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Published on August 2, 2007

Author: upstate

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Surf Communication Solutions provides of MoP (Media over Packet) Triple Play (Voice, Video, and Modem/Fax/Data) conversion solutions to communication equipment manufacturers. These solutions are provided in various integration levels: DSP software ; PTMC boards; DSP hardware/software; and PCI boards. http://www.surf-com.com
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Surf IWF for GSM/UMTS Networks

Presentation Highlights IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview IWF for GSM IWF for UMTS IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network) Diagnostics Tools for an IWF Voice/Video Capabilities SurfUP – Levels of Integration IWF Customers

IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview

IWF for GSM

IWF for UMTS

IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)

Diagnostics Tools for an IWF

Voice/Video Capabilities

SurfUP – Levels of Integration

IWF Customers

Presentation Highlights IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview IWF for GSM IWF for UMTS IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network) Diagnostics Tools for an IWF Voice/Video Capabilities SurfUP – Levels of Integration IWF Customers

IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview

IWF for GSM

IWF for UMTS

IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)

Diagnostics Tools for an IWF

Voice/Video Capabilities

SurfUP – Levels of Integration

IWF Customers

IWF Overview The IWF (Inter-Working Function) connects the circuit-switched data paths of a Mobile Network with a Fixed Network (PSTN/ISDN) The IWF is part of the MSC (Mobile Switching Center) The IWF performs the media processing, while the MSC performs the call control

The IWF (Inter-Working Function) connects the circuit-switched data paths of a Mobile Network with a Fixed Network (PSTN/ISDN)

The IWF is part of the MSC (Mobile Switching Center)

The IWF performs the media processing, while the MSC performs the call control

IWF: Connecting Mobile and Fixed Networks MSC IWF Control Mobile Core Network PSTN Fax Machine Mobile Terminal IUT-T V. Standards ETSI / 3GPP Standards Mobile Radio Network PSTN/ISDN 3.1K Audio Modem ISDN Modem

Presentation Highlights IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview IWF for GSM IWF for UMTS IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network) Diagnostics Tools for an IWF Voice/Video Capabilities SurfUP – Levels of Integration IWF Customers

IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview

IWF for GSM

IWF for UMTS

IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)

Diagnostics Tools for an IWF

Voice/Video Capabilities

SurfUP – Levels of Integration

IWF Customers

IWF for GSM Data goes from side-to-side within the DSP (application level is for configuring and monitoring) Data rates up to 14,400bps On the Mobile Side (up to 14,400bps) Mobile rate adaptation schemes, as defined by ETSI RLP Version 0 On the Fixed-Network side Modem: V.34 and fallbacks, V.42/V.42bis and fallbacks ISDN rate adaptation schemes 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) Transparent Fax, including mobile-to-mobile calls

Data goes from side-to-side within the DSP (application level is for configuring and monitoring)

Data rates up to 14,400bps

On the Mobile Side (up to 14,400bps)

Mobile rate adaptation schemes, as defined by ETSI

RLP Version 0

On the Fixed-Network side

Modem: V.34 and fallbacks, V.42/V.42bis and fallbacks

ISDN rate adaptation schemes

3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) Transparent Fax, including mobile-to-mobile calls

GSM IWF – Fax Call Example MSC IWF Control Mobile Core Network PSTN Fax Machine Mobile Terminal 1. Mobile terminal initiates a Teleservice FAX3 call to a PSTN Fax 2. The MSC configures one IWF circuit: A-TRAU on the MS, V.17 on the NW 4. The IWF synchronized towards the Fixed NW Fax (V.17) 3. The IWF synchronized towards the mobile terminal (A-TRAU) 5. Fax transmission (3GPP TS 43.045 / GSM 03.45) from the Mobile Station to the Fixed NW Fax ITU-T V.17 ETSI A-TRAU Fax transmission goes through the IWF Mobile Radio Network PSTN/ISDN 3.1K Audio Modem ISDN Modem

Fixed Network Protocol Stack ISDN: RDI and V.42bis over V.120 support are roadmap features M O D E M F A X I S D N ALaw/MuLaw V.34 and Fall-backs V.42/ Alternate Protocol V.42bis/MNP5 ALaw/MuLaw V.17, V.29, V.27ter, V.21 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) V.110 / V.120 (UDI)

ISDN: RDI and V.42bis over V.120 support are roadmap features

Mobile Side Protocol Stack M O B I L E L2R RLP Versions 0 or RA0 (Asynch to Synch) or None Modified V.110, A-TRAU

Full IWF for GSM Protocol Stack UDI V.110, V.120 I S D N V.34 and Fall-Backs ECDC M O D E M Modified V.110, A-TRAU V.17, V.29, V.27ter,V.21 Media Processing Signaling RLP V.0 or RA0 or None Towards Mobile side and fixed Network Side Applications 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) F A X M O B I L E DSP C64x Host FAX ISDN MODEM MOBILE

Presentation Highlights IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview IWF for GSM IWF for UMTS IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network) Diagnostics Tools for an IWF Voice/Video Capabilities SurfUP – Levels of Integration IWF Customers

IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview

IWF for GSM

IWF for UMTS

IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)

Diagnostics Tools for an IWF

Voice/Video Capabilities

SurfUP – Levels of Integration

IWF Customers

IWF for UMTS Surf IWF for UMTS supports: Mobile rate adaptation schemes defined by ETSI, including: HSCSD (High Speed Circuit Switched Data), and 3G connectivity (A-TRAU’) V.90 and fallback modem standards on a Fixed Network ISDN rate adaptation schemes 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) Transparent Fax, including mobile-to-mobile calls Data goes from side-to-side within the DSP (application level is for configuring and monitoring)

Surf IWF for UMTS supports:

Mobile rate adaptation schemes defined by ETSI, including:

HSCSD (High Speed Circuit Switched Data), and

3G connectivity (A-TRAU’)

V.90 and fallback modem standards on a Fixed Network

ISDN rate adaptation schemes

3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) Transparent Fax, including mobile-to-mobile calls

Data goes from side-to-side within the DSP (application level is for configuring and monitoring)

Fixed Network Protocol Stack ISDN: RDI and V.42bis over V.120 support are roadmap features M O D E M F A X I S D N ALaw/MuLaw V.90 and Fall-backs V.42/ Alternate Protocol V.42bis/MNP5 ALaw/MuLaw V.17, V.29, V.27ter, V.21 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) V.110 / V.120 (UDI)

ISDN: RDI and V.42bis over V.120 support are roadmap features

Mobile Side Protocol Stack M O B I L E V.42bis, L2R RLP Versions 0, 1, 2 or RA0 (Asynch to Synch) or None A-TRAU’ Modified V.110, A-TRAU (With HSCSD Support)

Full IWF for UMTS Protocol Stack UDI V.110, V.120 I S D N V.90 and Fall-Backs ECDC M O D E M Modified V.110, A-TRAU (HSCSD) V.17, V.29, V.27ter,V.21 Media Processing Signaling V.42bis/RLP V. 0, 1, 2 or RA0 Towards Mobile side and fixed Network Side Applications A-TRAU’ 3GPP TS 43.045 (GSM 03.45) F A X M O B I L E DSP C64x Host FAX ISDN MODEM MOBILE

Presentation Highlights IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview IWF for GSM IWF for UMTS IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network) Diagnostics Tools for an IWF Voice/Video Capabilities SurfUP – Levels of Integration IWF Customers

IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview

IWF for GSM

IWF for UMTS

IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)

Diagnostics Tools for an IWF

Voice/Video Capabilities

SurfUP – Levels of Integration

IWF Customers

IWF as Part of an NGN: Delivering the TDM Through the IP NW Gateway Gateway TDM Towards PSTN/ISDN TDM Towards PLMN TDM is Packed as an RTP Payload The TDM from the PSTN/ISDN and PLMN networks is packed as a RTP/UDP/IP payload The IWF in this configuration contains: Mobile side Fixed-Network side The front-ends to the IWF: VoIP Clear-Channel data (RFC 4040), sends/receives the TDM to/from the IP NW Mobile Terminal TDM is Packed as an RTP Payload IWF, as part of an NGN, provides End-to-End connectivity Dedicated IP Network Host IWF Control Mobile Core Network 3.1K Audio Modem

The TDM from the PSTN/ISDN and PLMN networks is packed as a RTP/UDP/IP payload

The IWF in this configuration contains:

Mobile side

Fixed-Network side

The front-ends to the IWF: VoIP Clear-Channel data (RFC 4040), sends/receives the TDM to/from the IP NW

Presentation Highlights IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview IWF for GSM IWF for UMTS IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network) Diagnostics Tools for an IWF Voice/Video Capabilities SurfUP – Levels of Integration IWF Customers

IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview

IWF for GSM

IWF for UMTS

IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)

Diagnostics Tools for an IWF

Voice/Video Capabilities

SurfUP – Levels of Integration

IWF Customers

Built-in Tools Radio-Link Simulation Simulates Radio-Link delay and handover effect on the TDM Particularly helpful in system integration and verification phases SurfDetect Enables the gathering of real-time binary and textual streaming diagnostics from multiple DSPs located on systems installed in the field Used for Deployed Systems For System Integration and Verification Phases For Deployed Systems

Radio-Link Simulation

Simulates Radio-Link delay and handover effect on the TDM

Particularly helpful in system integration and verification phases

SurfDetect

Enables the gathering of real-time binary and textual streaming diagnostics from multiple DSPs located on systems installed in the field

Used for Deployed Systems

Complementary Tool SurfInsight An expert system for decoding and analysis of Fax, Modem, Mobile Rate-Adaptation schemes and RLP A “must” tool for an IWF application – can indicate the problematic side (Fixed network or Mobile side) Used for System Verification Phase and for Deployed Systems For System Verification Phase and for Deployed Systems

SurfInsight

An expert system for decoding and analysis of Fax, Modem, Mobile Rate-Adaptation schemes and RLP

A “must” tool for an IWF application – can indicate the problematic side (Fixed network or Mobile side)

Used for System Verification Phase and for Deployed Systems

Presentation Highlights IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview IWF for GSM IWF for UMTS IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network) Diagnostics Tools for an IWF Voice/Video Capabilities SurfUP – Levels of Integration IWF Customers

IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview

IWF for GSM

IWF for UMTS

IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)

Diagnostics Tools for an IWF

Voice/Video Capabilities

SurfUP – Levels of Integration

IWF Customers

Video and Voice Capabilities SurfUP voice capabilities include an impressive list of supported vocoders for the IP and mobile networks: G.711, G.726, G.723.1a, G.729ab, G.729e, G.728 GSM-NB-AMR, GSM-FR, GSM-HR, GSM-EFR, Q-CELP13, EVRC, SMV Roadmap: G.722.2 (WB-AMR) SurfUP is also a video gateway system, supporting different video codecs and protocols for the mobile, PSTN and IP networks The logical termination point (to the PSTN/ISDN or IP) for a 3G-324M, a video mobile circuit-switched protocol, is within an IWF

SurfUP voice capabilities include an impressive list of supported vocoders for the IP and mobile networks:

G.711, G.726, G.723.1a, G.729ab, G.729e, G.728

GSM-NB-AMR, GSM-FR, GSM-HR, GSM-EFR, Q-CELP13, EVRC, SMV

Roadmap: G.722.2 (WB-AMR)

SurfUP is also a video gateway system, supporting different video codecs and protocols for the mobile, PSTN and IP networks

The logical termination point (to the PSTN/ISDN or IP) for a 3G-324M, a video mobile circuit-switched protocol, is within an IWF

Presentation Highlights IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview IWF for GSM IWF for UMTS IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network) Diagnostics Tools for an IWF Voice/Video Capabilities SurfUP – Levels of Integration IWF Customers

IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview

IWF for GSM

IWF for UMTS

IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)

Diagnostics Tools for an IWF

Voice/Video Capabilities

SurfUP – Levels of Integration

IWF Customers

SurfUP Levels of Integration: Chip Level STP-12 (based on C6412@720MHz) Density: Density of Full IWF Circuits, each one of them is capable of running both data and Fax Group 3 services. 15 Full IWF Circuits for both UMTS and GSM. 18 Full IWF Circuit for GSM only. Supports simultaneous TDM  IP I/F for VOIP gateway SurfDetect real-time streaming diagnostics from DSP Open Framework for integration of customer technology Same software can run also on other C64x based TI DSPs DSP Chip-Level Solution C64x-based

STP-12 (based on C6412@720MHz)

Density:

Density of Full IWF Circuits, each one of them is capable of running both data and Fax Group 3 services.

15 Full IWF Circuits for both UMTS and GSM.

18 Full IWF Circuit for GSM only.

Supports simultaneous TDM  IP I/F for VOIP gateway

SurfDetect real-time streaming diagnostics from DSP

Open Framework for integration of customer technology

Same software can run also on other C64x based TI DSPs

SurfUP Levels of Integration: Board Level SurfAce-112 Form Factor: PCI Number of STP-12 DSPs: 1 on board/2,4 or 8 with daughter card Interfaces: Ethernet E1/T1 (optional) PCI H.100 Density: Number of DSP’s * density of single STP-12 Software features: same as STP-12 Board-Level Solution

SurfAce-112

Form Factor: PCI

Number of STP-12 DSPs: 1 on board/2,4 or 8 with daughter card

Interfaces:

Ethernet

E1/T1 (optional)

PCI

H.100

Density:

Number of DSP’s * density of single STP-12

Software features: same as STP-12

SurfUP Levels of Integration: Board Level SurfRider-812/PTMC Form Factor: PTMC (cPCI mezzanine) Number of STP-12 DSPs: 2,4,or 8 Interfaces: Ethernet PCI H.100 Density: Number of DSP’s * density of single STP-12 Software features: same as STP-12 Board-Level Solution

SurfRider-812/PTMC

Form Factor: PTMC (cPCI mezzanine)

Number of STP-12 DSPs: 2,4,or 8

Interfaces:

Ethernet

PCI

H.100

Density:

Number of DSP’s * density of single STP-12

Software features: same as STP-12

Presentation Highlights IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview IWF for GSM IWF for UMTS IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network) Diagnostics Tools for an IWF Voice/Video Capabilities SurfUP – Levels of Integration IWF Customers

IWF (Inter-Working Function) Overview

IWF for GSM

IWF for UMTS

IWF as Part of a NGN (Next Generation Network)

Diagnostics Tools for an IWF

Voice/Video Capabilities

SurfUP – Levels of Integration

IWF Customers

Current Deployed IWF Customers The SurfIWF solution has already been deployed and tested in major accounts: 6 years deployment with a major customer on C54xx DSP 4 years deployment with a major customer on both C62xx and C64xx DSPs 3 years deployment with a major customer using C62xx DSP. The acceptance tests covered all the major ETSI IWF-related standards New major IWF customer using TI next-generation DSP New major IWF customer using the SurfRider-812/PTMC New IWF customer using the SurfAce-112/PCI New IWF for GSM customer using the SurfAce-112/PCI

The SurfIWF solution has already been deployed and tested in major accounts:

6 years deployment with a major customer on C54xx DSP

4 years deployment with a major customer on both C62xx and C64xx DSPs

3 years deployment with a major customer using C62xx DSP. The acceptance tests covered all the major ETSI IWF-related standards

New major IWF customer using TI next-generation DSP

New major IWF customer using the SurfRider-812/PTMC

New IWF customer using the SurfAce-112/PCI

New IWF for GSM customer using the SurfAce-112/PCI

Thank You www.surf-com.com

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