IMS Training | IP Multimedia Subsystem Training
IMS Training | IP Multimedia Subsystem Training Course Project-Based
In this IMS Training | IP Multimedia Subsystem Training course, you will study IMS from all angles including the technology, status of wireless and wireline standards, key challenges posed by the technology, financial drivers for its adoption, deployment, and even security considerations. You will also study the issue of network policy and how the different levels and types of policies for QoS and admission control have important bearing on traffic engineering in the evolving networks. We will conclude with a look at the future of telecommunications networks, including a flat, all-IP infrastructure.
Communications networks are rapidly evolving into policy-based, packet-oriented networks designed to provide a particular quality-of-services (QoS) for subscribers while reducing the costs associated with capital expansions, network operations, and management. If you are involved with telecommunications engineering, deployment, strategy, marketing, or services creation, it is critical that you understand the technology and business implications of IMS.
With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.
Duration: 2-3 days
◾Identify the market trends that are currently shaping the evolution of fixed and wireless etworks.
◾List the key technology considerations that impact the evolution of networks.
◾Describe the major components of the IMS system and how they work together.
◾Describe how the traffic engineering of the evolving networks will require an understanding of the underlying network policies.
◾Historical perspective of wireless and wireline network evolution
◾Advantages and disadvantages of legacy technologies
◾IMS layers, concepts, and elements
◾Definitions/functions per node
◾IMS in GSM, CDMA, fixed and WiMAX networks
◾IMS key market trends
◾MPLS/DiffServ and packet networks overview
IMS: A Functional Study
◾Overview of services
◾SCIM and composite services
◾Quality of Service (QoS)
◾Third party policy
◾Mobile to land
◾Land to mobile
◾2G mobile to 3G VoIP/IMS mobile
◾3G VoIP/IMS mobile to 2G Mobile
◾2G SMS to 3G/IMS SMS
Current Standards Work and Challenges
◾RAN performance requirements
◾Session based QoS
◾Non-SIP and legacy applications and admission control
◾Voice call continuity
◾IMS centralized services
◾Putting it all together
◾End game, economics, strategy, financial drivers
◾Future of mobile networking
◾Q/A and Evaluations
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