Dbms in telecommunication industry


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Dbms in telecommunication industry

  1. 1. DBMS in Telecommunication Industry By G.Hemanth Kumar Reddy K.Karthik E.P.John Kalayarasi Harish Ahire
  2. 2. Indian Telecom Industry• IndIa’s telecom sector Is doing exceptionally well in past decade.• Its structural and institutional reforms have provided tremendous growth opportunity in this sector• India has nearly 200 million telephone lines making it third largest network in the world after china and USA. With a growth rate of
  3. 3. Evolution of Industry-Important Milestones1851 First operational landlineswere laid by the government nearCalcutta.(seat of British power)1881  Telephone service introducedin India.1883Merger with postal system.1923 Formation of Indian radiotelegraph compay.1932Merger of ETC and IRT into indianradio and cable cable communication
  4. 4. Contd….1985 Department OfTelecommunications(DOT) established1986  Conversion of DOT into two fullyowned companies VSNL & MTNL1997Telecom Regulatory authority ofIndia is created.1999Cellular Services are launched inIndia.National Telecom Policy is adopted. 2000DOT becomes a Corporation i.e BSNL.
  5. 5. Major Players
  6. 6. Subscriber Database
  7. 7. Conventional Telephone
  8. 8. Present StatisticsTelephone Subscribers (Wireless and Landline): 885.99 million (June 2011)Land Lines: 34.29 million (June 2011)Cell phones: 851.70 million (June 2011)Monthly Cell phone Addition: 11.41 million (June 2011)Teledensity: 73.97 % (June 2011)Projected Teledensity: 1 billion, 84% of population by 2012.
  9. 9. Call Detail RecordA call detail record (also known as call data record orCDR) is the computer record produced by a telephoneexchange containing details of a phone call that passedthrough it. It is the automated equivalent of the papertoll tickets that were written and timed by operators forlong-distance calls in a manual telephone exchange.
  10. 10. Database structure of Telecom company
  11. 11. Concept of Roaming Generally for every mobile signal cell, there are two registers or databases. Home Location Register. Visitor Location Register.
  12. 12. Home Location Register Home Location Register (HLR) is a central database that contains details of each mobile phone subscriber that is authorized to use the core network. The HLRs store details of every SIM card issued by the mobile phone operator. . The HLR data is stored for as long as a subscriber remains with the mobile phone operator. HLR also manages the mobility of subscribers by means of updating their position in administrative areas. It sends the subscriber data to a Visitor Location Register (VLR).
  13. 13. Visitor Location RegisterVisitor Location Register (VLR) is a temporary databaseof the subscribers who have roamed into the particulararea which it serves. Each base station in the network isserved by exactly one VLR, hence a subscriber cannotbe present in more than one VLR at a time.
  14. 14. Different Database Applications Used In telecomm Industry • AT&T Wireless Network Control Centre. • Avaya • Blue Casa • Choice Wireless Inc. • Connected Wireless Solutions • Cox Radio
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