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1 SuperSINET Shoichiro Asano National Institute of Informatics (NII)

2 2 Promotion of Science and Technology Give Priority to Basic Research and Information Technology e-Japan Priority Program SuperSINET

3 3 SINET : National Backbone for Universities and Research Institutes SuperSINET : Research Project of Advanced Science and Technologies SuperSINET 10Gbps Backbone GbE / 10GbE Bridges for peer-connection Operation of Optical Cross Connect (OXC) for fiber / wavelength switching Operational from 4th January, 2002 to end of March, 2005 Will be merged in Photonic SINET after April, 2005 SINET and SuperSINET

4 4 SuperSINET Sites Jan Oct Oct. 2003

5 5 SuperSINET Sites University / Institute: Tohoku University High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) The University of Tokyo The Institute of Medical Science (IMS), The university of Tokyo NII Hitotsubashi NII Chiba National Astronomical Observatory (NAO) The Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) National Institute of Genetics (NIG) Nagoya University National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) Kyoto University Institute for Chemical Research (ICR), Kyoto University Osaka University Hubs: Tokyo Hub Nagoya Hub Osaka Hub

6 6 SINET (as of January, 2001) Kagoshima Kumamoto Fukuoka Nagasaki Matsuyama Hiroshima Okinawa KobeOsakaNagoyaTokyoYokohama KyotoTsukubaNII Chiba Kitakyushu Yamaguchi Niigata Kanazawa Sapporo Sendai ISAS Okayama Tottori Chiba TokushimaOkazaki Yamanashi Kitami HirosakiNagano Maebashi Saitama Meguro Koganei Chofu NII Hitotsubashi

7 7 SINET Integrated with SuperSINET (as of January, 2002) Kumamoto Fukuoka Nagasaki Matsuyama Hiroshima Okinawa Kobe OsakaNagoyaTokyo Yokohama Kyoto Tsukuba NII Chiba Kitakyushu Yamaguchi Niigata Kanazawa Sapporo Sendai ISAS Okayama Tottori Chiba TokushimaOkazaki Yamanashi Kitami HirosakiNagano Maebashi Saitama Meguro Koganei Chofu NII Hitotsubashi SuperSINET N.B. All of the SuperSINET sites are not shown here. Kagoshima

8 8 Kumamoto Fukuoka Nagasaki Matsuyama Hiroshima Okinawa Kobe Osaka Nagoya Tokyo Yokohama Kyoto Tsukuba NII Chiba Kitakyushu Yamaguchi NiigataKanazawaSapporo Sendai ISAS Okayama Tottori Chiba Tokushima Okazaki Yamanashi Kitami Hirosaki Nagano Maebashi Saitama Meguro KoganeiChofu NII Hitotsubashi ICR KU NIFS IMS UT KEK Nagoya hub Tokyo hub Osaka hub SuperSINET 10 Gbps 180 Mbps< SINET and SuperSINET (as of January, 2002)

9 9 SINET and SuperSINET (Oct. 2002, Planned) Kagoshima Kumamoto Fukuoka Nagasaki Matsuyama Hiroshima Okinawa Kobe OsakaNagoyaTokyo Yokohama KyotoTsukubaNII Chiba Kitakyushu Yamaguchi Niigata Kanazawa Sapporo Sendai ISAS Okayama Tottori Chiba Tokushima Okazaki Yamanashi Kitami HirosakiNagano Maebashi Saitama Meguro Koganei Chofu NII Hitotsubashi SuperSINET N.B. All of the SINET and Super SINET nodes are not shown here.

10 10 International Links from SuperSINET U Tokyo Tokyo hub IMS U Tokyo Osaka hub Kyoto U ICR Kyoto U Nagoya U Nagoya hub Osaka U NIFS KEK Tohoku U ISAS NII Hitotsubashi NII Chiba NIG NAO Intl link As of January, 2002 APAN through IMnet

11 11 International Connectivity Abilene ATM NIFS for commodity traffic GÉANT SINET/ Super SINET NII Hitotsubashi Kyoto NII Chiba KEK ESnet ThaiSARN Tokyo APAN through IMnet

12 12 [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] International Configuration NORDUnet SURFnet NII NS8000 OC3 STM1 KEK [hostname] [IP address] GbE - Europe- - US -- Japan - OC3 DS3 STM1 1/* CERN DESY 2/201 2/202 2/203 2/204 2/205 NIFS [hostname] [IP address] NII [nii-gate] [IP address] DANTE (v4) Esnet (v4) Esnet (v6) Esnet (H.323) ESnet Juniper M5 [sinet-gate-kyoto] [ /32] Juniper M5 [sinet-gate-tokyo] [ /32] L.A.TAP STM1 [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /3 0] Abilene NII [abilene-gate2] [ ] Abilene [hostname] [IP address] [ /30][ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] NII [hostname] [IP address] NII [hostname] [IP address] DANTE [hostname] [IP address] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] 4/401 [ /30] 6/601 DANTE (v6) 3/301 Abilene (v6) DANTE (GEANT) [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] 5/502 5/501 Abilene (v4) 1/101 ESnet [hostname] [IP address] NISN/NREN Commodity Traffic STM1 VP#6: PF0348 (NII-DANTE v6) 5Mbps VP#4: PF0346 (NII-DANTE v4) 40Mbps VP#5: PF0347 (KEK-CERN/DESY) 30Mbps VP#2: PF0350 (KEK/NIFS-Esnet) 45Mbps VP#3: PF0351 (NII-Abilene v6) 5Mbps VP#1: PF0349 (NII-Abilene v4) 70Mbps [ /30] [ /30] Abilene ( ) 5/801 [ /30][ /30] [ /30] 2/201 2/202 2/203 2/204 2/205 ESnet 4/401 6/601 5/502 5/501 [ /30] ESnet [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] [ /30] 15Mbps 18Mbps 1Mbps 10Mbps 20Mbps 10Mbps RF0394 RF E STM1 OC3 RF0492 RF0395 OC3 RF0397 VP#7: PF0427 (NII-Abilene ) 15Mbps RF0396 RF0397RF0XXX PF0427 (NII-IDC) 15Mbps OC3 CERN DESY

13 13 OXC WDM R R OXC R R WDM GbE 10Gbps WDM Typical Circuit Configuration Site 1 Site 2 Site 3 Site 4 Site 5 Hub AHub B

14 14 OXC (Optical Cross Connect) OXCs are installed at the hub nodes to switch fiber or lambda These OXCs are all optical, and therefore independent of the transmission rate and framing, which will make use of new technologies, e.g. 10 GbE, easier Network resource management based on GMPLS is developing

15 15 Maturity of MEMs is not essential Significant innovations are expected on top of OXC or combination with L3 equipment Why OXC?

16 16 Network Configuration - Japan Telecom is now providing transmission capability - Nagoya OXC Tokyo OXC Osaka OXC WDM GSR124xxx GbE Gigabit Ether OXC: Optical Cross-connect

17 17 Cable Map Sapporo Sendai 1 Sendai 2 Sendai 3 KEK Tsukuba TITWaseda Toyko 3 Tokyo 2 Tokyo 1 NAOISAS Okazaki NIG NIFS Nagoya Kanazawa Kyoto 1 Kyoto 2 Osaka Kobe Hiroshima NII 2 NII 1 Fukuoka Tokyo OXC Osaka OXC Nagoya OXC

18 18 10 Gbps IP backbone PoPs at each Super SINET Sites OC192 POS 14 nodes + 3 hub nodes Integrated with SINET into a single IP network

19 19 10G Backbone Sapporo Sendai 1 Sendai 2 Sendai 3 KEK Tsukuba TITWaseda Tokyo 3 Tokyo 2 Tokyo 1 NAOISAS Okazaki NIG NIFS Nagoya Kanazawa Kyoto 1 Kyoto 2 Osaka Kobe Hiroshima NII 2 NII 1 Fukuoka 10Gbps Backbone OC-192

20 20 Gigabit Ethernet Bridges Gigabit Ethernet connectivity is provided for selected scientific research projects It bridges between laboratories and facilities of the key institutions 1550 nm is used for long range transmission, but converted into 1310 nm at the edges. 2.4 Gbps (0C48) is available to the online VLBI research project

21 21 Selected Scientific Research Projects The following five advanced research fields were selected in the early phase. High Energy Physics and Fusion Science Space Science and Astronomy Genome Science GRID Nano-technology

22 22 Gigabit Ethernet Bridges U Tokyo IMS U Tokyo Osaka OXC Kyoto U ICR Kyoto U Nagoya U Nagoya OXC Osaka U Tohoku U ISAS NII Hitotsubashi NII Chiba Gigabit Ethernet many Gigabit Ethernets 2.4 Gbps Tokyo OXC NIFS KEK NIG NAO

23 23 Other Services MPLS VPN An alternative to GbE bridges IPv6 Native mode on GSR+

24 24 High Energy Physics and Fusion Research - Data GRID - Sendai 1 KEK Tokyo 1 NIFS Nagoya Kyoto 1 Osaka NII 1

25 25 KEKB/BELLE Computer System Data Storage: 630 TB LAN PC Farm P-III x 240 (8,200 SPECint 95) Disk: 14 TB Compute Server (5,000 SPECint95) Internal Servers Data rate : 20 MB/sec Data Volume : 50 TB/year or more SuperSINET / GbE to Universities Started in 1999

26 26 KEKB/BELLE : Current Connection Tokyo KEK Kyoto Osaka Nagoya Sendai NIFS

27 27 Space Science and Astronomy - Data GRID - Sendai1 KEK Tokyo1 NAOISAS Nagoya Kyoto1 NII Fukuoka GbE OC-48

28 28 VERA : On-line VLBI Project

29 29 Bio-Informatics Tokyo 2 NIG Kyoto 2

30 30 Genome (Academic) Theater 3-dimensional visualization of Genome information Data Mining of Genome information Structure of Genome map

31 31 Computational GRID Sapporo Sendai 1 Tokyo 1 Nagoya Kyoto 1 Osaka Fukuoka

32 32 Hokkaido University HITACHI SR8000 HP Exemplar V2500 HITACHI MP5800/160 Sun Ultra Enterprise 4000 Tohoku University NEC SX-4/128H4 NEC TX7/AzusA University of Tokyo HITACHI SR8000 HITACHI SR8000/MPP Nagoya University FUJITSU VPP5000/64 FUJITSU GP7000F model 900/64 FUJITSU GP7000F model 600/12 Osaka University NEC SX-5/128M8 HP Exemplar V2500/N Kyoto University FUJITSU VPP800 FUJITSU GP7000F model 900 /32 FUJITSU GS8000 Kyushu University FUJITSU VPP5000/64 COMPAQ GS320/32 FUJITSU GP7000F model 900/64 7 Inter-university Computer Centers (Jan.2001)

33 33 Nano-technology - Computational GRID - Sendai 2 Tokyo 3 Okazaki

34 34 Super-SINET based collaboration Multi-Disciplinary Computational GRID for nano-material development Nano-device development Collaboration with industries

35 35 IT Based Laboratories (ITBL) on SuperSINET National Institute for Materials Science National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN) Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI) Japan Science and Technology Corporation (JST) National Institute of Informatics NII Application System Development for Material Design System Development for Earthquake Simulation System Development for Integrated Space and Aeronautical Simulation System Development for Cell Simulation Advancement of Bio- Information Processing System Development for Material Design Network Technology Development of Secure VPN for ITBL Development of Core Software for ITBL Network Operation Operation of Super Computers for ITBL Development and Operation of Super-SINET

36 36 Optical Cross-connect (OXC) as a key tool for dynamic operation of Optical Network 3OXCs for operational use; 2OXCs for development Integrated Resource Provisioning and Protection Development of Network DB on IP Platform OC-768 transmission for DataGRID Equalization Design Field Test Development of Optical Network Technology (1)

37 37 Traffic Engineering for Optical Network Integration of Risk Management UNI and NNI Test for GMPLS and GMPLS+ Network Processing in collaboration with management entities Create enhanced network services Operate enhanced scientific services Development of Optical Network Technology (2)

38 38 Conclusion SuperSINET is aimed at promotion of advanced scientific researches SuperSINET is implemented through a joint research project with the awarded telecommunication company (JT) Services are: 10 Gbps IP backbone Gigabit Ethernet bridges OXCs are used to switch fiber and lambda


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