Telecommunication Network optimization


Telecommunication network optimization refers to the process of improving the performance, efficiency, and overall quality of telecommunication networks. Telecommunication networks are essential for the transmission of voice, data, and multimedia content, and optimizing them is crucial to ensure they operate effectively and meet the demands of users.
Some key aspects and objectives of telecommunication network optimization are performance improvement, resource utilization efficiency, Quality of Service (QoS), traffic management and load balancing, capacity planning, fault tolerance, energy efficiency and security.
Telecommunication network optimization is an ongoing process, as network conditions and user demands continually change. It requires a combination of modelling and simulation, hardware upgrades, software enhancements, data analytics, and strategic planning to ensure that telecommunication networks deliver the best possible performance and user experience while minimizing costs and resource consumption.

ERC sectors 

  • PE7_6 Communication systems, wireless technology, high-frequency technology
  • PE6_5 Security, privacy, cryptology, quantum cryptography
  • PE6_2 Distributed systems, parallel computing, sensor networks, cyber-physical systems
  • PE6_6 Algorithms and complexity, distributed, parallel and network algorithms, algorithmic game theory
  • PE7_8 Networks, e.g. communication networks and nodes, Internet of Things, sensor networks, networks of robots


  • Telecommunication network modelling
  • Network performance optimization
  • Quality of Service (QoS)