Basic Concepts for Managing Telecommunications Networks

Basic Concepts for Managing Telecommunications Networks

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It is important to understand what came before and how to meld new products with legacy systems. Network managers need to understand the context and origins of the systems they are using. Programmers need an understanding of the reasons behind the interfaces they must satisfy and the relationship of the software they build to the whole network. And finally, sales representatives need to see the context into which their products must fit.What follows is a discussion of the second key parameter for showing economic benefit, operations savings.2 10.2. ... has always used new technology to reduce operating cost, progressing from manual work, to flow-through to dynamic operations. ... The industry lends itself to computerization and mechanization because the uniformity of procedures allows careful, ... loads before cutting over new systems is standard practice.3 The specific dollar amounts used throughout this chapteranbsp;...

Title:Basic Concepts for Managing Telecommunications Networks
Author:Lawrence Bernstein, C.M. Yuhas
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1999-11-30


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