TR-069 - Facts & Figures From The Ovum Report 2015
TR-069 - The CPE WAN Management Protocol (CWMP)
CPE WAN Management Protocol (CWMP) TR-069 was designed by the Broadband Forum (BBF) to standardize management of devices. BBF´s Technical Reports (TRs) are strictly numbered documents, which are dependent on each other.
TR-069 encompasses secure auto-configuration and other CPE management functions within a common framework. It represents an Application Layer protocol, which usually communicates with an Auto-Configuration-Server (ACS).
Deliver A Competitive Service For Triple Play Offerings
Delivering a competitive (voice, video, data and wireless) service is an enormous technical, operational and business challenge for today’s service providers. To attract new customers as well as to reduce customer churn, service providers must be able to offer these services with the best user experience possible at a competitive price point.
On the other hand, efficient and effective Device Management is a challenging and sometimes elusive endeavour. The variety and number of devices which require management is constantly increasing!
Couple that with the need to support legacy systems and it becomes obvious that to absorb this dynamic growing complexity, a carrier-grade Device Management platform must not only
be scalable, but also
This is the motivation and claim of TR-069, which is one central building block in a carrier-grade Device Management solution architecture.
TR-069 Management Functions
Major TR-069 management functions are:
Device provisioning for internet access, WiFi, VoIP, video and data services
Quality of Service (QoS) management
Firmware upgrades management
Diagnostics and troubleshooting
Local management application
TR-069 Use Cases
Provisioning Of Complex Services Like
Multi-play service delivery
SIP and VoIP provisioning
Quality of Experience Management (QoE) For
Better decision making with
analytics and reporting
Proactive upfront problem resolution
Information on bandwidth utilization
Management Of All Kind Of Devices Like
Simple xDSL Remote Gateways (RG)
Set-top boxes (STBs) alongside the RG
Cable RGs and Fttx ONTs or
Even complex Business Routers (BR)
Southbound Interoperability For
of TR-069 capable devices
Support of multi-vendor device strategies
Integration of the legacy base of non-TR-69 devices
Northbound Integration Of OSS/BSS For
Order management systems to enable end-to-end service delivery
Heterogeneous Access Environments Like
xDSL and Fttx
Cable and satellite