Intelligent Network Engineering

3 Day Course
Code PWL090

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The Background and Architecture of Intelligent Networks (5 topics)

  • The marketing drive to wards IN
  • Services provided
  • Architectural principles of IN
  • Review of basic switching and signalling ideas
  • The place of SS#7 in IN technology

The IN Conceptual Model (5 topics)

  • The IN standards bodies
  • The Q.1200 series of recommendations
  • The IN capability sets
  • Service independent building blocks
  • The four planes of the IN model

The Global Service Plane (3 topics)

  • SIBs and service functions
  • Combining service functions to create new services
  • Examples of services expressed as service functions

The Global Functional Plane (3 topics)

  • Global service logic and SIBs
  • The basic call process in IN technology
  • Points of initiation and return

The Distributed Functional Plane (3 topics)

  • Service modelling in the DFP
  • Information flows between functional entities
  • Basic call state modelling

The Distributed Physical Plane (4 topics)

  • Mapping of physical entities to functional entities
  • The adjunct processor and intelligent peripheral
  • The IN application protocol
  • Interfaces to SS#7

Capability Set No. 2 (4 topics)

  • New service processes and the supporting SIBs
  • Decomposition of SIBs
  • Changes to the IN conceptual model
  • Interworking issues in IN technology

Mobile Applications of Intelligent Networking (4 topics)

  • CAMEL - customised application of mobile enhanced logic
  • CAMEL services and architecture
  • CAMEL phases 1, 2 and 3
  • IN technology and UMTS

Applications in Network Management (2 topics)

  • TMN basics - telecommunication managed networks
  • TMN applications of IN

The Internet and Broadband ISDN Applications of IN (5 topics)

  • B-ISDN review and technology
  • Integration of IN and B-ISDN technologies
  • Internet applications
  • IN and voice over IP
  • Java and IN

New Architectures for Intelligent Networks (5 topics)

  • Object management techniques
  • CORBA - common object request broker architecture
  • The relationship between CORBA and IN
  • Agent-based techniques
  • Mobile agents and IN

Prerequisites

This course is intended for ? Telecommunication managers and staff Project leaders Planning managers and staff Service provision managers and staff All those involved in the planning, implementation and management of telecommunications services generally

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PWL090

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3 Days $2,085

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The training was delivered with a high level of expertise and excellence. Instructor was highly knowledgeable.”

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