Business Models and Drivers for Next-Generation IMS Services

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Intl. Engineering Consortiu, 2007 - Business & Economics - 367 pages
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Examines the new implementations, evolution, and service-delivery strategies, along with success stories of IMS—an open, standardized, operator-friendly, next-generation multimedia architecture for mobile and fixed IP services. IMS holds great promise for the industry, especially as it merges with the internet and the cellular world—through fixed-line services and cellular technologies—to provide ubiquitous access, internet technologies, and appealing new services. The aim of IMS is not only to provide new services, but also to provide all current and future services that the internet provides.
 

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Contents

Alvarez del Pino Felipe
1
Network Migration to IMS at the Signaling Control Layer
19
IMS Architecture for 3G Mobile and PC AudioVideo Convergence
27
Evolution for Innovation
37
IMS as an Enabler for Enriched TV Services
45
Making IMS Keep Its Promises through OSS Service Management
53
Introduction to IMS
59
Trombone Routing Mitigation Techniques for IMSMMD Networks
75
IMS and UplinkOriented Services
155
Adoption and Deployment
173
An Optimized IMS Architecture
189
Grid Services over IP Multimedia Subsystem
209
Architectural Choices in a Changing Market
229
Secure Access to IMS Services Based on Generic Bootstrapping Architecture
249
IPBased Telecommunication Services
267
Peering Roaming and Security Part Two
287

The Ideal Platform for Delivering New Personalized and Blended Services
87
Transforming Service Delivery via IMS
97
Managing Service Capability and Service Feature Interactions in the IMS of UMTS
105
Meet Economic and Technological Challenges through IMS
115
Intelligent Policy Management in the IMS Framework
127
The Importance of Standard IMS Architecture
133
IMS and the Challenges of New Platforms
139
Its Only Part of the Convergence Puzzle
149
IMS Evolution towards Future Service Platforms in the IMS of UMTS
305
IMSEnabled Access Networks
323
Quality of Service for IMS on Fixed Networks
331
Providing IMS Services to Legacy Network Endpoints
341
StandardsBased OSS for Accelerating Converged Services Delivery
351
The Return of the Legacy
359
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