Lennart H. Bjerring

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
The evolution of an open market for telecommunication services provides a wide range of opportunities for the provision of value added services by providers other than public network operators. One service already available today is that of a Virtual Private Network that provide dispersed corporate sites with wide area data and telephony capabilities using(More)
The developers of management systems and the management services that operate over them will be faced with increasing complexity as services are developed for the open service market. This paper presents experiences in the development of management services that span several administrative domains and which are therefore representative of the complexities(More)
The emergence of an open market for telecommunication services provides a wide range of opportunities for the provision of value-added services by providers other than public network operators. One service already available today is a Virtual Private Network (VPN) that provides dispersed corporate sites with wide-area data communication capabilities using(More)
The deregulation of the global telecommunications market is expected to lead to a large increase in the number of market players. The increasing number of value added data services available will, at the same time, produce a wide diversification of the roles of these players. Subsequently the need for open network and service management interfaces will(More)
Integration of management systems across technological and administrative domain boundaries is a necessary prerequisite for automating or optimising service management. Despite many years of standardisation effort the number of management technologies and interface specifications seems to continue to increase. An architectural approach to integrated network(More)
This document contains requirements for Trial 2 the final Prospect trial. The requirements come from various sources; end-user’s in Prospect Trial 1 and a set of Trial 1 assessors have evaluated the Trial 1 system and suggested enhancements and extensions for Trial 2; implementors have likewise provided feedback; additionally the Prospect Consortium has(More)
Integration of management systems across technological and administrative domain boundaries is a necessary prerequisite for automating or optimising service management. Despite many years of standardisation effort the number of management technologies and interface specifications seems to continue to increase. An architectural approach to integrated network(More)