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Linear and Non-Linear Video and TV Applications. Using IPv6 and IPv6 Multicast

Provides options for implementing IPv6 and IPv6 multicast in service provider networks New technologies, viewing paradigms, and content distribution approaches are taking the TV/video services industry by storm. Linear and Nonlinear Video and TV Applications: Using IPv6 and IPv6 Multicast identifies five emerging trends in next-generation delivery of entertainment-quality video. These trends are observable and can be capitalized upon by progressive service providers, telcos, cable operators, and ISPs. This comprehensive guide explores these evolving directions in the TV/video services industry, including worldwide deployment of IPv6, IPTV services, web-produced video content, and the plethora of different screens available, from TV to iPad. It offers practical suggestions as to how these technologies can be implemented in service provider networks to support cost-effective delivery of entertainment, and how new revenue-generating services can be brought to market. Important topics include: Evolving video consumption habits and possible network implications An overview of IPv6 address capabilities, protocols, quality of service (QoS), and more Process descriptions of IP multicast and IPv6 multicast approaches and challenges A detailed overview of IPTV systems and technologies, including architectural requirements, QoE and QoS, security and content protection, networks, and more Internet-based TV technologies: streaming, content distribution networks, P2P networks, and cloud computing Non-traditional video content sources and their implications Linear and Nonlinear Video and TV Applications: Using IPv6 and IPv6 Multicast is indispensable reading for planners, CTOs, and engineers at broadcast TV operations, Cable TV operations, satellite operations, Internet and IS providers, telcos, and wireless providers.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9781118327432

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Daniel Minoli

Daniel Minoli (born 1952) is a United States-based networking practitioner. He has many years of telecom, networking, and IT experience with enterprises, carriers, academia, and venture capitalists, including work at ARPA think tanks, Bell Telephone Laboratories, ITT, Prudential Securities, Bell Communications Research (Bellcore/Telcordia), AT&T, New York University (NYU), Rutgers, Stevens Institute, and Societe’ General de Financiament de Quebec (1975–2001).


Networking companies

Recently he played a founding role in the launching of two networking companies through the high-tech incubator Leading Edge Networks Inc., which he ran in the early 2000s: Global Wireless Services, a provider of broadband hotspot mobile Internet and hotspot VoIP services to high-end marinas; and, InfoPort Communications Group, an optical and Gigabit Ethernet metropolitan carrier supporting Data Center/SAN/channel extension and Grid Computing network access services (2001–2003).

Technical work

Minoli has worked extensively in the field of wireless. His work in wireless started in the mid-1970s with extensive efforts on ARPA-sponsored research on wireless packet networks. In the early 1980s he was involved in the design of high-resilience radio networks. In the mid-1980s he was involved in designing and deploying VSAT networks, including work on correlated traffic profiles. Recently he has been involved with the novel design for Wi-Fi hotspot networks for interference-laden public places such as marinas, and has written the first book on the market on hotspot networking, Hotspot Networks – WiFi for Public Access Locations (McGraw-Hill, 2003). He has also been involved with the planning and deployment of high-density enterprise IEEE 802.11b/g/e/i systems and VoWi-Fi. He recently also acted as expert witness for the winning party in a US$11,000 million lawsuit regarding a wireless Air-to-Ground communication system for airplane-based telephony and information services. He has also done work on wireless networking applications of nanotechnology (Quantum Cascade Lasers for Free Space Optics), and has just published a book on that topic with Wiley (2005).

Minoli is the author of a number of books (44) on Information Technology, telecommunications, and data communications. He has also written columns for ComputerWorld, NetworkWorld, and Network Computing (1985–1995). He has spoken at 77 industry conferences and he has taught at New York University (Information Technology Institute), Rutgers University, Stevens Institute of Technology, and Monmouth University (1984–2003). Also, he was a Technology Analyst At-Large for Gartner/DataPro (1985–2001). On their behalf, based on extensive hand-on work at financial firms and carriers, he tracked technologies and authored numerous CTO/CIO-level technical/architectural scans in the area of telephony and data communications systems, including topics on security, disaster recovery, IT outsourcing, network management, LANs, WANs (ATM and MPLS), wireless (LAN and public hotspot), VoIP, network design/economics, carrier networks (such as metro Ethernet and CWDM/DWDM), and e-commerce. Over the years he has advised venture capitalists for investments of US$150M in a dozen high-tech companies.

He is the co-inventor of the concept of "hyperperfect number."


Security (host and network) books

  1. Authoritative Computer and Network Security Dictionary 1st Edition (co-authored) (Wiley, 2006)
  2. Risk Assessment Teams (co authored) (Wiley 2006)

Books on wireless networks

  1. Hotspot Networks: Wi-Fi for Public Access Locations (McGraw-Hill, 2002)
  2. Wireless Sensor Networks (co authored with K. Sohraby and T. Znati) (Wiley 2006)

VoIP / VoMPLS books

  1. Delivering Voice Over IP Networks, 1st Edition (co-authored) (Wiley, 1998)
  2. Delivering Voice Over IP and the Internet, 2nd Edition (co-authored) (Wiley, 2002)
  3. Voice Over MPLS (McGraw-Hill, 2002)
  4. Voice Over IPv6 (TBD, 2006)
  5. Delivering Voice over Frame Relay and ATM, (co-authored) (Wiley, 1998)

Enterprise / intranet design and management books

  1. A Networking-Approach to Grid Computing (Wiley, 2005)
  2. Enterprise Networking: Fractional T1 to SONET, Frame Relay to BISDN (Artech House, 1992)
  3. First, Second, and Next Generation LANs (McGraw-Hill, 1994)
  4. MPOA: Building State-of-the Art ATM Intranets (co-authored) (Prentice-Hall/Manning, 1998)
  5. Client/Server Applications On ATM Networks (co-authored) (Prentice-Hall/Manning, 1997)
  6. Planning and Managing Corporate ATM-based Networks (co-authored) (Prentice-Hall/Manning, 1997)
  7. LAN, LAN Emulation, and ATM (co-authored) (Artech House, 1997)
  8. Imaging in Corporate Environments - Technology and Communication (McGraw-Hill, 1994)
  9. Cell Relay Service and ATM for Corporate Environments (co-authored) (McGraw-Hill, 1994)
  10. IP Applications with ATM (co-authored) (McGraw-Hill, 1998)
  11. Telecommuting (co-authored) (Artech House, 1995)
  12. Broadband Network Analysis and Design (Artech House, 1993)
  13. Telecommunication Technologies Handbook, 1st Edition(Artech House, 1991)
  14. Telecommunication Technologies Handbook, 2nd Edition (Artech House, 2003)

Internet / E-commerce books

  1. Internet and Intranet Engineering (McGraw-Hill, 1997)
  2. Internet Architectures (co-authored) (John-Wiley, 1999)
  3. Web Commerce Handbook (co-authored) (McGraw-Hill, 1998)[1]

Multimedia and Video-On-Demand books

  1. Distance Learning: Technology and Applications (Artech House, 1996)
  2. Video Dialtone Technology: Digital Video over ADSL, HFC, FTTC, and ATM (McGraw-Hill, 1995)
  3. Distributed Multimedia Through Broadband Communication Services' (co-authored) (Artech House, 1994)

Service-provider network design books

  1. Ethernet-based Metro Area Networks – Planning and Designing the Provider Network (co-authored) (McGraw-Hill, 2002)
  2. Next-generation SONET-based Metro Area Networks – Planning and Designing the Provider Network (McGraw-Hill, 2002)
  3. Handbook of IPV6 Migration (co-authored) (TBD, 2006)
  4. Network Layer Switched Services (co-authored) (Wiley, 1998)
  5. Signaling Principles for Frame Relay and Cell Relay Services (co-authored) (Artech House, 1994)
  6. Expert Systems Applications in Integrated Network Management (co-authored) (Artech House, 1989)

Nanotechnology books

  1. Nanotechnology Applications to Telecommunications and Networking (Wiley, 2005)

Books on outsourcing

  1. Analyzing Outsourcing, Reengineering Information and Communication Systems (McGraw-Hill, 1995)

See also

  1. The Telecommunications Handbook, K. Terplan, P. Morreale Editors, IEEE Press, 2000, Major Video Section, D. Minoli
  2. Technologias de Telecomunicaciones, Asociacion Hispanoamericana de Centros de Investigacion y Empresas de Telecomunicaciones, 1994, (Spanish Translation of Telecommunication Technologies Handbook)
  3. IP Applications with ATM, (co-authored), (Chinese Translation, 2000)
  4. Internet Architectures, (co-authored), Publishing House of Electronics Industry (Chinese Translation, 1999)
  5. Video Dialtone Technology, Publishing House of Electronics Industry (Chinese Translation, 1997)
  6. Planning and Managing ATM networks, (coauthored) (Chinese Translation 1998)
  7. Delivering Voice Over IP and the Internet (co-authored) (Chinese Translation, 2004)


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