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The impact of Active Networks on established Network Operators.

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Published

  • Arto Juhola
  • Ian Marshall
  • Stefan Covaci
  • Velte Thomas
  • Mike Donohoe
  • Seppo Parkkila
Publication date1999
Host publicationActive networks
Place of publicationBerlin ; London
PublisherSpringer
Pages188-199
Number of pages12
Edition1653 ;
ISBN (Print)3540662383
Original languageEnglish

Publication series

NameLecture notes in computer science
PublisherSpringer

Abstract

A collaborative case based study has established that Active Networks will have a very significant impact on Network operators. Active Networking appears to be the only route to adding integrated mobility, security, QoS and management services to existing networks. In the short to medium term operators will be keen to use Application Layer Active Networking since the risks are relatively low. However the benefits of moving to stronger forms as research progresses appear compelling.

Bibliographic note

IWAN 99, International Working Conference on Active Networks, 30 June -2 July 1999 in Berlin.