Next Generation Network End Offices Are Expected to Reduce Power Consumption by 63%.DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c33680) has announced the addition of Cisco Market Description, Market Analysis, Product Description, Communications Technology Noun 1. communications technology - the activity of designing and constructing and maintaining communication systems
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Next generation networks (NGNs) are implementations of softswitch and media gateway technology. The softswitch in the network offers an IP-based open network, which integrates PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) The worldwide voice telephone network. Once only an analog system, the heart of most telephone networks today is all digital. In the U.S. with the IP network, a fixed network with a mobile network, voice services with data and multimedia services.
NGN (Next Generation Networks) An umbrella term for mixed voice and data networks running over the IP protocol. See IP Multimedia Subsystem. enables the packet-switched network to inherit existing PSTN services and functions. It arms the packet switched network with great flexibility and potential in view of the fast deployment and combined marketing of value-added services, which is presently beyond the PSTN's capability.
Lower maintenance cost is achieved by converting an existing office into an NGN end office. Metrics include integrity, occupied space, and power consumption of the NGN equipment. These have proved to be superior to those of the original TDM switch Refers to either a large-scale switching computer used in a circuit-switched telephone network or to an inhouse PBX that supports circuit-switched lines (the traditional PBX without IP capability). See telephone switch, PBX and TDM. . After rebuilding, the occupied space can be reduced by 40%, and power consumption by 63%.
Service providers are engaged in figuring out how to offer revenue generating media services. Price erosion in legacy voice services is accelerating as VoIP services become free or very inexpensive. The equipment vendors and system integrators are looking at new services that would drive their business with the service providers. Users are looking at services and solutions that would make them function efficiently in a globalized and competitive business environment. Transformation to NGNs is an evolution.
Service providers are cautious over technical obstacles associated with NGNs. A rapid evolution of the industry is anticipated to follow a range of trials in various aspects of the business.
Internet Protocol See Internet and TCP/IP.
(networking) Internet Protocol - (IP) The network layer for the TCP/IP protocol suite widely used on Ethernet networks, defined in STD 5, RFC 791. IP is a connectionless, best-effort packet switching protocol. IP trunking focuses on reduction of the total cost of ownership through network simplification. It improves network efficiency. Traffic overflow is routed over a flat IP infrastructure. No trunk ports are needed for the transit extension.
The significantly reduced number of E1/T1 equivalent connections to be managed leads to economic benefits in traffic engineering, provisioning, monitoring, maintenance, inventory and design. Inherent IP backbone self-routing capabilities relieve service providers of the expense of constantly planning and load balancing The fine tuning of a computer system, network or disk subsystem in order to more evenly distribute the data and/or processing across available resources. For example, in clustering, load balancing might distribute the incoming transactions evenly to all servers, or it might redirect them a trunking network.
Processes can be optimized with end-to-end fully integrated management, reducing operational, administration and maintenance costs. Direct capital expenditures for network infrastructure go towards an IP-based next generation network architecture. Revenue streams with IP applications need to be developed quickly to address the almost immediate precipitous decline in voice revenue.
- CISCO REVENUE GENERATING MEDIA SERVICES - CISCO MARKET SHARES - Voice-Over-Packet (VoP) Market - Wireless Networks - Multimedia Markets - Communications Market Trends - INCREASING AVERAGE REVENUE PER USER (ARPU (Average Revenue Per User) A calculation often used to determine the overall value of an application. It is also used to rate particular customers, especially in the wireless space, by comparing someone's account to the overall average. ) - INTERNET PROTOCOL (IP) NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE - CISCO IP NGN - CISCO WIFI - OPEN STANDARDS - IP WITHIN CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) A method for transmitting simultaneous signals over a shared portion of the spectrum. The foremost application of CDMA is the digital cellular phone technology from QUALCOMM that operates in the 800 MHz band and 1.9 GHz PCS band. - BLUETOOTH - GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) The first high-speed digital data service provided by cellular carriers that used the GSM technology. GPRS added a packet-switched channel to GSM, which uses dedicated, circuit-switched channels for voice conversations. - EGPRS See EDGE. (EDGE) - CISCO SYSTEMS
CISCO EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Cisco Ethernet Next Generation Networks (NGNs)
Cisco Revenue Generating Media Services
Cis co / Italtel NGN
Internet Protocol Trunking Transit Network
Voice-over-Packet (VoP) Market
Cisco Market Shares
1. CISCO MARKET DESCRIPTION
1.1 Increasing Average Revenue Per User (ARPU)
1.2 Impact of Competition
1.3 Market Growth Dynamics
1.4 Converged Voice And Data Networks
1.5 Wireless Networks
1.6 Multimedia Markets
1.7 IP Telephony Service Solutions
1.8 Web Services
1.9 Strategies To Improve Performance
1.10 Customer Financing Arrangements
1.11 Market Makers
1.12 Demand For Total Solutions
1.13 Marketing Globally
1.14 Internet Traffic
2. CISCO MARKET ANALYSIS
2.1 Transition From Circuit Switch Network To IP Architecture
2.2 Communications Market Trends
3. CISCO PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 Internet Protocol (IP) Network Infrastructure
3.2 Cisco IP NGN
3.3 Cisco WiFi
4. CISCO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
4.1 Open Standards
4.2 IP Within CDMA
4.3 Specific Absorption Rate Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is a measure of the rate at which radio frequency (RF) energy is absorbed by the body when exposed to radio-frequency electromagnetic field. The most common use is in relation to cellular telephones. (SAR (Segmentation And Reassembly) The protocol that converts data to cells for transmission over an ATM network. It is the lower part of the ATM Adaption Layer (AAL), which is responsible for the entire operation. See AAL.
SAR - segmentation and reassembly ) Of A Mobile Phone
4.6 EGPRS (EDGE)
4.7 Multimedia Messaging Service See MMS.
4.8 Mobile Video
4.10 Push to Talk
5. CISCO COMPANY PROFILE
5.1 Cisco Systems
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