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1 Development of Taiwan Academic Broadband Network Dr. Simon C. Lin Computing Centre Academia Sinica Taipei, Taiwan 24 Jan., 2002

2 Simon C. Lin Content Taiwan Academic Network Introduction Future Internet Development Taipei GigaPoP Deployment Taiwan Academic Network 2002 APAN Taiwan Future Plan Conclusion

3 Simon C. Lin Taiwan Academic Network Introduction Taiwan Academic Network, the infrastructure of research and educational service network in Taiwan Initiated on July, 1990 An IP based T1 backbone

4 Simon C. Lin Taiwan Academic Network Backbone

5 Simon C. Lin Milestones initiated Kbps IPLC connected to JvNCnet, US US link upgraded to 256Kbps First international research network: 128Kbps IPLC by Academia Sinica US link upgraded to 512Kbps US link upgraded to T ASCC proposed to upgrade US link to T US link upgraded to T1 x 2, and move to California, US US link upgraded to T3 – Based on Academia Sinica proposal National Backbone upgraded to T TANet 2 initiated 1998 STAR TAP connected Kbps IPLC connected to HARNet, Hong Kong Kbps IPLC connected to KEK-JP, Japan 1999 Japan link upgraded to T1

6 Simon C. Lin Taiwan Academic Network Structure DS-3 TaiTong_POP HwaLian_POP USA 155Mbps 45Mbps 310Mbps

7 Simon C. Lin Content Taiwan Academic Network IntroductionTaiwan Academic Network Introduction Future Internet Development Taipei GigaPoP DeploymentTaipei GigaPoP Deployment Taiwan Academic Network 2002Taiwan Academic Network 2002 APAN TaiwanAPAN Taiwan Future PlanFuture Plan ConclusionConclusion

8 Simon C. Lin Future Internet Development Bandwidth Glut based on a single Internet Protocol (IP) which will allow existing voice, data and video services running as applications on IP. Internet will be everywhere like air, always-on as water and electricity. Connectionism, Scalability and Criticality are three major characteristics. Internet is a paradigm shift and survival issue, which will provide advanced platform for new service models.

9 Simon C. Lin IP over Dark Fibre Low cost, Effective Infinite bandwidth High Performance Router acts as the main switching routing device instead of SONET/SDH switched. LAN invades the WAN - no complex SONET or ATM required in network A network with multiple paths, full DNS and http caching can be more reliable than the SONET/SDH network Enables new applications and services not possible with traditional telecom service providers It will fundamentally change the traditional carrier- customer relationship Extending the Internet model of autonomous peering networks to the telecom world

10 Simon C. Lin Next Generation Internet (NGI) Applications Broadband Always-on Everywhere Intelligent, Natural, Easy, Trusted Internet will provide a powerful and versatile environment for business, education, culture, and entertainment, etc. Where are the Content? How do we create, store, manage, retrieve, and deliver these content? Scalability is the keyword!

11 Simon C. Lin Internet Revolution is not Over but Prolonged Poor business models and bad policies can hamper Internet usefulness the governmental regulation body could not realize the tremendous power of this paradigm shift Therefore, the point-to-point Internet bandwidth is still not sufficient to afford the NGI Applications the public has been led into misconception of the development of telecommunication business model Internet is under prolonged revolution for the moment due to the over-expectation of advanced applications where the global infrastructure is not available yet

12 Simon C. Lin Drives for Direct Internet Connection Increasing needs for Grid architecture Distributed Computing Collaborative Video communication, HDTV, Large-scale Video conferencing, Music Delivery Remote Instrumentation, Medical Imaging Digital Libraries/Museum ENUM VoIP Service Infrastructure, Wide area pure IP telephony

13 Simon C. Lin Content Taiwan Academic Network IntroductionTaiwan Academic Network Introduction Future Internet DevelopmentFuture Internet Development Taipei GigaPoP Deployment Taiwan Academic Network 2002Taiwan Academic Network 2002 APAN TaiwanAPAN Taiwan Future PlanFuture Plan ConclusionConclusion

14 Simon C. Lin Taipei GigaPoP Deployment As a national leader of research and higher education, Academia Sinica initiated Taipei GigaPoP project on 1997 Goal –Resolution to current metropolitan network problems –Platform for adventurous service models deployment –Pushing IP over dark fiber Model instead of SONet/SDH infrastructure ROW: took 2 years Fibre Deployment:

15 Simon C. Lin Taipei GigaPoP’s Role Point of Aggregation Provides traffic exchange Variety of speed Point of policy implementation telecommunication regulation AUPs Portal Point of backbone uplink Buying power and shared use between collaborating partners

16 Simon C. Lin Taipei GigaPoP Service IPv4 Content co-location Cache Service High capacity & reliability Best effort QoS vs. Bandwidth Multicast one sources to many receivers (lectures) few sources to few receivers (meeting)

17 Simon C. Lin Taipei GigaPoP Infrastructure May, 2000 DPT OC48 DPT OC192 GE OC12 ATM NTU IAMS, IIAS of AS MOE City Hall AS

18 Simon C. Lin Leading Technology User owned metropolitan network infrastructure First G655 fibre deployment on Taiwan First IP over dark fibre service network on Taiwan –OC192 –OC48 dual ring: Cisco DPT technology –Gigabit Ethernet –OC12 ATM

19 Simon C. Lin Content Taiwan Academic Network IntroductionTaiwan Academic Network Introduction Future Internet DevelopmentFuture Internet Development Taipei GigaPoP DeploymentTaipei GigaPoP Deployment Taiwan Academic Network 2002 APAN TaiwanAPAN Taiwan Future PlanFuture Plan ConclusionConclusion

20 Simon C. Lin Movement of Infrastructure and Service Model Network infrastructure and service model has been changed significantly after Taipei GigaPoP. Bringing in Ethernet service Bringing in dark fibre service Bringing in IRU service model of international link to end user.

21 Simon C. Lin Target of Taiwan Academic Network Fast Ethernet to every school and Gigabit Ethernet to major education/research institutions – 2002 Gigabit Ethernet to every school and 10Gbp to major education/research institutions by 2005

22 Simon C. Lin International Infrastructure Jan., 2002

23 Simon C. Lin Gigabit backbone March, 2002

24 Simon C. Lin Taiwan Biomedical Research Network

25 Simon C. Lin Infrastructure Movement of Taiwan Academic Network The Gigabit Ethernet backbone will be the educational service network. The Biomedical Research Network may become part of the Taiwan Research Network. Partnership of paublic and private sectors to provide Dark Fibre and Lambda Internet. DWDM testbed is undergoing now.

26 Simon C. Lin Content Taiwan Academic Network IntroductionTaiwan Academic Network Introduction Future Internet DevelopmentFuture Internet Development Taipei GigaPoP DeploymentTaipei GigaPoP Deployment Taiwan Academic Network 2002Taiwan Academic Network 2002 APAN Taiwan Future PlanFuture Plan ConclusionConclusion

27 Simon C. Lin APAN-TW An international co-operation research service network Initiated on 1998 –256Kbps to KEK, Japan –512Kbps to HARNet, Hong Kong APAN Primary Member: Nov Infrastructure Upgrade –STM-1 to Japan: FEx2 to APAN at Tokyo IX –STM-1 to Hong Kong: HARNet and Others

28 Simon C. Lin Stm-1 Stm-1*2 APAN-TW Network Service

29 Simon C. Lin APAN-TW Consortium Chair: Dr. Jer-Nan Juang, National Center for High-Performance Computing Secretariat: Dr. Simon C. Lin, Academia Sinica NOC Director: Wen Shui Chen, Academia Sinica Technology Chair: Jan Ming Ho Academia Sinica User Community Chair: Dr. Fay Sheu, National Center for High-Performance Computing Natural Resources Area: Dr. Kwang-Tsao Shao, Academia Sinica

30 Simon C. Lin Content Taiwan Academic Network IntroductionTaiwan Academic Network Introduction Future Internet DevelopmentFuture Internet Development Taipei GigaPoP DeploymentTaipei GigaPoP Deployment Taiwan Academic Network 2002Taiwan Academic Network 2002 APAN TaiwanAPAN Taiwan Future Plan ConclusionConclusion

31 Simon C. Lin International Infrastructure US Gigabit connection: 2002 Europe STM-1 Link: planning (?) Other links to AP countries (?) Application-specific AP regional infrastructure

32 Simon C. Lin National Optical Network

33 Simon C. Lin Agenda Taiwan Academic Network IntroductionTaiwan Academic Network Introduction Future Internet DevelopmentFuture Internet Development Taipei GigaPoP DeploymentTaipei GigaPoP Deployment Taiwan Academic Network 2002Taiwan Academic Network 2002 Future PlanFuture Plan Conclusion

34 Simon C. Lin Conclusion Taiwan has recognized the importance of access to low cost dark fiber as fundamental economic enabler Taiwan must take advantage of Internet network principles and abandon the old Telecom's way of thinking Directions: Direct Link, Pure IP-based, Route/Path redundancy, Peering & Transit, etc. Scientific Collaboration, Digital Library/Archive for the Next Generation Internet Applications will become mature in the 21st century Resource sharing infrastructure may be the next big thing after WWW


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