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  1. An Introduction to Network Functions Virtualization – 5G and Emerging Technologies – LiveOnline

    As NFV based technology becomes more prevalent within service provider networks and is also envisaged to be a key enabler for 5G, this course seeks to clarify the key concepts and architectural requirements associated with NFV. The commercial considerations of NFV will be discussed, along with an exploration of the key NFV functional elements and deployment considerations.

    This course will contain the following sections:

  2. An Introduction to Network Functions Virtualization – IP Convergence – LiveOnsite

    As NFV based technology becomes more prevalent within service provider networks and is also envisaged to be a key enabler for 5G, this course seeks to clarify the key concepts and architectural requirements associated with NFV. The commercial considerations of NFV will be discussed, along with an exploration of the key NFV functional elements and deployment considerations.

    This course will contain the following sections:

  3. Analyzing HSPA+ – 3G – UMTS & HSPA+ – LiveOnline

    With the ever increasing demand for bandwidth, service providers have upgraded their third generation network based on UMTS to support mobile broadband. Termed HSPA (High Speed Packet Access), this course focuses on the modifications that have been made to the packet channels operating across the radio interface in terms of throughput enhancement methods, HSPA+ sessions and HSPA+ operational procedures.

    This course will contain the following sections:

  4. Analyzing HSPA+ – 3G – UMTS & HSPA+ – LiveOnsite

    With the ever increasing demand for bandwidth, service providers have upgraded their third generation network based on UMTS to support mobile broadband. Termed HSPA (High Speed Packet Access), this course focuses on the modifications that have been made to the packet channels operating across the radio interface in terms of throughput enhancement methods, HSPA+ sessions and HSPA+ operational procedures.

    This course will contain the following sections:

  5. Analyzing LTE Advanced – 4G – LTE & LTE Advanced – LiveOnline

    With Release 10 of the 3GPP specifications came the introduction of LTE Advanced, a suite of radio related improvements designed to push the data rates and capacity of LTE even higher. Techniques explored in this course include the use of Carrier Aggregation, SON, CoMP and Dual Connectivity, as well as the improvements required across the air interface signalling protocols to support these new features. The course also features E-UTRAN related improvements, including the required enhancements to X2 in support of mobility, as well as the use of relays.
    This course will contain the following sections:

  6. Analyzing LTE Advanced – 4G – LTE & LTE Advanced – LiveOnsite

    With Release 10 of the 3GPP specifications came the introduction of LTE Advanced, a suite of radio related improvements designed to push the data rates and capacity of LTE even higher. Techniques explored in this course include the use of Carrier Aggregation, SON, CoMP and Dual Connectivity, as well as the improvements required across the air interface signalling protocols to support these new features. The course also features E-UTRAN related improvements, including the required enhancements to X2 in support of mobility, as well as the use of relays.
    This course will contain the following sections:

  7. Analyzing the 2G and 3G Core Network – 2G – GSM & GPRS – LiveOnline

    This course is initially focused around the changes to the CS core network introduced in Release 4 of the 3GPP specifications, discussing the reasons for migration to packet transport. The main focus of the course is an exploration of the various protocols used to facilitate call establishment in the CS core. This includes showing how H.248/MGCP, SIP/BICC and RTP are all utilized in the call setup and subsequent voice exchange. The course also discusses the PS core, showing current operation based on GPRS, as well as next generation operation based on the EPC.
    This course will contain the following sections:

  8. Analyzing the 2G and 3G Core Network – 2G – GSM & GPRS – LiveOnsite

    This course is initially focused around the changes to the CS core network introduced in Release 4 of the 3GPP specifications, discussing the reasons for migration to packet transport. The main focus of the course is an exploration of the various protocols used to facilitate call establishment in the CS core. This includes showing how H.248/MGCP, SIP/BICC and RTP are all utilized in the call setup and subsequent voice exchange. The course also discusses the PS core, showing current operation based on GPRS, as well as next generation operation based on the EPC.
    This course will contain the following sections:

  9. Analyzing the 2G and 3G Core Network – 3G – UMTS & HSPA+ – LiveOnline

    This course is initially focused around the changes to the CS core network introduced in Release 4 of the 3GPP specifications, discussing the reasons for migration to packet transport. The main focus of the course is an exploration of the various protocols used to facilitate call establishment in the CS core. This includes showing how H.248/MGCP, SIP/BICC and RTP are all utilized in the call setup and subsequent voice exchange. The course also discusses the PS core, showing current operation based on GPRS, as well as next generation operation based on the EPC.
    This course will contain the following sections:

  10. Analyzing the 2G and 3G Core Network – 3G – UMTS & HSPA+ – LiveOnsite

    This course is initially focused around the changes to the CS core network introduced in Release 4 of the 3GPP specifications, discussing the reasons for migration to packet transport. The main focus of the course is an exploration of the various protocols used to facilitate call establishment in the CS core. This includes showing how H.248/MGCP, SIP/BICC and RTP are all utilized in the call setup and subsequent voice exchange. The course also discusses the PS core, showing current operation based on GPRS, as well as next generation operation based on the EPC.
    This course will contain the following sections:

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