Matti Juutilainen

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Switching fabric is a hardware mechanism used inside packet switches and routers to provide an interconnection among I/O ports and possibly a CPU. The ideal switching fabric scales to handle a high data rate on a given port, and scales to handle many ports. Because practical switching fabrics cannot achieve the ideal, a set of architectures has been created(More)
Lappeenranta Model is a framework for building open operator neutral access networks with local services. The focus is in locality: to provide an easy local network connection available to everyone and to encourage people on developing their knowledge and abilities on networking. This publication describes the operating principle, structure and different(More)
Broadband Internet access is not hype but everyday reality. Internet service providers are calling everything that is sufficient for using current Internet services as broadband. The use for broadband is changing towards high bandwidth services, like IPTV. However current broadband connections limit deployment of new high bandwidth services. In this paper(More)
This publication summarizes the results of four interview sets that were conducted during the years 2005, 2006 and 2007 to analyze an existing wireless city network - Sainet - and its potential. Sainet was opened to the public in 2002 and is being used to study open access networks with multiple service providers. The first interviews (2005) covered the(More)
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