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|Title: ||Value-Added Services in Next-Generation SONET/SDH Networks|
|Authors: ||GHANI, N|
|Issue Date: ||2008|
|Publisher: ||IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC|
|Citation: ||IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE, 46(11), 64-73|
|Abstract: ||Advances in next-generation SONET/SDH have introduced novel features for generic protocol framing/encapsulation, virtual concatenation, inverse multiplexing, dynamic circuit adjustment, and so on. In turn, these provisions have enabled much improved multi-tiered service provisioning and are viewed very favorably by carriers, particularly incumbents. This article looks at this evolved framework with a particular focus on value-added services creation. Results from a sample performance evaluation study also are presented to quantify some of the achievable gains.|
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