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The Internet Interconnection Conundrum A Technology Policy Analysis of Service Provider Interconnection Issues

Cameron Cooper

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ISBN 10: 0595413072 / ISBN 13: 9780595413072
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116 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.8in. x 0.5in.Interconnection issues associated with Internet Protocol (IP) networks and applications are fundamentally different and more complex than those applications that telecommunications legislation, regulation, and policy makers have previously grappled with. The Internet Interconnection Conundrum presents a layered policy framework to interconnection. This incomparable guide will help broaden exposure to interconnection analysis issues. Drawing on their extensive knowledge in information systems, research analysis, and computer science, authors Cameron I. Cooper, Joshua L Mindel, and Douglas C. Sicker discuss the following topics: Telecommunications policyUniqueness of interconnectionFramework for interconnectionApplication of frameworkPolicy implicationsComplete with a comprehensive appendix and helpful tables, The Internet Interconnection Conundrum is an invaluable tool for telecommunications policy makers, Internet service providers, analysts, business professionals, academics, and students who wish to better understand and evaluate internet interconnection problems amongst networks. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9780595413072

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Interconnection issues associated with Internet Protocol (IP) networks and applications are fundamentally different and more complex than those applications that telecommunications legislation, regulation, and policy makers have previously grappled with. The Internet Interconnection Conundrum presents a layered policy framework to interconnection.This incomparable guide will help broaden exposure to interconnection analysis issues. Drawing on their extensive knowledge in information systems, research analysis, and computer science, authors Cameron I. Cooper, Joshua L Mindel, and Douglas C. Sicker discuss the following topics:·Telecommunications policy·Uniqueness of interconnection·Framework for interconnection·Application of framework·Policy implicationsComplete with a comprehensive appendix and helpful tables, The Internet Interconnection Conundrum is an invaluable tool for telecommunications policy makers, Internet service providers, analysts, business professionals, academics, and students who wish to better understand and evaluate internet interconnection problems amongst networks.

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Cameron I. Cooper is a research analyst and instructor at Fort Lewis College. Joshua L. Mindel is an assistant professor of information systems at San Francisco State University?s business school. Douglas C. Sicker is an assistant professor in computer science at the University of Colorado.

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