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Concepts and Protocols delivers a step-by-step introduction to the basic engineering concepts and latest networkz of ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode networks. This complete ATM guide explains every aspect of this popular networking technology, including its ability to deliver voice, data, and video on a single platform. Readers will find comprehensive coverage of the ATM layer ATM traffic and service parameterization ATM switching, addressing, signaling, routing, and security ATM network interfaces and architecture Filled with over helpful illustrations, ATM Networks: Concepts and Protocols features: Background and Introduction Chapter 1: Drivers of the Communication World Chapter 2: Transfer Modes Chapter 3: Overview of ATM Part 2: ATM Layer Chapter 6: ATM Switching Chapter ATM Addressing Chapter ATM Signaling Chapter ATM Routing Chapter AAL2 Signaling Chapter ATM Security Part 4: Interworking with ATM Chapter He has a B.
Sumit is the author of ATM Networks: Concepts and Protocols; Communication Networks: Principles and Practice; and 3G Networks: Architecture, Protocols and Procedures.