Strategic Opportunities: ATM Applications

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REPORT NO.    A292731196932    270+ PAGES   55 TABLES AND FIGURES   1996    

    

    Solutions targeted to specific industry segments represent the strongest growth strategy for companies participating in ATM markets. ATM equipment and service configurations positioned to meet specific client needs are described in this study. End to end systems configuration are described. Services targeted to a range of industry segments are described; e.g. the 3000 distance learning programs and the 2000 telemedicine projects. The 10,000 ATM trial installations represent a springboard of market opportunity. Applications described in this study are those poised to trigger remarkable and sustained market growth for ATM equipment and services. 

 

 

STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITIES: 

ATM APPLICATIONS

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How will campus network ATM applications evolve?

 

What applications are pushing router replacement with ATM switches?

 

What applications are a driving force for increased bandwidth to the desktop?

 

Are virtual LANs the answer to workgroup sharing?

 

What does ATM mean for  the Internet?

 

 

 

EVOLVING MARKET OPPORTUNITIES

 

 

 

REPORT OUTLINE

executive summary

 

1. MARKET DEFINITION

1.1 Product applications

1.2 ATM packets

1.3 Cell adaptation

1.4. End to end ATM

1.5 Cable head-end

1.6 Spectrum of protocols

1.7 ATM application market drivers

1.8 Cost  of ATM

 

2. MARKET FORECASTS       Error!

2.1-LANS

2.2 Physicians

2.3 Distance learning

2.4 Transactions

2.5 Remittance processing

2.6 SNA internetworking

2.7 Internet access

2.8 Videoconferencing

2.9 Video advertising

2.10. Personal computers

 

3. APPLICATIONS DRIVING ATM IMPLEMENTATION

3.1 Solutions

3.2 LANE and VLANS

3.2.1 LAN

3.2.2 VLANS

3.2.3 Cost of ownership

3.2.4 Consolidated SNA and LAN interconnect network

3.2.5 Microsoft licenses Fore systems' LAN emulation client code for integration with Windows

3.2.6 WAN enhancements

3.2.7 Agile networks ATM at Hewlett-Packard      35

3.2.8 Telenordia selects Siemens-Newbridge for  ATM network expansion  38

3.3 Wide Area Network         42

3.3.1 Northern Telecom and Bell Atlantic network integration team

3.3.2 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is Bell Atlantic ATM customer

3.3.3 FUJITSU initiatives

3.4 Value-added data packet services

3.4.1 Ameritech Packet

3.5 Team work sharing

3.6 Distance learning

3.6.1 Litton-Fibercom ATM multiplexer used on the North Carolina information highway

3.6.2 Bell Atlantic builds "virtual campus" at George Mason University

3.7.Telemedicine

3.7.1 Cardiac surgery

3.7.2 Medical education

3.7.3 Oklahoma telemedicine network

3.7.4 Reimbursement

3.7.5 Specialists

3.7.6 Dialysis

3.7.7 Medical image

3.7.8 Infrastructure

3.7.9 Medical imaging

3.7.10 Altering patterns of health care delivery

3.7.11 Teleradiology

3.7.12 Telepathology

3.7.13 Neuro-surgery

3.7.14 Health information

3.7.15 Diagnosis 127

3.7.16 Internet access       128

3.7.17 Medical libraries   128

3.7.18 Electronic patient

3.7.19 Host program   135

Shine, Suny, Pediatric oncology telemedicine

3.7.20 Western governors telemedicine effort        140

3.7.21 Preventative                  141

3.7.22 Artificial intelligence

3.7.23 Language translation

3.7.24 Barriers to telemedicine

3.7.25 Economic impact

3.7.26 World Health Organization uses Fore

3.7.27 UB Networks hospital system

3.8 Desktop

3.9 Video parameters

3.10 Telecommunications

3.10.1 Fore systems / Teleport Communications

3.11 Video conferencing

3.11.1 Collaboration

3.11.2 Real-time problem solving

3.12 Internet

3.13 Shopping

3.14 Multimedia

3.15 ATM driving forces

3.16 Advertising

3.17 Billing systems

3.18 CD ROM delivery

3.19 Video arraignment

3.20 Entertainment

3.20.1 Sony Trans Com / Fore Systems

3.20.2 in-flight entertainment

3.20.3 Fore Systems / General Instrument

3.21 Financial services

3.22 Internet

3.22.1 Transport service

3.22.2 Structure

3.22.3 Financing

3.23 Manufacturing

3.23.1 Chrysler

 

4. TECHNOLOGY

4.1 Interoperability

4.1.1 fore atm Interoperability

4.1.2 Rigorous interoperability testing

4.1.3 ipsilon networks

4.1.4 ibm end to end

4.1.5 adaptec and cisco

4.2 Technology shelf

4.3 Java

4.3.1 ub networks

4.3.2 IBM

4.3.3 Sun

4.4 Middleware messaging

4.4.1 Integration in ATM switches

4.5 ATM adapters

 

 

 


COMPANY PROFILES

ADAPTEC

ADC KENTROX

AGILE NETWORKS

ATMNET

ALCATEL

AT&T

BAY NETWORKS

CABLETRON

CASCADE

CISCO

3COM CORPORATION

CROSSCOMM

DIGITAL EQUIPMENT

DYNATECH/TTC

EFFICIENT NETWORKS

FASTCOMM COMMUNICATIONS

FORE SYSTEMS

FUJITSU

GENERAL DATACOMM

GENERAL INSTRUMENT

HEWLETT-PACKARD

IBM

INTERPHASE

LANOPTICS

LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES

MADGE NETWORKS

MICROSOFT

NCR

NETSCAPE

NCUBE

NETWORK EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

NEWBRIDGE NETWORKS

NORTHERN TELECOM LIMITED

ALL-OPTICAL NETWORKING CONSORTIUM

PACIFIC TELESIS

RSA DATA SECURITY

SPRINT

SIEMENS

STRATACOM

SUN MICROSYSTEMS

UB NETWORKS

U.S. ROBOTICS

WHITTAKER

WHITETREE

XYLAN          

REPORT METHODOLOGY

This is the twelfth in a series of market forecasts of networking and interoperability.  The project leaders have significant experience preparing industry studies.  Forecasts are based on primary research and proprietary data bases.  In-depth interviews are conducted with a broad range of key participants and opinion leaders.

 


 

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES


FORECASTS    1995-2000 

LANS

Physicians

Distance Learning

Transactions

Remittance processing

SNA Internetworking

Internet access

 

 

Videoconferencing

Video Advertising

Personal computers

Driving forces for ATM

 

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