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Database, elements of network switching subsystem icons: database, visitor location register (VLR)
from deck IT Icons: Mobile & Smart Devices, Computer & Telecom Networks (PPT Template)

Database & Elements of Network Switching Subsystem (GSM core network) Icons

Slide Content

The slide presents icons representing various components of the GSM core network switching subsystem: Database, Visitor Location Register (VLR), Home Location Registering (HLR), Authentication Center (AuC), and Equipment Identity Register (EIR). Each icon visually depicts its respective concept—a stack of discs for Database signifies data storage, a map pin for VLR implies location tracking, a user silhouette for HLR suggests user data management, a key for AuC indicates security/authentication, and a barred circle for EIR represents equipment validation or exclusion.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean and modern design with a light background and clear, flat-style icons in blue and orange.
  • There are five central icons arranged horizontally, each representing a different network element, with accompanying text labels below.
  • The icons are stylized with a unified blue and white color theme, ensuring visual coherence.
  • To the right, there is a vertical panel showcasing different styles and color variations of the same icons for versatility.
  • At the top right corner, there is a text box with the phrase "Available in other convenient versions" veering into a chevron shape that points towards the color variations panel.
  • Visually, the slide components are arranged to guide the viewer's eye from left to right, from the individual icons to their variants.

The overall look of the slide is professional and polished, with an emphasis on visual hierarchy and ease of understanding through iconography. The use of color and layout aids in distinguishing between elements and providing a quick overview of the services.

Use Cases

  • To introduce the key elements of a GSM network during a telecommunications-related presentation.
  • For training materials to educate employees about the structure and components of cellular networks.
  • In sales or marketing presentations to highlight the technical capabilities of GSM-related products or services.
  • As part of a proposal or report to stakeholders to discuss infrastructure upgrades or implementations in the telecom sector.

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