SS7's Role in the IMS Future

Key, Jeff
February 2006
Wireless Week;2/15/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p24
Trade Publication
Contends that rumors in the U.S. mobile communications industry about the demise of signaling system 7 (SS-7)-based signaling network due to the entry of IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) networking are exaggerated. Prediction that SS-7 will remain the principal signaling technology for years to come; Discussions on the reasons that make SS-7 viable for the industry,.


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