An IMS Evolution Strategy

Wilcox, Stephen; Steingas, Dan
September 2006
Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Sep2006 Supplement, Vol. 40, p12
Trade Publication
The article discusses the evolution of Internet protocol multimedia subsystems (IMS). Because of the increasing customer demand in the wireless technology, telecommunication companies have introduced the IMS architecture. IMS offers new services through standardized interfaces and to lower the set-up time and cost of equipment through the competitive ecosystem while maintaining the necessary quality of services and security.


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