: Toy, MehmetНазвание
: Cable Networks, Services, and Management Язык
: Hoboken, New Jersey: Wileyy-IEEE PressГод
: 376 p.Серия
: IEEE Press Series on Networks and Services ManagementФормат
: 27,4 mbMehmet Toy
is a Network Consultant at ADVA Optical Networking, Inc., USA for Metro Ethernet products and standards. Prior to his current position, Dr. Toy held management and technical positions in Intel Corp., Verizon Wireless, Axiowave Networks, Fujitsu Network Communications, AT&T Bell Labs and Lucent Technologies. He led IMS software/hardware integration and architecture definition at Intel Corp., represented Verizon Wireless at 3GPP2 standards and participated in the development of Verizon Wireless IMS architecture.
Cable Networks, Services, and Management is the first book to cover cable networks, services, and their management, in-depth, for network operators, engineers, researchers, and students. Thirteen experts in various fields have contributed their knowledge of network architectures and services, Operations, Administration, Maintenance, Provisioning, Troubleshooting (OAMPT) for residential and business services, cloud, Software Defined Networks (SDN), as well as virtualization concepts and their applications as part of the future directions of cable networks.
The book begins by introducing architecture and services for Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) 3.0/ 3.1, Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP), Content Distribution Networks (CDN, IP TV, and Packet Cable and Wi-Fi for Residential Services. Topics that are discussed in proceeding chapters include: operational systems and management architectures, service orders, provisioning, fault management, performance management, billing systems and formats, and security for residential services. Similar to residential services, functions for business services as DOCSIS Provisioning of EPON (DPoE), EPON Protocol over Coax (EPOC), IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), fault management, billing systems, and formats are explained.
The book concludes with a note on future directions for cable networks by describing cloud services, virtualization, SDN, and the proposed self-managed network concepts with their applications.Turbobit