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1 IST Programme Photonics Technologies in the EU Information Society Technologies (IST) Workprogramme Andrew Houghton European Commission, DG Information Society Photonics 2000, Manchester July 4-5, 2000 Optical Research in IST

2 IST Programme EU RTD Programmes strengthen the international competitiveness of Community industry provide appropriate incentives for maintaining and creating jobs in the Community promote sustainable development and improve the quality of life in the Community the needs of other Community policies in support of which the RTD actions are carried out scientific and technical cooperation agreements between the Community and third countries (CD , OJ L26/48)

3 IST Programme 2nd 3rd4th 5th Framework Programme RACE 1 RACE 2 ACTS Basic Technologies Services History of the IST Programme TAP Information Society Technologies ESPRIT3 TAP ESPRIT4 ESPRIT

4 IST Programme Challenges for the Photonic Network To enable an efficient and affordable communications infrastructure! To enable an efficient and affordable communications infrastructure!

5 IST Programme TELECOMS: SWITCHING and TRANSMISSION INTERNET: ROUTERS and PIPES USE OPTICS for PIPES: +also for ROUTERS??? PIPES: Bit-rates and BER NETWORK: QoS and GRANULARITY TERMINALS: Mobile!! CLIENT LAYERS and/or APPLICATION LAYERS THE NEW PARADIGM FOR COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS

6 IST Programme Progress in Photonics Technologies ~12x DWDM boosts Performance ~4 years Transmission Rate Gbit/s From Research to Commercial availability: 4 Years Lead-time 12 fold Performance Increase

7 IST Programme April 1998: 3 Pan-European network operators April 2000: 25 Pan-European network operators GTS (Hermes/Esprit), Viatel/CIRCE, MCI Worldcom Concert (BT/AT&T), i-21, Level (3), EBN + Global 1 (FT) COLT, Carrier1, KPN Qwest + + … Most of these networks overlap, and cover Amsterdam- London- Paris-Frankfurt, but ignore regions of central Europe, southern Italy, southern Spain... Pan-European Fibreoptic Network Operators OD1

8 IST Programme Optical Transport Layer - DWDM SDH Network User Traffic ATM, Frame Relay IP Packet Services Virtual Circuit Services Circuit Services Optical Services Network Model

9 IST Programme $0 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $600 $700 $800 $ Other Components Optical Switches Filters Optical Amplifiers Couplers/Splitters Receivers Transmitters Connectors Fiber-Optic Cable We are early in the cycle of growth. ($ billions) Optical Component Market OD71

10 IST Programme Roadmap for Photonics Technologies

11 IST Programme “THE PROBLEM AREAS IN OPTICAL NETWORKS ARE MOSTLY NON-OPTICAL” ALL NETWORKS USE MORE AND MORE OPTICS BUT OPTICAL HARDWARE IS A DECREASING PROBLEM THE PRIORITY RTD FOR FUTURE OPTICAL NETWORKS MAY BE IN MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, PROTOCOLS, MAC LAYERS, CLIENT ADAPTATION LAYERS…. CAN OPTICAL RTD BE DIRECTED TO SOLVING THESE PROBLEMS? (+FOR ACCESS NETWORKS, RTD IN DIGGING HOLES??? ) THE PARADOX FOR OPTICAL NETWORK R+D

12 IST Programme Challenges for Photonic Core Networks Increase Capacity per Fibre Efficient Optical Network Nodes (Cross-connects and Multiplexers) Management System Protection and Restoration

13 IST Programme Photonic Networking Evolution Technology evolution WDM transmission OADM WDM transmission with add/drop OADM WDM rings with node addressing OADM WDM rings with full connectivity OXC Interconnected rings and mesh topologies Year

14 IST Programme European Information Infrastructure Core Network: 2003 WDM Ring Network: “Domains” linked by switches “Domains” linked by switches

15 IST Programme European Information Infrastructure Core Network: 2007 Meshed WDM Network: Cross-connects, OADMs and Terabit/s links Clients: SDH, ATM, IP, NGP?

16 IST Programme Challenges for Photonic Metropolitan Networks Support All Services (Internet, Mobile, Broadcast) Flexible Bandwidth Allocation Flexible Cross-connects and Multiplexers Efficient Interfacing with Communications Higher Layers (IP) Interworking with other Networks Management System Protection and Restoration

17 IST Programme Challenges for Photonic Access Networks LOW COST - AFFORDABLE ACCESS! Efficient Combination with other Technologies (wireless, xDSL...) Flexible Bandwidth Allocation Cheap and easy-to-use Access Gateways Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime

18 IST Programme User and Service Requirements 1E+00 1E+01 1E+02 1E+03 1E+04 1E+021E+031E+041E+051E+061E+071E+08 1E+09 Information content (bits) Response time (ms) 64kb/s 100kb/s1Mb/s10 Mb/s 100Mb/s 1Gb/s A. POTS B. Videoconferencing (low quality) C. Videoconferencing (high quality) D. Teleworking E. Telelearning F. Information exchange and retrieval G. Entertainment A B E D G C F Source: Heinrich Hertz Institute (including Internet)

19 IST Programme Multi-Service Access Network Coaxial Cable Optical Fibre Wireless/Radio Copper Pair SIP Voice Services Service Integration Point Data Services VOD Services Optical Network Interface CaTV Head-End Core Network UMTS base station OD5

20 IST Programme The IST Programme ; Total Budget: 3600M EUR Key Action 1: Systems and services for the citizen Key Action 2: New methods of work and e- commerce Key Action 3: Multimedia content and tools Key Action 4: Essential Technologies and Infrastructures Future & Emerging Technologies Research Networking Cross-Programme Themes

21 IST Programme MOBILE AND PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS AND SYSTEMS AND SATELLITES KEY ACTION 4: ESSENTIAL TECHNOLOGIES AND INFRASTRUCTURES TECHNOLOGIES AND ENGINEERING FOR SOFTWARE, SYSTEMS AND SERVICES REAL-TIME, LARGE-SCALE SIMULATION AND VISUALISATION INTERFACES PERIPHERALS SUB-SYSTEMS MICRO SYSTEMS MICROELECTRONICS INFORMATION PROCESSING, COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKS

22 IST Programme INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORK INTEGRATION PROTOCOLS: IP, WAP … OPTICAL CORE NETWORK ACCESS NETWORK DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS REALTIME SYSTEMS SERVICES PROVISION TAKEUPTAKEUP KA1 KA2 KA3 NETWORK MANAGEMENT WP2000 Key Action IV.2 (UnitE1)

23 IST Programme Interdependence of Research Areas CONCEPTS + MATERIALS COMPONENTS + DEVICES SYSTEMS + NETWORKS PROTOTYPESPROTOTYPES SPECIFICATIONSSPECIFICATIONS

24 IST Programme The IST Workprogramme 1999 First Call For Proposals; 19 March 1999: Key Action 4: Essential Technologies and Infrastructures Network integration, interoperability and interworking Network management and service-level interworking All-optical and terabit networks Advanced optoelectronics and microelectronics Future & Emerging Technologies: (+FET Open): P1 Quantum information processing and communications Second Call For Proposals; September 1999: Research Networking RN1 Testbeds for advanced networking and application experiments

25 IST Programme Snapshot of IST’s first call  Initial focus on RTD activities  Response 2,486 proposals ….. …….. for 5,300 MEuro funding 2,486 proposals ….. …….. for 5,300 MEuro funding  Retained for Negotiation 475 proposals ……………... for 817 MEuro funding 475 proposals ……………... for 817 MEuro funding  Selection Ratio ~1 : 5.2 for proposals …………. ~1 : 6.5 for funding

26 IST Programme

27 Current technological strengths:: Materials, components and subsystems: - Photonic crystals (PCIC, PICCO, PHOBOS) - Lasers and LEDs (GSQ, AGETHA, TUNVIC) - High brightness sources(WILD, ULTRABRIGHT) - THz imaging (TERAVISION) Application areas: Photonic networks (local, core), amplifiers, WDM, med.imaging Trend for call 4: All-optical and hybrid low-cost functional components contact: Optoelectronics in IST

28 IST Programme Displays / Sensors / Actuators New IST projects - Call 1  PLADIS PDP technologies for low cost and performance  HIGHLIGHT Passive B&W / color Polymer LEDs  ADCIS Medium Voltage FED displays for automotive  OCDIS Bi-refringent films for LCD compensation

29 IST Programme New IST projects - Call 2 negotiated but not yet signed  OEDIBUS Car driver assistance system based on a new flat and slim see- through head up display.  CANADIS Large area field emission displays based on carbon nanotube cathode materials.  CROMATEAM Low power very large message boards based on 2D tiling of LCD pixels for highways and city public information

30 IST Programme The IST Workprogramme 2000 FET OPEN Call For Proposals 3rd Call For Proposals: Feb 8, 2000: RN2, RN3, RN4 4th Call For Proposals: June Terabit Core Networks Optoelectronic Technologies 5th Call for Proposals: September Network Integration CPA6 Next Generation Networks

31 IST Programme Key Action 4.2 Highlight: Terabit Core Networks NETWORK MANAGEMENT Mobile- IP-WDM INTEGRATION ALL-OPTICAL DWDM TERABIT CORE NETWORK CHALLENGE: Optical Packet Switching Q of S OPEN SERVICE PLATFORM HIGH CAPACITY

32 IST Programme Regional Infrastructure Investment The projected growth in bandwidth usage shows that all users will require Mbit/s by around optical fibre infrastructure fibre for residential users Support for investment to encourage the provision of optical fibre infrastructure for use by public services (hospitals, schools, administration…) in peripheral Regions will also facilitate the future provision of fibre for residential users in these areas OD7

33 IST Programme high speed optical fibre data networks The primary aim should be to put into place high speed optical fibre data networks in each local or Regional area: optical Gigabit Ethernet or 1.2Gbit/s fibre connection  all universities, training centres, research institutes and libraries should have a optical Gigabit Ethernet or 1.2Gbit/s fibre connection. 622Mbit/s or Fast Ethernet optical fibre connection  Secondary schools should have 622Mbit/s or Fast Ethernet optical fibre connection.*  A 55Mbit/s optical link  A 55Mbit/s optical link (or VDSL) would be sufficient for most primary schools. * based on 1000 pupils, 1 PC per 10 pupils, fast Internet connection=2Mbit/s per PC Network Infrastructure Investment OD6

34 IST Programme CONCLUSIONS  The future Global Information Infrastructure will be based on WDM optical networks  Optical network implementation will be driven by client layer requirements and by the availability of technology  Photonic Technologies RTD has an important place in the IST Programme, to provide the infrastructure of the Information Society

35 IST Programme Contact Co-ordinates DG Information Society All-optical and terabit networks Andrew HOUGHTON Advanced opto-electronics and microelectronics Henri RAJBENBACH Displays Marc BOUKERCHE Quantum information processing and communications Gustav KALBE EUROPA server: IST Programme: - CORDIS: ACTS Photonics Homepage:


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