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The Paradigm Shift in Telecommunications Services and Networks [chapter]

Masayoshi Ejiri
1995 Integrated Network Management IV  
This paper provides an overview of the ongoing evolution of telecommunications and outlines the paradigm shift that will be necessary in such areas as service provision, network architecture and pricing  ...  Liberalization of the telecommunications market has fundamentally changed the situation faced by every player involved with providing telecommunications services and networks.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to express his gratitude to Messrs. Masahiko Matsushita and Noriyuki Terada for their pertinent suggestions during the preparation of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34890-2_62 fatcat:2gjpauga25bb7p5c2y6eyxd5zq

Page 148 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 28, Issue 1 [page]

2005 Communication Abstracts  
As with all major paradigm shifts, the move from BE to QoS delivery is unlikely to remain untroubled.  ...  With the maturation of the Internet, users of business critical data applications require improved levels of service, implying a paradigm shift from the BE phase to QoS, allowing premium service delivery  ... 

Competition in the telecommunications industry: a new global paradigm and its limits

Eileen M Trauth, Douglas Pitt
1992 Journal of Information Technology  
The ascendancy of competition in the telecommunications industry suggests the emergence of a new public .policy paradigm.  ...  In this paper we present the underlying assumptions, effects and expected benefits of the competitive paradigm.  ...  Acknowledgement This research was partially supported by a Fulbright Scholar Award to Dr Trauth (Ireland: Dublin City University) and by a grant awarded to Professor Pitt by the Economic and Social Research  ... 
doi:10.1057/jit.1992.2 fatcat:nsagocmzcbcorekrhnrca4zf4i

Page 794 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 14, Issue 6 [page]

1991 Communication Abstracts  
A framework is outlined for understanding the conditions and processes of such paradigm shifts.  ...  ; employment and wages; the state of competition in telecommunications; and issues of international trade.  ... 

Page 282 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 21, Issue 2 [page]

1998 Communication Abstracts  
The fact is that the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPT) remains adamantly opposed to concessions on foreign direct investment in networks or network services.  ...  It is also in the process of revolutionizing the enormous industries that provide the infrastructure, equipment, services, and content for the communication and information economy.  ... 

Challenges of SOA adoption in the Telco domain for Latin American researchers

Fernando Mendioroz-Cotelo, Álvaro Rendón-Gallón, Juan Carlos Corrales-Muñoz, Julián Andrés Rojas-Meléndez
2015 Revista Facultad de Ingeniería  
<span>Telecommunication service providers such as Mobile Network Operators are currently under the vortex <span>arising from paradigm shifts imposed by the omnipresence of the Internet.  ...  The adoption of Service Oriented <span>Architecture and the shift to Next Generation Networks constitute some of the efforts of these organizations <span>at the conflence toward these new business models  ...  The telecommunication networks management models also need a transformation, adjusting and embracing this evolution imposed by the NGN deployment under SOA paradigms.  ... 
doi:10.19053/01211129.3547 fatcat:qw3bylwwtjgj3pxcjdouzlrf64

Page 125 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 22, Issue 1 [page]

1999 Communication Abstracts  
TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS.  ...  Telecommunications relationships between universal service and Internet commercialization are dis- cussed in terms of promoting competition, technology development, and collect- ing a universal fund.  ... 

A Reference Model for Conceptualising the Convergence of Telecommunications and Datacommunications Service Platforms [chapter]

Pasi Kemppainen
2000 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This paradigm shift, the convergence, is the driving force of the next generation technologies, services and even businesses.  ...  In addition, the TNI RM presents the importance of content networks in the ongoing convergence.  ...  In this way, Network Intelligence, as the name implies, is all about making the present and future converged services more intelligent by integrating separate networking paradigms.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35581-8_22 fatcat:5e2gtuf7hjhwzahor6q7lyai64

An emerging paradigm or just another trajectory? Understanding the nature of technological changes using engineering heuristics in the telecommunications switching industry

Arianna Martinelli
2012 Research Policy  
This study aims to fill this gap by applying network-based methodologies to knowledge networks, represented here by patents and patent citations.  ...  The rich technological history of telecommunications switches shows how engineers in the post-war period were confronted with huge challenges to meet drastically changing demands.  ...  the management of the network (for instance failure and congestion in some parts of the network). 15 In telecommunication networks (but this is also valid for computer networks) the multiplexer is the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2011.10.012 fatcat:sjflz5tchfh5pjcx4iuphhbcoy

DAPHNE: A Disruption-Tolerant Application Proxy for e-Health Network Environments [chapter]

Emmanouil G. Spanakis, Artemios G. Voyiatzis
2013 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
The ability of DTN to provide in-transit persistent information storage allows the uninterruptible provision of crucial e-Health services overcoming network instabilities, incompatibilities, or even absence  ...  This setting can occur in both rural and urban environments and in both disaster events and normal day-to-day life.  ...  The DTN paradigm discussed in the next sections can act as a unifying middleware embedded in the network stack to address the aforementioned issues.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-37893-5_10 fatcat:zop6r6pgjraxvhyrbtrf3zikli

The application of TINA in the Mesh project [chapter]

Marten van Sinderen, Luís Ferreira Pires
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper discusses the application of TINA concepts, architectures and related design paradigms in the MESH project.  ...  This paper also discusses the role and position of protocols and objects in this context.  ...  Protocols and Objects The TINA architecture isolates service issues from network issues, such that telecommunication applications can be designed and deployed independently of the network technology used  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0055306 fatcat:5jqlqrhgjjau3h3jbazvn3ai3a

Page 201 of Human Resources Abstracts Vol. 32, Issue 2 [page]

1997 Human Resources Abstracts  
Radical innovations in the use of such services have drastically changed the role of telecommunications in the economy.  ...  The network of networks: Localized technological change in telecommunications and productivity growth. Information Economics and Policy 8(4):317-335, Dec. 1996. COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY. ITALY.  ... 

Internet exterior routing protocol development: problems, issues, and misconceptions

T. Bass
1997 IEEE Network  
The focus then returns to the BGP-3→BGP-4 paradigm shift associated with classless interdomain routing (CIDR).  ...  It was not until 1992 that the engineering focus in the IETF apparently began to shift from policy-based routing to global network scalability [7][8][9].  ...  Acknowledgments This article would not have been possible without a pointer to Kleinrock and Kamoun's paper by Noel Chiappa during lively discussions in the CIDRD WG.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.598459 fatcat:sovjr2e4wjhhlomdpkuk52r4by

Next-Generation Enterprise Computing: Beyond EDOC 2006

Patrick Hung, Qing Li, Don Sparrow
2007 IT Professional Magazine  
Masayoshi Ejiri from Fujitsu, Japan, in a talk titled "Paradigm Shift of Telecommunications Services and Management for NGN (Next Generation Networks)," discussed the new features required in next-generation  ...  networks to accom-modate dramatic changes in telecommunications services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mitp.2007.18 fatcat:haiksb6v2zgcjc5pegtaeun4m4

Management of Information, Communications, and Networking: from the Past to the Future

Shingo ATA, Toshio TONOUCHI
2017 IEICE transactions on communications  
In retrospect, operations and management technologies cover widely from the support of telecommunications operations and remote monitoring for maintaining network equipments, to an integrated network management  ...  We then describe the state-of-the-art topics and future directions in the area of ICM. key words: information and communications management, network operation, telecommunication, operation systems, business  ...  In the end of 1990s, telecommunication management was a main topic, and around 2000s, there was a paradigm shift from operator-centric management to service-centric management, to provide various and user  ... 
doi:10.1587/transcom.2016pfi0017 fatcat:v5xfpffvmbfrvdnhrww73aswsi
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