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ITU-T Workshop on NGN in collaboration with IETF

Programme

1 May 2005, Day 1
09:15 – 09:30Opening Session

Mr Houlin ZHAO, Director of Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, ITU [CV | Speech]
Mr Brian MOORE, Chairman of ITU-T SG 13 (NGN) [CV]
Mr Brian CARPENTER, Chairman of IETF [CV | Presentation]
09:30 – 11:00Session 1: Requirements and Functional Architecture

Objective:
This session will concentrate on User, Service and Transport Requirements for NGN. The session will provide an overview of the current strategic direction of the ITU NGN activity and the IETF direction and positioning of global Internet standards. The applicable functional and structural architectures being developed by the two SDOs will be reviewed.

Co-chairmen:
(ITU-T) Mr Dick KNIGHT, BT [CV]
(IETF) Mr Dave MEYER, Cisco Systems [CV]

9:30 – 10:30 Presentations 
(ITU-T) Mr Keith KNIGHTSON, Industry Canada [CV
[Presentation] Basic NGN Architecture Principles and Issues

(IETF) Mr Dave MEYER, Cisco Systems [CV] 
[Presentation] A Brief Overview of the IETF and the Internet Architecture: Past, Present and Future

Discussion Topics: Mr Dick KNIGHT, BT & Mr David MEYER, Cisco Systems

10:30 – 11:00 Discussion
C  O  F  F  E  E       B  R  E  A  K  (sponsored by Cisco Systems)
11:30 - 13:00 Session 2:  Nomadicity & Mobility

Objective: 
Nomadicity and mobility cover a wide range of user scenarios, and are perceived in different ways depending on the background of the individual. This session aims to promote common understanding and solutions through examining different types of mobility and nomadicity and their associated requirements. Architecture models to support the various functions for the management of mobility and nomadicity will be identified and discussed. The impact of mobility and nomadicity in the realization of Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) will also be considered.

Co-chairmen: 
(ITU-T) Mr Naotaka MORITA, NTT [CV]
(IETF) Mr Scott BRADNER, Harvard University [CV]

11:30 – 12:30 Presentations 
(ITU-T) Mr Kirit LATHIA, Siemens [CV] 
[Presentation] Mobility vs Nomadicity:  IETF protocols for Mobile Communications

(IETF) Mr Ted HARDIE, Qualcomm [CV] 
[Presentation] Overflight of IETF work enabling Mobility and Nomadicity: The view from 10km

(ITU-T) Mr Bao Feng ZHANG, Huawei Technologies [CV
[Presentation] Fix Mobile Convergence’s Standardization

(IETF) Mr Hannes TSCHOFENIG, Siemens [CV] 
[Presentation] Geographical Location and Privacy at the IETF

12:30 – 13:00 Discussion

13:00 Presentation by the sponsor:
Mr Jeffrey SPAGNOLA, Vice President of Worldwide Service Provider Marketing, Cisco Systems, [CV]
[Presentation] Cisco and the Service Provider IP NGN Journey


 
L  U  N  C  H     B R E A K  (sponsored by Cisco Systems)


14:30 - 16:00 Session 3: QoS, Control & Signaling capabilities

Objective: 
NGN is intended to provide a measurable QoS assurance environment for customers, network operators and service providers for a range of applications, from non-realtime to realtime, from single medium to multiple medium. NGN is designed to provide QoS support to the customer end to end despite the diversity of end-to-end paths due to considerations such as varying infrastructure technologies, multiple operator domains and vastly different QoS capabilities in endpoints. The session will address requirements, architectures, control and signal capabilities for enabling end-to-end QoS. Among architectural issues for discussion, one in particular will be the need for an inter-provider NNI in relation to QoS.

Co-chairmen: 
(ITU-T) Mr Neal SEITZ, Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS) [CV]
(IETF) Ms Allison MANKIN, Shinkuro Inc. [CV]

14:30 – 15:30 Presentations
(ITU-T) Ms Hui-Lan LU, Lucent Technologies [CV
[Presentation] Quality of Service Standardization for Next Generation Networks

(IETF) Ms Allison MANKIN, Shinkuro Inc. [CV
[Presentation] Overview of IETF QoS

(ITU-T) Mr Keith MAINWARING, Cisco Systems [CV] 
[Presentation] NGN Focus Group Activities Resource and Admission Control

(IETF) Mr Hannes TSCHOFENIG, Siemens [CV] 
[Presentation] Next Steps in Signalling (NSIS) QoS Applications

15:30 – 16:00 Discussion
C  O  F  F  E  E       B  R  E  A  K  (sponsored by Cisco Systems)
16:30-18:00Session 4: Network Management

Objective: 
This session will discuss the principles, architecture, requirements, information models, and protocols to support the communication of NGN management information across interfaces between NGN elements and NGN-related management systems and also interfaces between NGN-related management systems. For this purpose, activities currently underway in SG 4, the SG 4-sponsored NGN Management Focus Group, and partner organizations, including the IETF, will be summarized. Among topics to be discussed are management business processes, security of management, and NGN management principles.

Co-chairmen: 
(ITU-T) Mr Dave SIDOR, Nortel Networks [CV]
(IETF) Mr Bert WIJNEN, Lucent Technologies [CV]

16:30 – 17:30 Presentations
(ITU-T) Mr Dave SIDOR, Nortel Networks [CV
[Presentation] ITU-T Overview of NGN Management

(IETF) Mr Bert WIJNEN, Lucent Technologies [CV] 
[Presentation] Overview of IETF Network Management Activities

(ITU-T) Mr Leen MAK, Lucent Technologies [CV
[Presentation] NGN Management - En route to Convergence

17:30 – 18:00 Discussion
 
 
2 May 2005, Day 2
09:00 - 10:30Session 5: Security Capabilities

Objective: 
This session will concentrate on the security-related aspects pertinent to NGN networks. The major goal of this work is harmonization of the approaches taken by 3G partnerships and the IETF and their systematic application to NGN and, ultimately, the selection of the existing protocols and their options as guided by the ITU-T Recommendation X.805. Among the key matters presently identified are key distribution, SIP end-to-end security, NAT traversal, end-user identity and authentication, privacy and security management.

Co-chairmen: 
(ITU-T) Mr Igor FAYNBERG, Lucent Technologies [CV]
(IETF) Mr Jon PETERSON, Neustar [CV]

09:00 – 10:00 Presentations 
(ITU-T) Mr Zachary Zelstan, Lucent Technologies [CV] 
[Presentation] ITU-T Recommendation X.805 and its application to NGN

(IETF) Mr Russ HOUSLEY, Vigil Security [CV] 
[Presentation] IETF Security Overview

(ITU-T) Mr Jiashun TU, ZTE [CV
[Presentation] Next Generation Network Security (Direction and Status of FG NGN Work)

(IETF) Mr Jon PETERSON, Neustar [CV] 
[Presentation] Securing Real-Time Communications

10:00 – 10:30 Discussion
C  O  F  F  E  E       B  R  E  A  K
11:00 - 12:30Session 6: Evolution

Objective: 
This session will consider the appropriate migration and interworking strategies for existing networks and services. Particular attention will be paid to the results from NGN Focus Group on several evolutionary steps, scenarios and milestones, as well as review of other networking, service and application evolutions in progress today. The session will also consider the technological developments impacting on NGN evolution and will examine various interworking functions and their implementation requirement.

Co-chairmen: 
(ITU-T) Mr Keith DICKERSON, BT [CV]
(IETF) Ms Leslie DAIGLE, Verisign [CV]

11:00 – 12:00 Presentations 
(ITU-T) Mr Ghassem KOLEYNI, Nortel Networks [CV
[Presentation] Evolution to NGN

(IETF) Ms Leslie DAIGLE, Verisign [CV
[Presentation] Macrocosm and Microcosm of Internetwork Evolution

(ITU-T) Mr Keith DICKERSON, BT [CV
[Presentation] The Future Packet-Based Network (FPBN) – Issues & Questions

(IETF) Mr Gonzalo CAMARILLO, Ericsson [CV
[Presentation] SIP Evolution
12:30 - 13:00 Wrap-up [Highlights and Conclusions]

Objective: 
This session will draw together the key conclusions from the sessions and identify areas for follow-up actions.

Co-chairmen: 
(ITU-T) Mr Chae-Sub LEE, ETRI [CV
(IETF) Mr Brian CARPENTER, IBM [CV]

 

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