Solutions for Sustaining Scalability in Internet Growth

Solutions for Sustaining Scalability in Internet Growth

Mohamed Boucadair (France Telecom-Orange Labs, France) and David Binet (France Telecom, France)
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Release Date: July, 2013|Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 288
ISBN13: 9781466643055|ISBN10: 1466643056|EISBN13: 9781466643062|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4305-5


An ever-increasing thirst for information in recent years among consumers, researchers, and the general population has necessitated continuous growth of internet architecture and accessibility, an issue which, if not addressed properly, may inhibit the growth of the internet as a whole.

Solutions for Sustaining Scalability in Internet Growth investigates current issues impeding the growth of information architecture and explores methods for developing a wider-reaching and ever-evolving internet. The book presents viable solutions to some of the current threats to robust and pervasive information systems, enabling internet actors such as network providers, service providers, vendors, and regulatory bodies to ensure the creation of a more accessible and balanced internet.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Core Edge Elimination
  • Edge and Core Networks
  • Inbound Traffic Engineering
  • Internet Architectures
  • LISP Security Analysis
  • Network Routing
  • Routing and Forwarding Concerns
  • Routing Scalability
  • Topology Aggregation
  • Waveband Switching

Reviews and Testimonials

Telecommunications technicians and researchers survey constraints and promising solutions for expanding the scalability limits of routing and forwarding tables on the Internet as it grows both larger and more complex. The topics include inter-domain traffic engineering using the origin preference attributes, the aggregatability of router forwarding tables, the routing architecture of next-generation Internet, a security analysis of the map-and-encap locator/identifier separation paradigm, and a metric-based proposal for a hierarchical approach to reducing power consumption in core and edge networks.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Mohamed Boucadair is an IP Networking Strategist at France Telecom. Mohamed worked as a Senior IP Architect within France Telecom. He worked at the France Telecom corporate division responsible for making recommendations on the evolution of IP/MPLS core networks. He has worked for France Telecom R&D and has been part of the team working on VoIP services. He has been involved in IST research projects, working on dynamic provisioning and inter-domain traffic engineering. He has also worked as an R&D engineer in charge of dynamic provisioning, QoS, multicast and intra/inter-domain traffic engineering. He has published many journal articles and written extensively on these subject areas. Mr. Boucadair holds several patents on VoIP, IPv4 service continuity, IPv6, etc.
David Binet graduated from Telecom-Lille 1 and senior expert on inter access mobility technologies in France Telecom. He first worked on IPv6 technologies for Home Networking services. He has contributed on several French and European collaborative projects in mobility area and convergence issues. Involved in Research and pre-deployment projects, he is the author of several patents and he has contributed to the writing of papers for international conferences. Besides the leading of IPv6 projects, he was responsible for several research contracts with universities and contribute to IETF activities on seamless mobility topics. He participated in several collaborative projects funded by French government and European commission. He currently chairs Mobile WG in France Telecom IPv6 program and is an IP architect involved in IP/MPLS core networks architectures deployment in Orange affiliates.