Monthly Archives: August 2012

Changing the Service Creation Paradigm

Service creation is a growing focus among service providers in both wireless and wireline networks. Each group is faced with new challenges and some common dynamics affecting both sides of the industry. Reduced top-line revenue among wireline carriers and a … Continue reading

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Role and Importance of the IMS Control Plane

The IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Control Plane contains all the call control and authentication functions for call setup, handoffs, and billing recording. The two most important Control Plane functions are the HSS (Home Subscriber Server) and the CSCF (Call Session … Continue reading

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Policy and QoS are the Key for Premium Services with IMS

Quality of Service and Resource Allocation are critical. IMS requires the carrier to have greater control over their network resources: Offering multimedia services on fixed-line networks and mirroring the fixed-line experience through mobile networks requires several capabilities not yet present … Continue reading

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Convergence of Features will Progress over Time

IMS is a model architecture that carriers will slowly move to adopt in stages. Just as the architecture will evolve and scale gradually, so will the degree of convergence that is achieved over time. Stage 1:  Price bundling of existing … Continue reading

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Augmented Reality (AR) in Construction Industry

Augmented Reality (AR) technologies allow computer-generated content to be superimposed over a live camera view of the real world. Although AR is still a very promising technology, currently only a few commercial applications for industrial purposes exploit the potential of … Continue reading

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The Future of Data and the Need for Self Organizing Networks (SON)

In the future, mobile network operators will have to provide broadband data rates to an increasing number of users with lowest cost per bit and probably as flat rates, such as is known from fixed network providers. Inter-cell interference is … Continue reading

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Thought Matters – Not Business: What Gamification can bring with Thought

Gamification has already been proved an awesome marketing technique across the industry horizon. Study shows a multidimensional suitability regardless the application paradigm – any kind of digital solution can be Gamified. “Thought Matters – Not Business”. Exiting solutions can end … Continue reading

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