Articles by jamesmurphy
Jim Murphy has been involved as a development engineer and architect in many networking technologies over the past twenty years. At AT&T Bell Labs he developed programing interfaces for automated voice systems. He pioneered VoIP technology at Cisco during its inception. At Juniper Networks he developed core router implementations for fast forwarding table convergence and differentiated services capabilities. He developed network infrastructure technology and architectures for both WiFi and UMTS systems at Trapeze Networks and SpiderCloud wireless respectively. Jim is currently developing future networking architectures at Juniper Networks.
While I don’t follow the net-neutrality debate closely, it is my understanding that the consumer advocates consider offering Differentiated Services at a premium price somehow conflicts with the Internet’s promise [...]
Back when LTE first got started, all IP networks were all the rage in the cellular industry. People envisioned that all voice services would be provided over the IP network. [...]