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You will prepare and submit a term paper on Analysis of a New Reservation Protocol in Optical Burst Switched Networks. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length.
You will prepare and submit a term paper on Analysis of a New Reservation Protocol in Optical Burst Switched Networks. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length. The article discusses the new signalling technique, INI, which provide a new reservation for the optical burst networks. It provides a framework for OSN which provide guidelines on the performance of the signalling techniques on the different parameters in the framework (Vokkarane, b 20). There are two signalling techniques which are common in optical burst switching, namely one-way based just-enough- time and two-way based tell-and-wait. The latter has a shortcoming in that it suffers from high-end-to-end packets delay while the former suffers from a high packet loss. This calls for a hybrid that is flexible enough for the high loss and delay (Jue and Vokkarane, 1198). Vokkarane offers a blended signalling system which is known as the intermediate-node-initiated (INI) signalling for optical burst-switch networks (1,b). This protocol is favored as it can provide both the two way and one way based on signalling techniques (Chaubey, Lagadapati, Shekhawat and Tyagi 126-127). In the new protocol, reservation of channels is set off at a midway node (initiating node), in a simultaneous front and backward direction (Nejabati 8). INI selects the initiating node to stimulate both TAW and JET. This makes it possible for INI to perform better than TAW in regard to the average end-to-end packets delay. It also functions well than JET, in terms of burst loss of packets.
The IT industry has spontaneously grown over the last decades. This has been marked by an increase in the demand for Internet services. The result has been a massive demand for higher transmission rates and faster switching technologies (Chen, Qiao and Yu 1). One of the best frameworks to meet this enormous demand is the Internet Protocol over WDM. This is a technology that can support the bandwidth and flexibility requirement of the future networks (Vokkarane, b 1). IP over optical burst switching (OBS) is one of the methods that can be .used to transport traffic directly over a WDM network that is devoid of a buffer.