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esign and performance evaluation of a metro WDM storage area network with P datagram support

@inproceedings{Pranggono2011esignAP,
  title={esign and performance evaluation of a metro WDM storage area network with P datagram support},
  author={ernardi Pranggono and Jaafar Mohamed Hashim Elmirghani},
  year={2011}
}
Storage area networks (SANs) are becoming an important part of optical MANs (metropolitan area networks). Growing storage and business-continuity needs; high-bandwidth, low latency requirements for SANs; storage infrastructure consolidation; and post-9/11 regulatory issues are among the several driving factors to push this trend. We, in this paper, consider a metro wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) SAN that allows the transmission of variable packet size such as Internet protocol (IP… 

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