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1 © Ole Brun Madsen1 Infrastructure Operator neutral broadband infrastructure on regional level - new methods in Design & Planning Ole Brun Madsen Professor Aalborg Universitet Draka Comteq’s Datacom Event at Comwell Roskilde 19-21 May 2003

2 © Ole Brun Madsen2 E = mc 4 E= Evolution of Communications m = Multimedia Communications c = Consumer Electronics c = Computer Technology c = Communication Technology c = Contents After Prof. Dr. Ramjee Prasad, AAU (c)Computer Technology (c)Communication Technology (c)Consumer Electronics (E) Evolution Communications (m) Multimedia Communication ( IP based ) (c) Contents

3 © Ole Brun Madsen3 The Digital North Denmark The Digital North Denmark is a set of 89 regional IT project, which is to run over 3 years (2001 - 2003). The funding is more than DKK 500 mill. 1/3 granted by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. The objective is to explore the potentials of the network society for all citizens of North Denmark. One of the major themes is IT Infrastructure with 4 projects

4 © Ole Brun Madsen4 Nordjysk Netforum One of the major projects is Nordjysk Netforum The main objectives of Nordjysk Netforum is a long-term strategy and development plan for the North Denmark Regional IT Infrastructure. The intention is at the same time to let Nordjysk Netforum act as centre of competence in the field of IT infrastructure

5 © Ole Brun Madsen5 FTTH One of the main conclusions is, that FTTH has to be established within the next 10 year, in order to meet the demand for next generation services. Special emphasise has to be invested in planning methods in order to implement a new fibre based infrastructure covering all citizens in an economical realistic scale and to ensure that the future needs for QoS is supported.

6 © Ole Brun Madsen6 The Swedish connection General guide to a future-proof IT infrastructure Report 37/2001 The Swedish ICT Commission Hans Wallberg Chairman of the Observatory for IT Infrastructure Member of the ICT Commission Christer Marking Administrative Director, the ICT Commission

7 © Ole Brun Madsen7 Strategy & Development, Sweden 2,5 GSEK National trunk net 2,6 GSEK Regional networks Infrastructure plans 3,2 GSEK Municipality Networks 1,2 Tax compensation 1,2 Municipal Networks 0,8 Other

8 © Ole Brun Madsen8 Politics, Needed Infrastructure Investments in Denamrk 1000 km Highway - app. 27 Bill. DKK 1000 km Infrastructure - app. 0,1 Bill. DKK 1 Big Belt Bridge - app. 27 Bill. DKK 1 Modern Fibre Infrastructure for all - app. 27 Bill. DKK If coordinated! - app. 100 - 200 Bill. DKK If we continue as now!

9 © Ole Brun Madsen9 Networks before Monopoly, one network per service Information transport Information consumersInformation providers

10 © Ole Brun Madsen10 Networks, yesterday Liberalisation, more networks per service Information transport Information consumersInformation providers

11 © Ole Brun Madsen11 Networks today Globalisation, more networks per service, more services per network Information transport Information consumersInformation providers

12 © Ole Brun Madsen12 Networks, in the future Convergence, all services on all networks Information transport Information consumersInformation providers Information brokers

13 © Ole Brun Madsen13 Converging Infrastructure Combining PANs/LANs/MANs/WANs Networks, in the future, New Demands Convergence 1 st Intl WORKSHOP ON REAL-TIME LANS IN THE INTERNET AGE Technical University of Vienna, Austria June 18, 2002 Convergence Ole Brun Madsen, J. Dalsgaard Nielsen and Henrik Schiøler Department of Control Engineering Aalborg University, Denmark RTLIA 2002

14 © Ole Brun Madsen14 Infrastructure, in the future, New Demands The reliability issue is addressed from a structural viewpoint, with a new concept: SQoS is defined in order to support reliability modelling in communication infrastructures with a graph theoretical approach to support reliability management in complex communication infrastructures. Structural QoS (SQoS)

15 © Ole Brun Madsen15 Infrastructure The goal is to reach a point were a set of SQoS parameters, reflecting the properties of the underlying infrastructure, is part of the total set of negotiable QoS parameters. It should act as the base for service provisioning on a global scale for the highly dependable applications, end-to-end from the NAN/PAN/LAN environment across the MANs and WANs. The time has come, where this scenario should play a central role in the global IP worldwide evolution and bring us out of the unsatisfactory dark “best effort” age, into a position where the guarantied quality opens an endless world of new promising applications, unthinkable in the present situation. SQoS

16 © Ole Brun Madsen16 Architecture PAN, LANWANMAN Transport System Global CO Services Access Infrastructure End User Infrastructure Transport System Local CP Services Global distributions Infrastructure Transport System Global CO Services Transport System Local CP Terminals SQoS

17 © Ole Brun Madsen17 SQoS Structure & Performance  shortest distances =71 Max Dist =6 1 2 3 4 55 5 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 66 5 4 3 2 N2R(11;1)

18 © Ole Brun Madsen18 SQoS Structure & Performance  shortest distances =59 Max Dist =5 1 2 3 4 55 4 3 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 44 3 3 2 2 N2R(11;2)

19 © Ole Brun Madsen19 SQoS  shortest distances =55 Max Dist =4 1 2 3 4 44 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 2 3 33 3 2 3 2 N2R(11;3) Structure & Performance

20 © Ole Brun Madsen20 SQoS  shortest distances =53 Max Dist =4 1 2 3 3 44 3 3 2 1 1 2 3 3 2 33 2 3 3 2 N2R(11;4) Structure & Performance

21 © Ole Brun Madsen21 SQoS N2R(11;5)  shortest distances =55 Max Dist =4 1 2 3 4 33 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 3 22 3 4 3 2 Structure & Performance

22 © Ole Brun Madsen22 The North Denmark Development Model

23 © Ole Brun Madsen23 The initial 4 municipalities Brønderslev Hals Sæby Frederikshavn

24 © Ole Brun Madsen24 The initial 4 municipalities Automatic generated FTTH infrastructure plans

25 © Ole Brun Madsen25 Hals Municipality NT ( Network Termination points)

26 © Ole Brun Madsen26 Hals Municipality Potential IT Main Distribution points

27 © Ole Brun Madsen27 Hals Municipality Logical plan

28 © Ole Brun Madsen28 Physical plan NT & digital road map FTTH Hals Municipality, The North Jutland Model > 500 NT-MN 200 – 500 NT-MN 50 – 200NT-MN 10 – 50NT-MN 1 – 10NT-MN Potential Distribution Network

29 © Ole Brun Madsen29 Physical plan NT & digital road map FTT Business Hals Municipality, The North Jutland Model NT Business 50 – 200NT-MN 10 – 50NT-MN 1 – 10NT-MN

30 © Ole Brun Madsen30 Physical plan NT & digital road map FTT Business, Public Sector & Agriculture Hals Municipality, The North Jutland Model > 500 NT-MN 200 – 500 NT-MN 50 – 200NT-MN 10 – 50NT-MN 1 – 10NT-MN Potential Distribution Network NT Public NT Business NT Agriculture

31 © Ole Brun Madsen31 Hals Municipality, Economy Frederikshavn

32 © Ole Brun Madsen32 Potential Double Ring Backbone substructure Hals Municipality, The North Jutland Model

33 © Ole Brun Madsen33 Brønderslev Municipality FTTH

34 © Ole Brun Madsen34 Brønderslev Municipality Energy Production

35 © Ole Brun Madsen35 Brønderslev Municipality Energy Network WAN Distributed Control Infrastructure

36 © Ole Brun Madsen36 De 12 next Municipalities, Region Aalborg

37 © Ole Brun Madsen37 Region Aalborg, Back Bone

38 © Ole Brun Madsen38 The North Denmark Region


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