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  • 1. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS1 EMRE CAN ARSLAN
  • 2. CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS The Networked Enterprise - Networking the Enterprise - The Concept of a Network - Trends in Telecommunications - The Business Value of Telecommunications Networks - The Internet Revolution - Business Use of the Internet - The Business Value of the Internet - The Role of Intranets - The Role of Extranets 2
  • 3. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS Networking the Enterprise Telecommunications and netwok technologies are internetworking and revolutionizing business and society. Businesses have become networked enterprise. Internet, web, intranets and extranets are networking business process and employees together, and connecting them to their customers, suppliers, and other business stakeholders. 3
  • 4. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Concept of a Network Network means an interconnected or interrelated chain, group or system. A chain of hotels, the road system, the railroad system, the members of a club or organization are the examples of networks. Can you give an example for a network? 4
  • 5. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS Trends in Telecommunications Telecommunications is the exchance of information in any form over networks. Major trends in the field of telecommunications: - Industry Trends - Technology Trends - Business Application Trends - Internet2 5
  • 6. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS Trends in Telecommunications Industry Trends: The compatitive arena for telecommunications service has changed from goverment-regulated monopolies to a deregulated market with fiercely compatitive suppliers of telecommunications services. 6
  • 7. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS 7
  • 8. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS Trends in Telecommunications Technology Trends: Telecommunication is revolutionized by the rapid change from analog to digital network technologies. Digital technologies allow telecommunications networks to carry multiple types of communications (data, voices, video) on the same circuits. 8
  • 9. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS Trends in Telecommunications Technology Trends: Fiber-optic lines and, communications satellite, and other wireless technologies? What can we do via these trends? 9
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  • 11. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS Trends in Telecommunications Business Application Trends: The trend toward more vendors, services, Internet technologies and open systems, and the rapid growth of the Internet, the World Wide Web, and corporate intranets and extranets increase the number of feasible telecommunications applications. 11
  • 12. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS 12
  • 13. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS Trends in Telecommunications Internet2: Internet2 is ahigh-performance network that uses an entirely differet infrastructure than the public Internet we know today. Over 200 universities and scientific institutions and over 60 communications corporations are part of the Internet2 network. At the end of 2002 the team sent 6.7 gigabytes of data across 6,821 miles of fiber-optic network less than 13 a minute. ( Now; 10 Gbps )
  • 14. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Business Value of Telecommunications Network Use of the Internet, intranets, extranets, and other telecommunications networks can;• Cut costs• Shorten business lead times• Support electronic commerce• Improve the collaboration of workgroups• Develop online operational processes• Share resources• Lock in customers and suppliers• Develop new products and services 14
  • 15. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Business Value of Telecommunications Network How telecommunications-based business applications can help a company overcome graphic, time, cost and structural barriers to business success: 15
  • 16. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Internet Revolution The Internet has become the largest and most important network of networks today and has evolved into a global information superhighway. When this network of networks began growing in December 1991, it had about 10 servers. In January 2004, the Internet was estimated to have over 46 million connected servers with a sustained growth rate in excess of 1 million per month. 16
  • 17. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Internet Revolution World map of Internet penetration by country (% of population). 17
  • 18. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Internet Revolution Internet Service Providers: An ISP is a company that provides access to the Internet. The ISP gives you a software package, user name, password and access phone number or access protocol. 18
  • 19. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Internet Revolution Internet Applications: The most popular Internet applications are e-mail, instant messaging, browsing the sites on the World Wide Web, and participating in chatrooms. Internet browser softwares enables to surf on the Internet. ( Internet Explorer, Google Chrome etc. ) How a search engine like google.com helps our company ? 19
  • 20. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS Business Use of the Internet 20
  • 21. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Business Value of the Internet 21
  • 22. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Role of Intranets An intranet is a network inside an organization that uses Internet technologies. A company’s intranet can also be accessed through the intranets of customers, suppliers and other business partners via extranet links. The Business Value of Intranets: Companies organize intranet applications is to group them into a few user service categories that reflect the basic services that intranets offer to their users. 22
  • 23. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Role of Intranets 23
  • 24. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Role of Extranets Extranets are network links that use Internet technologies to interconnect the intranet of a business with the intranets of its customers or suppliers. The customers of an organization can use the extranet to access self-service functions such as ordering, order checking and payment. The extranet links the organization to the outside world in a manner that improves the way thay do business. 24
  • 25. NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS The Role of Extranets 25
  • 26. Thank You For Listening Emre Can ARSLAN 26