TELECOM Bretagne

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  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Network Management and Control Framework for Hybrid Converged Environment

    Companies nowadays are approaching towards an all IP paradigm by subscribing to different access technology links from several service providers for reliability, redundancy and availability while providing good Quality of Service (QoS). A framework for rule-based converged hybrid network management in multihoming environment is presented. Diversity and dimensionality of the...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Distributed Inter-Domain SLA Negotiation Using Reinforcement Learning

    Applications requiring network Quality of Service (QoS) (e.g. telepresence, cloud computing, etc.) are becoming mainstream. To support their deployment, network operators must automatically negotiate end-to-end QoS contracts (aka. Service Level Agreements, SLAs) and configure their networks accordingly. Other crucial needs must be considered: QoS should provide incentives to network operators,...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    On the Use of Random Neural Networks for Traffic Matrix Estimation in Large-Scale IP Networks

    Despite a large body of literature and methods devoted to the Traffic Matrix (TM) estimation problem, the inference of traffic flows volume from aggregated data still represents a major issue for network operators. Directly and frequently measuring a complete TM in a large-scale network is costly and difficult to perform...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Optimal Volume Anomaly Detection and Isolation in Large-Scale IP Networks Using Coarse-Grained Measurements

    Recent studies from major network technology vendors forecast the advent of the Exabyte era, a massive increase in network traffic driven by high-definition video and high-speed access technology penetration. One of the most formidable difficulties that this forthcoming scenario poses for the Internet is congestion problems due to traffic volume...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    MIMO Capacity of Inhome PLC Links up to 100 MHz

    Inhome Power Line Communications (PLC) is a technology used to deliver telecom services to every corner of a household through already existing electrical wiring. The current technology under achieves the capacity offered by the physical channel. This paper demonstrates that up to 90% enhancement in inhome PLC channel capacity is...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Robust Routing Vs Dynamic Load-Balancing a Comprehensive Study and New Directions

    Traffic Engineering (TE) has become a challenging task for network management and resources optimization due to traffic uncertainty and to the difficulty to predict traffic variations. To address this uncertainty in a robust and efficient way, two almost antagonist approaches have emerged during the last years: robust routing and dynamic...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Adaptive Power Control Algorithm With Stabilization Zone for Third Generation Mobile Networks

    In this paper, the authors propose an evolution of adaptive power control algorithms for Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS). The proposed mechanism uses an adaptive power step to carry out with high fluctuations in the radio interface. Furthermore, they propose the integration of a stabilization zone where the transmitted power...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Efficient Methods for Traffic Matrix Modeling and On-Line Estimation in Large-Scale IP Networks

    Despite a large body of literature and methods devoted to the Traffic Matrix estimation problem, the inference of traffic flows volume from aggregated data represents a key subject facing the evolution of next generation networks. This is a particular problem in large-scale carrier networks, for which efficient, accurate and stable...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    MIMO Capacity of Inhome PLC Links up to 100 MHz

    Inhome Power Line Communications (PLC) is a technology used to deliver telecom services to every corner of a household through already existing electrical wiring. The current technology under achieves the capacity offered by the physical channel. This paper demonstrates that up to 90% enhancement in inhome PLC channel capacity is...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    On the Use of Random Neural Networks for Traffic Matrix Estimation in Large-Scale IP Networks

    Despite a large body of literature and methods devoted to the Traffic Matrix (TM) estimation problem, the inference of traffic flows volume from aggregated data still represents a major issue for network operators. Directly and frequently measuring a complete TM in a large-scale network is costly and difficult to perform...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Efficient Methods for Traffic Matrix Modeling and On-Line Estimation in Large-Scale IP Networks

    Despite a large body of literature and methods devoted to the Traffic Matrix estimation problem, the inference of traffic flows volume from aggregated data represents a key subject facing the evolution of next generation networks. This is a particular problem in large-scale carrier networks, for which efficient, accurate and stable...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Robust Routing Vs Dynamic Load-Balancing a Comprehensive Study and New Directions

    Traffic Engineering (TE) has become a challenging task for network management and resources optimization due to traffic uncertainty and to the difficulty to predict traffic variations. To address this uncertainty in a robust and efficient way, two almost antagonist approaches have emerged during the last years: robust routing and dynamic...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Optimal Volume Anomaly Detection and Isolation in Large-Scale IP Networks Using Coarse-Grained Measurements

    Recent studies from major network technology vendors forecast the advent of the Exabyte era, a massive increase in network traffic driven by high-definition video and high-speed access technology penetration. One of the most formidable difficulties that this forthcoming scenario poses for the Internet is congestion problems due to traffic volume...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Distributed Inter-Domain SLA Negotiation Using Reinforcement Learning

    Applications requiring network Quality of Service (QoS) (e.g. telepresence, cloud computing, etc.) are becoming mainstream. To support their deployment, network operators must automatically negotiate end-to-end QoS contracts (aka. Service Level Agreements, SLAs) and configure their networks accordingly. Other crucial needs must be considered: QoS should provide incentives to network operators,...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Network Management and Control Framework for Hybrid Converged Environment

    Companies nowadays are approaching towards an all IP paradigm by subscribing to different access technology links from several service providers for reliability, redundancy and availability while providing good Quality of Service (QoS). A framework for rule-based converged hybrid network management in multihoming environment is presented. Diversity and dimensionality of the...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Adaptive Power Control Algorithm With Stabilization Zone for Third Generation Mobile Networks

    In this paper, the authors propose an evolution of adaptive power control algorithms for Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS). The proposed mechanism uses an adaptive power step to carry out with high fluctuations in the radio interface. Furthermore, they propose the integration of a stabilization zone where the transmitted power...

    Provided By TELECOM Bretagne