Posts From February, 2012

IP Packet switching in Telecom - Part 3 

Posted by leopedrini Wednesday, February 15, 2012 10:08:00 AM Categories: Course
At the end of the precedent article I’ve told you that we’re going to dig a bit deeper into IMS and NGN signaling protocols (all this happens at the application layer of TCP/IP network architecture – see the first article of this series). Note: My blog Smolka et Catervarii (portuguese-only content for the moment) And so we shall do. I must warning you, though: you’d better fasten your seat belts, ‘cause there’s turbulence ahead. Few things can be more intellectually intimidating ... read more
 

IP Packet switching in Telecom - Part 2 

Posted by leopedrini Sunday, February 05, 2012 10:06:00 AM Categories: Course
So far so good… Like promised, let’s start our journey about IP networking in the telecom context from the ceiling and going down. So let’s understand what the heck is an “application”. Note: My blog Smolka et Catervarii (portuguese-only content for the moment) Technically we call an application any program that runs under control – and taking advantage of the services of – the operating system. That’s a fairly reasonable definition for our purposes, since all networking... read more