IMS Reconciliation White Paper

Widespread acceptance of the principles in the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is nearing a level that would indicate the communications industry is close to reaching a de facto convergence architecture. We look at similarities and differences between the MultiService Forum R2 (physical) architecture and the 3GPP R6 Core IMS functional architecture.

Featured Software Research:

Beginner’s Guide to VoIP

Digital phone systems that convert voice into data for transmission over data networks is the phone of the future. This white paper provides an overview of voice over IP (VoIP) features and benefits. Read More

You may also be interested in these related documents:

Improving Intercompany Reconciliation for a Faster Close: Driving Financial Excellence

  • Source: SAP
  • Written By:
  • Published:
Are you moving beyond the need to comply with legislation like the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), to focus instead on driving sustainability and control in your processes? Do you have an initiative to support the fast close—or does your ability to complete your accounting cycles and close your books need a boost? Learn about technology and a methodology that can help you deal with the intercompany reconciliation challenge. Read More

Realizing the Potential of IMS with an IMS Charging Solution

Internet protocol multimedia subsystem (IMS) is transforming service providers’ networks by helping roll out blended voice-data-content services for wider markets. But before you implement IMS architectures to deliver more complex offerings, you need to know how IMS impacts your IT environment—and to address vital questions related to profitability and pricing, return on investment (ROI), and quality of service. Read More

Reconciliation: A Basis for Interconnect Settlements

When telecom operators interconect to send or receive different types of traffic, call detail records (CDRs) are generated at both ends. These CDRs need to be reconciled periodically to find errors, if any. While there are industry standards for resolving these errors, comprehensive reconciliation solutions do exist that focus on the issue from a billing perspective. Read More
 
comments powered by Disqus