The European IST Project DAVID: A Viable Approach Toward Optical Packet Switching

Lars Dittmann, C. Develder, D. Chioaroni, F. Neri, F. Callegati, W. Koerber, A. Stavdas, M Renaud, A. Rafel, J. Sole-Pareta, W. Cerroni, N. Leligou, L. Dembeck, Brian Bach Mortensen, M. Pickavet, N. Le Sauze, M. Mahony, B. Berde, G. Eilenberger

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Abstract

In this paper, promising technologies and a network architecture are presented for future optical packet switched networks. The overall network concept is presented and the major choices are highlighted and compared with alternative solutions. Both long and shorter term approaches are considered, as well as both the wide-area network and multiple-area networks parts of the network. The results presented in this paper were developed in the frame of the research project DAVID (Data And Voice Integration over DWDM) project, funded by the European Commission through the IST-framework.
Original languageEnglish
JournalI E E E Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
Volume21
Issue number7
Pages (from-to)1026-1040
ISSN0733-8716
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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