The development of the wireless intelligent network (WIN) and its relation to the international intelligent network standards

  • Faynberg I.
  • Gabuzda L.
  • Jacobson T.
  • Lu H.

This paper summarizes the current International Telecommunication Union — Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) intelligent network (IN) standards in the context of the wireless intelligent network (WIN) and relevant parts of the ANSI-41 family of standards developed in the United States. In addition, this paper outlines the concepts on which the standardization of the IN support of wireless networks should be developed internationally. The principal observation of the paper is that, while the mobile networks based on different standards are substantially dissimilar, it is still feasible to define one standard that would allow these dissimilar mobile networks to access the IN to provide telecommunications services globally and seamlessly. WIN sets the direction for such a standard.

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