Presentation on theme: "1 Update Jacqueline Brown Pacific Northwest Gigapop Internet2 Member Meeting Indianapolis October 13-16, 2003."— Presentation transcript:
1 Update Jacqueline Brown Pacific Northwest Gigapop Internet2 Member Meeting Indianapolis October 13-16, 2003
2 Pacific Wave International Peering Peering exchange point designed for the advancement of research and education throughout the Pacific Rim and globally.
3 Pacific PNWGP Pacific Wave International Peering Exchange Service A service of the Pacific Northwest Gigapop Commodity Internet services are also available to Pacific Wave participants
5 Located in SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Pacific Northwest Gigapop is the Internet2 Point of Presence in the U.S. Pacific Northwest for the Abilene Network. Courtesy Internet2 Abilene Backbone – October 2003
9 HDTV Demo APAN Meeting August 2003 High-definition streaming video: 270Mbps Portland, Oregon USA Busan, Korea ~8000km/~5000mi Fukuoka Busan Portland Tokyo IEEAF/Tyco OC-192 / OC-12
10 HDTV over IP Demonstration 270Mbps High-Definition streaming video from Portland Demonstrate the performance of IP network to support extremely high rate multimedia data. Busan, SOUTH KOREAJAPANPortland, Oregon USA TokyoXP QGPOP Special Thanks to: KOREN 1Gbps APII 1Gbps JGN 622Mbps WIDE IEEAF 10Gbps OC-12
11 Forthcoming services through NLR: 40 simultaneous light wavelengths each at 10Gbps Transcontinental circuits based on 10Gbps Ethernet (LAN PHY) technologies end-to-end Switched ethernet and routed IP network services Phased NLR deployment targets Portland, OR to Seattle WA route activation late 2003 or early National LambdaRail PNWGP is a founding member of NLR.
13 R&E Networks Pacific Wave Research & Education Networks: October 2003 GEMnet
14 Asia Pacific Advanced Networks (APAN) IEEAF/GEO/Tyco Telecommunications Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) The Quilt Seattle Internet Exchange (SIX) PAIX Seattle Peering Interconnects Northwest Access Exchange (NWAX) ResearchChannel KEXP Radio DigitalWell PNWGP Partnerships, Memberships, & Affiliations
15 Pacific Wave International Peering Participants at the Pacific Wave can… Peer directly with major R&E networks worldwide; Transfer IP traffic inclusive of multicast, IPv4, IPv6; Access the NOC 24 x 7 x 365. Pacific Wave is a recommended exchange point for peering with the Abilene/Internet2 network.
16 Pacific Wave Features Pacific Wave is an ATM-free zone. Redundant Gigabit Ethernet switch architecture provides two subnets. 256 Gbps and 128 Gbps throughput on the 8000 and 4000 respectively. Multicast enabled with PIM-SM snooping. Sept Pacific Wave throughput, 95 th percentile: 15 Gpbs
17 User Flexibility Is Key to Pacific Wave Self-selected peerings —you peer with who you want. Self-configured peerings —you control your BGP peering routes. No AUP. Any IP traffic accepted (IPv4, IPv6, multicast) Support available 24 x 7 x 365. Connect with dual FE, GbE, or 10GbE.