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Implementing Value Added Applications in Next Generation Networks

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Implementing Value Added Applications in Next Generation Networks
: One of the major issues in the future Internet is the integration of telecom networks with the Internet. In many countries, large Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are also telecom operators that have been focusing on providing Internet services through their telecom networks with telecom-grade mechanisms. In this article, we show that IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is a telecom-grade mechanism that addresses this important issue. In Next Generation Network (NGN), IMS supports IP-based multimedia services that can be accessed from various wireless and wired access technologies through fixed-mobile convergence. We show how to integrate Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) with NGN/IMS to offer enhanced IPTV services for subscribers with set-top boxes or mobile phones. We specifically describe the implementations of three services: weather forecasts, short messages on TV screens and TV shopping/food ordering for mobile users. Although these services can be directly implemented in the Int...
Yeh-Chin Ho, Yi-Bing Lin, Ren-Huang Liou, Yuan-Kua
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Updated 17 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where FI
Authors Yeh-Chin Ho, Yi-Bing Lin, Ren-Huang Liou, Yuan-Kuang Tu
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