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Analyzing Web 2.0 Integration with Next Generation Networks for Services Rendering

Author(s): Kamaljit I. Lakhtaria | Dhinaharan Nagamalai

Journal: International Journal of Database Management Systems
ISSN 0975-5985

Volume: 2;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 47;
Date: 2010;
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Keywords: Next Generation Networks (NGN) | IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) | WWW | Web 2.0

The Next Generation Networks (NGN) aims to integrate for IP-based telecominfrastructures and provide most advance & high speed emerging value added services.NGN capable to provide higher innovative services, these services will able to integratecommunication and Web service into a single platform. IP Multimedia Subsystem, aNGN leading technology, enables a variety of NGN-compliant communications servicesto interoperate while being accessed through different kinds of access networks,preferably broadband. IMS–NGN services essential by both consumer and corporateusers are by now used to access services, even communications services through the weband web-based communities and social networks, It is key for success of IMS-basedservices to be provided with efficient web access, so users can benefit from those newservices by using web-based applications and user interfaces, not only NGN-IMS UserEquipments and SIP protocol. Many Service are under planning which provided onlyunder convergence of IMS & Web 2.0. Convergence between Web 2.0 and NGN-IMScreates and serves new invented innovative, entertainment and information appealing aswell as user centric services and applications. These services merge features from WWWand Communication worlds. On the one hand, interactivity, ubiquity, social orientation,user participation and content generation, etc. are relevant characteristics coming fromWeb 2.0 services. Parallel IMS enables services including multimedia telephony, mediasharing (video-audio), instant messaging with presence and context, online directory,etc. all of them applicable to mobile, fixed or convergent telecom networks. With thispaper, this paper brings out the benefits of adopting web 2.0 technologies for telecomservices. As the services are today mainly driven by the user's needs, and proposed theconcept of unique customizable service interface.
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