CAMPUS: a distributed system conceived to support B-ISDN services

Discusses the goals, components, and concepts of the CAMPUS project, which aims at providing an intelligent broadband ISDN server, using previously developed building blocks, like a switching fabric, ATM interfaces, and host interfaces. Intelligent networks will need a lot of distributed processing power. That is why CAMPUS uses a multiprocessor architecture for computing as well as for communications, which makes it very regular and scalable. In addition, it includes fault-tolerance at all levels


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IZS'92, 1992 International Zurich Seminar on Digital Communications. Intelligent Networks and their Applications., 5-1
Year:
1992
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IEEE
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