on Korean Network Operations and Management (KNOM) was founded in
January 1996 within the Korean Information and Communications Society
(KICS) and focuses various
aspects on network operations and management. KNOM actively
encourages the exchange of information on the operational
and technical management aspects of public and private networks
for voice, data, image, and video, and organizes and sponsors
publications and discussions of these topics. Specific
technical interests include automation of network operations,
customer network management and control, knowledge-based
technologies, real-time management of networks, and network-operations
Since its formation,
KNOM has provided a focus within KICS for the exchange of ideas
among those who plan and use operations, networks, new services,
and new communications equipment and network management systems.
In addition, a major goal of KNOM is to offer opportunities
for dialog between end-users, providers, and manufacturers
in the network operations and management discipline.
KNOM sponsors an annual international symposium, Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management (APNOMS) and domestic
and Tutorials. KNOM publishes
KNOM Review bi-annually. KNOM interacts closely with the IEEE
Communications Society (ComSoc) Committee on Network Operations
and Management (CNOM).