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1 California Networking Going To OPTICAL NETWORKING John Silvester Chair, CENIC and University of Southern California Pacific Rim Networking 2/21/02

2 Current California R&E Networks CALREN-2 – advanced services network, owned and operated by CENIC (Corporation for Educational Network Initiatives in California) CALREN-2 – advanced services network, owned and operated by CENIC (Corporation for Educational Network Initiatives in California) 4CNet – owned and operated by Cal. State University 4CNet – owned and operated by Cal. State University DCP – K-12 network- owned and operated by CENIC; being implemented DCP – K-12 network- owned and operated by CENIC; being implemented Los Nettos – owned and operated by USC and Caltech; last of the NSFnet regionals? Los Nettos – owned and operated by USC and Caltech; last of the NSFnet regionals?

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4 CALREN-DC Digital California IP based network. 2.5 GB IP based network. 2.5 GB Serves-140 H.E institutions; elementary and high schools Serves-140 H.E institutions; elementary and high schools 8.0 million+ student, faculty and staff users 8.0 million+ student, faculty and staff users I2 connectivity and commodity ISP services. I2 connectivity and commodity ISP services.

5 CALREN-HPR High Performance Research IP based network GB Wavelengths and Dark Fiber IP based network GB Wavelengths and Dark Fiber 50+ Research institutions, National Laboratories and San Diego SuperComputng Center in California 50+ Research institutions, National Laboratories and San Diego SuperComputng Center in California California component of Internet2 with 10G and OC-12 connections California component of Internet2 with 10G and OC-12 connections Serves hundreds of researchers Serves hundreds of researchers

6 Pacific LightRail IP based network GB Wavelengths and Dark Fiber IP based network GB Wavelengths and Dark Fiber Partnership of CENIC and Pacific Northwest GigaPop Partnership of CENIC and Pacific Northwest GigaPop Links--San Diego-Los Angeles-Sunnyvale-Sacramento- Portland-Seattle-Denver-Santa Fe-San Diego Links--San Diego-Los Angeles-Sunnyvale-Sacramento- Portland-Seattle-Denver-Santa Fe-San Diego Links to Internet2 with 10G connections in Los Angeles and Seattle and to TransPac in Seattle Links to Internet2 with 10G connections in Los Angeles and Seattle and to TransPac in Seattle Serves very high-end research applications Serves very high-end research applications

7 CALREN-XD Experimental/Development Network IP based network GB Wavelengths and Dark Fiber IP based network GB Wavelengths and Dark Fiber Serves Network Researchers in California Research institutions Serves Network Researchers in California Research institutions Four UC Institutes; USCs ISI; Stanford; and Caltech Four UC Institutes; USCs ISI; Stanford; and Caltech

8 CalREN Backbone Logical Topology Chico San Diego Sacramento Stockton PAIX-Palo Alto Bakersfield Fresno San Luis Obispo Los Angeles Santa Barbara Salinas Anaheim SF Emeryville SDSC Portland Seattle WestEdSanta Ana Sunnyvale UCSC UCSB CPSLO UCM Manteca 26 Nov 2001 Tier 3 2.5G Tier 3 2.5G Backbone dark fiber Metro ring dark fiber (Tiers 2 and 3) Pacific Light Rail 10G Tier 2 10G Tier 2 2.5G Chico Bakersfield Fresno Salinas

9 UCI CalREN-XD UCSD - UCSF/UCB 10G UCSD - UCSF/UCB 10G (CENIC s) 1 Wilshire - UCSB 10G 1 Wilshire - UCSB 10G UCSD - UCI 10G s UCSD - UCI 10G s (CENIC s) UCD-UCB-NASA Ames UCD-UCB-NASA Ames dark fiber Metro dark fiber Metro dark fiber San Diego Sacramento San Jose Bakersfield San Luis Obispo Los Angeles Santa Barbara Santa Ana / Irvine San Francisco Emeryville SDSC UCSB UCSD UCD UCB UCSF NASA UCLA

10 For More Information Visit the CENIC website: Or send to:

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13 Digital California Project An Enabling Infrastructure

14 DCP Network Component Existing Networks 4CNetCalREN-2


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