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From the Back Cover The most current, most complete, and most 'real world' guide ever on ATM. This landmark reference is the ultimate 'in print' database of ATM technology, services, and applications. Emphasizing practice over theory in an engaging, fun-to-read style, the authors present high-level summaries followed up with detailed treatment of all key areas of ATM technology. It is the only book that provides in-depth treatment of such 'hot' new protocols as: IP and Tag Switching. Private Network Network Interface (PNNI). LAN Emulation (LANE). Understandable View of ATM Signaling. Multiprotocol Over ATM (MPOA). Available Bit Rate (ABR) flow control. Internet ReSerVation Protocol (RSVP). In addition, ATM Theory and Applications explores the remarkable range of ATM applications, objectively compares ATM with competing technologies, and even offers some provocative predictions about how ATM technology might evolve. 'This update to our best selling book not only provides a working tool for someone wanting to learn ATM, but also provides a reference for the practicing professional applying real-world solutions to business and technology problems.' --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read more About the Author David McDysan is responsible for Strategic Planning of Data Services at MCI. He has been an active ATM Forum board member and technical committee chairperson. Recognized as a leader in ATM traffic management and real-world networks, McDysan is a frequent speaker and teacher at industry conferences. He lives in Richardson, Texas. Darren L. Spohn is a principal at Spohn & Associates, an Austin, TX-based consulting firm specializing in network technology management, planning, analysis, and design used to solve business problems. Previously he managed engineering, development, and operations as Chief Technology Officer/VP Engineering & Development and VP Operations for NetSolve, Inc. Prior to that he held engineering, marketing, and management positions with MCI Communications. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read more

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