Despite a general perception that network operators are losing interest in IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), many of t...
July 25, 2007
Despite a general perception that network operators are losing interest in IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), many of the world’s largest telecom carriers are continuing to deploy IMS technologies as a key part of their transition into next-generation service providers, according to a new report from Heavy Reading, the market research division of Light Reading
IMS Deployment Update: Promise & Challenges analyzes the progress made to date by network operators in deploying the technologies, focusing on the key factors that continue to drive IMS spending by carriers and the obstacles that remain for IMS to fulfill its initial promise as the key enabler of next-gen integrated telecom services.
The 59-page report profiles and analyzes IMS deployments by nearly two dozen network operators.
It also presents and analyzes results of an exclusive, worldwide survey of service provider professionals regarding network operator attitudes toward and spending plans for IMS technologies and products.
Further information is available at www.heavyreading.com.