IPTV in TTC

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DOCUMENT #:
GSC15-PLEN40
FOR:
Presentation
SOURCE:
TTC
AGENDA ITEM:
6.5 IPTV
CONTACT(S):
Kaoru Kenyoshi {[email protected]}
Shinji Ishii {[email protected]}
IPTV in TTC
Kaoru Kenyoshi (Presenter)
Network architecture SWG Leader
Shinji Ishii (Author)
IPTV Working Group of TTC
Global Standards Collaboration (GSC)
GSC-15
Highlight of Current Activities (1/2)
 IPTV services in FTTH environment
• Over 17 million subs. (1/3 house hold in Japan)
 http://www.soumu.go.jp/main_content/000073161.pdf (in Japanese)
 Widely spreading IPTV services in Japan
• IPTV subs.: Over 1 million
• IP multicast, retransmission of digital terrestrial in real-time, VoD,
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 Harmonized domestic specifications and international
standard; especially ITU-T
• Reporting to the MIC (governing legal authority in IPTV services)
and cooperation with domestic specifications through TTC member.
• Domestic specifications conform to ITU-T standards.
• IPTV-WG member consists of IPTV operators, Telcos, Broadcasters,
Cable standardization organizations and manufactures (network, TV sets,
etc.).
2
Highlight of Current Activities (2/2)
 IPTV Working Group
• Technological discussion and consensus of ITU-T
contributions from Japanese member
• Network Architecture SWG
 Synergy with IPTV-GSI and NGN-GSI (SG11, 13)
 Liaison with NGN Working Group in TTC
• QoE SWG
 Liaison with Network management Working Group in TTC
(SG12)
• Content protection SWG
 Content protection and Service protection excluding network
security (SG17)
• End system SWG
 Terminal equipments including Middleware, Home network
(SG9, 16)
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Strategic Direction
 IPTV market grows
steadily
Accumulated
standardization
work volume
• Development and
standardization were
achieved for basic IPTV
services
 Next: for continuous
IPTV market growth
• We need discussion of
standardization theme
for the next generation
IPTV services.
Next generation
Standardization
Stable growth
IPTV-GSI
time
FG-IPTV
now
IPTV
subs.
delay
IPTV-GSI
FG-IPTV
time
4
Challenges

IPTV-WG will consider next generation standardization
issues in step by step.
1.
Standardization for reducing cost and keeping QoS/QoE

2.
Harmonization with next generation IPTV services in Japanese
SDO, Organization and SDO.
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
3.
More efficient standardization issues in international
Next generation standardization for advanced IPTV services In ITU-T
Pick up next important standardization items
Feed back ITU-T standardization status to the MIC and TTC
member, and then
make consensus for next ITU-T meeting action plan and
contributions.
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Next Steps/Actions
 Important standardization items will be chosen
from market trends of IPTV services environment.
(plan)
• IPTV market treads and analyses of next IPTV service
in other countries
• IPTV service related infrastructure
 e.g.
• Network: NGN already widely spread in Japan
• Already started: IP retransmission of digital terrestrial in real-time
• Advanced functionality in TV sets
 3D, Network function, etc.
 Above examples are effective environment for next IPTV
services.
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Supplementary Slides
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IPTV terminal in Japan
 3 types of IPTV receiving equipments in Japan
• Include IPTV receiving terminal function in the TV set
• STB type (with HDD connectivity function)
• Include IPTV receiving terminal function in the PC
 Governmental policy in Japan
• Analog terrestrial service ends in July 2011
 Governmental “eco point” for TV sets, air conditioner, etc.
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Advanced function of TV sets
 New function in this year
• Big hit 3D movies, Live 3D broadcasting of 2010 FIFA
World Cup
 3D television, 3D Blu-ray player and 3D PC are comparatively
good sales in this year.
• Live 3D broadcasting: not only broadcasting and cable
but also IPTV
 Networked TV set and HDR (hard disk recorder)
• Anytime (time shift viewing) anywhere (any room in
home)
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