Ramakrishnan joined Award Solutions in 2009 as a Senior Consultant and has over 21 years of global industry experience. As a principal expert on the cellular core networks and services technology, Ramakrishnan leads and supports Award’s new courseware development and delivery effort in the domain of soft switching, IMS, SIP, IP, packet data networks and NGN. He is adept on various technologies such as JSLEE, JAIN, OSA/Parlay, OSS/BSS, service delivery platforms, personalization, and identity management.
Ramakrishnan has assumed varied roles on the projects he was involved with such as with a software development team in various roles including Initial requirement specification, system engineering, system architecture, design, development, testing and delivery. The areas covered have been primarily on the core network and includes topics such as IMS, UMTS core networks R99 through R7, and LTE-EPC networks.
Before joining Award, Ramakrishnan was a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at Motorola Research Lab where he was leading a research team exploring into to the Next Generation Networks and Application. At Motorola, Ramakrishnan also worked with various technologies including Paging, CDMA-IS-95, UMTS, WLAN, Cablecom, IRIDIUM, and network management.
Ramakrishnan holds a Masters Degree in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras, India.
NAPTR query is defined (As one of the DNS procedures) to support multiple services in a typical IP network. This is a very elaborate procedure. However, 3GPP has defined a simplified version of the same procedure which is known as S-NAPTR procedure.
Following are the steps in a typical S-NAPTR query process:
The DNS client (Application) decides on