Madan Pande

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Addition of different service requirements by users and advent of new access networks have increased the complexity to manage these networks uniformly. However, there are many management protocols available today like SNMP, JMX, WBEM, etc, which are being used to manage networks. Because of complexity and heterogeneity of these management protocols it has(More)
Dynamic blended services represent a complex activity specified by composing multiple service enablers based on the user contextual data and operator defined rules associated with single session. Telecom service providers are envisioning a need for creating and introducing such dynamically blended services in IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) networks with a(More)
IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS) networks facilitate delivery of complex and dynamic blended services which involve chaining of multiple service enablers like presence server, multimedia streaming server, and location server etc. These blended services can be dynamically delivered based on user's preferences or contextual information. IMS networks can be(More)
Telecom based service providers are relentlessly trying to accelerate their service offerings to match the pace at which the users are embracing the Web. In reality IMS based Telecom and Internet based Web 2.0 networks have their own advantages and need to co-exist to create an enriched user experience. The convergence of IP Multimedia subsystem (IMS) based(More)
To significantly enhance the overall capacity of future cellular systems, LTE-A specifications have recently introduced the possibility to make available multiple carriers for a given base station (this technique is known as Carrier Aggregation), thus increasing the number of physical resources available for mobile users. The Radio Resource Management(More)
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