The years ahead are expected to be crucial for IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) adoption in Asia as more service providers will look to move from trials to commercial deployment of IMS enabled networks.
Asian operators and service providers are beginning to see more value in IMS and how it can help develop new market propositions with an aim to increase revenue through the provision on rich multimedia services and a new mobile experience that IMS is poised to provide.
The architecture in itself, enables multiple services to be clubbed together in real time, providing subscribers with the use of voice, data, and multimedia applications in a single call or integrated session. This offering of the future promises to be a significant new source of revenue for operators, as people increasingly adopt the mobile lifestyle.
IMS Asia 2008 will boast a high level speaker panel addressing current issues on industry trends, service creation, IMS based IPTV, IMS toward FMC and NGN, BSS/OSSS in the IMS environment, adopting SDP and IMS, Web 2.0, etc.
THAM Ruoh Yi (Ms)
04 May 2008