By Emmanuel Bertin, Noel Crespi, Guy Pujolle(auth.)
Communication prone are evolving at an remarkable fee. now not constrained to interpersonal vocal verbal exchange, they now combine services reminiscent of deal with books, content material sharing and messaging. The emergence of social networks – which could additionally comprise those positive factors – is a vital portion of this alteration. content material companies have gotten flagship providers themselves, and are often paired up with dialog providers. the bounds among diverse providers have gotten much less and not more exact. This ebook meets the necessity for a greater realizing of conversation providers, and for a common framework in their description.
A designated review on carrier structure within the Telco, internet and IT worlds is gifted, providing a roadmap with reasons on how one can increase the structure and governance of verbal exchange provider architectures through exploiting the syntax and semantics which are universal to assorted prone is obviously defined. This booklet additionally responds to habitual questions on carrier layout, comparable to the sensible scope of enablers or SOA (Service orientated structure) prone, the relevance of carrier composition to the person and collaboration among varied companies in a converged setting. Many concrete examples from telecoms provider companies’ operations illustrate those concepts.
1. Describing carrier Architectures.
2. Convergence of Service.
3. development an Architectural Framework for Telecom Services.
4. Modeling and Case Study.
5. Organizational and software program Applications.
Chapter 1 Describing provider Architectures (pages 1–33): Emmanuel Bertin, Noel Crespi and man Pujolle
Chapter 2 Convergence of provider (pages 35–75): Emmanuel Bertin, Noel Crespi and man Pujolle
Chapter three development an Architectural Framework for Telecom prone (pages 77–105): Emmanuel Bertin, Noel Crespi and man Pujolle
Chapter four Modeling and Case research (pages 107–209): Emmanuel Bertin, Noel Crespi and man Pujolle
Chapter five Organizational and software program purposes (pages 211–238): Emmanuel Bertin, Noel Crespi and man Pujolle
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7. 1. Point of view Logic Process Development Physical Objective Indicate the Indicate the Describe the Describe the Discover the service that the competition and static implementation key concepts of system is to synchronization organization of software onto the design and provide aspects of the of the hardware validation design software Architect, Architect, Architect, Architect, user, designer, developer, designer developer integrator manager Comprehension Stakeholders Concerns Architect, user Functionalities Performance, Organization, Scalability, availability, etc.
Org/servery/) have studied what IMS (and thus also network convergence) brings to service convergence. The results, although interesting, do not show a decisive contribution from the IMS to service convergence, for reasons that are, in our opinion, related to the specification process of the NGN discussed above. 4.
In 2002, the following phrase was written by Jean-Yves Cochennec, vice chair of the SG13 commission at the ITU-T, in an article aiming to popularize the work being carried out around the NGN [COC 02]: To face the explosion of user demand for new services, NGN should support the provision of all kinds of services. 2. NGN architecture This quotation illustrates the lack of a clear requirement for the services that would be offered by the NGN. In other words, the NGN was not developed to respond to precise service needs but to be generic and independent of the services offered.
Architecture and Governance for Communication Services by Emmanuel Bertin, Noel Crespi, Guy Pujolle(auth.)