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1 © 2003 – RNP Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil WINCO’05 Mexico City, Mexico April 2005 Tereza Cristina M. B. Carvalho ANSP (Academic Network of S. Paulo State) University of São Paulo – USP, Brazil

2 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Agenda Networking Testbeds in Brazil. ● Giga Project ● TIDIA Program and KyaTera Project KyaTera Project International Collaborative Initiatives

3 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Current experimental optical networking projects in Brazil GIGA Project - Optical Networking and Advanced Applications Testbed TIDIA Program – Advanced Internet Technologies ● e-learning ● Content Incubator ● KyaTera Testbed  Networking  WebLabs

4 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April GIGA Project (Brazil) Partnership between RNP and CPqD (former telco monopoly’s R&D centre in Campinas, SP) and Explore user control of optical fibre infrastructure ● interconnect 17 academic R&D centres along the corridor Campinas - Rio de Janeiro (~600 km) ● use of IP/DWDM with Ethernet framing over dark fibre Support R&D subprojects in optical and IP networking technology and advanced applications and services Industry participation (telcos provide the fibres; technology transfer of products and services required) Government funding for 3 years - started December 2002

5 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Experimental GIGA network (R&D only): States of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro telcos UNIFESP USP - Incor USP - C.Univ. CPqD LNLS Unicamp LNCC CPTEC UFF CTA INPE CBPF LNCC Fiocruz IME IMPA-RNP PUC-Rio telcos UERJ UFRJ Universities IME PUC-Rio UERJ UFF UFRJ Unicamp UNIFESP USP R&D Centres CBPF - physics CPqD- telecom CPTEC- meteorology CTA - aerospace Fiocruz- health IMPA - mathematics INPE - space sciences LNCC - HPC LNLS - physics About 600 km extension - not to scale

6 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April GIGA Project: initial network design long-distance DWDM network between Campinas and Rio de Janeiro ● up to 6 lambdas (lightpaths) per link CWDM metro networks (MANs) in Rio, S. Paulo and Campinas equipment: ● WDM: from Padtec (Brazil) ● IP/NxGbE: from Extreme Networks network operational in May 2004 Campinas São Paulo S.J. dos Campos C. Paulista Rio de Janeiro Campinas São PauloS. José dos Campos Rio de Janeiro Cachoeira Paulista MAN CP MAN SP MAN RJ Petrópolis Niterói

7 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April GIGA Project: R&D activities 2/3 of the GIGA project budget is for R&D activities in the following areas: ● Optical networking (CPqD) ● Network protocols and services (RNP) ● Experimental telecommunications services (CPqD) ● Scientific Services and Applications (RNP) Most of the R&D activities are contracted out to research groups in the university community (at 45 different institutions in Brazil) ● Incentives for technology transfer to industry ● The network may also be used for the development and/or demonstration of high capacity networking applications by scientific researchers in various areas (HEP, computational biology, earth sciences, etc).

8 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Rede Nordeste (NorthEast Network): integration with RNPng

9 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Rede Nordeste (NorthEast Network): integration with the testbed of Project GIGA

10 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Rede Nordeste: future of R&D of Project GIGA Project GIGA lasts for 3 years, until the end of We have as product a large laboratory for R&D in telecommunications and advanced networking – the testbed Project Rede Nordeste extends this testbed from 700 to km, connecting R&D institutions in cities in NE Brazil. It is expected that Project Rede Nordeste also includes support, from 2006, for: maintenance and operation of the extended testbed network new R&D activities in telecom and advanced networking using the extended testbed

11 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April TIDIA Program: KyaTera Project Organization KyaTera Project ● Objectives ● Organization - Working Groups  Optical Layer  Transport Layer  WebLabs

12 São Paulo State Internet Internet2 RMAV-SP RNP2 Campinas

13 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April TIDIA Organization TIDIA = IT in the Development of the Advanced Internet The TIDIA program is organized in 3 subprojects: ● KyaTera Project  Network infrastructure.  Just started in March ● E-Learning Project  E-Learning tools.  To start in May ● Content Incubator Project  Free repository for data and programs.  Operating since March, 2003.

14 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April TIDIA Organization TIDIA KyaTerae-learning Content Incubator

15 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April KyaTera Objectives Kya = Net in Tupi-GuaraniTera = speed of Terabits/s Create a communication infrastructure that enables the development of: ● Advanced applications. ● Research related to optical transmission, switching and routing. ● Research related to traffic engineering and Quality of Service. Selection of 27 Research Multi-Institutional Teams ● 5 Principal Laboratories (5 LP’s) ● 22 Associate Laboratories (22 LA’s)

16 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April KyaTera Organization Divided into 3 Working Groups: ● Optical Layer  Optical transmission, switching and routing ● Transport Layer  Traffic Engineering  Quality of Service ● WebLabs  Enables performing remote experiments through the connection of virtual laboratories or interface with remotely located devices.

17 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April KyaTera Organization KyaTera GT 1 Optical Layer GT 2 Transport Layer GT 3 Web Labs LP 1 LP 2 LP 3 LA

18 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April KyaTera Organization Experimental Network Layer 2 Layer 1 Layer 2 Experimental Network Layer 3 Experimental Network Layer 1

19 São Paulo State Internet Internet2 RMAV-SP RNP2 Campinas

20 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April KyaTera Optical Layer Araraquara São Paulo SJ Campos Cachoeira Paulista Campinas Piracicaba Botucatu Bauru SJ Rio Preto Jaboticabal São Carlos Rio Claro First Phase 2nd & 3rd Phases Towards Dark Fiber

21 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Logical Network

22 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Logical and Emulated Networks Emulated Networks Emulated Networks Emulated Networks Grid

23 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Kyatera WebLabs 12 Proposals for WebLabs Some Examples: ● Medical Data Repository for Devices Tunning ● Atmosphere Monitoring ● WebBee – remote control of bee colonies for purpose of ecological preservation.  Bee dancing (Video).  Bee sound (Audio).

24 e-Healthe-Health Medical Data Repository for Devices Tunning

25 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Medical Images for Visualization

26 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Tools for Annotation in Images

27 Atmosphere monitoring with LASER Environmental Applications Based on Laser Deployment (LAAL/IPEN)

28 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April LI ght D etection A nd R anging

29 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Lidar System TELESCOPE

30 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Lidar System

31 ViNCESViNCES Virtual Networking Center of Ecosystem Services

32 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April WebLab: Pollenizers Bioscience Institute - USP WebLab

33 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April WebBee – Information network about biodiversity among Brazilian native bees

34 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Colony Sensors Temperature Humidity “Bee detector” ● I.R. emitter-detector pair

35 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Example – Bee Count Flight activity concentration in the morning

36 Database – Weather station (at IB/USP) graphics table WebBee

37 WebBee – Information network about biodiversity among Brazilian native bees Species database: images and text

38 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April International Collaborative Initiatives International connectivity provided by Ampath for S. American countries (45 Mbps links), and by direct connections to US for MX (4x 155 Mbps links) Cooperation with Research Channel ● Development of HDTV Portal ● Transmission of Multicast Traffic – DV (Digital Video) at 30 Mbps. AmPath

39 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April International Collaborative Initiative Participation in Instinct Project (Escola Politécnica – University of São Paulo). Collaboration Projects with Ericsson Research – Sweden, Canada and Brazil ● Mobility. ● Security. ● Advanced Applications.

40 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Final Considerations Optical infrastructure makes possible and desirable new ways of building advanced networks In Brazil, optical networking has begun with experimental (testbed) networks, with developments both in networking technologies and advanced applications Requirement to link Brazil optical networking to global initiatives and create collaborative experiments.

41 Advanced Applications and Optical Networking in Brazil, April Final Considerations Some Research Areas: ● Grid Computing ● Multimedia Applications  Multicast Transmission.  HDTV and Multimedia Applications. ● Mobility. ● WebLabs. ● e-learning. ● e-health. Using: ● Dark Fiber Connection: Ligth Path Connections. ● Clara Network.


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