Triple Play

Telecoms Explained

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“Triple Play”is a combination of Internetaccess, voice communication (telephony), and entertainment servicessuch as IP television and video on demand.

The erosion of the traditional voice service, together with theever-increasing competition between companies, is pushing thetelecommunications industry towards a major shift in its businessmodels. Customers want more services in a more flexible way. Today,this shift can only be carried out by offering converged servicesbuilt around the Internet Protocol (IP). Triple Play, a bundle ofvoice, video, and data services for residential customers, is thebasis of this new strategy.

Hens and Caballero explain how and why the telecommunicationsindustry is facing this change, how to define, implement and offerthese new services, and describes the technology behind theconverged network. Triple Play analyses a number of businessstrategies to minimise costs, while migrating infrastructures andoffering new services.

Triple Play:

  • Describes the elementary concepts of triple play serviceprovision and gives detailed technical information to highlight keyaspects.
  • Discussed access networks, transport, signaling, servicedefinition and business models.
  • Covers the latest innovations in Triple Play services such asEthernet in the First Mile (EFM), VDSL2 (Very High Speed atitle="Digital Subscriber Line"href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Subscriber_Line"DSL/asecond generation), pseudowires andMultiprotocol Label Switching(MPLS).
  • Explores video solutions (encoding, IPTV, VoD) alongsidetransmission and switching technologies (Ethernet, DSL, PON,NG-SDH).
  • Includes a chapter on IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and onfixed/mobile convergence. 

Triple Play: Building the Converged Network for IP, VoIP andIPTV provides decision makers, engineers, telecommunicationsoperators, network equipment manufacturers, installers and ITmanagers with a thorough understanding of the changes oftraditional voice service and its impact upon thetelecommunications industry.

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About the author

José Caballero is the International Marketing manager for Trend Communications Ltd. He has an M.B.A., B.S. and an M.A. in computer communications. José has previously worked as a Communications Developer, Consultant at IBM, and is currently Director of Telecommunications in the UOC university. He is an acknowledged expert in next-generation networks and has published several articles, interviews and books on these subjects in the U.S., UK, Spain and Mexico. Over the last ten years José has given over 90 international lectures, seminars and conferences on Triple Play, NGN, SDH/SONET, 3G and Gigabit Ethernet.

Francisco Hens is a senior technology specialist at Trends Communications Ltd. He holds a B.Eng. and an M.A. in Telecommunications from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Francisco has a wide experience in local and extended networks, and many of his interests include most of the technologies deployed in the field of triple play, voice, video and data applications: TCP/IP architecture and routing, Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet, SDH, ATM, and DSL. He has published books, articles and white papers on these subjects.

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Publisher
John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
Apr 30, 2008
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Pages
416
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ISBN
9780470754399
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Language
English
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Genres
Technology & Engineering / Electrical
Technology & Engineering / Telecommunications
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