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Update Jacqueline Brown University of Washington APAN Meeting Busan, Korea 29 August 2003. Pacific Wave International Peering. Peering exchange point designed for the advancement of research and education throughout the Pacific Rim and globally. Pacific Wave International Peering.

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Update

Jacqueline Brown

University of Washington

APAN Meeting

Busan, Korea 29 August 2003

pacific wave international peering
Pacific Wave International Peering

Peering exchange point designed for the advancement of research and education throughout the Pacific Rim and globally.

pacific wave international peering1
Pacific Wave International Peering

Participants at the Pacific Wave can…

  • Peer directlywith major R&E networks worldwide;
  • Transfer IP traffic inclusive of multicast, IPv4, IPv6;
  • Access the NOC 24 x 7 x 365.

Pacific Wave is a recommended exchange point for peering with the Abilene/Internet2 network.

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Abilene Backbone – August 2003

Located inSEATTLE, WASHINGTON

The Pacific Northwest Gigapop is the Internet2 Point of Presence in the U.S. Pacific Northwest for the Abilene Network.

Courtesy Internet2

pacific wave architecture
Pacific Wave Architecture

Jetcore

Big Iron 8000

Foundry

Switch

PNWGP

Juniper

Router

. . .

10GbE

Ironcore

Big Iron 4000

Foundry

Switch

PNWGP

Juniper

Router

. . .

Redundant Gigabit Ethernet Switches

pacific wave features
Pacific Wave Features
  • Pacific Wave is an ATM-free zone.
  • Redundant Gigabit Ethernet switch

architecture provides two subnets.

  • 256 Gbps and 128 Gbps throughput

on the 8000 and 4000 respectively.

  • Multicast enabled with PIM-SM snooping.
  • June 2003 Pacific Wave throughput, 95th percentile:12 Gpbs
user flexibility is key to pacific wave
User Flexibility Is Key to Pacific Wave
  • Self-selected peerings

—you peer with whom you want.

  • Self-configured peerings

—you control your BGP peering

routes.

  • No AUP
  • Any IP traffic accepted (IPv4, IPv6, multicast)
  • Support available 24 x 7 x 365
  • Connect with dual FE, dual GbE, or 10GbE
r e networks
R&E Networks

Pacific Wave Research & Education Networks:

August 2003

GEMnet

pnwgp services offered
PNWGP ServicesOffered
  • Pacific Wave International Peering Exchange Service
  • Commodity Internet Transit*

*Service available for Pacific Wave Participants.

  • IntraGigapop Transit
  • Internet2/Abilene Transit
  • Internet2/Abilene plus Commodity Transit
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PNWGP Partnerships, Memberships, & Affiliations

  • Asia Pacific Advanced Networks (APAN)
  • IEEAF/GEO/Tyco Telecommunications
  • Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC)
  • The Quilt
  • Seattle Internet Exchange (SIX)
  • PAIX Seattle Peering Interconnects
  • Northwest Access Exchange (NWAX)
  • ResearchChannel
  • KEXP Radio
  • DigitalWell
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Donation to IEEAF

Portland

OC-12;

10 Gig

Tokyo

Direct distance: 7810km = 4853mi

hdtv demo busan to portland
HDTV Demo: Busan to Portland

270Mbps High-Definition streaming video between Portland, Oregon USA and Busan, Korea APAN meeting ~8000km/~5000mi

Portland

Fukuoka

Tokyo

Busan

hdtv over ip demonstration 270mbps high definition streaming video from portland
HDTV over IP Demonstration270Mbps High-Definition streaming video from Portland

Demonstrate the performance of IP network to support extremely high rate multimedia data.

IEEAF10Gbps OC-12

WIDE

KOREN 1Gbps

JGN622Mbps

APII1Gbps

Busan, SOUTH KOREA

JAPAN

Portland, Oregon USA

Special Thanks to:

QGPOP

TokyoXP

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National Lambda Rail

  • National Lambda Rail (NLR) is an initiative that will offer fiber services in support of advanced research and educational activities. NLR is spearheaded through a cooperative partnership between the
    • Corporation for Network Initiatives in California (CENIC);
    • Pacific Northwest Gigapop & University of Washington;
    • U.S. Supercomputing Centers; and
    • Other major U.S. research and education based networking organizations.
futures
Futures
  • NLR will offer new opportunities:
    • Infrastructure for creation of new Pacific Wave nodes
    • Backhaul alternatives
  • IEEAF/GEO/Tyco Telecommunications 10-Gbps  from Japan to Seattle
  • Quilt Peering Project: expansion of peering partnerships
  • Continued support of advanced applications (e.g., streaming media, LSR, HDTV applications)
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For More Information

Email: [email protected]

Web: http://www.pacificwave.net and http://www.pnw-gigapop.net

Phone: +1 206 934 5588

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