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INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION
FOCUS GROUP ON FUTURE
NETWORKS
TELECOMMUNICATION
STANDARDIZATION SECTOR
FG-FN OD-42
Original: English
STUDY PERIOD 2009-2012
Question(s):
QALL/13
Geneva, Switzerland, 19-30 April 2010
OUTPUT DOCUMENT 42
Source:
FG-FN Chairman
Title:
Report on FG-FN Activities and Proposals
Summary
This report documents the results of ITU-T’s Focus Group on Future Networks (FG-FN) by
summarizing FG-FN activities since its first meeting in June 2009. It also provides proposals
for future FG-FN activities from April 2010.
Contact:
Takashi Egawa
Email: [email protected]
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Report on FG-FN Activities and Proposals
CONTENTS
1.
Scope ............................................................................................................................ 3
2.
Purpose and Objectives ................................................................................................ 3
3.
References .................................................................................................................... 3
4.
Abbreviations and Acronyms ....................................................................................... 4
5.
Key summary of Activities ........................................................................................... 5
5.1.
FG-FN Management ..................................................................................................... 5
5.2.
Methodology................................................................................................................. 5
5.3.
Summary of FG Meetings ............................................................................................ 7
5.4.
Accomplishments ......................................................................................................... 10
5.4.1. Diversity of Participants ................................................................................. 10
5.4.2. Key findings ................................................................................................... 10
5.4.3. Focus Group Deliverable Reports .................................................................. 11
6.
Proposals on future Activities....................................................................................... 12
6.1.
Proposed Milestones....................................................................................... Error! Bookmar
7.
Conclusions .................................................................................................................. 13
8.
Appendix I Participation information ........................................................................... 13
9.
Appendix II List of contributions for all meetings ..................................................... 17
10.
Appendix III List of FG documents ............................................................................. 20
1. Scope
This report documents the results of ITU-T Focus Group on Future Networks (FGFN), summarizing FG-FN activities since its first meeting in June 2009. It also
provides proposals for future FG-FN activities from April 2010.
2. Purpose and Objectives
According to the decision by WTSA-08 at Johannesburg, the title of SG13 in the
new study period (2009-2012) is “Future Networks including Mobile and NGN”
reflecting the importance of “Future Networks” agreed by WTSA -08. It means that
the SG13 has a leading role to investigate the issue on Future Networks in the new
study period. In particular, a new Question on Future Networks has been approved as
Q.21/13.
Future Networks have become a part of global agenda through lots of research
activities such as IRTF (International), GENI/FIND (US), FP7/FIRE (EU), CNGI
(China), AKARI/NwGN (Japan), FIF (Korea) as well as standardization works in
ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6. The academic community expressed their strong interest in
collaborating with the ITU-T on this subject during the last ITU-T Kaleidoscope
event in May 2008. However, it is understood all these activities are in their early
stage of investigation. Taking into consideration the importance of global
connectivity and interoperability between devi ces, networks, services and
applications, global harmonization between these different activities are extremely
important and necessary to build up globally interoperable future ICT
infrastructures.
ITU-T SG13 envisions that the role of the Focus Group will involve interaction with
these various research activities, and familiarize ITU-T and standardization
communities with emerging attributes of future networks.
Having this in mind, at January 2009 meeting SG13 established the Focus Group to
document results that would be helpful for developing Recommendations for future networks.
To achieve this objective the Focus Group was mandated to

gather new ideas relevant to Future Networks and identify potential study areas on
Future Networks,

describe visions of the Future Networks,

identify a timeframe of Future Networks,

identify potential impacts on standards development, and

suggest future ITU-T study items and related actions.
3. References
Terms of Reference
[TD27r1(PLEN/13)] Rapporteur Q.21/13, Focus Group on Future Networks (FG-FN); Terms
of Reference
Meeting Reports
[TD 31 (WP 5/13)] Chairman, ITU-T FG FN, Report of 1st Meeting Focus Group on Future
Networks (FG-FN)
[FG-FN OD-13] Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, Meeting Report of the 2nd FG-FN
[FG-FN OD-23] Acting Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, Meeting Report of the 3rd FG-FN
[FG-FN OD-32] Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, Meeting Report of the 4th FG-FN
Deliverables
[TD 115 (PLEN/13)] Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, Report on FG-FN Activities and Proposals
[TD 67 (WP5/13)] Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, vision
[TD 135 (GEN/13)] Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, terminology
[TD 68 (WP5/13)] Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, virtualization
[TD 69 (WP5/13)] Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, identifier
[TD 70 (WP5/13)] Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, energy savings
[TD 71 (WP5/13)] Chairman of ITU-T FG-FN, project descriptions
4. Abbreviations and Acronyms
FG – Focus Group
FN – Future Networks
ICT – Information and Communications Technology
ITU-T – International Telecommunication Union – Standardization Sector
NGN – Next Generation Network
SDO – Standards Development Organization
SG – Study Group
TD – Temporary Document
TOR – Terms of Reference
TSAG – Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group
TSB – Telecommunication Standardization Bureau
5. Key summary of Activities
FG-FN was established at January 2009 SG13 meeting under ITU-T A.7 guidelines. Under
the chairperson and two vice-chairpersons, it had its first kick-off meeting in June 2009,
and four face-to-face meetings including the kick-off. Since it was very important to
collaborate with academics, FG meeting was held by visiting various future network
events in all over the world, i.e., Europe, North America and Asia. Through this activity
various information were collected as verbal information as well as written contributions
[see contribution list in Appendix 2]. They are recorded in uniform format as project
descriptions.
On this information FG is now developing consolidated vision document and three
documents on key technology area, network virtualization, identification a nd energy
savings of networks. FG found that new requirements such as even more dynamic, smart
and flexible network management is becoming important. Some argue this is a mighty
driving force of network virtualization, and this can also be important for th e second new
requirements, sustainability such as energy savings. These emerging requirements can be
as important as, or sometimes even more important than, traditional requirements such as
reliability.
Besides the project descriptions and the four documents (consolidated vision and three
specific areas) mentioned above, FG has developed t wo documents, report on activities
and proposals document (this document) and terminology. These seven documents have
been submitted to April 2010 SG13 meeting for consideration.
5.1.
FG-FN Management
FG was organized as a single entity and did not establish internal groups, e.g., working groups.
All the activities were managed by the Chairperson, Mr. Naotaka Morita (NTT, Japan) and two
vice-chairpersons, Mr. Hyoung-Jun Kim (ETRI, Korea) and Prof. Alex Galis (UCL, UK). However,
because of the health problem of Mr. Morita, Mr. Takashi Egawa (NEC, Japan) became the acting
chairperson at the 3rd Geneva meeting and took over the chairmanship from 4th Tokyo meeting.
5.2.
Methodology
The FG work required broad survey of academic/industry activities, and broad
participation from such activities as well as ITU-T members. To this end FG decided to
have four F2F meetings by visiting various research activity events all over the world. The
first meeting was with European project FIRE in Lulea, Sweden. The second meeting was
with GENI in Salt Lake, USA. The third meeting was with NGN -GSI in Geneva,
Switzerland. The fourth was with Future Network Testbed symposium in Tokyo, Japan.
The FG-FN was open to all ITU-T Member States, Sector Members and Associates as well
as any other universities, academic institutes, consortia, standards bodies and individuals.
Figure 1 depicts the timeline for the FG-FN.
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Year 2009
1
SG13/
NGN-GSI
Year 2010
4
X
1/12-23
SG13
Geneva
FG set up
X
5/11-22
NGN-GSI
Geneva
X
4/28-30
TSAG
7
10
X
9/2-12
SG13
Argentina
X
7/14-17
GSC
preparation
X
3/3 EC FIRE
3/31 GENI
X
5/11-13
FIA
Prague
1
4
7
X
X
Jan.
April
NGN-GSI SG13
X
Jan.
SG13
X
Feb.
TSAG
FG on future networks
X
FG-FN#1
6/29-7/3
Lulea
/w FIRE
10
X
Sept.
NGN-GSI
X
FG-FN#2
11/16-20
Salt lake
/w GENI
X
FG-FN#3
1/25-29
Geneva
X
FG-FN#4
3/29-4/2
Tokyo
Phase 2?
X
FG-FN#5
6/14-18?
Florence?
Note: meetings in italic are not yet determined.
Figure 1: FG-FN Meeting Schedule
As described in Figure 2, FG-FN developed these documents in a different way from
common methodology in standardization. In Common method use cases and scenarios are
collected, and in stage 1 requirements are described, in stage 2 architecture, and in stage 3
protocol. But in FG-FN where novel technologies are one of the key driver of this activity,
FG did its discussion and documentation in two ways. One is bottom -up approach in wich
FG collected the information of future network related activities, identified research areas
that may become key enabler/driver of future networks, and developed consolidated vision.
The other is top-down approach in which FG tried to describe the vision first by analyzing
social requirements.
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Consolidated
vision
Network
virtualization
Collection of
Collection of
project
Collection of
project
descriptions
project
descriptions
descriptions
Identification
Collection of
Collection of
project
Collection of
project
descriptions
project
descriptions
descriptions
Vision (OD-36)
Energy
savings of
networks
Collection of
Collection of
project
Collection of
project
descriptions
project
descriptions
descriptions
Technology description
on each areas
(OD-38, 39, 40)
Future Network related
activity information
(OD-41)
Figure 2: methodology to develop documents such as visions
5.3.
Summary of FG Meetings
The following is a brief summary of the four FG-FN face-to-face meetings.

The First FG-FN meeting (OD-01)
o Framework of existing research activities in China, Europe, Korea, and Japan
were introduced. Framework of other regions’ activities should be taken into
account. Further inputs are expected.
o Two deliverables were identified to be produced by FG-FN, which are 1) Future
Networks: vision, concept, and requirements (Agreed scope and table of
contents were in FGFN-OD-05, editors are Myung-Ki Shin, ETRI and Daisuke
Matsubara, Hitachi) and 2) framework of network virtualization (title only,
editor is Sangjin Jeoung, ETRI).
o Based on contributions, initial thoughts on the design of future networks, i.e.,
concept, key characteristics, and requirements of Future Networks were
collected and published in FGFN-OD-06.
o Eleven technical inputs were summarized in “project description format,” which
are given in FGFN-OD-07. More inputs are expected to formulate specific
technology areas. The project description template is given in FGFN -OD-08.
o In order to create a useful and convincing Future Network vision, the meeting
agreed to review ongoing research activities from specific viewpoints of
technology in parallel with concept discussion.
o Target time frame of Future Networks to be dealt with by FGFN was clarified.
There was common understanding that the estimated target date for prototyping
and phased deployment of Future Networks should roughly fall between 2015
and 2020. This estimate is based on two factors: First, the status of current and
evolving technologies that would be employed in the experimentation and
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development of FNs as presented by contributions to the Focus Group meeting.
Second, any novel development that might take place well beyond that estimate
is too speculative and is outside the mandate of this focus group.
o Working method of FG-FN was agreed, which is given in FGFN-OD-09.
o Chairman proposed tentative meeting plan, candidate tasks, and document
structure of FGFN. The meeting agreed to follow the proposals, which are given
in FGFN-OD-11.
o A vice chairman, Mr. Hyoung Jun KIM, ETRI Korea, was appointed. Further
volunteers for vice chairman are expected.
o Chairman was suggested to continue collocation meetings with existi ng research
organizations.
o Two draft Recommendations which had been produced by Q.21 were raised for
information. Since FGFN agreed to contribute Q.21 work in a comprehensive
manner, FGFN believed that Q.21 should wait for FGFN inputs before further
advancing the work on two drafts by freezing the editing process.
o Liaison statements were produced to reply to incoming liaison queries including
ones previously received by SG13 on the matter of FGFN. They are given in
FGFN-OD-10.
o Thanks to the local supporters, FGFN participants joined FIRE –living lab
events in the same week.
o The FIRE - FGFN joint meeting was held in the morning of 2 July 2009.
Fabrizio Sestini, EC, DG INFSO and Naotaka Morita, chairman of FGFN
chaired the meeting. The agenda is given in FGFN-TD-05. Documents are given
in FGFN-TD-09. Chairman of FGFN made three presentations and FIRE experts
made three presentations. Experts on both sides exchanged their views including
mutual possible benefit of collaboration. Although the meeting did not ide ntify
any urgent need for ITU-T standardization with regard to FIRE activities, the
meeting agreed to continue information exchange and collaboration.

The second FG-FN meeting (OD-13)
o Participating in and gaining information about the 6th Global Environmen t for
Network Innovations (GENI) Conference (GEC6) thanks to the understanding of
the GENI Project Office (GPO).
o Clarifying the scope of Future Networks by confirming the target timeframe,
clarifying the baseline of the study, and describing the relationsh ip with legacy
networks. The agreed text is given in the “vision” document in OD -16. The
meeting also agreed to consider materials, which are packed in OD -16, as
candidates to be incorporated into the “vision” document. OD -06, which was
compiled at the last meeting, also contains candidate materials. Experts will
discuss the document structure and possible content of the “vision” document
via e-mail to settle the issue at the next meeting in January 2010 in Geneva.
o Developing the first framework document of a potential new study area, which
is on network virtualization, with the definition of terminology, initiation of
architectural discussion, and implementation examples. The draft is given in
OD-17.
o Initiating investigation of two new study areas: identifiers related to Future
Networks and their processes, and technologies of energy saving networks. They
are given in OD-18 and OD-19, respectively.
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o Collecting six new project descriptions and relevant forums and organization
information, which are given in OD-20 and OD-21.
o Reviewing Future Network activities such as the Future Internet Design (FIND)
project sponsored by the US National Science Foundation (NSF), emerging
virtual network research of the IRTF, EU FP7 Management and Service -aware
Networking Architectures (MANA) group, and the ETSI ISG Autonomic/SelfManaging Multi-Service Future Networks (AFI) group.
o Nominating a new vice chairman, Professor Alex Galis of University College
London (UCL).
o Establishing future meeting schedules. The third meeting is 26-28 January 2010
in Geneva, Switzerland. The fourth meeting is tentatively announced as 29
March – 2 April 2010 in Tokyo, Japan.

The third FG-FN meeting (OD-23)
o An analysis of various visions was presented as huge step forward in direction
of description of motivation and vision in FNVision document, where also new
table of content was agreed.
o Based on contributions attributes, problem space, and some use cases was
explored on network virtualization. Some fundamental questions were raised
from network management point of view and the necessity to explore the issue
was recognized.
o By introducing materials on introduction, capabilities etc., the image of energy
savings of networks was clarified.
o TDs of a SG13 rapporteur stimulated a discussion on the meanin g of clean-slate.
It was noted that there are issues that cannot, need not, or virtually impossible
to change in future networks, and it was agreed to develop a short list of
questions/issues that clarifies the problem, what are the trials in the past and
what are the pros and cons of them.
o Collecting of one new project descriptions which is given in OD -30.
o New vice chairman, Professor Alex Galis of University College London (UCL)
attend the meeting. The announcement was made at the SG13 plenary on
January 29, 2010.
o Established the next meeting schedule. The fourth meeting is in 29 March – 2
April 2010 in Tokyo, Japan.

The fourth FG-FN meeting (OD-32)
o It was agreed to propose to April SG13 meeting to extend FG lifespan for 12
month, that is, until June 2011, based on the recognition that it is necessary to
review the information collected and to document integrated vision, and to assist
ITU-T continue to be a focal point of future network standardization.
o Based on the contributions and discussions based on the summary of FGFN
mailing list discussions, the meeting understood that candidate concept such as
even more dynamic, smart and flexible network management (which can be the
justification of network virtualization) and sustainability such as energy savin gs
are emerging as important requirements of telecommunication networks. They
were recognized as important candidates for the update of FN vision document,
and based on the discussion on other contributions the document was improved.
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o During the meeting, the definition of network virtualization was revised in order
to provide bridge between network virtualization technology and other emerging
services, such as cloud computing. Also, uses cases based on mobility
perspective were investigated and incorporated into the framework document.By
analysing the IP address scheme in mobile environment, a set of requirements
for future networks was added to identification document.
o Based on contributions, descriptions and categorization of current energy saving
technologies for networks, and possible future technologies were added to
FNenergy document.
o It was agreed to develop terminology document by collecting definitions from
other FG-FN documents.
o Collected one new project description, MOFI, which is given in OD -41.
o It was announced that the Chairman, Mr. Naotaka Morita (NTT, Japan) steps
down because of his health problem. The meeting agreed that Mr. Takashi
Egawa (NEC, Japan) takes over the chairmanship.
o It was agreed to try to have a co-located meeting with FP7 event in June 14-18
in Florence, Italy. Backup is the same time period but in Geneva.
In addition intensive discussion was held on the mailing list of FG ( [email protected] ).
5.4.
Accomplishments
5.4.1.
Diversity of Participants
The FG attracted a number of FN experts from various researchers in communications
sectors and engaged with a worldwide array of FN forums. FG also visited various
activities and collected information. The work resulted in establishing productive and
continuing collaboration with various. As for the research activities FG collected
information from European, US, Brazil, China, Japan, Korean activities. FG also
established relationship with SDOs, ISO/IEC JCT1 SC6 and ETSI/ISG AFI. In particular
JTC1 SC6 regularly participated our activity in person.
These relationships, many of which have not previously been involved with ITU -T, proved
invaluable in progressing the FN work and established new relationships for ITU-T’s FN
standardization work.
Refer to Appendix I for participation diversity.
5.4.2.
Key findings
This paragraph needs to update to align vision document.
FG learned that new requirements for telecommunications are emerging. Even more dynamic, smart
and flexible network management is becoming important, which can become a mighty driving force
of network virtualization technology through virtualizing various system resources. Some
participants argue that this will become important in future ICT system where computing and
telecommunications are tightly coupled, though FG has not yet reached its consensus. This
requirement can also become important to realize the second new requirement, sustainability such
as energy savings of networks themselves or carbon-free operation. Traditional requirements such
as reliability will be important in future networks, but FG found that such new requirements may
have the same, sometimes even more, importance in future networks.
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FG carefully defined the concept of network virtualization and investigated how to realize emerging
services by using network virtualization. It has reached rough consensus that network virtualization
is an important technology for designing, developing, and evaluating the innovative core
technologies for Future Networks.
Can we add some ‘key findings’ on identification and energy savings?
5.4.3.
Focus Group Deliverable Reports
The FG-FN reports/deliverables were highly ambitious in the sense that they try to collect
wide variety of information, to review and to aggregate them and to describe the impact of
them on ITU-T standardization activities. The material contained in the series of six
reports provides an excellent foundation for the FG deliverables, in particular in the area
of vision and concepts of Future Networks. However, further work is needed before the
full objectives of the FG are met, and the results can be effectively transferred to SG 13
and other ITU-T Study Groups for further consideration.
A summary of the FG-FN deliverable reports are shown in Table 1.
Table 1: Deliverable Reports Summary
FG-FN #
SG13 #
Report Title
Report Summary
OD-36
TD 67
(WP5/13)
Future Network (FN):
vision, and concepts
Describes why future networks are
necessary, what will future
networks be, the design goal, and
the candidate technologies
OD-37
TD 135
(GEN/13)
Terminology in Future
Networks
Provides collection of terminology
defined in other FG deliverables
OD-38
TD 68
(WP5/13)
Framework of Network
Virtualization
Provides definition, attributes,
overview, applicability, problem
space, implementation example and
security of network virtualization
OD-39
TD 69
(WP5/13)
Identifiers and
Identification processes in
Future Networks
Describes objects that require
changes in identification scheme,
analysis of existing scheme,
requirements, and structure and
relevant procedures for
identification.
OD-40
TD 70
(WP5/13)
Overview of Energy
Saving of Networks
Provides descriptions and
categorization of current energy
saving technologies, necessary
capabilities, impact analysis,
overview of candidate technologies
and develops high-level
requirements.
OD-41
TD 71
(WP5/13)
Project descriptions
Describes information on future
network related research activities
in standard format collected during
FG activity.
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Due to time and resource constraints, additional work is needed before the deliverables
can be considered by SG13 as completed reports ready for publication or use in applicable
ITU-T Recommendation. Table 2 provides an assessment of the completeness of the
deliverable reports.
Table 2: Deliverable Report Completeness
FG-FN
#
SG 13 #
Deliverable Report
Title
Key Completeness Remarks
OD-36
TD 67
(WP5/13)
Future Network (FN):
vision, and concepts
 Is approaching to be stable after
extensive collection of
information and review.
OD-37
TD 135
(GEN/13)
Terminology in Future
Networks
 Has collected various new terms
from other FG deliverables.
Maintenance necessary.
OD-38
TD 68
(WP5/13)
Framework of
Network
Virtualization
 Has defined the concepts of
network virtualization and its
relationship with other activities
 Is approaching stable status.
OD-39
TD 69
(WP5/13)
Identifiers and
Identification
processes in Future
Networks
In its initial stage on reviewing
current activities. Will become an
initial basis for the desired
framework, but considerable
additional work is needed.
OD-40
TD 70
(WP5/13)
Overview of Energy
Saving of Networks
Provides a good starting point in
categorization of existing energy
saving technologies. Drafting impact
analysis, candidate technologies has
to be added.
OD-41
TD 71
(WP5/13)
Project descriptions
Has collected 19 project
information. Continuous
maintenance necessary
6. Proposals on future Activities
FG has collected wide variety of information by establishing relationship with other future
network related research activities. It is now analyzing the information and has started
documentation, though much intensive work is obviously necessary to deliver high -quality
deliverables.
FG therefore proposes SG13 to extend FG for 12 month. The main focus of this period
will be to analyze the collected information and to produce high -quality deliverables.
Documents that have reached enough maturity will be handed to SG13 immediately.
This extension will also enable FG to maintain the information exchange channel it has
established with other future network related activities, e.g., ETSI, and will contribute
ITU-T to be a focal point on future network standardization.
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6.1.
Future meetings
Visiting Future Network related events to have FG meetings was found very effective to
collect information and to make deeper discussion. FG therefore plans to have collocated
meeting by visiting FN related event all over the world.
Besides these activities FG will use extensive use of teleconferences, email discussions.
7. Conclusions
The FG-FN proposes that it should be allowed to continue its work until June 2011 and to
report to September 2011 SG13 meeting at which time the FG will provide well developed
and stable set of deliverables outlined in its TOR.
8. Appendix I Participation information
This appendix shows participants of each meeting.
Participants of the 1st meeting
N
Family name
Given name
Country
Entity
1
Bassi
Alessandro
France
Hitachi Europe SAS
2
Biermann
Thorsten
Germany
University of Paderborn
3
Cao
Jinguang
China
CATR, MIIT
4
Chaki
Shinichiro
Japan
NTT
5
Chiba
Tsunihiko
Japan
KDDI R& D labs
6
Dong
Yang
China
Beijing Jiaotong University
7
Egawa
Takashi
Japan
NEC
8
El-Batanonny
Michael
USA
US Dept. of State
9
Feng
Wei
UK
Huawei
10
Gebauer
Volker
Germany
Federal Network Agency
11
Hattori
Kyota
Japan
NTT
12
Hayashi
Michiaki
Japan
KDDI
13
Heinonen
Johanna
Finland
Nokia-Siemens Networks
14
Hongke
Zhang
China
Beijing Jiaotong University
15
Hongwei
Huo
China
Beijing Jiaotong University
16
Hudobivnik
Alojz
Slovenia
Iskratel
17
Iglesias
Francisco
Spain
i2cat foundation
18
Jacquet
Arnaud
UK
BT
19
Jeong
Sangjin
Korea
ETRI
20
Jung
Heeyoung
Korea
ETRI
21
Kang
Shin-Gak
Korea
ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6
22
Kim
Hyoung Jun
Korea
ETRI
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N
Family name
Given name
Country
Entity
23
Kimura
Hideaki
Japan
NTT
24
Kurakova
Tatiana
Switzerland
TSB/ITU
25
Lee
Chaesub
Korea
ETRI
26
Ma
Yan
China
Beijing University of Posts and
Telecommunications
27
Mainwaring
Keith
Sweden
Cisco
28
Matsubara
Daisuke
Japan
Hitachi, Ltd.
29
Morita
Naotaka
Japan
NTT
30
Nishinaga
Nozomu
Japan
NICT
31
Otsuki
Hideki
Japan
NICT
32
Park
Woogoo
Korea
ETRI
33
Scholler
Marcus
Germany
NEC
34
Shin
Myung-Ki
Korea
ETRI
35
Tsutsui
Akihiro
Japan
NTT
36
Xiao
Yonming
China
Huawei
37
Yamaguchi
Norifumi
Japan
National Institute of Information and
Communications Technology
38
Yoneda
Susumu
Japan
Softbank Telecom
Participants of the 2nd meeting
Last
First
Company
Country
1
Mr
SILVA
Abraão
Brazil
2
Mr
GONG
Liangzhong
Huawei
China
3
Mr
KURITA
Toshihiko
Fujitsu
Japan
4
Mr
MATSUBARA
Daisuke
Hitachi
Japan
5
Mr
HAYASHI
Michiaki
KDDI
Japan
6
Mr
YOKOTA
Hidetoshi
KDDI
Japan
7
Mr
CHIBA
Yasunobu
NEC
Japan
8
Mr
EGAWA
Takashi
NEC
Japan
9
Mr
SHIMONISHI
Hideyuki
NEC
Japan
10
Ms
YANO
Yukiko
NEC
Japan
11
Mr
OTSUKI
Hideki
NICT
Japan
12
Mr
NISHINAGA
Nozomu
NICT
Japan
13
Mr
SOUMIYA
Toshio
NICT
Japan
14
Mr
HATTORI
Kyota
NTT
Japan
- 15 TD 32 (WP 5/13)
Last
First
Company
Country
15
Mr
KIMURA
Hideaki
NTT
Japan
16
Mr
KURIMOTO
Takashi
NTT
Japan
17
Mr
MIYAMURA
Takashi
NTT
Japan
18
Mr
MORITA
Naotaka
NTT
Japan
19
Mr
TSUTSUI
Akihiro
NTT
Japan
20
Mr
KAWANISHI
Motoharu
Oki
Japan
21
Mr
YONEDA
Susumu
Softbank
Japan
22
Mr
KIRUI
Liston
223 Mr
CHOI
Taesang
ETRI
Korea
24
Mr
CHOI
Younghwan
ETRI
Korea
25
Mr
JEONG
Sangjin
ETRI
Korea
26
Mr
JUNG
Heeyoung
ETRI
Korea
27
Mr
KIM
Hyoung-Jun
ETRI
Korea
28
Mr
LEE
Chaesub
ETRI
Korea
29
Mr
PARK
Woogoo
ETRI
Korea
30
Mr
SHIN
Myung-Ki
ETRI
Korea
31
Mr
KIM
Dae Young
JTC1 SC6
Korea
32
Mr
KWON
Sun-Jong
KT
Korea
33
Mr
LEE
Yong-Suk
NIA
Korea
34
Mr
HUDOBIVNIK
Alojz
Slovenia
35
Mr
EL-BATANOUNY
Michael
US
36
Mr
STUART
Richard
Infineon
US
37
Mr
HUICI
Felipe
NEC Europe
remote
38
Mr
STIEMERLING
Martine
NEC Europe
remote
39
Mr
GALIS
Alex
UCL
remote
Kenya
Participants of the 3rd meeting
Last
First
Company
Country
1
Mr.
CHIBA
Tsunehiki
KDDI
Japan
2
Mr
KURITA
Toshihiko
Fujitsu
Japan
3
Mr
MATSUBARA
Daisuke
Hitachi
Japan
4
Mr
EGAWA
Takashi
NEC
Japan
5
Mr
OTSUKI
Hideki
NICT
Japan
6
Mr
NISHINAGA
Nozomu
NICT
Japan
7
Mr
KIMURA
Hideaki
NTT
Japan
- 16 TD 32 (WP 5/13)
Last
First
Company
Country
8
Mr
KURIMOTO
Takashi
NTT
Japan
9
Mr
MIYAMURA
Takashi
NTT
Japan
10 Mr
TSUTSUI
Akihiro
NTT
Japan
11 Mr
KAWANISHI
Motoharu
Oki
Japan
12 Mr
CHOI
Taesang
ETRI
Korea
13 Mr
CHOI
Younghwan
ETRI
Korea
14 Mr
JEONG
Sangjin
ETRI
Korea
15 Mr
KIM
Hyoung-Jun
ETRI
Korea
16 Mr
LEE
Chaesub
ETRI
Korea
17 Mr
SHIN
Myung-Ki
ETRI
Korea
18 Mr
SIGUANG
Chao
CATK
China
19 Mr
KIM
Due Sun
KDDI
Japan
20 Mr
HUDOBIVNIK
Alojz
21 Mr
MESBAHUZZAMAN
Md
BTRC
Bangladesh
22 Mr
RAKKOLAINEN
Jukka
ECO
Danemark
23 Mr
NIIYA
Masamichi
TSB
24 Mr
DROMS
Ralph
Cisco
USA
25 Mr
GALIS
Alex
UCL
UK
26 Mr
CHATRAS
Bruno
FT
France
27 Mr
BECAM
Didier
FT
France
28 Mr
KNIGTSON
Keith
29 Mr
MAGINGO
Napahte
30 Mr
MPAPALIKA
John A.
31 Mr
MAINA
Victor M.
Slovenia
Canada
TCRA
Tanzania
Tanzania
CCK
Kennya
Participants of the 4th meeting
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Ms
Mr
Mrs
Mr
Last
First
Company
Country
Ahn
Alex
Cao
Matsubara
Egawa
Hong Shik
Hu
Huang
Hudobivnik
Iwasaki
Jeong
Jae-Young
Galis
Jiguang
Daisuke
Takashi
Park
Jie
Zheng
Alojz
Junko
Sangjin
ETRI
UCL
CATR
Hitachi
NEC
KAIST
ZTE
ZTE
Korea (Rep. of)
UK
China
Japan
Japan
Korea (Rep. of)
China
China
Slovenia
Japan
Korea (Rep. of)
ISKRATEL
NEC
ETRI
- 17 TD 32 (WP 5/13)
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Mr
Jung
Kafle
Kawanishi
Kim
Kim
Kim
Kimura
Kiyohisa
Kurita
Lee
Maina
Murata
Nishinaga
Oishi
Otsuki
Park
Shin
Silva
Takashi
Tsutsui
Yoneda
Heeyoung
Ved
Motoharu
Dae Sun
Dae Young
Hyoung-Jun
Hideaki
Wakabayashi
Toshihiko
Chaesub
Victor
Yoshitoshi
Nozomu
Takayuki
Hideki
Woo-Goo
Myung-Ki
Abraão
Kurimoto
Akihiro
Susumu
ETRI
NICT
Oki Electric Industry
KDDI
Chungnam University
ETRI
NTT
NSN
Fujitsu
ETRI
CCK
Iwate Prefectural University
NICT
TTC
NICT
ETRI
ETRI
NTT
NTT
Softbank Telecom
Korea (Rep. of)
Japan
Japan
Japan
Korea (Rep. of)
Korea (Rep. of)
Japan
Japan
Japan
Korea (Rep. of)
Kenya
Japan
Japan
Japan
Japan
Korea (Rep. of)
Korea (Rep. of)
Brazil
Japan
Japan
Japan
9. Appendix II List of contributions for all meetings
FGFN-C-1, Position Paper - Management and Service-aware Networking Architectures (MANA)
for Future Internet - System Functions, Capabilities and Requirements, EU FIA, MANA working
group
FGFN-C-2, Introduction of Minimum Core concept, KDDI R&D Laboratories, Inc.
FGFN-C-3, Considerations on Standardization Works on Future Networks, ETRI
FGFN-C-4, Draft Supplement on “Future Network: Vision, Concept, and Requirements, Q.21/13
Rapporteurs
FGFN-C-5, Virtualized Programmable Platform for Future Network Research and Experimentation,
ETRI
FGFN-C-6, NICT vision for New Generation Network, NICT
FGFN-C-7, Paradigm shift in Future Networks, NTT
FGFN-C-8, Establishing High Performance Large Scale Resource Environment Towards Future
Networks, KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.
FGFN-C-9, Networking of Information for Future Networks, SICS and Ericsson based on research
in the EU 7FP project 4WARD
FGFN-C-10, Draft Recommendation on “Requirements of Network Virtualization”, ETRI
FGFN-C-11, Internet resource sharing: a way forward?, BT
FGFN-C-12, Network Virtualization - Overview and Related Activities, ETRI
- 18 TD 32 (WP 5/13)
FGFN-C-13, Draft Recommendation on "Requirements of Network Virtualization", ITU-T Q.21/13
Rapporteurs
FGFN-C-14, Introduction of AKARI architecture design project, NICT
FGFN-C-15, Future Network Capabilities, Rapporteur Q.5/13
FGFN-C-16, Abstractions for an Autonomic Networking Architecture, NEC Europe Ltd. based on
research in EU FP6 project ANA
FGFN-C-17, Network Resilience as a prime feature of Future Networks, NEC Europe Ltd. based on
research in EU7 project ResumeNet
FGFN-C-18, Liaison Statement from JTC 1/SC 6/WG 7 to ITU-T Focus Group on Future Network
for collaboration work on Future Networks, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 6
FGFN-C-19, Ideas and Practical Challenges for a Cooperation and Coding Framework, University
of Paderborn, Germany
FGFN-C-20, Draft supplement on “Future Networks: Vision, Concept, and Requirements
(Y.FNvision)”, ITU-T Q.21/13 Rapporteurs
FGFN-C-21, CNGI - CERNET2 and Future Internet , Beijing University of Posts and
Telecommunications
FGFN-C-22, Latest research on Next Generation Internet in China, Beijing Jiotong University,
China
FGFN-C-23, Autonomic Internet Project, Hitachi
FGFN-C-24, Proposal on a new work item regarding identification in future networks, ETRI
FGFN-C-25, An approach to Future Networks - Energy Saving Network Technologies, Fujitsu
FGFN-C-26, Proposed explanatory text for target service categories and network technologies in
future networks, NTT
FGFN-C-27, Classification of Requirements for Future Networks, NTT
FGFN-C-28, Proposed definition of Network Virtualization, NICT
FGFN-C-29, Vision, concept and requirements for the Future Networks from the aspect of
Minimum Core concept, KDDI
FGFN-C-30, Introduction of Application Platform for Virtualized Networks, Hitachi
FGFN-C-31, Proposal on framework of network virtualization, KDDI
FGFN-C-32, Brazilian Initiatives on Future Networks, Brazil
FGFN-C-33, Liaison statement initiated by ETSI ISG AFI to ITU-T FG-FN, ETSI ISG AFI
FGFN-C-34, Proposed high-level requirements for service-aware network and service collaborated
management for FI, ETRI
FGFN-C-35, Technological challenges for Future Networks R&D, NICT
FGFN-C-36, FN R&D promotion activities in Japan, NICT
FGFN-C-37, Input for discussion on “Future Network (FN): vision, concept, and requirements”,
ETRI
FGFN-C-38, Network Virtualization and Flexible Network Processing, NEC
FGFN-C-39, Initial discussion on framework of network virtualization, ETRI
- 19 TD 32 (WP 5/13)
FGFN-C-40, Proposed Input Text on clause 5.x of Draft Deliverable, “Future Network (FN): vision,
concept, and requirements”, ETRI
FGFN-C-41, Proposed modification of "Framework of network virtualization (OD-17)" on
applicability and use case, NTT
FGFN-C-42, Proposal on applicability and use cases of network virtualization, ETRI
FGFN-C-43, Proposed Input Text on sub-clause 7.x on the Draft Deliverable, “Framework of
Network Virtualization”, ETRI
FGFN-C-44, Proposed text of Minimum Core concept and related requirements in the vision
document, KDDI
FGFN-C-45, Extension of the concept of mobility in the Future Network, KDDI R&D Laboratories,
Inc.
FGFN-C-46, Proposed concept of service and application in Future Network, KT
FGFN-C-47, Proposal Regarding Table of Contents for FNVision, Hitachi, ETRI
FGFN-C-48, Proposal for a new project description on network virtualization, NTT
FGFN-C-49, Proposed modification of “Framework of network virtualization (OD-17)” on problem
space, NTT
FGFN-C-50, Proposed update text on sub-clause 8.1 of framework of network virtualization, ETRI
FGFN-C-51, Vision documents analysis, NICT
FGFN-C-52, Proposed updates for table of contents on "Overview of Energy Saving Networks",
Fujitsu, NEC
FGFN-C-53, Proposed initial text for "Overview of Energy Saving of Networks", Fujitsu, NEC
FGFN-C-54, Proposed General Concept for Future Network, KT
FGFN-C-55, Proposed explanatory text and use cases of mobility in virtualized network on network
virtualization document, KDDI
FGFN-C-56, Proposal Regarding Section 5 of FNvision Document, Hitachi
FGFN-C-57, Review on identifier structure in Internet, ETRI
FGFN-C-58, MOFI project description, ETRI
FGFN-C-59, Proposed Design Goal and Concept for Future Network, KT
FGFN-C-60, Proposal on FG-FN Lifespan Extension, ETRI
FGFN-C-61, Proposed Text on clause 2 and 4 of Draft Deliverable, “Future Network (FN): vision,
concept, and requirements”, ETRI
FGFN-C-62, Classification of existing technologies for Energy Saving of Networks, Fujitsu
FGFN-C-63, Environmental Token Consideration in Future Network Routing Capability, Softbank
Telecom
FGFN-C-64, Proposed update text on Section 7. of the framework of network virtualization
document, ETRI
FGFN-C-65, Motivation and Vision explanatory text proposal for FNvision document, NICT
FGFN-C-66, Proposed explanatory text for “motivation” and “design goals and concepts” of future
networks, NTT
- 20 TD 32 (WP 5/13)
10. Appendix III List of FG documents
Output documents
FGFN-OD-01, Meeting report of 1st FG-FN
FGFN-OD-02, List of contributions
FGFN-OD-03, Meeting agenda
FGFN-OD-04, List of participants
FGFN-OD-05, Future Networks: vision, concept, and requirements
FGFN-OD-06, First Collection of Concept, Key Characteristics and Requirements of Future
Networks
FGFN-OD-07, Eleven project descriptions
FGFN-OD-08, Template of project description
FGFN-OD-09, Working method of FGFN
FGFN-OD-10, Eight outgoing liaison statements
FGFN-OD-11, Meeting plan, candidate tasks, and document structure of FGFN
FGFN-OD-12, Listof participants
FGFN-OD-13, Meeting report of 2nd FG-FN
FGFN-OD-14, List of contributions
FGFN-OD-15, Meeting agenda
FGFN-OD-16, Revised text of Future Networks: vision, concept, and requirements (with Second
collection of Concept, Key Characteristics and Requirements of Future Networks)
FGFN-OD-17, Revised text of Framework of Network Virtualization
FGFN-OD-18, Revised text of Identifiers and Identification processes in Future Networks
FGFN-OD-19, Revised text of Overview of Energy Saving Network
FGFN-OD-20, Project descriptions
FGFN-OD-21, Organizations descriptions including the template
FGFN-OD-22, Outgoing Liaison Statement to IAF
FGFN-OD-23, Meeting report of 3rd FG-FN
FGFN-OD-24, Meeting agenda
FGFN-OD-25, List of participants
FGFN-OD-26, List of contributions
FGFN-OD-27, Revised text of Future Networks: vision, concept, and requirements (with Second
collection of Concept, Key Characteristics and Requirements of Future Networks)
FGFN-OD-28, Revised text of Framework of Network Virtualization
FGFN-OD-29, Revised text of Overview of Energy Saving of Networks
- 21 TD 32 (WP 5/13)
FGFN-OD-30, Project descriptions
FGFN-OD-31, The fourth FG-FN meeting
FGFN-OD-32, Meeting report of 4th FG-FN
FGFN-OD-33, Meeting agenda
FGFN-OD-34, List of participants
FGFN-OD-35, List of contributions
FGFN-OD-36, Revised text of Future Networks: vision, concept, and requirements (with Second
collection of Concept, Key Characteristics and Requirements of Future Networks)
FGFN-OD-37, Terminology in Future Networks
FGFN-OD-38, Revised text of Framework of Network Virtualization
FGFN-OD-39, Revised text of Identifiers and Identification processes in Future Networks
FGFN-OD-40, Revised text of Overview of Energy Saving of Networks
FGFN-OD-41, Project descriptions
FGFN-OD-42, Report on activities and proposals
Temporary Documents
FGFN-TD-01, list of contirbutions
FGFN-TD-02, agenda
FGFN-TD-04, ToR
FGFN-TD-05, meeting program
FGFN-TD-06, LS from SG 11
FGFN-TD-07, working methods
FGFN-TD-08, project desrciption template
FGFN-TD-09, doc package for joint meeting
FGFN-TD-10, list of participants
FGFN-TD-11, LS from FG FN
FGFN-TD-13, framework of network virtualization
FGFN-TD-14, LS from SG15 on liaison contact person
FGFN-TD-15, List of input docs
FGFN-TD-16, Work Plan
FGFN-TD-17, Results of first FGFN
FGFN-TD-18, Reference Documents on MMT
FGFN-TD-19, LS on MMT
FGFN-TD-20, Virtual Networks at IRTF
FGFN-TD-21, Future Internet Research Challenges – a position paper
- 22 TD 32 (WP 5/13)
FGFN-TD-22, list of participants
FGFN-TD-23, Global Infrastructure considerations
FGFN-TD-24, QoS aspects and trilogy proposals
FGFN-TD-25, Architectural considerations
FGFN-TD-26, Comments on FGFN-OD016
FGFN-TD-27, agenda-Geneva-Jan2010
FGFN-TD-28, ISO IEC JTC1 report
FGFN-TD-29, vision-sec-2
FGFN-TD-30, Vision-sec-4-1
FGFN-TD-31, SCV-virtual meeting
FGFN-TD-32, List of input docs
FGFN-TD-33, agenda-Tokyo-March2010
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