Sound/Video System Joining with High Limit Frameworks.


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Sound/Video System Meeting with High Limit Frameworks Voice and Video Motor for Mass Circulation Amir Zmora VP Business Advancement Surf Correspondence Arrangements Presentation Motivation Surf Review The Business sector - and the Innovation that Drives the Patterns
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Sound/Video Network Convergence with High Capacity Systems Voice & Video Engine for Mass Distribution Amir Zmora VP Business Development Surf Communication Solutions

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Presentation Agenda Surf Overview The Market - and the Technology that Drives the Trends Triple-Play Development Considerations Hardware Trends

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Surf gives Hardware and Software that enable… Surf Overview huge scale engendering of voice & feature applications extensive scale proliferation of voice & feature applications

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Surf is the ONLY organization on the planet that offers Triple-Play (Voice, Video, Data) media preparing innovation at the same time on a solitary stage; Uniqueness Surf is the first organization ever to offer complete media handling arrangements on an AMC stage , empowering the production of a Voice and Video motor driving mass appropriation of high-limit applications Surf is the ONLY organization on the planet fit for giving its answer on ANY TI C-64x DSP VERY High Barrier To Entry

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Board-Level Solution DSP Software SurfUP (SurfGate, SurfStream) SurfAce/SurfRider PCI, PTMC and AMC Diagnostics Expert System Chip-Level Solution SurfInsight PC-based SurfDSP-xx C64x-based Strategic Focus IP PSTN Mobile Media Gateway/Server SurfGeneration

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The Market - and the Technology that Drives the Trends

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Carrier Infrastructure Voice Calls Voice Gateway C-5x Conference Room Today’s Technology Supporting Infrastructure Users/Application empowering Conferencing Server

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Carrier Infrastructure Voice Calls Voice Gateway C-5x Conference Room Today’s Technology Supporting Infrastructure Users/Application empowering Conferencing Server

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SIP Video Phone empowering Legacy Phone empowering Generation True merging 3G-324M or WiFi Mobile Video Phone PC Soft Phone Tomorrow’s/Future Technology Supporting Infrastructure Users/Application Video Calls Carrier Infrastructure Video Conference Voice & Video Media Gateway Media Server IPTV Mobile Presence C-6x Content Streaming Security/Surveillance

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Cellular – 3G Services (1) Video Download & Streaming Download is the most widely recognized technique for feature stimulation Content saved money on telephone Solves QoS issues Streaming requires higher transmission capacity however has additionally points of interest: More “real-time” Easier in DRM viewpoint – substance is not spared Phone memory utilized just to buff Service cases V-Live of NTT DoCoMo – Real-Time TV Video on interest Home/Business/Homeland security – Video observation

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Cellular – 3G Services (2) Video Streaming – Circuit-Switched versus IP Cost compelling Easier mix with broadband systems Circuit-Switched QoS is altered and unsurprising Well-characterized component for tending to and charging Easy get to: Dial number and utilization DTMF to pick cut It works…

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Cellular – 3G Services (3) Messaging & Presence Evolution: IM  MMS  Video mail PoC Presence – Not just online/logged off however in the event that accessible for administration X with individual Y Self made substance; No DRM issues

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Cellular – 3G Services (4) PoC – Half-duplex correspondence (Push-to-Talk, Show, View) Implemented over IP utilizing SIP Many executions are still exclusive Video Telephony A 3G administration that uses 64Kbps for Control, Voice and Video – 3G-324M Video: MPEG-4 Audio: NB-AMR Adopted by 3Gpp and 3GPP2 yet conveyed as of now on W-CDMA arranges just

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Cellular – 3G Services (5) Video Telephony Issues User appropriation is still constrained Network influence will make it more prevalent later on (need somebody to call) Quality is not high – 10FPS, QCIF Call setup delay

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Cellular – 3G Services (6) Video Sharing Feature presented by Nokia While in voice circuit switch session, opens a parallel SIP session Shares live feature, clasps, pictures Effective data transmission use (IP versus CS)

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SIP messages PS-Video Nokia Video Sharing Demo Ongoing CS-call User A User B Initiate sharing session User acknowledges welcome. Feature sharing session is set up. Client A camera perspective showed Select Share live feature from choices Pressing Start starts feature sharing Pressing Stop finishes sharing

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Conclusions Voice cost is contracting Infrastructure – Voice port value Operators – Voice income (International/Long separation/Local) Moving to one box answer for voice/feature, Mobile/Wireless/Wireline - All in one - Siemens Wireline & Wireless union (ICN+ICM=Com) Moving into the feature business sector is fundamental for telecom gear producers Video arrangement will significantly develop because of: Competition between administration suppliers/administrators/links Cross system administrations Network impact

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Triple-Play Development Considerations

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Applications Host H.323 SIP PRI/BRI CAS 3G-324M H.323 SIP H.223+H.245 (3G-324M) IP/UDP TDM H.223/H.221 Fax Channel: T.38 Fax hand-off T.32 Fax end Transparent Fax over G.711 (IP) IP-mindful fax V.34HD highspeed fax RTP/RTCP: RFC3550/3551 RFC3016 (Video support) RFC3267 (AMR support) Adaptive Jitter cradle Security – AES Quality-RFC2198 Telephony Events: RFC2833 All Tones det/gen from TDM and IP VAD/CNG/PLC taking care of Caller ID I/II det/gen Video proc: Transcoding Resizing Frame rate adjust Mixing Video coding & transcoding: MPEG4 SP H.263 H.264 MPEG-4 ASP H.261 H.263+/++ Voice Coding: G.729 G.723.1 G.726 G.711 NB-AMR FR/EFR EVRC WB-AMR G.728 iLBC DSP Voice proc: Mixing Sample rate modification ECAN G.168 128ms Typical Media Gateway/Media Server Signaling Transport Media Processing

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Voice and Video on the Same DSP Easy movement way to any feature/voice use model. Lower framework deferral produces a higher general quality No compelling reason to partitioned voice from feature and send each to a different chip/module Easier to set up lip-sync in the middle of voice and feature when parcels are lost or postponed Lower operational costs because of the requirement for backing of stand out chip. Lower combination endeavors Single API for voice and feature No requirement for a conglomeration gadget to consolidate or split voice and feature

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The advantages of Running 3G-324M (H.223) on the DSP instead of on the Host ? Lower deferral creates higher general quality portals Same DSP runs 3G-324M, voice transcoding, feature transcoding and sends voice/feature RTP specifically to IP system, henceforth, no bottlenecks. Versatility When H.223 is running on the DSP, Host processor execution is not a constraining variable for moving to higher densities… simply include more DSPs/sheets. Lower operational costs Less segments in the framework. No requirement for: DSP board/module for voice transcoding DSP board/module for feature transcoding Controller module/board for 3G-324M

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The advantages of building a Gateway as opposed to purchasing a shut box Flexibility - The client can figure out what elements to create and can better separate his offerings. Better reaction to the end client since no compelling reason to sit tight for the shut box engineer to give his administration. Open arrangement. Cost.

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Hardware Trends

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Relevant Hardware History Once there were PC & cPCI systems… Parallel inactive backplanes Then came cPCI 2.16, 2.17, 2.18… Combination of parallel transport & numerous parcel exchanging serial transports Then came ATCA (Advanced Telecom Computer Architecture)… Packet-exchanging serial transports just Late 2001 - Suppliers, OEMs and SPs characterize the AdvancedTCA (PICMG 3.0) Late 2002 – Start take a shot at AdvancedMC (PICMG AMC.0) Late 2005 – First MicroTCA models

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Hardware Forecasts Varying conjectures for ATCA & AMC business sector size: ATCA business sector to reach $3.7B by 2007 (RHK) ATCA business sector to reach $42B by 2009 (Crystal Cube) AMC business sector to reach $14B by 2009 (Crystal Cube) Target cost per load up to be diminished by 60% in four years, utilizing ATCA (not exclusive) Cheaper R&D Open rivalry Mass generation Maintenance and so on

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Hardware History First PC 1981 cPCI presented 1994 2001 cPCI 2.16 presented First ATCA definition 2002 First AMC definition 2005 First ATCA models First MicroTCA models First AMC models Surf’s Current Offering: PCI arrangements PTMC arrangements AMC arrangements cPCI coordinated arrangements

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Performance Interfaces Management Hot swap Power Availability Scalability Form variable Market Hardware Trends: Carriers PCI cPCI 2.16 ATCA ~100Mbs per load up ~100Mbs per load up 1Gbit/sec per join 10Gbit/sec per join 1Gbit/sec per join PCI, Ethernet GbE, PCI_Express, Rapid_IO, Infiniband,FiberChannel Advanced exchanging etc… PCI, Ethernet N/A N/An IPMI I2C based repetitive IPMI Not bolstered Not upheld Blade just Blade and mezzanine (AMC) Blade just 25W for every sharp edge 25W for each cutting edge 70W for each edge 200W for each edge 70W for every edge N/A N/A 3-5 9’S 5 9’S 3-5 9’S 1 mezzanine load up 1 mezzanine load up 2 mezzanine loads up 8 mezzanine loads up 2 mezzanine loads up PCI 3U/6U x 160mm 8U x 280mm 3U/6U x 160mm

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Performance Interfaces Management Hot swap Power Availability Scalability Form component Market Hardware Trends: Mezzanines PTMC AMC ~100Mbit/sec ~100Mbit/sec 10Gbit/sec per join PCI, TDM, RMII PCI, TDM, RMII GbE, PCI_Express, Rapid_IO, Infiniband,FiberChannel Advanced exchanging etc… Not bolstered Not bolstered I2C based IPMI Not upheld Not bolstered Supported 15W max 15W max 60W max 3 9’S to 5 9’S 3 9’S to 5 9’S 5 9’S Up to 4 for each ATCA Up to 4 for every ATCA Up to 8 for each ATCA PTMC AMC

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Performance Interfaces Management Hot swap Power Availability Scalabili

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