Quality of service provisioning for supporting premium services in IP networks

  title={Quality of service provisioning for supporting premium services in IP networks},
  author={Panos Trimintzios and Timothy Baug{\'e} and George Pavlou and Leonidas Georgiadis and Richard Egan and Paris Flegkas},
as the multi-service network of choice, it is plausible consider its use for transporting demanding multimedia traffic with high bandwidth and low delay and packet loss requirements. Emerging technologies for quality of service such as Differentiated Services and MPLS can be used for premium quality traffic. In this paper we present a Traffic Engineering and Control System that starts from agreed services with customers and provisions the network according to the expected traffic demand so as… CONTINUE READING
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