Here's an outstanding introduction to intelligent network (IN) concepts, technology, and applications for use in mobile communications networks. It helps assure your success in bringing new services to market by clearly explaining the technology, relevant standards, marketability concerns, product development issues, and even evolutionary trends.
This book is extremely useful in helping service developers understand the real-world issues involved with bringing new services to market, and equally valuable in educating ex-wireline professionals and non-technical executives on IN mobile networking issues and technology.
If you're new to the business, you'll appreciate the discussions of wireless IN standards, recommended business strategies, and applications. More experienced readers will learn more about the technology behind roaming, and the convergence of wireless and Internet communications.
Distinguishing this book from others in the field, and of particular value to more advanced readers, is the coverage of SS7, INAP, GSM, CAMEL, ANSI-41/WIN, ISUP loopback signaling, and proprietary IN technologies.
All readers will find the book a superb reference with clear descriptions, helpful diagrams, and an extensive glossary covering everything from basic mobile concepts to a detailed overview of the IN Conceptual Model.
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As existing carriers hire additional engineers and new telecommunications companies get underway, there's ever-increasing demand for people who know about Intelligent Network (IN) operations. Wireless Intelligent Networking explains how the IN works (especially in the United States), particularly the network's means of interacting with mobile communications systems. The book was written by working telecoms engineers, and though it is carefully organized (it's usually pretty easy to find a section on the protocol or other mechanism that interests you, for example), it's a little hard to decode on the first pass because of the nature of the subject. Advice to the reader: have specifications documents (relevant ones are listed in the endnotes) on hand as you read so that you can compare two presentations of the same facts and thus understand more quickly.
Discussion on the protocols that come into play during mobile interaction with the IN includes a fantastic level of detail. To cite one example, the different approaches to Calling Name Presentation (CNAP) taken by IS-764 and IS-771 are explored, and each specification is further explained via a chart that details the flow of messages between parties. Similarly excellent documentation appears for all applicable protocols, established and emerging. The business issues associated with wireless IN are also discussed. The material is good, but for a book-length treatment of emerging telecoms technologies and the industry surrounding them, read Telecommunications Convergence. --David Wall
Our goal as authors was to cover a broad range of technical and business information associated with mobile communications, intelligent networks and applications. While other books only address certain technology issues such as standards, Wireless Intelligent Networking covers a variety of technical areas in both GSM and ANSI-41 based networks. Knowing that most people are also interested in applications and technology evolution, we have provided an entire chapter devoted to many IN dependent/related mobile network applications and another chapter devoted to more advanced issues such as the relationship of IN with wireless Internet and the convergence of IN and IP.
Wireless Intelligent Networking provides a strong foundation of core technologies for beginners as well as more technical detail and discussion of key business issues for more advanced readers. Our hope is that you will enjoy reading and derive great benefit from our book. Please let us know as we appreciate reader feedback.
Gerry Christensen, co-author of Wireless Intelligent Networking, firstname.lastname@example.org
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