Next-Gen Messaging Solutions over IMS Analyzed in New Topical Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
06 Dec 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – IMS, or IP Multimedia Subsystem, is part of a huge 3G gamble fuelled by the mobile telephony operators to obtain control of the vast new Internet medium and monetize it. IMS offers a robust infrastructure for developing, deploying and operating multiple network services and data from a common network across a wide range of access networks. One of the most important legacy applications on traditional circuit networks is messaging. IMS enables messaging to transcend mobile via IP to become an expanding service across various media, applications, and networks. The development and research going on in this field is bound to make IMS the norm for all broadband access.
New market research report “Next Generation Messaging over IMS” elaborated by Mind Commerce Publishing provides an in-depth assessment of the key challenges faced in planning, deploying and operating next generation messaging. It includes detailed solutions and architecture over IMS network to provide messaging services with detailed call flows for typical user scenarios. The study delivers a granular SWOT analysis of traditional carrier SMS versus web-based messaging and Apple's iMessage texting service. A comprehensive overview of major vendors and products is featured as well.
Companies covered in the report include: Acision, Alcatel-Lucent, Apple, Colibria, Comverse, Ericsson, Facebook, Google, Linkedin, Mavenir Systems, Microsoft, Skype, Tekelec, Twitter, Yahoo.
Title: Next Generation Messaging over IMS
Published: December, 2011
Price: US$ 995
1. REPORT SUMMARY
2. MESSAGING MARKET TRENDS
3. WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES FOR TELECOM CARRIERS?
4. WHAT'S NEXT GENERATION MESSAGE SOLUTION OVER IMS?
4.1. Overview of Next Generation Messaging Solution
4.2. Standardization of Next Generation Messaging Solution
4.3. Next Generation Messaging Solution Detailed Network Architecture
4.4. Migration Path to Next Generation Messaging
4.5. Typical User Scenarios
4.5.1. Basic IP message Call Flow between IMS users
4.5.2. Message Flow from IMS user to SMS User
4.5.3. Messaging to Internet IM in session mode
4.5.4. Group Chat among different Messaging Communities
4.5.5. IP Messaging to multi-devices
5. MAJOR VENDOR ANALYSIS
5.1. Acision (www.acision.com)
More new research reports by the publisher can be found at Mind Commerce Publishing page.
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