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Deliver Keynote, Sessions at SOA Telecom Conference

The IPsphere Forum, a nonprofit organization dedicated to unleashing the business and societal benefits of IP convergence will present the Keynote address at the SOA Telecom Conference. Additionally, several IPsphere Forum representatives will present on the relationship between IPsphere and SOA in a special session entitled SOA & IPsphere: The Case. The conference takes place from 17 – 20 April in Paris, France.

What – The IPsphere Forum delivers its vision for Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) in telecommunications at this important industry conference.

Who – Kevin Dillon, of Juniper Networks and Chairman of the IPsphere Forum; IPsphere Forum representatives Tom Nolle of CIMI Corp., Christian Jacquenet of France Telecom, Norbert Wicker of Juniper Networks, Sten Nordell of Telenor, and Aruna Endabetla of TrueBaseline.

When – 17 – 20 April 2007

Where – Paris, France

Why – The SOA Telecom conference will explore how SOA can assist telecoms service providers align and architect their application architecture to support business processes. The IPsphere Forum’s service framework leverages key SOA fundamentals in addressing the composition of flexible services across multiple stakeholders and technologies on converged platforms.
ABOUT THE IPSPHERE FORUM

The IPsphere Forum is an international consortium of IP services industry leaders dedicated to architecting an enhanced service management framework for IP services that – while preserving the fundamental openness & ubiquity of the Internet’s technical framework – is also capable of enabling a full range of business relationships so that co-operating providers have true flexibility in how they bring value to upstream service outcomes.

For more information on the IPsphere Forum, please visit: www.ipsphereforum.org.

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IPsphere Forum Membership Grows

The IPsphere Forum, a non-profit organization dedicated to unleashing the business and societal benefits of IP convergence, today announced the addition of nine new members, bringing its total membership to nearly 40 since its inception in June 2005.

Among the new additions to the group are three network operators, Korea’s KT, Spain’s Teléfonica and Telkom South Africa; IT consultancy firm Comware; vendors Avici Systems, HP and Meriton Networks; and two e-commerce enablers, eoBuy and NewGenPay.

These members join other global industry leaders who are driving the IPsphere Forum forward. For a complete member list, please visit: www.ipsphereforum.org.

“Our continued expansion, as well as the growing diversity of our membership, enhances the Forum’s work in delivering an agreed service management framework able to drive profitability for all stakeholders in the IP industry,” commented Kevin Dillon, Chairman, IPsphere Forum. “These new members’ expertise, insight and energy help the Forum advance its goal of addressing the operational and commercial challenges of IP convergence.”

The IPsphere Forum welcomed its new members at its most recent member meeting, 11th – 13th December 2006 in London, UK.

ABOUT THE IPSPHERE FORUM

The IPsphere Forum is an international consortium of IP services industry leaders dedicated to architecting an enhanced service management framework for IP services that – while preserving the fundamental openness & ubiquity of the Internet’s technical framework – is also capable of enabling a full range of business relationships so that co-operating providers have true flexibility in how they bring value to upstream service outcomes.

For more information on the IPsphere Forum, please visit: www.ipsphereforum.org.

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Outlines Framework for Cooperative

The IPsphere Forum, an international consortium of communications industry leaders, today announced several key milestones in the Forum’s formal work program – highlighted by the delivery of the IPsphere Forum Commercial Framework.

“Generating a profitable business model for all stakeholders in the IP services industry cannot be left to chance. The IPsphere Forum is dedicated to reducing the risk of preparing for the future, and to accelerating the innovation that will secure that future,” said Kevin Dillon, Chairman of the IPsphere Forum. “The release of the IPsphere Forum commercial framework is a substantial step forward in advancing cooperation with today’s services and future innovation.”

“The IPsphere commercial framework provides a business-based mechanism to enable every producer in the chain of IP services fulfillment to mitigate the risks and share the rewards of overall market development.” said Brian Levy, Group CTO-Services of BT 21C. “It outlines a pan-industry commercial environment where those with service elements to offer can join to create profitable end-to-end services that meet the financial objectives of everyone who contributes.”

The IPsphere Forum also announced completion of the first showcase of its Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) based technical platform based on this commercial framework. On May 9 in Tokyo, Japan the IPsphere Forum’s Reference Implementation Working Group staged a working instantiation of IPsphere mediated next generation, structured video services to leading Asia Pacific network, content, and application service providers.

In addition, the IPsphere Forum demonstrated its ongoing commitment to developing relationships with standards bodies by confirming a formal liaison with the International Telecommunications Union Telecom Standardization Sector (ITU-T) as defined by the ITU-T’s Recommendation A.4. The ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) is one of the three Sectors of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

“The Tokyo showcase clearly demonstrates that the IPsphere Forum has moved well beyond the theoretical,” said Monique Morrow, Vice-chair of the IPsphere Forum. “In addition to validating our technical reference architecture, the Tokyo showcase also highlights the continued and ever-growing interest in the IPsphere Forum’s mission from all sectors of the communications industry. And, as we continue to advance our technical reference architecture, the formal relationship with the ITU-T demonstrates the IPsphere Forum’s commitment to fostering an open, standards-based environment.”

Finally, with these achievements in place, the IPsphere Forum convened its quarterly member meeting last week in Sophia Antipolis, France – a meeting which featured the addition of new members TrueBaseline and Hammerhead Systems. The meeting also marked the first working session for the newly-formed Service Provider Council.

“The Service Provider Council (SPC) serves a critical purpose in defining and articulating the specific commercial and technical needs of service provider members within the IPsphere Forum,” said Christian Jacquenet, Director of Standardization Member Organization, France Telecom. “The formation of the SPC provides an inclusive, consolidated voice for providers in driving IPsphere Forum requirements.”

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Announces Name, Board Members and Officers

The IPsphere Forum (www.ipsphereforum.org) today announced its name, board members and officers. The forum recently announced its initial formation in a press release entitled, “Open Forum Develops Architecture for Federated Service Infrastructure”. The IPsphere Forum is a member-funded, open community focused on the “business of IP” and coordinating efforts to develop the architecture for an IP infrastructure able to support the broadest possible set of service provider and network user business/service models.

“As a member-funded, open forum, the IPsphere Forum’s objective is to encourage and catalyze the effort related to the deployment of an IP infrastructure that can meet the profitability and capability needs of network, content and applications service providers and service user communities,” said Kevin Dillon, Chair, IPsphere Forum. “The forum intends to promote the standardization of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) approaches to network service federation, publication and consumption by identifying requirements and current gaps, specifying mechanisms to address these, and contributing to the work conducted by associated standard bodies.”

“BT fully supports the new forum which will enable the development of new services for our customers across a multi-carrier global infrastructure,” said Brian Levy, group technology officer, service strategy and innovation, BT. “IPsphere will go beyond the Internet of today with its limitations of quality and performance to set a new communications paradigm.”

“FT sees the IPsphere initiative as a privileged and promising community of vendors and operators to encourage the development of reliable and standardized IP infrastructures for the support of value-added service offerings”

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Architecture for Federated Service Infrastructure Part 2

“BT is in the process of delivering its 21st Century network. We see this expanded initiative as a way of working together with other leading suppliers and service providers to define the standards and architecture that will enable the infrastructure for the global network economy of the future,” said Andy Green, CEO, BT Global Services. “The co-operation of our partners and the flexibility they have shown to support the new member-funded model shows the commitment we all have in the industry to work together to address the needs of our customers.”

“Today’s Internet requires substantive improvements to meet the demands of its users and the commercial needs of network operators,” said Pradeep Sindhu, CTO and vice chairman of Juniper Networks. “Juniper is proud of the efforts of the IIC in building consensus in the network industry on a possible direction for these improvements. We are very pleased to see that the goal of bringing this important work to the standards bodies is coming to fruition, and we look forward to continuing our work with the forum.”

“Cisco has a strong history of working within standards bodies to address the broad transformation of service providers’ networks and businesses, and we are glad to align our efforts there with the forum,” said Monique Morrow, Consulting Engineer for the office of the CTO at Cisco Systems. “Our intention in working within this forum is to continue delivering sustainable solutions for service providers by helping them develop and plan their organizations, specific network architectures and business models for the future.”

“Alcatel has a rich tradition of contribution to the standards bodies and forums necessary to create a growing and advancing communications ecosystem,” said Basil Alwan, president of Alcatel’s IP activities. “Alcatel is pleased to join this forum and looks forward to continuing to work with the world’s leading service providers to advance the global IP infrastructure.”

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Architecture for Federated Service Infrastructure Part I

A number of service providers and networking companies today announced an intention to form a member-funded, open standards-based forum, which will encompass the existing work of the former IIC, and will coordinate efforts to develop the architecture for a federated service infrastructure able to support advanced service provider and network user business and service models. The members intend that the forum will be independently hosted by the secretariat of a major standards body and be subject to that standards body’s rules. The International Telecommunications Union (ITU), ATIS, ETSI, and AMS are currently under consideration. An announcement regarding hosting secretariat selection, and the new name, is expected later following the election of the board and adoption of the terms that will apply to the effort.

Members of the forum will include the members of the Infranet Initiative Council (IIC), which voted on June 2 to transition its activities to a member-funded forum. Additional companies, including Alcatel and Cisco Systems have also announced their support.

The forum will focus on the “business of IP” and coordinate efforts to develop the architecture for an IP infrastructure able to support the broadest possible set service provider and network user business/service models. The forum will have three primary goals:

  • Architecting today’s Internet to be a service of the overall IP infrastructure, rather than the Internet itself being the infrastructure. In this sense, the permissive, best effort Internet service is presented as a ‘tunnel,’ alongside other tunnels presenting the services of more predictable, trusted network environments;
  • Providing for any of the services of a network operators’ IP infrastructure to be federated (or interconnected) with other operators according to clearly defined business relationships, and incorporating mechanisms for revenue settlement and SLA accountability;
  • Ensuring that users of the IP infrastructure can access only the presented services, and not the underlying infrastructure itself, to heighten reliability and integrity of the overall federated system of networks.
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