GTSC-6 Summary Report Wayne Zeuch, GTSC-6 Chair Nicole Butler, ATIS Staff DOCUMENT #:

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DOCUMENT #:
GSC13-CL-04
FOR:
Presentation
SOURCE:
ATIS
AGENDA ITEM:
3.3
CONTACT(S):
Nicole Butler ([email protected])
GTSC-6 Summary Report
Wayne Zeuch, GTSC-6 Chair
Nicole Butler, ATIS Staff
Submission Date:
July 16, 2008
Meeting Overview
• 45 attendees
• 22 input documents
• Three (3) High Interest Subject panel sessions
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Meeting Overview (2)
• High Interest Subjects (Panel Sessions)
– NGN – General (ETSI)
– Cybersecurity (ATIS)
– Home Networking (ITU)
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GTSC-5 Overview
• Presentations
– Presentation of GTSC-5 Summary Report (GSC13-GTSC6-17)
• Summary
– TTC was thanked for their presentation of this report
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NGN – General (ETSI)
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GTSC6-02R2, -04, -11, -22; (-14 and -15 for
information)
• Summary
– Efforts are underway towards coordinating all the NGN work across
numerous SDOs and close collaboration needs to be continued.
– Work is occurring to apply NGN Standards to support various expanded
services to meet user ambitions and service/network providers business
plans.
– Technical standards for NGN interconnection of services must be available in
a timely manner.
– Gap analysis and top-down approaches may be useful to help advance work
in NGN.
• Resolution
– A drafting group was charged with revising the Resolution regarding Next
Generation Networks (NGN) starting with the baseline text contained in
GSC13-GTSC6-04. Following review, the revisions submitted by ETSI were
approved by GTSC-6 as the Resolution to be submitted to the closing plenary
for GSC approval.
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Cybersecurity (ATIS)
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GTSC6-05, -07, -12 (-18 for information)
• Summary
– It was noted that Cybersecurity is currently one of the top priorities in the ITU.
– It is essential to have effective cooperation and collaboration across the
many standards bodies doing Cybersecurity work.
– It is a considerable challenge to address security to enhance trust and
confidence of users in networks, applications, and services.
– Security solutions have an impact on delay and performance and this
challenge must be met to meet user expectations.
– Cybersecurity is a key element in the work on NGN.
• Resolution
– A drafting group was charged with revising the Resolution regarding
Cybersecurity starting with the baseline text contained in GSC13-GTSC612a1. Following review, the text in GSC-13-GTSC6-12a1 was approved by
GTSC-6 as the Resolution to be submitted to the closing plenary for GSC
approval.
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Home Networking (ITU)
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GTSC6-06, -09, -13, -16R1, -20R1 (-08, -19 for information)
• Summary
– Home Networking is considered to have a high impact on end-to-end QoS/QoE
management. Different network technologies have different QoS/QoE classes,
performance parameters, and performance objectives that need specific standards
developed.
– There is currently a gap between the formal responsibility of providers and the
customers’ expectation of QoS and QoE; it will be necessary for standards developers
to work together to minimize this gap.
– It may be necessary to examine several use cases in order to determine standards to
provide QoS/QoE.
– It is critical to enable the delivery of a high quality user experience in a dynamic device
and service rich environment.
– There is current work occurring on the guidelines for the implementation of security
mechanisms in customer networks.
– PSOs are invited to support usable residential networking guidance towards users
including a greener approach.
• Resolutions
– The existing Resolution, GSC12-20, regarding Home Networking was revised via live
edits and the document as revised was approved by GTSC-6 as the Resolution to be
submitted to the closing plenary for GSC approval.
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Resolutions
• Output Resolutions for the Closing
– Revision of Next Generation Networks - GSC-13/10
– Revision of Cybersecurity - GSC-13/11
– Revision of Home Networking - GSC-13/12
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WTSA-2008
• The ITU-T Overview was presented in contribution GSC13GTSC6-10R1.
– ITU-T was thanked for providing this input.
– It was noted that the ITU-T is likely to provide future
recommendations towards conformance and interoperability testing.
• GSC13-GTSC6-21 was provided for information as a contribution
to WTSA-2008.
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