Posts Tagged ‘authentication’
Posted by Brad54Fox on May 12th, 2013 | No Comments »
Introduction. Call set-up within GSM consists of the following main steps: RR connection establishment; Service request; Authentication; Ciphering mode setting; IMEI Check; TMSI-Reallocation; Call initiation; Assignment of a traffic channel ..
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Telecom knowledge & experience sharing…..: – Call Set-up in GSM
Filed under GSM, Telecom | Tags: authentication, check, ciphering, establishment, GSM, initiation, main-steps, request, set-up-within, the-following, tmsi
Posted by Rad7qg4y on April 23rd, 2013 | No Comments »
Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) on April 22 expanded off-loading of 3G mobile Internet traffic onto its Wi-Fi hot-spot network using EAP-SIM (extensible authentication protocol-SIM) capabilities to users of 20 Android smartphones and certain iPad users, according to the company.
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Taiwan market: Chunghwa Telecom expands EAP-SIM off-loading …
Filed under Telecom | Tags: 3g, among-mobile, authentication, chunghwa-telecom, expanded-off-loading, extensible, internet, mobile, smartphones, spot, taiwan, Telecom
Posted by 1MorantKissinger123 on January 15th, 2013 | No Comments »
Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) on January 15 started using EAP-SIM (extensible authentication protocol-SIM) technology to automatically off-load 3G mobile Internet traffic onto its Wi-Fi hot-spot network, with more than 500,000 …
Taiwan market: Chunghwa Telecom begins EAP-SIM off-loading of …
Filed under GSM, Telecom | Tags: 3g, authentication, business, chunghwa, hot-spot-network, internet, mobile, result, Telecom, traffic, traffic-onto
Posted by ByronDominguez on August 23rd, 2012 | No Comments »
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Filed under GSM, Telecom | Tags: 3g, authentication, build-tools, eclipse, GSM, gtp, jboss, lte, not-required, protocols, result, tomcat
Posted by GermaineOles on April 28th, 2012 | No Comments »
Telecom carriers are logical providers of identity and in fact BT has rolled out authentication as a service. … Moreover, consumers trust their carriers to be middlemen in transactions such as purchases (think ring tones, etc.) …
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Are You Ready for the Identity Economy?
Filed under Telecom | Tags: authentication, carriers, consumers, consumers-trust, Market, middlemen, out-authentication, result, Telecom, tones