Presentation on theme: "Taiwan R&E Networks International Link Updates (2004/07)"— Presentation transcript:
1 Taiwan R&E Networks International Link Updates (2004/07) Yu-lin APAN-TW NOCAcademia Sinica Computing Centre
2 Working Area (by TW-NSC) TANet (operated by MOECC)Internet-1 (commercial) connection to U.S.- West Coast (Palo Alto PAIX)The term of “User Communities”TANet2/TWAREN (operated by NCHC)U.S.-West (Seattle PNW GigaPoP) and StarLight, link to Abilene (the Internet-2)ASNet (operated by ASCC, i.e. APAN-TW NOC)Connections to other areasCurrently has Asia-Pacific and European connectionsTokyoXP (APAN, Tokyo Japan)Hong KongSingapore (SingAREN)StarLight (Chicago IL U.S.A.)AMSIX (Amsterdam The Netherlands)
3 TW R&E Network International Connections US-WestUS-EastJapan622M + 1G6.2G (now)* 2.5 to Seattle* 3.7 to PAIX622M2.5Gbps2.5G622MHong KongHARNetNL-AmsterdamAMSIX155MSingaporeSingAREN
4 Services from ASNet / APAN-TW Dark fiber and High Speed (GE, 10GE, STM16, STM64) IPv4/IPv6 links for RENs in the capital city of Taiwan (the TaipeiGigaPoP Metropolitan Network System)IPv6 transition help and consultancy for RENs and ISPsH.323 conference hostingInternational transit and linksManaged international layer-2 circuits (the “EzLink” service for APAN members)
5 More contributions to Asia Pacific Would like to be part of APAN infrastructureAsian-Pacific LinksThe TW-JP, TW-HK, and TW-SG linksIntegrate these links to APAN as part of infrastructure to provide transit and backups, as well as the L2 circuitsAsian-Pacific PoPsAPAN-TW established the TW/HK/SG PoPsProvide these PoPs to be connection points for APAN membersEuropean LinkThe TW-NL link provides transit, backups, and L2 circuitsIntegrate the link to APAN as part of infrastructure
6 APAN 2004 with Taiwan (modified from Prof Chon’s picture) 100 Gbps2.4GbpsEuropeUSA10GbpsRussia35GbpsKorea1~2.5 Gbps(?)2Gbps10Gbps6.2GbpsJapanChinaTaiwan622Mbps2.5Gbps2.5~5Gbps1~2.5 Gbps(?)155MbpsHong KongSingapore622Mbps
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