The Technological Issues and Impact of Intelligent Network Strategies and Its Rapid Deployment of Services in the Communication Network

The primary aim of the IN was to enhance the core telephony services offered by traditional telecommunications networks, which usually amounted to making and receiving voice calls, sometimes with call divert. This core would then provide a basis upon which operators could build services in addition to those already present on a standard telephone exchange. Using the Intelligent Network (IN) approach for supporting telecommunications services enables the use of productivity-enhancing techniques for the creation of new services. Rather than creating new services by cutting fresh software code, modules of service-independent logic can be arranged using graphical user interfaces. As a result, advanced telecommunications services, which are independent of the central switch, can be created more quickly than ever.

Provided by: International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST) Topic: Mobility Date Added: May 2011 Format: PDF

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