ITU Centre of Excellence elearning course: “Broadband Internet and Future Networks”, 31 May – 27 June 2016
ITU Centre of Excellence elearning course: “Broadband Internet and Future Networks”
31 May – 27 June 2016
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Centre of Excellence (CoE) node at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, will conduct eLearning course on “Broadband Internet and Future Networks” from 31 May to 27 June 2016, within the framework of ITU Centre of Excellence Network for Europe, and it will be delivered through the ITU Academy: https://academy.itu.int
Head/Coordinator of ITU Centre of Excellence at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies in Skopje is Prof. Dr. Toni Janevski (email@example.com).
This course will focus on Broadband Internet and Future Networks from technology, regulation and business aspects. It will cover the main Internet protocols (IP, TCP, UDP), IP addressing and naming (DHCP, DNS), IPv6 fundamentals and transition from IPv4 to IPv6, Internet networking including unicast and multicast, autonomous systems and BGP routing, main Internet services (Web, Email, FTP), as well as governance of Internet. Further, the course will incorporate broadband Internet access, including fixed broadband access such as copper-based (VDSL, ADSL, DOCSIS over cable) and optical access (G-PON, B-PON, E-PON, and NG-PON), mobile broadband access (3G, 4G, and road to 5G), business aspects as well as regulation of broadband Internet access. Also, it will cover broadband Internet services, including Next Generation Networks (NGN) and its Quality of Service (QoS) framework, IMS-based NGN VoIP and IPTV, Internet of Things (IoT) framework, cloud computing standardization by ITU and cloud service models (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, NaaS, Caas), OTT video streaming (Youtube, Netflix), voice OTT services (Skype, Viber), social networking OTT services (Facebook, Twitter), as well as business and regulation aspects. Finally, the course will incorporate Future Networks (FN) standardization by ITU, including network virtualization, energy saving in FN, Software Defined Networking (SDN), smart traffic, security issues, M2M architectures and services, Smart Ubiquitous Networks, IoT and Smart Sustainable Cities (SSC), as well as business and regulatory challenges in Future Networks.
This course is targeted at managers, engineers and employees from regulators, government organisations, telecommunication companies and academia, who are interested in understanding, implementation and regulation of Broadband Internet and Future Networks, including technologies, standardization, regulation and content. Other institutions and individuals that are dedicated in building their capacity related to Broadband Internet and Future Networks are also welcome to participate.
For formal Letter of Invitation for the ITU CoE elearning course all interested parties should contact Prof. Dr. Toni Janevski (firstname.lastname@example.org), latest by 30 May 2016.