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The use of directory and traders to support a TMN-based inter-domain management in global IN environments

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2 Author(s)
Magedanz, T. ; Tech. Univ. Berlin, Germany ; Tschichholz, M.

New customer requirements, relaxed regulation and increasing competition will lead to a separation of service provision and network operation in future telecommunication environments, with intelligent networks representing the common architecture for an efficient provision of such services in the coming age. This scenario results in an increased number of service providers and network operators involved in the provision of international services spanning several countries and networks. Consequently a high degree of interworking between different management domains is required calling for coordinated management strategies. Management services and corresponding harmonized management interfaces. The paper investigates the upcoming inter-domain management issues in global IN environments and focuses on the possible application of the directory and trading services in future TMN platforms in order to support the interworking of different TMN systems.<>

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Global Data Networking, 1993. Proceedings

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12-15 Dec. 1993