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Chiaro’s Enstara™ Summary. Scalable Capacity 6 Tb/S Initial Capacity GigE  OC-192 Interfaces “Soft” Forwarding Plane With Network Processors For Maximum Flexibility Full protocol suite Unicast: BGP, OSPF, IS-IS Multicast: PIM, MBGP, MSDP MPLS: RSVP-TE, LDP, FRR

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Chiaro s enstara summary

Chiaro’s Enstara™ Summary

  • Scalable Capacity

    • 6 Tb/S Initial Capacity

    • GigE  OC-192 Interfaces

    • “Soft” Forwarding Plane With Network Processors For Maximum Flexibility

  • Full protocol suite

    • Unicast: BGP, OSPF, IS-IS

    • Multicast: PIM, MBGP, MSDP

    • MPLS: RSVP-TE, LDP, FRR

  • Stateful Assured Routing (STAR™)

    • Provides Service Continuity During Maintenance and Fault Management Actions

    • Stateful Protocol Protection Extended to BGP, ISIS, OSPF, Multicast, and MPLS

  • Partitions

    • Abstraction Permitting Multiple Logical Classes Of Routers To Be Managed As If Separate Physical Routers

    • Each Partition Has Its Own CLI, SNMP, Security, and Routing Protocols Instances


We chose optiputer for fast switching and scalability

We Chose OptIPuter for Fast Switching and Scalability

Chiaro

Optical

Phased

Array

MEMS

Bubble

Electrical

Fabrics

Large

Port

Count

Electrical

Fabrics

Small

Port

Count

Lithium Niobate

l

Switching

Speeds

(ms)

Packet

Switching

Speeds

(ns)


Optical phased array multiple parallel optical waveguides

Optical Phased Array –Multiple Parallel Optical Waveguides

Input

Optical Fiber

Output

Fibers

GaAs

Waveguides

WG #1

WG #128

Air Gap


Chiaro has a scalable fully fault tolerant architecture

Chiaro Has a Scalable, Fully Fault Tolerant Architecture

Significant Technical Innovation

OPA Fabric Enables Large Port Count

Global Arbitration Provides Guaranteed Performance

Fault-Tolerant Control System Provides Non-stop Performance

Smart Line Cards

ASICs With Programmable Network Processors

Software Downloads For Features And Standards Evolution

Network

Proc.

Line

Card

Network

Proc.

Line

Card

Chiaro

OPA

Fabric

Network

Proc.

Line

Card

Network

Proc.

Line

Card

Global

Arbitration

Optical

Electrical


Optiputer lambdagrid enabled by chiaro networking router

OptIPuter LambdaGridEnabled by Chiaro Networking Router

Medical Imaging and Microscopy

Chemistry, Engineering, Arts

Chiaro

Enstara

San Diego Supercomputer Center

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

switch

switch

switch

switch

www.calit2.net/news/2002/11-18-chiaro.html

  • Cluster – Disk

  • Disk – Disk

  • Viz – Disk

  • DB – Cluster

  • Cluster – Cluster

Image Source: Phil Papadopoulos, SDSC


The ucsd optiputer deployment

The OptIPuter Experimental UCSD Campus Optical Network

The UCSD OptIPuter Deployment

½ Mile

To CENIC

Phase I, Fall-Winter 2002

Phase II, 2003

Collocation point

Production Router (Planned)

SDSC

SDSC

SDSCAnnex

SDSCAnnex

Preuss

High School

JSOE

Engineering

UCSD New Cost Sharing

Roughly $250k of

Dedicated Fiber

CRCA

Arts

Medicine

SOM

6thCollege

UndergradCollege

Chemistry

Phys. Sci -Keck

Roughly,

$0.20 / Strand-Foot

Node M

Collocation

Chiaro Router

(Installed Nov 18, 2002)

SIO

Earth Sciences

Source: Phil Papadopoulos, SDSC; Greg Hidley, Cal-(IT)2


Ucsd chiaro estara

UCSD Chiaro Estara

  • Full Layer-3 Router Operating at 10ns

    • Chiaro Estara Router Chassis

      • Installed November 18, 2002

    • 24 1 GigE Network Interfaces

      • Spring 2003

  • Expandable to:

    • 320 x 10 GigE Network Interfaces = 6.4 Terabit/s

      • All Capable Or Concurrent Routing At Full Line Speed

  • Webcam

    • http://132.239.26.190/view/view.shtml


The center of the network

The Center of the Network


Status as of about 15 minutes ago

Status as of about 15 minutes ago

  • The hardest thing in networking – getting fiber in the ground and terminated

    • 4 pair single mode fiber per site

    • Fiber terminated Monday (3 days ago) – fiber “polishing” still ongoing 

    • First light/first packet yesterday (wed) at about 6pm

    • Ran linpack at about 6:05pm

  • Currently two sites are connected

    • Linux Cluster at each site as a baseline. Sizes/capability/architecture vary as needed (and $$) change.

    • 4 x 1 gigE @ CSC

    • 4 x 1 gigE @ SDSC

  • Chiaro

    • Serial #1 production router. “Tiny size”:

      • One redundant pair of optical cores – 640 gigabits. Can grow to 6+ Terabits

      • We have alpha/beta gigE blades from Chiaro

        • OptIPuter getting these 3 – 4 months ahead of schedule

    • Chose multiple gigE striped physically because

      • Cost at the site end

      • Start parallel

    • From the endpoint view – Chiaro works just like a standard router.


Netperf numbers data at first light

Netperf Numbers (data at first light)

  • 2 streams  more than 1 gigabit (aggregate)


Linpack numbers

Linpack Numbers

  • 4 processor Linpack

    • Run through local copper gigE switch

    • Run through Chiaro Router


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