Telecom Fundamentals for Non-Engineers
This course provides an introduction to the technologies and related applications of the telecommunications marketplace. Designed with the non-technical professional in mind, this course provides day-to-day examples and competitive markets of the industry. Open the door for new business investors by exploring the newest updated technologies and related applications. Most importantly, a telecom fundamental for non-engineers provides crucial insights into fast-changing and dynamic competitive telecom market, regulations and impact of new technologies.
Course Objectives


After successfully completing the course the student will explore and understand:

Ø Telecom Industry Market & Structure

Ø Regulations

Ø Offered Services and Service Providers

Ø Telecom Future Trends

Ø Business Intelligence

Ø Business and Operations Support Systems (BSS/OSS)

Ø Voice/ Data Communications

Ø Digital Networking

Ø IP / Internet Access

Ø xDSL & Related Applications (i.e. Broadband, IPTV, VOD, Splitters, etc…)

Ø Frame Relay and ATM

Ø Optical Networking

Ø Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)

Ø Mobile and Cellular Networks


Who Should Attend
This course is designed to provide a general overview for new investors, strategic, sales and marketing managers, data communications professionals, system/software application engineers and information systems engineers.
On-site & Public
2 days