IP over WDMBuilding the Next-Generation Optical Internet
The key technology to delivering maximum bandwidth over networks is Dense Wave-length Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Describes in detail how DWDM works and how to implement a range of transmission protocols Covers device considerations, the pros and cons of various network layer protocols, and quality of service (QoS) issues The authors are leading experts in this field and provide real-world implementation examples First book to describe the interplay between the physical and IP (Internet Protocol) layers in optical networks
Contributors. Preface. Chapter 1. IP-over-WDM Convergence (S. Dixit). Chapter 2. Protocol Design Concepts, TCP/IP, and the Network Layer (S. Kalyanaraman & B. Sikdar). Chapter 3. Optical Enabling Technologies for WDM Systems (A. Tervonen). Chapter 4. Electro-optic and Wavelength Conversion (B. Ramamurthy). Chapter 5. Contention Resolution in Optical Packet Switching (S. Yao, et al.). Chapter 6. Advances toward Optical Subwavelength Switching (S. Yao, et al.). Chapter 7. Multiprotocol over WDM in the Access and Metropolitan Networks (M. Gagnaire). Chapter 8. Ethernet Passive Optical Networks (G. Kramer, et al.). Chapter 9. Terabit Switching and Routing Network Elements (T. Wang & S. Dixit). Chapter 10. Optical Network Engineering (G. Rouskas). Chapter 11. Traffic Management for IP-over-WDM Networks (J. Aracil, et al.). Chapter 12. IP- and Wavelength-Routing Networks (R. Gangopadhyay & S. Dixit). Chapter 13. Internetworking Optical Internet and Optical Burst Switching (M. Yoo & Y. Kim). Chapter 14. IP-over-WDM Control and Signaling (C. Xin, et al.). Chapter 15. Survivability in IP-over-WDM Networks (Y. Ye & S. Dixit). Chapter 16. Optical Internetworking Models and Standards Directions (Y. Cao & R. Barry). Index.
"…an excellent reference for engineers and architects engaged in building tomorrow's networks. As a textbook for a challenging graduate level class, it could well lead the students in a number of exciting research directions." (Optics & Photonics News, April 2004)
SUDHIR S. DIXIT, PhD, is a Senior Research Manager at the Nokia Research Center in Burlington, Massachussetts.
The next generation of optical networking To keep up with the demand for internet bandwidth, network providers are increasingly deploying fiber-optic systems that can carry hundreds of wavelengths in a single fiber. With high-data-rate wireless networks on the verge of being interfaced with the fiber backbone, the implementation of dense wavelength division multiplexing, or WDM, is poised to revolutionize communications technology. It is already opening the way to new business opportunities and can be expected to determine the future of SONET/SDH, ATM, and other key technologies. Though its potential is obvious, Internet Protocol(IP) over WDM has not received the comprehensive technical treatment it warrants. This book, edited by a leader in the field and contributed to by a stellar collection of experts from around the world, offers comprehensive and practical information on the transport of the IP over the optical/WDM layer. Balancing theory and application, the reference explains how the physical WDM layer works and how to implement a range of transmission protocols, along with: Switching and routing techniques (IP, MPLS, MP_S, GMPLS) Quality of service (QoS) issues Standards considerations The pros and cons of various network layer protocols Practical implementation examples Network engineering and planning Featuring an in-depth discussion of the evolution toward all-optical IP packet switching networks and other emerging technologies, IP over WDM: Building the Next Generation Optical Internet is a highly useful, one-volume resource for anyone interested in the interplay between the optical layer and the Internet Protocol layer of any network.
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