3 Networks for Science Needs Solutions Very high bandwidth pipes Scale: Campus to InternationalDiverse service typesAgility and DynamismMulti-site collaborative groupsService endpoint agilityRapid provisioningInternetworkingIntegrate with packet infrastructureSupport existing optical servicesWavelength ProvisioningAggregate traffic onto wavelengths near the userTransparently switch wavelengths at a broad scopeUnified Control PlaneReuse existing IP technologiesStandardized methodsGMPLSStandardized Data PlaneG.709, other standardsIncorporate external (“alien”) ITU-T grid wavelengths
4 Optical Systems OADM ROADM Multi-degree ROADM RayExpress eROADM RayROADMMD-ROADMOADMROADMMulti-degree ROADM40 channel DWDM8 channel CWDM640 km Optical reach with family of EDFAs1,000+ km with RamanGMPLS enabledDynamically select passthrough or add/drop, per-wavelengthEmbedded OPM, automatic per-wavelength equalizationAll-optical, 40G-readyGMPLS enabled4x4 DWDM switching40 channels per degreeIntegrated pre/post-ampsAll-optical, 40G-readyGMPLS enabled
5 Scalable Wavelength Switching Single port 1x1x40 switchMEMS or AWG technologyBlock (add/drop), PasseROADM, RayROADMMulti-port 1x5x40 switchMEMS technologySelect waves from multiple portsStackable, up to 4x4 matrixMonolithic 10x10x40 iWSSHigh density, low per-wave costiWSS
7 Network Topologies Ring Configurable Ring Ring Interconnect / Mesh Fixed service endpointsRing pathwaysOADMSelectable service endpointsRing pathwayseROADM, RayROADMSelectable service endpointsDiverse/mesh pathwaysMD-ROADM
9 GMPLS Superset of MPLS Unified control of diverse network technologies Identical concepts, mechanisms, protocolsIP-based, reuse existing stable/tested/battle-hardened protocolsExpands the concept of a “label”In MPLS, a label ties a packet to a flowIn GMPLS, labels can identify TDM streams (SONET/SDH), Wavelengths (DWDM), Fibers (OXCs), as well as packet flowsUnified control of diverse network technologiesOne set of concepts to learn, tools to deployLSPs, labels, signaling, routing, path computationManage different types of flows using single set of toolsSame provisioning methods for IP and optical networksLessons learned from MPLS deploymentsBidirectional LSP setup, support for out-of-band communications, etc
10 Tunnel LSP: Example Labels distributed between specific end-points 15 35471592Data flow28Ingress initiates LSPRequest propagated to egressEgress responds with labelResponse propagated upstream to ingress
11 Controlled Light Path Reuse of MPLS and IP Control λ5 λ8 λ2 Data flowλ8Ingress initiates light path setupRequest propagated to egressEgress responds with lambdaResponse propagated upstream to ingress
14 Provision A to C, Manual At A, execute: Set SIM port service type or rateSet SIM port customer nameSet destination SIM portEnable SIM portSet SIM protectionSet SIM preferred planeIf “red” XCVR is EAML, set bwEnable “red” XCVR tx laserIf “green” XCVR is EAML, set bwEnable “green” XCVR tx laserAt MR1, execute:Connect A -> E1, passthruConnect E1 -> A, passthruConnect A -> E4, passthruConnect E4 -> A, passthruEqualize A -> E1Equalize E1 -> AEqualize A -> E4Equalize E4 -> AAt MR2, execute:Connect C -> E2, passthruConnect E2 -> C, passthruConnect C -> E3, passthruConnect E3 -> C, passthruEqualize C -> E2Equalize E2 -> CEqualize C -> E3Equalize E3 -> CAt C, execute:Set SIM port service type or rateSet SIM port customer nameSet destination SIM portEnable SIM portSet SIM protectionSet SIM preferred planeIf “red” XCVR is EAML, set bwEnable “red” XCVR tx laserIf “green” XCVR is EAML, set bwEnable “green” XCVR tx laser
15 Provision A to C, Control Plane At A, execute:Set destination IP address to CSet destination SIM cardSet source SIM cardSelect SIM card portSet SIM port service type or rateSet SIM port customer nameSet destination SIM portCommit serviceDONE!
17 Interoperability (UNH) Sycamore_1SN16000Movaz_1RayexpressMovaz_2Alcatel_4Juniper_1Sycamore_2Alcatel_3Juniper_2Avici_BCisco_BCisco_AAvici_AOC48 as TE-LINKFast Ether as Control LINKOC48 or others as TE-LINKN*OC48 or OC-192? as TE-LINKLambda as TE-LINKCompleted 01/04Report available
18 Network ApplicationsAddresses all applications spaces with a unified hardware platform and operations environmentSupports Pt-Pt, Ring, and Mesh TopologiesCost optimized transponders and amplifiers for each application spaceOffers leading edge technology, such as wavelength switching, integrated Raman, ROADM with integrated power monitoring, and GMPLS Control PlaneCustomer Prem.CWDM8WL0-80kmMetro AccessDWDM40WL0-100kmMetro IOFDWDM40WL0-300kmRegionalDWDM40 WL0-600kmShort Long-HaulDWDM40WL0-1000kmDWDMDWDMMetro Core / IOFCWDM Access
19 Regional Sales Director Regional Sales Director Thank YouJohn RusinRegional Sales DirectorWestern Region(303)Aleck GilnerVP SalesNorth America(303)Henry OrejuelaRegional Sales DirectorMid-Atlantic Region(703)
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