tjs at msc.edu
Mon Oct 31 02:22:49 UTC 1994
> Date: Thu, 27 Oct 1994 14:43:37 -0400
> From: Vadim Antonov <avg at sprint.net>
> To: nanog at merit.edu, schoff at us.psi.com, sesqui-all at ns.sesqui.net,
> sob at academ.com
> Subject: Re: wiretapping continues....
> Cc: psieng at psi.com
> We will hit limitations of the present/then-future routing technology
> long before we'll exhaust the possibilities to increase the
> NAP aggregate and access bandwidth by cheap incremental upgrades.
> That's the whole point of Sprint NAP architecture. ATM/SMDS/Flame Delay
> do not get even close to what we achieve (and ATM is not useful yet).
I believe that ATM, even in its perhaps immature state, is useful and
cost-effective in a number of applications today. In particular,
the cost of wide-area DS-3 ATM services can be very attractive
when compared to a number of point-to-point DS-3s.
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