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IMS Interconnect: Peering, Roaming and Security - Part Two
This paper provides an introduction to IMS interconnection and identifies security considerations that carriers must address in order to achieve the proper balance of providing access while maintaining security. The paper is organized into two parts -Part One introduced key concepts and definitions related to network interconnections and interconnect models, while Part Two addresses the security mechanisms within the IMS standards and identifies potential security threats that face IMS carriers looking to interconnect their networks.
Principal Consultant, Global Convergence Center of Excellence,
Morgan Stern provides guidance to service providers in the development and implementation of network evolution initiatives. In his role, he draws upon experience gained during more than 15 years in the telecom and IT industries assisting clients in areas such as network optimization, VoIP migration, IMS architecture design, IT integration, and network convergence. He is the author of three books and a variety of articles and papers on IP network services, network security, and directory services.
- 10 Sep 2007
- 01 Feb 2007
- 16 Page(s)
- Product Literature