After attending the training, participants will be able to:
- Understand the fundamentals of current and upcoming cellular and/or mobile network technologies.
- Understand the differences between different generations of networks, i.e. 2G, 3G, 3G+ and 4G, and their evolutions towards 5G.
- Be able to identify benefits of each generation of cellular network and how they inter-operate in commercial scenarios.
- Understand the significance and benefits of all the new Packet Core and IT architectures to drive better efficiency and agility in the business of communications
- Learn future trends of multimedia communications and the pathway of operators towards the Internet of Things (IoT) era.
This is a 3-day course that focuses on understanding the fundamentals of the different generations of cellular networks, their respective governing standards, their differences, as well as other key technologies and services used in current and future networks that are necessary to address the demanding market requirements and trends.
The course will cover all the upcoming technologies in the wireless, fixed as well as IT domains and describe how they can work together to deliver state-of-the -art services to the market. Participants will learn the past, the current and the future trends of mobile communications.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Professionals from Customer Service and Support, Sales and Marketing, Administrative and Support, Procurement, Finance and Legal departments of telcos and equipment vendors.
- People who wish to understand traditional cellular networks (3GPP network, i.e. GSM/UMTS/LTE) and also alternative technologies (non-3GPP network, i.e. Wi-Fi ) of mobile communications that can provide voice and data services.
- Executives who wish to have an overview knowledge of each technology and a better understanding of current state-of-the-art developments in the telecommunications industry.
3-day instructor-led training
- 2G and 3G Mobile Communications
- 4G+ Communications system
- The Software Defined Operator
- Next Gen Telecommunications IT Environment
- Next Generation Services and their Significance