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By Daniel Abensour, Jean Calvignac, Len Felton (auth.), Yannis Viniotis, Raif O. Onvural (eds.)

Broadband built-in companies electronic community (B-ISDN) is conceived as an all-purpose electronic community assisting interactive and distributive prone, bursty and non-stop site visitors, connection-oriented and connectionless prone, all within the related community. The recommendations of ISDN generally and B-ISDN particularly were evolving due to the fact CCIIT followed the rrrst set ofISDN strategies in 1984. 13 options outlining the basic ideas and preliminary standards for B-ISDN have been authorized in 1990, with Asynchronous move Mode (ATM) being the move mode of selection for B-ISDN. it kind of feels reasonable to assert that B-ISDN suggestions have replaced the face of networking. The services now we have built for a century on cell structures and over a few a long time on packet networks is proving to be inadequate to set up and function the predicted B-ISDNs. even more should be understood and satisfactorily addressed earlier than ATM networks can develop into a truth. Tricomm'93 is devoted to A TM networks. The technical application includes invited papers addressing a wide subset of problems with sensible significance within the deployment of ATM networks. this is often the 6th in a chain of analysis Triangle meetings on laptop Communications, which emerged throughout the efforts of the neighborhood bankruptcy of IEEE Communications Society.

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This paper will address some of the issues involved in supporting these services on an ATM platform and will provide solutions that have been used in an existing ATM switch. WHY ATM? The design of the public communications network has been based on the requirement to carry voice traffic between analog telephones. With the arrival of digital T-carrier transmission systems, the public network began to evolve into a digital network. The digital network was intended to carry channelized voice data using 64 Kbps data channels.

This was achieved in 1992 by the SMDS interest group and the standard is known as the DX! for Data eXchange Interface. This interface has the particularity to be "Frame based" and to rely on the SMDS L3_PDU. A further advantage of Frame Relay is a better use of bandwidth. ~, - FRAME........ · ..................... 1~,-~==~"""" 15II.. - r~• • •- •• 80 ................................ •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• IE: ~ ~ ~ '< -r::...... ~ ................. ~':. . C II. o "I- o~-------------I 0128256 512 768 1,024 1,280 1,536 1,792 (OCTETS) LENGTH OF LAN PDUs TRANSFERED Figure 4.

A frrst answer to this question can be found in the activities of the SMDS Interest Group which is quickly fIlling the gaps left open by Bellcore. Two examples are the DXI interface which allows to standardize the interface router-DSU and the introduction of SMDS service at sub-T1 speed. The strength of Frame Relay is its simplicity and its adaptation to the existing networks and equipment. Its weakness lies in the area of public networks where nothing actually is simple, particularly when it comes to manage the network.

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