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Evolution of Telecommunication Services

The Convergence of Telecom and Internet: Technologies and Ecosystems

Bertin, Emmanuel, Crespi, Noel, Magedanz, Thomas (Eds.)

2013, XII, 327 p. 105 illus.

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In the telecom world, services have usually been conceived with a specific mindset. This mindset has defined the  traditional characteristics of these services; services distinguished by their linkage with the access network, tight control over service use (e.g., authentication, billing),  lack of deep personalization capabilities (mass services only) and reliance on standardization to achieve end-to-end interoperability between all the actors of the value chain (e.g., operators, platform manufacturers, device manufactures).
This book offers insights into this complex but exciting world of telecommunications characterized by constant evolution, and approaches it from technology as well as business perspectives. The book is appropriately structured in three parts: (a) an overview of the state-of-the-art in fixed/mobile NGN and standardization activities; (b) an analysis of the competitive landscape between operators, device manufactures and OTT providers, emphasizing why network operators are challenged on their home turf; and (c) opportunities for business modeling and innovative telecom service offers.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Web-based service industries - cloud computing - internet of things - self-organization - virtual environments

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Communication Networks - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Software Engineering - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Part I: History and Perspectives on the Telecom.- Standardized Assets.- Network and Control Platforms.- Telecom Applications, APIs and Service Platforms.- Value Added Services in the Evolving Multimedia Communication Network.- NGN Standardization as a Strength.- Part II: A New Competitive Landscape between Operators, Device Makers and OTT Service.- Providers; Why Are the Operators Challenged and How they Can Compete.- A Short History of VoIP Services.- NGN Shortcomings.- An IT Perspective on Standards, Service Architectures and Platforms.- A Review: What Matters for Ecosystem Business Strategy.- New Regulatory Approaches in an Evolving Market Structure.- Part III: New Opportunities, Future Battlefields.- Virtualizing Devices.- Virtualizing Platforms.- Virtualizing Network.- Internet of Things.- Internet of Services.

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