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

2 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 Crossing’s Research Network Connection Program

3 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 Multi-Service Network
Product Hierarchy All of Global Crossing Products are transported over the Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) optical layer Traffic Aggregation Managed Services Interconnection & Peering Content Hosting & Distribution Wavelength Service IRU Capacity Traditional Voice Private Line Other Other Access Alternatives ATM Dial Frame Relay IP Voice IP VPN (IPSC) Dedicated Internet IP Transit Distribution Content (MPLS-Based) IP-VPN DSL ATM SDH IP Service Node SDH SONET Multi-Service Network (ATM) Core IP Network Purpose of the slide: To illustrate the composition of our global network from the physical level to the services which ride the network Let’s trace the building blocks for Global Crossing’s transport and service platform. The Global Crossing backbone is designed, developed, and deployed to provide for fast, reliable, high capacity transport of various traffic types within and between the high-density traffic areas around the world. The network reaches 200 cities, in 27 countries, on 5 continents around the world, supporting: Traffic aggregation - customer traffic accesses the Global Crossing Network and is routed across our backbone to its destination Interconnection and peering - Global Crossing interconnects with other provider networks to enable peering and traffic hand-off between networks, ensuring worldwide reach/delivery of our customers’ traffic Content distribution - the network is designed to provide the capacity, speed, and reliability demanded by data intense applications, such data center content hosting, streaming media/video applications, etc. At the base of our network is our DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) fiber optic network. Riding directly on top of the DWDM network is our Wavelength Service. Available at speeds of up to 2.5 or 10 Gbps, this Service provides carriers or business enterprises an alternative to purchasing dark fiber on traditional private lines and provides a point-to-point, linear service which is protocol transparent. Alongside the Wavelength Service, and also directly deployed over DWDM, are three distinct service platforms - SDH/SONET, a Multi-Service Network (ATM), and our Core IP Network. Deploying these service platforms directly over DWDM provides for improved throughput and scalability, vs. traditional deployment which stacks the service platforms on top of each other over the DWDM network (imposing protocol overhead on each layer). SONET/SDH - provides an intelligent system that offers advanced network management and a standard optical interface. This system uses a self-healing ring architecture that is able to re-route traffic instantaneously. Multi-service ATM Network - a cell-based platform which supports various CoS (voice, data, video, etc) and differentiated QoS Core IP Network - a packet-based platform which provides internet connectivity and traffic distribution/delivery On the SDH/SONET service platform, three services are available: IRU, PL, and Voice On the Multi-service network, ATM services are deployed globally over a single, seamless OC48/STM16 ATM network. FR is deployed on the ATM network. The services use a single switch vendor, avoiding interoperability issues, and are serviced on a unified platform for provisioning and network management. The multi-service network has the advantage of allowing Global Crossing to interwork different services seamlessly (Frame Relay to ATM Service Interworking). On the Core IP Network, IP Transit provides XSPs and network providers connectivity to the Global Crossing IP backbone for worldwide internet access at speeds ranging from DS3/E3 through OC48/STM16. Content distribution is facilitated by Global Crossing’s globally deployed, fully meshed, MPLS-te enabled IP backbone, which provides improved traffic management and content throughput/delivery. MPLS-based IP VPNs will meet the demand for secure, high capacity, high speed, IP data transport. These IP VPNs will utilize evolving MPLS capabilities to provide economical, point-to-point, on-network delivery of IP traffic with security and reliability. Traversing the Multi-Service Network (ATM) and the Core IP network is the IP Service Node, which supports services such as VoIP, QoS capable IP VPNs, and Dedicated Internet Access for business enterprises. VoIP and QoS capable IP VPNs will first reside over the ATM network, until MPLS evolves to be able to provide differentiated CoS/QoS. In some cases, Dedicated Internet Access will be provided over the ATM network as part of IP enabled FR/ATM PVCs. In some cases, Dedicated Internet Access will reside directly on the Core IP Network when FR/ATM services are not required by the customer application. Various options are available to access the SDH/SONET, Multi-Service, and Core IP Networks, including SDH/SONET, ATM, DSL, Dial, and other options (local loops, Metro Networks, etc). Finally, Global Crossing is introducing Managed Services to provide full premise-to-premise network management solutions to business enterprises. This will include CPE procurement, implementation, proactive monitoring and network management service, along with maintenance service and lifecycle management. These capabilities will be available across the PL, ATM, FR, VoIP, IP VPN, and DIA services. DWDM Fiber Network


6 North American Crossing
SAC PAC MAC AC-1 PEC North American Crossing PC-1 EAC AC-2 Global PL POPs: 280 120 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 143 North America 118 US POPs, Toronto, Montreal TECOTA/ Miami Asia Hong Kong, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Sydney Taipei Seoul, Korea Singapore Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Manila, Philippines 6 LA&C Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago, Lima, Caracas, Mexico City, Tijuana, Guadalajara, Monterrey Panama City St. Croix Bogota, Cali, Colombia 11 Available Planned GLOBAL PRIVATE LINE


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

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

10 Pan European Crossing Legend Landing Points 2.5 Gig Wave Cities
Stockholm Oslo AC-1 Gothenburg Glasgow Edinburgh Malmo Copenhagen Leads Sylt Dublin Liverpool Nottingham Hamburg Birmingham Beverwijk Manchester Amsterdam Hannover Berlin Bristol London (Dock.) Dusseldorf Bude Rotterdam Cologne Antwerp Dresden AC-2 London (Slough) Frankfurt Leipzig Whitesands Strasbourg Nuremberg Reading Brussels Chineham Stuttgart Munich Paris AC-1 Geneva Zurich Lyon Milan Turin Marseilles Legend Barcelona Landing Points 2.5 Gig Wave Cities 10 Gig Wave Cities Global Crossing Europe can current provide 2.5 Gbit Wavelengths to 33 cities and 10Gbit/s to 32 this will increase to 36 &35 respectively by Please note special conditions apply to Spain and Dublin where provisioning lead times are on an ICB. Metro Wavelength Local loops are possible as ICB in London, Amsterdam Rotterdam, Brussels, Paris, Frankfurt & Milan . Madrid Pan European Crossing

11 Fully deployed global network – Asia to N. America to Europe
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


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

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

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

16 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) Seattle Minneapolis Detroit Chicago Rochester Boston Denver Kansas City New York City Tokyo San Francisco Cleveland Philadelphia Colorado Washington Amsterdam Las Vegas Raleigh London Los Angeles Phoenix Albuquerque Atlanta San Diego Dallas Tucson Austin Houston Orlando Sydney Tampa Panama Mexico Miami Sao Paulo Caracas Mexico

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

18 East Asia IP Network Expansion
Japan Korea Seattle China Taiwan Hong Kong Los Angeles IP POP’s IP POP’s, End Q2 2002 IP over DWDM, STM-4 IP over SDH (STM1 and up) Phase 2, 2002 Philippines Malaysia Singapore Sydney

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

20 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 Pricing Guidebook: Pricing contacts (Morristown, New Jersey): Al DiGabriele, Director Lou Najdzin, Manager

21 IP Backbone Architecture
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

22 ExpressRoute IP VPN™ Network

23 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 Latency (Round Trip Transit Delay)
ExpressRoute IP VPNTM Trans-Atlantic ms Intra-Europe ms Intra-North America 75 ms Intra-South America 170 ms Trans-Pacific 150 ms Intra-Asia 140 ms

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

27 Global Crossing’s Research Network Connection Program
Based on Global Crossing’s 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 Global Crossing’s Research Network Connection Program
Ability to create Layer 2 and Layer 3 IP VPN’s 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 Global Crossing’s Research Network Connection Program
Several NREN’s 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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