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ATM Basics: High-Speed Packet Network Operation and Services

Wasniowski, Miroslaw

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ISBN 10: 1932813136 / ISBN 13: 9781932813135
Published by Althos, 2004
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Title: ATM Basics: High-Speed Packet Network ...

Publisher: Althos

Publication Date: 2004

Book Condition:Good

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Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a high-speed packet switching network technology industry standard. ATM networks have been deployed because they offer the ability to transport voice, data, and video signals over a single system. The flexibility that ATM offers incorporates both circuit and packet switching techniques into one technology, creating a variable transport network solution with simple network processing functions. ATM Basics provides an understanding of how the systems operate and the applications that use ATM systems. ATM has become the world standard that is used to interconnect telephone and data networks. This book covers the operation of ATM systems and it explains why ATM switching is much faster than other types of packet data networks such as TCP/IP. You will learn that ATM standards include ATM adaptation layers (AAL) that define how to connect ATM systems to other types of communications networks such as voice and IP networks. Explained are the processes that are used to monitor and control different levels of quality of service (QoS). You will discover that ATM packets can be sent over a many types of physical links including wireless, optical, coax, and copper lines. ATM provides for different services including CBR, VBR, and ABR. ATM services provide key applications including PVCs, SVCs, VDT, LANE, and IP. If you are involved in telephone networks, computer networks, cable television networks, wireless networks or other telecommunications systems and equipment, ATM is almost certainly part of your system and you need to understand how it works and what it can do.

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Miroslaw Wasniowski is a communications systems expert who has worked with many leading communications companies including Ericsson and Motorola. During his studies at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow, Poland, he was involved in the research in the area of ATM LAN installations where the results of the research program were presented at the "CIS Solutions for an Enlarged NATO" conference, which took place in 1999 in Zegrze, Poland. Mr. Wasniowski worked as an Ericsson Consultant developing and presenting advanced training programmes across Europe and other continents. Mr. Wasniowski is the Vice President and key developers of nGT-wise, a consulting firm that focuses on the next generation technologies in the domain of IT and telecommunication. He is a member of the KnowledgeBoard under European Knowledge Management Forum. He has received his M.Sc. Diplomas in Electronics and Telecommunication as well as in Management and Marketing from the AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow, Poland.

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