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Fixed-mobile convergence
Managed Facilities-based Voice Network
Public switched telephone network
Packet telephony
Telephony
Ahoy (greeting)
AIOD leads
Aloaha FAX Suite
Alternate party
Answer/seizure ratio
Answering machine
Automated attendant
Automatic switched-transport network
Autopatch
Average call duration
Back-to-back user agent
Bat phone
Bell Labs Record
Billing Mediation Platform
Breakout box
Brring
BT 21CN
BT Highway
BTNUP
Bulk messaging
Cable telephony
Call capture
Call centre
Call Login Systems
Call tracing
Call2.com
Callback (telecommunications)
Capillary routing
Carrier of Record
Carrier preselect
Chief customer officer
Clearwave Communications
CLLI code
Commercial bandwidth
Common battery
Common technical regulation
COSMOS (telecommunications)
Craft access system
Demon dialing
Dialling
Dialogic card
Digital call quality
Diversicom
Domain dialing
Drunk dialing
Echo cancellation
Echo suppressor
Fiber to the x
Fixed Mobile Substitution
Fixed-Mobile Convergence Alliance
Forward echo
Four-wire circuit
Frequency extender
FSK standards for use in Caller ID and remote metering
Functional protocol
Generalised switched telephone network
Generic access profile
GOOG-411
GoTa
Group alerting and dispatching system
H.100 (computer telephony)
High-loss calculation
History of telephone service in Catalonia
Hold (telephone)
Incumbent local exchange carrier
INOC-DBA
Integrated Services Digital Network
Intercept message
Interexchange carrier
Interface functionality
International Premium Rate Service
Internet Party Line
Invention of the telephone
IOS Telecom
IP Multimedia Subsystem
Jipp curve
JSLEE
K-36 trailer
K-37 trailer
K-38 trailer
K-55 trailer
Landline
LIDB
List of call centre companies
List of telephony terminology
Loading characteristic
Local access and transport area
Lockout (telecommunication)
Long line (telecommunications)
Long-distance operator
Magic W3
MEDR
Milliwatt test
Missed call
Mobile phone
Mode 3 (telephone)
Mysipswitch
MySIPSwitch
Network access server
Network Effectiveness Ratio
Network Effectiveness Ratio (NER)
Telephone newspaper
Next-generation access
Night service
OAMP
Online charging system
Operator messaging
Organic Minutes
Path computation element
Personal Communications Network
Phone fraud
Phone tag
PhoneValet Message Center
Plum Voice
Pocket computer phone
Predictive dialer
Pronexus
PSTN network topology
QSIG
QuickFuse
Remote Radio Head
Request line
Reverse charge
Signaling System No 7
Silence suppression
Silent call
Simplified Message Desk Interface
Skills-based routing
SmartAction
Speaking tube
SpeechCycle
Stimulus protocol
Stock market data systems
Stromberg-Carlson
Switching Control Center System
Talkspurt
TDM Bus
TDS Telecom
Technological convergence
Teleblock
Telecom Transformation
Telecommunications Relay Service
Telephone
Telephone and Data Systems
Telephone and Data Systems, Inc
Telephone interpreting
Telephone number verification
Telephone operator
Telephone related articles
Telephone tapping in the Eastern Bloc
User talk:Telephony Application Grids
Telephony Application Programming Interface
Telephony application server
Telephony Portal
Telephony Service Provider
Théâtrophone
ToneLoc
Total Element Long Run Incremental Cost
Trap and trace device
Trunk vs Toll
TuVox
Underground Service Alert
Universal Service Ordering Code
Video IVR
Video-ready access device
Vishing
VoATM over DSL
Voice broadcasting
Voice frequency
Voice portal
Voiceband
VoiceObjects
War dialing
WarVOX
Warvox
White, black and grey routes
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Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC): High-impact Technology - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors

Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC): High-impact Technology - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors

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Published by Emereo Publishing
Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) is a change in telecommunications that removes differences between fixed and mobile networks.

Fixed Mobile Convergence is a transition point in the telecommunications industry that will finally remove the distinctions between fixed and mobile networks, providing a superior experience to customers by creating seamless services using a combination of fixed broadband and local access wireless technologies to meet their needs in homes, offices, other buildings and on the go.

This book is your ultimate resource for Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC). Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) right away, covering: Fixed-mobile convergence, Managed Facilities-based Voice Network, Public switched telephone network, Packet telephony, Telephony, Ahoy (greeting), AIOD leads, Aloaha FAX Suite, Alternate party, Answer/seizure ratio, Answering machine, Automated attendant, Automatic switched-transport network, Autopatch, Average call duration, Back-to-back user agent, Bat phone, Bell Labs Record, Billing Mediation Platform, BIX, Breakout box, Brring, BT 21CN, BT Highway, BTNUP, Bulk messaging, Cable telephony, Call capture, Call centre, Call Login Systems, Call tracing, Call2.com, Callback (telecommunications), Capillary routing, Carrier of Record, Carrier preselect, Chief customer officer, Clearwave Communications, CLLI code, Commercial bandwidth, Common battery, Common technical regulation, COSMOS (telecommunications), Craft access system, CT1, Demon dialing, Dialling, Dialogic card, Digital call quality, Diversicom, Domain dialing, Drunk dialing, Echo cancellation, Echo suppressor, Fiber to the x, Fixed Mobile Substitution, Fixed-Mobile Convergence Alliance, Forward echo, Four-wire circuit, Frequency extender, FSK standards for use in Caller ID and remote metering, Functional protocol, Generalised switched telephone network, Generic access profile, GOOG-411, GoTa, Group alerting and dispatching system, H.100 (computer telephony), High-loss calculation, History of telephone service in Catalonia, Hold (telephone), Incumbent local exchange carrier, INOC-DBA, Integrated Services Digital Network, Intercept message, Interexchange carrier, Interface functionality, International Premium Rate Service, Internet Party Line, Invention of the telephone, IOS Telecom, IP Multimedia Subsystem, Jipp curve, JSLEE, K-36 trailer, K-37 trailer, K-38 trailer, K-55 trailer, Landline, LIDB, List of call centre companies, List of telephony terminology, Loading characteristic, Local access and transport area, Lockout (telecommunication), Long line (telecommunications), Long-distance operator, Magic W3, MEDR, Milliwatt test, Missed call, Mobile phone, Mode 3 (telephone), Mysipswitch, Network access server, Network Effectiveness Ratio, Telephone newspaper, Next-generation access, Night service, OAMP, Online charging system, Operator messaging, Organic Minutes, Path computation element, Personal Communications Network, Phone fraud, Phone tag, PhoneValet Message Center, Plum Voice, Pocket computer phone, Predictive dialer, Pronexus, PSTN network topology, QSIG, QuickFuse, Remote Radio Head, Request line, Reverse charge, Signaling System No 7, Silence suppression, Silent call, Simplified Message Desk Interface, Skills-based routing, SmartAction, Speaking tube, SpeechCycle, Stimulus protocol, Stock market data systems, Stromberg-Carlson, Switching Control Center System, Talkspurt, TDM Bus, TDS Telecom...and much more

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC). It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) with the objectivity of experienced professionals.
Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) is a change in telecommunications that removes differences between fixed and mobile networks.

Fixed Mobile Convergence is a transition point in the telecommunications industry that will finally remove the distinctions between fixed and mobile networks, providing a superior experience to customers by creating seamless services using a combination of fixed broadband and local access wireless technologies to meet their needs in homes, offices, other buildings and on the go.

This book is your ultimate resource for Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC). Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) right away, covering: Fixed-mobile convergence, Managed Facilities-based Voice Network, Public switched telephone network, Packet telephony, Telephony, Ahoy (greeting), AIOD leads, Aloaha FAX Suite, Alternate party, Answer/seizure ratio, Answering machine, Automated attendant, Automatic switched-transport network, Autopatch, Average call duration, Back-to-back user agent, Bat phone, Bell Labs Record, Billing Mediation Platform, BIX, Breakout box, Brring, BT 21CN, BT Highway, BTNUP, Bulk messaging, Cable telephony, Call capture, Call centre, Call Login Systems, Call tracing, Call2.com, Callback (telecommunications), Capillary routing, Carrier of Record, Carrier preselect, Chief customer officer, Clearwave Communications, CLLI code, Commercial bandwidth, Common battery, Common technical regulation, COSMOS (telecommunications), Craft access system, CT1, Demon dialing, Dialling, Dialogic card, Digital call quality, Diversicom, Domain dialing, Drunk dialing, Echo cancellation, Echo suppressor, Fiber to the x, Fixed Mobile Substitution, Fixed-Mobile Convergence Alliance, Forward echo, Four-wire circuit, Frequency extender, FSK standards for use in Caller ID and remote metering, Functional protocol, Generalised switched telephone network, Generic access profile, GOOG-411, GoTa, Group alerting and dispatching system, H.100 (computer telephony), High-loss calculation, History of telephone service in Catalonia, Hold (telephone), Incumbent local exchange carrier, INOC-DBA, Integrated Services Digital Network, Intercept message, Interexchange carrier, Interface functionality, International Premium Rate Service, Internet Party Line, Invention of the telephone, IOS Telecom, IP Multimedia Subsystem, Jipp curve, JSLEE, K-36 trailer, K-37 trailer, K-38 trailer, K-55 trailer, Landline, LIDB, List of call centre companies, List of telephony terminology, Loading characteristic, Local access and transport area, Lockout (telecommunication), Long line (telecommunications), Long-distance operator, Magic W3, MEDR, Milliwatt test, Missed call, Mobile phone, Mode 3 (telephone), Mysipswitch, Network access server, Network Effectiveness Ratio, Telephone newspaper, Next-generation access, Night service, OAMP, Online charging system, Operator messaging, Organic Minutes, Path computation element, Personal Communications Network, Phone fraud, Phone tag, PhoneValet Message Center, Plum Voice, Pocket computer phone, Predictive dialer, Pronexus, PSTN network topology, QSIG, QuickFuse, Remote Radio Head, Request line, Reverse charge, Signaling System No 7, Silence suppression, Silent call, Simplified Message Desk Interface, Skills-based routing, SmartAction, Speaking tube, SpeechCycle, Stimulus protocol, Stock market data systems, Stromberg-Carlson, Switching Control Center System, Talkspurt, TDM Bus, TDS Telecom...and much more

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC). It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) with the objectivity of experienced professionals.

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Published by: Emereo Publishing on Jun 17, 2011
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