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  • Atecom (ATecoM GmbH ) : ATM-Shap4B

    Quad 32 Class traffic shaper

    To profile ATM cell streams on 4 UTOPIA compliant ATM ports originating from unpredictable sources (like LANs) or after accumulation of bursts into well defined ATM traffic contracts the components enables the distribution of input traffic into 32 independent queues (configurable from 2 to 2M cell storage). The queues are grouped into 12 groups.

    The distribution is based on VPI/VCI. The queues output behaviour is controlled by Double Leaky Bucket which already allows for a 3-step tuning of the output characteristic. In addition 32 independent parameter sets per queue are available. Selection of the active set is either via hardware or software. The component supports multi-port unidirectional UTOPIA compliant link. Main application is the on-the-fly profiling of cell streams into multiple physical links at the output of a network node. Service subclasses per port are achieved by the queue sub-grouping feature. Arbitrary output characteristics including ABR typical ones can be set up.

    Information used to be available at:
    http://www.atecom.de/docs/shab4b/shab4b.htm AND
    http://www.atecom.de/pdf/shap4bspec.pdf

    Technology: unknown
    Package: PQFP 208 Pin


    external WWW: ATecoM GmbH : http://www.atecom.de/docs/shab4b/shab4b.htm web page used to be available at: http://www.atecom.de/docs/shab4b/shab4b.htm


    external PDF: ATecoM GmbH : http://www.atecom.de/pdf/shap4bspec.pdf PDF documentation used to be available at: http://www.atecom.de/pdf/shap4bspec.pdf
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