SIP, CAMEL Training Courses
Onsite Training Courses and Scheduled Training Solutions
We provide both onsite training and scheduled training courses across
UK, EMEA, US and Asia/Pac. Please click on the course titles below to
see course outlines, schedules and delivery locations.
Generation Networks, SIP, SigTran
This course is aimed at providing the student with a detailed overview
of the control (signalling) protocols emerging in Next Generation
Network (NGN) architectures including interworking both within and
The course provides an overview of the packet based signalling
protocols: SIGnaling TRANsport (SIGTRAN), H.323, Session Initiation
Protocol (SIP), and Bearer Independent Call Control protocol (BICC).
The overviews are provided in an integrated way so that students
should understand how the protocols relate to each other, how they may
work together, protocols specifics, service possibilities and
interworking methods both between themselves, the current PSTN and
their use within third generation (3G) cellular networks.
IMS & SIP
This course gives an overview of the 3GPP IP Multimedia Subsytem (IMS),
which is based on the IETF Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and other
protocols. After introduction to the IMS Architecture, the course
focuses on the technical details of the SIP protocol and how it is
applied within the IMS. Basic IMS procedures (registration, session
establishment) as well as services (Presence, Messaging, Push-to-Talk)
are introduced and essential details are highlighted.
Networks, INAP & CAMEL
The goal of the Intelligent Network (IN) concept was to decouple
services and features from the switches themselves - that is seperate
service intelligence from the switching functions. This was to allow
network operators to be able to develop and deploy services and
features independently of the switch vendors, allowing more
versatility in service development, simplified rollout, reduced costs
and greater autonomy.
To this end the Intelligent Network Application Protocol (INAP) was
developed for fixed line networks. INAP is the primary protocol used
for fixed line IN outside of North America.
Customised Applications for Mobile Enhanced Logic (CAMEL) provides
standardised intelligent network capabilities for GSM networks. It was
based upon core INAP with modifications to take into account
Wireless IN and
This course has been designed to relay to the attendees the necessary
technical information to allow them to understand the basic
technology, standards & protocols involved and required in both the
Wireless IN & CAMEL environments.
The course is aimed at engineers implementing WIN or CAMEL technology
in their networks, engineers involved with the 3G wireless industry,
sales engineers, managers and 2G – 2.5G IN engineers wishing to
advance their understanding of these new technologies.
This course is designed to give the delegate an understanding of the
basic concepts of both third generation mobile networks and Internet
Protocol basics. Then the merging of these two technologies to produce
a working solution to modern-day mobile communications.