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© Nokia Siemens Networks1 ECOC 2010 Agile Networks 2.0 - Choices and Tradeoffs Željko Bulut Product Line Manager, Optical Networks
© Nokia Siemens Networks2 ECOC 2010 New Optical Infrastructure …. … for the New Decade Revenue per user decreasing, while traffic is increasing exponentially 2. User Expectations High quality of service Instantaneous data access Mobility and portability Low/unnoticeable latency Flat rates and free devices Free unlimited storage 3. Service Providers Face fierce competition and macro economic uncertainty Need solutions to the decreasing ARPU/MB Need more efficient and scalable network infrastructure Need added network intelligence in all layers 1. New Applications Bandwidth hungry, real-time, interactive, asymmetric Big increase in mobile apps Flat-rate models open flood gates for traffic Traffic is explosive and unpredictable Users rapidly adopting new products and services
© Nokia Siemens Networks3 ECOC 2010 Increasing network traffic … … driver for 40G/100G in Core and Metro 10G 40G 100G network bandwidth growth of 50-100% per year HDTV download speed 60Mbps Online gaming 2-20Mbps bidirectional Data centers drive aggregation of 10G servers and clients 0.4-1T Super Hi-Vision (UHDTV) with 16x pixel resolution of HDTV, 500 Mbps VOD, VoIP, Streaming, Data Storage
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© Nokia Siemens Networks5 ECOC 2010 Agile Network and Control Plane Functions Control Plane Data Plane Management Plane Dynamic Provisioning 5. Signaling for Connection Provisioning (RSVP-TE) 4. Routing (Path Calculation, CSPF) Network Resilience 6. Distributed Recovery 7. Fault Localization Inventory and Resource Management 1. Neighbor Discovery (LMP) 2. Global Topology Discovery (OSPF-TE) GMPLS Protocols: 1: LMP 2: OSPF-TE 3: UNI, RSPV-TE 4: CSPF 5: RSPV-TE 6: all 7: LMP UNI E-NNI 3. Setup Request (UNI Signaling, NMS Trigger)
© Nokia Siemens Networks6 ECOC 2010 Multi-Layer Network Optimization WWW, P2P, IPTV E-LAN/E-Line, leased line etc. flexible optical transport services L3/IP L2/OTN L1/Optical Multi-Layer Optimization offers TCO reduction and network efficiency Services are optimally groomed, aggregated, switched and routed, by multi-layer optimization tools Minimization of intermediate routing to bypass routers On demand OTN and/or DWDM services across the network and domains
© Nokia Siemens Networks7 ECOC 2010 Optical Transport Platform - Data Plane check list OTN/MPLS Switch ODUk/Packet scalable Line System DCM Free Automation, Supervision Transients Handling Multidegre Tunable ROADM scalable future proof Transponders 40/100G DP-QPSK deployed as flexible resource pools classical interworking colored interworking today future
© Nokia Siemens Networks8 ECOC 2010 High-Level ROADM Requirements 1 Multidegree ROADM N = 8-16 for Metro N = 6-8 for Long Haul 10 Tb capacity per fiber Flexible bandwidth allocation 65-100% add/drop In-service growth to N – no forklift Future proof express path High level of integration Advanced Automation Supervision and Monitoring Degree CDC Transponder Pools 3 N-1N 4 2 Transponder Pools 10G/40G/100G Colorless Directionless Contentionless
© Nokia Siemens Networks9 ECOC 2010 Less of everything … do we have a naming issue? Colorless Colorless Directionless Colorless Directionless Contentionless Transponder permanently connected to an add/drop port but can be remotely tuned to any wavelength However transponder can only carry traffic in one predetermined direction and that cannot be changed remotely without on site internvention Transponder permanently connected to an add/drop port but can be remotely tuned to any wavelength and any direction However only one wavelength per an add/drop tree can be used at the time leading to wavelength blocking, also referred to as wavelength contention Transponder permanently connected to an add/drop port but can be remotely tuned to any wavelength and any direction Up to N wavelengths can be repeated per an add/drop tree eliminating the wavelength contention Degree #4 Degree #2 Degree #1 Degree #5 Degree #3 add/drop Transponder Bank Degree #4 Degree #2 Degree #1 Degree #5 Degree #3 add/drop Transponder Bank Degree #4 Degree #2 Degree #1 Degree #5 Degree #3 add/drop Transponder Bank
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© Nokia Siemens Networks11 ECOC 2010 40G/100G modulation schemes … established in the marketplace 0 DQPSK 3/2 1/2 DP-QPSK 40G Transponders improved CD/PMD tolerance If RZ, then improved OSNR sensitivity, but reduced nonlinear tolerance compared to DPSK higher component cost new generation 40G/100G Transponders superior CD/PMD tolerance OSNR sensitivity even better than for RZ-DQPSK because of coherent detection low cost 10G components 40G Transponders OOK vs. DPSK: Symbol separation factor 2 better 3dB better receiver sensitivity add PMDC card where necessary 0 DPSK
R 255 G 211 B 8 R 255 G 175 B 0 R 127 G 16 B 162 R 163 G 166 B 173 R 104 G 113 B 122 R 234 G 234 B 234 R 175 G 0 B 51 R 0 G 0 B 0 R 255 G 255 B 255 Supporting colors: R 52 G 195 B 51 Primary colors: © Nokia Siemens Networks12 ECOC 2010 Looking ahead … Scaling beyond DP-QPSK modulation to more dense formats 100G 300G 200G
© Nokia Siemens Networks13 ECOC 2010 FlexiGrid - Enhanced spectral occupancy 1Tb/s 4 x 300+ Gb/s CP-16QAM over 200GHz Higher spectral utilization 100 Gb/s 1 x 120+ Gb/s DP-QPSK over 50GHz Lower spectral utilization TodayFuture Flexible Spectrum Allocation Base technologies: ■LCOS WSS technology ■High-speed digital signal processing ■Advanced coding, possibly OFDM ■High-speed ADC/DAC
© Nokia Siemens Networks14 ECOC 2010 Capacity Enhancements in DWDM Networks … 1569.59 1568.771531.52 1531.12 1530.33, nm 1569.181568.36 1530.72 Legacy networks as deployed today: 50 GHz, fixed grid R 255 G 211 B 8 R 255 G 175 B 0 R 127 G 16 B 162 R 163 G 166 B 173 R 137 G 146 B 155 R 175 G 0 B 51 R 52 G 195 B 51 R 0 G 0 B 0 R 255 G 255 B 255 Primary colours:Supporting colours: 40G 10G 100G 50GHz Spectral occupancy 1T … 50GHz 200GHz 1569.59 1568.77 1531.12 1530.33, nm 1569.181568.36 1530.72 1531.52 100G 400G 1T 200G 100GHz Spectral occupancy 50GHz Future networks: 50-200 GHz, flexible grid
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© Nokia Siemens Networks16 ECOC 2010 Thank you
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