The IMS: IP Multimedia Concepts and Services, Edition 3

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The 3rd edition of this highly successful text builds onthe achievement of the first two editions to provide comprehensivecoverage of IMS. It continues to explore the concepts,architecture, protocols and functionalities of IMS while providinga wealth of new and updated information. It is written in a mannerthat allows readers to choose the level of knowledge andunderstanding they need to gain about the IMS.

With 35% new material, The IMS,IP Multimedia Concepts andServices, 3rd Edition has been completely revised toinclude updated chapters as well as totally new chapters on IMSmultimedia telephony and IMS voice call continuity. Additional newmaterial includes IMS transit, IMS local numbering, emergencysessions, identification of communication services in IMS, newauthentication model for fixed access, NAT traversal and globallyroutable user agents URI. Detailed descriptions of protocolbehaviour are provided on a level that can be used forimplementation and testing.

Key features of the 3rd edition:

  • Two new chapters on IMS multimedia telephony service and IMSVoice Call Continuity
  • Updated information on Third Generation Partnership Project(3GPP) Release 7 level, including architecture, reference pointsand concepts
  • Substantially extended coverage on IMS detailed procedures
  • Completely rewritten and extended chapters on IMSservices 
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About the author

Miikka Poikselkä works for Nokia Siemens Networks,Finland.

Georg Mayer works for Nokia Mobile Phones,Finland. 

All the authors are involved with Third Generation PartnershipProject Agreement (3GPP), Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)and Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) standardization. 

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Publisher
John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
May 29, 2013
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Pages
496
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ISBN
9781118691168
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Language
English
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Genres
Technology & Engineering / Electrical
Technology & Engineering / Telecommunications
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