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8 February 2005 Service-aware transport network: opportunities and challenges
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In this paper we propose a new concept of future service-aware transport networks that are built on converged wireless-wired transport networks, enable service layer convergence, and also support application layer convergence. This concept is derived from the emerging trend of business convergence among the telecommunication, cable, and entertainment segments, and technology convergence among the telecommunications, computer, and software industries. We also identify QoS as a technical backbone to future service-aware transport networks, and from the perspective of an integrated carrier having both wireless and wired assets, discuss related research opportunities and challenges, especially those involved in optical networks. We finally present an adaptive apparatus for high availability, capacity efficiency, and QoS-guaranteed protection and restoration for optical networks. This paper is intended to promote academic and industrial attention to some core technical challenges that lie ahead for the telecommunication industry and to spur strategically important research and perhaps also some standards activities.
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James Pan, Ian M. White, Jim Black, Claudio Lima, Boris Rabinovich, and Ray Huang "Service-aware transport network: opportunities and challenges", Proc. SPIE 5626, Network Architectures, Management, and Applications II, (8 February 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.581142
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