IP Multimedia Subsystems - Analysis & Implications

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This is a market insight looking into the implications of the deployment of IP multimedia subsystems (IMS). It starts by providing a context for IMS, looking at the major trends and challenges in the telecommunications markets today. It considers Western Europe specifically, but most of the points are highly pertinent in other regions of the world, particularly those at a similar level of market maturity.

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IP Multimedia Subsystems - Analysis & Implications, Context and Definition of IMSContext and Definition of IMSIntroductionContext of IMSWhat is IMS?Status of IMS TodayThe Need for IMSThe Need for IMSIMS Drivers & Restraints - Forcefield AnalysisStrongest IMS Drivers for Integrated CarriersAdvantages of IMSAnalysis of the Three Major Benefits of IMSIMS and ApplicationsThe Importance of Push-to-TalkThe Importance of PresenceThe Importance of IMS in Fixed-to-Mobile Convergence (FMC)Fixed-to-Mobile Convergence (FMC) VisionAccess Network StrategiesImplications and ConclusionsImplications of IMS and FMCFrom Telephone Call to 'Device Session'The Power of Combinational ServicesConclusions and Recommendations




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