ATM switching has become the preferred technology for speeding the transfer of data over a corporate network. Now two leading ATM experts offer the complete guide to designing, building, and deploying a stable ATM infrastructure that smoothly supports data movement around a LAN, WAN, Intranet, and the Internet. Includes key coverage of integration with optical networks, fault tolerance, performance considerations, and more.
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A comprehensive, professional guide to designing ATM networks.
No technology is more critical to modern communications than Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM). This fast packet switching method maximizes bandwidth capacity, reduces technical and performance problems in networks, and functions across any line-twisted pair, coaxial cable, or fiber optic. In this superb guide from two leading experts, you'll find complete, topnotch help with every step in the design, selection, and application of ATM switching in broadband networks. Clearly written and fully illustrated, this book clarifies every aspect of this complex and important field. You get step-by-step guidance on:
No matter what your ATM question, Designing ATM Switching Networks has the answer.About the Author:
Mohsen Guizani is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Missouri-Columbia/Kansas City. Ammar Rayes is a Director - Planning and Capacity Management Solution Architecture at Bellcore in Piscataway, New Jersey.
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