Presentation on theme: "NTT/EVL/IML Presentation"— Presentation transcript:
1 NTT/EVL/IML Presentation iCAIRPhotonic-Empowered Applications: The Photonic TeraStream, OMNInet StarLight, and NetherLightJoe Mambretti, Director, International Center for Advanced Internet Research, Northwestern University --Director, Metropolitan Research and Education Network, MREN --iGRID2002Amsterdam, NetherlandsSept , 2002University of Illinois at Chicago, June 12, 1998
2 Introduction to iCAIR: Accelerating Leading Edge Innovationand Enhanced Global Communicationsthrough Advanced Internet Technologies,in Partnership with the Global CommunityCreation and Early Implementation of Advanced Networking Technologies - The Next Generation Internet All Optical Networks, Terascale NetworksAdvanced Applications, Middleware and Metasystems, Large-Scale Infrastructure, NG Optical Networks and Testbeds, Public Policy Studies and Forums Related to NG Networks
3 Photonic Empowered Applications iCAIRPhotonic Empowered ApplicationsMultiple Global Next Generation Applications Are Currently Being Designed and DevelopedHighly Distributed, including World-WideResource Intensive – (Computationally Intensive, Bandwidth Intensive, Data Intensive, Storage System Intensive, et al.Many Based on Grid Computing InfrastructureHighly AsymmetricUtilization of Dynamic Multi-Wavelength Lightpath(Lambda-Switching) ProvisioningFlexible DWDM-based networking vs Today’s Point-to-Point Optical NetworksOptical Network “Aware” – A Capability for Directly Discovering and Signaling for the Required Network Resources, Including Lightpaths
4 iCAIR Photonic TeraStream The iCAIR iGRID2002 Demonstration Shows How Global Applications Can Use Intelligent Signaling to Provision their Own Lightpaths to Optimize network Based Resource Discovery and Performance, for example, To Enable Access To and Dynamic Interaction with Very Large Amounts of Distributed Data.Supported by Innovative Architectural Method that Envisions:Closer Integration Between Applications and Advanced NetworksLiberating Applications From Restrictions in Today’s Communication InfrastructureKey technologies:a) Intelligent application signaling,b) Dynamic lambda provisioning on the OMNInet testbed,c) Extensions to lightpaths through dynamically provisioned L2 and L3 configurations, in part, to allow for access to multiple types of edge resources.
5 iCAIR Optical Metro Net Initiative (OMNI) Terascale NG Optical Metro Net Reference ModelRemoval of Hierarchical Layers, Circuit-Orientation, Migration to Peer Model, Connectionless-OrientationCost/Benefit Implications of Eliminating ATM and SONETIETF Architectural Premises, eg,Powerful, “Smart” Core,Complexity and Intelligence at EdgeFlexibilityDynamic Resource Allocation and AdjustmentDWDM: From Point-to-Point to Enabling “Lambdas-on-Demand” to Dynamic Provisioning via Apps
6 l1 l2 iCAIR Prototyping The Global Lambda Grid in Chicago: A Photonic-Switched Experimental Network of Light Pathsl1l2
7 iCAIR Apps Clusters C O N T R Dynamically L Allocated Lightpaths P A E NEW!Switch FabricsPhysicalMonitoringMulti-leveled Architecture
8 iCAIR CSW 10GE Links GE Links ASW IEEE 802.3 LAN PHY Interface, eg, 15xx nm10GE seriall1l2l3l410GE LinksMultiwavelength FiberMultiple l Per FiberASWDWDM LinksGE LinksN*N*NMultiwavelength Optical AmplifierOptical,l Monitors, forWavelength Precision, etc.Power Spectral DensityProcessor,Source + Measured PSDComputer Clusters Each Node = 1GEMulti 10s, 100s, 1000s of NodesMultiple Optical ImpairmentIssues, Including Accumulations
9 Optical Layer Control Plane Client Layer Control PlaneClient ControllerOptical Layer Control PlaneUNIControllerControllerControllerControllerControllerI-UNICICICIClient DeviceClient LayerTraffic PlaneOptical Layer – Switched Traffic Plane
10 OMNInet Technology Trial West TaylorEvanstonGE10GEl10GElGEOPTeraMetro5200OpticalSwitchingPlatformOpticalSwitchingPlatformApplicationClusterPassport8600Passport8600ApplicationClusterOPTeraMetro5200OPTeraMetro5200LakeshoreS. Federal10GbE WANTo Ca*Net4(future)GE10GEl10GElGEOPTeraMetro5200OpticalSwitchingPlatformApplicationClusterOpticalSwitchingPlatformPassport8600Passport8600ApplicationClusterOPTeraMetro5200A four site network in Chicago -- the first 10GE service trial!A test bed for all-optical switching, advanced high-speed services, and and new applications including high-performance streaming media and collaborative applications for health-care, financial, and commercial services.Partners: SBC, Nortel, International Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR) at Northwestern, Electronic Visualization Lab at Univ of Illinois, Argonne National Lab, CANARIE
11 Testbed Configuration iCAIREVL UIC8 l AWGNWUEN-1OFAOFANWUEN-2NWUEN-5NWUEN-3NWUEN-6l1l2l3l1l2SWl3Up to 8 lPer fiberOFA10/100/GE10/100/GESWStarLightADMOC-12 toMREN10/100/GEOFANWUEN-8NWUEN-9To Optical MRENFiberNWUEN-4OFANWUEN-7Scalable photonic switchTrunk side – 10 G WDMLambda specific interfaceTo CA*Net4, SURFnetand OtherInternational NetsSW10 GbE WAN10/100/GECa*net4
12 Overlay Management Network (Current) NTT/EVL/IML PresentationOverlay Management Network (Current)To Management Network ATM switch port10/100 BTBayStack 350Photonic SwitchOC-12 RingEvanstan710 Lakeshore Dr.600/700 S. FederalUniv. ILNAPSBCOC-3Part of StarTapOPTera 5200 OLA10/100 BTLocal Management StationMRENPassport 8600Uses ATM PVC with 2 Mb/s CIR from existing network (MREN + OC12)Hub and spoke network from 710 Lakeshore Dr.University of Illinois at Chicago, June 12, 1998
13 Metros As International Nexus Points CA*net4CERNDataTAGANLStarLightTokyo?APANCalTechI-WIREAmsterdamNetherLightNCSASDSCAP Metro2TeraGridCSWASWClusterOFAPrototype Global Lambda GridOptical Metro EuropeMiami toSouth Am?Source: International Center for Advanced Internet Research
15 Who is StarLight? StarLight is jointly managed and engineered by Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL), University of Illinois at ChicagoTom DeFanti, Maxine Brown, Andy Schmidt, Jason Leigh, Cliff Nelson, and Alan VerloInternational Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR), Northwestern UniversityJoe Mambretti, David Carr and Tim WardMathematics and Computer Science Division (MCS) , Argonne National LaboratoryLinda Winkler and Bill Nickless; Rick Stevens and Charlie CatlettIn Partnership with Bill St Arnaud, Kees Neggars, Olivier Martin, etc.
16 StarLight is an experimental optical infrastructure and What is StarLight?StarLight is an experimental optical infrastructure andproving ground for network services optimized forhigh-performance applicationsStarLight Leverages $32M (FY2002-3) in experimental networks (I-WIRE, TeraGrid, OMNInet, SURFnet, CA*net4, DataTAG)710 N. Lake Shore Drive, ChicagoAbbott Hall, Northwestern UniversityChicago view from 710
17 NTT/EVL/IML Presentation STAR TAP and StarLight Services DescriptionATM PVC Exchange ServiceAS 10764IPv4 and IPv6Transit Service1&10 GigabitEthernetExchangeServiceCarrier-Neutral Co-Location FacilityResearch Circuit/LambdaSwitchingSTAR TAP (AADS NAP) 225 West Randolph710 North Lake Shore DriveOC12cNPA/NXX 312/503US Networks:ESNet (OC-3c soon OC-12c) Abilene (OC-12c) vBNS (OC-12c) Fermilab (OC-3c) Argonne (OC-12c) CANARIE (OC-3c) MREN (layer2)6TAPThe current (March 2002) network migration state is shown here, from a local and US networking perspective. The numerous international networks and ISPs at STAR TAP are not shown. The TeraGrid DTF net may not be available for peering at current funding.Abilene (2xGE) SURFNet (2xOC-12c, OC-48c) Argonne (2xGE) Northwestern University (GE) AMPATH (GE)vBNS+ (OC12c soon)CERN (OC-12c/48c soon)CA*net4 (2xOC-192 soon)I-WIRE DWDMTRANSPAC (OC-12c)NORDUNET (OC3c)6TAP MREN (layer2 and 3) NREN (GE soon)ESnet (GE soon)TeraGrid DTFnetWKNUniversity of Illinois at Chicago, June 12, 1998
18 StarLight/NetherLight Cees de Laat, U Amsterdam@ StarLight, USATom DeFanti, UIC and de Laat@ NetherLight, The Netherlands
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