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Scalable segment routing???a new paradigm for efficient service provider networking using carrier ethernet advances

Segment routing has recently been proposed in the IETF toward making IP/MPLS networks service oriented while simplifying network operations. Segment routing computes paths at the source node using node identifiers and adjacency identifiers conjoined together to create a source-routed path. We propose a scalable transport paradigm as an enabler toward implementing segment routing in provider […]

Hybrid WLAN Markov Chain to Handle TCP and UDP Traffic

In the Modern Era of computing, The Wireless communication has gained popularity with the passage of time due to unique features, e.g. Flexibility, cost effective and easy to configure as compare to traditional wired networks. Since 1990swireless networks become the backbone of every network and there are lots of concerns in wireless communication, which are […]

Reconfigurable Network Systems and Software-Defined Networking

Modern high-speed networks have evolved from relatively static networks to highly adaptive networks facilitating dynamic reconfiguration. This evolution has influenced all levels of network design and management, introducing increased programmability and configuration flexibility. This influence has extended from the lowest level of physical hardware interfaces to the highest level of network management by software. A key representative of […]

Software defined and virtualized wireless access in future wireless networks: scenarios and standards

Future wireless networks are expected to provide augmented and data-intensive services in a multi-vendor multi-proprietor scenario. This scenario introduces relevant challenges to the networking infrastructure, especially in terms of flexibility and interoperability, that could be addressed by extending the concept of Virtualization and Software Defined Networking (SDN) to the wireless or wired-cum-wireless world. This paper provides a review of […]