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NETWORKS 2010 : 14th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposium

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Link: http://www.networks2010.pl/
 
When Sep 26, 2010 - Sep 30, 2010
Where Warsaw, Poland
Submission Deadline Mar 1, 2010
Categories    telecommunications   networking
 

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NETWORKS 2010
14th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposium
Motto: "Networks for the digital society"

Location and date: Warsaw, Poland, 26-30 September, 2010
Host: Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

URL: http://www.networks2010.pl/

Networks 2010 will focus on the challenges in network planning that are necessary to deliver the promise of Network of the Future. The challenges related to an issue of how to build high performance networks for converged services are many. In the process every step must be cost justified and drive profitable growth, and difficult issues of scalability, end-to-end network performance, network management, network and service control, reliability, security and interoperability must be carefully planned and then realized, and where flexibility has to be maintained to allow experimentation with new applications that can foster new and compelling revenue streams for operators. Unleashing the core value of convergence and reduction of the number of network platforms requires innovation in network planning methods, scalable architectures, new optimization algorithms, and understanding the tradeoffs between different technology choices and migration paths.

We are living in very interesting times right now. The revolution we had been hoping for is finally taking place. Mobile and fixed operators are moving to next generation networks. Hundreds of trials are underway. Many operators have made serious commitments and very significant investments towards their future vision, often drastically reducing spendings on extensions of current infrastructures to support developmrnt of new platforms. In such times, industry professionals are on a high learning growth curve and there is an urgent need for forums where true learning can occur through the exploration of diverse perspectives and opposing viewpoints, the presentation of leading-edge results in planning specific networks, and state-of-the art methods and tools.

Networks 2010 provides such an opportunity. It is the 14th of the series of symposia, held every two years, and attracting participants from all over the world – from network operators, through systems and software companies and researchers from universities and industry, to systems integrators. At Networks 2010, we will continue the tradition of presenting state-of-the art papers, invited talks and panel sessions, where international experts present their latest findings and share experiences in network strategy, planning, operations, management, control and design.


The previous symposia were held in the following cities:
• Budapest, Hungary (1994 and 2008)
• New Delhi, India (2006)
• Vienna, Austria (2004)
• Munich, Germany (2002)
• Toronto, Canada (2000)
• Sorrento, Italy (1998)
• Sydney, Australia (1996)
• Kobe, Japan (1992)
• Palma de Mallorca, Spain (1989)
• Innisbrook, Florida, USA (1986)
• Brighton, UK (1983)
• Paris, France (1980)

NETWORKS 2010 KEY THEMES

1. Convergence at Different Domains
• Business strategy for convergence in competition
• Economies of scale at network, services, access, terminals and operation domains
• Triple play and Multiple play. Architectures and solutions
• Fixed-Mobile-Nomadic convergence
• Broadband Mobile-Broadcast/Multicast convergence
• IMS architecture and applications solutions
• Addressing and numbering issues
• Example cases on convergence

2. Migration to NGN and Mobile Broadband
• NGN and IMS architectures and solutions
• Migration steps to NGN based on economical evaluation and security
• New services driving evolution to NGN
• Migrating to multimedia/multiservice environment
• VoIP solutions: service, performance, cost and revenues impactsf) IPTV demand and design
• Migration alternatives from 2G to 3G and economical evaluation, Services driving 3G business
• Interoperation across multiple domains
• Regulation and interconnection issues in NGN, Network certification process

3. Routing, Traffic Flows and Optimization
• Multiservice traffic measurement, analysis, characterization and simulation at network level
• Multiservice flow matrix and aggregation methods
• New signaling and control in multimedia/multisystems
• P2P (peer-to-peer) traffic flows and implications on network demand
• Impact of GRID services
• Intra-Domain and Inter-Domain routing, TE (Traffic Engineering) and resilience
• Optimization process with technical and economic criteria
• Using Game Theory, Meta-heuristics and LP/ILP

4. Network Design and Planning Methods
• Network design methods for multimedia services
• Network topology design and optimization at different layers: physical, optical, media and control
• Quality of Service, Quality of Resilience, performance and SLA
• VPN design
• Ad-hoc networking
• Sensor networks and autonomic networks
• End-to-End service performance evaluation
• Network security
• Network resilience: survivability, protection, restoration and availability
• Cost modelling and pricing

5. Role of New Technologies, Developments and Standards
• Optical switching
• New generation SDH, OTN
• New generation internet and IPv6
• Carrier Grade/Class Ethernet: 100GEth, VPLS, PBB,
• GMPLS, PCE
• Mobile 3.5 and 4G, LTE (Long Term Evolution)
• WiMax
• xDSL and FTTx, Power Line Communication (PLC)
• Broadcast/multicast systems. DVB-T/H

6. Network Planning Support Processes and Tools
• Multilayer planning process
• Business planning methods and tools
• Optical network design tools
• Access planning methods and tools
• NGN planning methods and tools
• 3G planning methods and tools
• OSS and BSS processes and tools
• Network Management support tools


General Chair: Michał Pióro, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

International Management and Scientific Committee (IMSC)

IMSC Chair: Michał Pióro, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

IMSC Members:
• Alberto Ciarniello, Telecom Italia Mobile, Italy
• Tibor Cinkler, BME-TMIT, Hungary
• Oscar Gonzalez-Soto, ITU Consultant, Spain
• Joachim Gross, Arcor, Germany
• Wolfgang Gross, Telekom, Germany
• Hideaki Yoshino, NTT, Japan
• Akiya Inoue, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
• Sang-Baeg Kim, Korea Telecom, Korea
• Bernard Liau, France Telecom
• Hussein T. Mouftah, University of Ottawa, Canada
• Lawrence Paratz, Telstra Corporation, Australia
• Gyula Sallai, BME-TMIT and HTE, Hungary
• Rati C. Thanawala, Alcatel-Lucent, USA
• Andy Valdar, University College London, UK

Technical Program Committee (TPC)
Chair: Krzysztof Szczypiorski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

TPC Co-chairs:
Oscar Gonzalez-Soto, ITU Consultant, Spain
Jacek Rak, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Tutorial Chair: Andrzej Jajszczyk, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

National Advisory Board (NAB)
Chair: Wojciech Hałka, SIT, Poland

Local Organizing Committee (LOC)
Chair: Zbigniew Krawczyk, SIT, Poland

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