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Business Strategies for the Next-Generation Network

Business Strategies for the Next-Generation Network

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Nigel Seel
September 30, 2020

Carriers and service providers have united around the concept of the Next-Generation Network (NGN).  Although leveraging a broad basket of Internet technologies, the NGN is not being planned as the next-generation Internet. In its intention and architecture, it is more accurately described as...

Business Intelligence for Telecommunications

Business Intelligence for Telecommunications

1st Edition

Deepak Pareek
November 29, 2006

Bringing together market research reports, business analyst briefings, and technology references into one comprehensive volume, Business Intelligence for Telecommunications identifies those advances in both methods and technology that are being employed to inform decision-making and give companies...

Understanding IPTV

Understanding IPTV

1st Edition

Gilbert Held
October 25, 2006

Driven by a combination of technological improvements and commercial pressure, interest in IPTV services has increasingly grown. IPTV refers to the use of the Internet protocol required for delivery of television content. IPTV represents an emerging technology that could change the manner in which...

Architecting the Telecommunication Evolution: Toward Converged Network Services

Architecting the Telecommunication Evolution: Toward Converged Network Services

1st Edition

Vijay K. Gurbani, Xian-He Sun
September 12, 2006

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) uses services as the baseline for developing new architectures and applications, as networks are built specifically to satisfy service requirements. Most services are currently handled over different networks, but newer services will soon require cross-network...

WiMAX: Taking Wireless to the MAX

WiMAX: Taking Wireless to the MAX

1st Edition

Deepak Pareek
May 30, 2006

With market value expected to reach $5 billion by 2007 and the endorsement of some of the biggest names in telecommunications, World Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) is poised to change the broadband wireless landscape. But how much of WiMAX's touted potential is merely hype? Now that...

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