Mobile Operators Need Multiple Paths to All-IP Core Networks
Published: 11 October 2004
Migrating to IP Multimedia Subsystem architecture will give operators the chance to offer better services. But infrastructure vendors must show flexibility to capitalize on a move that'll be neither swift nor uniform.
Table Of Contents
- Data Services Remain the Chief Reason to Upgrade to IP
- Circuit-Switched Networks Face the Most Upheaval
- Packet Nodes Need Upgrading Too
- Backbone Networks Won't Move Straight to IP
- IMS Makes It Easier to Offer Enriched Applications
- There's No One Route to IMS
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