Unique Skill ID: KS126Z76V8G0YS6Z65M3

Network Element

In computer networks, a network element is a manageable logical entity uniting one or more physical devices. This allows distributed devices to be managed in a unified way using one management system. According to the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the term 'network element' means a facility or equipment used in the provision of a telecommunications service. Such term also includes features, functions, and capabilities that are provided by means of such facility or equipment, including subscriber numbers, databases, signaling systems, and information sufficient for billing and collection or used in the transmission, routing, or other provision of a telecommunications service.

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5ESS Switching System
Element Management Systems
H.248 Protocol
IPTV
Integrated Services Digital Networks
Private Branch Exchange (PBX)
Public Switched Telephone Networks
Signaling System 7 (SS7)
Telephone Numbering Plans
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