Baumgartner, Jeff
April 2006
CED;Apr2006, Vol. 32 Issue 4, Special section p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses technologies and trends contributing to the migration of the cable industry into wireless communication in the U.S. One of these technologies is the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS). IMS has become a popular broadband platform. IMS was borne out of 3rd Generation Partnership Provider and is now a part of PacketCable 2.0 specifications.


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