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Converging Networks

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This Handbook presents the ITU-T Recommendations on next generation networks in the context of the ongoing convergence of the telecommunications and media industries.

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Introduction

This handbook presents the ITU-T Recommendations on next generation networks in the context of the ongoing convergence of the telecommunications and media industries. Networks based on the use of the Internet Protocol (IP) are now not only being used to access information on the World Wide Web and to send email but to view television and listen to radio programmes, play games and to speak to each other. And all of these services are being provided to a single device, whether this is a personal computer or a mobile phone, as the distinction between these two popular types of terminal equipment becomes increasingly blurred. Next generation networks (NGNs) will support the convergence of services to fixed and mobile devices on an IP-based network infrastructure.

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