CAMEL Training Advanced | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training

CAMEL Training Advanced | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training

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Course Overview:

CAMEL Training Advanced | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training – Hands-on

This CAMEL Training Advanced | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training is the second of our two courses on CAMEL, builds on the strong foundation of CAMEL knowledge we laid down in the first. In this CAMEL Training | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Advanced Training course, you will learn the advanced functionality of CAMEL phases 3 and 4, CAMEL vis-à-vis IMS and SIP, CAMEL overlay for non-CAMEL networks, third-party CAMEL platforms, and CAMEL Phase 4 (3GPP releases 5, 6 and 7). We will conclude with a comprehensive review of the state-of-the-art of CAMEL including the many CAMEL systems on the market, varying approaches to CAMEL deployment, status of CAMEL implementation worldwide, what is being implemented and why, and how to plan for CAMEL implementation for a new network, existing network, and MVNO or other specialized environments.

Throughout the CAMEL Training Advanced | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training course, you will receive practical guidance on how to design and deploy CAMEL networks. Whether you are a wireless or network design engineer, “service network” planner, or software/device designer, this CAMEL Training | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Advanced Training course will help you master the powerful features of today’s advanced intelligent networks that are made possible by CAMEL.

Customize It:

● If you are familiar with some aspects of this CAMEL Training Advanced | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
● We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
● If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

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CAMEL Training Fundamentals | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training
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Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this CAMEL Training Advanced | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training course:

• This CAMEL Training course is designed for individuals responsible for or involved with network planning, switch maintenance, central office engineering, interconnection, technical support or network operations. Though this course is designed for wireless providers, those involved in the wireline interconnect area might also find it beneficial.

What You Will Learn:

Upon completing this CAMEL Training Advanced | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

◾Describe concepts behind Intelligent Networks (IN)
◾Describe IN Functional Entities
◾Explain the conceptual and theoretical aspects of CAMEL
◾Describe how CAMEL relate to Intelligent Networks
◾Understand the Architecture, Functional Enteritis, and Key Components of CAMEL
◾Describe the various phases and feature of CAMEL
◾Design CAMEL based service logic
◾Understand the concept, basic functionality, main features, architecture of CAMEL phase 2
◾Understand CAMEL phase 2 on-line Charging Control (on-line changing for post-paid)
◾Describe Credit reservation and its interaction with network call flow
◾Understand CAMEL call flows and interaction with network services (
◾Describe basic call flows (MO and MT) and key parameters
◾Describe call forwarding, Explicit Call Transfer, Announcement, Multiparty, Closed User Group,Call Barring, Basic Optimal Routing, Immediate Service Termination, Operator-determined Barring, High-speed Circuit-switched Data, Multiple Subscriber Profile Roaming
◾Describe the advantages of CAMEL phase 3 and 4
◾Understand the future development trend for CAMEL

CAMEL Training Advanced | Customized Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic Training – Course Syllabus:

Review

◾GSM, CDMA, WCDMA, and UMTS networks
◾IN, WIN, and AIN
◾TCAP, MAP, SCCP and CAP protocols
◾IN conceptual model and planes
◾IN service creation environment

CAMEL Phase 3 Advanced Features

◾3G networks in general
◾UMTS network architecture
◾Cell planning: 2G versus 3G
◾Call control
◾CAMEL control of GPRS
◾CAMEL control of MO-SMS
◾Mobility management
◾Active location retrieval
◾Subscription data control
◾Enhancement to USSD
◾Pre-paging
◾Trigger Detection Points and CAP Operations in Phase 3
◾CAMEL Phase 3 Service Creation Examples

CAMEL Phase 4 Advanced Features

◾General introduction
◾Call control
◾GPRS control
◾SMS control
◾Mobility management
◾Any-time interrogation
◾Subscription data control
◾Mobile number portability
◾Trigger Detection Points and CAP Operations in Phase 4
◾CAMEL Phase 4 Service Creation Examples

CAMEL vis-à-vis IMS

◾Rationale for CAMEL control of IMS
◾IMS conceptual model
◾IMS development
◾IMS functional components
◾Basic principles of SIP
◾SIP session control in IMS
◾Service elements and service control
◾The IM-SSF and CSE
◾Registration
◾IMS call control
◾CAMEL application part for IMS control
◾Supported call cases for IMS control
◾Service example in IMS session control
◾Various CAMEL Systems on the Market

CAMEL Overlay for Non-CAMEL Networks

◾Network components
◾Advantages
◾Service scenarios
◾Industry approach and models

Third-Party CAMEL Platforms

◾Implementation methods
◾Charging and rating
◾Call and session control
◾Open standards and mechanisms
◾Examples of real implementations worldwide
◾Case study

CAMEL Phase 4: 3GPP Release 5

◾New and advanced features
◾Network components
◾Interfaces and functionality
◾Capability negotiation

CAMEL Phase 4: 3GPP Release 6

◾New and advanced features
◾Network components
◾Interfaces and functionality
◾Enhanced dialed service
◾Handover notification criteria
◾Enhancement to SCUDIF control
◾Reporting user-to-user information
◾Enhancement to user interaction

CAMEL Phase 4: 3GPP Release 7

◾New and advanced features
◾Network components
◾Interfaces and functionality
◾Trunk originated triggering
◾Enhancements to 3GPP Release 7
◾Industry Trends in CAMEL Implementation Approach
◾Worldwide Networks Overview and Status for CAMEL
◾What Is Being Implemented Currently and Why?

How to Plan CAMEL Implementation in Various Scenarios

◾New network
◾Existing network (service node, IN, etc.)
◾MVNO and specialized environments
◾Open Standards and Available Options for Interfacing

Discussion: Your CAMEL Implementation

◾What to implement?
◾How to implement?
◾Available options

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