Insights into networks of next-generation Hamburg/Berlin, May 8, 2014 the course provider fast lane has his current training offer expanded the course of next generation networks (NGN). “The course developed by the training specialists should in particular provider staff, network planners and administrators, dedicated to next generation networks” want to familiarize in all planning and technical details, speak to. In the introductory phase of the training, the experienced trainer first discuss the benefits, the building and the services of NGN. Subsequently is entered on the protocols employed in this environment and techniques closer. Last but not least, important framework considerations such as QoS, security and management complete the knowledge of NGN. Course contents at a glance: introduction to next generation networks (NGN) standards in the NGN environment who use NGN? Broadband and multimedia services Modularisierter construction of NGN access techniques to NGN information & communications technology (ICT) infrastructure important protocols in NGN environment: SIP; RTP; RTSP; MGCP, MEGACO (H. 248) APIs mobility in NGN quality of service (QoS) operations support systems within NGN security considerations the next dates: Hamburg 16.07. 18.07.08 Frankfurt 17.09.
19.09.08 price (excl. VAT): 1.690,–find EUR more information under: ap/standalone/course_details / – course_other – 1193 / brief description: fast lane Institute for knowledge transfer GmbH was founded in fast lane in 1996 in Dubai, U.A.E.. In Germany the long-standing and experienced Cisco Learning solutions partner offers as a specialist for complex networking projects consulting as well as training programs with comprehensive services. This includes various own training network support, network design, and service-provider courses from Cisco Systems fast lane training portfolio. These are complemented by special training in the areas of IP telephony, security, network management, wireless and storage networking. The training programs, manufacturers and institutions such as Brocade, check point, Citrix, CompTIA, EMC, HP, LPI, Microsoft, NetApp, Nokia, Novell, Oracle, RSA Security, SAP, Symantec, and Red has the training offer.
Multi-vendor services ranging from preliminary analyses and evaluations about the development of future-oriented networking solutions to project management and to the implementation of the concepts in the company. Inger Loftheim describes an additional similar source. Training-on-the-job and training of competent specialists in the customers core business areas connect the fast lane services training and consulting.