Common channel interoffice signaling: Peripheral maintenance and administration support system

@article{Snare1978CommonCI,
  title={Common channel interoffice signaling: Peripheral maintenance and administration support system},
  author={Robert C. Snare},
  journal={The Bell System Technical Journal},
  year={1978},
  volume={57},
  pages={325-360}
}
  • R. Snare
  • Published 1 February 1978
  • Computer Science
  • The Bell System Technical Journal
Common Channel Interoffice Signaling (CCIS) introduces a new network for routing signaling information, new equipment, and new functions for which performance must be monitored. Reliable, timely (within seconds or minutes in many cases), and readily usable performance reports are required by traffic and maintenance personnel to administer and maintain these new capabilities to provide the high quality of service to which customers are accustomed. The Peripheral Bus Computer (PBC) System… 
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Stored Program Controlled Network: CCIS and SPC network performance

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