By Ken-Ichi Kitayama, Francesco Masetti-Placci, Giancarlo Prati
This booklet is of curiosity to either educational researchers operating within the box of optical fiber verbal exchange. the focal point is on engineering networks exploiting complicated optical applied sciences. initially offered at OpNeTec 2004, the chapters conceal optical community structures, transmission, and amplification; theoretical facets; method implementation; and experimental test-beds.
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Extra resources for Optical Networks and Technologies: IFIP TC6 WG6.10 First Optical Networks & Technologies Conference (OpNeTec), October 18-20, 2004, Pisa, Italy (IFIP ... Federation for Information Processing)
A NETWORK VISION Future communication networks will provide a significantly broader range of services. As profit margins will continue to be low, these networks will need to be realized by a minimum number of technologies3. IP will be the near-universal technology of the service layer. MPLS will eventually form a common virtual-circuit switching backbone layer, running over an SDH/OTN transport core (with integrated DWDM). g. SAN) will be mapped with minimum overhead onto core transport. For high capacity business services, the access and metro networks will have a traffic aggregation and transport role, connecting customer IP routers to IP service switches at the “edge of the core”.
1 Operational Support Systems (OSS) consequences In mature organizations there are opportunities to rationalize operational support systems (which are often based on individual service needs rather than common business processes). The rationalizations may be linked with network evolution but can also take place independently. For example, a flexible billing system operating across many services and several networks can be introduced independently of the evolution of the networks. A common fault management process can be introduced in a similar way.
1 Customer premises Equipment As the network simplifies, most of the required network terminals will become standardized consumer products. Currently we already have standardized ADSL and cable modems, and integration with “Internet gateway” switches and firewalls. We believe that this is likely to extend into the business market. Of particular significance is the Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) initiative, which may well create a market for both copper and fibre termination of fractional Ethernet (and possibly also E1 & Ethernet together over fibre).
Optical Networks and Technologies: IFIP TC6 WG6.10 First Optical Networks & Technologies Conference (OpNeTec), October 18-20, 2004, Pisa, Italy (IFIP ... Federation for Information Processing) by Ken-Ichi Kitayama, Francesco Masetti-Placci, Giancarlo Prati