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A project such as this doesn t happen without the influence of individuals, the encouragement from friends and family, and the support of partners in the project. This book is no exception. Many thanks to all my colleagues at Tekelec who have encouraged me over all these years to continue writing books. There are many individuals at Tekelec who have been a constant source of encouragement, too many to name here. Thanks to all of you for continuing to support me and encourage me to continue writing. This makes number seven, and it has been particularly rewarding because it has allowed me a chance to research something new, and to use my experience from packet networks. There will be many more pages in editions to come, as technology continues to evolve and mature. On that note, thanks to Jane Brownlow, my editor, for working with me through this project, and Steve Chapman for his ideas and concepts on how this book should go. Of course, no author could make it through without the support of his family. My daughters have grown up understanding my commitment to writing and have always been very supportive even if it meant I was buried in my office in specs and drafts. Thanks, Nichole and Laura, for always having something positive to say and for always understanding when Dad had to finish another chapter. There were many nights when I would be sitting in the camper writing instead of standing around the campfire. My son, Travis Jr., often asked what I was doing sitting inside when there was so much going on outside, but deadlines are seldom forgiving, and sacrifices have to be made. Thanks, son, for understanding your Dad s deadlines. Stoke the fire, because the manuscript is done and Dad s coming out!
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Telephone networks have come a long ways in the last 100 years. Or have they If one looks at how a telephone network works, not much has changed. Connections are still made through dedicated circuits connected end to end for the duration of a call. While switchboard operators have been replaced by digital switching systems, the concept of connecting those circuits has not evolved much. The telephone itself is still the same boring instrument, consisting of a speaker, a microphone, and a dial. About the most innovation we have seen there is the addition of a touch-tone dial and a display for caller names. The networks themselves are still hierarchical switching networks, although some of the layers have been collapsed over the years. Calls are still routed through dedicated routes based on the digits dialed, and a tandem switch is still used to interconnect to other networks. This is a far cry from packet networks. Packet networks have been around for many years, dedicated to transporting data from network to network. I can remember working on packet networks and building circuits during my tenure at the Bell System. I was fortunate that I was one of the few who worked on both voice and data networks because of my background in data and my expertise in data and voice networks. Back then packet networks were used for dedicated computing purposes, providing the backbone for major computer networks. Public access was not provided, and the concept of connecting to the Internet did not yet exist (there was no public Internet at the time). In fact, there weren t many personal computers then. Apple had emerged with the Apple II (I traded in my Apple I for the Apple II). I remember when I first got a portable computer. It was one of the first laptops, if you will, although you would need a pretty big lap for this beast. It was an Osborne Computer, designed to be transportable (it had a really big handle) so that you could compute on the move. What that really meant was you could haul it from work to home and set it up on the kitchen table. Of course, in those days there were no hot spots, Starbucks didn t yet exist, and the only wireless telecommunications was radiotelephone. Yet even then, the concept of marrying the computer with the telephone was there. My Osborne had an RJ-11 jack on the back where you could plug in a telephone line for the modem that allowed you to connect the computer at a lightning-fast 300 baud.
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