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About IEEE COMSOC
The IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) is a leading global community comprised of a diverse set of professionals with a common interest in advancing all communications and networking technologies. The Society has over 27,000 members in more than 142 countries.
IEEE ComSoc is paving the way for strategic and technical advancements in the emerging areas of 5G, SDN, IoT, Fog Computing, Big Data, Green ICT, fiber optics and more. In addition to impactful one-day events and workshops, the Society holds numerous conferences and offers educational opportunities including the IEEE WCET certification program and IEEE ComSoc Training
About the Communications Switching and Routing Technical Committee of IEEE COMSOC
The objective of the Technical Committee on Communications Switching and Routing (TC CSR) is to advance the state of the art in theory and applications of information switching and networking. It brings together professionals with interests in various aspects of Communications Switching and Routing such as theory and architecture (B-ISDN/ATM, optical switching), teletraffic theory, mobility and call control, signaling protocol, Intelligent Networks, and service features, switching software architecture, management, economics, and applications of switching and routing systems.
HPSR is the flagship conference of the Communications Switching and Routing Technical Committee of IEEE COMSOC