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Title : Carrier Optical Services Framework and Associated UNI
Author(s) : Y. Xue et al.
Filename : draft-many-carrier-framework-uni-00.txt
Pages : 39
Date : 21-Nov-00
This contribution describes a carriers optical services framework
and associated requirements for the User-Network Interface (UNI). It
is intended to provide carrier specific service requirements for the
automatic switched optical networks to guide the on-going efforts to
develop the standard UNI and other interfaces to the optical layer
(OL) control plane. Due to time constraints, no attempt has been
made to provide detailed comprehensive requirements; instead we
focused on topics of particular interest or concern to the carrier
community. This is a work-in-progress document and is expected to
evolve in near term as new requirements are identified and further
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