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An Architecture for Provisioning IP Services in an Operations Support System [chapter]

A. John, B. Sugla, H. Krishnan, E. Park, A. Raghu, R. Sequiera, A. Wanchoo
2003 Integrated Network Management VIII  
This paper discusses an architecture for a provisioning system that meets the challenges currently facing service providers in a service and subscriber-based OSS environment.  ...  The architecture makes a clear separation between a provisioning core, which is a general framework for provisioning services, and service definitions that model the provisioning view of a service.  ...  CONCLUSIONS This paper discusses the issues in building a provisioning system for multiple IP services in an OSS.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35674-7_43 fatcat:gtmtqvb3uzeahng67ybjn3fryi

A Cross-System Approach for Multimedia Services with IP Multicast in 4G Networks

Diogo Gomes, Rui L. Aguiar, Susana Sargento
2008 Wireless personal communications  
The increased demand for multimedia services by mobile end users in recent years have driven both Broadcast and Wireless Network operators to develop new systems and architectures for the deployment of  ...  3GPP/MBMS and DVB, where services can be delivered to end-users in the most appropriate way for end-users and operators alike.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The work presented in this paper was partially funded by the EU project IST-2002-506997 Daidalos II, and thanks are due to several partners that contributed to its development  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-008-9626-7 fatcat:2sgnxqrpgjhublc3tufbtubswu

A Flexible IP Active Networks Architecture [chapter]

Alex Galis, Bernhard Plattner, Jonathan M. Smith, Spyros Denazis, Eckhard Moeller, Hui Guo, Cornel Klein, Joan Serrat, Jan Laarhuis, George T. Karetsos, Chris Todd
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
and a build-in management system.  ...  These elements provide the foundations on which Execution Environments are deployed and operate in an independent manner.  ...  possible the development, provision and validation of a novel Active Networks architecture for future IP networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-40057-5_1 fatcat:v5t2p43y4zdjjd5auqbvatwepm

Toward an all-IP-based UMTS system architecture

L. Bos, S. Leroy
2001 IEEE Network  
The article discusses two possible scenarios for supporting VoIP services in the UMTS service architecture and analyzes their applicability in an all-IP-based UMTS network.  ...  service provisioning architecture.  ...  Acknowledgments The research work leading to this article was conducted within the framework of the AMBER project, supported by the Flemish Community -IWT.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.898820 fatcat:k6kwyqp5pnhj5myllz4wx22f34

The PacketCable architecture

E. Miller, F. Andreasen, G. Russell
2001 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Currently, the architecture provides a complete solution for delivering VoIP services. In this article we present the core capabilities necessary to implement such services in a scalable fashion.  ...  Next, we describe the major functional components that comprise the Packet-Cable architecture and illustrate how they work together to form an integrated IP multimediaenabled system architecture, which  ...  Also, the service provider has supporting infrastructure systems for security, provisioning, name resolution, and other operational support services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.925675 fatcat:xr3rmtkkcnavhalax5xhofh4k4

Dynamic resource management for QoS provisioning over next-generation IP-based wireless networks

Sotiris Maniatis, Eugenia Nikolouzou, Iakovos S. Venieris
2006 Computer Communications  
A significant issue in current research pursuits is the formulation of the requirements and basic design options for the next-generation wireless network architecture.  ...  operations.  ...  Moreover, user mobility does not only entail an intra-system handover, but it may involve an inter-system one, resulting in considerable adaptation of the traffic involved.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2005.07.016 fatcat:2xwk5zd4gfb4xd4xrnam2l3kta

Network centric satellite communication with IP networks based on regenerative satellite Mesh-A (RSM-A) Ka band technology

Rajeev Gopal, Steve Arnold, Lisa Orr, Syed Ali
2008 MILCOM 2008 - 2008 IEEE Military Communications Conference  
The relevant RSM-A based capabilities and services are described with respect to a framework for evaluating satellite system architectures for meeting network centric requirements.  ...  This analysis is illustrated with conceptual design and architectural attributes, supported by representative data from test results and recent operational experience over a commercial satellite system  ...  planes are also well supported on satellite networks in an inter-operable fashion.  ... 
doi:10.1109/milcom.2008.4753511 fatcat:klztxloxfvfknj65rhsclfwwge

In-Operation Network Planning

L. Velasco, D. King, O. Gerstel, Ramon Casellas, A. Castro, Víctor López
2014 Zenodo  
In this article, we propose a control and management architecture to allow the network to be dynamically operated.  ...  Employing those dynamicity capabilities, the network can be reconfigured and reoptimized in response to traffic changes in an automatic fashion; hence, the resource overprovisioning can be minimized and  ...  system, which may include a technology specific Operations Support System (OSS).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.58187 fatcat:xkbssttixbfn5kqexjyq777awi

Next-generation telco IT architectures and transformation to support service production and operation in all-IP (NGN) networks [Guest Editorial]

Frank Kocsis, Akira Kurokawa, John P. Reilly
2010 IEEE Communications Magazine  
All-IP NGN architectures with a service factory such as a service delivery platform, IP multimedia system (IMS), and network factory providing connectivity services can support all kind of communication  ...  Today's communication service provider (CSP) architectures are based on separate stovepipes for fixed, mobile, and data services.  ...  All-IP NGN architectures with a service factory such as a service delivery platform, IP multimedia system (IMS), and network factory providing connectivity services can support all kind of communication  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2010.5534592 fatcat:afrfrqucjnggvf3dc4sttmubem

Using BPEL workflow processing for cross-layer orchestrations in IP-over-optical networks: A proof of concept

M. Chamania, E. Demirbilek, A. Jukan, X. Masip-Bruin, M. Yannuzzi
2012 2012 IEEE Network Operations and Management Symposium  
In this work, we present a basic prototype of a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) based framework proposed in the EU project ONE [1] for programmable orchestration of IP and transport management processes  ...  The rapid growth of network services is forcing operators to use of inter-layer coordination between the IP and the transport network management systems in order to optimize resource utilization within  ...  An advantage of using SOA is that third party systems can also be integrated in the architecture with ease.  ... 
doi:10.1109/noms.2012.6212049 dblp:conf/noms/ChamaniaDJMY12 fatcat:d3wjqrjqffar7bp2qry5bd5uam

Advanced QoS provisioning in IP networks: the European premium IP projects

S. Giordano, S. Salsano, S. Van den Berghe, G. Ventre, D. Giannakopoulos
2003 IEEE Communications Magazine  
IP networks.  ...  This article describes the current evolution of QoS architectures, mechanisms, and protocols in the Internet, as it is ongoing in the framework of the European Union funded research projects on premium  ...  She has published extensively in the areas of quality of services, traffic control, and mobile ad hoc networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2003.1166651 fatcat:7h7niznqwbdjhakzibgbgs6yy4

An integrated network management approach for managing hybrid IP and WDM networks

L. Raptis, G. Hatzilias, F. Karayannis, K. Vaxevanakis, E. Grompin
2003 IEEE Network  
In their effort to facilitate such services in a flexible and costeffective way, an integrated network management system for IP and WDM technologies is a prerequisite.  ...  Pacing toward converged voice and data networks, the IP over WDM/OTN network architecture supported by MPLS satisfies the advanced next-generation network requirements to provide fast, reliable, and flexible  ...  Acknowledgments This article describesthe work undertaken and in progress in the context of the IST Project WINMAN [ll] (WDM and IP Network Management, IST 13305), co-funded by the European Union.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mnet.2003.1201475 fatcat:7swclov76javlny3bwmwanxm3u

Issues of Backhaul Construction Based on Long Term Evolution Technology

L. O. Tokar, Ya. O. Krasnozheniuk
2019 Science and Education a New Dimension  
In terms of providing new high-speed user services, mobile operators face technical and economic difficulties.  ...  label switching protocol is configured to simultaneously support several generations of mobile communication in a single network plane-oriented architecture.  ...  Such a management system will provide economic support for scalable services and services in the IP network.  ... 
doi:10.31174/send-nt2019-193vii23-12 fatcat:ucuwkurau5gebgkjvmp5rwcpuy

Transparent IP radio access for next-generation mobile networks

D. Wisely, H. Aghvami, S.L. Gwyn, T. Zahariadis, J. Manner, V. Gazis, N. Houssos, N. Alonistioti
2003 IEEE personal communications  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work has been performed in the framework of the TIPRA consortium.  ...  service provision platforms that can act as a control point for service provision flexibility and adaptability.  ...  OPEN ALL-IP NETWORK ARCHITECTURE By definition it is difficult to make predictions and foresee which network systems and services will succeed in the forthcoming 10 years.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2003.1224976 fatcat:oloeiuzcgnb3plsbbi4mypireq

Interworking of 3G cellular networks and wireless LANs

Wei Song, Weihua Zhuang, Aladdin Saleh
2007 International Journal of Wireless and Mobile Computing  
There are many aspects involved in their interworking, such as mobility, security and Quality of Service (QoS) provisioning.  ...  With combined strengths, the integrated networks will provide both wide-area coverage and high-rate data services in hotspots.  ...  In UMTS, the gateway node to external packet networks (i.e., GGSN) is required to provision an IP bearer service manager for interworking with external IP networks.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwmc.2007.016718 fatcat:rhima2b57nft3c6yvgx2jw3x7m
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