Using concurrent multipath transmission for Transport Virtualization: Analyzing path selection

  title={Using concurrent multipath transmission for Transport Virtualization: Analyzing path selection},
  author={Thomas Zinner and Kurt Tutschku and Akihiro Nakao and Phuoc Tran-Gia},
  journal={2010 22nd International Teletraffic Congress (lTC 22)},
The concept of Transport Virtualization (TV) enhances the capabilities of future networks. TV enables transport mechanisms with arbitrary resource usage independent of the underlying transport system. The simplest form of TV can be achieved by collecting multiple transport resources (even from different virtual networks or providers) and selecting the best resources for exclusive or concurrent use. However, the selection and application of concurrent paths is complex and its impact on the… CONTINUE READING
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