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  1. Session 7“Home Network Services Today and Tomorrow”Conclusions & Recommendations Sakae OKUBO Waseda University Chairman of WP2 in ITU-T SG16

  2. Presentations in Session • Review of Home Network Services based on Open Services Gateway Michal Lisiecki - Telekomunikacja Polska, Poland • Home Server/Network System toward Digital Broadcasting Keiichi Murakami - Fujitsu Labs, Japan • Service and System Model for Interworking in Home Network Environment Keiichi Hibi - Sharp, Japan • Integrating Cellular and VoIP Services Using In-Home Wireless Technologies Ed. Miller - CableLabs, USA

  3. Highlights from Presentation 1“Review of Home Network Services based on Open Services Gateway” • Home services are delivered by gateways based on OSGi specifications • Some relevant European projects on the home services based on OSGi specifications

  4. Highlights from Presentation 2“Home Server/Network System toward Digital Broadcasting” • Introduction of home server/network-related TC100 activities • PC is leading the home network with network media player • Broadcasting services based on home server will drive gateway function between in-house network and access network • DRM is the key issue for A/V network deployment

  5. Highlights from Presentation 3“Service and System Model for Interworking in Home Network Environment” • Overview of standardization activity for interworking in DHF (Digital Home-networking Forum) • Home Network should be “network” rather than “link” for exchanging data between devices. • Focus is given to directory service for discovery of service and device • ITU-T SG16 is extending scope to multimedia systems in home network. • More standardization is needed on service integration, new services, NGN

  6. Highlights from Presentation 4“Integrating Cellular and VoIP Services Using In-Home Wireless Technologies” • Cellular subscribers are increasingly using their cell phones at home, wireless substitution for wireline telephony will likely drive home-based usage even further • Use of in-home wireless technologies as the over-the-air interface for cell phones within the home will meet the rapidly increasing capacity demands in residential areas • Integration with a Broadband Voice over IP network provides a signaling and transport mechanism for the voice traffic, as well as enables a variety of interesting features

  7. Overview of issues in the session • Components of the home service provided in the home network environments are: • Internet access (web, e-mail, ….) • Audiovisual, including conventional and storage-based TV broadcasting • Telephone • Tele-control, appliance management, home security • Those components should be provided not only separately but also combined seamlessly to form integrated home services.

  8. Recommendations • Write more scenarios of the integrated service that capitalize on the availability of the mentioned component services, such as a service merging broadcasting and telecommunication • From those service descriptions, derive requirements to the home networking architecture.

  9. Follow-up actions • Go back to each Study Group with the given information and views, and study on issues specific to the SG in the home networking and home services area • In ITU-T SG16, consider multimedia services in the home network environments, add H.300-series system as a component • Consider if the current H.300-series specifications are sufficient for the home network use, for example any problems involved in the communication via the home gateway

  10. Conclusion • This workshop has provided various ideas surrounding the home services as a good stimulus for exploring new multimedia services and systems in SG16 (or its successor) • Many thanks to the four speakers, Michal Lisiecki, Keiichi Murakami, Keiichi Hibi and Ed Miller, for their valuable information and insight