Mobility in a Multi-location Enterprise Network, Case Study: Global Voice Calls Placing

Autor(en)
Natalia Kryvinska, Christine Strauss, Peter Zinterhof
Abstrakt

Inter-enterprise collaborative environments and applications enable users to utilize and manage voice, data and video services on a common IP-based network. As voice moves

from its traditional separate network to having both user and trunk connections traverse the corporate IP network, the

demands for uptime and quality of experience increase dramatically. When Video-over-IP is layered onto the same infrastructure, the challenges become even greater as video and

traditional data traffic can overload links and potentially degrade sensitive VoIP traffic. Furthermore, when all three services run over a single infrastructure, any failure can wipe out all communications. This paper addresses the challenge of how the

newly converged network can be effectively deployed and managed for mission-critical, real-time services. We respond to

this challenge by suggesting a model with the appropriate optimized planning, design, and further maintenance.

Organisation(en)
Institut für Rechnungswesen, Innovation und Strategie
Externe Organisation(en)
Paris-Lodron Universität Salzburg
Seiten
324-330
Anzahl der Seiten
7
Publikationsdatum
2009
Peer-reviewed
Ja
ÖFOS 2012
5020 Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Link zum Portal
https://ucrisportal.univie.ac.at/de/publications/mobility-in-a-multilocation-enterprise-network-case-study-global-voice-calls-placing(cd654bc4-453a-48a3-9941-00bfc54a0e73).html