A Framework for Real-Time Resource Allocation in IP Multimedia Subsystem Network
IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) is designed to provide multiple-services and can be accessed from any access network. With the advent of new multimedia services; user requirement also changed and required delay tolerant services from the service providers. The new multimedia services demands the restrictions on network parameters and this can be achieved by analyzing the traffic flow from the core as well as access network capabilities. As access and core IMS network are independent of each other and does not exchange user SLA with each other. In this paper, the authors proposed framework based on Session Border Controller (SBC) that proactively monitored the traffic statistics as well as interact with access network operator for getting user's SLA and reserve resources accordingly.