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DEFINITION: NSIS (Next Steps in Signaling) is an evolving communication protocol intended to facilitate signaling at the Transport layer, using a two-level model to support diverse services and resources. Like the similar RSVP (Resource Reservation Protocol), NSIS defines a way to reserve paths on the Internet for high-bandwidth transmissions and multicast. NSIS employs the same basic methodology as RSVP (Resource  … 
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Critical Concepts of the 200-120 CCNA Routing and Switching Exam
sponsored by Global Knowledge
WHITE PAPER: This paper reviews the major concepts covered on the Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing and Switching exam as of spring 2013.
Posted: 11 Jul 2014 | Published: 11 Jul 2014

Global Knowledge

Demystifying Industry Standards: The Key to Simplifying B2B Integration
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: In this white paper, learn about the role of industry standards within business processes, why complexities exist that prevent organizations from leveraging them, and how successful implementation of industry standards and B2B can synchronize value chains, create efficiencies, and reveal opportunities to deliver value to customers.
Posted: 02 Nov 2015 | Published: 02 Nov 2015

IBM

Open Trusted Technology Provider Standard (O-TTPS)
sponsored by ComputerWeekly.com
WHITE PAPER: This standard is aimed at enhancing the integrity of commercial off the shelf ICT products and helping customers to manage sourcing risk.
Posted: 10 Apr 2013 | Published: 10 Apr 2013

ComputerWeekly.com

The Packet Delivery Process: Remotely Connected Hosts
sponsored by Global Knowledge
WHITE PAPER: This white paper focuses on the packet delivery process when two devices are remotely connected, including key definitions and a detailed look at the actual process of exchanging data.
Posted: 29 Sep 2014 | Published: 29 Sep 2014

Global Knowledge

Ensuring the Health of Tomorrow's Fiber LANs - Part II: OTDR Trace Analysis -- Become an Expert Troubleshooter with Advanced OTDR Trace Analysis
sponsored by Fluke Networks
WHITE PAPER: Experience designing cable and network testers has enabled a breakthrough in automated fiber trace analysis. This white paper discusses how an OTDR detects and analyzes test results, and explains expected and unexpected trace data from fiber networks.
Posted: 09 Nov 2006 | Published: 01 Nov 2006

Fluke Networks

Wireless LANs Standards: Where Are We Now?
sponsored by Burton Group
WHITE PAPER: Not all standards are created equal. Some are technically elegant but achieve little market adoption. Others are broadly deployed.
Posted: 18 Jul 2008 | Published: 13 Nov 2006

Burton Group

Database Middleware: Struggling with Performance?
sponsored by Progress DataDirect
WHITE PAPER: Drivers are an important component of database middleware, but they don’t work in isolation. They’re part of a multi-layered architecture that handles the communication between a database application and the database management software. Learn how these layers influence performance and how to optimize efficiency for data requests and responses.
Posted: 03 Feb 2011 | Published: 03 Feb 2011

Progress DataDirect

Router Essentials
sponsored by Global Knowledge
WHITE PAPER: Build a basic foundation of knowledge about routers, the devices that allow you to move packets between networks, by reading this white paper.
Posted: 10 Dec 2008 | Published: 11 Oct 2008

Global Knowledge

Adaptive Packet Filtering
sponsored by Gigamon
WHITE PAPER: This white paper explores many technical processes of adaptive packet filtering, including filtering on FCoE traffic, mutli-encap filtering, and much more.
Posted: 03 Apr 2014 | Published: 31 Dec 2013

Gigamon

IFRS in the Life Sciences: Broad implications
sponsored by Deloitte
WHITE PAPER: This paper provides practical industry insights on IFRS for life science executives and includes useful sections on: IFRS challenges and opportunities in life sciences; Implications of IFRS for financial reporting, tax, human resources, mergers and acquisitions, IT, and treasury and much more.
Posted: 04 Sep 2009 | Published: 03 Sep 2009

Deloitte
 
 
RSVP DEFINITION (continued): … NSIS (Next Steps in Signaling) is an evolving communication protocol intended to facilitate signaling at the Transport layer, using a two-level model to support diverse services and resources. Like the similar RSVP (Resource Reservation Protocol), NSIS defines a way to reserve paths on the Internet for high-bandwidth transmissions and multicast. NSIS employs the same basic methodology as RSVP (Resource Reservation Protocol), but in a simpler and more general fashion.NSIS is expected to support services and resources such as NAT (Network Address Translation), QoS (Quality of Service) and TURN (Traversal Using Relay NAT), with enhanced authentication and authorization mechanisms to ensure optimum protection of information assets in all working environments. NSIS is currently under development by the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force).
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