Transport for Carrier Grade Internet

@article{Kantola2009TransportFC,
  title={Transport for Carrier Grade Internet},
  author={Raimo Kantola and Marko Luoma and Olli-Pekka Lamminen},
  journal={2009 IEEE Globecom Workshops},
  year={2009},
  pages={1-8}
}
— This paper discusses the problems of the modern Internet and prospects for its future development. The paper pro-poses to gradually phase off IP as the core packet networking protocol, move from fundamentally flat addressing and routing with numerous add-on improvements to recursive addressing and routing by developing Ethernet technology. The goal is to meet user network connectivity needs on top of a Carrier Grade transport network. The paper shows how the idea is being implemented in an… 

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