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Figure 1-22 Boiled-down IXC network
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user solutions, the migration could happen faster Table 1-2 and 1-3 also establish the ultimate baseline for VoP services; once again, the best course of action would be to enlarge the application scope in order to increase the opportunity space It should be noted, however, that at the time of this writing, the maturity of MPLS equipment in general, when measured in terms of carrier class reliability, features set, and OAM&P support, and VoMPLS in particular leave a lot to be desired Much more work is needed in VoMPLS, for example, at both the theoretical level and in terms of implementation A carrier could decide that at this time, VoATM has nearly a decade of maturity under its belt, and VoIP has five years of maturity Yet, MPLS enjoys certain attributes that, prima facie, make it a better technology to support packetized voice applications than pure IP Therefore, developers and vendors should proceed to bring forth VoMPLS technologies and products, but must
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1XCs
Region/LATA
Figure 1-23 Boiled-down ILEC network
LD tandem CITY 2
to SS7 Local tandem to SS7 Local tandem CITY 3
to SS7 LD tandem to SS7 CITY 1 Class 5 (~1 million lines) 20 100K lines High-user trunk 20 100K lines Local tandem Local tandem
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IXC1 IXC2 IXC3
Class 5 Local tandem Class 5
to SS7 WEST SECTOR 20 100K DOWNTOWN lines SECTOR EAST SECTOR CLEC 1 CLEC 2
20 100K lines
Note: DCS, ADM, channel banks not shown
Figure 1-24 Possible IXC transition timetable for VoMPLS
VoMPLS Penetration Phase 1
AREA 1 (eg WEST)
AREA 2 (eg Mountain)
AREA 3
AREA 4 TIER 1: National
VoMPLS Penetration Phase 2
VoMPLS Penetration Phase 3
TIER 2: Regional
State State State 5 6 7 State 10
TIER 3: Metro Tandems
State 1 (eg NJ)
State 2 (eg NY)
Time
Table 1-2 Market Segments
Current market size Market growth projections Impact on telephony network usage Service access requirements Computer to Computer 15 million users Poor Computer to Phone 15 million users Poor
1
Phone to Phone 800 million users Good
None
None
High
High
High
None
Table 1-3 Traffic Characteristics
Typical telephone user
Duration and Volume 6 hrs/mo 8 Kbps duplex 30 hrs/mo 56 Kbps downstream 4 Kbps upstream 50 hrs/mo 1 Mbps downstream 56 Kbps upstream
Bandwidth per Month 350 Mb ( 44 MB)
Current Internet user
65 Gb ( 08 GB)
Future Internet user
190 Gb ( 24 GB)
do so understanding the principles expounded in this book to be successful The order of importance of the development dollars should be as follows: 1 New applications must become possible with VoMPLS, thereby generating opportunities for new services and new revenues for example, CTI applications 2 Cost savings must be achieved by the carrier when using a packetized technology The focus needs to be in savings in the operations budget; equipment cost and transmission cost savings are secondary when a carrier already has hundreds if not thousands of working embedded equipment components of generation n-1 or n-2 3 Although the volume of data is 13 times that of voice in 2002 and it will be 23 times that of voice in 2006, voice still brings in about 80 percent of the revenues for carriers; therefore, voice is a desirable market to optimize with new technologies and/or penetrate
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4 New technologies have become available, which, because of their technological nicety, should be studied as to how they can be injected into the network in a cost-effective, revenue-enhancing fashion 5 An elegant, new integrated architecture becomes possible with packet technology A new does-it-all network that is based on a single approach supporting a gamut of services should be studied as to how it can be injected into the network in a cost-effective, revenue-enhancing fashion 6 IP and related protocols have become ubiquitous in the data arena It is desirable, therefore, to study the use IP for everything concept to determine if it can increase revenues for carriers 7 To avoid a transfer of wealth (market share) from the traditional telephony vendors to the new ones, traditional telephony vendors need to start making appropriate development investments at this time This chapter concludes with a retrospective review of the evolution of commercial VoP services during the eight years preceding publication of this text34 The legacy of this evolution sets the watermark for the potential of the VoP technology, at least in the near term
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