Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) is a change in telecommunications that removes differences between fixed and mobile networks.
Fixed Mobile Convergence is a transition point in the telecommunications industry that will finally remove the distinctions between fixed and mobile networks, providing a superior experience to customers by creating seamless services using a combination of fixed broadband and local access wireless technologies to meet their needs in homes, offices, other buildings and on the go.
This book is your ultimate resource for Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC). Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.
In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) right away, covering: Fixed-mobile convergence, Managed Facilities-based Voice Network, Public switched telephone network, Packet telephony, Telephony, Ahoy (greeting), AIOD leads, Aloaha FAX Suite, Alternate party, Answer/seizure ratio, Answering machine, Automated attendant, Automatic switched-transport network, Autopatch, Average call duration, Back-to-back user agent, Bat phone, Bell Labs Record, Billing Mediation Platform, BIX, Breakout box, Brring, BT 21CN, BT Highway, BTNUP, Bulk messaging, Cable telephony, Call capture, Call centre, Call Login Systems, Call tracing, Call2.com, Callback (telecommunications), Capillary routing, Carrier of Record, Carrier preselect, Chief customer officer, Clearwave Communications, CLLI code, Commercial bandwidth, Common battery, Common technical regulation, COSMOS (telecommunications), Craft access system, CT1, Demon dialing, Dialling, Dialogic card, Digital call quality, Diversicom, Domain dialing, Drunk dialing, Echo cancellation, Echo suppressor, Fiber to the x, Fixed Mobile Substitution, Fixed-Mobile Convergence Alliance, Forward echo, Four-wire circuit, Frequency extender, FSK standards for use in Caller ID and remote metering, Functional protocol, Generalised switched telephone network, Generic access profile, GOOG-411, GoTa, Group alerting and dispatching system, H.100 (computer telephony), High-loss calculation, History of telephone service in Catalonia, Hold (telephone), Incumbent local exchange carrier, INOC-DBA, Integrated Services Digital Network, Intercept message, Interexchange carrier, Interface functionality, International Premium Rate Service, Internet Party Line, Invention of the telephone, IOS Telecom, IP Multimedia Subsystem, Jipp curve, JSLEE, K-36 trailer, K-37 trailer, K-38 trailer, K-55 trailer, Landline, LIDB, List of call centre companies, List of telephony terminology, Loading characteristic, Local access and transport area, Lockout (telecommunication), Long line (telecommunications), Long-distance operator, Magic W3, MEDR, Milliwatt test, Missed call, Mobile phone, Mode 3 (telephone), Mysipswitch, Network access server, Network Effectiveness Ratio, Telephone newspaper, Next-generation access, Night service, OAMP, Online charging system, Operator messaging, Organic Minutes, Path computation element, Personal Communications Network, Phone fraud, Phone tag, PhoneValet Message Center, Plum Voice, Pocket computer phone, Predictive dialer, Pronexus, PSTN network topology, QSIG, QuickFuse, Remote Radio Head, Request line, Reverse charge, Signaling System No 7, Silence suppression, Silent call, Simplified Message Desk Interface, Skills-based routing, SmartAction, Speaking tube, SpeechCycle, Stimulus protocol, Stock market data systems, Stromberg-Carlson, Switching Control Center System, Talkspurt, TDM Bus, TDS Telecom...and much more.
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