Issue No. 05 - September/October (1999 vol. 16)
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<p>Both private and public networks increasingly use asynchronous transfer mode to provide high bandwidth and guaranteed quality of service. The ability to use Linux in personal-computer platforms, plus the ready availability of Linux source code, makes the PC-based Linux workstation an ideal platform for ATM multimedia development. Fujitsu has enhanced the ATM capability for Linux platforms and has created an experimental network using ATM on Linux. This article describes some common ATM tools for Linux and reports the results of prototyping using Fujitsu's ATM/Linux development environment.</p>
R. L. Klevans, S. A. Wright, Z. Zhang and T. C. Jepsen, "Linux Update: An Experimental ATM Network," in IEEE Software, vol. 16, no. , pp. 32-39, 1999.