Next Generation Optical Networks

Next Generation Optical Networks : The Convergence of IP Intelligence and Optical Technologies

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Tomorrow's "best-of-breed" networks will combine fiber optics with Internet protocols to deliver unprecedented performance and manageability. Next Generation Optical Networks is the first comprehensive guide to optical IP networks for both the electrical and data networking engineers who must work together to build them. In this book, two Cisco engineers who are pioneering optical IP networking review the field from each key perspective: today's emerging standards, the state of the technology, and new enterprise and service provider applications. The authors show how Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) will enable powerful traffic engineering on optical IP networks. In particular, Next Generation Optical Networking presents an in-depth examination of the emerging Multiprotocol Lambda Switching Model (MPLms): its architecture, elements, and its role in real-time lightpath provisioning. The book also includes several detailed application case studies. For data networking engineers who understand IP and need to learn optical networking; and for electrical engineers who need to learn how to build IP intelligence into fiber optic networks.show more

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  • Hardback | 352 pages
  • 177.8 x 238.76 x 22.86mm | 566.99g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • w. figs.
  • 013028226X
  • 9780130282262

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TomorrowOs networks will integrate optical transmission and IP to deliver unprecedented performance and manageability. "Next Generation Optical Networks" gives both electrical and data networking engineers essential information for building these networks. It reviews emerging standards such as MPLS and MPLmS, key optical technologies, and critical applications for enterprise, ISP, and carrier environments. "show more

About Peter Tomsu

PETER TOMSU, Ph.D., Senior Consulting Engineer at Cisco Systems, has worked with Cisco since 1996. He is involved in numerous network designs for service provider backbones to large enterprise backbones, and is significantly driving new technologies during their definition, development, introduction, and final deployment phases. For many years, Tomsu has been a requested speaker at international conferences in the United States and worldwide. He received his Ph.D. from the Technical University of Vienna. CHRISTIAN SCHMUTZER, M.S., Systems Engineer at Cisco Systems, has been with the company since 1998. He works primarily on the design and deployment of large service provider backbones and concentrates on optical networking as well as routing technologies. As a speaker for technical tutorials throughout Europe, he frequently shares his practical experience. He received his Masters from the Fachhochschule Technikum-Wien, Austria.show more

Table of contents

Acknowledgments. Preface. 1. Introduction to Carrier Network Architectures. IP as Unifying Protocol Infrastructure. The Traditional Carrier Network Architecture. Next-Generation Carrier Networks. Summary. Recommended Reading.2. Optical Networking Standardization. Standardization Activities and Targets. Activities of the T1 Committee and Its T1X1 Subcommittee. Activities of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE). Activities of the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF). Activities of the IETF. Summary. Recommended Reading.3. Optical Networking Technology Fundamentals. Optical Transmission Technologies. Optical Transmission Systems. Data Transmission Technologies. Network Survivability Principles. Summary. Recommended Reading.4. Existing and Future Optical Control Planes. Static IP Optical Overlay Model. Static Optical Control Plane. Restoration. Dynamic IP Optical Overlay Control Plane. Wavelength Routing Overlay Model. Architecture and Elements. Wavelength Routing Control Plane. Lightpath Provisioning. Wavelength Conversion. Restoration. Integrated IP Optical Peer Control Plane. Applicability Considerations. MPLmS Model. Architecture and Elements. MPLmS Control Plane. Lightpath Provisioning. Restoration. Summary. Recommended Reading.5. Optical Networking Applications and Case Examples. Optical End-to-End Networking Design Trends. Metro Solutions. Core Solutions. Conclusions. Case Example A: Next-Generation Storage Networks. Case Example B: Next-Generation Internet Service Provider. Case Example C: Next-Generation Carrier. Summary. Recommended Reading.Glossary. Notes. Index.show more