Signaling in the Telco Cloud

Signaling refers to establishing, transmitting, controlling and interrupting connectivity (both telephony and internet). Signaling in telco networks have significantly evolved in past two decades.

This research report looks into the history of the evolution of signaling and attempts to identify current market trends and developments related to signaling. The report also includes signaling features in newly released protocols including NG Core System Architecture, Control Plane CIoT Optimization, and Control and User Plane Separation (CUPS), and provides necessary roadmap for telcos to migrate into next generation of signaling

  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • 2.1. What Is Signaling?
    • 2.2. Importance of Signaling
    • 2.3. Evolution of Signaling
  • 3. SIGNALING IN EXISTING NETWORKS
    • 3.1. SS7
    • 3.2. SIGTRAN
    • 3.3. Diameter
    • 3.4. SIP
  • 4. CURRENT MARKET DEVELOPMENTS
    • 4.1. Telco Cloud Developments
    • 4.2. Virtualization
  • 5. FUTURE SIGNALING
    • 5.1. NG Core and CIOT Optimization
  • 6. CONCLUSIONS
    • 6.1. Dealing with SS7 Issues
    • 6.2. Virtualizing Diameter Controller Elements
  • 7. PROFILES
    • 7.1. BroadForward
    • 7.2. ERICSSON
    • 7.3. Nokia
    • 7.4. Oracle
    • 7.5. Sonus
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Research Information

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Publish Date
1Q 2018
Code
AN-2558
Research Type
Technology Analysis Report
Pages
30