• October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    Fixed Mobile Convergence

    Fixed mobile convergence (FMC) promises to offer carriers and customers huge cost and productivity benefits. Learn how FMC simplifies mobile and wireline infrastructure to provide customers with seamless voice services.  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    Telecom Network Management

    Telecom network management and monitoring is an important yet mysterious part of running service provider networks. Here you'll find resources on end-to-end network management, service-level management, next-generation network management and best ...  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    3G and 4G Wireless Technology

    3G and 4G wireless includes a variety of wireless broadband access technologies and architectures, including long-term evolution (LTE), WiMAX and WiFi that are enabling wireless operators to deliver a new generation of bandwidth-intensive wireless ...  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    IPTV and Video on Demand

    Delivering IPTV and video on is an integral part of most telecom service providers' network upgrade plans. Ensuring quality content delivery is a complex and expensive proposition, To help with the mission, this section provides resources for ...  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    Business Issues, ARPU and ROI

    As IP network transformation continues, learn how elecom service providers face are addressing the need to increase average revenue per user (ARPU) and make decisions to provide the best return on investment (ROI) for their network decisions.  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    Next-Gen Content Delivery and Video

    Next-generation content delivery solutions and video are being rolled out by most telecom carriers to stay competitive in the market. Learn about the business decisions surrounding content delivery architectures and how they affect quality content ...  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    Optical Networks

    The optical network and its components are at the heart of carrier-class networks. Optical network design, optical network control and management, and selection and operation of such specific equipment as optical network switches and ROADMs is ...  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    MPLS (Multi-protocol Label Switching) Networks

    MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) technology is a fixture in service provider networks, offering flexible network segmentation and prioritization through quality of service (QoS). Get help here with everything from MPLS technology basics and the ...  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    Next-Generation Business Models

    Next-generation business models for telecom carriers include becoming a more essential part of the value chain that can increase revenues and avoid being sidelined as transport-only players. This topic looks at next-generation partnerships like Web ...  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    Wireless Services and Networks

    Wireless is one of the fastest growing technology segments, and wireless carriers are upgrading their networks to meet customer demands for increased mobile services on a growing number of wireless devices. In this section, you'll find information ...  Continue Reading

  • October 29, 2010 29 Oct'10

    Carrier Ethernet

    Ethernet is increasingly being used to provide services and transport in service provider access networks and carrier backbones. Learn best practices for delivering carrier grade Ethernet and about Ethernet's rise as transport technology and the ...  Continue Reading

  • October 28, 2010 28 Oct'10

    Enabling mobile phone upgrades could reduce wireless customer churn

    Solutions that improve mobile phone upgrades and speed mobile data transfer to any wireless device can help operators reduce customer churn and ease dependence on specific devices, as well as enable bundle additional applications during device ...  Continue Reading

  • October 28, 2010 28 Oct'10

    Carriers must support legacy 2G/3G gear long after 4G networks go live

    Even after most major carriers launch 4G networks based on Long-Term Evolution (LTE), service providers are still going to have to support subscribers on 2G/3G legacy networks for years to come.  Continue Reading

  • October 26, 2010 26 Oct'10

    Next-Generation Network Architecture

    Telecom carriers are building next-generation network architectures on IP to converge and simplify operations, as well as offer data, voice and video services via a single network with quality of services (QoS) built in to meet users' content ...  Continue Reading

  • October 26, 2010 26 Oct'10

    Telecom OSS and BSS

    Telecom OSS and BSS are software systems that supporting operational network processes. OSSs (operations support systems) track network inventory, assets and provisioning of services, while BSSs (business support systems) deal with customer ...  Continue Reading

  • October 26, 2010 26 Oct'10

    Metro and Access Networks

    Metro and access networks are focal points of next-generation network technology and architecture because carriers must bring bandwidth-intensive content to users without transporting it long distances, and increase users with broadband connectivity...  Continue Reading

  • October 26, 2010 26 Oct'10

    Wireless Backhaul

    Wireless backhaul has become increasingly important as wireless service providers balance the cost and speed of backhauling traffic from cell towers to a wired network. Learn about wireless backhaul options from leased lines to buying backhaul as a ...  Continue Reading

  • October 26, 2010 26 Oct'10

    Service Delivery

    Telecom carriers are deploying new service delivery network capabilities based on software components and service delivery platforms and architectures that are flexible enough to enable rapid service creation, provisioning and deployment via one IP ...  Continue Reading

  • October 26, 2010 26 Oct'10

    Telecom Network Operations

    Telecom network operations on a global scale involve the coordination of many disciplines and requires extreme skill and precision. Operations are changing dramatically to adapt to IP networking. In this section, you'll find resources on service ...  Continue Reading

  • October 26, 2010 26 Oct'10

    Cloud and Managed Network Services

    Telecom providers that sell managed network services to enterprises are expanding into the cloud computing services market that is enabled by enterprise needs to expand beyond the internal data center. Whether the cloud means public, private or ...  Continue Reading

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