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Telefocal Asia by Mind Map: Telefocal Asia

1. Training:

1.1. 19th-31st October 2020

1.2. Mondays, Weds, Fridays: In Office 10-3

1.2.1. 19th October: Basics - Who, What, Why, How + Certification Programmes.

1.2.2. 20th October: 5G & ABCs of Telecoms.

1.2.3. 21st October: Cloud Technologies & how to sell

1.2.4. 22nd October: TC-5G & TC-SNP

1.2.5. 23rd October: TC-IRP & TC-FOP

1.2.6. 26th October: MARCOMS software engagement - How to.

1.2.7. 27th October: Test 1

1.2.8. 28th October: Setting up trainings - what to prep (pre/post)

1.2.9. 29th October: Test 2

1.2.10. 30th October: Hands On.

1.3. Tues, Thursdays: Virtual 10-3

2. Who are we?

2.1. Vision:

2.1.1. We aim to be the industry standard in the training and consultancy business – delivering services that positively impact on individual and organizational performances in an age of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity).

2.2. Mission:

2.2.1. We are driven to deliver services of the highest standards and quality for our customers, and look forward to become your trusted partner in fulfilling every aspect of your training and consultancy needs.

2.3. Values:

2.3.1. Knowledge is Power, but Experience Counts! We also believe in distinguishing ourselves through innovation and creativity. We are committed to performing to best-in-class standards through upholding principles of honesty, fairness, professionalism and responsibility.

3. What we do?

3.1. Offer a comprehensive list of training topics that encompasses the entire spectrum of telecommunications technologies – spanning from fundamental course topics such as ABCs of Telecommunications, to advanced ones relating to Cloud Enabling Technologies and latest Mobile Technologies.

3.2. We assist clients to develop competencies required for Access, Core, Transmission Network Technologies, Network Management and Service Applications. Its trainings aim to bridge learning gaps and fulfill training goals for organisations. A spirit of innovation and the constant strive for excellence are interwoven in all its training approaches so as to deliver total customer satisfaction.

3.2.1. CNT: A core network is a telecommunication network's core part, which offers numerous services to the customers who are interconnected by the access network. Its key function is to direct telephone calls over the public-switched telephone network. In general, this term signifies the highly functional communication facilities that interconnect primary nodes. The core network delivers routes to exchange information among various sub-networks. When it comes to enterprise networks that serve a single organization, the term backbone is often used instead of core network, whereas when used with service providers the term core network is prominent. This term is also known as network core or backbone network. Aggregation: The top degree of aggregation can be seen in a service provider network. Next in the hierarchy within the core nodes is the distribution networks, followed by the edge networks. Authentication: Determines whether the user demanding a service from a telecom network is permitted to complete the task within the network. Call Control or Switching: Determines the future span of a call depending on the processing of call signaling. Charging: Deals with the processing and collation of charging the data created by multiple network nodes. Service Invocation: A core network executes the service invocation task for its customers. Service invocation may occur in line with some precise activity (such as call forwarding) by the users or unconditionally (such as for call waiting). Gateways: Should be used in core network for accessing other networks. The functionality of gateways depends on the kind of network to which it is connected.

3.2.2. TCP: Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is the language a computer uses to access the internet. It consists of a suite of protocols designed to establish a network of networks to provide a host with access to the internet. TCP/IP is responsible for full-fledged data connectivity and transmitting the data end to end by providing other functions, including addressing, mapping and acknowledgment. TCP/IP contains four layers, which differ slightly from the OSI model. The technology is so common that one would rarely use the full name. In other words, in common usage the acronym is now the term itself. Nearly all computers today support TCP/IP. TCP/IP is not a single networking protocol – it is a suite of protocols named after the two most important protocols or layers within it – TCP and IP. As with any form of communication, two things are needed: a message to transmit and the means to reliably transmit the message. The TCP layer handles the message part. The message is broken down into smaller units, called packets, which are then transmitted over the network. The packets are received by the corresponding TCP layer in the receiver and reassembled into the original message. The IP layer is primarily concerned with the transmission portion. This is done by means of a unique IP address assigned to each and every active recipient on the network. TCP/IP is considered a stateless protocol suite because each client connection is newly made without regard to whether a previous connection had been established.

3.3. Over seven hundred man-years of accumulated experience and technical know-how in the telecommunications environment, Telefocal trains, consults, and assists clients in making sound commercial decisions about technologies, market strategies, business directions, and competitive positions.

4. When asked, Why us?

4.1. We add value by providing up-to-date and practical-oriented telecom trainings to telecom professionals.

4.1.1. World-class training at competitive prices

4.1.2. Trainers are internationally acclaimed specialists with real world network design and deployment expertise

4.1.3. Pre-workshop assessment of participants to bridge knowledge gaps and meet expectations

4.1.4. Problem solving session can be arranged at the end of each training session to draw on the expertise of our experts

4.1.5. Sharing of best practices adopted by other successful service providers

4.1.6. Vendor-neutral training which is vital in managing and integrating multi-vendor networks

4.1.7. Optimal class size to maximize students interaction

4.1.8. Quality student manuals and effective learning aids to enhance learning experience

5. What will YOU be doing for Telefocal?

5.1. Bridging gaps between Telefocal & prospective clients.

5.2. Selling Telefocal's brand & identity with proficient & sufficient knowledge of what we services we provide.

5.3. As a frontline for the company, you must be prepared to answer queries confidently & be in-depth. No half-answers or second guessing.

5.4. Organising tele-marketing campaigns for prospective clientele via MARCOM methods.

5.5. Be proficient in setting up and introducing trainings - Currently held virtually over hangout or zoom. Must be able to handle setting up once in-house conference training is made available again. This is done pre & post training.

5.6. Organise all quotation requests & provide sales co-ordination, course administration & support.

5.7. General Ad-Hoc duties

5.8. Manage content development & copywriting

6. What is 5G?

6.1. 5G is the 5th generation mobile network. It is a new global wireless standard after 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G networks. 5G enables a new kind of network that is designed to connect virtually everyone and everything together including machines, objects, and devices.

6.2. 5G wireless technology is meant to deliver higher multi-Gbps peak data speeds, ultra low latency, more reliability, massive network capacity, increased availability, and a more uniform user experience to more users. Higher performance and improved efficiency empower new user experiences and connects new industries.

6.3. 5G is based on OFDM (Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing), a method of modulating a digital signal across several different channels to reduce interference. 5G uses 5G NR air interface alongside OFDM principles. 5G also uses wider bandwidth technologies such as sub-6 GHz and mmWave. Like 4G LTE, 5G OFDM operates based on the same mobile networking principles. However, the new 5G NR air interface can further enhance OFDM to deliver a much higher degree of flexibility and scalability. This could provide more 5G access to more people and things for a variety of different use cases.

6.3.1. (OFDM) is a type of digital transmission and a method of encoding digital data on multiple carrier frequencies.

6.3.2. Air interface is the radio-frequency portion of the circuit between the cellular phone set or wireless modem (usually portable or mobile) and the active base station. As a subscriber moves from one cell to another in the system, the active base station changes periodically.

6.4. 5G will bring wider bandwidths by expanding the usage of spectrum resources, from sub-3 GHz used in 4G to 100 GHz and beyond. 5G can operate in both lower bands (e.g., sub-6 GHz) as well as mmWave (e.g., 24 GHz and up), which will bring extreme capacity, multi-Gbps throughput, and low latency.

7. How will 5g affect the global economy?

7.1. 5G is driving global growth. • $13.2 Trillion dollars of global economic output • 22.3 Million new jobs created • $2.1 Trillion dollars in GDP growth Through a landmark 5G Economy study, we found that 5G’s full economic effect will likely be realized across the globe by 2035—supporting a wide range of industries and potentially enabling up to $13.2 trillion worth of goods and services.