ACTN Use-case for On-demand E2E Connectivity Services in Multiple Vendor Domain Transport Networks
draft-klee-actn-connectivity-multi-vendor-domains-02

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Authors Kwang-koog Lee  , Hosong Lee  , Ricard Vilalta  , Victor Lopez 
Last updated 2015-05-14 (latest revision 2014-11-10)
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Abstract

This document provides a use-case that addresses the need for facilitating the application of virtual network abstractions and the control and management of on-demand end-to-end provisioning of connections that traverse multiple vendor domain transport networks. These abstractions shall help create a virtualized environment supporting operators in viewing and controlling different vendor domains, especially for on-demand network connectivity service for a single operator.

Authors

Kwang-koog Lee (kwangkoog.lee@kt.com)
Hosong Lee (hosong.lee@kt.com)
Ricard Vilalta (ricard.vilalta@cttc.es)
Victor Lopez (victor.lopezalvarez@telefonica.com)

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