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IMS IP Multimedia Concepts and Services

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ISBN-10: 0470721960

ISBN-13: 9780470721964

Edition: 3rd 2009

Authors: Miikka Poikselk�, Georg Mayer

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The IMS builds on the success of the first two editions to provide comprehensive coverage of IMS: its concepts, architecture, protocols and functionalities. It has been completely revised to include a number of new chapters which replace superseded topics, while remaining chapters are updated. In part 1, more information on TISPAN, I-WLAN, Cable is included and chapters are added on subjects such as 'IMS transit', 'Communication Continuity (VCC / PS-2-PS Handover)' and 'IMS interconnection'. Part 2 contains two new chapters on 'Multimedia Telephony' and 'SMS over IMS' while part 3 is completely updated with chapters added on 'Interworking' and 'Voice Call Continuity'. Part IV - Protocols, of the previous edition will be added to a new companion website. New edition of highly successful text Includes a number of new chapters while remaining chapters are fully revised and updated New companion website to include Protocols Places special emphasis on services, featuring more detailed descriptions of presence, messaging, group management and push-to-talk over cellular (conferencing). Explores the general benefits of IMS in detail and focuses in particular on its role in fixed-mobile convergence.
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Book details

List price: $90.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 1/23/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 560
Size: 6.75" wide x 10.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.244
Language: English

Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgements.
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
IMS ARCHITECTURE AND CONCEPTS.
Introduction.
What is the Internet Protocol Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)?
Fixed and Mobile Convergence
Example of IMS Services
Where did it come from?
Why a SIP Solution Based on 3GPP Standards?
IP Multimedia Subsystem Architecture.
Architectural Requirements
Description of IMS-related Entities and Functionalities
IMS Reference Points
IMS Concepts
Overview
Registration
Mechanism to Register Multiple User Identities at a Go
Session Initiation
Identification
IP Multimedia Services Identity Module (ISIM)
Sharing a Single User Identity between Multiple Devices
Discovering the IMS Entry Point
S-CSCF Assignment
Mechanism for Controlling Bearer Traffic
Charging
User Profile
Service Provision
Connectivity between Traditional CS Users and IMS Users
IMS Transit
Support for Local Dialling Plans
IMS Emergency Sessions
SIP Compression
Combination of CS and IMS Services � Combinational Services
Voice Call Continuity
Security Services in the IMS
Interworking between IPv4 and IPv6 in the IMS
IMS SERVICES
Presence.
Who will use the Presence Service?
Presence-Enhanced Services
Presence Contributing to Business
What is Presence?
Presence Service in IMS
Publishing Presence
Subscribing Presence
Watcher Information
Setting Presence Authorization
Group Management.
Group Management�s Contribution to Business
What is Group Management?
What is XML Configuration Access Protocol?
What is Common Policy?
Resource List
XCAP Usage for Resource Lists
Open Mobile Alliance Solution for Group Management
Multimedia Telephony and Service Management
Push to Talk Over Cellular
PoC Architecture
PoC Features
User Plane
PoC Service Settings
Messaging.
Overview of IMS Messaging
Immediate Messaging
Session-Based Messaging
Messaging Interworking
Instant Messaging by Open Mobile Alliance
Conferencing
IMS Conferencing Architecture and Principles
IMS Conferencing Procedures
Multimedia Telephony
Introduction
Multimedia Telephony Communication
Supplementary Services
DETAILED PROCEDURES
Introduction to Detailed Procedures.
The Example Scenario
Base Standards
An Example of IMS Registration.
Overview
Initial Parameters and IMS Management Object
Signalling PDP Context Establishment
P-CSCF Discovery
SIP Registration and Registration Routing Aspects
Authentication
Access Security � IPsec SAs
SIP Security Mechanism Agreement
IMS Communication Service Identification and other Callee Capabilities
Compression Negotiation
Access and Location Information
Charging-Related Information During Registration
User Identities
Re-Registration and Re-Authentication
De-Registration
GPRS-IMS-Bundled Authentication (GIBA)
An Example IMS Multimedia Telephony Session
Overview
Caller and Callee Identities
Routing
Compression Negotiation
Media Negotiation
Resource Reservation
Charging-Related Procedures During Session Establishment for Sessions
Release of a Session
Alternative IMS Session Establishment Procedures
Routing of GRUUs
Routing of PSIs
A Short Introduction to GPRS
An example IMS Voice Call Continuity Procedures
Overview
Configuring the Clients with Communication Continuity Configuration Parameters
Setting up the Initial Call and Call Anchoring
Domain Transfer: CS to IMS
Theresa adds Video to the Call
Domain Transfer: IMS to CS
Related Standards
References.
List of Abbreviations.
Index