Chinese Broadband and Next-Generation Internet

Cao Jiguang, Zhao Feng, and Ma Junfeng


Format: Cloth | Pages: 320pp
Size: 168 × 240 mm
Language: English
Price: $69.95
ISBN: 978-1-4878-0218-9


The China Next Generation (CNGI) was launched in 2003, the initial project of IPv6 in Mainland China and the largest pure IPv6 Internet in the world. Technically, the CNGI is capable of implementing “network address based on real IPv6 source address,” which is to say, it can find real locations through the user’s IP address. It is also capable of “tunnel” technology, which means running and using IPv4 applications in an IPv6 environment. In conjunction with the 2008 Beijing Olympics Games and the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, China deployed IPv6 networks. Based on the latest technology developed by China’s next-generation Internet demonstration project, this book comprehensively analyzes next-generation Internet networking scenarios and typical networking solutions, offering a holistic description of the most up-to-date directions and typical technical solutions in Internet technology and highlighting the China Broadband Strategy and its relationship with the next generation of the Internet.


Cao Jiguang, Ph.D., is a senior engineer who currently serves as the reporter for ITU-T SG13 Q20. He has served as editor for Y. 2613 and Y. 2612, and has submitted over 20 articles to the International Organization for Standardization. He is presently engaged in research on IP bearer network technology such as IP QoS and IPv6 and research on development policy for the telecommunications industry. He has presided over and participated in two research projects for the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Information Industry, the National Development and Reform Commission, and major telecom operators. He has applied for four invention patents, published more than 30 papers in leading journals, and published a monograph on technology (MSTP Technology and Its Applications).