Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128053195, 9780128092491

Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks

1st Edition

Authors: Sachidananda Kangovi
eBook ISBN: 9780128092491
Paperback ISBN: 9780128053195
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
Published Date: 21st October 2016
Page Count: 318
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Description

Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks begins by providing background information on the evolution of important concepts and building blocks that have led to the current state of high bandwidth and high performance Ethernet technology in order to support current and emerging customer applications. The background information covered includes an overview of Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTN) to describe circuit switching, multiplexing, and voice digitization that lead to the development of T1/T3 and SONET/SDH for transport. It interweaves these developments with changes in the regulatory regime.

Additional coverage includes Carrier Ethernet networks' technical standards, which describe how service providers can offer services to off-net customers using peered Carrier Ethernet networks and a description of the taxonomy of customers and their current and emerging applications at Layer 2 and Layer 3 on peered Carrier Ethernet networks.

The book concludes by describing next steps in Ethernet technology to meet growing demands and emerging trends.

Key Features

  • Presents detailed coverage of end-to-end services across wide area data networks
  • Consolidates, in one ready reference, the latest applied research in this rapidly evolving field
  • Provides the context, advantages, and industry standards for peering Carrier Ethernet networks

Readership

Network engineers, designers, architects, manufacturers, salespeople, graduate students, and researchers

Table of Contents

  • Dedication
  • List of Figures
  • List of Tables
  • About the Author
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Glossary
  • 1. Introduction
    • 1.1. Telephone Networks
    • 1.2. Data Networks
    • 1.3. Hybrid Fiber-Coaxial Networks
    • 1.4. Wireless Networks
    • 1.5. Chapter Summary
  • 2. Shaping of Data Networks
    • 2.1. Protocols, Models, and Architecture of Data Networks
    • 2.2. Convergence in Backhaul
    • 2.3. Diversity in Access
    • 2.4. Voice as Another Data Application
    • 2.5. Chapter Summary
  • 3. The Ethernet Landscape
    • 3.1. Ethernet Protocol for Data Link Layer
    • 3.2. Evolution of Ethernet
    • 3.3. Components of an Ethernet Switch
    • 3.4. Emergence of Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 3.5. Chapter Summary
  • 4. Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 4.1. Carrier Ethernet–Related Terminology and Architecture
    • 4.2. Ethernet Services Framework
    • 4.3. Services Defined by Carrier Ethernet
    • 4.4. Quality of Service by Traffic Engineering of Carrier Ethernet Services
    • 4.5. Carrier Ethernet Network Operation, Administration, and Maintenance
    • 4.6. Need for Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 4.7. Chapter Summary
  • 5. Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 5.1. Revisiting Bridging Techniques and Tags
    • 5.2. Ethernet Access–Related Terminology and Architecture
    • 5.3. Attributes and Parameters Related to Ethernet Access Services
    • 5.4. Ethernet Access Services on Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 5.5. Examples of Subscriber Services Delivered on Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 5.6. Delivering QoS on Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 5.7. Service Management in Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 5.8. Need for Business-to-Business Access Service Request in Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 5.9. Chapter Summary
  • 6. Standards for Access Service Request
    • 6.1. Access Service Request and its Modules
    • 6.2. ASR Forms for E-Access Service for Peering CENs
    • 6.3. Linkage Between ASR Forms and IT Systems Related to OSS/BSS
    • 6.4. Chapter Summary
  • 7. Operations and Business Support Systems
    • 7.1. Evolution of OSS/BSS Framework
    • 7.2. State Machine, Transactional Integrity, Security and High Availability of OSS/BSS
    • 7.3. Efforts to Reduce Operational Costs
    • 7.4. Impact of NFV and SDN on OSS/BSS
    • 7.5. Customer Applications Are the Business of Operations/Business Support Systems
    • 7.6. Chapter Summary
  • 8. Applications of Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 8.1. Taxonomy of Customers and Applications
    • 8.2. Mapping of Application Performance Objectives to Standard MEF CoS Performance Objectives
    • 8.3. Mapping Application-Specific Network Functionality to Carrier Ethernet Services
    • 8.4. Cyber-Physical Systems and Other Emerging Applications
    • 8.5. Process for Converting Application and Topology Information into a Design
    • 8.6. Next Steps
    • 8.7. Chapter Summary
  • 9. Next Steps in Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 9.1. Emerging Trends
    • 9.2. Next Steps in Ethernet Technology and Peering Carrier Ethernet Networks
    • 9.3. Next Steps in Operations and Business Support Systems
    • 9.4. Chapter Summary
  • References
  • Index

Details

No. of pages:
318
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Morgan Kaufmann 2017
Published:
Imprint:
Morgan Kaufmann
eBook ISBN:
9780128092491
Paperback ISBN:
9780128053195

About the Author

Sachidananda  Kangovi

Sachidananda Kangovi

Sachidananda Kangovi is an Enterprise Architect, currently consulting at AT&T. He has over 20 years of experience in IT systems related to operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS) in Telecom. While working as a Distinguished Engineer at Comcast he developed a state machine called Service Linked Multistate System for which he was awarded many US and international patents. He was also VP for Telecom Systems at SCSL, which was a global IT company and Director of Systems Engineering at ADC/Commtech. Kangovi is also a former Adjunct Professor in Keller School of Management at DeVry University where he taught courses on Business Intelligence and Data Analysis, Advanced Program Management, and Managing Software Development Projects. He has a Ph.D. in engineering from Rutgers University and an Executive MBA from Universitas 21 - a consortium of 21 leading global universities. He did his MS from Indian Institute of Science and his BS from Jabalpur University.

Affiliations and Expertise

Enterprise Architect and AT&T Consultant