MPLS is the future, but ATM hangs on

Dix, John
August 2002
Network World;8/12/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 32, p38
Trade Publication
Editorial. Argues that Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) will be the core of future public networks. Companies that are planning to implement MPLS; Information on the solutions for carrying Asynchronous Transfer Mode over MPLS.


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