The Future of Network Interconnection

June 30, 2012 at 8:01 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Although all networks have used the Public (Circuit-Switched) Telephony Network as the default method of interconnection, networks are rapidly migrating to use a general-purpose, IP eXchange, the IPX. Connecting IP networks via a native, IP eXchange, will bring many benefits: lower cost, more features, and better quality of voice.

To share how networks are evolving in their method of interconnection, I prepared the following presentation for the graduate Telecom program at CU Boulder, Boulder. My thanks to my friend and colleague, Tom Schwengler, for inviting me to guest lecture in his Wireless Networking class, to share these recent developments. I hope that you enjoy this material and invite you to contact me with questions or comments:
The Future of InterNetworking

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