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Final Program

ITU/ITC Regional Seminar on Network Evolution to Next Generation Networks and Fixed Mobile Convergence
for CEE, CIS and Baltic States

Moscow (Russian Federation), 27-30 April 2004

 

Today’s technology savvy young person will soon be a key decision maker at home and at work. This "next generation user" is the target customer who will demand and expect multimedia services, security, personalization and mobility for enhanced productivity and user experience as normal. Next Generation Networks (NGNs) must meet the demands of these next generation users.

There are now more mobile users than fixed users. This increasing "demographic" shift requires an essential re-examination of the relationship between fixed and mobile networks. It also makes it very clear that mobility must be a core capability of the NGN.

The key objectives of this Seminar are to provide an overview of convergence in its widest sense (Telecom/IT/Broadcast), then to focus on near term convergence topics including fixed and mobile, Telecom + IT. The Seminar will include identification of directions and work topics for proceeding forward from near term convergence.

 

Day 1 - Day 2- Day 3- Day 4

Day 1 (27 April 2004)

Registration: 8:00 – 9:15 hours
09:15 – 10:00 hours

Session 1.1: Opening

Chairman: Mr. John Visser (ITU-T)

Vice-Chairmen: Mr. Riccardo Passerini (ITU-BDT), Mr. Villy Iversen (ITC)

1.1.1 Welcome address (Authority of the hosting Administration)

  • Welcome from Dr. Yuri Grin - Director-General, Department for International Cooperation, Ministry for Communications and Information of the Russian Federation
  • Welcome from Dr. Vladimir Sokolov Moscow Technical University of Communication and Informatics (MTUCI)
  • Welcome from Dr. Villy Iversen International Teletraffic Congress
  • Welcome from Mr. Nenad Stankovic

1.1.2 ITU/BDT projects of interest in the Europe and CIS Region – Mr. Nenad Stankovic (ITU-BDT)
Presentation

1.1.3 Introductory remarks/Keynote address/ITU Structure - Mr. John Visser (ITU-T)
Abstract Short Bio - Presentation

Coffee break: 10:00 – 10:30 hours
10:30 - 12:30 hours

Session 1.2: International framework

1.2.1 ITU-T: ITU Activities on NGN - Mrs. Tatiana Kurakova (ITU-T)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

1.2.2 ITU-R: Mobile convergence issues - Mr. Colin Langtry (ITU-R)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

1.2.3 ITU-D: Regulating Convergence: the ITU-D activities - Mr. Fabrizio Savi (Telecom Italia, Chairman of the Project Group on ITU-D Q. 10-1/1)
Abstract- Short Bio - Presentation

1.2.4 TISPAN: Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking – Alain Le Roux (France Telecom, TISPAN Chairman); presented by John Visser
Abstract - Presentation

Lunch Break: 12:30 - 14:00 hours
14:00 - 16:00 hours

Session 1.3: Network Evolution to NGN and Convergence

1.3.1 Migration from TDM to NGN – Mr. Michael Sakharov (ICN Department, Siemens Ltd., Russia)
AbstractShort Bio Presentation

1.3.2 Mobile Network Evolution to NGN - Mr. John Visser (Nortel Networks)
Abstract - Presentation

1.3.3 Mobile Network Evolution to NGN - Mr. Roland Thies (Alcatel, France)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

Coffee break: 16:00 – 16:30 hours
16:30 - 18:30 hours

Session 1.4a: Network Evolution to NGN

1.4.1 Signalling protocols for NGN – Mr. Riccardo Passerini (ITU-BDT)
AbstractShort Bio - Presentation

1.4.2 Signalling Network Planning with the CASCAD Tool – Mr. Alexey Chukarin & Mr. Kostantin Samouylov (People’s Friendship University of Russia, Moscow)
Abstract - Short Bios Presentation

1.4.3 Parlay Architecture and NGN – Mr. Manfred Schneps-Schneppe (Professor Dr, CEO AbavaNet, Moscow, Russia)
Abstract - Short Bio Presentation

1.4.4 PSTN network consolidation based on NGN technology – Mr. Alexei Shalaginov (Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd, Moscow, Russia)
Abstract - Short Bio Presentation

 

 

Day 1 - Day 2- Day 3- Day 4

Day 2 (28 April 2004)

9:30 – 10:30 hours

Session 2.1a : Network Evolution to NGN – Services and Traffic Engineering

2.1.1 Evolution on Network Technologies and its Impact on Traffic Engineering – Mr. P.J. Kuehn (Professor University of Stuttgart, ITC Chairman)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

2.1.2 Modelling issues of integrating services in Next Generation Networks – Mr. Sergey Stepanov (Russian Academy of Sciences) & Mr. Villy Iversen (Professor Technical University of Denmark. ITC Vice-Chairman)
Abstract- Short Bios - Presentation

Coffee break: 10:30 – 11:00 hours
11:00 – 12:30 hours

Session 2.1b: Network Evolution to NGN – Services and Traffic Engineering

2.1.3 Service Level Agreement (SLA) and Global QoS index for 3G networks - Mr. Villy Iversen (Professor Technical University of Denmark. ITC Vice-Chairman & Mr. Manfred Schneps-Schneppe (Professor Dr, CEO AbavaNet, Moscow, Russia)
AbstractShort Bios - Presentation

2.1.4 Case Study: planning of different broadband solutions in the last mile for urban and suburban areas – Mr. Ignat Stanev (Senior Research Associate, Chairman ITC Committee 3, Bulgaria)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

Lunch Break: 12:30 - 14:00 hours
14:00 – 16:00 hours

Session 2.2: Convergenced Networks

2.2.1. Shaping the Future: Converged Networks – Mr. John Visser (ITU-T)
Abstract - Presentation

2.2.2 UMTS and DVB-T Service Convergence for interactive delivery services – Mr. Bosco Fernandes (UMTS Forum); presented by representative of Siemens, Moscow
AbstractShort Bio - Presentation

2.2.3 Radio Network Design and Convergence between Mobile and Broadcast for Next Generation Networks - Mr. Roland G÷tz (LStelcom)
AbstractShort Bio - Presentation

Coffee break: 16:00 - 16:30 hours

 

Day 1 - Day 2- Day 3- Day 4

Day 3 (29 April 2004)

9:00 – 10:30 hours

Session 3.1: Operational Aspects of Convergence

3.1.1 Opportunities for Convergence – the co-operative approach – Mr. Uwe Herzog (Program Manager, Eurescom)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

3.1.2 Convergence Strategy for a Universal Operator and role of Business Planning – Mr. Oscar Gonzalez Soto (Network and Business Planning Expert, Spain)
Abstract - Short Bio Presentation

3.1.3 The new Italian Code for electronic communications: a technologically neutral solution - Mr. Fabrizio Savi (Telecom Italia)
Abstract Presentation

Coffee break: 10:30 - 11:00 hours
11:00 – 13:00 hours

Session 3.2: Regulatory Aspects of Convergence

3.2.1 EU – Regulatory Framework for Electronic Communications – Mrs. Marianne Rogeberg (National Expert, European Commission, DG Information Society)
Abstract - Short Bio- Presentation

3.2.2 Fixed Mobile Convergence – Regulator’s response – Mrs. Ursula Lochmann (Detecon International, Germany)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

3.2.3 Case Study: The EU’s new Regulatory Framework as a model for Convergence – Mrs. Sofie Maddens Toscano (Regulatory and Policy Expert in the telecommunications, Portugal)
Abstract - Short BioPresentation

3.2.4 Unified Licensing Regime in India - Ms. Sapna Sharma (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

Lunch Break: 13:00 - 14:00 hours
14:00 – 15:30 hours

Session 3.3a: Fixed Mobile Convergence

3.3.1 Trend for Fixed and Mobile users growth based on Statistics data for ICT Indicators - Mr. Ignat Stanev (Senior Research Associate, Chairman ITC committee 3, Bulgaria)
Abstract - Presentation

3.3.2 Mobile 2G/3G networks: a Universal Communication and Service solution – Roland Thies (Alcatel, France)
Abstract - Presentation

Coffee break: 15:30 - 16:00 hours
16:00 – 17:30 hours

Session 3.3b: Fixed Mobile Convergence

3.3.3 GPRS roaming network evolution to NGN – Mrs. Vera Derzhavina (General member of Scientific Staff, LONIIS, St. Petersburg, Russia – presenter & Mr. Sergei Brusilovsky (Deputy Director on Science, LONIIS, St Petersburg, Russia)
Abstract - Short Bios - Presentation

3.3.4 Mobile Next Generation Network – Mr. Alexey Podryabinnikov (Siemens, Russia)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

 

Day 1 - Day 2- Day 3- Day 4

Day 4 (30 April 2004)

9:00 – 10:30 hours

Session 4.1: Fixed Mobile Convergence

4.1.1 3G/UMTS – An evolutionary path to Next Generation Networks – Mr. Torsten Soltmann (UMTS Forum manufacturers Group)
Abstract - Short Bio - Presentation

4.1.2 Convergence: Commercial Deployment of Wireless Systems – Mr. Tom Wasilewski (Senior Director, QUALCOMM Incorporated); presented by Mr. Mikhail Krylov (QUALCOMM, Russia)
Abstract - Short Bio Presentation

Coffee break: 10:30 - 11:00 hours
11:00 – 13:00 hours

Session 4.2: Seminar Feedback and Conclusions

4.2.1 Participants' feedback per country (HoD of each participating country)

4.2.2 Conclusions and closing remarks - Mr. John Visser (ITU)
Abstract - Presentation

 

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