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Global Information Infrastructure (GII) Evolution

Interworking Issues

S. Rao (TELSCOM AG, Bern, Switerland), H. Uose (NTT, Tokyo, Japan), and J. C. Luetchford (Nortel, Ottawa, Canada)
S. Rao (TELSCOM AG, Bern, Switerland), H. Uose (NTT, Tokyo, Japan) and J.C. Luetchford (Nortel, Ottawa, Canada)
160x240mm pp.700 Yen14200 1996

This book provides the reader with a state-of-the-art knowledge on the evolution of communication networks towards global information infrastructure. The symposium specially addressed the issues in the heterogeneous networks environment. The articles cover the strategical issues concerning the evolution towards the broadband communication infrastructure with ATM based technologies and related challenge with control and management functionality to be implemented to provide secure, cost-effective and interoperable high performance networks of the future. This book is planned to provide the reader with an overview of the current status of infrastructure evolution direction so that they can plan the appropriate networks taking the futuristic scenarios into consideration.

Contents

Session 1. Interworking Challenge of 21st Century
Session 2A. Evolution towards ATM Networks
Session 2B.. Network Issues; Signalling and Management
Session 3A: Multimedia Service Handling I (QoS Assurance and Multicasting)
Session 3B: Multimedia Service Handling II (Protocols and Signalling)
Session 4A. Traffic Control and Management I
Session 4B. Interworking between Existing and Broadband Networks/Access Networks
Session 5A. Traffic Control and Management II
Session 5B. Network Management for Interworking
Session 6A. Interworking with the Internet
Session 6B. Mobile/Satellite Communications
Session 7. Testbeds and Field Trial Experiences

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