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NGN architectures, protocols, and services, Toni Janevski

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NGN architectures, protocols, and services
Title
NGN architectures, protocols, and services
Statement of responsibility
Toni Janevski
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Comprehensive coverage explaining the correlation and synergy between Next Generation Networks and the existing standardized technologiesThis book focuses on Next Generation Networks (NGN); in particular, on NGN architectures, protocols and services, including technologies, regulation and business aspects. NGN provides convergence between the traditional telecommunications and the Internet, and it is globally standardized by the ITU (International Telecommunication Union), where ITU is the United Nations specialized agency for Information and Communication Technologies - ICTs. The convergence towards the NGN is based on the Internet technologies, and the introductory chapters cover the Internet fundamentals of today, including architectures, protocols (IPv4, IPv6, TCP, DNS, etc.), Internet services (WWW, e-mail, BitTorrent, Skype, and more), as well as Internet governance. Further, the prerequisite for convergence of all ICT services over single network architectures is broadband access to the Internet. Hence, the book includes architectures of fixed broadband Internet access networks, such as DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) networks, cable networks, FTTH (Fiber To The Home), next generation passive and active optical networks, and metro Ethernet. It also covers network architectures for next generation (4G) mobile and wireless networks (LTE/LTE-Advanced, and Mobile WiMAX 2.0), then Fixed Mobile Convergence - FMC, next generation mobile services, as well as business and regulatory aspects for next generation mobile networks and services. Comprehensive coverage explaining the correlation and synergy between Next Generation Networks and the existing standardized technologies Focuses on Next Generation Networks (NGN) as defined by the ITU, including performance, service architectures and mechanisms, common IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem), control and signalling protocols used in NGN, security approaches, identity management, NGN Service Overlay Networks, and NGN business models Examines the most important NGN services, including QoS-enabled VoIP, IPTV over NGN, web services in NGN, peer-to-peer services, Ubiquitous Sensor Network (USN) services, VPN services in NGN, Internet of things and web of things Includes the transition towards NGN from the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Networks) and from the best-effort Internet via the same Internet access Explores advanced topics such as IPv6-based NGN, network virtualization, and future packet based networks, as well as business challenges and opportunities for the NGN evolved networks and services Essential reading for engineers and employees from regulatory bodies, government organisations, telecommunication companies, ICT companies"--
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Janevski, Toni
Dewey number
004.6
Index
index present
LC call number
TK5105.5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
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Computer networks
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NGN architectures, protocols, and services, Toni Janevski
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; About the Author; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Traditional Telecom World; 1.2.1 History of Telephony; 1.3 Public Switched Telephone Networks; 1.3.1 Pulse Code Modulation; 1.3.2 Architecture of the Telephone Network; 1.4 Signaling Network; 1.4.1 SS7 Architecture; 1.4.2 SS7 Protocol Model; 1.5 Transmission Systems; 1.5.1 Multiplexing of Digital Channels; 1.5.2 Time Division Multiplexing in PSTN; 1.6 Traditional Internet world; 1.6.1 History of the Internet; 1.6.2 Growth of the Internet; 1.6.3 Internet Architecture
  • 1.7 The Convergence of the Two Worlds: Next Generation Networks1.7.1 NGN Perspective of Telecom Operators; 1.7.2 When Will NGN Emerge?; 1.8 The Structure of This Book; References; Chapter 2 Internet Fundamentals by IETF; 2.1 Internet Architecture and IETF Standardization; 2.2 Fundamental Internet Protocols; 2.2.1 Internet Protocol Version 4; 2.2.2 Internet Protocol Version 6; 2.2.3 User Datagram Protocol; 2.2.4 Transmission Control Protocol; 2.2.5 Stream Control Transmission Protocol; 2.3 Addressing and Numbering; 2.3.1 IPv4 Addressing; 2.3.2 Network Address Translation
  • 2.3.3 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol2.3.4 Domain Name System; 2.3.5 ENUM; 2.3.6 IPv6 Addressing Architecture; 2.4 Internet Routing; 2.4.1 Routing Algorithms; 2.5 Client-Server Networking; 2.6 Peer-to-Peer Networking; 2.7 Best-Effort Internet Services; 2.7.1 Electronic Mail; 2.7.2 File Transfer Protocol; 2.7.3 World Wide Web; 2.7.4 Peer-to-Peer Services; 2.8 Internet Governance; References; Chapter 3 NGN Standards and Architectures; 3.1 Main Drivers to Next Generation Networks; 3.1.1 Fixed Broadband Internet Access; 3.1.2 Mobile Broadband Internet Access
  • 3.1.3 Convergence to IP-based Networks and Services3.1.4 End-User Drivers toward NGN; 3.1.5 Operator Drivers toward NGN; 3.2 ITU-T NGN Standards; 3.2.1 NGN Architectures; 3.2.2 End-to-End Quality of Service; 3.2.3 Security; 3.2.4 Generalized Mobility; 3.2.5 Network Control Architectures and Protocols; 3.2.6 Service Capabilities and Service Architectures; 3.2.7 Interoperability of Services and Networks in NGN; 3.2.8 Future Networks; 3.3 Standardization Synergy of ITU, IETF, 3GPP, and IEEE; 3.3.1 IETF Role; 3.3.2 ETSI Role; 3.3.3 3GPP Role; 3.3.4 IEEE Role; 3.4 All-IP Network Concept for NGN
  • 3.5 NGN Functional Architecture3.5.1 Transport Stratum Functions; 3.5.2 Transport Control Functions; 3.5.3 Service Stratum Functions; 3.5.4 Management Functions; 3.5.5 Identity Management Functions; 3.5.6 End-User Functions; 3.5.7 NGN Configuration and Topology; 3.6 NGN Control Architectures and Protocols; 3.6.1 Network Access Configuration Functional Entity; 3.6.2 Access Management Functional Entity; 3.6.3 Transport Location Management Functional Entity; 3.6.4 Transport Authentication and Authorization Functional Entity; 3.6.5 Transport User Profile Functional Entity
Control code
ocn876833687
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118607367
Lccn
2014014870
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)876833687
Label
NGN architectures, protocols, and services, Toni Janevski
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; About the Author; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Traditional Telecom World; 1.2.1 History of Telephony; 1.3 Public Switched Telephone Networks; 1.3.1 Pulse Code Modulation; 1.3.2 Architecture of the Telephone Network; 1.4 Signaling Network; 1.4.1 SS7 Architecture; 1.4.2 SS7 Protocol Model; 1.5 Transmission Systems; 1.5.1 Multiplexing of Digital Channels; 1.5.2 Time Division Multiplexing in PSTN; 1.6 Traditional Internet world; 1.6.1 History of the Internet; 1.6.2 Growth of the Internet; 1.6.3 Internet Architecture
  • 1.7 The Convergence of the Two Worlds: Next Generation Networks1.7.1 NGN Perspective of Telecom Operators; 1.7.2 When Will NGN Emerge?; 1.8 The Structure of This Book; References; Chapter 2 Internet Fundamentals by IETF; 2.1 Internet Architecture and IETF Standardization; 2.2 Fundamental Internet Protocols; 2.2.1 Internet Protocol Version 4; 2.2.2 Internet Protocol Version 6; 2.2.3 User Datagram Protocol; 2.2.4 Transmission Control Protocol; 2.2.5 Stream Control Transmission Protocol; 2.3 Addressing and Numbering; 2.3.1 IPv4 Addressing; 2.3.2 Network Address Translation
  • 2.3.3 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol2.3.4 Domain Name System; 2.3.5 ENUM; 2.3.6 IPv6 Addressing Architecture; 2.4 Internet Routing; 2.4.1 Routing Algorithms; 2.5 Client-Server Networking; 2.6 Peer-to-Peer Networking; 2.7 Best-Effort Internet Services; 2.7.1 Electronic Mail; 2.7.2 File Transfer Protocol; 2.7.3 World Wide Web; 2.7.4 Peer-to-Peer Services; 2.8 Internet Governance; References; Chapter 3 NGN Standards and Architectures; 3.1 Main Drivers to Next Generation Networks; 3.1.1 Fixed Broadband Internet Access; 3.1.2 Mobile Broadband Internet Access
  • 3.1.3 Convergence to IP-based Networks and Services3.1.4 End-User Drivers toward NGN; 3.1.5 Operator Drivers toward NGN; 3.2 ITU-T NGN Standards; 3.2.1 NGN Architectures; 3.2.2 End-to-End Quality of Service; 3.2.3 Security; 3.2.4 Generalized Mobility; 3.2.5 Network Control Architectures and Protocols; 3.2.6 Service Capabilities and Service Architectures; 3.2.7 Interoperability of Services and Networks in NGN; 3.2.8 Future Networks; 3.3 Standardization Synergy of ITU, IETF, 3GPP, and IEEE; 3.3.1 IETF Role; 3.3.2 ETSI Role; 3.3.3 3GPP Role; 3.3.4 IEEE Role; 3.4 All-IP Network Concept for NGN
  • 3.5 NGN Functional Architecture3.5.1 Transport Stratum Functions; 3.5.2 Transport Control Functions; 3.5.3 Service Stratum Functions; 3.5.4 Management Functions; 3.5.5 Identity Management Functions; 3.5.6 End-User Functions; 3.5.7 NGN Configuration and Topology; 3.6 NGN Control Architectures and Protocols; 3.6.1 Network Access Configuration Functional Entity; 3.6.2 Access Management Functional Entity; 3.6.3 Transport Location Management Functional Entity; 3.6.4 Transport Authentication and Authorization Functional Entity; 3.6.5 Transport User Profile Functional Entity
Control code
ocn876833687
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118607367
Lccn
2014014870
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)876833687

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