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Parlay/OSA: From Standards to Reality.


Parlay/OSA; from standards to reality.

Unmehopa, Musa et al.

John Wiley & Sons


296 pages




Parlay and OSA (Open Service Access), according to the authors (form the Lucent Technologies, Bell Labs Innovations), are the technology standards that can aid in creating a service mediation based architecture capable of meeting service requirements for networks. In this work, they introduce the fundamentals of the technology and describe the evolution of standards as they moved towards Parlay before delving into such issues as alternative architectures, the building of "carrier-grade" systems, deploying Parlay gateways, feature interactions in Parlay and legacy systems, multi-network deployment scenarios, and Parlay/OSA and XML-based technologies.

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