Presentation on theme: "1 Metro Ethernet Globecom Paul A. Bottorff Nortel Networks VP, Technical Committee Co-chair Metro Ethernet Forum."— Presentation transcript:
1 Metro Ethernet Globecom Paul A. Bottorff Nortel Networks VP, Technical Committee Co-chair Metro Ethernet Forum
2 Joining the MEF!
3 Today’s Agenda 09:00-09:15 Introduction- Paul Bottorff Director Switching, Nortel Networks, ATI 09:15-09:45 MEF Services- Bob Klessig Director of Engineering, Cisco Systems 09:45-10:15 Transport Technology- Harsh Kapoor VP Engineering, Appian Communication 10:15-10:30 Break 10:30-11:00 Provider Bridging- Steve Haddock VP Engineering, Extreme Networks 11:00-11:30 OAM- Matt Squire CTO, Hatteras Networks 11:30-12:00 Q & A Round Table
4 Metro Ethernet Services
5 Metro Ethernet Services in Numbers Metro Ethernet services will replace legacy services Worldwide metro Ethernet services revenue will reach $26B in 2006 Asia will be the leading region with 50-60% of all revenues, followed by Europe and then North America. Sources: IDC 2002 and Infonetics 2003
6 Metro Ethernet Transport in Value Network Strategy Partners: – CAPEX savings of 39% vs. legacy SONET/SDH network – OPEX savings of 49% vs. legacy SONET/SDH Source: 2003 MEF
7 Metro Ethernet Transport in Numbers Ethernet, surpassing SONET/SDH in 2004, is becoming the next generation optical technology Optical Ethernet becomes a viable metro transport to deliver metro services Asia dominates metro Ethernet equipment capital expenditure Sources: Infonetics, 2003
8 Metro Ethernet Forum Mission Accelerate adoption of optical Ethernet as the technology of choice in metro networks worldwide
9 Approach to Technical Standards Build on existing standards work from other industry bodies – MEF only fills the technical gaps for Metro Ethernet Services and Transport
10 MEF Technical Work Technical Areas ServicesArchitecture Protocol & Transport ManagementTest Services Model TrafficManagement Service Definitions Circuit Emulation Reference Model User Network Interface (UNI) EI-NNI ProtectionRequirement Protection IA Trans Multiplex Function (TMF) Ethernet Performance Monitoring EMS-NMS Info Model EMSRequirement OAM UNI Testing Methods
11 Today’s Agenda 09:00-09:15 Introduction- Paul Bottorff Director Switching, Nortel Networks, ATI 09:15-09:45 MEF Services- Bob Klessig Director of Engineering, Cisco Systems 09:45-10:15 Transport Technology- Harsh Kapoor VP Engineering, Appian Communication 10:15-10:30 Break 10:30-11:00 Provider Bridging- Steve Haddock VP Engineering, Extreme Networks 11:00-11:30 OAM- Matt Squire CTO, Hatteras Networks 11:30-12:00 Q & A Round Table
13 MEF Priorities and Scope The primary priorities of the MEF are to define: a. Ethernet Services for metro transport networks Such services shall be delivered over native Ethernet-based Metro networks and could also be supported by other transport technologies. b. Carrier-class Ethernet-based metro transport technologies by specifying architecture, protocols and management for Ethernet-based metro transport networks The secondary priorities of the MEF are (when deemed necessary) to define: a. Work to be done by other organizations on other transport technologies (liaison activity) b. Non-Ethernet interfaces, if not defined by other organizations.
14 Ethernet’s Metro Vision Metro Ethernet Network
15 MEF Member List ADC ADVA Optical Agilent Technologies Alcatel AMCC Appian Communications Atrica AxerraNetworks Bell South Ciena Corp. Cisco Systems Coriolis Networks Corrigent Systems Crosswave Communications, Inc. Ensemble Communications Extreme Networks Foundry Networks France Telecom R&D LLC Fujitsu Network Communications Harmonic Hatteras Networks, Inc. Hitachi America, Ltd Huawei Tech Co. Ltd. Industrial Technology Research Institute Internet Photonics, Inc. Juniper Networks JDS Uniphase KDDI R&D Laboratories, Inc. Korea Telecom Lantern Communications, Inc.
16 MEF Member List Lucent Technologies Luminous Networks, Inc. Lycium Networks Mahi Networks Marconi Communications MetNet Communications Native Networks Nortel Networks Corp. NTT Advanced Technology Corp. PMC-Sierra Procket Networks Raza Microelectronics Redux Communications Riverstone Networks Rockefeller Group Telecommunications Services, Inc. SBC Communications, Inc. Scientific Atlanta Siemens AG SII Network Systems, Inc. Spirent Communications Telcordia Technologies Telesyn Tellabs Tpack A/S Transwitch UNH- InterOperability Lab UTStarcom, Inc. VerizonCommunications Vitesse Semiconductor Zarlink Semiconductor ZTE Corporation
17 Metro Ethernet Technology Metro Ethernet Services & Transport Scalable 100,000’s of EVC’s Services Mapped to EVC’s TMF function Flexible Services Creation Protection 50ms Protection End to End Path Protection Aggregated Line & Node Protection Hard SLAs Connection Oriented Svcs End to End CIR and EIR Guaranteed end to end SLA Integrated Customer Network Management (CNM) TDM Support Seamless integration of TDM Circuit Emulation Services Support existing voice applications Service Management Standard service definition Fast service creation Carrier class OAM capabilities Standard EMS-NMS Info Model