Duration: 3 days
Signaling System 7 (SS7) defined by the ITU-T is a global signaling standard for the transfer of signaling information between telecom networks. It provides an architecture for performing signaling in support of the call-establishment, billing, routing, and information-exchange functions for both the fixed and mobile networks. It identifies functions to be performed by a signaling-system network and a protocol to enable their performance. The course provides a comprehensive treatment of the SS7 network architecture and protocols in terms of network context, applications, interworking with other networks, interpretation of signaling traces and SS7 network dimensioning.
Who will Benefit:
Telecom engineers and technical staff handling core networks and those involved in the software development, testing and deployment of SS7 networks.
A general understanding of telecom and data communication principles is required.
Mode of Delivery:
Instructor led classes, interpretation of SS7 signaling traces, multi-media simulations, and tutorial exercise.
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