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Value-added services in the converged network

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Now that the local market is open to competition, incumbent local exchange carriers as well as competitive LECs must not only follow the technology curve, but find a way to ride the wave of network convergence and offer innovative value-added services if they want to maintain their market share. Over the past decade, the intelligent network has been used to support value-added services. New APIs are being designed for the creation of value-added services spanning multiple domains (wireline/wireless, voice/data, public/enterprise). These APIs will not only ease the development of value-added services, but will also open service creation to third parties

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 9 )