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  Automatic Intelligent Transportation
Attaching the vehicles and the drivers to a confined network is a drawback relatively to the nowadays cars which enable their drivers the freedom to drive on a paved surface wherever they desire.
Nevertheless, the advantages of intelligent network are so substantive that it is evidently worthwhile to trade-off the attachment to the net against full freedom.
Intelligent transportation, global telecommunication, water desalination or exploitation of solar energy, are a few examples of technologies that would be blessed by the majority of mankind, and prove that a man's constructive spirit is far more valuable than his destructive possessions.
www.geocities.com /oded_roth   (2363 words)

 Encyclopedia: Intelligent network
The Intelligent Network or I.N., as it is more commonly referred to, is a network architecture for both fixed and mobile telecommunication networks.
The Intelligent Network Application Part (INAP) is a signaling protocol used in the intelligent network architecture.
From a technical view, the SCE is beginning to move away from its proprietary graphical origins and is moving towards a Java application server environment.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Intelligent-network   (2046 words)

 Optical Services over the Intelligent Optical Network
Today's management systems and network planning functions will have to adapt to a new paradigm in which a substantial portion of the network control and network knowledge is no longer centralized in the management systems.
Intelligent optical networks with a control plane, as described earlier, are an important step in that direction.
In an intelligent optical network, network activation uses proxy signaling on behalf of a client to request connectivity to a specified destination with the specified CoS parameters.
www.comsoc.org /pubs/sample/ci1/Private/2001/Sep/benjamin.html   (3841 words)

 Intelligent Design Network :: Seeking Objectivity in Origins Science
We promote the scientific evidence of intelligent design because proper consideration of that evidence is necessary to achieve not only scientific objectivity but also constitutional neutrality.
The theory of intelligent design (ID) holds that certain features of the universe and of living things are best explained by an intelligent cause rather than an undirected process such as natural selection.
Intelligent Design is an intellectual movement that includes a scientific research program for investigating intelligent causes and that challenges naturalistic explanations of origins which currently drive science education and research.
www.intelligentdesignnetwork.org   (557 words)

 ProCurve Networking by HP - Delivering Intelligent Network Access Through Identity Driven Management
The network's principal responsibilities, therefore, have been discovering devices, ensuring they are properly configured and facilitating the linkage between those devices and the services residing on the network.
Network access is determined and granted purely based on the user and the services to which they have privileges.
Network security is dramatically increased, with particular users being identified rather than the clients through which they are attempting to gain network access.
www.hp.com /rnd/pdf_html/IDM_white_paper.htm   (2133 words)

 Intelligent network -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Intelligent Network or I.N., as it is more commonly referred to, is an architecture which applies to ((often plural) systems used in transmitting messages over a distance electronically) telecommunication networks, both fixed and (A port in southwestern Alabama on Mobile Bay) mobile.
Specialized Resource Function (SRF) or Intelligent Peripheral (IP) This is a node which conects to both the SSP and the SCP and delivers additional special resources into the call, for example play voice announcements or collect (Click link for more info and facts about DTMF) DTMF tones from the user.
From a technical view, the SCE is beginning to move away from its proprietary graphical origins and is moving towards a (An island in Indonesia south of Borneo; one of the world's most densely populated regions) Java (Click link for more info and facts about application server) application server environment.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/i/in/intelligent_network.htm   (1355 words)

 Intelligent Network Management   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The ability to rapidly configure, diagnose, and remediate network disturbances is a security requirement for every business with network operations.
Assists network operators in monitoring, managing and defending the network at various levels of the network operations center.
It would autonomously monitor the network for compliance with your plans and enable replanning and reconfiguring of the network configuration in the event of network attacks, failures or other unauthorized activity.
www.asinc.com /intelligent.htm   (284 words)

 Entropy Gradient Reversals - The Rise of the Stupid Network
Thus, Intelligent Network specs were meant to encourage vendors to design their equipment to work in a multi-vendor environment - to interoperate.
A new network "philosophy and architecture," is replacing the vision of an Intelligent Network.
Instead of fancy "intelligent" network routing translation, in a Stupid Network, intelligent end-user devices would be connected to one or more high speed access networks - always listening for relevant information, for data addressed to their owner.
www.rageboy.com /stupidnet.html   (3722 words)

 DDSN Intelligent Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the DDSN Intelligent Network, specialised customer feature and routing information is held centrally in a network database which can be accessed by all switching nodes using dedicated datalinks and common-channel signalling (Figure 2).
Automatic network management controls initiated by the NCP maintain the integrity of the intelligent network under overload conditions by sending code gapping messages instructing the ACPs to throttle back on the number of queries being forwarded to the NCP and defining the treatment for failed calls.
The true power of intelligent network call processing is not solely its list of advanced features, but combinations of the feature set which can be defined to meet a service provider's own unique telecommunications needs and, consequently, buisness requirements.
www.darkfall.demon.co.uk /fallen/phreak/!ddsn.htm   (2237 words)

 Enter the Intelligent Network - Computerworld
For networks to truly become a reliable and cost-effective foundation from which to optimize business transparency and agility, they must not only hide complexity from the user, but they must also actively participate in the delivery of applications and services and be adaptive to the changing requirements of the business.
The three elements of an intelligent networking strategy are a systems-level approach to network design, including how the network integrates with the rest of the IT infrastructure; active participation by the network in the delivery of applications and services; and policies for linking business objectives and processes to network rules.
The network must not only look deeper into the payload of individual packets, to understand what type of application it is, and what it is trying to do; it must be capable of examining streams of packets as well.
www.computerworld.com /managementtopics/management/story/0,10801,100536,00.html?source=x247   (2493 words)

 Definition: intelligent network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A network that allows functionality to be distributed flexibly at a variety of nodes on and off the network and allows the architecture to be modified to control the services.
IN/1 A proposed intelligent network targeted toward services that allow increased customer control and that can be provided by centralized switching vehicles serving a large customer base.
IN/1+ A proposed intelligent network targeted toward services that can be provided by centralized switching vehicles, e.g., access tandems, serving a large customer base.
www.atis.org /tg2k/_intelligent_network.html   (181 words)

 Lucent Technologies, PT TELCOM Indonesia sign multimedia access and intelligent network infrastructure contracts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Intelligent network technology, based on advanced software developed by Bell Labs, enables network operators to make their network programmable, thus allowing them to bring new services to the market quickly and efficiently.
Intelligent network technology is deployed throughout sophisticated public networks worldwide.
PT Telkom was among the first network operators in Asia to integrate intelligent network capabilities into its network, and inaugurated its IN system throughout Indonesia's national telecommunications system.
www.lucent.com /press/0501/010517.nsa.html   (721 words)

 AT&T News Release, 1993-03-17, White paper describes AT&T Worldwide Intelligent Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Some typical examples of special ser- vices are a private internal network used by one company to connect all of its offices, or dedicated transmission facilities used by a company requiring large transfer of data between computers on a continuous basis.
Special services network management may often be handled by a customer on their own premises, perhaps using AT&T's ACCUMASTER(R) network management products, or AT&T may provide this service for the customer, or there may be some other arrangement such as AT&T personnel managing a customer's network on the customer's premises.
The AT&T network management centers are designed to be in a constant state of improvement, with AT&T Bell Laboratories' engineers working as an adjunct team to enhance and improve the tools at AT&T network managers' disposal.
www.att.com /news/0393/930317.chb.html   (1423 words)

 Intelligent Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Intelligent Network is thus a tool for increasing your revenues while offering better services to your clients.
Intelligent Network with the Linea UT The Intelligent Network is two concepts: it is a network architecture and it is a series of services.
The Intelligent Peripheral is an announcement machine which connects to the SSP using normal SS No. 7 trunks with ISUP and connects to the SCP using INAP.
penta.ufrgs.br /tmn/inforany.html   (463 words)

 network services — Intelligent Networks
The strong interest among fixed and mobile telecom network operators in Intelligent Networks stems from the potential of IN techniques to enhance the range, quality and flexibility of the services that can be offered to subscribers, and the speed with which new services can be developed and introduced.
With centrex, the public network operator takes responsibility for the provision of all the customer's telephone services, whether they are from desk to desk across the office, or across the country.
For the network operator, there are tremendous revenue-earning opportunities from these new services, since in most countries the business community generates some 80 percent of public network revenues.
penta.ufrgs.br /gereseg/kap7.html   (4364 words)

 Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.
Towards this, we have redefined the term 'telecom service' by introducing value added services in the form of intelligent network.
Intelligent Network provides a framework to create various services in a centralized place independent of the switch.
In IN, calls generated by a subscribers are routed (Circuit Switched) to the nearest Service Switching Points, which in turn, consults, the Service Control Points (SCP) on high speed CCS 7 links to get the necessary information for further routing of the call.
www.bsnl.co.in /service/inteligent_network.htm   (240 words)

 Enron Intelligent Network (EIN)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The network intelligence comes from Enron's standards-based InterAgent technology, a real-time intelligent messaging technology that supports the development and maintenance of distributed applications across network environments.
Enron Communications is building a long-haul fiber-optic network on strategic routes throughout the United States to create a data-centric national Pure IP backbone known as the Enron Intelligent Network.
It is extending the capabilities of that network through agreements with ISPs and carriers seeking to generate new revenue sources and improved services.
www2.ece.rice.edu /~dhj/ein.html   (530 words)

 Intelligent Network - a Whatis.com definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Intelligent Network (IN) is a telephone network architecture originated by Bell Communications Research (Bellcore) in which the service logic for a call is located separately from the switching facilities, allowing services to be added or changed without having to redesign switching equipment.
That is, a certain portion of a dialed phone number, such as 800 or 900, triggers a request for a specific service.
A later version of IN called Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) introduces the idea of a "service-independent" architecture in which a given part of a telephone number can interpreted differently by different services depending on factors such as time of day, caller identity, and type of call.
searchnetworking.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid7_gci212335,00.html   (233 words)

 CosmoCall Universeā„¢ - NGIN (Next Generation Intelligent Network) Platform Overview
Intelligent Routing is just one of ways to use the NGIN Platform.
The CosmoCall Universe Network ACD is used for routing calls to individual agents, queues, agent groups, or agent locations.
Additional network routing action can be taken based on the status of the destination location.
www.cosmocom.com /ProductInfo/NGIN-overview.htm   (495 words)

 Intelligent Design Network
Because this is of primary concern to persons interested in the intelligent design movement we requested and obtained the attached legal opinion that covers these issues in depth.
You have requested my opinion as to how public schools may develop science curriculum regarding the teaching of biological origins (the origin of life and the origin of the diversity of life) in a way that is consistent with the Constitution of the United States.
Contrary to statements made by those who wish to censor the evidence of design, there are no cases where a court has held that intelligent design theory is a religion or is inappropriate for discussion in a science class.
www.intelligentdesignnetwork.org /legalopinion.htm   (12821 words)

 Intelligent Network IN Components
The Ocean fastIP is a high performance Intelligent Peripheral supporting 120 ports with up to 3000 hours audio capacity and with guaranteed availability of system resources for a wide range of interactive facilities.
The Ocean fastIP Compact is a high performance Intelligent Peripheral supporting 120 ports with up to 150 hours audio capacity and with guaranteed availability of system resources for a wide range of interactive facilities.
The Ocean SSW Summing Switch is a high availability audio summing switch which combines audio call legs for applications such as Call Monitoring and karaoke.
www.telsis.com /0260.htm   (340 words)

 IP and the Intelligent Network: The Road to Convergence - Market Research Report
The emergence of the intelligent network (IN) significantly affected the evolution of the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
As service providers move toward optical solutions in the access, metro, and core networks, the issues of network intelligence, service creation and control, provisioning, and management are becoming more pressing.
IP and the Intelligent Network examines this IN infrastructure and its usefulness with IP and discusses methods to derive value in a converged network space.
www.mindbranch.com /products/R329-0011.html   (598 words)

 Cognitronics - Advanced Intelligent Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN), is a network architecture which separates service logic from switching equipment, allowing new services to be added without having to redesign the switches to support the new services.
If the network implementation plans require a direct interface with the SCP, the CX Series utilizes SR-3511 protocols to exchange information and manage message flows.
The network connection used to route the data needed to set up and manage AIN network calls is known as SS7.
www.cognitronics.com /products/ain.html   (189 words)

 Intelligent Network (IN) and Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN)
Intelligent network (IN), designed originally by Telcordia Technologies, is a service-independent telecommunications network, in which service logic is separated from switching equipment, allowing new services to be added without having to redesign switches to support new services.
The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) is recognized as an industry standard in North America, replacing the legacy IN.
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www.networkdictionary.com /telecom/in.php   (420 words)

 Lightwave - Jiangsu Telecom taps Lucent for intelligent optical network
A distributed control plane in the ASON provides the optical network with the faster setup and release of connections, and it can more quickly detect a problem and restore itself in the event of a failure.
This network is the result of a contract announced in May 2004.
Developed by Bell Labs, the LambdaUnite MSS is a next-generation intelligent multi-service optical switch that bridges traffic between data-intensive metro networks and high-speed optical core networks, connecting cities, campuses and corporate networks to larger, long-haul public networks.
lw.pennnet.com /Articles/Article_Display.cfm?Section=OnlineArticles&SubSection=Display&PUBLICATION_ID=13&ARTICLE_ID=220003   (720 words)

 Intelligent Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The term Intelligent Network is used to describe a service-independent architectural concept, which is applicable to all kinds of networks.
Its main objectives are to facilitate easy development of new and innovative feature-rich services, to substantially reduce the turnaround time for the introduction or modification of these services, to reduce developmental costs and to introduce more complex network functions by which, for example, users can manage and modify their own data.
The main distinguishing feature of IN architecture with respect to a conventional switching network architecture is that here the intelligence or the logic for execution of value-added services is removed from the switch and is placed in a central computer called the Service Control Point (SCP).
www.cdot.com /in.html   (1363 words)

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