[cisco-nas] NG SONET/SDH, Metro Ethernet and GMPLS

André Danthine Andre.Danthine at ulg.ac.be
Tue Mar 22 17:33:49 EST 2005

- The New Generation SONET-SDH,
- The evolution from Ethernet to the Gigabit Ethernet, the Metro Ethernet
     and the New Ethernet Services
- The introduction of the Generalized MPLS (GMPLS) to achieve a 
unique control plan
    over the various technologies deployed in the sub-IP area

will be the three topics of the new tutorial of NETiDA.

A New Sub-IP Area based on Optical Transport
to Support IP and IP/MPLS Networks

prepared and presented by Andre Danthine
Emeritus Professor at the University of Liege (Belgium)

		Brussels - April 27 and 28, 2005

This tutorial will present the drastic changes in layers 2 and 1 
during the last 10 years.
These changes result from the important modifications of the 
architectures, of the services and of the performances to achieve the 
convergence of data, voice and video.

This tutorial will be of interest for manufacturers, service provider 
and carrier personnel.
This tutorial will also be of interest for Communication, IT and 
network managers
as well as for analysts, Internet and intranet specialists as the 
Intranets and the Extranets will have new opportunities of 
This in-depth seminar has been developed for those interested not 
only in the principles, the architectures and the services but also 
in the protocols and in the implementations.
The attendees are expected to have a basic knowledge of MPLS.

All details in http://www.netida.com/sub-ip

Deadline for reduced fee : April 2, 2005.

Thank you in advance for forwarding this email to all persons 
concerned or interested.


P.S.: This tutorial may be presented on-site.
           See details in http://www.netida.com/index.php?m=4

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