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IMS 101
April 4, 2006 David J. Stelte VP of Engineering Clarity Communication Systems Inc. dstelte@claritycsi.com www.claritycsi.com

IP Multimedia Subsystem

Topics we’ll cover today:
• • • • • Network Evolution to IMS IMS Benefits and Applications IMS Technical Overview Who’s Playing in IMS Recommended Reading

Yesterday’s Network
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Today’s Network
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application layer control layer

Characteristics of Today’s Network • Some access-level commonalities • Separate control • Bundled services • Emergence of WLAN technology

connection layer

Access and Connection

user

Evolving Trends• Mobile telephony, SMS, and Instant Messaging have been widely adopted • Mobile devices are becoming much more sophisticated and powerful • Traditional telecommunications is decreasing as a percentage of overall consumer wallet, while media and entertainment are showing accelerating growth • End users want to be able to access services anytime, anywhere regardless of device, location andnetwork • Mass market adoption of applications is inhibited by today’s delivery model

Tomorrow’s Network – IMS
Today’s Network

Application Application
application layer

Service Service

control layer

session control & delivery

IMS - Life After the “BitPipe” • Common control for access types & services • Common services • Apps become access type independent • Vertical “stove-pipes”replaced by Horizontal functions • IP based

connection layer

access

access

user

Benefits of IMS
• Interoperability with diverse networks • Enhanced Service Integration • Better Service Interaction • Access Independence • Common Functions • Standards Based Applications,

Applications,

Applications
More, Better, Faster!!

Some Popular IMS Applications
FMC
PTT over CellularLBS

VoIP

IMS
Active Contact List

Gaming

MMS

Video

Bits….What, When, Where and How you need them!

Example of Application Integration
FMC
PTT over Cellular

LBS

Integrated PTT and LBS

VoIP

IMS
Active Contact List

Gaming

MMS

Video

Bits….What, When, Where and How you need them!

Where2Talk - A Unique Clarity offering integrating Push-to-talk andLocation Based Services • View a Pal’s location at-a-glance • Obtain Map and Address of Pal’s location • Get directions to Pal • Make PTT call based on where Pal is located • Integrated presence indicates availability

Where2Talk Console for standard PCs
• • • • See location of all Pals on full color maps Make PTT call from the PC to selected Pals Dispatch addresses to mobile phones Fullmapping capabilities: zoom, scroll, best fit Works on a standard PC



IMS Components – A Simplified View
application layer

AS AS

AS AS

AS AS

control layer

HSS

CSCF CSCF

BGCF BGCF MGCF MGCF
PSTN MGW MGW Internet

wireless connection layer

RAN RAN

PDSN PDSN GGSN/ GGSN/ SGSN SGSN

user

Protocols in IMS
• SIP, SIP, SIP…(Session Initiation Protocol)
– SIP is aprotocol that enables clients to invite others to a session and negotiates control information about the media channels needed for the session. – Textual and based on HTTP

• Diameter
– AAA (authentication, authorization and accounting) protocol – Used for interfaces to databases in IMS

• Megaco/H.248
– Media Gateway Control protocol – From IETF and ITU

IMS Standards
ITU IMT-2000 GSMW-CDMA (UMTS)
Release 5 Release 6 Release 7 (in the works)
SIP

3GPP

TIA TTA CCSA ARIB TTC

IS95 3GPP2 CDMA2000

IMS

IMS Core Network Standards

MMD
SIP

X.S 0013-0v1.0 X.S 0013-A v1.0

IETF

Where is IMS going? - A timeline
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Standards
Release 5 Release 6 Release 7

Capabilities Basic Arch & Reference Pts

Services, WiFi

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