A few years back, the public service communications networks were developed on the "Next-Generation Network" (NGN) concept - an idea that one network transports all types of information and services - voice, data, and all sorts of media, like video and audio streams - by encapsulating these into packets, similar to those used on the Internet.
The NGN concept helped network operators transition from circuit-switched networks, like the ones used in phone lines - to data networks with packet switching.
Now that the number of connected devices is virtually exploding, Communications Industry is facing yet another major challenge...
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