NETWORKS 2012 will be held in Rome, Italy on October 15-18, 2012.
J.-P. Joseph (Alcatel-Lucent, US): |
PSTN Services Migration to IMS - Are SPs finally reaching the tipping point for large scale migrations?
K. Majewski (Siemens AG., DE); M. Koonert (Nokia Siemens Networks, PL):
Analytic uplink cell load approximation for planning fractional power control in LTE networks
A. Tomaszewski, M. Pioro, Cezary Zukowski (Warsaw University of Technology, PL); D. Hock, M. Hartmann, M. Menth (University of Wuerzburg, DE):
Optimized IP-Based vs. Explicit Paths for One-to-One Backup in MPLS Fast Reroute
edition of International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposium (shortly: Networks 2010) held in Warsaw, Poland, ended on 30 September, 2010. The consecutive symposia in the NETWORKS series have been held in Brighton, UK (1983), Innisbrook, USA (1986), Palma de Mallorca, Spain (1989), Kobe, Japan (1992), Sydney, Australia (1996), Sorrento, Italy (1998), Toronto, Canada (2000), Munich, Germany (2002), Vienna, Austria (2004), New Delhi, India (2006) and Budapest, Hungary (1994 and 2008).
Networks 2010 was a four-day professional and scientific event organized by Warsaw University of Technology in co-operation with Polish Association of Telecommunication Engineers (SIT). The conference was focused on network design and planning methods including the issues of routing, traffic flows and optimization that are necessary to deliver the promise of the Network of the Future. The motto of Networks 2010 was Networks for the e-Society
Over 100 technical papers submitted by researchers form America, Asia, Australia, and Europe were carefully reviewed by the Members of the Technical Program Committee and external reviewers. The accepted 51 high quality papers were finally organized into 16 technical sessions. 6 keynote talks, 8 invited papers, and 4 tutorials enriched the conference program.
The scientific success of the conference was due to hard work of a lot of people. Our appreciation goes to the authors of the regular and invited papers, the keynote speakers, the presenters of the tutorials, and the members of the Technical Program Committee. Our sincere thanks go to the Local Organizing Committee who secured the logistics and financial service.
We also thank the sponsors and the local institutions, Warsaw University of Technology and Polish Association of Telecommunication Engineers, for lending their support to the conference. Last but not least, we hope that the attendees enjoyed the conference program, the attractions of the city of Warsaw, and the social events of the conference.
Prof. Michal Pioro,
NETWORKS 2010 General Chair
Warsaw University of Technology
Polish Association of Telecommunication Engineers