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1 ONE PLANET ONE NETWORK A MILLION POSSIBILITIES Pacific Rim Networking Meeting February 22, 2002

2 One Planet. One Network. Agenda AMPATH Summary – A collaberative effort with Global Crossing and FIU The Global Crossing Network WaveLengths IP Network –IP Transit –IP VPN Express Route Global Introduction of Global Crossings Research Network Connection Program

3 One Planet. One Network. AMPATH Current Networks Connected REUNA – Chile RETINA – Argentina RNP – Brazil (Rio) FAPESP / ANSP – Brazil (Sao Paulo) – 2 connections: DS3, STM-1 (IP VPN Express Route) StarTap / StarLight: (IP VPN ExpressRoute – GE with OC3 MPLS path) Internet 2 S. Florida GigaPOP, Florida International University U of Miami, FAU Other Latin America Networks soon

4 One Planet. One Network. Product Hierarchy Traffic Aggregation Interconnection & Peering Content Hosting & Distribution DWDM Fiber Network Wavelength Service SDH SONET Multi-Service Network (ATM) Core IP Network IRU Capacity Traditional Voice Private Line SDH ATM DSL Dial Other Access Alternatives ATM Frame Relay IP Service Node IP Voice IP VPN ( IPSC) Dedicated Internet Managed Services IP Transit Content Distribution IP-VPN (MPLS-Based) All of Global Crossing Products are transported over the Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) optical layer


6 One Planet. One Network. SAC PAC MAC AC-1 PEC North American Crossing PC-1 EAC AC-2 Asia Hong Kong, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Sydney Taipei Seoul, Korea Singapore Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Manila, Philippines Europe UK (104), Dublin, Stockholm, Malmo, Gothenberg, Oslo, Copenhagen x 2, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Berlin, Cologne, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt x 2, Hamburg x 2, Hannover, Leipzig, Munich Nuremberg, Strasbourg-Kehl, Stuttgart, Zurich, Milan, Turin, Paris x 3, Lyon, Marseilles Antwerp, Brussels x 2, Madrid, Barcelona, London x 2 Geneva LA&C Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago, Lima, Caracas, Mexico City, Tijuana, Guadalajara, Monterrey Panama City St. Croix Bogota, Cali, Colombia North America 118 US POPs, Toronto, Montreal TECOTA/ Miami Global PL POPs: Available Planned GLOBAL PRIVATE LINE


8 One Planet. One Network. Ajigaura Nagoya Tokyo Osaka Shima Harbour Pointe Los Angeles Grover Beach Seattle North American Crossing PAC EAC Landing Stations Cities Connected (Backhaul) Connecting Systems Legend

9 One Planet. One Network. East-Asia Crossing Landing Points 2.5 Gig Wave Cities 10 Gig Wave Cities Planned Wave Cities Legend PC-1 Tokyo Hong Kong China Korea Malaysia Singapore Philippines Ajigaura Shima Taiwan Japan:Today Hong Kong:Today Korea (Seoul)1Q/02 Taiwan:1Q/02 Singapore:2Q/02 Kuala Lumpur:2Q/02

10 One Planet. One Network. Marseilles Turin Milan Zurich Munich Nuremberg Dresden Berlin Copenhagen Sylt Hamburg Stuttgart Lyon Paris Whitesands Dublin Hannover Dusseldorf Cologne Leipzig Barcelona Geneva Oslo Stockholm Madrid AC-2 AC-1 Antwerp Rotterdam Bude Beverwijk London ( Slough) Gothenburg Strasbourg Brussels Amsterdam Malmo Legend Landing Points 2.5 Gig Wave Cities 10 Gig Wave Cities London ( Dock.) Bristol Edinburgh Glasgow Leads Frankfurt Manchester Birmingham LiverpoolNottingham Reading Chineham Pan European Crossing

11 One Planet. One Network. Unprotected, bi-directional point to point service for data centric customers –2.5 & 10Gbps services –Standards-based SDH/SONET Framed Signal –Transports SONET/SDH, IP, ATM applications over Wavelengths –DWDM based solution using best-in-class partners Lucent, Hitachi, Nortel … Fully deployed global network – Asia to N. America to Europe –Europe, Trans-Atlantic, N America, Trans-Pacific – Ready For Service –Asia, S America available 1Q 2002 Strategic alternative to dark fiber and protected private line –Eliminates redundant protection schemes enabling customers to leverage in-house networking expertise and applications hardware –Economics – CapEx and OpEx savings versus network/infrastructure development –Speed to market – reduces network deployment from years to days –Scalable Solution – supports cost-effective capacity on demand –Access Solutions –Global Colocation in 50+ cities and Mid-Span Meet capability –Third-Party & On-Net Metro premise solutions – general availability 1Q 2002

12 ONE PLANET ONE NETWORK A MILLION POSSIBILITIES The way to the future Global Crossing IP VPN Service TM

13 One Planet. One Network. Based on announced network SAC PAC MAC AC-1 PEC North American Crossing PC-1 EAC AC-2 The Global Crossing Network IP Nodes Sao Paulo Buenos Aires Mexico City Panama City Connectivity Lima Caracas Santiago Rio De Janeiro Monterrey IP Nodes London Frankfurt Hamburg Paris Copenhagen Amsterdam Zurich Milan Connectivity Madrid Stockholm Dublin Rotterdam Brussels Marseilles Barcelona Lyon Oslo Stockholm Berlin IP Nodes Tokyo Seoul Hong Kong Singapore Taipei Osaka Nagoya Sydney

14 One Planet. One Network. New York L.A. Peering Partners Customer Networks Peering Partners Customer Networks North American Internet Backbone Sao Paulo Mexico Peering Partners Peering Partners Customer Networks Customer Networks South/Central American Internet Backbone Tokyo Peering Partners Customer Networks Asia/Pacific Internet Backbone European Internet Backbone Customer Networks Amsterdam Peering Partners Peering Partners Customer Networks London The Global Crossing IP Network AS 3549

15 One Planet. One Network. Current Network Performance North America Average Latency ms Average Packet Loss 0.00 % Europe Average Latency ms Average Packet Loss 0.00 % TransAtlantic Average Latency ms Average Packet Loss 0.00 % Real Time Performance: Fri Nov 9 19:13:44 GMT 2001 Latency: the roundtrip time a packet travels between two designated sites. Packet Loss: the percentage of packets lost in transmission.

16 One Planet. One Network. Denver Kansas City Atlanta Washington Philadelphia Minneapolis North American IP Backbone Small IP Hub IP Hub IP Hub and Peering Center IP Over DWDM (OC48/OC192) IP Over SONET (OC3 and up) Houston Tampa Boston New York City Detroit Rochester Cleveland Chicago Dallas San Diego Las Vegas Colorado Tucson San Francisco Raleigh Orlando Miami Austin Phoenix Albuquerque Caracas Sao Paulo London Amsterdam Panama Tokyo Seattle Los Angeles Mexico Sydney

17 One Planet. One Network. Marseilles Turin Milan Munich Nuremberg Dresden Berlin Lyon Dublin Cologne Florence Rome Barcelona Bilbao Bordeaux Geneva Vienna Prague Oslo Valencia Madrid Edinburgh NYC on AC1 and AC2 Total bandwidth: 10 Gbps Rotterdam Liverpool European IP Network Paris Dusseldorf Stuttgart Leipzig Hamburg Antwerp Glasgow Birmingham Manchester Bristol Amsterdam Large IP POPs and peering locations IP connections pops IP over SDH (STM1 and up) IP over DWDM (STM16 and up) Stockholm London Hanover Strasbourg Gothenburg Leeds Zurich Brussels Frankfurt Copenhagen

18 One Planet. One Network. Taiwan China Hong Kong Los Angeles Seattle Philippines Korea Singapore Malaysia IP POPs IP POPs, End Q IP over DWDM, STM-4 IP over SDH (STM1 and up) Phase 2, 2002 East Asia IP Network Expansion Sydney Japan

19 One Planet. One Network. South American IP Network Expansion Santiago Buenos Aires Las Toninas Rosario Guayaquil Quito Cali Bogota Medellin Valencia Brasilia Belo Horizonte Rio de Janeiro Curitiba Porto Alegre Cordoba Santos Montevideo Punta del Este Cartegena IP POPs Backhaul Pops IP over DWDM, STM-4 IP over SDH (STM1 and up) NYC Mendoza Lima Sao Paulo LA Miami Mexico City NYC Panama

20 One Planet. One Network. IP Transit Pricing Two pricing models: Fixed Fee - pricing depends on access bandwidth Access port with guaranteed bandwidth Access bandwidth is maximum bandwidth Price is fixed per month Common outside US-Region Variable (also known as burstable) - pricing depends partly on committed access and also on usage if usage exceeds committed Customer commits to a certain bandwidth, access port bandwidth will be higher then committed If necessary customer can burst above committed up to access port bandwidth Billing based on 95/5 usage Monthly price will vary based on actual usage Local Loops or IPL access priced separately

21 One Planet. One Network. OC-48/OC192 IP over dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) –Most competitors run IP over ATM –IP direct over DWDM provides improved throughput and enhanced scalability IP over ATM creates approx. 15% overhead when encapsulating IP into ATM cells (known as cell tax). Running IP direct over DWDM avoids this overhead. MPLS –Enables IP Tunnels for improved bandwidth management –Reduced hops on the network –Improved performance reliability IP Backbone Architecture

22 One Planet. One Network. ExpressRoute IP VPN Network CUSTOMER SITE A CUSTOMER SITE B Global Crossing ExpressRoute IP VPN Service IP Traffic MPLS TUNNEL MESH IP Traffic GLOBAL CROSSING MPLS / IP BACKBONE

23 One Planet. One Network. ExpressRoute IP VPN Availability via Global Crossing Private Line PoPS Asia/Pacific » Australia » China » Hong Kong » Japan » Malaysia » Philippines » Singapore » Korea (South) » New Zealand » Taiwan Europe / Middle East » Belgium » Denmark » France » Germany » Ireland » Italy » Netherlands » Norway » Spain » Sweden » Switzerland » UK Americas » Argentina » Brazil » Canada » Chile » Mexico » Panama » Peru » Venezuela » USA 30 Countries Worldwide

24 One Planet. One Network. Latency (Round Trip Transit Delay) ExpressRoute IP VPN TM Trans-Atlantic 85 ms Intra-Europe 45 ms Intra-North America 75 ms Intra-South America170 ms Trans-Pacific150 ms Intra-Asia140 ms

25 One Planet. One Network. Global Crossing IP Network Differentiation Fully Redundant IP Hub Designs –Minimized single point of failure –Multiple ingress/egress paths for IP traffic –Multiple data paths within the hub –Multiple power supplies in router and switch chassis –Multiple power feeds (AC) or 48VDC where available First Carrier to Deploy MPLS Globally into Production Environment First Carrier to create a fully-meshed World- Wide MPLS network

26 One Planet. One Network. One Network, One AS European Internet Backbone North American Internet Backbone South/Central American Internet Backbone Asia/Pacific Internet Backbone Other Asian/Pacific Internet Networks Other European Internet Networks Other South-American Internet Networks US and worldwide Internet Networks AS 3549 Tokyo Amsterdam MPLS connection First Carrier to deploy fully-meshed global MPLS network into production for 25% increase in data delivery efficiency

27 One Planet. One Network. Global Crossings Research Network Connection Program Based on Global Crossings IP VPN Express Route Service and IP Transit Express Route is a fully meshed, MPLS based Global IP network that provides any to any connectivity, thus, –Research Traffic is segregated from commercial traffic with express delivery to research network peering points Single local loop for best economics: IP Transit / Express Route

28 One Planet. One Network. Global Crossings Research Network Connection Program Ability to create Layer 2 and Layer 3 IP VPNs Allows for the creation of Extranets with other NREN partners, IPv4 & IPv6 supported –High performance, GigE speeds with SLA for Latency, Packet Loss, and Availability Any to Any is ideal for both short term and long term projects

29 One Planet. One Network. Global Crossings Research Network Connection Program Several NRENs are already utilizing this service/technology, Such as Fapesp, AMPATH, and a major European NREN with connectivity to StarLight/Startap, thus, direct connectivity to these networks is easily facilitated. Special pricing has been developed. Either pay only for actual bandwidth used (usage based) or a custom Flat Rate to meet budget requirements

30 THANK YOU Discussion / Questions

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