Implementing IP services at the network edge

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Marie Hattar et David Ginsburg - .
A new type of internetworking device is changing the way Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and carriers deploy services. The Internet Protocol Services... Lire la suite
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Résumé

A new type of internetworking device is changing the way Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and carriers deploy services. The Internet Protocol Services Switch (IPSS) platform offers improved service over traditional routers, and Implementing IP Services al the Network Edge is the timely, implementationfocused guide to helping ISPs and carriers get to this "edge" of networking capability and up to the forefront of today's competitive market. The edge is the point where the network joins various access technologies such as DSL, cable, and wireless connections with the high-speed routed and optical core. It is at that strategic network position where a provider has subscriber identity and cari apply value-added services before passing off all traffic to the core. The IPSS platform builds on the basic capabilities of the traditional router, but also offers, among many others, the following advantages: * Residential broadband subscriber aggregation and management * Adaptation of Frame Relay-based business into an IP backbone * Sophisticated firewalling * IPSec-based and MPLS-based VPNs * Content management Through implementation examples from actual provider networks, Implementing IP Services at the Network Edge shows readers how this technology can maximize new mass-market broadband deployments. The authors provide insight into provisioning capabilities, types of services, and various access technologies; and they also explain Internet architecture, regulations, types of ISPs and carriers and how they fit into the network, and market projections for subscriber services. Offering expanded services to customers garners increased revenue and lower subscriber turnover, and gives subscribers more affordable and sophisticated services. Today's ISPs and carriers are faced with an increasingly competitive and commodity-driven market for which they must provide high-value IP services. This book is the practical and definitive tool for maintaining the "edge" in today's demanding internetworking environment.

Sommaire

    • The new IP services network : the importance of the network edge
    • Broadband access technologies : physical connectivity
    • Security and tunneling technologies : the services enablers
    • Higher-layer technologies
    • The IPSS and its role in service provisioning
    • Deploying basic services
    • Deploying higher-layer services
    • Deployment examples

Caractéristiques

  • Date de parution
    20/02/2002
  • Editeur
  • ISBN
    0-201-71079-X
  • EAN
    9780201710793
  • Présentation
    Broché
  • Nb. de pages
    369 pages
  • Poids
    0.77 Kg
  • Dimensions
    18,8 cm × 23,3 cm × 2,3 cm

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À propos des auteurs

David Ginsburg is currently vice president of Marketing and Product Management for Allegro Networks, a Silicon Valley startup that is building the first multi-router system. Prior to joining Allegro, he was a vice president of Marketing at Nortel Networks. He went to Nortel via its acquisition of Shasta Networks, where he was a founding member of Shasta's marketing team that defined the industry's first broadband-services strategy. Before joining Shasta, Dave was with Cisco Systems as product manager for their DSL aggregator platform. Earlier roles at Cisco included WAN and LAN consulting engineering for key cusomers, at which time he was responsible for LAN switching, as well as ATM standardization and deployment. He is also a partner in Thira Systems (www.thirasystems.com), an internetworking-focused strategic marketing consultancy. Dave is the author of two other books in the field of networkingATM: Solutions for Enterprise Internetworking (1999) and mplementing ADSL (1999), both of which are available from Addison-Wesley. Marie Hattar is currently director of Product Marketing with the Nortel Networks Intelligent Internet business unit. She manages end-to-end product solutions, product definition, strategy, and market messaging for Nortel security solutions. Prior to this position, she was chief architect in the CTO office. Earlier roles included product management at Shasta, developing an IP Services Switch, and at Aptis Communications (acquired by Nortel Networks). She works extensively with ILECs, CLECs, SPs, and data centers to understand and solve their unique technical, business, and regulatory requirements for delivering profitable solutions in broadband IP services both now and for the future. In addition, Marie is a partner in Thira Systems (www.thirasystems.com), an internetworking-focused strategic marketing consultancy. She is also the treasurer of the Broadband Content Delivery Forum.

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