A guide to the technical and financial management of ATM networks. Also included in the text is guidance on managing non-ATM high-performance broadband networks. In the MCGRAW-HILL COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS series.
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Learn how to optimize your resources when deploying ATM! Most Fortune 500 companies today are considering or have already implemented an ATM to speed data transfer over their network. Nevertheless, the management of resources in ATM and other multiservice networksies extremely complex, due to the wide range of services, time scales, and performance constraints that need to be integrated and addressed. This unique reference provides invaluable guidance that will help network managers more effectively implement and maintain ATM networks within the parameters of their available resources. The author presents a systematic framework for more intelligent decision making. No other reference so seamlessly or sensibly merges state-of-the-art network theory with real-world dollars-and-cents issues. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Zbigniew Dziong (Quebec, Canada) is a professor at INRS Telecommunicatiodns, a research institute at the University of Quebec. He has carried out contract research in advanced and broadband networks for Ericsson Telecom and Bell Northern Research (Nortel) and has over 44 articles published in his field.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110070185468