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DATE

2013

AUTHORS

John O’Connell

ABSTRACT

Telecom services and internet services have traditionally been deployed using very different service architectures, conforming to different sets of industry standards. With the evolution of the network infrastructure to NGN and with the migration of both IT and telecom services to the cloud, there is an increasing harmonization of service architectures and an increasing adoption of IT technology within telecom environments. In this chapter, we describe how standardization activities in the IT industry have helped to transform the internet into a global service infrastructure and how a combination of standard technologies, open APIs and common platforms has helped to drive the growth of web services. We also highlight some of the emerging standards and platforms that are shaping the mobile application and cloud computing spaces. More... »

PAGES

118-137

Book

TITLE

Evolution of Telecommunication Services

ISBN

978-3-642-41568-5
978-3-642-41569-2

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-642-41569-2_7

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-41569-2_7

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