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Pionier polish optical nren

  • PIONIER – Polish optical NREN

Michał Przybylski, Maciej Stroiński, Artur Binczewski

michalp | stroins | [email protected]

CEF Workshop , Prague, CESNET, 25-26 May 2004


Contents

Contents

  • Why we build fibers ?

  • The way to Optical Internet

  • Benefits of infrastructure ownership

  • The future of PIONIER


Pionier an idea of all optical network facts

PIONIER - an idea of „All Optical Network”, facts:

  • 4Q1999 – proposal of program submited to KBN

  • 2Q2000 – PIONIER testbed (DWDM, TNC 2001)

  • 3Q2000 – project accepted (tender for co-operation, negotiations with Telcos)

  • 4Q2001 – I Phase: ~10 mln Euro

    • Contracts with Telbank and Szeptel (1434 km)

  • 4Q2002 – II Phase: ~18.5 mln Euro

    • Contracts with Telbank, regional Power Grids Companies (1214 km)

    • Contract for equipment: 10GE&DWDM and IP router

  • 2H2003 – installation of 10GE with DWDM rep./amp.

    • 16 MANs connected and 2648 km of fibers installed

    • 20 October 2003 – PIONIER is operational

    • Contracts with partners (Telbank and HAVE) (1426 km): I phase ~ 5 mln Euro

  • 2Q2004 - negotiations with partners ~2300 km (budget ~10 mln Euro)

  • 2005/2006 – 21 MANs connected with 6300 km of fiber


Pionier the economy behind

PIONIER - the economy behind...

Cost relation (connections between 21 MANs, per year):

  • 622Mb/s channels from telco (real cost): 4.8 MEuro

  • 2.5Gb/s channels from telco (estimate): 9.6 MEuro

  • 10Gb/s channels from telco (estimate) : 19.2 MEuro

    PIONIER costs (5200km of fibers, 10GE): 55.0 MEuro

    Annual PIONIER maintenance costs: 2.1 MEuro

    Return of Investment in 3 years!

    (calculations made only for 1 lambda used)


Pionier the economy behind1

PIONIER - the economy behind

Cost reduction via:

  • simplified network architecture IP / ATM / SDH / DWDM  IP / GE / DWDM

  • lower investment, lower depreciation ATM /SDH  GE

  • simplified management


Why the fiber

Why the fiber?

  • Market survey:

  • providers unable to fulfill the requirements of science (low bandwidth, low reach, high prices)

  • inability to provide dark fibers

  • Target: to find suitable solution for research community

  • 2000 - first DWDM over dark fiber testbed in Poland (done as PIONIER experiment), demonstration of pilot, lambda based applications

  • 2001 – second DWDM testbed and MPLS test,

  • Results: decision to build own fiber network, with the DWDM as the future transport technology. PSNC has been selected as the responsible organisation.

  • Mutual benefits drove the deployment: both providers and research community interested in reducing costs. Different ways to acquire the fibers: co-investment, swap, purchase, main investor.


Pionier technology

PIONIER - technology

  • Different fiber types for various applications

    • SMF (Standard Mode Fiber, G.652, general purpose – regional and national; used currently for 10GE transmission)

    • NZDSF (Non-Zero Dispersion Shifted Fiber, G.655, future long range multi-lambda 40Gbit/s transmission for direct HPC connection and ultra-broadband Internet)

  • Guaranteed flexibility

    • average span length 60km for national backbone (allows for different class of equipment to be used – Metro, LH, ULH...)

  • Safe technology

    • most of our installations are undergroud, 830km OPGW+ADSS (high voltage power lines, ground wire) with tight SLA.

  • Problems

    • local loop construction is sometimes difficult (urban area - average 6 months waiting time for permissions)


Pionier fiber network in 2003

PIONIER fiber network in 2003


Building 10ge transmission

Building 10GE transmission

  • 2003 - 10GE transmission

    • the need to reduce operational costs.

    • needs from VLBI and CERN for high bandwidth links

    • an intermediate solution until target 40Gbit/s DWDM system is installed.

  • Equipment

    • no appropriate 10GE switch interface/line amplifier found

    • transport on DWDM from ADVA / INRANGE

    • Black Diamond 10GE switches used as core equipment

    • Juniper T320 for international connectivity and VLAN routing


10ge transmission in 2003

10GE transmission in 2003

10G to GEANT


Quantities

Quantities

DWDM

ADVA shelf-50

10Gbit transponder-42

EDFA-44Regeneration cost – 50%

DCM-56

10GE

BD 6808 switch- 16

10GE switch card 1310nm-37

8x1GE card (GBIC)-16 (63)

L2 over VLAN

Juniper M5-7

Routing

Juniper T320-1


Link setup and optimisation

Link setup and optimisation

Cost approximately 140KEuro

Cost approximately 90KEuro, cost savings (equipment only): 35%


Pionier in 2004

GÉANT

PIONIER in 2004

OWN FIBERS

GDAŃSK

10 Gb/s

KOSZALIN

OLSZTYN

SZCZECIN

GÉANT

BIAŁYSTOK

BYDGOSZCZ

TORUŃ

10 Gb/s

POZNAŃ

LEASED CHANNELS

ZIELONA

GÓRA

WARSZAWA

622 Mb/s

ŁÓDŹ

155 Mb/s

WROCŁAW

RADOM

CZĘSTOCHOWA

PUŁAWY

OPOLE

KIELCE

LUBLIN

Metropolitan

Area

Networks

KATOWICE

RZESZÓW

KRAKÓW

BIELSKO-BIAŁA


New network services

(New) network services

ATM transport in 10GE network

  • continuation of former ATM network (still many customers connected with ATM)

  • concatenation of Juniper CCC with 10GE 802.1p VLANs

  • service in the production network

  • approx. 20 connections between 5 MANs


Benefits of new infrastructure

Benefits of new infrastructure

  • International connectivity - GEANT 10 Gb/s, TELIA 2 Gb/s, GTS/SPRINT 2 Gb/s,

  • High Performance Computing Centers projects (national):

    • PROGRESS (3 SUN clusters x 1Gb/s)

    • SGI (6 SGI clusters x 1Gb/s)

    • CLUSTERIX (12 PC clusters x 1 Gb/s)

    • National Data Storage system (5 sites x 1Gb/s)

  • EU Projects

    • 6NET (155-622Mb/s)

    • VLBI (1Gb/s dedicated)5FP

    • CERN-ATLAS (>1 Gb/s dedicated per site)

    • MUPPET

    • NOBEL

    • EGEE6FP

    • COREGRID

    • HPC EUROPA and others


Hpc and ist project

PROGRESS (3)

VLBI

ATLAS

HPC and IST project

HPC network (5+3)

OTHERS?


Progress

PROGRESS


Virtual laboratory

VIRTUAL LABORATORY


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VLBI PROJECT: Very Long Baseline Interferometry

PIONIER

GERMANY

PIWNICE K. TORUNIA

UNITED KINGDOM

RESULTS OF OBSERVATION 1Gb/s

DWINGELOO

(HOLAND)

EUROPEAN COORDINATION CENTER

RADIOTELESCOPE ALIGNMENT

GÉANT

ITALY

FINLAND


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ATLAS PROJECT

Kraków

PIONIER

1 Gb/s


The future of pionier

The future of PIONIER

  • How to make future-proof investments?

    • each of new fiber routes will be equipped with 2 pipes – new fibers can be added if needed

    • 1426 km, 2x40mm pipes with 6xG.655+18xG.652 fibers contracted in 2003

    • ~2300 km, 2x40mm pipes with 6xG.655+18xG.652 planned in 2005

  • PIONIER-based regional networks development

    • Interconnection of remote universities – possibility to create new MANs

    • 16 provinces prepare the regional network deployment

  • Interconnection to neighbouring networks

    • e-Region

    • Porta Optica


The future of pionier1

Installed fiber

PIONIER nodes

Fibers+pipes started in 2003

Fibers+pipes planned in 2004/2005

PIONIER nodes planned in 2004/2005

The future of PIONIER


Interconnection of new universities

MANs

Existings Universities

Planed Universities (opening in 2004)

Interconnection of new universities


Regional network for wielkopolska province

Regional Network for Wielkopolska Province

  • Who we want to connect

    • 2289 schools

    • 761 libraries

    • 222 communes

  • Technologies

    • 2 455 km of fibre

    • 10 GE and GE switches

    • WiFi/WiMAX as access

  • Costs

    • total: 25 mln Euro

    • possibility of refund – 75% from EC structural funds


Regional network for lubuskie province

Regional Network for Lubuskie Province

  • Who we want to connect

    • 888 schools

    • 274 libraries

    • 78 communes

  • Technologies

    • 878 km of fibre

    • GE switches

    • WiFi/WiMAX as access

  • Costs

    • total: 11 mln Euro

    • possibility of refund – 75% from EC structural funds


Pionier e region

PIONIER – e-Region

  • Three e-Regions already defined:

    • Cottbus – Zielona Gora (D-PL)

    • Ostrava – Bielsko Biala (CZ-PL)

    • Zilina – Bielsko Biala (SK-PL)

  • e-Region objectives:

  • Creation of a rational base and possibility of integrated work between institutions across the border, as defined by e-Europe. (...) education, medicine, natural disasters, information bases, protection of environment.

  • Enchancing the abilities of co-operation by developing new generation of services and applications.

  • Promoting the region in the Europe (as a micro scale of e-Europe concept)


Pionier porta optica

PIONIER – „Porta Optica”

  • „PORTA OPTICA” - a distributed optical gateway to eastern neigbours of Poland (project proposal)

  • A chance for close cooperation in scientific projects, by the means of providing multichannel/multilambda Internet connections to the neighbouring countries.

  • An easy way to extend GÈANT/GN2 to Eastern European countries


Pionier cooperation with neighbours

e-Region

e-Region

e-Region

PIONIER – cooperation with neighbours

RUSSIA

LITHUANIA

PORTA

OPTICA

BELARUS

GERMANY

UKRAINE

CZECH REP.

SLOVAKIA


Questions

Questions?


Thank you artur binczewski artur@man poznan pl

Thank you!Artur Binczewski [email protected]


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