To surprise and satisfy customers’ expectation, the course will allow you to plan for the next age of telecommunication services that will be characterized by several features, all of which have to be well supported due to the numerous imposed requirements and increased competition in the information networking arena..
The course will cover the following domains:
Ø NGNs and the Role of IMS
Ø IMS Basic Protocols: IETF SIP and Diameter
Ø IMS Standards
Ø IMS Application Server options
Ø IMS Applications and Service Enablers
Ø IMS Summary and Open Issues
The course signaling No.7 in GSM network is aimed to give the participants an overview of the structure and functions of the Signaling System No. 7 and its usage in the GSM network.
Softswitch are software products that can replace highly expensive hardware in VoIP systems. After completed this course the participants will be able to understand carrier-grade softswitch concepts and how softswitch is implemented, deployed and managed in today's networks. This course which explores softswitch applications, protocols and platforms, gives the attendees an inside look at the software.
Aimed at strategic network planners and system integrators at carriers and service providers, softswitch vendors, and at developers of high-value services, this course aims to help attendees understand how softswitch will affect their systems, services and vendors, and it explores how to get hardware-style quality, salability and signaling from a softswitch.
The course does an outstanding job of showing how softswitch technology and applications enable global service providers and carriers to optimize their networks and generate more revenue streams with new services and applications.
The 2-day training course: "Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) Fundamentals" provides in-depth coverage of VoIP and MGCP. Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) is a protocol used for controlling Voice over IP (VoIP) Gateways from external call control elements. MGCP is the emerging protocol that is receiving wide interest from both the voice and data industries. MGCP and Megaco / H.248 are control protocols designed to be used between a Media Gateway Controller (MGC) or call agent and a media gateway (MG).