Rich Communication Services

This course focuses on the GSMA’s Rich Communication Services global initiative and in so doing provides a comprehensive understanding of the methodologies by which these services will be controlled and delivered across an IMS network. This includes the real-time services of voice, video and messaging, in addition to reviewing how services such as geolocation, converged address book and Social Presence are implemented.
This course will contain the following sections:

  • Topic areas covered include:
  • Drivers for RCS
  • TheRise of OTT Providers, the RCS business model
  • RCS51 Architecture
  • IncorporatingGSMA IR92, Example End to End RCS Architecture, RCS Device Modes, Client Types,Device Architecture and the Joyn Initiative
  • RCSRegistration Procedures
  • IMSConsiderations, Registration Optimization, Capability Management, Security
  • RCSServices
  • Standalone Messaging, 1-to-1 Chat, Group Chat, File Transfer, Content Sharing, Presence, IP Voice, Geolocation
  • RCSInter-Service Provider Interworking Considerations
  • GSMAIR90
  • Topic areas covered include:
  • IMSConcepts
  • IMSArchitecture
  • P,S and I CSCF, HSS, Application Servers, PSTN Breakout and Interworking
  • SIPBasics
  • ProtocolArchitecture, Methods, Registration and Session Establishment
  • IMSRegistration and Session Establishment
  • Topic areas covered include:
  • InitialProcedures
  • RCSProtocols, RCS and Access Technologies, Service Provisioning in the IMS
  • ClientConfiguration
  • Auto-configuration,HTTP Based Client Configuration
  • RCSSpecifics for IMS Registration
  • Addressingand Identities
  • Capabilityand User Discovery
  • Topic areas covered include:
  • VoiceServices in RCS
  • GSMAIR92 (VoLTE), GSMA IR58 (VoHSPA) and Supplementary Services
  • TypicalVoLTE Call Establishment
  • VideoCalling with GSMA IR94
  • MultimediaMessaging Services in RCS
  • OMACPM, 1-to-1 and Group Chat
  • RCSPresence Services
  • Topic areas covered include:
  • IPXFunctionality and Architecture
  • IPXConnectivity Options
  • Diameterand Roaming
  • RoamingArchitecture, DRA, DNS and Diameter Edge Agents
  • SAECharging Architecture
  • CTF,CCF, CGF, OCS, OFCS, GTP’, Diameter Charging Interfaces
  • ChargingIdentifiers
  • Wi-Fi Calling
  • Introduction to ViLTE
  • VoLTE System Engineering
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Duration 1 day
CPD Learning Credits 6
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