Video Networking Architecture and the Connected Home

Video Networking
Architecture and the
Connected Home
BRKVID-2005
Ivar Beljaars
Sr Business Development Manager – Connected Home
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Agenda
Cisco’s Vision on a Video Enabled Connected Home
Scope of the Connected Home
Quality of Experience in the Connected Home
Connected Home Architectures & Design
Management of Connected Home Services
Connected Home Portfolio and products future's
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Vision on a Video
Enabled Connected
Home
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Bundled Services are not yet Converged
and are Complex
Home Networking 1.0 is primarily
concerned with productivity:
Access to the Internet
Share an internet connection
Do office work at home and
homework for school
However, it was not “living
room friendly”
Use network to share printers
No innovative Industrial Design
Not easy to install
Difficult to manage
Content stored in many different
locations and formats
Comprised of independent devices
that may or may not work together
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Next Generation Home Network is
Being Formed by New Market Dynamics
Broadband IP
Platform
New Business
Models
More Homes
More Bandwidth
New Consumer
Requirements
Waves of New
Consumer Applications
• Personalized
• On demand
• Device of choice
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Home Networking 2.0 is the Next Wave of
the Connected Life
HN1.0
Sharing the internet
with multiple PCs
Mobility in the home
HN2.0
Seamless access and
distribution of content to any
device from any location:
Device/protocol
interoperability
Sharing printing and storage
Content virtualization
Open eco system to allow
third party CE devices to
access the network platform
New communication and
entertainment devices
Better consumer experience
with easy set-up and
management
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Services enabled by
HN2.0
Video is most immersive,
media for entertainment,
communications
and information
Premium and User
Generated video content on
TV, PC & Mobile Phones
Accessing increasing
numbers of networkedbased applications vs.
PC-based
Optimized for 3-screens
(TV, PC, mobile)
Home control/automation
driving energy savings and
convenience
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From Device Centric to Network Centric
Mobile
Communicator
Existing SP Service Nodes
MP3
Networked
Audio
Computers
Cisco Home
Network
Picture
Frame
Mobiles
Digital
Cameras
TV and Home
Theater
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Gaming
Console and
Portables
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The Network as the Platform in the Home
Setup/
Mgt.
Security/
Parental
Control
Premium
Video
Remote
Access
Storage/
Backup
Personal
Video
Photo
Music
Home
Monitor
Gaming
Applications and Content
Setup/
Management
EON (QoS)
Content
Virtualization
Remote
Access
Cisco Software Platform
Network
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Scope of the
Connected Home
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Connected Home House of Cards
Complexity Stifles Consumer Purchase Decisions & Experiences
User
Capabilities
User
Devices
Audio, Video
Playback
TV
Interpersonal
Communications
Gaming
Digital
Media
Appliances
Game
Console
Audio
Content
Storage and
Rendering
Photo
Viewing
Mobile Phone
Telephone
Video Phone
Set Top
Box
Content
Sharing
Photo
Capture
IP
Camera
Video
Capture
Digital Camera
Video Camera
Personal
Computer
and
Peripherals
Residential Gateway
Protocols
Security
DSL Modem
Media Formats
Cable / Satellite
TV Network
Network
“Cloud”
Content
Editing
Network Storage
Cable Modem
Software I/F
Web
Apps
IP Phone
Digital Media
Adapter
Home
Network
Infrastructure
Home
Control
DRM
Home / CPE
Metadata
Tools
Network
Wireless
Telephony
Fixed Telephony
Internet
Cable / Satellite
Content
Aggregation
Aggregation
Content
And
Services
Advertisers
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TV
Movies
Internet Video
Gaming Content
Aggregation
Music
Radio
Podcasts
TV Advertisers
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News
Commerce
Social Networking
Radio Advertisers
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Wireless Carrier
Content
Aggregation
Internet Content
Aggregation Sites
E-Mail
Telephony
Messaging
Internet Advertisers
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NETWORK
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Remote
Access
Storage/
Backup
Home Monitor
Premium
Video
Communications
Music
Photos
IP Cameras
Video
Voice
Management
SERVICES AND
MIDDLEWARE
SERVICES
APPLICATOINS
& CONTENT
Connected Home Architecture
uPnP / DLNA 1.5
Network
Services and
Middleware
Discovery
Security
QoS
DRM
Content Indexing
Admission Control
Remote Access
Layer 3 Routing Services & Advanced Network Features (IPv6, QoS, Multicast)
xDSL
DOCSIS
Fiber
Ethernet Wireless
Access Network
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802.11x
MoCA
HomePlug Ethernet
HPNA
InIn-Home Distribution Network
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Quality of Experience
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Foundation for Unified Personal Service Delivery
Current State
Future State
Network
Unified User Interface Generation by leveraging
Embedded Adobe Flash™/Flex™ Technology
Centralize Application & Content Management on
potential series of devices
Integrated On-Line Personal Services into the same
platform for scalability, consistency and ease of use
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Role of Content in the Home
The Connected
Home
becomes one
big Content
Source
Content
Virtualization &
Indexing required
to help the
consumer use
content flexibly
More and more
Content
Generating
Devices ,
mobile phones,
cam’s etc
Social
Networking
drive need for
Content
Streaming of
Home Grown
Content in the
Home
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Central Storage
Function in the
Connected Home
for personal
content
Optimized
Content
Streaming and
handling of DRM
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Quality of Experience
Common Mistakes with the definition of Quality of
Experience
Quality of Service = User Experience
Quality of Service = User Preference
Quality of Service = Use Case
Quality of Service = Owned by Service Providers
Quality of Service = Does not have interest of Consumers
Quality of Service = Consumers are willing to pay for
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User Experience in Video Use Cases
Examples
I have a Video File on my PC and want to view on another PC
I have a Video File on my PC and want to view on my TV in the
Livingroom
I have a Video File on my PC and want to view on my TV in the
Master Bedroom
I have a Video File on my WiFi enable Mobile Phone and want
to store it on my NAS
I have a Video File on my Mobile Phone and want to view on
my TV in the Livingroom
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Content Storage & Streaming in the Home
Streaming
Storage
UPnP
Can reside in
any device, but
primary
devices for
central storage
Indexing &
Virtualization
optimized in a
MediaHub
Computer 1
DLNA 1.5
Laptop 1
Game Console
Digital
Camera
From Central
Storage
Device
Internet
Radio
Transcoding/ IP Services
GW
Transrating
Services on the
Fly
DMA / STB
PVR
MediaHub
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Video Enabled Connected Home example
Digital
Camera
Computer
MediaHub
Internet Radio
IP Services
GW
DMA / STB
PVR
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Connected Home
Architecture & Design
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NETWORK
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Remote
Access
Storage/
Backup
Home Monitor
Premium
Video
Communications
Music
Photos
IP Cameras
Video
Voice
Management
SERVICES AND
MIDDLEWARE
SERVICES
APPLICATOINS
& CONTENT
Connected Home Architecture
uPnP / DLNA 1.5
Network
Services and
Middleware
Discovery
Security
QoS
DRM
Content Indexing
Admission Control
Remote Access
Layer 3 Routing Services & Advanced Network Features (IPv6, QoS, Multicast)
xDSL
DOCSIS
Fiber
Ethernet Wireless
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802.11x
MoCA
HomePlug Ethernet
HPNA
InIn-Home Distribution Network
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Connected Home Design Considerations
Video Services, Content Streaming and Social networking
drive the need for more bandwidth and control
Coverage and range should be the 1st and major concern
Importance of Speed is only relevant if there is connectivity!
Caveats with Usage Model
Connectivity
Dead spots
Building structure
Bandwidth
Reliability
Error rates
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Home Networking Design Consideration
Key Technologies
Services
Support
Operations
Devices
Services
Devices
Operations
Support
More Device
More Locations
More Bandwidth
More Communication
Add-On
Integration
CPE
No-Wiring
Time To Install
Zero Touch
Bundling
Personalized
On demand
Device of choice
Troubleshooting
RGW
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Home Networking Technologies
HPNAv3
HPNAv3
Max
MaxPHY
PHY
Data
Rate
Data Rate
300 Mbps today,
600 Mbps
tomorrow
Likely
LikelyUsable
Usable
Throughput
Throughput
Range
Range
30-170 Mbps
Reliability
Reliability
Some homes
have
unpredictable
wireless
characteristics
Physical
Physical
Medium
Medium
Wireless
Status
Status
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270 Mbps
57-125 Mbps
50-70 Mbps
240 Mbps
~ 80 Mbps
90% of homes Throughput depends
Re-emerged
received 90
on loop length and
through support
Mbps or more
home power line
from AT&T
based on field
condition.
trials
Coax
Final standard
Standard
expected CY09.
Finalized.
Products
Products
available today. available today
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today, 600
Mbps tomorrow
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Power Lines
Standard Finalized.
IEEE 1901 (Dec 08)
Products available
today
Twisted
Pair/Coax
Standard
Finalized.
Products
available today
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NETWORK
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Remote
Access
Storage/
Backup
Home Monitor
Premium
Video
Communications
Music
Photos
IP Cameras
Video
Voice
Management
SERVICES AND
MIDDLEWARE
SERVICES
APPLICATOINS
& CONTENT
Connected Home Architecture
uPnP / DLNA 1.5
Network
Services and
Middleware
Discovery
Security
QoS
DRM
Content Indexing
Admission Control
Remote Access
Layer 3 Routing Services & Advanced Network Features (IPv6, QoS, Multicast)
xDSL
DOCSIS
Fiber
Ethernet Wireless
Access Network
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802.11x
MoCA
HomePlug Ethernet
HPNA
InIn-Home Distribution Network
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Content Virtualization
Crawl and index Media Content from devices on the LAN
Serve aggregated content to device on the LAN or WAN using Remote
Access
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Our Network - Content Virtualization through
Protocol Interoperability
Cisco Protocol Proxy
Protocol
Bonjour
BlueTooth
ActiveX
UPnP
Scan for Bonjour Content
Device
UPnP
UPnP
Scan for UPnP Content
Laptop
Cell Phone
IP Camera
NAS
Home Sensor
Laptop
TV
Apple
Nokia
Motorola
Samsung
LG
Linksys
D-Link
NetGear
…..
Cisco
D-Link
NetGear
Lacie
D-Link
Linksys
ZenSys
Dell
HP
IBM
Acer
Philips
Samsung
Pioneer
Sony
Vendor
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Our Network - Content Virtualization through
Protocol Interoperability
Meta Data
Server
Meta Data
Meta Data Aggregation
TransCoding
MP4AVC
H.264
/ TransRating
Cisco Protocol Proxy
Protocol
Bonjour
BlueTooth
ActiveX
UPnP
UPnP
Apple Laptop
Cell Phone
IP Camera
NAS
Home Sensor
Win. Laptop
TV
Apple
Nokia
Motorola
Samsung
LG
Linksys
D-Link
NetGear
…..
Cisco
D-Link
NetGear
Lacie
D-Link
Linksys
ZenSys
Dell
HP
IBM
Acer
Philips
Samsung
Pioneer
Sony
Vendor
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Z-Wave Mesh
Windows Media File
Get Media
Device
UPnP
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Management of
Connected Home
Services
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Management of the Home for SPs
Management for
Service Providers
BBF Forum , TR-069 Based
Remote Management
Std Data Models for variety of devices
Support SP Supply Business Model Only
Challenges for BBF implementations
Proprietary Vendor Specifics
Support Retail Devices
Non-IP Managed Devices
Diagnostics
Customer Self Care
Self-Care
for Consumers
Consumer is willing to do Self-Care,
negative experience with call centers.
Consumer Challenges
Devices do NOT provide visible diag…
Problem could reside anywhere
Lack of tools and source for info
PC Centric Tools available but complex
Reduce OPEX and Increase customer satisfaction
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Management of the Connected Home
Service Provider
Objectives
The challenges for
Operators
Service Activation
Cost of Management &
End User Support
Low Support Cost
Scalable Solution for
managing millions of end
customers
Firmware Upgrades
Remote Control
…
Increased ^3 on remote
devices beyond the
Gateway
Standard
Implementations
IPTV
PC
Cross Vendor Support
Voice
Gaming
NAS
Consumer
Satisfaction
Easy to Install
Easy to use
Remote Assistance
Self-Care
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Cross Platform
Support
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Home Network Management
Bridging LAN and WAN management approaches
• Residential Gateway
– Auto-discovers in-home network topology and devices.
– Bridges WAN based management protocols to the home
network
– Extends reach to mange in-home devices
• Firmware and Software Management
– Firmware Upgrade
– Software Provisioning (install/upgrade/uninstall)
– Software Management/control (Start/Stop)
• Device Configuration
Reference: Nikolaidis et al. IEEE
Communications Magazine October 2007
– Device Configuration
– Backup & Restore
• Diagnostics and Performance Monitoring for devices
and home network links
– Device Diagnostics
– Link Diagnostics
– Performance Monitoring
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The Big Picture: DSLHome Technical WG
OSS/BSS
IP STB
TR-121,
TR-121, TR-123:
TR-123:
TR-069
TR-069
Implementation
Implementation &
&
Interoperability
Interoperability
TR-98,
TR-98, TR-133:
TR-133:
Quality
Quality of
of
Service
Service
Extensions
Extensions
Policy
TR-131,
TR-131, TR-132:
TR-132:
ACS
Northbound
ACS Northbound
Interface
Interface
TR-069:
TR-069: WAN-side
WAN-side
CPE
CPE Mgmt
Mgmt
Residential
Gateway (RG)
Auto-Configuration
Server (ACS)
Call
Center
TR-068,
TR-068, WT-124,
WT-124,
RG
Requirements
RG Requirements
TR-122:
TR-122: Voice
Voice ATA
ATA
Requirements
Requirements
TR-094:
TR-094: HN
HN MultiMultiService
Delivery
Service Delivery
Framework
Framework
TR-110:
TR-110: VoIP
VoIP
Reference
Reference
Models
Models
TR-064:
TR-064: LAN
LAN
side
CPE
side CPE
Mgmt
Mgmt
TR-135:
TR-135: STB
STB
Object
model
Object model
TR-106:
TR-106: Common
Common
Data
Model
Data Model
Template
Template
TR-111:
TR-111: Remote
Remote Mgmt
Mgmt
of
of home
home devices
devices
(TR-069
pass-thru)
(TR-069 pass-thru)
VoIP
TR-104:
TR-104: VoIP
VoIP
Object
Model
Object Model
WT-142:
WT-142: Framework
Framework
PON
Mgt
PON
Mgt
TR-140:
TR-140: NAS
NAS Data
Data
Model
Model
Home Storage
Server
Gaming Console
TR-107:
TR-107: TR-069v2
TR-069v2
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Graphics supplied by Motive
DSL/Voice CPE Management Overview
•TR-064: LAN-side CPE Configuration
UPnP compatible solution for management
•TR-069: WAN-side CPE Management
Communications protocol between CPE and Auto-Configuration
Server (ACS)
TR-104 extends protocol for voice provisioning
TR-69
TR-64
Broadband
Broadband
Network
Network
Home
LAN
PC
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Residential Gateway
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TR-069 CPE Management Capabilities
CPE Discovery and Authentication
Configuration Management
Pre-provision device “template” before subscriber does selfinstall
Provide initial configuration to CPE
Perform ongoing configuration checks and update
Change configuration as new services are added
Firmware Management
Continuing version verification
Remote firmware update based on SP determined rules
Customer Support
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Diagnostic, performance, and status information from CPE
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Connected Home
Product Future
Directions
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New Product Leadership
Media Hub
Virtualize all of your digital music library, photos, and videos
Access all your content throughout your home
View and listen to your all of your digital photos, music
and videos
Automatically backup your PCs and laptops
Remotely access your pictures, music and videos from
anywhere in the world through an internet browser
Wireless Home Audio
Unlock your digital music, iPod, and Internet music from your PC
and stream it to any room
WiFi touch-screen controller puts millions of songs at your fingertips
Full range of products, built on industry standard Wireless N
and UPNP
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Media Hub
Media Hub
Virtualize all of your digital music library,
photos, and videos
Access all your content throughout your home
View and listen to your all of your digital
photos, music and videos
Automatically backup your PCs and laptops
Remotely access your pictures, music and
videos from anywhere in the world through an
internet browser
Very Low Noise Level
Extreme Focus on Ease of Use
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Media Hub 410 (NMH410)
Pre-Installed 1 Terabyte (TB) hard drive, and one extra hard drive slot for
expansion
Features LCD interface and flash memory card slots for direct copy of
Digital Media allowing PC-less copy from Flash Media Reader to
NMH410‘s internal disks
Centralized storage of digital photos, music, video, and other files
No need to remember which PC has a specific photo or song
Accessible by any PC connected to your home network
Allows playback on any PC connected to your home network
DLNA 1.5 certified and Streams media to Xbox 360 and UPnP DMA
iTunes users can stream media content from the
built-in iTunes sharing server on the NMH
Expand storage by adding additional internal SATA
hard disk or external USB hard drives
No dedicated PC required
Automatic or on-demand backup of PCs
Access to NMH from outside your home (remote access)
FCS Date December 30, 2008
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Whole Home Audio
Whole Home Audio
Listen to your favorite Music in wirelessly in every room
Enjoy the freedom of Internet Radio Stations
Plays all types of Audio Music Formats incl your favorite iTunes
Various models for every type of home environment
Interactive and Intuitive user experience in selecting your Audio
Easy to use and expand your Digital Entertainment
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Wireless Home Audio
Controllers/Players
Accessories
DMSPK50
Speakers
DMC350
Conductor
DMRIR500
IR Remote
DMC250
Director
DMRW1000
Wireless-N
Controller
MCC-i40
Docking
Station for
iPod
DMP100
Player
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Cisco Media Player / Cisco Media Server
Application suite sets up and controls your WHA ecosystem by indexing your PC
music library, and managing multiple zones in your home
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