Internet Technologies for Fixed and Mobile Networks

Internet Technologies for Fixed and Mobile Networks

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Description

The convergence of legacy telecommunications towards the Internet and Internet technologies is an ongoing process, resulting in converged Telecom and Internet worlds. Based on current and developing industry practice, this book focuses on the Internet technologies, in particular, on Internet principles, protocols, and services for fixed and mobile networks, including technologies, regulation, and business aspects. This timely resource provides readers with all-around coverage of standardized Internet technologies, Internet standardization regarding the Telecom sector, as well as the convergence of all services onto the Internet. This includes legacy telecommunication services, legacy Internet services, and emerging over-the-top services such as Skype, which appeared during the past decade on a global scale, driven by the penetration of fixed broadband and mobile broadband.

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About Author

Toni Janevski is a Professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedionia, where he received his Dipl. Ing. in electronics and telecommunications, M.S. in computer science and informatics, and his Ph.D. in telecommunications.

Contents

Introduction to Internet Technologies; Internet Protocols; Internet Networking; Fundamental Internet Technologies; Internet Standardization for Telecom Sector; Internet Technologies for Mobile Broadband Networks; Broadband Internet Services; Cloud Computing; Future Networks; Conclusions.

Product Details

  • publication date: 31/10/2015
  • ISBN13: 9781608079216
  • Number Of Pages: 400
  • ID: 9781608079216
  • weight: 953
  • ISBN10: 160807921X

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