The DTM Gigabit Network

  title={The DTM Gigabit Network},
  author={Christer Bohm and Per Lindgren and Lars H. Ramfelt and Peter Sj{\"o}din},
  journal={J. High Speed Networks},
DTM is a fiber-optic network, based on bandwidth reservation and with support for dynamic reallocation of bandwidth. It is designed for real-time multimedia applications and for high-speed computer communication. DTM uses a novel medium-access technique and provides a multicast connection-oriented service. Several DTM networks can be connected into one large network. A prototype implementation and testbed is being constructed. 
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