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  • Internet governance
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Online instructor led
  • English
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National Institute of Telecommunications (NIT)
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  • Toni Janevski
  • Sylwester Laskowski
  • Elind Sulmina
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This course covers the strategic aspects of Internet governance and innovations, regarding the technology, regulatory and business aspects. The transition of telecom networks and services to all-IP networks has been completed almost everywhere in the first two decades of the 21st century. Such convergence in telecommunications towards IP networks and services and use of the Internet technologies is driven by the development of broadband across the globe. The development of broadband networks is targeted mainly for Internet access service therefore this course covers the Internet standardization and policy. Further, network neutrality in Internet provides basis for speedy innovations in telecom/ICTs via the so-called OTT (Over The Top) services. Then, course compares Google model vs. Apple model for innovations. Further, the course also includes mobile QoS-enabled voice, based on NGN and IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem), and Internet telephony (e.g., Skype, Viber. WhatsApp). Then it continues with IPTV innovations, including IMS-based IPTV, mobile TV (evolved MBMS), and OTT (Over The Top) television. Finally, the course also covers innovative services and applications on Internet (based on clouds and Internet of Things - IoT), network neutrality for open Internet, as well as regulatory issues related to IP/Internet

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