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The Intelligent Optical Network An Overview. Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 2 Agenda Intelligent Optical.

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1 The Intelligent Optical Network An Overview

2 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 2 Agenda Intelligent Optical Networks –Systems, topologies, capabilities Intellegent Network Control –Technologies, standards, interoperability

3 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 3 Networks for Science Very high bandwidth pipes –Scale: Campus to International –Diverse service types Agility and Dynamism –Multi-site collaborative groups –Service endpoint agility –Rapid provisioning Internetworking –Integrate with packet infrastructure –Support existing optical services Wavelength Provisioning – –Aggregate traffic onto wavelengths near the user – –Transparently switch wavelengths at a broad scope Unified Control Plane – –Reuse existing IP technologies – –Standardized methods – –GMPLS Standardized Data Plane – –G.709, other standards – –Incorporate external (“alien”) ITU-T grid wavelengths NeedsSolutions

4 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 4 Optical Systems OADM   40 channel DWDM   8 channel CWDM   640 km Optical reach with family of EDFAs   1,000+ km with Raman   GMPLS enabled RayROADM ROADM   Dynamically select passthrough or add/drop, per-wavelength   Embedded OPM, automatic per- wavelength equalization   All-optical, 40G-ready   GMPLS enabled eROADMMD-ROADM Multi-degree ROADM   4x4 DWDM switching   40 channels per degree   Integrated pre/post-amps   All-optical, 40G-ready   GMPLS enabled RayExpress

5 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 5 Scalable Wavelength Switching Single port 1x1x40 switch – –MEMS or AWG technology – –Block (add/drop), Pass – –eROADM, RayROADM Multi-port 1x5x40 switch – –MEMS technology – –Select waves from multiple ports – –Stackable, up to 4x4 matrix Monolithic 10x10x40 iWSS – –MEMS technology – –High density, low per-wave cost iWSS

6 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 6 Digital Wrapper Multiplexing OTU2 FEC Client Layer Signal (e.g. STM-16, ATM, GFP) ODU1 ODU1 OH Alignm ODU2 4x OPU1 OH Client Layer Signal (e.g. STM-16) ODU1 OH Alignm OPU1 OH Client Layer Signal (e.g. STM-16) ODU1 OH Alignm OPU1 OH Client Layer Signal (e.g. STM-16) ODU1 OH Alignm OPU1 OH Client Layer Signal (e.g. STM-16, ATM, GFP) ODU1 OH Alignm OPU1 OH ODU2 OH OPU2 OH OPU2 Payload ODU2 OH Alignm OPU2 OH OTU2 OH Client Layer Signal (e.g. STM-16) ODU1 OH Alignm OPU1 OH Client Layer Signal (e.g. STM-16) ODU1 OH Alignm OPU1 OH Client Layer Signal (e.g. STM-16) ODU1 OH Alignm OPU1 OH Client Layer Signal (e.g. STM-16, ATM, GFP) ODU1 OH Alignm OPU1 OH Client Layer Signal STS48 Client Layer Signal STS48 Client Layer Signal STS48 Performence Monitors for Each OC48 Digital Wrapper Pointer Adjustments for Each OC48 Performence Monitors Top Level 10G Stream Forward Error Correction for Top Level 10G Stream Transport integration – –Standardized data plane – –Single encapsulation format – –Advanced capabilities FEC PMs – –G.709 ITU-T standard Result: – –Identical capabilities across diverse payloads – –improved monitoring, robustness

7 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 7 Network Topologies RingConfigurable RingRing Interconnect / Mesh Fixed service endpoints Ring pathways OADM Selectable service endpoints Ring pathways eROADM, RayROADM Selectable service endpoints Diverse/mesh pathways MD-ROADM

8 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 8 Optical Standards 1.Client Interfaces 1.Ethernet: 2xGbE, 8xGbE, 10G-WAN, 10G-LAN 2.SONET/SDH: 4xOC3/OC12, 1xOC48, 4xOC48, 1xOC192 (also STM equivalents) 3.ESCON: 1xESCON, 2xESCON, 12xESCON 4.FC/FICON: 1xFC, 2xFC, 1xFICON, 2xFICON 5.G.709: 1xOTU1, 1xOTU2 6.SFP/XFP pluggable optics 7.Optical/Section PMs, RMON 2.Transmission Interfaces 1.2R Transparent, 3R Transparent, optional PMs 2.OTU1, OTU2, optional FEC 3.External Wavelength, integrated VOA control 4.40 lambda ITU-T grid DWDM (1530 – 1560nm) 5.8 lambda CWDM support 3.Certifications 1.NEBS 2.OSMINE 3.RoHS

9 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 9 GMPLS Superset of MPLS –Identical concepts, mechanisms, protocols IP-based, reuse existing stable/tested/battle-hardened protocols –Expands the concept of a “label” In MPLS, a label ties a packet to a flow In GMPLS, labels can identify TDM streams (SONET/SDH), Wavelengths (DWDM), Fibers (OXCs), as well as packet flows Unified control of diverse network technologies –One set of concepts to learn, tools to deploy LSPs, labels, signaling, routing, path computation –Manage different types of flows using single set of tools Same provisioning methods for IP and optical networks –Lessons learned from MPLS deployments Bidirectional LSP setup, support for out-of-band communications, etc

10 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 10 Tunnel LSP: Example Labels distributed between specific end-points –Ingress initiates LSP – –Request propagated to egress – –Egress responds with label – –Response propagated upstream to ingress Data flow

11 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 11 – –Request propagated to egress – –Egress responds with lambda – –Response propagated upstream to ingress Data flow λ2λ2 λ2λ2 λ5λ5 λ2λ2 λ8λ8 Controlled Light Path Reuse of MPLS and IP Control –Ingress initiates light path setup

12 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 12 Control Plane Standards 1.Routing 1.RFC2328 (OSPF v2) 2.RFC3630 (OSPF-TE v2) 3.RFC4202 (GMPLS Routing) 4.RFC4203 (OSPF-GMPLS) 2.Signaling 1.RFC2205 (RSVP) 2.RFC3209 (RSVP-TE) 3.RFC3471 (GMPLS Signaling) 4.RFC3473 (RSVP-GMPLS) 3.In Progress 1.draft-ietf-ospf-ospfv3-traffic-06 2.draft-ietf-ccamp-rsvp-restart-ext-05 3.draft-ietf-ccamp-crankback-05 4.draft-ietf-ccamp-gmpls-segment-recovery-02 5.draft-ietf-ccamp-gmpls-recovery-e2e-signaling-03 6.draft-ietf-ccamp-gmpls-alarm-spec-03 7.draft-ietf-ccamp-gmpls-addressing-02 Mature, several interoperable implementations

13 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 13 D A B C Subtended rings, A to C E1E2 R2 E3E4 R1

14 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 14 Provision A to C, Manual At A, execute: 1. 1.Set SIM port service type or rate 2. 2.Set SIM port customer name 3. 3.Set destination SIM port 4. 4.Enable SIM port 5. 5.Set SIM protection 6. 6.Set SIM preferred plane 7. 7.If “red” XCVR is EAML, set bw 8. 8.Enable “red” XCVR tx laser 9. 9.If “green” XCVR is EAML, set bw Enable “green” XCVR tx laser At MR1, execute: 1. 1.Connect A -> E1, passthru 2. 2.Connect E1 -> A, passthru 3. 3.Connect A -> E4, passthru 4. 4.Connect E4 -> A, passthru 5. 5.Equalize A -> E Equalize E1 -> A 7. 7.Equalize A -> E Equalize E4 -> A At MR2, execute: 1. 1.Connect C -> E2, passthru 2. 2.Connect E2 -> C, passthru 3. 3.Connect C -> E3, passthru 4. 4.Connect E3 -> C, passthru 5. 5.Equalize C -> E Equalize E2 -> C 7. 7.Equalize C -> E Equalize E3 -> C At C, execute: 1. 1.Set SIM port service type or rate 2. 2.Set SIM port customer name 3. 3.Set destination SIM port 4. 4.Enable SIM port 5. 5.Set SIM protection 6. 6.Set SIM preferred plane 7. 7.If “red” XCVR is EAML, set bw 8. 8.Enable “red” XCVR tx laser 9. 9.If “green” XCVR is EAML, set bw Enable “green” XCVR tx laser

15 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 15 Provision A to C, Control Plane At A, execute: 1. 1.Set destination IP address to C 2. 2.Set destination SIM card 3. 3.Set source SIM card 4. 4.Select SIM card port 5. 5.Set SIM port service type or rate 6. 6.Set SIM port customer name 7. 7.Set destination SIM port 8. 8.Commit service 9. 9.DONE!

16 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 16 Interoperability (ISOCORE) Movaz Juniper Navtel Avici Navtel Sycamore Tellabs Completed 10/03 Report available to ISOCORE members = OC48 = OC12 = GbE

17 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 17 OC48 as TE-LINK Fast Ether as Control LINK OC48 or others as TE-LINK N*OC48 or OC-192? as TE-LINK Lambda as TE-LINK Interoperability (UNH) Sycamore_1 SN16000 Movaz_1 Rayexpress Movaz_2 Rayexpress Alcatel_4 Juniper_1 Sycamore_2 SN16000 Alcatel_3 Juniper_2 Avici_B Cisco_B Cisco_A Avici_A Completed 01/04 Report available

18 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 18 Network Applications Addresses all applications spaces with a unified hardware platform and operations environment Supports Pt-Pt, Ring, and Mesh Topologies Cost optimized transponders and amplifiers for each application space Offers leading edge technology, such as wavelength switching, integrated Raman, ROADM with integrated power monitoring, and GMPLS Control Plane Metro Core / IOF CWDM Access Customer Prem. CWDM 8WL 0-80km Metro Access DWDM 40WL 0-100km Metro IOF DWDM 40WL 0-300km Regional DWDM 40 WL 0-600km Short Long-Haul DWDM 40WL km DWDM

19 Copyright Movaz Networks, Inc. © 2006Movaz Networks Proprietary and Confidential 19 Thank You John Rusin Regional Sales Director Western Region (303) Aleck Gilner VP Sales North America (303) Henry Orejuela Regional Sales Director Mid-Atlantic Region (703)


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