By Floris van den Broek
Potent administration of a communications community could be a tough and dear task, or even extra so while the community crosses foreign borders. foreign community managers face a couple of matters which are an important to strategic decision-making, together with the various telecommunications laws, operators, and prone stumbled on within-as good as between-different international locations.
Focusing on those matters, administration of overseas Networks clears the best way for community managers to make knowledgeable, strategic judgements. the writer describes every one of those concerns intimately and develops models-illustrated by way of real case studies-that let a quantified research of every. being able to quantitatively determine those elements, managers can forecast the opportunity of cost-effectively handling a community inside of a given kingdom and make judgements, such as:
The powerful bring up prominent for foreign community providers mixed with the quick adjustments within the telecommunications setting in lots of international locations necessitate a better exam of foreign networks and the advance of latest versions and instruments that may facilitate administration judgements. administration of overseas Networks fulfills this call for. community managers, planners, and operators in addition to specialists, telecommunications lawyers-virtually a person operating with overseas networks-will locate this e-book a useful instrument and consultant to this dynamic, evolving arena.
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0739-2-frame Page 25 Monday, September 10, 2007 3:04 PM 2 Theoretical Development In this chapter, various theories are further developed for management of international networks, as required by step 2 of the research methodology. 4. 5. 1 TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT NETWORK: GENERAL THEORIES Telecommunications management network (TMN) is a standard that supports the management of telecommunications networks [Verdonck 1992, van Hemmen 1997]. The International Telecommunications Union, section Telecommunications Standardization, (ITU-T) has been developing this standard during the 1990s.
The current literature mentioned here is only a short list that is the basis for the theories to be developed. Overviews of literature of specific areas of network management can be found in [Verdonck 1992, Terplan 1992, and vanHemmen 1997]. 1 SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENTS A service level agreement (SLA) is an agreement between a network and the organization using the network. It covers the management of the network, including level of performance. 4 Research methodology. objectives, or verbal agreements [deLooff 1996, Passmore 1996, Ananthanpillai 1997].
Furthermore, there are various treaties and laws that have influence on a large number of countries. Those treaties and laws will also be addressed in this section. Meta Telecom Maturity Model This theory, developed by the Meta Group [Johnson 1997] is based on a checklist against which a country is evaluated. Using the checklist, which 0739-2-frame Page 27 Monday, September 10, 2007 3:04 PM Theoretical development 27 contains regulatory and infrastructure aspects of a country, the Meta Group classifies countries as Class A (advanced), Class B (highly developed), Class C (developed) or Class D (growth).