* Some courses can also be taught WebLive

Onsite Training: IMS, SIP, VoIP, EoIP

This curriculum focuses on the technologies that are employed to deliver multimedia services over IP, including IMS, SIP, VoIP, and EoIP. Courses customized to your organization (potentially combining topics covered in separate courses) are available.

You may also want to check out our Courses: SS7, CAMEL, Diameter, Onsite Training: IoT, IPv6, MPLS curriculum.
Onsite Training: IMS, SIP, VoIP, EoIP
all can be taught at your offices, some also on the Web
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Tutorial: Internet Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)

Internet Multimedia Subsystem (“IMS”) is a policy based system that provides greater flexibility to operators for the development and launch of multimedia applications.   While IMS has often been thought of as a data/application enabler, many operators are actually looking to it as the next generation technology for both voice and data, providing services to subscribers in a manner that has never before been seen.

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The Three C’s of VoIP: CODECS, Codes, and Convicts!

The first C of VoIP is CODECS, which means that the implementing organization can choose to use either traditional Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) coder/decoders, just like in the old networks, can choose new wideband CODECS, or can choose from a long list of CODECS in the family known as Linear Predictive Coders (LPCs).

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VoIP QoE, Ken Lay [formerly] of Enron, and “Photographic Evidence”

Jeff summarized the webinar in five bullet points: Wideband VoIP is better matched [to today’s QoE needs], because voice is wideband. Open [wideband] VoIP standards give much higher sound quality [than their traditional counterparts]. Today’s wideband codecs use bit rates comparable to narrowband. Most common wideband codecs are open standards. Excellent standards-based wideband endpoints are openly available today [from a variety of manufacturers].

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Tutorial – 3G, IMS, and the Carrier Network Evolution Economics

Carriers in the developed countries face a number of challenges today that include margin expansion, adding shareholder value while coping with a shrinking addressable market, and ongoing complaints about the quality of subscriber experience.  By understanding the margin-per-application for the 3G applications such as video, audio, SMS, and others, and while understanding the cost differences on a per-minute-of-use basis for voice in a legacy domain versus that of a 3G/IMS system, carriers can begin to set forth strategies that will address all challenges while continuing to grow their business.

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IPTV: A Half-Day Course for All Audiences (Course N-IPTV)

This half-day course is aimed at all who need a quick, “technical light” introduction to IPTV.

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