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Programmable Networks for IP Service Deployment

Programmable Networks for IP Service Deployment by Alex Galis
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Today, programmable networks are being viewed as the solution for the fast, flexible and dynamic deployment of new telecommunications network services. At the vanguard of programmable network research is the Future Active IP Networks (FAIN) project. The authors of this book discuss their research in FAIN so you can get on the inside track to tomorrow’s technology. Moreover, the book provides you with detailed guidelines for designing managed IP programmable networks.

This forward-looking resource explains how end users, operators, and service providers can inject service-specific application code into networks to obtain required network support for new services. It covers programmable network architecture, platforms, deployment, management, and security, as well as dynamic services provisioning so you can prepare now for working with the next generation of telecom technology. The book also includes real-world examples of the deployment of new network services such as DiffServ and Web TV Distribution.

Artech House; April 2004
469 pages; ISBN 9781580537469
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Title: Programmable Networks for IP Service Deployment
Author: Alex Galis; Spyros Denazis; Celestin Brou; Cornel Klein