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Lecture NP - 3.1 - slide 2 BDT BDT -- COE workshop on Network COE workshop on Network PlanningPlanning Module 2 Role of Network Planning in the current Telecom scenario Module 3 Integrated Planning Process Module 1: Introduction and Experiences in the Region Module 4 Specific Network Planning per Layer Module 5 Supporting Network Planning Tools November 12 th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Integrated Planning Process - O.G.S. (...) Lecture NP - 3.1 - slide 4 Network Planning Network Planning Scope: Related Processes Scope: Related Processes Strategic Network/business Planning Long Term Structural Planning Short/Medium Term Planning Business Planning Network Planning Network Support Processes The Network Network Management Customer Care & Billing ... (...) Lecture NP - 3.1 - slide 8 Network Planning Network Planning Strategic view: Network Layer ModelingStrategic view: Network Layer Modeling Int’l BSC EIR POP/LEX POP/LEX TEX Fixed NB network SSP SSP MSC WLL/Mobile BTS TSC LL network HLR/AuC Functional level SMS-C Voice MailSMP IP SCP INService and Control level Transport/SDH Infrastructure and Cable level DATA/IP network November 12 th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Integrated Planning Process - O.G.S.
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Score: 454031.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ructure_OLD/Bangkok-02/3-1.pdf
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Draft RESOLUTION GSC-16/10: (GTSC) Next Generation Networks (NGN) including enhancements towards Future Networks (Revised) ( GSC1 6 - CL -1 5 3 Novemb er 20 1 1 ) Document Title: Draft RESOLUTION GSC-16/10: (GTSC) Next Generation Networks (NGN) including enhancements towards Future Networks (Revised) Source: GTSC-9 Plenary Contact: Bruno Chatras (ETSI) GSC Session: Closing Plenary Agenda Item: 3.8 RESOLUTION GSC-165/1010: (GTSC) ) Next Generation Networks (NGN) including enhancements towards Future Networks (Revised) Next Generation Networks (NGN) (Revised) The 165th Global Standards Collaboration meeting (HalifaxBeijing, 30 October – 3 November 201130 August – 2 September 2010) Recognizing: a) that there is an agreed definition for the NGN concept developed by the ITU;[footnoteRef:1]the standardization of different phases of NGN is reaching its completion and feedback is gradually being received from various implementations of NGN; [1: See ITU-T HYPERLINK "%20Y.2001" Y.2001 and Y.2011- ] b) that there is a need to adapt to the key trends in society and technology by using future network technologies; c) that future networks are expected to make use of technologies such as resource virtualization, data/content centric networking, energy-saving capabilities, autonomic management, policy-based network optimisation capabilities, distributed mobile networking; d) a future network is a network able to provide services, capabilities, and facilities difficult to provide using existing network technologies; e) a future network is either a new component network or an enhanced version of an existing one, or a heterogeneous collection of new component networks or of new and existing component networks that is operated as a single network; f) g) h) that the NGN concept covers a range of applications including Public Switched Telephone Network/Integrated Services Digital Network (PSTN/ISDN) emulation, multimedia, video streaming and other services, based on standardized service building blocks; i) that all GSC Participating Standards Organizations (PSOs) are actively involved in the developing of NGN standards; j) that 3GPP and 3GPP2 have agreed to adopt a common “IP Multimedia Subsystem” (IMS)-based approach to implementing an NGN, that this approach is now being used in broadband fixed networks, including cable networks; k) that the scope of 3GPP has recently been expanded to encompass a “Common IMS” to address the needs of the ICT community beyond GSM/UTRAN, including wireline, cable, and fixed-wireless networks; l) that a call server approach has been included in the architecture for NGN; m) that technologies supporting services such as messaging, Voice over IP (VoIP), and multimedia as well as common IMS are now being deployed and are in service in a number of areas; n) that users of NGNs future networks and interconnected networks will demand adequate Quality of Service (QoS), Quality of Experience (QoE) and security; o) that there are different stages of network evolution and therefore interconnection to/and between NGN environments and future networks is becoming an important issue to the deployment of NGN and the migration from legacy networks to NGN; and , p) that the industry requires technical integrity and coherence among interrelated specifications;. q) that the evolution of future networks the NGN is driven by innovations in user applications and network capabilities; r) that high-bandwidth video, cloud computing, P2P application and OTT services will put a huge pressure on network resources; s) that interoperability continues to be important to NGN and future networks. Considering: a) that NGN and future networks must interwork with and allow a migration path from existing networks and services; b) technical standards for NGN and NGN future networks interconnection must become available in a timely and co-ordinated manner to allow global operation of NGN services including converged services; c) that offering end-to-end multimedia services, including mobility support and IPTV, requires interconnection across different NGN and NGN future networks implementations capable of supporting satisfactory security and end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE); d) that NGN and future networks haves a significant role as an infrastructure supporting interworking among different networks (mobile and fixed) and multimedia services including convergence serviced, on the basis of a minimum number of globally agreed protocol profiles; e) that there is increasing demand for converged services with ubiquitous capabilities allowing users to obtain access to their services and profiles using any appropriate devices independent of the means of access (fixed, mobile, etc.) (...) Resolves: 1) to develop a globally consistent long term vision of the target NGNfuture networks in collaboration with in ITU-T based on integrating national and regional perspectives; 2) to promote globally consistent standards that facilitate interoperability, innovation, market competition and infrastructure development to address user needs in a timely and cost effective basis through cooperation and collaboration among global, regional and national SDOs on NGN and NGN future networks issues that have mutual impacts, including (but not limited to) the following: · interconnection and interoperability across mobile and fixed networks offering convergence multimedia services, including the ability to obtain services independent of underlying transport network e.g., based on a unique, global SIP profile; · a coherent and coordinated set of standards with global value to support interconnection of future networks and NGN NGN at the service level; · enabling of migration from legacy networks towards NGN and NGN future networks; · evolution of IMS as a solution to suit the needs of both mobile and fixed networks; · evolution of Call Server based approach as a solution to suit the needs of fixed networks; · maximization of the commonality and interworking between different approaches; · recognition of potential social, policy, legal, emergency, and/or regulatory implications (for example, privacy, legal interception, location information, service quality, reference interconnection point definition); · options for transition, and planning considerations for achieving the NGN future networks vision in an orderly and consistent manner; · control and realization of Quality of Service (QoS)/Quality of Experience (QoE) mechanisms for all types of networks (fixed, wireless, mobile, satellite, IP-based core networks, etc.) capable of interoperating to deliver satisfactory end-to-end QoS/QoE; · control interface to network services, enabling applications to request required resource and service level on demand; · network services including but not limited to converged policy control based on network conditions and traffic identification (e.g. using Deep Packet Inspection); · interoperable and cost-effective security mechanisms and protocols to guarantee protection of customer information and network resource; · user mobility in all its forms (wide area, local area, nomadic, etc.), including seamless mobility across mobile and fixed networks; · converged policy management across a range of access technologies, in the context of Common IMS; · utilization of the NGN and NGN future networks for emerging applications and traffic sources including: machine-to-machine, Internet of Things, Smart Grid, intelligent transport systems; and · address the need for providing additional services via the future network technologiesNGN, including IPTV (IMS- and non-IMS- based) and, Content Distribution Networks (CDN), including but not limited to Cloud Computing, and Service-Oriented Networkings, Autonomic management and adaptive control, Information – centric networking, Network virtualisation, and integration of Web technologies, e.g.
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Score: 454007.57 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/g...losingplenary/GSC16-CL-15.docx
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Expert Group on Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Sub-group on fixed-network coverage indicator/s Proposal for fixed (wired) network coverage indicators June 2st, 2017 Draft proposal for fixed wired network coverage indicators – Version date: June 2nd, 2017 2 Fixed wired network coverage indicators 1. Fixed wired networks are among the oldest telecommunications networks. (...) Operators sometimes use the term “homes passed”. 2. Only fixed wired networks should be considered. Fixed wireless networks, mobile networks, nomadic networks and satellite networks are excluded from this indicator. 3.
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Score: 454007.57 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...ork_coverage_proposal_2017.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 7.1.ppt 1 Reference Manual Reference Manual Telecom Network Planning for Evolving Network Telecom Network Planning for Evolving Network ArchitecturesArchitectures Version 01 – 2003 : 210 pages 16 references within the text 6 additional reference documents (contributions) Version 02 – 2004 : 334 pages total 78 references within the text total 2 new additional reference documents Who should use theWho should use the NPNP ManualManual The Reference Manual is intended for use by network planning experts from telecom operators, policy makers and regulators to facilitate the development of their respective strategies for evolution of the present network architectures and transition to the next generation networks - NGN. (...) Chapter 6 – Network architectures and technologies Network architectures New network technologies (MPLS, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, etc.) (...) Chapter 7 presents an overview on the diverse models and methods used in the telecommunication network planning. Chapter 7 – Network design, dimensioning and optimization Core Network Access Network Basic optimisation methods Specific Issues of Radio Network Planning Additional design and dimensional problems 6 Content ofContent of thethe NPNP ManualManual –– Chapters(cont.)Chapters(cont.)
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Score: 453978.86 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...de-05/Day%205/Belgrade_7_1.PDF
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They will likely employ MPLS technologies for network management and control. IP/Optical networks are expected to reduce the costs of network deployment and operation by reducing the number of network elements (and network layers) that must be installed and managed, by providing bit rate transparency, and by automating the time-consuming process of service provisioning. (...) How will failures in such networks be localized? What mechanisms will be used to control resource allocation and network performance in switched optical networks? (...) How will IP QoS signaling be coordinated with optical network performance signaling in IP/Optical networks?
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Score: 453943 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...m/ip-optical/abstract-s11.html
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The ITU SpaceExplorer Team Trial version 0.9.4 on June 2022: contains access to data relating only to geostationary satellite networks in the non-planned bands . · The “ Networks Explorer ” search with filters allows the selection of lists of active networks in SNS databases or BR IFIC publications database. · The individual dashboards of these networks show in cards format the identity of the network, its regulatory status, the list of publications, as well as the structure of the notice, the emissions characteristics and the associated earth stations characteristics. · “ My Space Explorer ” is available by sign in with a TIES user account. V.0.9.4 Your name: Date: Browser in use: (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox etc) Feature name / scenario: Examples of names: Level 1: [General][Main][List Space Stations][DashBoard GSO non-Plan][My Space Exploration] Sub level 2: [Space Network System (SNS)] [BR Space Publications] [Filter: xxx] [Table] [Card Name] Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: Feature name / scenario: Satellite Network name/pub (optional): Screenshot: Comments: V.0. 9 . 4 Feedback Form To return in email attachment to : ITUSpaceExplorer@itu.int Help us to improve the ITU SpaceExplorer experience! (...) The ITU SpaceExplorer Team Trial version 0.9.4 on June 2022: contains access to data relating only to geostationary satellite networks in the non-planned bands. - The “Networks Explorer” search with filters allows the selection of lists of active networks in SNS databases or BR IFIC publications database. - The individual dashboards of these networks show in cards format the identity of the network, its regulatory status, the list of publications, as well as the structure of the notice, the emissions characteristics and the associated earth stations characteristics. - “My Space Explorer” is available by sign in with a TIES user account.
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Score: 453861.43 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...%20Feedback%20Form%20V094.docx
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 Page 90 - Proceedings of the 2018 ITU Kaleidoscope           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 90 - Proceedings of the 2018 ITU Kaleidoscope P. 90 ‎ 2018 ITU Kaleidoscope Academic Conference‎ Service requirements Virtual Network Operator (VNO) QoS requirements Functions, protocols Application Service Provider Control & management Analysis Network resource request Various services Network slices Autonomous cars SNS Sensors & actuators Network resource allocation/adjustment Resource controller of substrate network IoT devices Core network Cloud Edge network Infrastructure Provider Figure 1. (...) Section or their resources can be increased dynamically as demand 2 gives an overview of 5G network slicing. Section 3 lists for the scaling of network functions. network automation functions, and Section 4 gives an overview of machine learning techniques for the Infrastructure providers own physical substrate networks automation of network slicing. (...) Edge networks are 2. 5G NETWORK SLICING composed of equipment for collecting, processing, and transmitting data to/from various terminals such as PCs, Network slicing is the key design concept being introduced mobile/smart phones, vehicles, robots, sensors, and other in 5G/IMT-2020 networks.
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Score: 453856.45 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...e/files/basic-html/page90.html
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Lecture NP - 3.1 - slide 2 BDT BDT -- COE workshop on Network COE workshop on Network PlanningPlanning Module 2 Role of Network Planning in the current Telecom scenario Module 3 Integrated Planning Process Module 1: Introduction and Experiences in the Region Module 4 Specific Network Planning per Layer Module 5 Supporting Network Planning Tools October 8th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Integrated Planning Process - O.G.S. (...) Lecture NP - 3.1 - slide 5 Network Planning Network Planning Scope: Related Processes Scope: Related Processes Strategic Network/business Planning Long Term Structural Planning Short/Medium Term Planning Business Planning Network Planning Network Support Processes The Network Network Management Customer Care & Billing ... (...) Lecture NP - 3.1 - slide 9 Network Planning Network Planning Strategic view: Network Layer ModelingStrategic view: Network Layer Modeling Int’l BSC EIR POP/LEX POP/LEX TEX Fixed NB network SSP SSP MSC WLL/Mobile BTS TSC LL network HLR/AuC Functional level SMS-C Voice MailSMP IP SCP INService and Control level Transport/SDH Infrastructure and Cable level DATA/IP network October 8th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Integrated Planning Process - O.G.S.
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Score: 453822.07 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ructure_OLD/Nairobi-02/3-1.pdf
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 Page 92 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 92 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects P. 92 1 Core network aspects Introduction Future networks (FNs) are networks that will be able to provide revolutionary services, capabilities, and facilities that are difficult to support using existing network technologies. (...) FNs therefore need to realize diverse services and heterogeneous network architectures on a common physical network. (...) Network virtualization is a technology that realizes isolated and flexible networks in order to support a broad range of network architectures, services, and users that do not interfere with others.
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Score: 453803.76 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page92.html
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The default numbering plan for public ATM Networks is the E.164 numbering plan. Codes identifying networks are required for use within the Frame Relay and ATM signalling protocols in order to support network features such as transit network identification, transit network selection, closed user group interlock codes and clearing network identification. For networks numbered under the X.121 numbering plan, the Data Network Identification Codes (DNICs) provide the network identification capability as part of the structure of X.121 numbers. (...) The International Network Identification Code consists of the E.164 Country Code followed by a national network identifier.
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