Unified Communications (UC) over IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Solutions and Market/Business Analysis

Date: July 22, 2011
Pages: 43
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Unified Communications (UC) over IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Solutions and Market/Business Analysis
Overview:

IP Multi-media Subsystem (IMS) is defined by various standard body include 3GPP, TISPAN, etc. It's a fully standardized architecture with detailed definition of interface/protocol/procedures. It's a platform enabler facilitating a multi-tenant environment, including residential users, wireless users and enterprise UC users.

This report includes both technical information (technology, architecture, solutions) as well as business information (SWOT analysis of key players/offerings, application evaluation, business case, and market forecasting) for UC over IMS. Players/solutions evaluated include 8x8, Apple, AT&T, Google, and Telstra. The report also analyzes UC feature/functionality including presence, IM, UM, team collaboration, conference and telephony servers. The report also evaluates call/session scenarios in operation and applicability for UC over IMS deployment.

Audience:
  • Fixed and mobile network operators
  • Application and software development companies
  • IMS and NGN infrastructure and support service providers
1. WHAT'S UNIFIED COMMUNICATION

1.1. Unified Communication Solution Models
1.2. SWOT analysis with UC models
1.3. Key players SWOT analysis in hosted UC market

2. WHAT ARE THE COMPONENTS IN UNIFIED COMMUNICATION SOLUTION?

2.1. UC Enabler/Core
2.2. UC Applications
2.3. Session Border
2.4. Access Layer
2.5. User Equipment Layer

3. WHAT'S NETWORK ARCHITECTURE OF IMS HOSTED UNIFIED COMMUNICATION?

3.1. IMS Hosted UC Network Architecture Overview
  3.1.1. IMS Network Core/UC Enabler Layer
  3.1.2. Access Border Layer
  3.1.3. Application Layer
  3.1.4. OSS/BSS Layer
  3.1.5. Access Layer
3.2. Key functions to allow enterprise UC to be hosted by IMS carrier Network
3.3. Typical UC Scenarios through IMS network
  3.3.1. User Register Scenario
  3.3.2. On-Net Call
  3.3.3. Off-Net Call
  3.3.4. Presence/IM
  3.3.5. Voice Message delivery
  3.3.6. Remote Access
  3.3.7. High Availability Scenario

4. WHY IMS HOSTED UNIFIED COMMUNICATION?

4.1. Benefits to Enterprise customers
4.2. Benefits to Telecom Carrier

5. CONCLUSION

FIGURES

Figure 1: On-Premise UC solution
Figure 2: Hosted PBX UC solution
Figure 3: IMS Hosted UC Solution
Figure 4: Unified Communication Components
Figure 5: IMS Hosted UC Network Architecture18
Figure 6: User Registration
Figure 7: On-Net Call Scenario
Figure 8: Off-Net Call
Figure 9: Presence Status Update
Figure 10: IM Call Flow
Figure 11: UM delivery Call Flow
Figure 12: Remote Access Call Flow
Figure 13: High Availability 1- Disaster Recovery
Figure 14: High Availability 2 - LAN outage

TABLES

Table 1: UC Market Growing Drivers 2011-2016 (Source: Frost & Sullivan)
Table 2: Unified Communication Feature Categories
Table 3: Notes For User Registration Scenario
Table 4: On-Net Call Notes
Table 5: Off-Net Call Notes
Table 6: Presence Status Update Scenario Notes
Table 7: IM Scenario Notes
Table 8: Remote Access Scenario Notes
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