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22 November 2005 Interactive Mobile TV: IoN Proof of Concept Demonstrator Paul Pangalos King’s College London. Proof of Concept Demonstrator. Proof of Concept Demonstrator. A portable platform that demonstrates the basic interworking concepts and functionalities. Objective. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Interactive Mobile TV: IoN Proof of Concept DemonstratorPaul Pangalos
Demonstrator
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
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Objective
Aim
To validate the interworking concepts, protocols and functionality at the higher layers
(i.e. network and application)
(King’s College London)
Relevant
Patents
Several patent filings pending, which are available royalty free to industry members of Mobile VCE
A portable platform that demonstrates the
basic interworking concepts and functionalities
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
Proof of Concept Demonstrator
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
WLAN Router
(Domain 1)
WLAN Router
(Domain 2)
Demo Architecture
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
3. Always Best Connected
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
2. Users request content from two different WLAN locations
3. Fake users introduced to complete batching
4. IoN Operations (Batching,Grouping,Network Selection,etc)
5. Content Delivery ( two different QoS flows)
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
IoN Real Time Web Monitor Interface
A Web page that shows the IoN operations in real time
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
HTTP://...
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
© 2004 Mobile VCE
Multimedia on Demand
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
2. Users request content from two different WLAN locations
3. Fake users introduced to complete batching
4. IoN Operations(Batching,Grouping,Network Selection,etc)
IoN Home
2
2
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
2. Users request content from two different WLAN locations
3. Fake users introduced to complete batching
4. IoN Operations(Batching,Grouping,Network Selection,etc)
IoN Home
3
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
2. Users request content from two different WLAN locations
3. Fake users introduced to complete batching
4. IoN Operations(Batching,Grouping,Network Selection,etc)
IoN Home
4
4
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
2. Users request content from two different WLAN locations
3. Fake users introduced to complete batching
4. IoN Operations(Batching,Grouping,Network Selection,etc)
IoN Home
5
5
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
Load Balancing
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
2. User request content
4. Fake users start requesting same content
5. IoN home gateway performs load balancing
6. Stream is upgraded and delivered through WLAN
IoN Home
2
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
2. User request content
4. Fake users start requesting same content
5. IoN home gateway performs load balancing
6. Stream is upgraded and delivered through WLAN
IoN Home
3
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
2. User request content
5. IoN home gateway performs load balancing
6. Stream is upgraded and delivered through WLAN
IoN Home
4
Whilst broadcasting networks are naturally suitable for “one-to-all” services, cellular networks were originally designed for personal interactive services. In order to widen the application availability and more importantly to increase resource utilization, in 2001 3GPP started a specification effort to enable efficient support for one-to-many services in UMTS. The system is called Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) ‎[11] and is still under development. MBMS is a unidirectional point-to-multipoint bearer service in which data is transmitted from a single source to multiple recipients in the mobile network. With this, UMTS will be equipped with IP multicast and broadcast capability. Indeed, new generations of mobile networks are adopting more IP-based protocols, moving towards an “all IP” core network and reflecting the global trend of convergence for both fixed and mobile data and telecommunications services. The convergence towards IP also encourages data broadcasting to be more IP-centric ‎[26]. In particular, the emerging DVB-H ‎[27] standard is targeting delivery of IP-based data and multimedia, using multiprotocol encapsulation (MPE) ‎[28], to mobile and other hand held terminals.
www.mobilevce.com
2. User request content
4. Fake users start requesting same content
5. IoN home gateway performs load balancing
6. Stream is upgraded and delivered through WLAN
IoN…