types and applications
• Prioritize applications
Manufacturers
• Provide solutions that support the IP Transition
• Contribute to development of roadmap
Outreach to industry associations, customers
• Industry groups can represent the diverse needs of a broad
range of customers
• Provide feedback on recommendations, best practices
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2014
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20, 2011
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PSRA-TF: Status
• The PSRA-TF has developed a preliminary view of the
current environment and challenges.
• Public safety-related applications involve a diverse set of
customers with unique requirements.
• In most cases, circuit records (only) do not provide
sufficient data on the underlying applications.
• Many existing customer requirements are based on the
characteristics of the legacy copper network.
• Feedback with relevant industry groups and associations
is necessary to develop transitional and future solutions.
• Sharing of the findings and customer education are
essential.
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2014
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PSRA-TF: Next Steps
• The PSTA-TF is developing its report, which will include:
• Assessment and prioritization of key applications and issues
impacting transition;
• Potential solutions and proposed guidelines; and
• Recommended roadmap and timing.
• The Task Force is also collecting data from relevant
industry groups.
• The Task Force will communicate its recommendations to
regulatory bodies and industry associations.
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2014
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20, 2011
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Questions?
• If you have any questions or comments, please contact:
Jackie Voss
Manager, ATIS Standards Development
jvoss@atis.org
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ATIS Board of Directors’ Meeting
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2014
October
20, 2011
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Supplemental Information
Relevant ATIS Regulatory Activity
• July 2013 – ATIS comments in response to the FCC’s Public Notice in
GN Docket No. 13-5 identifying ATIS work programs relevant to the
IP Transition.
• January 2014 – ATIS INC recommendation for mandatory nationwide
10-digit dialing and testbed input.
• March 2014 – ATIS INC input on eleven high-level functional
requirements for the numbering testbed.
• April 2014 – ATIS recommendation regarding common reference
points that need to be identified to effectively compare testbed
proposals.
• April 2014 – ATIS submission of its PSTN Transition Focus Group
Assessment and Recommendations (ATIS-I-0000034) to FCC
Technology Advisory Council to assist its IP Transition work.
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ATIS Board of Directors’ Meeting
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2014
October
20, 2011
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