LS 118 102x - Regtops

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Course Name

3G
-
to
-
4G Migration Networks (NGN, IMS, IPTV)

Course Number

LS 118 102

Course Duration

5 days

Course Description

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 t
he information ne
tworking arena
.

The course will cover the following domains:



NGNs and the Role of IMS



IMS Basic Prot
ocols: IETF SIP and Diameter



IMS Standards



IMS Application Server options



IMS Appl
ications and Service Enablers



IMS Summary and Open Issues

Course
Objectives

The aim of this course is to focus on the IP Multimedia Subsystem
(IMS) as overly network in an NGN infrastructure, then to provide
an overview on the related service delivery platforms which
enable reuse of “Service Enablers” and

make service p
rovisioning
cheaper and faster. This will lead to reduce CAPEX and OPEX of
the network infrastructure. The course will include identification
of the new exposed business models and the developing process
for proceeding forward from near term convergence.

Target Audience

Telecom Operators, Regulators, and Service Providers.

Prerequisites

Telecom Background.



Course Modules

Module
-
1
-


NGNs and the Role of IMS



Converged Networks and related

Services and Business
models



The IT Factor: The evolution
of Service Delivery Platforms



Triple and quadruple p
lay as motivation for the IMS



Next generation networks (NGNs)


Definition and Standards
Overview (ITU
-
T, ATIS, ETSI TISPAN, 3GPP/3GPP2)

Module

-
2
-


IMS Basic P
rotocols: IETF SIP and Diameter



Basic SI
P architecture and operations



SIP ap
plications



Basic Diamete
r architecture and operations



Diameter applications

Module

-
3
-


IMS Standards



IMS Standards overview (3GPP,

3GPP2 MMD, TISPAN,
CableLab)



IMS key components
(X
-
CSCF, MG, MS, SIP
-
AS, HSS)



IMS key interfaces and interactions (
ISC, Sh, Cx)



IMS User Identities



IMS Reg
istration and Session Control



IMS Charging



IMS QoS Issues and relation
to underlying access networks



IMS Security

Module

-
4
-


IMS Application Server options



CAMEL Service Environment



OSA/Parlay Gateway a
nd Application Server



SIP Application Server (CPL, CGI, Servlets, JAIN)


Module

-
5
-


IMS Applications and Service Enablers






The role of 3GPP and OM
A: IMS Service enable
rs (Presence,
GLMS/XDMS, etc)



Non IMS Push to Talk (MENSA)



IMS based Push to Talk o
ver Cellular (PoC)



IMS
-
based IPTV Services



Towards Community
-
based Services


The role of Presence
and XDMS



Additional IMS Service examples (rich call,
VoIP/MMoIP,
Conferencing, etc.)


Module

-
6
-


IMS Summary and Open Issues




SDP Evolution towards the

IMS integration



IMS Deployment Issues


single vendor vs. open IMS
strategies