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Planning for WTSA Issues on SG Structure   Gary Fishman ITU-T TSAG Chairman Preparatory Meeting for Africa for WTSA-04 Victoria Falls, 23-25 June 2004

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What is the issue? What work ought to be done in ITU-T? By what means would it be a good idea for this to work be composed? What are the goals for rebuilding the Study Groups (SGs)? In what manner will SG structure stay pertinent? WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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What work ought to be done in ITU-T? TSAG inspected the work of the considerable number of SGs and work for the future Identified around 40 "Pieces" of work that ought to be dealt with as inseparable units. For instance: Block 3A: duty & bookkeeping standards Block 5A: EMI Block 13B: design, interworking and multi-convention systems with the exception of Ethernet WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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How would it be advisable for this to work be sorted out? Related Blocks are being related into around 15-20 Functional Groupings. For instance: Performance FG = Block 12A (all of SG12) + Block 13A (WP4/13) EMI = Block 5A (all of SG5) WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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What are the goals for rebuilding the SGs Efficiency, significance, clear orders Visibility to outside world Many distinctive perspectives and targets have been presented by the enrollment See late provide details regarding rebuilding work in TSAG TD/340 Rev.1 WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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ITU-T ought to have a solid nearness in specific zones Critical territories for future work must include: Next Generation Network (NGN) Security Mobility "E-Everything" Network foundation: Optical Transport, IP-based Networks, Network Management, Signaling, Performance, EMC, Architecture, Interoperability, and so on. WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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What is by all accounts almost concurred? Proceed with the SG as is SG3 – Tariff and bookkeeping standards SG5 – Electromagnetic similarity SG6 – Outside plant WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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What is by all accounts almost concurred? Center work of a SG to proceed, with conceivable increments SG4 – Network administration SG12 – End-to-end execution SG15 – Transmission frameworks SG16 – Multimedia WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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What is by all accounts almost concurred? Different SGs that are being dealt with as Blocks SG11 – Signaling SSG – IMT-2000 and past WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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Trends in Functional Groupings Consolidate Network Operations: join WP2/2 and Network Management (SG4) Consolidate Performance: join WP4/13 and SG12 Build a NGN SG: exchange proceeds on what and the amount to incorporate Build a Security SG WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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BUT – to make it fascinating Two methodologies: Change for change purpose versus In the event that it ain\'t broke, don\'t alter it Balance between: huge solidification into a couple of huge Study Groups versus Study Groups in light of particular subjects and aptitude WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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Some issues to be determined Numbering, Naming, Addressing, Routing: Block 2A (for the most part the current WP1/2) – where to put? Keep Cable Broadcast together (SG9), make little adjustments or split it up totally? Flagging – a SG or part of another SG? Keep a Mobility SG (SSG) or converge with other work? WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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Some issues to be determined What goes into the NGN Study Group? What goes into the Security Study Group? Various points of interest of work portion among 150+ study questions WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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Considerations Some combination of work will Avoid unique arrangements Share time of specialists among study things Reduce requirement for contacts Too much solidification of work will sting Less time per concentrate thing amid meeting Parallel gatherings can\'t be secured by specialists External contact connections turn out to be less clear WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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Consequences...or Why do we give it a second thought? Make ITU-T THE most appealing spot to do global measures Make best utilization of specialists\' chance and assets Avoid duplication and cover of work Lower expenses to participation and to ITU An awful structure will back off or stop work; a great structure can accelerate work WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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Maintaining Future Relevance TSAG is dependable to survey advancement of the work program, the portion of work among ITU-T SGs and between ITU-T and ITU-R WTSA Resolution 22 gives TSAG power to change study bunch structure amongst WTSAs and to make bunches with short life-times WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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Background Information WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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ITU-T Study Groups SG2: Operational parts of administration arrangement, systems and execution SG3: Tariff and bookkeeping standards including related broadcast communications financial and approach issues SG4: Telecommunication administration, including TMN SG5: Protection against electromagnetic environment impacts SG6: Outside plant SG9: Integrated broadband link systems and TV and sound transmission SG11: Signalling necessities and conventions SG12: End-to-end transmission execution of systems and terminals SG13: Multi-convention and IP-based systems and their internetworking SG15: Optical and other transport systems SG16: Multimedia administrations, frameworks and terminals SG17: Data systems and media transmission programming SSG: IMT-2000 and Beyond WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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Contacts WTSA Preparatory Group for Africa Victoria Falls 23-25 June 2004

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