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David Stacey, Roy Mauger, Mark Gibson: Communications network. Nortel Networks, Barnes & Thornburg, July 20, 2004: US06765921 (118 worldwide citation)

A communications multi-service network arrangement for transporting information packets from a user station to a destination comprises a label switched core network constituted by a plurality of abstract nodes interconnected by tunnels. Each abstract node comprises one or more real nodes. An access ...


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Roy Mauger: Mobile communications. Northern Telecom, Lee Mann Smith McWilliams Sweeney & Ohlson, November 9, 1993: US05260987 (105 worldwide citation)

A base station controller (BSC) personal communications network (PCN), which can for example be based on GSM, has associated with it a local PSTN network and is such that local calls between mobile subscribers and the local PSTN network can be made without involving a remote mobile-services switchin ...


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Roy Mauger: Label switched media gateway and network. Nortel Networks, Barnes & Thornburg, August 17, 2004: US06778494 (85 worldwide citation)

A network arrangement for delivering IP services to subscribers includes a core network, a plurality of label switched media gateways coupled to the network and each providing an interface for one or more subscriber terminals. Call servers associated with the network are used to establish connection ...


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Roy Mauger, David Stacey, Mark Gibson: Communications network. Nortel Networks, Barnes & Thornburg, April 26, 2005: US06886043 (55 worldwide citation)

In a label switch communications network, a third level of label is employed in conjunction with a dynamic multiplex constraint-based routed label switched path (CR-LSP) in order to achieve implicit switching at nodes within the network. Implicit switching occurs when a switching function takes plac ...


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Roy Mauger, Dave Stacey, Mark Gibson: Communications network. Nortel Networks, Barnes & ThornburgLLP, May 16, 2006: US07046669 (42 worldwide citation)

A label switched path is determined in a communications multi-service network comprising a plurality of nodes interconnected via quality of service capable tunnels to provide a QoS guarantee for a session in which resource availability from the network edge to multiple central stages and resource av ...


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Roy Mauger: Mobile communications systems and interconnections strategies for use between different networks and different tariffs of such systems. Northern Telecom, Lee Mann Smith McWilliams Sweeney & Ohlson, September 6, 1994: US05345498 (39 worldwide citation)

A flexible and equitable PCN/PSTN interconnection strategy between a communications network having mobile subscribers, such as a PCN network, and a PSTN whereby to form a communication system in which multiple tariffs can be applied, the tariff applied being determined by the actual location of the ...


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Mark Gibson, Roy Mauger, Dave Stacey, Robert Friskney: Label switched traffic routing and signaling in a label switched communication packet network. Nortel Networks, Barnes & Thornburg, January 10, 2006: US06985447 (26 worldwide citation)

Label switched paths are installed in a label switched communications packet network. Paths are selected by defining and installing partial routes each having two or more paths such that an end-to-end route across the network can be defined as the concatenation of two partial routes. Signalling to s ...


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Mark Gibson, Roy Mauger, Dave Stacey: Routing traffic in a communications network. Nortel Networks, Barnes & Thornburg, November 21, 2006: US07139278 (16 worldwide citation)

In a packet communications network system, a border gateway protocol is employed to route an information packet from a source in a first autonomous system via a first label switched path to a destination in a second autonomous system via first and second border routers at an interface between the fi ...


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Mark Gibson, Roy Mauger, Dave Stacey: Routing traffic in a communications network. William M Lee Jr, Lee Mann Smith Mcwilliams Sweeney & Ohlson, June 26, 2003: US20030118036-A1

In a packet communications network system, a border gateway protocol is employed to route an information packet from a source in a first autonomous system via a first label switched path to a destination in a second autonomous system via first and second border routers at an interface between the fi ...


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Mark Gibson, Roy Mauger, Dave Stacey, Robert Friskney: Traffic routing and signalling in a connectionless communications network. William M Lee Jr, Lee Mann Smith Mcwilliams Sweeney & Ohlson, July 4, 2002: US20020085559-A1

Label switched paths are installed in a label switched communications packet network. Paths are selected by defining and installing partial routes each comprising two or more paths such that an end-to-end route across the network can be defined as the concatenation of two partial routes. Signalling ...