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RFC Series (Part 10)

Whatever it is, you need more (RFC1925, Rule 10) There is never enough. Whatever you name in the world of networking, th...

RFC Series (Part 9)

It’s More Complicated than You Think (RFC1925, Rule 9) It is not unusual in the life of a network engineer to go entire ...

RFC Series (Part 8)

It is Always Something (RFC1925, Rule 7) While those working in the network engineering world are quite familiar with th...

RFC Series (Part 5)

Agglutinating Problems Considered Harmful (RFC2915, Rule 5) In the networking world, many equate simplicity with the few...

Ring vs Mesh Design and Elastic Networks

Network design is not a simple process, unless of course you have only 2 -3 nodes😃. There are a variety of design optio...

The Telecoms Bandwidth Engine - Part 3

But is this change for the positive or negative? In my previous blogs in this series I explained how advances in packet ...

RFC Series (Part 4)

Experience Has Shown That (RFC2915, Rule 4) The world of information technology is filled, often to overflowing, with th...

Which Layer to Use?

The choice of where to place flexibility in a network has many dimensions.  Physically - should it be distributed or cen...

The Telecoms Bandwidth Engine - Part 2

The service evolution enabled by the telecoms bandwidth engine In my previous blog in the series, I explained how advanc...

The Best Thing Packet Networks Can Do

Imagine you had the choice between watching your favorite band at the local bar, or seeing a good ‘cover’ band playing s...

SDH: Past, Present, Future

Synchronous Digital Hierarchy, it died years ago didn’t it?  No. This is not an attempt to resurrect a retired technolog...

Technologies that Didn’t

Part 4: Asynchronous Transfer Mode One of the common myths of the networking world is there were no “real” networks befo...

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