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Networking technologies are playing a pivotal role in ‘networking’ our world. Among the networking technologies that are relevant today, ATM is one of the most. ATM Networks: Concepts and Protocols is a single-stop reference on this technology. The revised edition of this book covers the relevant. Because of its high quality of service and ability to deliver voice, data, and video on a single platform, ATM is a hugely popular networking technology. This book.

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AAL2 Signaling Chapter Principles and Practice; and 3G Networks: Filled gy over helpful illustrations, ATM Networks: The revised edition of this book covers the relevant concepts, the three layers of ATM protocol reference model, core concepts of ATM networks including signaling, routing and traffic managementinterworking aspects and the application of ATM networks.

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Because of its high quality of service and ability to deliver voice, data, and video on a single platform, ATM is a hugely popular networking technology. It presents topics in a logical format that is very comprehensible. Read more Read less. Concepts and Protocols Sumit Kasera Snippet view – To access your account information you need to be authenticated, which means that you need to enter your password to confirm that you are indeed the person that the cookie claims you to be.

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ATM traffic and service parameterization ATM Routing Chapter Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Cookies come in two flavours – persistent and transient. Architecture, Protocols and Procedures. Write a product review. Enter your mobile sjmit or email address kasrra and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. It provides a single platform for voice, video and data, driving network convergence, all with very high quality of service.

ATM Addressing Chapter Interworking with ATM Chapter Other notable changes in the second edition include: ATM Signaling Chapter