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Unformatted text preview: UT D CS 6386 Telecommunication Software Design Session 01 Introduction Instructor Information Nhut Nguyen Samsung Telecommunications Americas E-mail: nhutnn@utdallas.edu Phone: 972-761-7788 972-761- 1 The WWH of CS 6386 What? Important concepts in telecom system development Fun design project using cutting edge technologies Why? Want to gain a solid knowledge about telecom software design Be able to talk about SIP, RTP, VoIP etc..... Learn about a new, exciting trends in telecom industry Nothing better to do (NOT!) How? Be prepared and participate Ask questions! 3 Why Telecom is Important? Information Revolution! From hard economy: manufacturing, distributing, and retailing atoms To soft economy: media, knowledge - information Involve creation, manipulation, distribution and sharing of information Future economy likely to be dominated by information Knowledge is power! Computing: information creation & manipulation Computing: Telecom: provides means to access, sharing and Telecom: communicating information 4 2 Computing and Communication Convergence 1970s - Mainframe, PSTN 1980s - Network computing, separate data and voice networks 1990s - Personal computing, workstations, LAN, ISDN, Internet What next? - Global integrated multimedia infomedia network? Convergence of various technologies! 5 Information Technologies Convergence Mobility Telecom Industry Internet PC-LAN PC Desk-top computing Infocom Industry Computer Industry Mainframes Electronic publishing and entertainment Media Industry Multimedia data communications are the driving force for IT convergence 6 3 Internet Traffic in the US 100 Pbps 10 Pbps 1 Pbps 100Tbps 10Tbps 1Tbps New Measurements Voice Crossover: August 2000 Projected at 4/Year 100Gbps 10Gbps 1Gbps 100Mbps 10Mbps 1Mbps ARPA & NSF Data to 96 2.8/Year 4/Year 100Kbps 10Kbps 1Kbps 100 bps 10 bps 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 7 Source: Roberts et al., 2001 4 ...
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