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  2. 2. TONEX NETWORKING COURSE CATALOG ond (Gbps). Gigabit Ethernet allows Ethernet to scale from 10/100 Mbps at the desktop to 100 Mbps up the riser to 1000 Mbps in the Protocol Training data center. Objectives: This course provides you with a comprehensive technical foundation in Gigabit Ethernet. 608 - SIGTRAN (Signaling Transport) Fundamentals Prerequisites: Basic Knowledge of TCP/IP and Networking Cost: $1999 | Duration: 3 Day(s) For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/611/ TONEX's Signaling Transport (SIGTRAN) course provides a comprehen- sive understanding of the SIGTRAN architectural and technology. SIG- TRAN (Signaling Transport) over IP is a working group within the IETF 624 - Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Fundamentals standard organization and it was developed to allow an interworking Cost: $1499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) between SS7 network elements and IP based elements. Its primary purpose is to address the transport of packet-based public switched SIP, the Session Initiation Protocol, is a signaling protocol for confer- telephone network (PSTN) signaling over IP networks, taking into ac- encing, telephony, presence, events notification and instant messag- count the functional and performance requirements of the PSTN sig- ing. naling. It is an application-layer control (signaling) protocol for creating, The course will cover major aspects of SIGTRAN with in depth infor- modifying and terminating sessions with one or more participants. mation, example implementations, case studies, and practical guid- These sessions include Internet multimedia conferences, Internet tele- ance to give your team members a running start. phone calls and multimedia distribution. Members in a session can communicate via multicast or via a mesh of unicast relations, or a Objectives: combination of these. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) builds on the IP communications foundation by providing a standards-based approach After attending this course, you will be able to: to enabling IP communications with numerous devices and applica- • Understand the basics of PSTN tions. • Understanding the basics of IP networks • Understand the basics of transport signaling such as integrated SIP invitations used to create sessions carry session descriptions service digital line (ISDN) (e.g. Q.931) or SS7 (e.g. ISDN user part which allow participants to agree on a set of compatible media types. (ISUP), SCCP, and so on) messages between IP nodes such as a SIP supports user mobility by proxying and redirecting requests to the signaling gateway (SG), a media gateway controller (MGC), a user's current location. Users can register their current location. SIP is media gateway (MG), or an IP–based database not tied to any particular conference control protocol. SIP is designed • Understand basics of Q.921/Q.931, MTP2/MTP3, SCCP and user to be independent of the lower-layer transport protocol and can be parts extended with additional capabilities. Session controllers promise to • Describe SS7 over IP signaling transport mechanisms enable the same ubiquity, quality, and security for VoIP that the PSTN • Describe the key components in the SIGTRAN architecture offers today, only in the more flexible, efficient, and economical man- • List basics SIGTRAN protocols ner that IP makes possible. • Understand SCTP, IUA, M2UA, M2PA, M3UA, TUA, TALI, SUA • Sketch the connectivity of PSTN/IP network components and The SIP fundamentals course provides an overview of SIP, its compo- their importance in setting up packet based voice calls nents, and how it works. It covers data networking principles to telco engineers and signaling principles to IP engineers. It also outlines SIP • Identify the issues with SIGTRAN implementation implementations on the market in the form of single-line gateways, • Identify the importance of SIGTRAN's functional and performance proxy servers, media gateways, Java toolkits, encoders/decoders and requirements and transport issues session authenticators. • Discover challenges with deploying SIGTRAN Prerequisites: Knowledge of telco systems, SS7, data networks, VoIP is Objectives: recommended but not necessary. After successfully completing the course the attendees will: For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/608/ • Understand basics of VoIP • Explore Where, why, and how SIP is used • Comprehend the basics of SIP 611 - Gigabit Ethernet Fundamentals • Understand the architect and components of SIP Cost: $1,499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) • Understand the differences between SIP and H.323 • Understand H.323-SIP-SS7 Interworking Gigabit Ethernet builds on top of the Ethernet protocol, but increases • Review SIP-T concept and architecture speed tenfold over Fast Ethernet to 1000 Mbps, or 1 gigabit per sec- 1
  3. 3. TONEX NETWORKING COURSE CATALOG • Understand how to size up and choose from available SIP Prerequisites: SIP fundamentals course or equivalent training program products is recommended. Prerequisites: This is an introductory course with no prerequisites. For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/627/ For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/624/ 625 - Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) Fundamentals Cost: $1499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) The 2-day training course: "Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) Fundamentals" provides in-depth coverage of VoIP and MGCP. Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) is a protocol used for control- ling Voice over IP (VoIP) Gateways from external call control elements. MGCP is the emerging protocol that is receiving wide interest from both the voice and data industries. MGCP and Megaco / H.248 are control protocols designed to be used between a Media Gateway Controller (MGC) or call agent and a media gateway (MG). Objectives: After completing this course, students will be able to: • Explain the basics of MGCP • Review of Session Description Protocol (SDP) • Explore MGCP Commands • Explore MGCP Messages and Parameters • Understand differences and similarities between MGCP and Megaco/H.248 Prerequisites: A basic knowledge of VoIP is recommended. For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/625/ 627 - Advanced SIP Cost: $1699 | Duration: 2 Day(s) The Advanced SIP course provides a technical details on SIP. Objectives: After successfully completing the course the attendees will: • Understand advanced topics of SIP • Understand advanced SDP concepts • Explore the architect and components of SIP • Behavior of SIP Clients and Servers • Examine behavior of SIP User Agents • Examine behavior of SIP Proxy and Redirect Servers • Analyze security considerations for SIP • Understand SIP-T and SIP interworking with ISUP networks (PSTN) • Understand IP Multimedia (IMS) Using SIP in UMTS and CDMA2000 • Understand the role of SIP & IMS in 3G • Examine SIP Other Important Topics 2
  4. 4. TONEX NETWORKING COURSE CATALOG Objectives: IP Training After attending this course, you will be able to: • Understand the basics of video • Understand the basics of IP networking technology • Differentiate between technologies such as streaming, download 601 - IPv6 Security Training and play, and file transfer • Understand IPTV protocols and standards Cost: $1999 | Duration: 2 Day(s) • Understand video transport over IP networks IPv6 is a IETF standard that allows the Internet to expand it's address • Learn more about technologies like MPEG, multicasting, space, provide better IP mobility, and enhance security. TONEX’s IPv6 RTP/RTCP, and streaming Security training course provides a technical understanding of the IPv6 • Identify the issues with IPTV implementation security. • Discover challenges with implementing some IP television features IPv6 Security Fundamentals course provides a formal framework for Prerequisites: Knowledge of telco systems, data networks, cable IPv6 end-to-end security architecture and implementation issues. The systems/MSO, and IP is recommended but not necessary. course provides the essential needs in managing a IPv6 network audit and vulnerability assessment. It provides a formal framework for find- For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/602/ ing and eliminating IPv6 network security threats, ensuring that no vulnerabilities are overlooked. 603 - IPv6 Fundamentals The course also details what commercial, freeware, and shareware Cost: $1,499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) tools are available, how they work, and how to use them. By following the procedures outlined in the course, you can pinpoint what individ- This 2-day course discusses technical details behind IPv6 networking ual parts of your IPv6 network need to be hardened. and migration issues including addressing, labeling, QoS, multi-me- dia, security, mobility, and advanced management. Objectives: Objectives: After attending this course, you will be able to: After successfully completing the course the attendees will: • Understand the basics of IPv6 • Understand the basics of IPv6 Security • Describe the features, benefits, and operation of the IPv6 • Secure IPv6 networks against threats and attacks protocol • Analyze and react to denial-of-service (DoS) attacks • Describe IPv6 services • Implement security standards and processes to protect your IPv6 • Understand deoplyment of the IPv6 networks network • Learn IPv6 features on Cisco IOS routers, as well as IPv6 hosts • Create a secure IPv6 infrastructure running SUN Solaris, Microsoft Windows, Linux, HP Tru64, and BSD Prerequisites: Knowledge of basic IP is recommended but not • Learn more about IPv6 evolution, and capabilities necessary. • Explore IPv6 deployment startegies For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/601/ • Learn more about IPv6 security Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of data communication and IP networking. 602 - IPTV Training For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/603/ Cost: $1899 | Duration: 2 Day(s) TONEX's IPTV course provides a comprehensive understanding of the IPTV technology. The course will cover major aspects of the IPTV stan- 604 - Wireless Mobility Fundamentals dard from a business, network. service, architecture, hardware, soft- Cost: Call for Details | Duration: 2 Day(s) ware, protocols and platforms perspective. TONEX's established back- ground in legacy video, along with a comprehensive understanding of This course will cover TCP/IP Interworking Principles, Protocols, and the IP technologies, provides rich insight into the IPTV technology and Architecture in details. It looks at existing protocols used for forward- results in a superior training experience for our customers. The ing packets in the Internet such as IPv4, EGP, RIP, OSPF, IGMP, ICMP, course provides indepth information, example implementations, case UDP, ARP, RIP, SNMP OSPF. Ideas and algorithms behind these routing studies, and practical guidance to give your team members a running protocols are explained. An outlook discusses future reservation pro- start. tocols for multi-media traffic and the latest version of the Internet Protocol IPv6. 3
  5. 5. TONEX NETWORKING COURSE CATALOG If you are in Networking and intend to progress, this course is a For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/609/ MUST. It contains a wealth of necessary information and begins at a very readable and easy to understand level. Once these foundations are laid in the first day, the course continues at a good pace and cov- 610 - IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Fundamentals ers an excellent area of topics including Addressing, Concepts, ARP, Cost: $1999 | Duration: 3 Day(s) RARP, TCP/UDP, Routing, ICMP, Subnets, ISO Model, GGP, EGP, RIP, OSPF, IGMP, DNS, Telnet and much, much more. The IP Multi-Media Subsystem (IMS) is an IP multimedia and telephony core network. It is defined by 3GPP and 3GPP2 standards and organi- Internetworking with TCP/IP also covers Design, Implementation, In- zations based on IETF Internet protocols. IMS is access independent as ternals, Client-Server Programming and Applications. it supports IP to IP session over wireline IP, 802.11, 802.15, WiMAX, CDMA2000, GSM/EDGE/UMTS and other packet data applications. Objectives: This course provides you with a comprehensive business and technical foundation in TCP/IP interworking. IMS permits and enhances real time, multimedia mobile services such Prerequisites: None. as rich voice, video telephony, messaging, conferencing and push ser- vices by responding to the emerging trend to move toward a common, For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/604/ standardized subsystem. As data services proliferate and the value chain expands, current vertical application platforms are proving in- sufficient to meet operator needs. IMS represents a standardized, 605 - Cryptography And Network Security reusable platform providing a better way to experiment with, deploy, integrate, and expand consumer and enterprise voice and data ser- Cost: $1499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) vices. For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/605/ This course provides an advanced technical overview of IMS. In this course we will discuss various advanced concepts that are integral to 606 - Hands-On TCP/IP Networking Workshop the development of IMS and all IP networks. Cost: $3999 | Duration: 4 Day(s) Objectives: For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/606/ • Understand concepts behind All-IP Multimedia Networks • Understand IMS architecture • Explain IMS reference architecture 609 - Advanced IPTV Training • Understand IMS session control, connection control and Cost: $2199 | Duration: 3 Day(s) applications services • Explore SIP and SDP extensions used in IMS The Advanced IPTV course provides a technical detail on IPTV and • Explain IMS services covers IPTV implementation and operations. This course provides a • Understand IMS Security and QoS detailed understanding of the motivation behind IPTV architecture. It also discusses IPTV design principles and how IPTV achieves QoS. This For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/610/ course concludes with end-to-end and operations scenarios to help attendees understand the big picture. 616 - VPN Fundamentals Objectives: Cost: $1,499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) After successfully completing the course the attendees will: A VPN is a communications environment in which access is controlled • Explain advanced IPTV architecture to permit peer connections only within a defined community of inter- • Explore the architecture and components of IPTV est, and is constructed though some form of partitioning of a com- • Sketch IPTV networks, protocols and interfaces mon underlying communications medium, where this underlying com- • Explain IPTV architecture approaches to provide multiple services munications medium provides services to the network on a non-ex- • Discuss the detailed operations of IPTV clusive basis. • Describe the IPTV design philosophy and identify the key concepts Virtual private networks have become an essential part of today's • Understand the issues with IPTV implementation and operations business networks, as they provide a cost-effective means of assuring • Understand IPTV management and O&M challenges private internal and external communications over the shared Internet • Discuss deployment scenarios for IPTV infrastructure. Virtual Private Networks: Technologies and Solutions is Prerequisites: IPTV Fundamentals course or equivalent training a comprehensive, practical guide to VPNs. program is recommended. VPN Fundamentals includes VPN concepts and architectures,an in- 4
  6. 6. TONEX NETWORKING COURSE CATALOG depth examination of advanced features and functions such as tun- QoS on a per-hop basis, and explains how IntServ and DiffServ are neling, authentication, access control, VPN gateways, VPN clients, and used to provide IP QoS support in routers. MPLS and GMPLS can be VPN network and service management. used to improve routing efficiency and provide a basis for good QoS support is described. This course also explains how IPv6 and class- This course presents the various technology components, concrete based queuing all help to provide IP QoS. solutions, and best practices you need to deploy and manage a highly successful VPN. Objectives: • How QoS works-and why it is crucial to networks that must Objectives: deliver integrated voice, data, and video traffic After completing this course, attendees will be able to: • Implementing QoS in IP environments • Understand IPsec, featuring the Authentication Header, • Leveraging QoS capabilities built into IPv4 and IPv6 Encapsulating Security Payload, Internet Key Exchange, and • Understanding the Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP), Real- implementation details Time Transport Protocol (RTP), and DiffServ • Understand PPTP, L2F, L2TP, and MPLS as VPN tunneling • Explain the techniques, principles and technology associated protocols with implementing IP Quality of Service (QoS) • Review Two-party and three-party authentication, including • Describe the IETF's Integrated Services standard and RADIUS and Kerberos accompanying protocols such as RSVP, RTP and RTCP • Explore Public key infrastructure (PKI) concept and its integration • Describe the IETF's Differentiated Services standard and how it into VPN solutions can be used to provide quality of service on a per-hop basis. • Understand Access control policies, mechanisms, and • Explain the various queuing and congestion avoidance management, and their application to VPNs techniques used by QoS-aware routers to implement services such as IntServ and DiffServ. • Review VPN gateway functions, including site-to-site intranet, remote access, and extranet • and more ... • Review Gateway configuration, provisioning, monitoring, and For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/617/ accounting • Explore Gateway interaction with firewalls and routers • Understand VPN client implementation issues, including 618 - MPLS Fundamentals interaction with operating systems Cost: $1,499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) • Understand Client operation issues, including working with NAT, DNS, and link MTU limits MPLS stands for "Multiprotocol Label Switching". In an MPLS network, • Explore VPN service and network management architectures and incoming packets are assigned a "label" by a "label edge router (LER)". tunnel and security management Packets are forwarded along a "label switch path (LSP)" where each • Review successful VPN deployments "label switch router (LSR)" makes forwarding decisions based solely on • Discuss successful and unsuccessful VPN deployments the contents of the label. At each hop, the LSR strips off the existing label and applies a new label which tells the next hop how to forward • Step through a practical process for managing a VPN deployment the packet. project • Explore the current and future market trends Label Switch Paths (LSPs) are established by network operators for a Prerequisites: Basic Knowledge of TCP/IP and Networking variety of purposes, such as to guarantee a certain level of perfor- For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/616/ mance, to route around network congestion, or to create IP tunnels for network-based virtual private networks. In many ways, LSPs are no different than circuit-switched paths in ATM or Frame Relay networks, 617 - IP QoS Fundamentals except that they are not dependent on a particular Layer 2 technology. Cost: $1,499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) An LSP can be established that crosses multiple Layer 2 transports The course describes policy-based QoS architecture which supports such as ATM, Frame Relay or Ethernet. Thus, one of the true promises infrastructure for delivering QoS based applications. Finally, the of MPLS is the ability to create end-to-end circuits, with specific per- course introduces some emerging trends in IP QoS. formance characteristics, across any type of transport medium, elimi- nating the need for overlay networks or Layer 2 only control mecha- It explains the techniques, principles and technology associated with nisms implementing IP Quality of Service (QoS). The IETF's Integrated Ser- vices standard and accompanying protocols such as RSVP, RTP and Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is one of the central elements of RTCP are described, and how RSVP is used as a QoS signaling protocol next generation networks. It provides an IP-compatible, QoS-capable to request a certain QoS is covered. This course describes the IETF's infrastructure that enables the convergence of voice, IP, ATM, Ether- Differentiated Services standard and how it can be used to provide net, and Frame Relay onto the same backbone network. MPLS can 5
  7. 7. TONEX NETWORKING COURSE CATALOG combine the intelligence and salability of routing with the reliability • Develop deep into the world of GMPLS applications, including and manageability of traditional carrier networks. It is the key to scal- traffic engineering, path computation, L1 VPNs, point-to- able virtual private networks (VPNs) and end-to-end quality of service multipoint connectivity, service management, and resource (QoS). protection. • Explore three GMPLS control plane architectures: peer, overlay, This course provides an in-depth study of MPLS technology, including and hybrid, and explains the GMPLS UNI and NNIs. MPLS theory and configuration, network design issues, case studies, • Explain how provisioning challenges can be met in multi-region operations, VPN, Traffic Engineering and GMPLS (Generalized MPLS). networks and details the provisioning systems and tools relied on by the GMPLS control plane, along with the standard MIB Objectives: modules used to manage a GMPLS system. • List the features, functions and benefits of MPLS Prerequisites: Basic IP, TDM, SONET and Optical knowledge • Identify suitable applications for MPLS • Describe the underlying concepts of MPLS For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/619/ • Describe the frame-mode MPLS and cell-mode MPLS • Describe the concept of MPLS labels, label stack and different 620 - Mobile IP Fundamentals label formats • Describe the label distribution process between LSRs Cost: $1499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) • Describe the loop detection and prevention mechanisms in MPLS This course introduces the technical fundamentals of Mobile IP (MIP). • Explore the future trends of MPLS Mobile IP is a standard developed by IETF for the purpose of providing Prerequisites: General understanding of data networking concepts is macro mobility across a set of different radio access technologies. The recommended course starts with an overview of mobility and wireless technology, in- For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/618/ cluding implementation issues. Mobile IP is also addressed, including operations, components, and protocol. The course also includes sec- tions with a summary of best practices to consider in Mobile IP opera- 619 - GMPLS Fundamentals tions and management. Cost: $1599 | Duration: 2 Day(s) Prerequisites: Knowledge of TCP/IP is recommended. Generalized Multi-Protocol Label Switching (GMPLS) is an emerging For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/620/ technology which helps in sustaining carrier profitability by reducing the operator expenses while supporting a variety of network topolo- gies. Generalized MPLS (GMPLS) is an extension of the existing MPLS that supports TDM, wavelength and spatial switching. GMPLS extends MPLS to provide the control plane (signaling and routing) for devices that switch in any of these domains: packet, time, wavelength, and fiber. This common control plane promises to simplify network operation and management by automating end-to-end provisioning of connec- tions, managing network resources, and providing the level of QoS that is expected in the new, sophisticated applications. This coursed begins by an introduction of MPLS and defining GMPLSs place in a transport network, leveraging your knowledge of MPLS to give you an understanding of this radically new control plane technol- ogy. The course covers GMPLS architecture and Switching Domains, GMPLS Traffic Types, GMPLS Forwarding Scheme, GMPLS Devices, GM- PLS Protocols, GMPLS Signaling Protocols and Link Management. An overview of GMPLS protocols follows an in-depth examinations of the architectures underpinning GMPLS in real-world network environ- ments and current and emerging GMPLS applications. Objectives: • Unerstand GMPLS protocols for signaling, routing, link and resource management, and traffic engineering. 6
  8. 8. TONEX NETWORKING COURSE CATALOG • Review Softswitch Operations, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting (OAM&P) VoIP & IMS • Explain performance and voice quality considerations • Explore project planning process of Softswitch • Review successful VoIP deployments for wireline, wireless, and cable operators 621 - Softswitch Planning, Design And • Discuss successful and unsuccessful Softswitch deployments Implementation (VoIP, ATM and PSTN) Cost: $3999 | Duration: 4 Day(s) • Step through a practical process for managing a Softswitch deployment project Softswitch are software products that can replace very expensive • Explore the current and future market trends hardware in VoIP systems. Having completed this course the partici- Prerequisites: Basic understanding of the PSTN, SS7 and IP is pants will be able to understand carrier-grade softswitch concepts recommended. and how softswitch is implemented, deployed and managed in today's networks. This comprehensive course which explores softswitch ap- For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/621/ plications, protocols and platforms, gives the attendees an inside look at the software. 622 - Voice Over IP Aimed at network planners and system integrators at carriers and ser- Cost: $1,499 | Duration: 2 Day(s) vice providers, softswitch vendors, and at developers of high-value services, this course aims to demystify the rationale behind Voice over IP (VoIP), which integrates voice and data transmission, is softswitching and clearly explains what makes it tick, what are the quickly becoming an important factor in network communications. It drawbacks, where's the hype, and whose claims can we believe? It sets promises lower operational costs, greater flexibility, and a variety of out to help attendees understand how softswitch will affect their sys- enhanced applications. VoIP Fundamentals provides a thorough intro- tems, services and vendors, and it explores how to get hardware-style duction to this new technology to help experts in both the data and quality, salability and signaling from a softswitch. The course is about telephone industries plan for the new networks. The hands-on labs the definition, need and scope of the softswitch from both a technical are very useful methods to understand the A-Z of VoIP. and service perspective. Objectives: If you want to know more about softswitch and its role in the next • Explain the basics of telephony and TCP/IP generation voice, broadband, and wireless networks, you should at- • Understand the engineering tools and procedures required for a tend this excellent course on softswitch technology as the enabling voice network and the current technologies leading to the platform for next-generation packet communications. integration of voice and data networks • Explain the basics of Voice over IP (VoIP) The course does an outstanding job of showing how softswitch tech- • Understand existing and emerging standards for VoIP and nology and applications enable global service providers and carriers to network architectures to support VoIP optimize their networks and generate new revenue streams with new • Understanding Carrier Grade VoIP Technologies services and applications. In other words, the course explores how • Describe the protocols that support VoIP calls and explain how IP softswitch technology disrupts incumbent service providers and their works with the PSTN vendors. The course helps to identify some of the success and tech- • Identify some of the challenges VoIP faces in today's networks to nological challenges of the industry based on the softswitch. demonstrate a good understanding of its capabilities Objectives: • Explore the latest enabling technologies • Explain Softswicth/MGC, Media Gateways, SIP, Megaco, and After completing this course, students will be able to: MGCP • Explain the basics of VoIP • Voice characteristics, compression standa Mean Opinion Scores • Understand the engineering tools and procedures required for a (MOS) voice network • Learn about the functional components involved in using • Understand existing and emerging standards for VoIP gateways to deploy VoIP networks • Explain the concepts of carrier-grade VoIP • Explain the concepts of quality of service enforcement • Explore Softswitch Technologies techniques • Understand Regulatory Compliance • Explain performance and voice quality considerations • Explain Softswitch Network Features • Discuss VoIP OSS/BSS • Review Subscriber Features Supported by Softswitch • Review transitioning to the All-VoIP PSTN and VoIP Taxation • Discuss Softswitch Interworking • Explore project planning process of VoIP 7
  9. 9. TONEX NETWORKING COURSE CATALOG • Review successful VoIP deployments for wireline, wireless, and cable operators • Discuss successful and unsuccessful VoIP deployments • Step through a practical process for managing a VoIP deployment project • Explore the current and future market trends • Discuss Video Services Over IP Prerequisites: Basic understanding of telephony and TCP/IP is recommended. For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/622/ 8
  10. 10. TONEX NETWORKING COURSE CATALOG The boot camp also covers all the aspects of the current and future networks used to distribute video including satellite, Cable TV, Video Technologies IPTV/TelcoTV, Internet Protocol TV, mobile TV, satellite DMB (S-DMB), terrestrial DMB (T-DMB), digital video broadcasting-handheld (DVB- H), digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB), TDtv (based on TD-CDMA technology from [IPWireless]), 1seg (based on Japan's ISDB-T), DAB 626 - MPEG-4 Fundamentals and MediaFLO. . Cost: $1599 | Duration: 2 Day(s) Objectives: Upon completion of this boot camp, the attendees should Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) a working group of ISO/IEC in be able to: charge of the development of standards for coded representation of digital audio and video. Established in 1988, the group has produced • Understand the basic of video technology and video broadcast MPEG-1, the standard on which such products as Video CD and MP3 services are based, MPEG-2, the standard on which such products as Digital • Understand the basics of digital TV, high definition TV, IPTV, and Television set top boxes and DVD are based, MPEG-4, the standard mobile TV for multimedia for the fixed and mobile web, MPEG-7, the standard • Understand the basics of NTSC, PAL, video compression, MPEG-2 for description and search of audio and visual content and MPEG-21, and MPEG-4 the Multimedia Framework. • Explore different current and future networks used to distribute video MPEG-4 was defined by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG), the Prerequisites: Basic understanding of data communications is working group within the International Organization for Standardiza- recommended but not necessary tion (ISO) that specified the widely adopted, Emmy Award-winning standards known as MPEG-1 and MPEG-2. For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/10610/ It is a graphics and video compression algorithm standard that is based on MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and Apple QuickTime technology. The pri- mary uses for the MPEG-4 standard are web (streaming media) and CD distribution, conversational (videophone), and broadcast televi- sion. MPEG-4 builds on the proven success of three fields: • Digital television; • Interactive graphics applications (synthetic content); • Interactive multimedia (World Wide Web, distribution of and access to content) MPEG-4 provides the standardized technological elements enabling the integration of the production, distribution and content access paradigms of the three fields. This course covers MPEG-4 protocol, architecture, functional characteristics, technical components, design, operations and testing. For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/626/ 10610 - Video Technologies Boot Camp Cost: $4999 | Duration: 4 Day(s) The boot camp covers a wide range of topics, including all technical aspects of video and multimedia with the focus on theoretical and practical video technology issues. Topics such as basic TV and video fundamentals, digital video, video compression, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 standards, 3D scene modeling, image analysis, intelligent vision ap- plications, multimedia compression and transmission, multimedia signal processing, panoramic imaging and distributed video systems, sensor technologies, and visualization. 9