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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: 382955.15 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ructure_OLD/Bangkok-02/3-1.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: 382905.1 - 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: 382862.18 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...m/ip-optical/abstract-s11.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: 382785.47 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ructure_OLD/Nairobi-02/3-1.pdf
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Network managers can also automatically collect network statistics information to lay a solid foundation for continuous network optimization. (...) A FINE EXAMPLE Figure 4 shows an SDN/NFV collaboratively-deployed network. Nodes in this network may be real network elements or virtual ones. (...) AI in SDN 4.2. AI in NFV 4.3. Network monitor and control 5. AN AI-BASED NETWORK FRAMEWORK 5.1.
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Score: 382780.88 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...ICTF.VOL1-2018-1-P04-PDF-E.pdf
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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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Score: 382695.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/inr/forms/Pages/inic.aspx
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November 11th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S. Lecture NP -2. 1 - slide 3 Network PlanningNetwork Planning Role within the network lifecycle Role within the network lifecycle Network Design Procurement & Delivery Installation & Commissioning Network OperationServices Management Network Planning Maintenance & Repair Network DB The Managed Network Inventory Services Topology Connectivity Infrastructure November 11th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S. Lecture NP -2. 1 - slide 4 Participants are trained : • to analyse-benchmark the initial network situation • to define an overall planning process • to carry out services- demand forecasts • to analyse network alternatives and evolution • to define proper techno-economical plans based on business feasibility and given quality • to analyse role of network planning tools in the planning and operational process November 11th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S. Lecture NP -2. 1 - slide 5 BDT BDT -- COE workshop on Network COE workshop on Network Planning: StructurePlanning: Structure 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 11th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S.
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Score: 382695.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ructure_OLD/Bangkok-02/2-1.pdf
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October 6 -10 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S. Lecture NP -2. 1 - slide 3 Network PlanningNetwork Planning Role within the network lifecycle Role within the network lifecycle Network Design Procurement & Delivery Installation & Commissioning Network OperationServices Management Network Planning Maintenance & Repair Network DB The Managed Network Inventory Services Topology Connectivity Infrastructure October 6 -10 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S. Lecture NP -2. 1 - slide 4 Participants are trained : • to analyse-benchmark the initial network situation • to define an overall planning process • to carry out services- demand forecasts • to analyse network alternatives and evolution • to define proper techno-economical plans based on business feasibility and given quality • to analyse role of network planning tools in the planning and operational process October 6 -10 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S. Lecture NP -2. 1 - slide 5 BDT workshop on Network Planning: BDT workshop on Network Planning: StructureStructure 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 6 -10 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S.
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Score: 382695.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...Warsaw-03/Day%201/2.1_Soto.pdf
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October 7th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S. Lecture NP -2. 1 - slide 3 Network PlanningNetwork Planning Role within the network lifecycle Role within the network lifecycle Network Design Procurement & Delivery Installation & Commissioning Network OperationServices Management Network Planning Maintenance & Repair Network DB The Managed Network Inventory Services Topology Connectivity Infrastructure October 7th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S. Lecture NP -2. 1 - slide 4 Participants are trained : • to analyse-benchmark the initial network situation • to define an overall planning process • to carry out services- demand forecasts • to analyse network alternatives and evolution • to define proper techno-economical plans based on business feasibility and given quality • to analyse role of network planning tools in the planning and operational process October 7th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S. Lecture NP -2. 1 - slide 5 BDT BDT -- COE workshop on Network COE workshop on Network Planning: StructurePlanning: Structure 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 7th ITU/BDT-COE Network Planning/ Workshop Objectives - O.G.S.
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Score: 382695.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ructure_OLD/Nairobi-02/2-1.pdf
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It thereafter reroutes the call onward towards the recipient network using retrieved routing information. Please note that the transit network(s) are optional, i.e. direct interconnections connections between originating network and donor network might exist and the same also between donor network and recipient network. (...) Please note that the transit networks are optional (i.e. direct connections between originating network and donor network might exist) but might exist [case a1) and a2)] between the onward routing (transit or originating) network and recipient network. (...) Sending back the release message to the originating network is also of interest if the originating network has direct connections to networks other than the transit network currently used.
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Score: 382683.62 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...nnar/nnar-number-port-supp.txt
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