- Wireless and fixed broadband
- Sylwester Laskowski
- Toni Janevski
This course will focus on technical, business and regulatory aspects of QoS for Fixed and Mobile Networks. It includes QoS (Quality of Service) and QoE (Quality of Experience) fundamentals by ITU, as well as traffic and QoS management in Internet and IP networks.
Further, it includes QoS for fixed ultra-broadband access, including QoS solutions in metallic and optical networks, carrier grade Ethernet QoS, as well as end-to-end QoS. The course also covers QoS for mobile ultra-broadband access, including 4G and 5G mobile technologies and their QoS capabilities and approaches.
The telecom networks are built for provision of services. In that manner the course covers QoS-enabled services provisioning, including QoS and QoE for VoIP, video and IPTV services, as well as QoS for Internet data services (i.e., Over-The-Top services). Each telecommunication network is interconnected to other networks forming the global network of Internet and managed IP networks, so the course includes interconnection and its QoS aspects.
Further, it covers generic and specific QoS parameters, KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) and their measurements. The global Internet is based on network neutrality approach for OTT/data services, so the course also covers network neutrality and its regulation. The QoS constantly increases in its importance with the digitization and innovation of various critical services, so the course includes QoS regulatory framework based on technical, business/economic and regulatory principles of QoS for services over fixed and mobile networks.