Los Sistemas de Información (SI) y las Tecnologías de Información (TI) han cambiado la forma en que operan las empresas (Rico Bautista et al., ). A través. solución tendrán que desarrollar rápidamente una arquitectura IMS, única solución maneradesignadopor“NGN Multimedia” o“Next Generation Network”( . Generacion. (IP NGN). Habilitando la transicion hacia los Nuevos servicios personalizados y de Valor . Analogia con la arquitectura de IP NGN. H i g h w a y s.

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Huawei Video Resource Center. Netscout Video Resource Center. In the past couple of years, IMS has become one of the biggest buzzwords in the telecom industry because of its promise of enabling operators to roll out a multiplicity of new services rapidly and inexpensively even while cutting costs by consolidating networks, back office systems, and staff.

In other words, they represent a substantial proportion of traffic on current and future IP next-generation networks NGNs. Many telcos and service providers are beginning to specify — or are planning to specify — Tispan in their NGN rollouts, so Tispan is by no means just another vendor-inspired bandwagon.

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Indeed, a poll taken during the Webinar on which this report is based suggests that Tispan is hitting the right buttons on current concerns over NGN services. NGNs are increasingly seen as important tools in the future profitability of network and service providers. They are about network convergence and a common service portfolio, regardless of access mechanism. For its proponents, Tispan delivers the architecture on which NGNs will be based, at least initially.

Today, the network is the service. Tomorrow, the service is an individual application, and the network is merely the transport that needs to be controlled to support the application. Supporting this potentially huge diversification of the service provider and telco product portfolio requires an architecture and framework above and beyond the basic network nbn accelerating the delivery and management of applications.

Tispan is a step along the path to achieving this. The Point of Tispan Page 3: Details xrquitectura Tispan Release 1 Page 6: Tispan in Action Page 7: An archive of the Webinar may be viewed free of charge by clicking here.

About the Author — Tim Hills is a freelance telecommunications writer and journalist. He’s a regular author of Light Reading reports. The Point of Tispan.

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If you found this interesting or useful, please use the links to the services below to share it with other readers. You will need a free account with each service to share an item via that service. IMS Plus I’m just going by what’s in the article, but it seems gnn they are talking about putting the Internet on top of a bureaucraticly controlled system rather than putting a services system on top of the Internet.

Quotes like this are worrysome: I can see why telco’s would want this, but I’m not so sure that we want this. Educational Resources sponsor supplied content Carrier Ethernet 2.