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Using TINA concepts for IN evolution

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2 Author(s)
Mampaey, M. ; Alcatel, Antwerp, Belgium ; Couturier, A.

This article proposes solutions that use TINA concepts for the future evolution of IN. It focuses on the specific need to provide a software architecture for the IN service control function which controls the transport network through INAP. After giving an overview of the TINA architecture, the article examines how it can be applied to IN. Several aspects are considered, such as architectural modeling, application of software technology and methodology, and definition of sets of standard open interfaces. The article concludes with a view on related activities in industrial fora

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 6 )