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End TB brochure Global TB Strategy with ambitious targets The World Health Assembly passed a resolution in May 2014 approving with full support the new post-2015 End TB Strategy with its ambitious targets. 16 August 2015 The end TB strategy A world free of TB. (...) Show less Show more Strategy principles The End TB Strategy builds on three strategic pillars underpinned by four key principles focusing on government stewardship, a strong coalition made up of civil society and communities, promoting human rights and equity, and adaptation of the Strategy at the country level. (...) Show less Show more Adapting the strategy To successfully roll-out the Strategy, countries and partners will need to focus on advocacy, baseline preparedness and collaboration.
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Score: 419042.2 - https://www.who.int/teams/glob...-programme/the-end-tb-strategy
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Many countries have export strategies and tourism policy frameworks in place, but few tackle tourism as an export sector. A National Tourism Export Strategy (NTES) provides a blueprint for the development and competitiveness of tourism as an export sector. (...) The outputs: a master strategic framework and plan, plus individual strategies for each priority sub-sector and tourism support function.
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Score: 419037.5 - https://www.intracen.org/trade-strategy/tourismstrategies/
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Martin Price, Rapporteur of the MAB Strategy Group and Mab Bureau, at the 4th World Congress of Biosphere Reserves) Final Draft Lima Action Plan released on 16 February 2016 Comments received on the Second Draft Lima Action Plan Second Draft Lima Action Plan for UNESCO's MAB Programme and its World Network of Biosphere Reserves (2016-2025) MAB Strategy Group (MSG) Announcement: Second Draft Lima Action Plan MAB STRATEGY 2015-2025 : ANNEX II of the Final Report of the 27th Session of the MAB International Co-ordinating Council (ICC) MAB Strategy Group (MSG) Announcement: Draft MAB Strategy 2015-2025 Finalized Final Draft MAB Strategy 2015-2025 - 4 May 2015 MAB Strategy 2015-2025 - Draft 21 April 2015 Roster of Experts Comments on 21 April version of draft MAB Strategy Compilation of Submissions Received in Response to the MAB Circular Letter of 6 March 2014 on the Development of the New MAB Strategy Background and Proposal for Timeframe and Working Methods for the continued preparation and finalization of the new mab strategy. (...) MAB Strategy 2015-2025. Condensed Zero Draft (6 November 2014 rev). Document prepared by the MAB Secretariat on the instructions of the MAB ICC (see para 65 in SC-14/CONF.226/15) for the consideration of the MAB Strategy Group MAB Strategy Group Announcement: Distribution of the Preliminary Draft MAB Strategy (2015 – 2025) and call for comments and inputs thereon by 9 March 2015 MAB Strategy 2015-2025.
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Score: 418802.05 - https://en.unesco.org/mab/strategy
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APCAS/10/35 April 2010 Agenda Item 12 Asia and Pacific Commission on Agricultural Statistics Twenty-third Session Siem Reap, Cambodia, 26-30 April 2010 Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics I Why Do We Need a Global Strategy? (...) These national strategies need to be reviewed in light of the Global Strategy and revised if necessary. (...) II Purpose of the Global Strategy III Key Components of the Global Strategy IV Process to Develop the Global Strategy V Worldwide Consultation on the Strategy Seminar for Permanent Representatives to FAO ISI Satellite Meeting on Agricultural Statistics Other Regional and Global Consultations VI Way Forward
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Score: 418759.13 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...CAS-10-35_-Global_strategy.pdf
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Existing development plans and strategies are reviewed to ensure consistency with existing government objectives. 2. (...) Implementation: To ensure the strategy is implemented, ITC’s assistance continues after the design of the national export strategy is completed through our strategy implementation management programme. (...) These tools enable our strategy specialists to provide state-of-the-art analyses to our clients.
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Score: 418692.6 - https://www.intracen.org/trade-strategy/ITC-approach/
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The Strategy should focus on neonatal deaths and still births, adolescent health, intersectoral collaboration to address the social determinants of health. (...) The parliamentarians recommended that the Global Strategy includes parliamentarians in coordinating committees related to implementation and accountability. (...) The plenary was then followed by a group break out session on cross cutting priorities within the Global Strategy. « Previous page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Next page » Press release CSO meet ahead of Global Strategy consultations in Johannesburg Adolescent health to define the UN Secretary General’s Global Strategy (2016-2030) Private sector makes case for shared value approach to health Opening session: Africa’s Youth call for action as regional consultation on the Global Strategy begins Plenary 2: Women’s, Children’s and adolescents’ health in the African region Plenary 3: Overview of the draft Global Strategy and key pillars Plenary 6: Moving the draft 2016-2030 Global Strategy forward in partnership Closing session: Mobilizing political will for the updated Global Strategy Working Group Sessions Voices out of Africa Meeting documents You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Our work Advocacy Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Score: 418681.74 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/acti...gy/johannesburg/en/index7.html
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National Dementia Strategy (2012) Irish National Dementia Strategy [footnoteRef:5] was launched in December 2014. (...) National Carers Strategy (2012) National Carers’ Strategy [footnoteRef:6] sets the strategic direction for future policies, services and supports provided by Government Departments and agencies for family carers. (...) National Positive Aging Strategy (2013) Ireland’s current policy around ageing, is the National Positive Aging Strategy.
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Score: 418471.73 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ult/files/2021-12/IRELAND.docx
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Partner organizations Exporters Export management Researching export markets Supply chain management Standards and Quality About quality Information Capacity building and advisory services Projects and impact stories Partners and networks Export quality workshops Useful links Packaging Description of PACKit modules Glossary Export Marketing Activation Services Customers+ Brand+ Promotion+ E-Commerce+ Model Contracts Obtaining export credits Exporters news Trade support institutions Improving your organization AIM for Results Setting up a trade support institution Assessment and benchmarking Designing your business strategy Developing your service portfolio Improving management practices Market analysis Impact assessment Delivering services to exporters Foreign trade representation Generating business leads Evaluating trade credit applications Offering trade information services Promoting regional trade Trade Facilitation Arbitration and mediation Certificate in Small Business Internationalization Business voice in policy making How to influence trade negotiations Impacting trade policy WTO accession: implication for business Public-private dialogue for export strategy Sectoral Export Strategies Networking The TPO Network Strengthening TSI Cooperation TPO directory TSIs news TPO directory Policymakers Assisting with WTO accession Business voice in policy making Trade facilitation Impacting trade policy How to influence trade negotiations Trade Development Strategies COVID-19 Recovery Strategies Ongoing strategies Product Portfolio Experience Strategy Design Principles The ITC Approach The ITC Advantage Implementation Management Support Endorsements Partner Organisations Trade Strategy Map Tourism Strategies e-Strategies Request a Proposal Partner videos WTO updates for business Policymakers news Subscribe   en fr es      Exporters Export management Researching export markets Supply chain management Standards and Quality About quality Information Capacity building and advisory services Projects and impact stories Partners and networks Export quality workshops Useful links Packaging Description of PACKit modules Glossary Export Marketing Activation Services Customers+ Brand+ Promotion+ E-Commerce+ Model Contracts Obtaining export credits Exporters news Trade support institutions Improving your organization AIM for Results Setting up a trade support institution Assessment and benchmarking Designing your business strategy Developing your service portfolio Improving management practices Market analysis Impact assessment Delivering services to exporters Foreign trade representation Generating business leads Evaluating trade credit applications Offering trade information services Promoting regional trade Trade Facilitation Arbitration and mediation Certificate in Small Business Internationalization Business voice in policy making How to influence trade negotiations Impacting trade policy WTO accession: implication for business Public-private dialogue for export strategy Sectoral Export Strategies Networking The TPO Network Strengthening TSI Cooperation TPO directory TSIs news TPO directory Policymakers Assisting with WTO accession Business voice in policy making Trade facilitation Impacting trade policy How to influence trade negotiations Trade Development Strategies COVID-19 Recovery Strategies Ongoing strategies Product Portfolio Experience Strategy Design Principles The ITC Approach The ITC Advantage Implementation Management Support Endorsements Partner Organisations Trade Strategy Map Tourism Strategies e-Strategies Request a Proposal Partner videos WTO updates for business Policymakers news Countries / Territories Home About ITC How ITC works Our role in the UN and WTO Management ITC structure Development results Evaluation Joint Advisory Group Consultative Committee of the ITC Trust Fund Areas of work Providing Trade and Market Intelligence Building a Conducive Business Environment Strengthening Trade and Investment Support Institutions Connecting to International Value Chains Promoting and Mainstreaming Inclusive and Green Trade Supporting Regional Economic Integration and South-South Links Geographic focus Least developed countries Landlocked developing countries Small island developing states Regions Working with ITC Funders and partners ITC clients speak ITC careers Procurement Meeting Participants travel conditions ITC's 50th anniversary Anniversary greetings from ITC's partners Photo gallery Impact stories Client testimonials Staff remembers ITC's five decades Corporate documents Annual report Strategic plan Operational plan ITC Impact ITC intervention logic Financial reports Corporate brochure ITC in infog​raphics Fact sheet ITC gender equality brochure ITC Funding Funding overview Reproducing ITC content Global Goals Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs) Projects Large projects and programmes Advancing Afghan Trade African Trade Observatory Alliances for Coconut Industry Development in the Caribbean Arise Plus Lao People’s Democratic Republic Arise Plus Malaysia project Arise Plus Myanmar Arise Plus Philippines Arise Plus Thailand Central America: Women and e-commerce Colombia PUEDE Eastern Partnership Trade Helpdesk Ethical Fashion Initiative EU funded projects EU-Bhutan Trade Support EU – Iran Trade Development EU-Nepal Trade and Investment Programme (TIP) EU-Sri Lanka Trade-Related Assistance EuroMed Trade and Investment Facilitation Mechanism Facilitating Uzbekistan's Accession to the WTO Gambia Youth Empowerment Project YEP Global Textiles and Clothing Programme (GTEX) GreenToCompete Improving business environment for SMEs Integra Guinea JCTD South Sudan JSF for Women and Youth Programme in The Gambia Linking Ukrainian SMEs to value chains Market Access Upgrade Programme Netherlands Trust Fund - Phase V Non-tariff measures One Trade Africa Pakistan: Growth for rural advancement and sustainable progress (GRASP) Partnership for Investment and Growth in Africa (PIGA) Promoting Intra-regional Trade Ready to Trade: Eastern Partnership Ready4Trade: Central Asia Revenue Mobilization, Investment & Trade RESI SAAVI Iraq Supporting Indian Trade and Investment for Africa (SITA) SME Trade Academy Trade for Sustainable Development (T4SD) Uganda Handicraft and Souvenir Development UK Trade Partnerships Programme (UKTP) WACOMP Women and Trade Youth and Trade Programme Digital transformation for good ecomConnect E-learning E-Strategies Digital Entrepreneurship Videos Sectors Overview Food & agri business Agribusiness value chains Fruits & vegetables Coffee Cocoa Cotton Fibres Spices Medicinal plants Floriculture Essential oils Manufactured goods Leather Textiles and clothing Creative industries Pharmaceuticals Trade in services Tourism IT & ITES E-commerce LDC Services Waiver Events Publications Services Snapshots Trade Statistics Newsletters E-learning Environmental exports Organic products Biodiversity Climate change Green technologies Market info & tools Market analysis tools Overview Trade statistics Tariffs and market requirements Foreign direct investment data Voluntary standards Market analysis studies Capacity building in market analysis Market information Market price information Non-tariff measures Geographical indications Trade Treaties Map Trade intelligent portal Local Business Intelligence - SME Competitiveness Survey ITC library E-learning Publications Publications catalogue Thematic collections Publication news The ITC Style Guide SME Competitiveness Outlook 2021 Report 2020 Report 2019 Report 2018 Report 2017 Report 2016 Report 2015 Report ITC working papers series Annual report Trade Forum Events EXPO-2020 Joint Advisory Group Previous JAGs Photo gallery World Export Development Forum Programme Speakers Pre-WEDF events WEDF B2B event Practical Information Partners Past forums T4SD Forum 21 SheTrades Global Past forums Photo collection WTPO Conference WTPO Awards WTPO Awards 2022 Benefits and recognition Award categories Entry process Awards FAQ Past conferences and awards Good Trade Summit Programme Registration Practical Information Media advisory Past T4SD Forum Editions Past SheTrades Global Editions T4SD Forum 2021 Register Programme Past Forum Editions MSME day 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 Forthcoming events News Stories Press releases Speeches Social channels ITC in the media Campaigns Orange the World 2020 Orange the World 2021 Countries / Territories Policymakers Trade Development Strategies Partner Organisations Partner organizations   COVID-19 Recovery Strategies Ongoing strategies Product Portfolio Experience Strategy Design Principles The ITC Approach The ITC Advantage Implementation Management Support Endorsements Partner Organisations Trade Strategy Map Tourism Strategies e-Strategies Request a Proposal Partner videos                                                                                       ITC’s Trade Strategy Programme has partnered with many international organizations and donor agencies to deliver trade strategies for developing countries. On this page we provide a list of some of our partners. ITC’s Trade Strategy Programme is always looking for partners interested in supporting our work. If your country, organization or company would like to support the programme to deliver trade strategies for developing countries, please contact us .
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Score: 418429.9 - https://www.intracen.org/trade...trategy/Partner-Organizations/
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Endorsements Exporters Export management Researching export markets Supply chain management Standards and Quality About quality Information Capacity building and advisory services Projects and impact stories Partners and networks Export quality workshops Useful links Packaging Description of PACKit modules Glossary Export Marketing Activation Services Customers+ Brand+ Promotion+ E-Commerce+ Model Contracts Obtaining export credits Exporters news Trade support institutions Improving your organization AIM for Results Setting up a trade support institution Assessment and benchmarking Designing your business strategy Developing your service portfolio Improving management practices Market analysis Impact assessment Delivering services to exporters Foreign trade representation Generating business leads Evaluating trade credit applications Offering trade information services Promoting regional trade Trade Facilitation Arbitration and mediation Certificate in Small Business Internationalization Business voice in policy making How to influence trade negotiations Impacting trade policy WTO accession: implication for business Public-private dialogue for export strategy Sectoral Export Strategies Networking The TPO Network Strengthening TSI Cooperation TPO directory TSIs news TPO directory Policymakers Assisting with WTO accession Business voice in policy making Trade facilitation Impacting trade policy How to influence trade negotiations Trade Development Strategies COVID-19 Recovery Strategies Ongoing strategies Product Portfolio Experience Strategy Design Principles The ITC Approach The ITC Advantage Implementation Management Support Endorsements Partner Organisations Trade Strategy Map Tourism Strategies e-Strategies Request a Proposal Partner videos WTO updates for business Policymakers news Subscribe   en fr es      Exporters Export management Researching export markets Supply chain management Standards and Quality About quality Information Capacity building and advisory services Projects and impact stories Partners and networks Export quality workshops Useful links Packaging Description of PACKit modules Glossary Export Marketing Activation Services Customers+ Brand+ Promotion+ E-Commerce+ Model Contracts Obtaining export credits Exporters news Trade support institutions Improving your organization AIM for Results Setting up a trade support institution Assessment and benchmarking Designing your business strategy Developing your service portfolio Improving management practices Market analysis Impact assessment Delivering services to exporters Foreign trade representation Generating business leads Evaluating trade credit applications Offering trade information services Promoting regional trade Trade Facilitation Arbitration and mediation Certificate in Small Business Internationalization Business voice in policy making How to influence trade negotiations Impacting trade policy WTO accession: implication for business Public-private dialogue for export strategy Sectoral Export Strategies Networking The TPO Network Strengthening TSI Cooperation TPO directory TSIs news TPO directory Policymakers Assisting with WTO accession Business voice in policy making Trade facilitation Impacting trade policy How to influence trade negotiations Trade Development Strategies COVID-19 Recovery Strategies Ongoing strategies Product Portfolio Experience Strategy Design Principles The ITC Approach The ITC Advantage Implementation Management Support Endorsements Partner Organisations Trade Strategy Map Tourism Strategies e-Strategies Request a Proposal Partner videos WTO updates for business Policymakers news Countries / Territories Home About ITC How ITC works Our role in the UN and WTO Management ITC structure Development results Evaluation Joint Advisory Group Consultative Committee of the ITC Trust Fund Areas of work Providing Trade and Market Intelligence Building a Conducive Business Environment Strengthening Trade and Investment Support Institutions Connecting to International Value Chains Promoting and Mainstreaming Inclusive and Green Trade Supporting Regional Economic Integration and South-South Links Geographic focus Least developed countries Landlocked developing countries Small island developing states Regions Working with ITC Funders and partners ITC clients speak ITC careers Procurement Meeting Participants travel conditions ITC's 50th anniversary Anniversary greetings from ITC's partners Photo gallery Impact stories Client testimonials Staff remembers ITC's five decades Corporate documents Annual report Strategic plan Operational plan ITC Impact ITC intervention logic Financial reports Corporate brochure ITC in infog​raphics Fact sheet ITC gender equality brochure ITC Funding Funding overview Reproducing ITC content Global Goals Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs) Projects Large projects and programmes Advancing Afghan Trade African Trade Observatory Alliances for Coconut Industry Development in the Caribbean Arise Plus Lao People’s Democratic Republic Arise Plus Malaysia project Arise Plus Myanmar Arise Plus Philippines Arise Plus Thailand Central America: Women and e-commerce Colombia PUEDE Eastern Partnership Trade Helpdesk Ethical Fashion Initiative EU funded projects EU-Bhutan Trade Support EU – Iran Trade Development EU-Nepal Trade and Investment Programme (TIP) EU-Sri Lanka Trade-Related Assistance EuroMed Trade and Investment Facilitation Mechanism Facilitating Uzbekistan's Accession to the WTO Gambia Youth Empowerment Project YEP Global Textiles and Clothing Programme (GTEX) GreenToCompete Improving business environment for SMEs Integra Guinea JCTD South Sudan JSF for Women and Youth Programme in The Gambia Linking Ukrainian SMEs to value chains Market Access Upgrade Programme Netherlands Trust Fund - Phase V Non-tariff measures One Trade Africa Pakistan: Growth for rural advancement and sustainable progress (GRASP) Partnership for Investment and Growth in Africa (PIGA) Promoting Intra-regional Trade Ready to Trade: Eastern Partnership Ready4Trade: Central Asia Revenue Mobilization, Investment & Trade RESI SAAVI Iraq Supporting Indian Trade and Investment for Africa (SITA) SME Trade Academy Trade for Sustainable Development (T4SD) Uganda Handicraft and Souvenir Development UK Trade Partnerships Programme (UKTP) WACOMP Women and Trade Youth and Trade Programme Digital transformation for good ecomConnect E-learning E-Strategies Digital Entrepreneurship Videos Sectors Overview Food & agri business Agribusiness value chains Fruits & vegetables Coffee Cocoa Cotton Fibres Spices Medicinal plants Floriculture Essential oils Manufactured goods Leather Textiles and clothing Creative industries Pharmaceuticals Trade in services Tourism IT & ITES E-commerce LDC Services Waiver Events Publications Services Snapshots Trade Statistics Newsletters E-learning Environmental exports Organic products Biodiversity Climate change Green technologies Market info & tools Market analysis tools Overview Trade statistics Tariffs and market requirements Foreign direct investment data Voluntary standards Market analysis studies Capacity building in market analysis Market information Market price information Non-tariff measures Geographical indications Trade Treaties Map Trade intelligent portal Local Business Intelligence - SME Competitiveness Survey ITC library E-learning Publications Publications catalogue Thematic collections Publication news The ITC Style Guide SME Competitiveness Outlook 2021 Report 2020 Report 2019 Report 2018 Report 2017 Report 2016 Report 2015 Report ITC working papers series Annual report Trade Forum Events EXPO-2020 Joint Advisory Group Previous JAGs Photo gallery World Export Development Forum Programme Speakers Pre-WEDF events WEDF B2B event Practical Information Partners Past forums T4SD Forum 21 SheTrades Global Past forums Photo collection WTPO Conference WTPO Awards WTPO Awards 2022 Benefits and recognition Award categories Entry process Awards FAQ Past conferences and awards Good Trade Summit Programme Registration Practical Information Media advisory Past T4SD Forum Editions Past SheTrades Global Editions T4SD Forum 2021 Register Programme Past Forum Editions MSME day 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 Forthcoming events News Stories Press releases Speeches Social channels ITC in the media Campaigns Orange the World 2020 Orange the World 2021 Countries / Territories Policymakers Trade Development Strategies Endorsements Endorsements   COVID-19 Recovery Strategies Ongoing strategies Product Portfolio Experience Strategy Design Principles The ITC Approach The ITC Advantage Implementation Management Support Endorsements Partner Organisations Trade Strategy Map Tourism Strategies e-Strategies Request a Proposal Partner videos “The strategy is an invaluable tool which will lead the way to the continued elevation of Saint Lucia as an export leader in the region. (...) Through the implementation of this strategy, we expect to create a vibrant and diversified export basket and open new markets and opportunities for business owners.” Ellen Johnson Sirleaf President Republic of Liberia April 2014 “The National Export Strategy of Kyrgyzstan will guide the implementation of our country’s development programs and help boost our exports.
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Score: 418429.9 - https://www.intracen.org/trade-strategy/Endorsements/
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S2_3.PDF 1 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 1 ITU ITU SeminarSeminar WarsawWarsaw, , Poland Poland , , 66--1010 OctoberOctober 20032003 SessionSession 2.32.3 Network planningNetwork planning at different time scales,at different time scales, long, medium and short termlong, medium and short term Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 2 Network planning at different time scales: • Long term network planning (Target network) Target network planning as bases for preparing of comprehensive master plans - master plans are usually based on long term assessments. • Medium term network planning To identify intermediate steps from present to target network. • Short term network planning Short-term plans can be made up on regional or local bases. 2 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 3 bridging long-term forecast medium-term forecast Demand Time Demand forecasting as bases for network planning Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 4 Network planning at different time scales as seen in the evolution steps to NGN Ø In respect to strategies for introduction of the new equipment Ø In respect to strategies for coexisting of the present and future technology 3 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 5 Strategies for introduction of the new equipment v Consolidation: Optimize the installed PSTN to reduce capital (CAPEX) and operational expenses (OPEX). Consolidation can be combined with a selection of future-safe products to prepare migration to NGN v Expansion: Keep the existing PSTN infrastructure and services, but introduce an overlay NGN (based on broadband access) for addressing new customers and introducing new services (e.g., multimedia). v Replacement: Replace PSTN components (at their end-of-life) with equivalent NGN components. Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 6 A next generation network (NGN) is essentially characterized by packet-based transport layer for voice and data and separation of control and transport functions v all application data is carried in packets/cells v broadband technology in the access v QoS capable multiservice networks in the edge network v optical networking in the core network v open distributed control architecture replaces the classical "monolithic" switch v distributed intelligent layer that separates control logic from transport v open platforms for creation, provisioning and delivery of intelligent/enhanced services Evolving Network Evolving Network ArchitecturesArchitectures :: Next Generation Network NGN 4 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 7 Network services Network control and management Core network Access network Evolving Network Evolving Network ArchitecturesArchitectures :: Next Generation Network NGN NGN architecture generalized in four layers Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 8 Evolving Network Evolving Network ArchitecturesArchitectures :: Next Generation Network NGN 5 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 9 Evolving Network Evolving Network ArchitecturesArchitectures :: Next Generation Network NGN Strategies for migrating TDM/PSTN towards NGN Evolution steps to NGN Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 10 Evolution steps to NGN 6 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 11 Evolution steps to NGN Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 12 Evolution steps to NGN 7 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 13 Strategies for coexisting of the present and future technology Overlay strategy Old technology New technology Old technology New technology Islandstrategy Pragmaticstrategy Old technology New technology Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 14 Strategies for coexisting of the present and future technology Overlay strategy Old technology New technology 8 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 15 Strategies for coexisting of the present and future technology Overlay strategy Deployment of overlay NGN access network Ø Residential gateways RGW and access gateways AGW are being deployed in the areas served by existing TDM equipment for new and business subscribers to meet their demands on new state-of-the-art services Ø Overlay NGN access network with Class 5 softswitches is created. Ø Gradually, this network is expanded till the total replacement of the existing TDM equipment Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 16 Strategies for coexisting of the present and future technology Overlay strategy 9 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 17 Strategies for coexisting of the present and future technology Island strategy Old technology New technology Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 18 Strategies for coexisting of the present and future technology Island strategy Deployment of NGN islands in the access network Ø PSTN exchanges are replaced with AGW and residential gateways RGW situated at the customer site Ø NGN class 5 islands are formed in the TDM network, connected via MAN Ø Trunk gateways TGW are used for interconnection with PSTN 10 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 19 Findings of the United Nations that: Ø all growth in population will concentrate in urbanareas, no growth in rural areas Ø most of the growth will concentrate in urban areas of less developed regions can be related to the Internet like this: Ø users (and traffic) will concentrate in urban areas, as urban areas put higher pressure on the individual to "do what the others do" and from technical point it is easier to connect people in urban areas (higher density, no long access lines) Ø as industrial areas are already covered very well with Internet users the growth of the less developed regions is the real add-on Users/Subscribers potential Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 20 The number of mobile users shows a high dynamic behaviour; many forecasts/expectations had to be corrected always after a few months Today In some countries the figures for mobile phones have now surpassed those for fixed lines; reason lies in the fact that a family has one fixed access but more than one member of the family has a mobile phone In sum: the general trend of the world-wide population - both in growth and in distribution - supports the dissemination of the Internet Internet - Mobile - Subscribers potential 11 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 2.3- 21 Subscribers potential Based on statistics for population, average house- hold size, average teledensity, residential teledensity and teledensity per house-hold.
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Score: 418423.05 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...rsaw-03/Day%201/2.3_Stanev.pdf
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