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Mar
23
Mon
Fiber To The X (FTTx) Technical Training @ Nairobi
Mar 23 – Mar 27 all-day

FTTx COURSE AT A GLANCE

The explosion of information traffic owing to the internet, electronic commerce, computer networks, multimedia, voice, data, and video has led to demand for a transmission medium with the bandwidth capabilities for handling such vast amounts of information. Fiber optics, with its high bandwidth capabilities and low attenuation characteristics has proven to be the solution. It’s from this background that Telco companies, cities, utilities and commercial service providers utilizing Fiber Optics have realized that the ultimate choice for upgrading the subscriber connection and possibility of delivering new services (Triple-Play) is fiber to the premises, home, Wireless (FTTP, FTTH, FTTW).
Who Should Attend:
> Fiber Optics Project Management teams
> Technical Support Engineers
> Operation and Maintenance Engineers
> Telecom Managers and supervisors involved in Fiber projects

Course Objectives:
From this course program participants shall learn:
> What is FTTx? – Fiber to the “x” – home, premises, curb, wireless etc.
> How FTTx developed and is growing worldwide
> Alternatives to FTTH
> Network Architectures used in FTTx, specifications, advantages/disadvantages
> What is a “triple-play” system and how is it implemented?
> What are FTTx standards? BPON, GPON, EPON, RFOG, etc.
> How to Plan, Design and Install a FTTx project
> How to test FTTx installations, especially PONs

May
4
Mon
5G Essentials for Business Leaders and Non-Tech Professionals
May 4 – May 5 all-day

Is your organization 5G ready?

Objectives of this course:

At the end of this course participants would achieve high level key aspects of 5G architecture (How the network will be designed and implemented),Use Cases (Market Aspects and Services that can generate revenue).

Participants will be introduced to 5G Network Applications & Use cases including machine-to-machine (M2M) Communications, Remote Healthcare Applications, Autonomous Cars, 5G Wearables, Smart Cities/Smart Grids, Industry Robotics, Massive Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity etc.

Participants will learn about Network Overview and various new approaches to be taken by telecommunication companies for implementing 5G.

Prerequisites:

Attendees should have General knowledge of Telecom Industry

Module 1: 5G Introduction

• 5G Introduction • Need of 5G • 5G market and Global Strategies • Evolution history of 5G Networks • 4G vs 5G • 5G Requirements • 5G Specifications • Speed • Standards • Capabilities • 5G Features • New 5G Use cases • Roadmap to 5G services

Module 02: 5G Overall Architecture and Deployment Options

• Current status of 5G with perspective of Global Deployment • 5G deployment options and current status • 5G Radio network architecture • 5G Core network • 5G Services • Slicing of 5G networks • 5G and IoT • 5G and V2X • Ultra-fast Internet with 5G

Course Trainer:

Gaurav Bhatia is a Senior Technologist & Telecom Consultant with expertise in 5G CS & PSIP Core solutions IMS, EPC, VoLTE, Charging, PCRF, VAS, SDM- HSS, OSS,4G,5G, IoT ,Wireless, Mobile messaging, with combined work experience of 13 plus years in Telecom Product & Technology Training and Technical Consultancy with Global Telecom Service Providers and Telecom Network Manufacturers including CISCO, AT&T, MEDITEL – Morocco, – PT telecom – Lisbon, CELCOM-Malaysia, , ‘Yes ‘Optus- Australia., O2 Czech Republic, , BANGLALINK, Reliance communications, Etisalat, Nokia Networks ,Huawei Telecommunications , Bharti -Airtel ,BSNL ,Idea Ericsson, Vodafone, NTT DoCoMo , SingTel M2 Singapore, DTAC -Bangkok, NAK- Iran,NTT – Japan, Ericson ,NBN Australia.

May
6
Wed
5G Explained- High Level Training for Telecom Experts @ Nairobi
May 6 – May 9 all-day

Introduction:

5G (5th generation mobile networks) is major overhaul of existing wireless communication networks with ability to cater and deploy new use cases .5G would bring lots of technologies under common platform It’s is a new type of network i.e. a platform for innovations that will not only enhances today’s mobile broadband services, but will also expand mobile networks to support a vast diversity of devices and services and connect new industries with improved performance, efficiency, and cost. 5G Explained would give participants insights of new uses case and new aspects of technologies and understanding of Overall architecture and associated concepts.

Objectives of this course:

At the end of this course participants will have an in-depth understanding of the following:

5G System architecture (Access Network, Transport,5G Core network), nodes / functions, interfaces / reference points, basic procedures and main architectural ideas.

The course will be building blocks to 5G like NFV/SDN and network slicing and how these are used to make the 5G System more efficient and flexible than earlier generations of 3GPP networks.

Prerequisites:

Attendees should have basic understand of any of below technologies

• Circuit

• packet switched

• Radio networks

• LTE

• EPC

• VoLTE

Module 1: 5G Introduction

• 5G Introduction • Need of 5G • Evolution history of 5G Networks • 4G vs 5G • 5G Requirements • 5G Specifications • Speed • Standards • Capabilities • 5G Features • 5G Use cases • Roadmap

Module 2 : Initial deployment of 5G Architecture Transition from 4G to 5G

• Initial Deployment of 5G with 4G EPC and 5G and 4G RAN • 4G Network nodes, Roles and Functions • EPS bearers • Key Reference points • Basic Signalling procedures • 4G QoS Introduction for 5G initial deployment • Architecture transition from Evolution from 4G to 5G • 5G Overall architecture

Module 3: 5G RAN

• 5G RAN Architecture • RAN Protocols • 5G Transport • NG-RAN Nodes Interfaces • NR- UP and CP Stack • New RRC State • Dual connectivity • Deployment Scenarios • RAN Identifiers

Module 4: 5G Core Network

• CUPS transition • Collocation of 5G with EPC • Network function transition from 4G Core • New 5GC networks functions • 5G Core Network Architecture and transition models • 5G Interfaces • 5G Core Protocols • 5G Service based Architecture • 3GPP and Non 3GPP access reference points • 5G Core identifiers

Module 5: Voice over 5G

• Vo5G • 5G Voice Alternatives • VoNR via IMS • IMS position in 5GC • IMS Core Architecture • IMS reference points • New 5G interfaces for IMS • IMS Identifiers

Module 06: Virtualization and Edge computing in 5G

• Claudication of elements and benefits • Virtualization Introduction • C-RAN • 5G Virtualized Architecture • Network Functions Virtualization • MANO • NFV in 5G • MEC Introduction • MEC in 5G • Benefits of MEC

Module 8: Network Slicing in 5G

• Network Slicing Introduction • Need of Slicing • 4G Vs 5G slicing • Slicing identifiers • Slicing call flows

Module 9 : QoS in 5G

• 5G QoS Overview • 4G vs 5G QoS • New QoS Architecture • QoS Specs • QoS Identifiers • 5G QoS Standards and parameters • New QoS protocol

Module 10: 5G Security

• New 5G Security features • 5G UE identifiers • 5G Authentication schemes • New Security network functions • Authentication call flow

Course Trainer:

Gaurav Bhatia is a Senior Technologist & Telecom Consultant with expertise in 5G CS & PSIP Core solutions IMS, EPC, VoLTE, Charging, PCRF, VAS, SDM- HSS, OSS,4G,5G, IoT ,Wireless, Mobile messaging, with combined work experience of 13 plus years in Telecom Product & Technology Training and Technical Consultancy with Global Telecom Service Providers and Telecom Network Manufacturers including CISCO, AT&T, MEDITEL – Morocco, – PT telecom – Lisbon, CELCOM-Malaysia, , ‘Yes ‘Optus- Australia., O2 Czech Republic, , BANGLALINK, Reliance communications, Etisalat, Nokia Networks ,Huawei Telecommunications , Bharti -Airtel ,BSNL ,Idea Ericsson, Vodafone, NTT DoCoMo , SingTel M2 Singapore, DTAC -Bangkok, NAK- Iran,NTT – Japan, Ericson ,NBN Australia.

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The e-Enhancement Centre
Westlands Commercial Centre
Nairobi - Kenya

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